Source code for pygbif.caching

import requests_cache
from requests_cache.core import remove_expired_responses
import os.path
import tempfile

[docs]def caching( cache=False, name=None, backend="sqlite", expire_after=86400, allowable_codes=(200,), allowable_methods=("GET",), ): """ pygbif caching management :param cache: [bool] if ``True`` all http requests are cached. if ``False`` (default), no http requests are cached. :param name: [str] the cache name. when backend=sqlite, this is the path for the sqlite file, ignored if sqlite not used. if not set, the file is put in your temporary directory, and therefore is cleaned up/deleted after closing your python session :param backend: [str] the backend, one of: - ``sqlite`` sqlite database (default) - ``memory`` not persistent, stores all data in Python dict in memory - ``mongodb`` (experimental) MongoDB database (pymongo < 3.0 required) - ``redis`` stores all data on a redis data store (redis required) :param expire_after: [str] timedelta or number of seconds after cache will be expired or None (default) to ignore expiration. default: 86400 seconds (24 hrs) :param allowable_codes: [tuple] limit caching only for response with this codes (default: 200) :param allowable_methods: [tuple] cache only requests of this methods (default: ‘GET’) :return: sets options to be used by pygbif, returns the options you selected in a hash Note: setting cache=False will turn off caching, but the backend data still persists. thus, you can turn caching back on without losing your cache. this also means if you want to delete your cache you have to do it yourself. Note: on loading pygbif, we clean up expired responses Usage:: import pygbif # caching is off by default from pygbif import occurrences %time = 3329049) %time = 3329049) # turn caching on pygbif.caching(True) %time = 3329049) %time = 3329049) # set a different backend pygbif.caching(cache=True, backend="redis") %time = 3329049) %time = 3329049) # set a different backend pygbif.caching(cache=True, backend="mongodb") %time = 3329049) %time = 3329049) # set path to a sqlite file pygbif.caching(name = "some/path/my_file") """ default_name = "pygbif_requests_cache" if not cache: requests_cache.uninstall_cache() CACHE_NAME = None else: if name is None and backend == "sqlite": CACHE_NAME = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), default_name) else: CACHE_NAME = default_name requests_cache.install_cache( cache_name=CACHE_NAME, backend=backend, expire_after=expire_after ) remove_expired_responses() cache_settings = { "cache": cache, "name": CACHE_NAME, "backend": backend, "expire_after": expire_after, "allowable_codes": allowable_codes, "allowable_methods": allowable_methods, } return cache_settings