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from typing import List
from enum import Enum
from echovr_api.stats import Stats
from echovr_api.player import Player

[docs]class Team(): """Represents the state of a single team in the current game :param team: A human-readable team name. Usually either "ORANGE TEAM" or "BLUE TEAM", but that's subject to change, and may be different during LAN tournaments (though I've not yet confirmed this). :param possession: Indicates whether this team currently has posession of the disk. :param players: An array of dicts containing data used to instantiate the team's players. :param stats: A dict containing data used to instantiate the team's current stats. :param color: An enumerable `Color` representing the color of the team. """
[docs] class Color(Enum): """Represents the color (blue or orange) of a team""" BLUE = 0 ORANGE = 1
[docs] @classmethod def by_name(cls, name): """Return the `Color` that matches a given color name""" try: return cls[name.upper()] except KeyError: return None
def __init__(self, team: str = "", possession: bool = False, players: List[dict] = [], stats: dict = {}, color: Color = None): = team self.possession = possession self.players = [Player(**player_data) for player_data in players] self.stats = Stats(**stats) self.color = color @property def name(self): """Better-named alias for `team`.""" return @property def score(self): """The current score of the team. Note: There's currently a bug in the API which makes this inaccurate if the team has scored self-goals, but it's the best we have for now. If the API ever exposes more accurate data, this method will be updated to take advantage of that. """ # Note: game_status.(blue|orange)_score are currently bugged to always # return 0. Once that bug is fixed, this should be updated to use those # values instead. return self.stats.points