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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
version = "0.1.3"
import os
import fileinput
import getopt
import sys
import re
# ===============================================================================
class Dialect:
shortcuts = {}
synonyms = {}
required = {}
short_tags = ()
class HtmlDialect(Dialect):
shortcuts = {
'cc:ie': {
'opening_tag': '<!--[if IE]>',
'closing_tag': '<![endif]-->'},
'cc:ie6': {
'opening_tag': '<!--[if lte IE 6]>',
'closing_tag': '<![endif]-->'},
'cc:ie7': {
'opening_tag': '<!--[if lte IE 7]>',
'closing_tag': '<![endif]-->'},
'cc:noie': {
'opening_tag': '<!--[if !IE]><!-->',
'closing_tag': '<!--<![endif]-->'},
'html:4t': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">\n' +
'<html lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'html:4s': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">\n' +
'<html lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'html:xt': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">\n' +
'<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'html:xs': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">\n' +
'<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'html:xxs': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd">\n' +
'<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'html:5': {
'expand': True,
'opening_tag':
'<!DOCTYPE html>\n' +
'<html lang="en">\n' +
'<head>\n' +
'\t' + '<meta charset="UTF-8" />\n' +
'\t' + '<title></title>\n' +
'</head>\n' +
'<body>',
'closing_tag':
'</body>\n' +
'</html>'},
'input:button': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'button', 'type': 'button', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:password': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'text password', 'type': 'password', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:radio': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'radio', 'type': 'radio', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:checkbox': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'checkbox', 'type': 'checkbox', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:file': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'file', 'type': 'file', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:text': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'text', 'type': 'text', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'input:submit': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'class': 'submit', 'type': 'submit', 'value': '' }
},
'input:hidden': {
'name': 'input',
'attributes': { 'type': 'hidden', 'name': '', 'value': '' }
},
'script:src': {
'name': 'script',
'attributes': { 'src': '' }
},
'script:jquery': {
'name': 'script',
'attributes': { 'src': 'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js' }
},
'script:jsapi': {
'name': 'script',
'attributes': { 'src': 'http://www.google.com/jsapi' }
},
'script:jsapix': {
'name': 'script',
'text': '\n google.load("jquery", "1.3.2");\n google.setOnLoadCallback(function() {\n \n });\n'
},
'link:css': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'stylesheet', 'type': 'text/css', 'href': '', 'media': 'all' },
},
'link:print': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'stylesheet', 'type': 'text/css', 'href': '', 'media': 'print' },
},
'link:favicon': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'shortcut icon', 'type': 'image/x-icon', 'href': '' },
},
'link:touch': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'apple-touch-icon', 'href': '' },
},
'link:rss': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'alternate', 'type': 'application/rss+xml', 'title': 'RSS', 'href': '' },
},
'link:atom': {
'name': 'link',
'attributes': { 'rel': 'alternate', 'type': 'application/atom+xml', 'title': 'Atom', 'href': '' },
},
'meta:ie7': {
'name': 'meta',
'attributes': { 'http-equiv': 'X-UA-Compatible', 'content': 'IE=7' },
},
'meta:ie8': {
'name': 'meta',
'attributes': { 'http-equiv': 'X-UA-Compatible', 'content': 'IE=8' },
},
'form:get': {
'name': 'form',
'attributes': { 'method': 'get' },
},
