Source code for blueskyapi.errors

import json
from typing import Type

import requests

[docs]class Error(Exception): """Base class for all blueskyapi errors."""
[docs]class RequestError(Error): def __init__(self, response: requests.Response): self.response = response msg = f"API responded with {response.status_code} - {response.reason}" if response.text: try: content = json.dumps(json.loads(response.text), indent=2) except json.decoder.JSONDecodeError: content = response.text msg += f"\n\n{content}" super().__init__(msg)
[docs]class OverRateLimit(RequestError): """Raised when a request exceeds the rate limit. The error message includes information about your current limits and used quotas. The limit can be increased by using an API key. Even the free plan includes a much higher limit than using the API without an API key. You can `create an API key here <>`_. """
[docs]class InvalidApiKey(RequestError): """Raised when the given API key can't be found. Check `your API keys <>`_ to make sure you're using a valid key. """
_errors_by_status_code = { OverRateLimit, InvalidApiKey, } def _error_by_status_code(code: int) -> Type[RequestError]: if code in _errors_by_status_code: return _errors_by_status_code[code] else: return RequestError def request_error_from_response(response: requests.Response) -> RequestError: klass = _error_by_status_code(response.status_code) return klass(response)