Source code for pm4py.objects.dfg.exporter.exporter

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'''
from enum import Enum

from pm4py.objects.dfg.exporter.variants import classic
from pm4py.util import exec_utils


[docs]class Variants(Enum): CLASSIC = classic
DEFAULT_VARIANT = Variants.CLASSIC
[docs]def apply(dfg, output_path, variant=DEFAULT_VARIANT, parameters=None): """ Exports a DFG Parameters --------------- dfg Directly-Follows Graph output_path Output path variant Variants of the exporter, possible values: - Variants.CLASSIC: exporting to a .dfg file parameters Variant-specific parameters """ exec_utils.get_variant(variant).apply(dfg, output_path, parameters=parameters)
[docs]def serialize(dfg, variant=DEFAULT_VARIANT, parameters=None): """ Serializes a DFG object into a binary string Parameters -------------- dfg DFG variant Variants of the exporter, possible values: - Variants.CLASSIC: exporting to a .dfg file parameters Variant-specific parameters Returns -------------- serialization String that represents the DFG """ if parameters is None: parameters = {} return exec_utils.get_variant(variant).export_as_string(dfg, parameters=parameters)