'form:g': {
'name': 'form',
'attributes': { 'method': 'get' },
},
'form:post': {
'name': 'form',
'attributes': { 'method': 'post' },
},
'form:p': {
'name': 'form',
'attributes': { 'method': 'post' },
},
}
synonyms = {
'checkbox': 'input:checkbox',
'check': 'input:checkbox',
'input:c': 'input:checkbox',
'input:b': 'input:button',
'input:h': 'input:hidden',
'hidden': 'input:hidden',
'submit': 'input:submit',
'input:s': 'input:submit',
'radio': 'input:radio',
'input:r': 'input:radio',
'text': 'input:text',
'passwd': 'input:password',
'password': 'input:password',
'pw': 'input:password',
'input:t': 'input:text',
'linkcss': 'link:css',
'scriptsrc': 'script:src',
'jquery': 'script:jquery',
'jsapi': 'script:jsapi',
'html5': 'html:5',
'html4': 'html:4s',
'html4s': 'html:4s',
'html4t': 'html:4t',
'xhtml': 'html:xxs',
'xhtmlt': 'html:xt',
'xhtmls': 'html:xs',
'xhtml11': 'html:xxs',
'opt': 'option',
'st': 'strong',
'css': 'style',
'csss': 'link:css',
'css:src': 'link:css',
'csssrc': 'link:css',
'js': 'script',
'jss': 'script:src',
'js:src': 'script:src',
'jssrc': 'script:src',
}
short_tags = (
'area', 'base', 'basefont', 'br', 'embed', 'hr', \
'input', 'img', 'link', 'param', 'meta')
required = {
'a': {'href':''},
'base': {'href':''},
'abbr': {'title': ''},
'acronym':{'title': ''},
'bdo': {'dir': ''},
'link': {'rel': 'stylesheet', 'href': ''},
'style': {'type': 'text/css'},
'script': {'type': 'text/javascript'},
'img': {'src':'', 'alt':''},
'iframe': {'src': '', 'frameborder': '0'},
'embed': {'src': '', 'type': ''},
'object': {'data': '', 'type': ''},
'param': {'name': '', 'value': ''},
'form': {'action': '', 'method': 'post'},
'table': {'cellspacing': '0'},
'input': {'type': '', 'name': '', 'value': ''},
'base': {'href': ''},
'area': {'shape': '', 'coords': '', 'href': '', 'alt': ''},
'select': {'name': ''},
'option': {'value': ''},
'textarea':{'name': ''},
'meta': {'content': ''},
}
class Parser:
"""The parser.
"""
# Constructor
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
def __init__(self, options=None, str='', dialect=HtmlDialect()):
"""Constructor.
"""
self.tokens = []
self.str = str
self.options = options
self.dialect = dialect
self.root = Element(parser=self)
self.caret = []
self.caret.append(self.root)
self._last = []
# Methods
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
def load_string(self, str):
"""Loads a string to parse.
"""
self.str = str
self._tokenize()
self._parse()
def render(self):
"""Renders.
Called by [[Router]].
"""
# Get the initial render of the root node
output = self.root.render()
# Indent by whatever the input is indented with
indent = re.findall("^[\r\n]*(\s*)", self.str)[0]
output = indent + output.replace("\n", "\n" + indent)
# Strip newline if not needed
if self.options.has("no-last-newline") \
or self.prefix or self.suffix:
output = re.sub(r'\n\s*$', '', output)
# TextMate mode
if self.options.has("textmate"):
output = self._textmatify(output)
return output
# Protected methods
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
def _textmatify(self, output):
"""Returns a version of the output with TextMate placeholders in it.
"""
matches = re.findall(r'(></)|("")|(\n\s+)\n|(.|\s)', output)
output = ''
n = 1
for i in matches:
if i[0]:
output += '>$%i</' % n
n += 1
elif i[1]:
output += '"$%i"' % n
n += 1
elif i[2]:
output += i[2] + '$%i\n' % n
n += 1
elif i[3]:
output += i[3]
output += "$0"
return output
def _tokenize(self):
"""Tokenizes.
Initializes [[self.tokens]].
"""
str = self.str.strip()
# Find prefix/suffix
while True:
match = re.match(r"^(\s*<[^>]+>\s*)", str)
if match is None: break
if self.prefix is None: self.prefix = ''
self.prefix += match.group(0)
str = str[len(match.group(0)):]
while True:
match = re.findall(r"(\s*<[^>]+>[\s\n\r]*)$", str)
if not match: break
if self.suffix is None: self.suffix = ''
self.suffix = match[0] + self.suffix
str = str[:-len(match[0])]
# Split by the element separators
for token in re.split('(<|>|\+(?!\\s*\+|$))', str):
if token.strip() != '':
self.tokens.append(Token(token, parser=self))
def _parse(self):
"""Takes the tokens and does its thing.
Populates [[self.root]].
