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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Task implementation: request context and the task base class."""
from __future__ import absolute_import, unicode_literals

import sys

from billiard.einfo import ExceptionInfo
from kombu.exceptions import OperationalError
from kombu.utils.uuid import uuid

from celery import current_app, group, states
from celery._state import _task_stack
from celery.canvas import signature
from celery.exceptions import (Ignore, ImproperlyConfigured,
                               MaxRetriesExceededError, Reject, Retry)
from celery.five import items, python_2_unicode_compatible
from celery.local import class_property
from celery.result import EagerResult, denied_join_result
from celery.utils import abstract
from celery.utils.functional import mattrgetter, maybe_list
from celery.utils.imports import instantiate
from celery.utils.nodenames import gethostname
from celery.utils.serialization import raise_with_context

from .annotations import resolve_all as resolve_all_annotations
from .registry import _unpickle_task_v2
from .utils import appstr

__all__ = ('Context', 'Task')

#: extracts attributes related to publishing a message from an object.
extract_exec_options = mattrgetter(
    'queue', 'routing_key', 'exchange', 'priority', 'expires',
    'serializer', 'delivery_mode', 'compression', 'time_limit',
    'soft_time_limit', 'immediate', 'mandatory',  # imm+man is deprecated

# We take __repr__ very seriously around here ;)
R_BOUND_TASK = '<class {0.__name__} of {app}{flags}>'
R_UNBOUND_TASK = '<unbound {0.__name__}{flags}>'
R_INSTANCE = '<@task: {} of {app}{flags}>'

#: Here for backwards compatibility as tasks no longer use a custom meta-class.
TaskType = type

def _strflags(flags, default=''):
    if flags:
        return ' ({0})'.format(', '.join(flags))
    return default

def _reprtask(task, fmt=None, flags=None):
    flags = list(flags) if flags is not None else []
    flags.append('v2 compatible') if task.__v2_compat__ else None
    if not fmt:
        fmt = R_BOUND_TASK if task._app else R_UNBOUND_TASK
    return fmt.format(
        task, flags=_strflags(flags),
        app=appstr(task._app) if task._app else None,

