Source code for honeybee_radiance.lightsource.dictutil

# coding=utf-8
"""Utilities to convert light source dictionaries to Python objects."""
from honeybee_radiance.lightsource.sunpath import Sunpath
from honeybee_radiance.lightsource.ground import Ground
from import CertainIrradiance
from import CIE
from import ClimateBased
from import Hemisphere
from import SkyDome
from import SkyMatrix
from import SunMatrix

    'Sunpath': Sunpath,
    'Ground': Ground,
    'CertainIrradiance': CertainIrradiance,
    'CIE': CIE,
    'ClimateBased': ClimateBased,
    'Hemisphere': Hemisphere,
    'SkyDome': SkyDome,
    'SkyMatrix': SkyMatrix,
    'SunMatrix': SunMatrix

[docs]def dict_to_light_source(light_source_dict, raise_exception=True): """Get a Python object of any light source from a dictionary. Args: light_source_dict: A dictionary of any Honeybee Radiance light source. Note that this should be a non-abridged dictionary to be valid. raise_exception: Boolean to note whether an excpetion should be raised if the object is not identified as a light source. Default: True. Returns: A Python object derived from the input light_source_dict. """ try: # get the type key from the dictionary light_type = light_source_dict['type'] except KeyError: raise ValueError('Light source dictionary lacks required "type" key.') try: return LIGHT_SOURCE_TYPES[light_type].from_dict(light_source_dict) except KeyError: if raise_exception: raise ValueError( '{} is not a recognized radiance Light Source type'.format(light_type))