"""
# Carry it over to the root node.
if self.prefix or self.suffix:
self.root.prefix = self.prefix
self.root.suffix = self.suffix
self.root.depth += 1
for token in self.tokens:
if token.type == Token.ELEMENT:
# Reset the "last elements added" list. We will
# repopulate this with the new elements added now.
self._last[:] = []
# Create [[Element]]s from a [[Token]].
# They will be created as many as the multiplier specifies,
# multiplied by how many carets we have
count = 0
for caret in self.caret:
local_count = 0
for i in range(token.multiplier):
count += 1
local_count += 1
new = Element(token, caret,
count = count,
local_count = local_count,
parser = self)
self._last.append(new)
caret.append(new)
# For >
elif token.type == Token.CHILD:
# The last children added.
self.caret[:] = self._last
# For <
elif token.type == Token.PARENT:
# If we're the root node, don't do anything
parent = self.caret[0].parent
if parent is not None:
self.caret[:] = [parent]
return
# Properties
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Property: dialect
# The dialect of XML
dialect = None
# Property: str
# The string
str = ''
# Property: tokens
# The list of tokens
tokens = []
# Property: options
# Reference to the [[Options]] instance
options = None
# Property: root
# The root [[Element]] node.
root = None
# Property: caret
# The current insertion point.
caret = None
# Property: _last
# List of the last appended stuff
_last = None
# Property: indent
# Yeah
indent = ''
# Property: prefix
# (String) The trailing tag in the beginning.
#
# Description:
# For instance, in `<div>ul>li</div>`, the `prefix` is `<div>`.
prefix = ''
# Property: suffix
# (string) The trailing tag at the end.
suffix = ''
pass
# ===============================================================================
class Element:
"""An element.
"""
def __init__(self, token=None, parent=None, count=None, local_count=None, \
parser=None, opening_tag=None, closing_tag=None, \
attributes=None, name=None, text=None):
"""Constructor.
This is called by ???.
Description:
All parameters are optional.
token - (Token) The token (required)
parent - (Element) Parent element; `None` if root
count - (Int) The number to substitute for `&` (e.g., in `li.item-$`)
local_count - (Int) The number to substitute for `$` (e.g., in `li.item-&`)
parser - (Parser) The parser
attributes - ...
name - ...
text - ...
"""
self.children = []
self.attributes = {}
self.parser = parser
if token is not None:
# Assumption is that token is of type [[Token]] and is
# a [[Token.ELEMENT]].
self.name = token.name
self.attributes = token.attributes.copy()
self.text = token.text
self.populate = token.populate
self.expand = token.expand
self.opening_tag = token.opening_tag
self.closing_tag = token.closing_tag
# `count` can be given. This will substitude & in classname and ID
if count is not None:
for key in self.attributes:
attrib = self.attributes[key]
attrib = attrib.replace('&', ("%i" % count))
if local_count is not None:
attrib = attrib.replace('$', ("%i" % local_count))
self.attributes[key] = attrib
# Copy over from parameters
if attributes: self.attributes = attribues
if name: self.name = name
if text: self.text = text
self._fill_attributes()
self.parent = parent
if parent is not None:
self.depth = parent.depth + 1
if self.populate: self._populate()
def render(self):
"""Renders the element, along with it's subelements, into HTML code.
[Grouped under "Rendering methods"]
"""
output = ""
try: tabs = bool(self.parser.options.options['indent-tabs'])
except: tabs = False
if tabs: spaces = '\t'
else:
try: spaces_count = int(self.parser.options.options['indent-spaces'])
except: spaces_count = 4
spaces = ' ' * spaces_count
indent = self.depth * spaces
prefix, suffix = ('', '')
if self.prefix: prefix = self.prefix + "\n"
if self.suffix: suffix = self.suffix
# Make the guide from the ID (/#header), or the class if there's no ID (/.item)
# This is for the start-guide, end-guide and post-tag-guides
guide_str = ''
if 'id' in self.attributes:
guide_str += "#%s" % self.attributes['id']
elif 'class' in self.attributes:
guide_str += ".%s" % self.attributes['class'].replace(' ', '.')
