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"""Identifies the destination of messages.
A Target encapsulates all the information to identify where a message
should be sent or what messages a server is listening for.
Different subsets of the information encapsulated in a Target object is
relevant to various aspects of the API:
creating a server:
topic and server is required; exchange is optional
an endpoint's target:
namespace and version is optional
client sending a message:
topic is required, all other attributes optional
Its attributes are:
:param exchange: A scope for topics. Leave unspecified to default to the
control_exchange configuration option.
:type exchange: str
:param topic: A name which identifies the set of interfaces exposed by a
server. Multiple servers may listen on a topic and messages will be
dispatched to one of the servers in a round-robin fashion.
:type topic: str
:param namespace: Identifies a particular interface (i.e. set of methods)
exposed by a server. The default interface has no namespace identifier
and is referred to as the null namespace.
:type namespace: str
:param version: Interfaces have a major.minor version number associated
with them. A minor number increment indicates a backwards compatible
change and an incompatible change is indicated by a major number bump.
Servers may implement multiple major versions and clients may require
indicate that their message requires a particular minimum minor version.
:type version: str
:param server: Clients can request that a message be directed to a specific
server, rather than just one of a pool of servers listening on the topic.
:type server: str
:param fanout: Clients may request that a message be directed to all
servers listening on a topic by setting fanout to ``True``, rather than
just one of them.
:type fanout: bool
def __init__(self, exchange=None, topic=None, namespace=None,
version=None, server=None, fanout=None):
self.exchange = exchange
self.topic = topic
self.namespace = namespace
self.version = version
self.server = server
self.fanout = fanout
def __call__(self, **kwargs):
for a in ('exchange', 'topic', 'namespace',
'version', 'server', 'fanout'):
kwargs.setdefault(a, getattr(self, a))
def __eq__(self, other):
return vars(self) == vars(other)
def __ne__(self, other):
return not self == other
attrs = 
for a in ['exchange', 'topic', 'namespace',
'version', 'server', 'fanout']:
v = getattr(self, a)
values = ', '.join(['%s=%s' % i for i in attrs])
return '<Target ' + values + '>'