Source code for BAC0

#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

try:
    import bacpypes
except ImportError:
    # Using print here or setup.py will fail
    print("=" * 80)
    print(
        'bacpypes module missing, please install latest version using \n    $ "pip install bacpypes"'
    )
    print("\nDiscard this message if you are actually installing BAC0.")
    print("=" * 80)

try:
    from . import core
    from . import tasks
    from .scripts.Base import Base
    from .core.devices.Device import Device as device
    from .core.devices.Device import DeviceLoad as load
    from .core.devices.Trends import TrendLog as TrendLog
    from .tasks.Poll import SimplePoll as poll
    from .tasks.Match import Match as match
    from .tasks.Devices import AddDevice as add_device
    from .core.utils.notes import update_log_level as log_level
    from .infos import __version__ as version

    # To be able to use the complete version pandas, flask and bokeh must be installed.
    try:
        import pandas
        import bokeh
        import flask
        import flask_bootstrap

        _COMPLETE = True
    except ImportError:
        _COMPLETE = False

    try:
        #
        import os

        if os.path.isfile("{}/.env".format(os.getcwd())):
            from dotenv import load_dotenv

            load_dotenv(os.path.join(os.getcwd(), ".env"))
    except ImportError:
        print("You need to pip install python-dotenv to use your .env file")

    from .scripts.Lite import Lite as lite

    if _COMPLETE:
        from .scripts.Complete import Complete as gui

        connect = gui
    else:
        connect = lite
        web = lambda: print(
            "All features not available to run BAC0.web(). Some modules are missing (flask, flask-bootstrap, bokeh, pandas). See docs for details. To start BAC0, use BAC0.lite()"
        )

    # Import proprietary classes
    from .core.proprietary_objects import jci

except ImportError as error:
    print("=" * 80)
    print(
        'Import Error, refer to documentation or reinstall using \n    $ "pip install BAC0"\n {}'.format(
            error
        )
    )
    print("\nDiscard this message if you are actually installing BAC0.")
    print("=" * 80)
    # Probably installing the app...