# Build the post-tag guide (e.g., </div><!-- /#header -->),
# the start guide, and the end guide.
guide = ''
start_guide = ''
end_guide = ''
if ((self.name == 'div') and \
(('id' in self.attributes) or ('class' in self.attributes))):
if (self.parser.options.has('post-tag-guides')):
guide = "<!-- /%s -->" % guide_str
if (self.parser.options.has('start-guide-format')):
format = self.parser.options.get('start-guide-format')
try: start_guide = format % guide_str
except: start_guide = (format + " " + guide_str).strip()
start_guide = "%s<!-- %s -->\n" % (indent, start_guide)
if (self.parser.options.has('end-guide-format')):
format = self.parser.options.get('end-guide-format')
try: end_guide = format % guide_str
except: end_guide = (format + " " + guide_str).strip()
end_guide = "\n%s<!-- %s -->" % (indent, end_guide)
# Short, self-closing tags (<br />)
short_tags = self.parser.dialect.short_tags
# When it should be expanded..
# (That is, <div>\n...\n</div> or similar -- wherein something must go
# inside the opening/closing tags)
if len(self.children) > 0 \
or self.expand \
or prefix or suffix \
or (self.parser.options.has('expand-divs') and self.name == 'div'):
for child in self.children:
output += child.render()
# For expand divs: if there are no children (that is, `output`
# is still blank despite above), fill it with a blank line.
if (output == ''): output = indent + spaces + "\n"
# If we're a root node and we have a prefix or suffix...
# (Only the root node can have a prefix or suffix.)
if prefix or suffix:
output = "%s%s%s%s%s\n" % \
(indent, prefix, output, suffix, guide)
# Uh..
elif self.name != '' or \
self.opening_tag is not None or \
self.closing_tag is not None:
output = start_guide + \
indent + self.get_opening_tag() + "\n" + \
output + \
indent + self.get_closing_tag() + \
guide + end_guide + "\n"
# Short, self-closing tags (<br />)
elif self.name in short_tags:
output = "%s<%s />\n" % (indent, self.get_default_tag())
# Tags with text, possibly
elif self.name != '' or \
self.opening_tag is not None or \
self.closing_tag is not None:
output = "%s%s%s%s%s%s%s%s" % \
(start_guide, indent, self.get_opening_tag(), \
self.text, \
self.get_closing_tag(), \
guide, end_guide, "\n")
# Else, it's an empty-named element (like the root). Pass.
else: pass
return output
def get_default_tag(self):
"""Returns the opening tag (without brackets).
Usage:
element.get_default_tag()
[Grouped under "Rendering methods"]
"""
output = '%s' % (self.name)
for key, value in self.attributes.iteritems():
output += ' %s="%s"' % (key, value)
return output
def get_opening_tag(self):
if self.opening_tag is None:
return "<%s>" % self.get_default_tag()
else:
return self.opening_tag
def get_closing_tag(self):
if self.closing_tag is None:
return "</%s>" % self.name
else:
return self.closing_tag
def append(self, object):
"""Registers an element as a child of this element.
Usage:
element.append(child)
Description:
Adds a given element `child` to the children list of this element. It
will be rendered when [[render()]] is called on the element.
See also:
- [[get_last_child()]]
[Grouped under "Traversion methods"]
"""
self.children.append(object)
def get_last_child(self):
"""Returns the last child element which was [[append()]]ed to this element.
Usage:
element.get_last_child()
Description:
This is the same as using `element.children[-1]`.
[Grouped under "Traversion methods"]
"""
return self.children[-1]
def _populate(self):
"""Expands with default items.
This is called when the [[populate]] flag is turned on.
"""
if self.name == 'ul':
elements = [Element(name='li', parent=self, parser=self.parser)]
elif self.name == 'dl':
elements = [
Element(name='dt', parent=self, parser=self.parser),
Element(name='dd', parent=self, parser=self.parser)]
elif self.name == 'table':
tr = Element(name='tr', parent=self, parser=self.parser)
td = Element(name='td', parent=tr, parser=self.parser)
tr.children.append(td)
elements = [tr]
else:
elements = []
for el in elements:
self.children.append(el)
def _fill_attributes(self):
"""Fills default attributes for certain elements.
Description:
This is called by the constructor.
