Source code for selenium.webdriver.firefox.options

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import typing
import warnings
from typing import Union

from selenium.webdriver.common.desired_capabilities import DesiredCapabilities
from selenium.webdriver.common.options import ArgOptions
from selenium.webdriver.firefox.firefox_binary import FirefoxBinary
from selenium.webdriver.firefox.firefox_profile import FirefoxProfile

[docs]class Log: def __init__(self) -> None: self.level = None
[docs] def to_capabilities(self) -> dict: if self.level: return {"log": {"level": self.level}} return {}
[docs]class Options(ArgOptions): KEY = "moz:firefoxOptions" def __init__(self) -> None: super().__init__() self._binary: typing.Optional[FirefoxBinary] = None self._preferences: dict = {} self._profile = None self._proxy = None self.log = Log() @property def binary(self) -> FirefoxBinary: """Returns the FirefoxBinary instance.""" return self._binary @binary.setter def binary(self, new_binary: Union[str, FirefoxBinary]) -> None: """Sets location of the browser binary, either by string or ``FirefoxBinary`` instance.""" if not isinstance(new_binary, FirefoxBinary): new_binary = FirefoxBinary(new_binary) self._binary = new_binary @property def binary_location(self) -> str: """ :Returns: The location of the binary. """ return self.binary._start_cmd @binary_location.setter # noqa def binary_location(self, value: str) -> None: """Sets the location of the browser binary by string.""" self.binary = value @property def preferences(self) -> dict: """:Returns: A dict of preferences.""" return self._preferences
[docs] def set_preference(self, name: str, value: Union[str, int, bool]): """Sets a preference.""" self._preferences[name] = value
@property def profile(self) -> FirefoxProfile: """ :Returns: The Firefox profile to use. """ if self._profile: warnings.warn("Getting a profile has been deprecated.", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2) return self._profile @profile.setter def profile(self, new_profile: Union[str, FirefoxProfile]) -> None: """Sets location of the browser profile to use, either by string or ``FirefoxProfile``.""" warnings.warn( "Setting a profile has been deprecated. Please use the set_preference and install_addons methods", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) if not isinstance(new_profile, FirefoxProfile): new_profile = FirefoxProfile(new_profile) self._profile = new_profile @property def headless(self) -> bool: """ :Returns: True if the headless argument is set, else False """ warnings.warn( "headless property is deprecated, instead check for '-headless' in arguments", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2, ) return "-headless" in self._arguments @headless.setter def headless(self, value: bool) -> None: """Sets the headless argument. Args: value: boolean value indicating to set the headless option """ warnings.warn( "headless property is deprecated, instead use add_argument('-headless')", DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2 ) if value: self._arguments.append("-headless") elif "-headless" in self._arguments: self._arguments.remove("-headless")
[docs] def enable_mobile(self, android_package: str = "org.mozilla.firefox", android_activity=None, device_serial=None): super().enable_mobile(android_package, android_activity, device_serial)
[docs] def to_capabilities(self) -> dict: """Marshals the Firefox options to a `moz:firefoxOptions` object.""" # This intentionally looks at the internal properties # so if a binary or profile has _not_ been set, # it will defer to geckodriver to find the system Firefox # and generate a fresh profile. caps = self._caps opts = {} if self._binary: opts["binary"] = self._binary._start_cmd if self._preferences: opts["prefs"] = self._preferences if self._proxy: self._proxy.add_to_capabilities(caps) if self._profile: opts["profile"] = self._profile.encoded if self._arguments: opts["args"] = self._arguments if self.mobile_options: opts.update(self.mobile_options) opts.update(self.log.to_capabilities()) if opts: caps[Options.KEY] = opts return caps
@property def default_capabilities(self) -> dict: return DesiredCapabilities.FIREFOX.copy()