[docs]@python_2_unicode_compatible class Context(object): """Task request variables (Task.request).""" logfile = None loglevel = None hostname = None id = None args = None kwargs = None retries = 0 eta = None expires = None is_eager = False headers = None delivery_info = None reply_to = None root_id = None parent_id = None correlation_id = None taskset = None # compat alias to group group = None chord = None chain = None utc = None called_directly = True callbacks = None errbacks = None timelimit = None origin = None _children = None # see property _protected = 0 def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): self.update(*args, **kwargs) def update(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.__dict__.update(*args, **kwargs) def clear(self): return self.__dict__.clear() def get(self, key, default=None): return getattr(self, key, default) def __repr__(self): return '<Context: {0!r}>'.format(vars(self)) def as_execution_options(self): limit_hard, limit_soft = self.timelimit or (None, None) return { 'task_id':, 'root_id': self.root_id, 'parent_id': self.parent_id, 'group_id':, 'chord': self.chord, 'chain': self.chain, 'link': self.callbacks, 'link_error': self.errbacks, 'expires': self.expires, 'soft_time_limit': limit_soft, 'time_limit': limit_hard, 'headers': self.headers, 'retries': self.retries, 'reply_to': self.reply_to, 'origin': self.origin, } @property def children(self): # children must be an empty list for every thread if self._children is None: self._children = []
return self._children
[docs]@abstract.CallableTask.register @python_2_unicode_compatible class Task(object): """Task base class. Note: When called tasks apply the :meth:`run` method. This method must be defined by all tasks (that is unless the :meth:`__call__` method is overridden). """ __trace__ = None __v2_compat__ = False # set by old base in celery.task.base MaxRetriesExceededError = MaxRetriesExceededError OperationalError = OperationalError #: Execution strategy used, or the qualified name of one. Strategy = 'celery.worker.strategy:default' #: Request class used, or the qualified name of one. Request = 'celery.worker.request:Request' #: The application instance associated with this task class. _app = None #: Name of the task. name = None #: Enable argument checking. #: You can set this to false if you don't want the signature to be #: checked when calling the task. #: Defaults to :attr:`app.strict_typing <@Celery.strict_typing>`. typing = None #: Maximum number of retries before giving up. If set to :const:`None`, #: it will **never** stop retrying. max_retries = 3 #: Default time in seconds before a retry of the task should be #: executed. 3 minutes by default. default_retry_delay = 3 * 60 #: Rate limit for this task type. Examples: :const:`None` (no rate #: limit), `'100/s'` (hundred tasks a second), `'100/m'` (hundred tasks #: a minute),`'100/h'` (hundred tasks an hour) rate_limit = None #: If enabled the worker won't store task state and return values #: for this task. Defaults to the :setting:`task_ignore_result` #: setting. ignore_result = None #: If enabled the request will keep track of subtasks started by #: this task, and this information will be sent with the result #: (``result.children``). trail = True #: If enabled the worker will send monitoring events related to #: this task (but only if the worker is configured to send #: task related events). #: Note that this has no effect on the task-failure event case #: where a task is not registered (as it will have no task class #: to check this flag). send_events = True #: When enabled errors will be stored even if the task is otherwise #: configured to ignore results. store_errors_even_if_ignored = None #: The name of a serializer that are registered with #: :mod:`kombu.serialization.registry`. Default is `'pickle'`. serializer = None #: Hard time limit. #: Defaults to the :setting:`task_time_limit` setting. time_limit = None #: Soft time limit. #: Defaults to the :setting:`task_soft_time_limit` setting. soft_time_limit = None #: The result store backend used for this task. backend = None #: If disabled this task won't be registered automatically. autoregister = True #: If enabled the task will report its status as 'started' when the task #: is executed by a worker. Disabled by default as the normal behavior #: is to not report that level of granularity. Tasks are either pending, #: finished, or waiting to be retried. #: #: Having a 'started' status can be useful for when there are long #: running tasks and there's a need to report what task is currently #: running. #: #: The application default can be overridden using the #: :setting:`task_track_started` setting. track_started = None #: When enabled messages for this task will be acknowledged **after** #: the task has been executed, and not *just before* (the #: default behavior). #: #: Please note that this means the task may be executed twice if the #: worker crashes mid execution. #: #: The application default can be overridden with the #: :setting:`task_acks_late` setting. acks_late = None #: Even if :attr:`acks_late` is enabled, the worker will #: acknowledge tasks when the worker process executing them abruptly #: exits or is signaled (e.g., :sig:`KILL`/:sig:`INT`, etc). #: #: Setting this to true allows the message to be re-queued instead, #: so that the task will execute