[Protected, grouped under "Protected methods"]
"""
# Make sure <a>'s have a href, <img>'s have an src, etc.
required = self.parser.dialect.required
for element, attribs in required.iteritems():
if self.name == element:
for attrib in attribs:
if attrib not in self.attributes:
self.attributes[attrib] = attribs[attrib]
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Property: last_child
# [Read-only]
last_child = property(get_last_child)
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Property: parent
# (Element) The parent element.
parent = None
# Property: name
# (String) The name of the element (e.g., `div`)
name = ''
# Property: attributes
# (Dict) The dictionary of attributes (e.g., `{'src': 'image.jpg'}`)
attributes = None
# Property: children
# (List of Elements) The children
children = None
# Property: opening_tag
# (String or None) The opening tag. Optional; will use `name` and
# `attributes` if this is not given.
opening_tag = None
# Property: closing_tag
# (String or None) The closing tag
closing_tag = None
text = ''
depth = -1
expand = False
populate = False
parser = None
# Property: prefix
# Only the root note can have this.
prefix = None
suffix = None
# ===============================================================================
class Token:
def __init__(self, str, parser=None):
"""Token.
Description:
str - The string to parse
In the string `div > ul`, there are 3 tokens. (`div`, `>`, and `ul`)
For `>`, it will be a `Token` with `type` set to `Token.CHILD`
"""
self.str = str.strip()
self.attributes = {}
self.parser = parser
# Set the type.
if self.str == '<':
self.type = Token.PARENT
elif self.str == '>':
self.type = Token.CHILD
elif self.str == '+':
self.type = Token.SIBLING
else:
self.type = Token.ELEMENT
self._init_element()
def _init_element(self):
"""Initializes. Only called if the token is an element token.
[Private]
"""
# Get the tag name. Default to DIV if none given.
name = re.findall('^([\w\-:]*)', self.str)[0]
name = name.lower().replace('-', ':')
# Find synonyms through this thesaurus
synonyms = self.parser.dialect.synonyms
if name in synonyms.keys():
name = synonyms[name]
if ':' in name:
try: tabs = bool(self.parser.options.options['indent-tabs'])
except: tabs = False
if tabs: indent = '\t'
else:
try: spaces_count = int(self.parser.options.options['indent-spaces'])
except: spaces_count = 4
indent = ' ' * spaces_count
shortcuts = self.parser.dialect.shortcuts
if name in shortcuts.keys():
for key, value in shortcuts[name].iteritems():
setattr(self, key, value)
if 'html' in name:
return
else:
self.name = name
elif (name == ''): self.name = 'div'
else: self.name = name
# Look for attributes
attribs = []
for attrib in re.findall('\[([^\]]*)\]', self.str):
attribs.append(attrib)
self.str = self.str.replace("[" + attrib + "]", "")
if len(attribs) > 0:
for attrib in attribs:
try: key, value = attrib.split('=', 1)
except: key, value = attrib, ''
self.attributes[key] = value
# Try looking for text
text = None
for text in re.findall('\{([^\}]*)\}', self.str):
self.str = self.str.replace("{" + text + "}", "")
if text is not None:
self.text = text
# Get the class names
classes = []
for classname in re.findall('\.([\$a-zA-Z0-9_\-\&]+)', self.str):
classes.append(classname)
if len(classes) > 0:
try: self.attributes['class']
except: self.attributes['class'] = ''
self.attributes['class'] += ' ' + ' '.join(classes)
self.attributes['class'] = self.attributes['class'].strip()
# Get the ID
id = None
for id in re.findall('#([\$a-zA-Z0-9_\-\&]+)', self.str): pass
if id is not None:
self.attributes['id'] = id
# See if there's a multiplier (e.g., "li*3")
multiplier = None
for multiplier in re.findall('\*\s*([0-9]+)', self.str): pass
if multiplier is not None:
self.multiplier = int(multiplier)
# Populate flag (e.g., ul+)
flags = None
for flags in re.findall('[\+\!]+$', self.str): pass
if flags is not None:
if '+' in flags: self.populate = True
if '!' in flags: self.expand = True
def __str__(self):
return self.str
str = ''
parser = None
# For elements
# See the properties of `Element` for description on these.
name = ''
attributes = None
multiplier = 1
expand = False
populate = False
text = ''
opening_tag = None
closing_tag = None
# Type
type = 0
ELEMENT = 2
CHILD = 4
PARENT = 8
SIBLING = 16
# ===============================================================================
class Router:
"""The router.
