Source code for jsonschema.protocols

typing.Protocol classes for jsonschema interfaces.

# for reference material on Protocols, see

from __future__ import annotations

from import Callable, Mapping
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, ClassVar, Iterable
import sys

# doing these imports with `try ... except ImportError` doesn't pass mypy
# checking because mypy sees `typing._SpecialForm` and
# `typing_extensions._SpecialForm` as incompatible
# see:
if sys.version_info >= (3, 8):
    from typing import Protocol, runtime_checkable
    from typing_extensions import Protocol, runtime_checkable

# in order for Sphinx to resolve references accurately from type annotations,
# it needs to see names like `jsonschema.TypeChecker`
# therefore, only import at type-checking time (to avoid circular references),
# but use `jsonschema` for any types which will otherwise not be resolvable
    import jsonschema
    import jsonschema.validators

from jsonschema.exceptions import ValidationError

# For code authors working on the validator protocol, these are the three
# use-cases which should be kept in mind:
# 1. As a protocol class, it can be used in type annotations to describe the
#    available methods and attributes of a validator
# 2. It is the source of autodoc for the validator documentation
# 3. It is runtime_checkable, meaning that it can be used in isinstance()
#    checks.
# Since protocols are not base classes, isinstance() checking is limited in
# its capabilities. See docs on runtime_checkable for detail

[docs]@runtime_checkable class Validator(Protocol): """ The protocol to which all validator classes adhere. Arguments: schema: The schema that the validator object will validate with. It is assumed to be valid, and providing an invalid schema can lead to undefined behavior. See `Validator.check_schema` to validate a schema first. resolver: a resolver that will be used to resolve :kw:`$ref` properties (JSON references). If unprovided, one will be created. format_checker: if provided, a checker which will be used to assert about :kw:`format` properties present in the schema. If unprovided, *no* format validation is done, and the presence of format within schemas is strictly informational. Certain formats require additional packages to be installed in order to assert against instances. Ensure you've installed `jsonschema` with its `extra (optional) dependencies <index:extras>` when invoking ``pip``. .. deprecated:: v4.12.0 Subclassing validator classes now explicitly warns this is not part of their public API. """ #: An object representing the validator's meta schema (the schema that #: describes valid schemas in the given version). META_SCHEMA: ClassVar[Mapping] #: A mapping of validation keywords (`str`\s) to functions that #: validate the keyword with that name. For more information see #: `creating-validators`. VALIDATORS: ClassVar[Mapping] #: A `jsonschema.TypeChecker` that will be used when validating #: :kw:`type` keywords in JSON schemas. TYPE_CHECKER: ClassVar[jsonschema.TypeChecker] #: A `jsonschema.FormatChecker` that will be used when validating #: :kw:`format` keywords in JSON schemas. FORMAT_CHECKER: ClassVar[jsonschema.FormatChecker] #: A function which given a schema returns its ID. ID_OF: Callable[[Any], str | None] #: The schema that will be used to validate instances schema: Mapping | bool def __init__( self, schema: Mapping | bool, resolver: jsonschema.validators.RefResolver | None = None, format_checker: jsonschema.FormatChecker | None = None, ) -> None: ...
[docs] @classmethod def check_schema(cls, schema: Mapping | bool) -> None: """ Validate the given schema against the validator's `META_SCHEMA`. Raises: `jsonschema.exceptions.SchemaError`: if the schema is invalid """
[docs] def is_type(self, instance: Any, type: str) -> bool: """ Check if the instance is of the given (JSON Schema) type. Arguments: instance: the value to check type: the name of a known (JSON Schema) type Returns: whether the instance is of the given type Raises: `jsonschema.exceptions.UnknownType`: if ``type`` is not a known type """
[docs] def is_valid(self, instance: Any) -> bool: """ Check if the instance is valid under the current `schema`. Returns: whether the instance is valid or not >>> schema = {"maxItems" : 2} >>> Draft202012Validator(schema).is_valid([2, 3, 4]) False """
[docs] def iter_errors(self, instance: Any) -> Iterable[ValidationError]: r""" Lazily yield each of the validation errors in the given instance. >>> schema = { ... "type" : "array", ... "items" : {"enum" : [1, 2, 3]}, ... "maxItems" : 2, ... } >>> v = Draft202012Validator(schema) >>> for error in sorted(v.iter_errors([2, 3, 4]), key=str): ... print(error.message) 4 is not one of [1, 2, 3] [2, 3, 4] is too long .. deprecated:: v4.0.0 Calling this function with a second schema argument is deprecated. Use `Validator.evolve` instead. """
[docs] def validate(self, instance: Any) -> None: """ Check if the instance is valid under the current `schema`. Raises: `jsonschema.exceptions.ValidationError`: if the instance is invalid >>> schema = {"maxItems" : 2} >>> Draft202012Validator(schema).validate([2, 3, 4]) Traceback (most recent call last): ... ValidationError: [2, 3, 4] is too long """
[docs] def evolve(self, **kwargs) -> "Validator": """ Create a new validator like this one, but with given changes. Preserves all other attributes, so can be used to e.g. create a validator with a different schema but with the same :kw:`$ref` resolution behavior. >>> validator = Draft202012Validator({}) >>> validator.evolve(schema={"type": "number"}) Draft202012Validator(schema={'type': 'number'}, format_checker=None) The returned object satisfies the validator protocol, but may not be of the same concrete class! In particular this occurs when a :kw:`$ref` occurs to a schema with a different :kw:`$schema` than this one (i.e. for a different draft). >>> validator.evolve( ... schema={"$schema": Draft7Validator.META_SCHEMA["$id"]} ... ) Draft7Validator(schema=..., format_checker=None) """