again by the same worker, or another #: worker. #: #: Warning: Enabling this can cause message loops; make sure you know #: what you're doing. reject_on_worker_lost = None #: Tuple of expected exceptions. #: #: These are errors that are expected in normal operation #: and that shouldn't be regarded as a real error by the worker. #: Currently this means that the state will be updated to an error #: state, but the worker won't log the event as an error. throws = () #: Default task expiry time. expires = None #: Max length of result representation used in logs and events. resultrepr_maxsize = 1024 #: Task request stack, the current request will be the topmost. request_stack = None #: Some may expect a request to exist even if the task hasn't been #: called. This should probably be deprecated. _default_request = None #: Deprecated attribute ``abstract`` here for compatibility. abstract = True _exec_options = None __bound__ = False from_config = ( ('serializer', 'task_serializer'), ('rate_limit', 'task_default_rate_limit'), ('track_started', 'task_track_started'), ('acks_late', 'task_acks_late'), ('reject_on_worker_lost', 'task_reject_on_worker_lost'), ('ignore_result', 'task_ignore_result'), ('store_errors_even_if_ignored', 'task_store_errors_even_if_ignored'), ) _backend = None # set by backend property. # - Tasks are lazily bound, so that configuration is not set # - until the task is actually used @classmethod def bind(cls, app): was_bound, cls.__bound__ = cls.__bound__, True cls._app = app conf = app.conf cls._exec_options = None # clear option cache if cls.typing is None: cls.typing = app.strict_typing for attr_name, config_name in cls.from_config: if getattr(cls, attr_name, None) is None: setattr(cls, attr_name, conf[config_name]) # decorate with annotations from config. if not was_bound: cls.annotate() from celery.utils.threads import LocalStack cls.request_stack = LocalStack() # PeriodicTask uses this to add itself to the PeriodicTask schedule. cls.on_bound(app) return app
[docs] @classmethod def on_bound(cls, app): """Called when the task is bound to an app. Note: This class method can be defined to do additional actions when the task class is bound to an app.
""" @classmethod def _get_app(cls): if cls._app is None: cls._app = current_app if not cls.__bound__: # The app property's __set__ method is not called # if is set (on the class), so must bind on use. cls.bind(cls._app) return cls._app app = class_property(_get_app, bind) @classmethod def annotate(cls): for d in resolve_all_annotations(, cls): for key, value in items(d): if key.startswith('@'): cls.add_around(key[1:], value) else: setattr(cls, key, value) @classmethod def add_around(cls, attr, around): orig = getattr(cls, attr) if getattr(orig, '__wrapped__', None): orig = orig.__wrapped__ meth = around(orig) meth.__wrapped__ = orig setattr(cls, attr, meth) def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): _task_stack.push(self) self.push_request(args=args, kwargs=kwargs) try: return*args, **kwargs) finally: self.pop_request() _task_stack.pop() def __reduce__(self): # - tasks are pickled into the name of the task only, and the receiver # - simply grabs it from the local registry. # - in later versions the module of the task is also included, # - and the receiving side tries to import that module so that # - it will work even if the task hasn't been registered. mod = type(self).__module__ mod = mod if mod and mod in sys.modules else None return (_unpickle_task_v2, (, mod), None)
[docs] def run(self, *args, **kwargs): """The body of the task executed by workers."""
raise NotImplementedError('Tasks must define the run method.') def start_strategy(self, app, consumer, **kwargs): return instantiate(self.Strategy, self, app, consumer, **kwargs)
[docs] def delay(self, *args, **kwargs): """Star argument version of :meth:`apply_async`. Does not support the extra options enabled by :meth:`apply_async`. Arguments: *args (Any): Positional arguments passed on to the task. **kwargs (Any): Keyword arguments passed on to the task. Returns: celery.result.AsyncResult: Future promise. """
return self.apply_async(args, kwargs)
[docs] def apply_async(self, args=None, kwargs=None, task_id=None, producer=None, link=None, link_error=None, shadow=None, **options): """Apply tasks asynchronously by sending a message. Arguments: args (Tuple): The positional arguments to pass on to the task. kwargs (Dict): The keyword arguments to pass on to the task. countdown (float): Number of seconds into the future that the task should execute. Defaults to immediate execution. eta (~datetime.datetime): Absolute time and date of when the task should be executed. May not be specified if `countdown` is also supplied. expires (float, ~datetime.datetime): Datetime or seconds in the future for the task should expire. The task won't be executed after the expiration time. shadow (str): Override task name used in logs/monitoring. Default is retrieved from :meth:`shadow_name`. connection (kombu.Connection): Re-use existing broker connection instead of acquiring one from the connection pool. retry (bool): If enabled sending of the task message will be retried in the event of connection loss or failure. Default is taken from the :setting:`task_publish_retry` setting. Note that you need to handle the producer/connection manually for this to work. retry_policy (Mapping): Override the retry policy used. See the :setting:`task_publish_retry_policy` setting. queue (str, kombu.Queue): The queue to route the task to. This must be a key present in :setting:`task_queues`, or :setting:`task_create_missing_queues` must be enabled. See :ref:`guide-routing` for more information. exchange (str, kombu.Exchange): Named custom exchange to send the task to. Usually not used in combination with the ``queue`` argument. routing_key (str): Custom routing key used to route the task to a worker server. If in combination with a ``queue`` argument only used to specify custom routing keys to topic exchanges. priority (int): The task priority, a number between 0 and 9. Defaults to the :attr:`priority` attribute. serializer (str): Serialization method to use. Can be `pickle`, `json`, `yaml`, `msgpack` or any custom serialization method that's been registered with :mod:`kombu.serialization.registry`. Defaults to the :attr:`serializer` attribute. compression (str): Optional compression method to use. Can be one of ``zlib``, ``bzip2``, or any custom compression methods registered with :func:`kombu.compression.register`. Defaults to the :setting:`task_compression` setting. link (Signature): A single, or a list of tasks signatures to apply if the task returns successfully. link_error (Signature): A single, or a list of task signatures to apply if an error occurs while executing the task. producer (kombu.Producer): custom producer to use when publishing the task. add_to_parent (bool): If set to True (default) and the task is applied while executing another task, then the result will be appended to the parent tasks ``request.children`` attribute. Trailing can also be disabled by default using the :attr:`trail` attribute publisher (kombu.Producer): Deprecated alias to ``producer``. headers (Dict): Message headers to be included in the message. Returns: celery.result.AsyncResult: Promise of future evaluation. Raises: TypeError: If not enough arguments are passed, or too many arguments are passed. Note that signature checks may be disabled by specifying ``@task(typing=False)``. kombu.exceptions.OperationalError: If a connection to the transport cannot be made, or if the connection is lost. Note: Also supports all keyword arguments supported by :meth:`kombu.Producer.publish`. """ if self.typing: try: check_arguments = self.__header__ except AttributeError: # pragma: no cover pass else: check_arguments(*(args or ()), **(kwargs or {})) app = self._get_app() if app.conf.task_always_eager: with denied_join_result(): return self.apply(args, kwargs, task_id=task_id or uuid(), link=link, link_error=link_error, **options) if self.__v2_compat__: shadow = shadow or self.shadow_name(self(), args, kwargs, options) else: shadow = shadow or self.shadow_name(args, kwargs, options) preopts = self._get_exec_options() options = dict(preopts, **options) if options else preopts options.setdefault('ignore_result', self.ignore_result) return app.send_task(, args, kwargs, task_id=task_id, producer=producer, link=link, link_error=link_error, result_cls=self.AsyncResult, shadow=shadow, task_type=self, **options
[docs] def shadow_name(self, args, kwargs, options): """Override for custom task name in worker logs/monitoring. Example: .. code-block:: python from celery.utils.imports import qualname def shadow_name(task, args, kwargs, options): return qualname(args[0]) @app.task(shadow_name=shadow_name, serializer='pickle') def apply_function_async(fun, *args, **kwargs): return fun(*args, **kwargs) Arguments: args (Tuple): Task positional arguments. kwargs (Dict): Task keyword arguments. options (Dict): Task execution options.
""" def signature_from_request(self, request=None, args=None, kwargs=None, queue=None, **extra_options): request = self.request if request is None else request args = request.args if args is None else args kwargs = request.kwargs if kwargs is None else kwargs options = request.as_execution_options() if queue: options['queue'] = queue else: delivery_info = request.delivery_info or {} exchange = delivery_info.get('exchange') routing_key = delivery_info.get('routing_key') if exchange == '' and routing_key: # sent to anon-exchange options['queue'] = routing_key else: options.update(delivery_info) return self.signature( args, kwargs, options, type=self, **extra_options ) subtask_from_request = signature_from_request # XXX compat
[docs] def retry(self, args=None, kwargs=None, exc=None, throw=True, eta=None, countdown=None, max_retries=None, **options): """Retry the task. Example: >>> from imaginary_twitter_lib import Twitter >>> from proj.celery import app >>> @app.task(bind=True) ... def tweet(self, auth, message): ... twitter = Twitter(oauth=auth) ... try: ... twitter.post_status_update(message) ... except twitter.FailWhale as exc: ... # Retry in 5 minutes. ... raise self.retry(countdown=60 * 5, exc=exc) Note: Although the task will never return above as `retry` raises an exception to notify the worker, we use `raise` in front of the retry to convey that the rest of the block won't be executed. Arguments: args (Tuple): Positional arguments to retry with. kwargs (Dict): Keyword arguments to retry with. exc (Exception): Custom exception to report when the max retry limit has been exceeded (default: :exc:`~@MaxRetriesExceededError`). If this argument is set and retry is called while an