# Source code for pycbc.fft.parser_support

```
# Copyright (C) 2012 Josh Willis, Andrew Miller
#
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#
# =============================================================================
#
# Preamble
#
# =============================================================================
#
"""
This package provides a front-end to various fast Fourier transform
implementations within PyCBC.
"""
from .backend_support import get_backend_modules, get_backend_names
from .backend_support import set_backend, get_backend
# Next we add all of the machinery to set backends and their options
# from the command line.
[docs]
def insert_fft_option_group(parser):
"""
Adds the options used to choose an FFT backend. This should be used
if your program supports the ability to select the FFT backend; otherwise
you may simply call the fft and ifft functions and rely on default
choices. This function will also attempt to add any options exported
by available backends through a function called insert_fft_options.
These submodule functions should take the fft_group object as argument.
Parameters
----------
parser : object
OptionParser instance
"""
fft_group = parser.add_argument_group("Options for selecting the"
" FFT backend and controlling its performance"
" in this program.")
# We have one argument to specify the backends. This becomes the default list used
# if none is specified for a particular call of fft() of ifft(). Note that this
# argument expects a *list* of inputs, as indicated by the nargs='*'.
fft_group.add_argument("--fft-backends",
help="Preference list of the FFT backends. "
"Choices are: \n" + str(get_backend_names()),
nargs='*', default=[])
for backend in get_backend_modules():
try:
backend.insert_fft_options(fft_group)
except AttributeError:
pass
[docs]
def verify_fft_options(opt, parser):
"""Parses the FFT options and verifies that they are
reasonable.
Parameters
----------
opt : object
Result of parsing the CLI with OptionParser, or any object with the
required attributes.
parser : object
OptionParser instance.
"""
if len(opt.fft_backends) > 0:
_all_backends = get_backend_names()
for backend in opt.fft_backends:
if backend not in _all_backends:
parser.error("Backend {0} is not available".format(backend))
for backend in get_backend_modules():
try:
backend.verify_fft_options(opt, parser)
except AttributeError:
pass
# The following function is the only one that is designed
# only to work with the active scheme. We'd like to fix that,
# eventually, but it's non-trivial because of how poorly MKL
# and FFTW cooperate.
[docs]
def from_cli(opt):
"""Parses the command line options and sets the FFT backend
for each (available) scheme. Aside from setting the default
backed for this context, this function will also call (if
it exists) the from_cli function of the specified backends in
the *current* scheme; typically one would only call this function
once inside of a scheme context manager, but if it is desired
to perform FFTs both inside and outside of a context, then
this function would need to be called again.
Parameters
----------
opt: object
Result of parsing the CLI with OptionParser, or any object with
the required attributes.
Returns
"""
set_backend(opt.fft_backends)
# Eventually, we need to be able to parse command lines
# from more than just the current scheme's preference. But
# the big problem is that calling from_cli for more than one
# backend could cause interference; apparently, FFTW and MKL
# don't play nice unless FFTW has been compiled and linked
# with icc (and possibly numpy, scipy, and/or Python as well?)
backend = get_backend()
try:
backend.from_cli(opt)
except AttributeError:
pass
```