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#!/usr/bin/env python
.. module:: SQLite
:synopsis: Module providing a sqlite type service
.. moduleauthor:: Dave Pedu <>
from pyircbot.modulebase import ModuleBase
import sqlite3
class SQLite(ModuleBase):
def __init__(self, bot, moduleName):
ModuleBase.__init__(self, bot, moduleName) = ["sqlite"]
def opendb(self, dbname):
return Connection(self, dbname)
class Connection:
def __init__(self, master, dbname):
self.master = master
self.log = master.log
self.dbname = dbname
self.connection = None
# Check if the table requested exists
def tableExists(self, tablename):
c = self.getCursor()
c.execute("SELECT * FROM SQLITE_MASTER WHERE `type`='table' AND `name`=?", (tablename,))
tables = c.fetchall()
if len(tables) == 0:
return False
return True
def dict_factory(cursor, row):
d = {}
for idx, col in enumerate(cursor.description):
d[col[0]] = row[idx]
return d
def query(self, queryText, args=()):
"""Execute a Sqlite query and return the cursor
:param queryText: the sqlite query as a string, using '%s' for token replacement
:type queryText: str
:param args: arguments to be escaped into the query
:type args: tuple
:returns: cursor -- the sql cursor"""
c = self.getCursor()
if len(args) == 0:
c.execute(queryText, args)
return c
# Returns a cusor object, after checking for connectivity
def getCursor(self):
c = self.connection.cursor()
return c
# Opens the sqlite database / attempts to create it if it doesn't exist yet
def _connect(self):"Sqlite: opening database %s" % self.master.getFilePath(self.dbname))
self.connection = sqlite3.connect(self.master.getFilePath(self.dbname), check_same_thread=False)
self.connection.row_factory = Connection.dict_factory
self.connection.isolation_level = None"Sqlite: Connected.")
# Test the connection
c = self.connection.cursor()
derp = c.execute("SELECT * FROM SQLITE_MASTER") # NOQA
def close(self):