Source code for tornado.autoreload

#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""A module to automatically restart the server when a module is modified.

Most applications should not call this module directly.  Instead, pass the
keyword argument ``debug=True`` to the `tornado.web.Application` constructor.
This will enable autoreload mode as well as checking for changes to templates
and static resources.

This module depends on IOLoop, so it will not work in WSGI applications
and Google AppEngine.  It also will not work correctly when HTTPServer's
multi-process mode is used.

import functools
import logging
import os
import sys
import types

from tornado import ioloop

    import signal
except ImportError:
    signal = None

[docs]def start(io_loop=None, check_time=500): """Restarts the process automatically when a module is modified. We run on the I/O loop, and restarting is a destructive operation, so will terminate any pending requests. """ io_loop = io_loop or ioloop.IOLoop.instance() modify_times = {} callback = functools.partial(_reload_on_update, io_loop, modify_times) scheduler = ioloop.PeriodicCallback(callback, check_time, io_loop=io_loop) scheduler.start()
_reload_attempted = False def _reload_on_update(io_loop, modify_times): global _reload_attempted if _reload_attempted: # We already tried to reload and it didn't work, so don't try again. return for module in sys.modules.values(): # Some modules play games with sys.modules (e.g. email/ # in the standard library), and occasionally this can cause strange # failures in getattr. Just ignore anything that's not an ordinary # module. if not isinstance(module, types.ModuleType): continue path = getattr(module, "__file__", None) if not path: continue if path.endswith(".pyc") or path.endswith(".pyo"): path = path[:-1] try: modified = os.stat(path).st_mtime except: continue if path not in modify_times: modify_times[path] = modified continue if modify_times[path] != modified:"%s modified; restarting server", path) _reload_attempted = True for fd in io_loop._handlers.keys(): try: os.close(fd) except: pass if hasattr(signal, "setitimer"): # Clear the alarm signal set by # ioloop.set_blocking_log_threshold so it doesn't fire # after the exec. signal.setitimer(signal.ITIMER_REAL, 0, 0) try: os.execv(sys.executable, [sys.executable] + sys.argv) except OSError: # Mac OS X versions prior to 10.6 do not support execv in # a process that contains multiple threads. Instead of # re-executing in the current process, start a new one # and cause the current process to exit. This isn't # ideal since the new process is detached from the parent # terminal and thus cannot easily be killed with ctrl-C, # but it's better than not being able to autoreload at # all. # Unfortunately the errno returned in this case does not # appear to be consistent, so we can't easily check for # this error specifically. os.spawnv(os.P_NOWAIT, sys.executable, [sys.executable] + sys.argv) sys.exit(0)