Source code for sunpy.util.sysinfo

This module provides functions to retrieve system information.
import platform
from collections import defaultdict
from importlib.metadata import PackageNotFoundError, version, requires, distribution

from packaging.markers import Marker
from packaging.requirements import Requirement

import sunpy.extern.distro as distro

__all__ = ['system_info', 'find_dependencies', 'missing_dependencies_by_extra']

def get_requirements(package):
    This wraps `importlib.metadata.requires` to not be garbage.

    package : str
        Package you want requirements for.

        A dictionary of requirements with keys being the extra requirement group names.
        The values are a nested dictionary with keys being the package names and
        values being the `packaging.requirements.Requirement` objects.
    requirements: list = requires(package)
    requires_dict = defaultdict(dict)
    for requirement in requirements:
        req = Requirement(requirement)
        package_name, package_marker =, req.marker
        if package_marker and "extra ==" in str(package_marker):
            group = str(package_marker).split("extra == ")[1].strip('"').strip("'").strip()
            group = "required"
        # De-duplicate (the same package could appear more than once in the extra == 'all' group)
        if package_name in requires_dict[group]:
        requires_dict[group][package_name] = req
    return requires_dict

def resolve_requirement_versions(package_versions):
    Resolves a list of requirements for the same package.

    Given a list of package details in the form of `packaging.requirements.Requirement`
    objects, combine the specifier, extras, url and marker information to create
    a new requirement object.
    resolved = Requirement(str(package_versions[0]))

    for package_version in package_versions[1:]:
        resolved.specifier = resolved.specifier & package_version.specifier
        resolved.extras = resolved.extras.union(package_version.extras)
        resolved.url = resolved.url or package_version.url
        if resolved.marker and package_version.marker:
            resolved.marker = Marker(f"{resolved.marker} or {package_version.marker}")
        elif package_version.marker:
            resolved.marker = package_version.marker

    return resolved

def format_requirement_string(requirement):
    formatted_string = f"Missing {requirement}"
    formatted_string = formatted_string.replace("or extra ==", "or").strip()
    return formatted_string

[docs]def find_dependencies(package="sunpy", extras=None): """ List installed and missing dependencies. Given a package and, optionally, a tuple of extras, identify any packages which should be installed to match the requirements and return any which are missing. """ requirements = get_requirements(package) installed_requirements = {} missing_requirements = defaultdict(list) extras = extras or ["required"] for group in requirements: if group not in extras: continue for package, package_details in requirements[group].items(): try: package_version = version(package) installed_requirements[package] = package_version except PackageNotFoundError: missing_requirements[package].append(package_details) for package, package_versions in missing_requirements.items(): missing_requirements[package] = format_requirement_string( resolve_requirement_versions(package_versions)) return missing_requirements, installed_requirements
[docs]def missing_dependencies_by_extra(package="sunpy", exclude_extras=None): """ Get all the specified extras for a package and report any missing dependencies. This function will also return a "required" item in the dict which is the dependencies associated with no extras. """ exclude_extras = exclude_extras or [] requirements = get_requirements(package) missing_dependencies = {} for group in requirements.keys(): if group in exclude_extras: continue missing_dependencies[group] = find_dependencies(package, [group])[0] return missing_dependencies
def get_extra_groups(groups, exclude_extras): return list(set(groups) - set(exclude_extras)) def get_keys_list(dictionary, sort=True): keys = [*dictionary.keys()] if sort: return sorted(keys) return keys
[docs]def system_info(): """ Prints ones' system info in an "attractive" fashion. """ requirements = get_requirements("sunpy") groups = get_keys_list(requirements) extra_groups = get_extra_groups(groups, ['all', 'dev']) base_reqs = get_keys_list(requirements['required']) extra_reqs = get_keys_list(requirements['all']) missing_packages, installed_packages = find_dependencies(package="sunpy", extras=extra_groups) extra_prop = {"System": platform.system(), "Arch": f"{platform.architecture()[0]}, ({platform.processor()})", "Python": platform.python_version(), "sunpy": version("sunpy")} sys_prop = {**installed_packages, **missing_packages, **extra_prop} print("==============================") print("sunpy Installation Information") print("==============================") print() print("General") print("#######") if sys_prop['System'] == "Linux": print(f"OS: {} ({distro.version()}, Linux {platform.release()})") elif sys_prop['System'] == "Darwin": print(f"OS: Mac OS {platform.mac_ver()[0]}") elif sys_prop['System'] == "Windows": print(f"OS: Windows {platform.release()} {platform.version()}") else: print("Unknown OS") for sys_info in ['Arch', 'sunpy']: print(f'{sys_info}: {sys_prop[sys_info]}') print(f'Installation path: {distribution("sunpy")._path}') print() print("Required Dependencies") print("#####################") for req in base_reqs: print(f'{req}: {sys_prop[req]}') print() print("Optional Dependencies") print("#####################") for extra_req in extra_reqs: print(f'{extra_req}: {sys_prop[extra_req]}')