Source code for drymass.util

"""Utility methods"""
import hashlib
import pathlib

import numpy as np

[docs]def hash_file(path, blocksize=65536): """Compute sha256 hex-hash of a file Parameters ---------- path: str path to the file blocksize: int block size read from the file Returns ------- hex: str The first six characters of the hash """ fname = pathlib.Path(path) hasher = hashlib.sha256() with'rb') as fd: buf = while len(buf) > 0: hasher.update(buf) buf = return hasher.hexdigest()[:6]
[docs]def hash_object(obj): """Compute sha256 hex-hash of a Python object Objects in dicts/lists/tuples are joined together before hashing using :func:`obj2bytes` in this module. Returns ------- hex: str The first six characters of the hash """ ihasher = hashlib.sha256() ihasher.update(obj2bytes(obj)) return ihasher.hexdigest()[:6]
[docs]def obj2bytes(obj): """String representation of an object for hashing""" if isinstance(obj, str): return obj.encode("utf-8") elif isinstance(obj, (bool, int, float)): return str(obj).encode("utf-8") elif obj is None: return b"none" elif isinstance(obj, np.ndarray): return obj.tostring() elif isinstance(obj, tuple): return obj2bytes(list(obj)) elif isinstance(obj, list): return b"".join(obj2bytes(o) for o in obj) elif isinstance(obj, dict): return obj2bytes(sorted(list(obj.items()))) elif hasattr(obj, "identifier"): return obj2bytes(obj.identifier) else: raise ValueError("No rule to convert object '{}' to bytes.". format(obj.__class__))