"""
# Constructor
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
def __init__(self):
pass
# Methods
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
def start(self, options=None, str=None, ret=None):
if (options):
self.options = Options(router=self, options=options, argv=None)
else:
self.options = Options(router=self, argv=sys.argv[1:], options=None)
if (self.options.has('help')):
return self.help()
elif (self.options.has('version')):
return self.version()
else:
return self.parse(str=str, ret=ret)
def help(self):
print "Usage: %s [OPTIONS]" % sys.argv[0]
print "Expands input into HTML."
print ""
for short, long, info in self.options.cmdline_keys:
if "Deprecated" in info: continue
if not short == '': short = '-%s,' % short
if not long == '': long = '--%s' % long.replace("=", "=XXX")
print "%6s %-25s %s" % (short, long, info)
print ""
print "\n".join(self.help_content)
def version(self):
print "Uhm, yeah."
def parse(self, str=None, ret=None):
self.parser = Parser(self.options)
try:
# Read the files
# for line in fileinput.input(): lines.append(line.rstrip(os.linesep))
if str is not None:
lines = str
else:
lines = [sys.stdin.read()]
lines = " ".join(lines)
except KeyboardInterrupt:
pass
except:
sys.stderr.write("Reading failed.\n")
return
try:
self.parser.load_string(lines)
output = self.parser.render()
if ret: return output
sys.stdout.write(output)
except:
sys.stderr.write("Parse error. Check your input.\n")
print sys.exc_info()[0]
print sys.exc_info()[1]
def exit(self):
sys.exit()
help_content = [
"Please refer to the manual for more information.",
]
# ===============================================================================
class Options:
def __init__(self, router, argv, options=None):
# Init self
self.router = router
# `options` can be given as a dict of stuff to preload
if options:
for k, v in options.iteritems():
self.options[k] = v
return
# Prepare for getopt()
short_keys, long_keys = "", []
for short, long, info in self.cmdline_keys: # 'v', 'version'
short_keys += short
long_keys.append(long)
try:
getoptions, arguments = getopt.getopt(argv, short_keys, long_keys)
except getopt.GetoptError:
err = sys.exc_info()[1]
sys.stderr.write("Options error: %s\n" % err)
sys.stderr.write("Try --help for a list of arguments.\n")
return router.exit()
# Sort them out into options
options = {}
i = 0
for option in getoptions:
key, value = option # '--version', ''
if (value == ''): value = True
# If the key is long, write it
if key[0:2] == '--':
clean_key = key[2:]
options[clean_key] = value
# If the key is short, look for the long version of it
elif key[0:1] == '-':
for short, long, info in self.cmdline_keys:
if short == key[1:]:
print long
options[long] = True
# Done
for k, v in options.iteritems():
self.options[k] = v
def __getattr__(self, attr):
return self.get(attr)
def get(self, attr):
try: return self.options[attr]
except: return None
def has(self, attr):
try: return self.options.has_key(attr)
except: return False
options = {
'indent-spaces': 4
}
cmdline_keys = [
('h', 'help', 'Shows help'),
('v', 'version', 'Shows the version'),
('', 'no-guides', 'Deprecated'),
('', 'post-tag-guides', 'Adds comments at the end of DIV tags'),
('', 'textmate', 'Adds snippet info (textmate mode)'),
('', 'indent-spaces=', 'Indent spaces'),
('', 'indent-tabs', 'Indent with tabs instead of spaces'),
('', 'expand-divs', 'Automatically expand divs'),
('', 'no-last-newline', 'Skip the trailing newline'),
('', 'start-guide-format=', 'To be documented'),
('', 'end-guide-format=', 'To be documented'),
]
# Property: router
# Router
router = 1
# ===============================================================================
if __name__ == "__main__":
z = Router()
z.start()
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