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- class IPython.core.guarded_eval.EvaluationContext(locals, globals, evaluation, in_subscript)¶
- evaluation: Literal['forbidden', 'minimal', 'limited', 'unsafe', 'dangerous']¶
Evaluation policy identifier
- in_subscript: bool¶
Whether the evalution of code takes place inside of a subscript. Useful for evaluating
- IPython.core.guarded_eval.guarded_eval(code: str, context: EvaluationContext)¶
Evaluate provided code in the evaluation context.
If evaluation policy given by context is set to
forbiddenno evaluation will be performed; if it is set to
eval()will be used; finally, for any other, policy
eval_node()will be called on parsed AST.
- IPython.core.guarded_eval.eval_node(node: Optional[AST], context: EvaluationContext)¶
Evaluate AST node in provided context.
Applies evaluation restrictions defined in the context. Currently does not support evaluation of functions with keyword arguments.
Does not evaluate actions that always have side effects:
class definitions (
class sth: ...)
function definitions (
def sth: ...)
variable assignments (
x = 1)
augmented assignments (
x += 1)
Does not evaluate operations which do not return values:
if x:) except for ternary IfExp (
a if x else b)
The purpose of this function is to guard against unwanted side-effects; it does not give guarantees on protection from malicious code execution.