exception was raised (``sys.exc_info()`` is set) it will attempt to re-raise the current exception. If no exception was raised it will raise the ``exc`` argument provided. countdown (float): Time in seconds to delay the retry for. eta (~datetime.datetime): Explicit time and date to run the retry at. max_retries (int): If set, overrides the default retry limit for this execution. Changes to this parameter don't propagate to subsequent task retry attempts. A value of :const:`None`, means "use the default", so if you want infinite retries you'd have to set the :attr:`max_retries` attribute of the task to :const:`None` first. time_limit (int): If set, overrides the default time limit. soft_time_limit (int): If set, overrides the default soft time limit. throw (bool): If this is :const:`False`, don't raise the :exc:`~@Retry` exception, that tells the worker to mark the task as being retried. Note that this means the task will be marked as failed if the task raises an exception, or successful if it returns after the retry call. **options (Any): Extra options to pass on to :meth:`apply_async`. Raises: celery.exceptions.Retry: To tell the worker that the task has been re-sent for retry. This always happens, unless the `throw` keyword argument has been explicitly set to :const:`False`, and is considered normal operation. """ request = self.request retries = request.retries + 1 max_retries = self.max_retries if max_retries is None else max_retries # Not in worker or emulated by (apply/always_eager), # so just raise the original exception. if request.called_directly: # raises orig stack if PyErr_Occurred, # and augments with exc' if that argument is defined. raise_with_context(exc or Retry('Task can be retried', None)) if not eta and countdown is None: countdown = self.default_retry_delay is_eager = request.is_eager S = self.signature_from_request( request, args, kwargs, countdown=countdown, eta=eta, retries=retries, **options ) if max_retries is not None and retries > max_retries: if exc: # On Py3: will augment any current exception with # the exc' argument provided (raise exc from orig) raise_with_context(exc) raise self.MaxRetriesExceededError( "Can't retry {0}[{1}] args:{2} kwargs:{3}".format(,, S.args, S.kwargs)) ret = Retry(exc=exc, when=eta or countdown) if is_eager: # if task was executed eagerly using apply(), # then the retry must also be executed eagerly. S.apply().get() if throw: raise ret return ret try: S.apply_async() except Exception as exc: raise Reject(exc, requeue=False) if throw: raise ret
return ret
[docs] def apply(self, args=None, kwargs=None, link=None, link_error=None, task_id=None, retries=None, throw=None, logfile=None, loglevel=None, headers=None, **options): """Execute this task locally, by blocking until the task returns. Arguments: args (Tuple): positional arguments passed on to the task. kwargs (Dict): keyword arguments passed on to the task. throw (bool): Re-raise task exceptions. Defaults to the :setting:`task_eager_propagates` setting. Returns: celery.result.EagerResult: pre-evaluated result. """ # trace imports Task, so need to import inline. from import build_tracer app = self._get_app() args = args or () kwargs = kwargs or {} task_id = task_id or uuid() retries = retries or 0 if throw is None: throw = app.conf.task_eager_propagates # Make sure we get the task instance, not class. task = app._tasks[] request = { 'id': task_id, 'retries': retries, 'is_eager': True, 'logfile': logfile, 'loglevel': loglevel or 0, 'hostname': gethostname(), 'callbacks': maybe_list(link), 'errbacks': maybe_list(link_error), 'headers': headers, 'delivery_info': {'is_eager': True}, } tb = None tracer = build_tracer(, task, eager=True, propagate=throw, app=self._get_app(), ) ret = tracer(task_id, args, kwargs, request) retval = ret.retval if isinstance(retval, ExceptionInfo): retval, tb = retval.exception, retval.traceback state = states.SUCCESS if is None else
return EagerResult(task_id, retval, state, traceback=tb)
[docs] def AsyncResult(self, task_id, **kwargs): """Get AsyncResult instance for this kind of task. Arguments: task_id (str): Task id to get result for. """ return self._get_app().AsyncResult(task_id, backend=self.backend,, **kwargs)
[docs] def signature(self, args=None, *starargs, **starkwargs): """Create signature. Returns: :class:`~celery.signature`: object for this task, wrapping arguments and execution options for a single task invocation. """ starkwargs.setdefault('app',
return signature(self, args, *starargs, **starkwargs) subtask = signature
[docs] def s(self, *args, **kwargs): """Create signature. Shortcut for ``.s(*a, **k) -> .signature(a, k)``. """
return self.signature(args, kwargs)
[docs] def si(self, *args, **kwargs): """Create immutable signature. Shortcut for ``.si(*a, **k) -> .signature(a, k, immutable=True)``. """
return self.signature(args, kwargs, immutable=True)
[docs] def chunks(self, it, n): """Create a :class:`~celery.canvas.chunks` task for this task.""" from celery import chunks
return chunks(self.s(), it, n,
[docs] def map(self, it): """Create a :class:`~celery.canvas.xmap` task from ``it``.""" from celery import xmap
return xmap(self.s(), it,
[docs] def starmap(self, it): """Create a :class:`~celery.canvas.xstarmap` task from ``it``.""" from celery import xstarmap
return xstarmap(self.s(), it,
