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File support for asyncio.
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aiofiles is an Apache2 licensed library, written in Python, for handling local disk files in asyncio applications.
Ordinary local file IO is blocking, and cannot easily and portably made asynchronous. This means doing file IO may interfere with asyncio applications, which shouldn’t block the executing thread. aiofiles helps with this by introducing asynchronous versions of files that support delegating operations to a separate thread pool.
async with aiofiles.open('filename', mode='r') as f: contents = await f.read() print(contents) 'My file contents'
Asynchronous iteration is also supported.
async with aiofiles.open('filename') as f: async for line in f: ...
Asynchronous interface to tempfile module.
async with aiofiles.tempfile.TemporaryFile('wb') as f: await f.write(b'Hello, World!')
- a file API very similar to Python’s standard, blocking API
- support for buffered and unbuffered binary files, and buffered text files
- support for async/await (PEP 492) constructs
- async interface to tempfile module
To install aiofiles, simply:
$ pip install aiofiles
Files are opened using the aiofiles.open() coroutine, which in addition to mirroring the builtin open accepts optional loop and executor arguments. If loop is absent, the default loop will be used, as per the set asyncio policy. If executor is not specified, the default event loop executor will be used.
In case of success, an asynchronous file object is returned with an API identical to an ordinary file, except the following methods are coroutines and delegate to an executor:
In case of failure, one of the usual exceptions will be raised.
The aiofiles.os module contains executor-enabled coroutine versions of several useful os functions that deal with files:
aiofiles.tempfile implements the following interfaces:
Results return wrapped with a context manager allowing use with async with and async for.
async with aiofiles.tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile('wb+') as f: await f.write(b'Line1\n Line2') await f.seek(0) async for line in f: print(line) async with aiofiles.tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as d: filename = os.path.join(d, "file.ext")
Writing tests for aiofiles
Real file IO can be mocked by patching aiofiles.threadpool.sync_open as desired. The return type also needs to be registered with the aiofiles.threadpool.wrap dispatcher:
aiofiles.threadpool.wrap.register(mock.MagicMock)( lambda *args, **kwargs: threadpool.AsyncBufferedIOBase(*args, **kwargs)) async def test_stuff(): data = 'data' mock_file = mock.MagicMock() with mock.patch('aiofiles.threadpool.sync_open', return_value=mock_file) as mock_open: async with aiofiles.open('filename', 'w') as f: await f.write(data) mock_file.write.assert_called_once_with(data)
- Added the aiofiles.tempfile module for async temporary files. #56
- Switched to Poetry and GitHub actions.
- Dropped 3.5 support.
- Python 3.8 support. Code base modernization (using async/await instead of asyncio.coroutine/yield from).
- Added aiofiles.os.remove, aiofiles.os.rename, aiofiles.os.mkdir, aiofiles.os.rmdir. #62
- Python 3.7 support.
- Removed Python 3.3/3.4 support. If you use these versions, stick to aiofiles 0.3.x.
- The LICENSE is now included in the sdist. #31
- Introduced a changelog.
- aiofiles.os.sendfile will now work if the standard os module contains a sendfile function.
Contributions are very welcome. Tests can be run with tox, please ensure the coverage at least stays the same before you submit a pull request.