Source code for dbl.errors

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

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[docs]class DBLException(Exception): """Base exception class for dblpy Ideally speaking, this could be caught to handle any exceptions thrown from this library. """ pass
[docs]class ClientException(DBLException): """Exception that's thrown when an operation in the :class:`Client` fails. These are usually for exceptions that happened due to user input. """ pass
[docs]class HTTPException(DBLException): """Exception that's thrown when an HTTP request operation fails. .. _aiohttp.ClientResponse: http://aiohttp.readthedocs.org/en/stable/client_reference.html#aiohttp.ClientResponse Attributes ----------- response The response of the failed HTTP request. This is an instance of `aiohttp.ClientResponse`_. text: str The text of the error. Could be an empty string. """ def __init__(self, response, message): self.response = response if isinstance(message, dict): self.text = message.get('message', '') self.code = message.get('code', 0) else: self.text = message fmt = '{0.reason} (status code: {0.status})' if self.text: fmt = fmt + ': {1}' super().__init__(fmt.format(self.response, self.text))
[docs]class Unauthorized(HTTPException): """Exception that's thrown for when status code 401 occurs. Subclass of :exc:`HTTPException` """ pass
class UnauthorizedDetected(DBLException): """Exception that's thrown when no API Token is provided Subclass of :exc:`DBLException` """ pass
[docs]class Forbidden(HTTPException): """Exception that's thrown for when status code 403 occurs. Subclass of :exc:`HTTPException` """ pass
[docs]class NotFound(HTTPException): """Exception that's thrown for when status code 404 occurs. Subclass of :exc:`HTTPException` """ pass
[docs]class InvalidArgument(ClientException): """Exception that's thrown when an argument to a function is invalid some way (e.g. wrong value or wrong type). This could be considered the analogous of ``ValueError`` and ``TypeError`` except derived from :exc:`ClientException` and thus :exc:`DBLException`. """ pass
[docs]class ConnectionClosed(ClientException): """Exception that's thrown when the gateway connection is closed for reasons that could not be handled internally. Attributes ----------- code : int The close code of the websocket. reason : str The reason provided for the closure. """ def __init__(self, original): # This exception is just the same exception except # reconfigured to subclass ClientException for users self.code = original.code self.reason = original.reason super().__init__(str(original))