[docs] def send_event(self, type_, retry=True, retry_policy=None, **fields): """Send monitoring event message. This can be used to add custom event types in :pypi:`Flower` and other monitors. Arguments: type_ (str): Type of event, e.g. ``"task-failed"``. Keyword Arguments: retry (bool): Retry sending the message if the connection is lost. Default is taken from the :setting:`task_publish_retry` setting. retry_policy (Mapping): Retry settings. Default is taken from the :setting:`task_publish_retry_policy` setting. **fields (Any): Map containing information about the event. Must be JSON serializable. """ req = self.request if retry_policy is None: retry_policy = with as d: return d.send( type_,, retry=retry, retry_policy=retry_policy, **fields)
[docs] def replace(self, sig): """Replace this task, with a new task inheriting the task id. .. versionadded:: 4.0 Arguments: sig (~@Signature): signature to replace with. Raises: ~@Ignore: This is always raised, so the best practice is to always use ``raise self.replace(...)`` to convey to the reader that the task won't continue after being replaced. """ chord = self.request.chord if 'chord' in sig.options: raise ImproperlyConfigured( "A signature replacing a task must not be part of a chord" ) if isinstance(sig, group): sig |=['celery.accumulate'].s(index=0).set( link=self.request.callbacks, link_error=self.request.errbacks, ) if self.request.chain: for t in reversed(self.request.chain): sig |= signature(t, sig.set( chord=chord,, root_id=self.request.root_id, ) sig.freeze( sig.delay()
raise Ignore('Replaced by new task')
[docs] def add_to_chord(self, sig, lazy=False): """Add signature to the chord the current task is a member of. .. versionadded:: 4.0 Currently only supported by the Redis result backend. Arguments: sig (~@Signature): Signature to extend chord with. lazy (bool): If enabled the new task won't actually be called, and ``sig.delay()`` must be called manually. """ if not self.request.chord: raise ValueError('Current task is not member of any chord') sig.set(, chord=self.request.chord, root_id=self.request.root_id, ) result = sig.freeze() self.backend.add_to_chord(, result)
return sig.delay() if not lazy else sig
[docs] def update_state(self, task_id=None, state=None, meta=None): """Update task state. Arguments: task_id (str): Id of the task to update. Defaults to the id of the current task. state (str): New state. meta (Dict): State meta-data. """ if task_id is None: task_id =
self.backend.store_result(task_id, meta, state)
[docs] def on_success(self, retval, task_id, args, kwargs): """Success handler. Run by the worker if the task executes successfully. Arguments: retval (Any): The return value of the task. task_id (str): Unique id of the executed task. args (Tuple): Original arguments for the executed task. kwargs (Dict): Original keyword arguments for the executed task. Returns: None: The return value of this handler is ignored.
[docs] def on_retry(self, exc, task_id, args, kwargs, einfo): """Retry handler. This is run by the worker when the task is to be retried. Arguments: exc (Exception): The exception sent to :meth:`retry`. task_id (str): Unique id of the retried task. args (Tuple): Original arguments for the retried task. kwargs (Dict): Original keyword arguments for the retried task. einfo (~billiard.einfo.ExceptionInfo): Exception information. Returns: None: The return value of this handler is ignored.
[docs] def on_failure(self, exc, task_id, args, kwargs, einfo): """Error handler. This is run by the worker when the task fails. Arguments: exc (Exception): The exception raised by the task. task_id (str): Unique id of the failed task. args (Tuple): Original arguments for the task that failed. kwargs (Dict): Original keyword arguments for the task that failed. einfo (~billiard.einfo.ExceptionInfo): Exception information. Returns: None: The return value of this handler is ignored.
[docs] def after_return(self, status, retval, task_id, args, kwargs, einfo): """Handler called after the task returns. Arguments: status (str): Current task state. retval (Any): Task return value/exception. task_id (str): Unique id of the task. args (Tuple): Original arguments for the task. kwargs (Dict): Original keyword arguments for the task. einfo (~billiard.einfo.ExceptionInfo): Exception information. Returns: None: The return value of this handler is ignored.
""" def add_trail(self, result): if self.trail: self.request.children.append(result) return result def push_request(self, *args, **kwargs): self.request_stack.push(Context(*args, **kwargs)) def pop_request(self): self.request_stack.pop() def __repr__(self): """``repr(task)``.""" return _reprtask(self, R_INSTANCE) def _get_request(self): """Get current request object.""" req = if req is None: # task was not called, but some may still expect a request # to be there, perhaps that should be deprecated. if self._default_request is None: self._default_request = Context() return self._default_request return req request = property(_get_request) def _get_exec_options(self): if self._exec_options is None: self._exec_options = extract_exec_options(self) return self._exec_options @property def backend(self): backend = self._backend if backend is None: return return backend @backend.setter def backend(self, value): # noqa self._backend = value @property def __name__(self):
return self.__class__.__name__ BaseTask = Task # noqa: E305 XXX compat alias