Template MacrosΒΆ

The Utilities template contains many template macros designed to make repetitive template tasks easier:

  • render_userdata(namespace, userdata): a macro for rendering userdata state machine headers,
  • render_outcomes(outcomes, indent=0): a macro for rendering outcomes in state instantiations,
  • render_input_keys(input_keys, indent=37): a macro for rendering input_keys in state instantiations,
  • render_output_keys(output_keys, indent=37): a macro for rendering output_keys in state instantiations,
  • render_goal_slots(goal_slots, indent=51): a macro for rendering goal_slots in state instantiations,
  • render_result_slots(result_slots, indent=51): a macro for rendering result_slots in state instantiations,
  • render_request_slots(request_slots, indent=51): a macro for rendering request_slots in state instantiations,
  • render_response_slots(response_slots, indent=51): a macro for rendering response_slots in state instantiations,
  • render_def_lambda_callbacks(defined_headers, name, input_keys, callbacks): a macro for rendering callbacks lambda callback definitions,
  • render_init_callbacks(): a macro for rendering callbacks initialization in state class __init__() methods,
  • render_execute_callbacks(): a macro for rendering callbacks execution in state class execute() methods,
  • render_callbacks(name, callbacks, indent=51): a macro for rendering callbacks dicts in state instantiations,
  • render_outcome_map(outcome_map, indent=35): a macro for rendering outcome_map in state instantiations,
  • render_transitions(transitions, indent=23): a macro for rendering transitions in state machine add() methods,
  • render_remapping(remapping, indent=23): a macro for rendering remapping in state machine add() methods,
  • import_module(defined_headers, module): a macro for importing a module,
  • import_module_as(defined_headers, module, new_name): a macro for importing a module and renaming it as something else,
  • from_import(defined_headers, module, name): a macro for importing a name from a module,
  • from_import_as(defined_headers, module, name, new_name): a macro for importing a name from a module and renaming it as something else.