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google.appengine.ext.builtins package

Summary

Repository for all builtin handlers information.

On initialization, this file generates a list of builtin handlers that have associated app.yaml information. This file can then be called to read that information and make it available.

Contents

exception google.appengine.ext.builtins.InvalidBuiltinNamesource

Bases: exceptions.Exception

Raised whenever a builtin handler name is specified that is not found.

google.appengine.ext.builtins.get_yaml_basepath()source

Returns the full path of the directory in which builtins are located.

google.appengine.ext.builtins.get_yaml_path(builtin_name, runtime='')source

Returns the full path to a yaml file by giving the builtin module’s name.

Parameters
  • builtin_name – single word name of builtin handler

  • runtime – name of the runtime

Raises

ValueError – if handler does not exist in expected directory

Returns

the absolute path to a valid builtin handler include.yaml file

google.appengine.ext.builtins.reset_builtins_dir()source

Public method for resetting builtins directory to default.

google.appengine.ext.builtins.set_builtins_dir(path)source

Sets the appropriate path for testing and reinitializes the module.