Fix: Throw a FieldError exception when get_value() fails
authorJérémie Galarneau <jeremie.galarneau@efficios.com>
Fri, 13 Sep 2013 21:32:58 +0000 (17:32 -0400)
committerJérémie Galarneau <jeremie.galarneau@efficios.com>
Tue, 12 Nov 2013 17:18:32 +0000 (12:18 -0500)
Throw an exception whenever bt_ctf_field_get_error() reports an error.

Signed-off-by: Jérémie Galarneau <jeremie.galarneau@efficios.com>
bindings/python/babeltrace.i.in

index 4b3439f2a726a3df835746214f80a0d84011fd4c..f3a00f588fde0d4ca267d6c155ef54792770045d 100644 (file)
@@ -632,6 +632,15 @@ class ctf:
                SEQUENCE = 9
                NR_CTF_TYPES = 10
 
+               def get_type_id_name(id):
+                       name = "UNKNOWN"
+                       constants = [attr for attr in dir(ctf.type_id) if not callable(getattr(ctf.type_id, attr)) and not attr.startswith("__")]
+                       for attr in constants:
+                               if getattr(ctf.type_id, attr) == id:
+                                       name = attr
+                                       break
+                       return name
+
        class scope:
                TRACE_PACKET_HEADER = 0
                STREAM_PACKET_CONTEXT = 1
@@ -884,6 +893,12 @@ class ctf:
                        else:
                                return ctx
 
+       class FieldError(Exception):
+               def __init__(self, value):
+                       self.value = value
+
+               def __str__(self):
+                       return repr(self.value)
 
        class Definition(object):
                """Definition class.  Do not instantiate."""
@@ -1027,29 +1042,30 @@ class ctf:
                        Return None on error.
                        """
                        id = self.field_type()
+                       value = None
                        if id == ctf.type_id.STRING:
-                               return self.get_str()
-                       if id == ctf.type_id.ARRAY:
-                               array = []
+                               value = self.get_str()
+                       elif id == ctf.type_id.ARRAY:
+                               value = []
                                for i in range(self.get_array_len()):
                                        element = self.get_array_element_at(i)
-                                       array.append(element.get_value())
-                               return array
-                       if id == ctf.type_id.INTEGER:
+                                       value.append(element.get_value())
+                       elif id == ctf.type_id.INTEGER:
                                if self.get_int_signedness() == 0:
-                                       return self.get_uint64()
+                                       value = self.get_uint64()
                                else:
-                                       return self.get_int64()
-                       if id == ctf.type_id.ENUM:
-                               return self.get_enum_str()
-                       if id == ctf.type_id.SEQUENCE:
+                                       value = self.get_int64()
+                       elif id == ctf.type_id.ENUM:
+                               value = self.get_enum_str()
+                       elif id == ctf.type_id.SEQUENCE:
                                seq_len = self.get_sequence_len()
-                               values = []
+                               value = []
                                for i in range(seq_len):
                                        evDef = self.get_sequence_element_at(i)
-                                       values.append(evDef.get_value())
-                               return values
-                       return None
+                                       value.append(evDef.get_value())
+                       if ctf.field_error():
+                               raise ctf.FieldError("Error occured while accessing field {} of type {}".format(self.field_name(), ctf.type_id.get_type_id_name(self.field_type())))
+                       return value
 
                def get_scope(self):
                        """Return the scope of a field or None on error."""
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