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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Parse raw game data from isotropic into JSON list of game documents."""
import collections
import codecs
import itertools
import os
import multiprocessing
import pprint
import re
import sys
import card_info
import game
import utils
import name_merger
from game import Game
import simplejson as json
SECTION_SEP = re.compile('^----------------------$', re.MULTILINE)
NORM_TURN_HEADER_RE = re.compile(
"--- (?P<name>.+)'s turn (?P<turn_no>\d+) ---")
POSS_TURN_HEADER_RE = re.compile(
"--- (?P<name>.+)'s turn \(possessed by (?P<pname>.*)\) ---")
"--- (?P<name>.+)'s " + re.escape(
"extra turn (from <span class=card-duration>Outpost</span>)"))
TURN_HEADER_NO_GROUP_RE = re.compile("--- .+'s turn [^-]* ---")
SPLIT_COMMA_AND_RE = re.compile(',| and ')
NUMBER_BEFORE_SPAN = re.compile('(\d+) <span')
NUMBER_COPIES = re.compile('(0|2) copies to')
GETTING_MONEY_RE = re.compile(' \+\$(\d)+')
WHICH_IS_WORTH_RE = re.compile(' which is worth \+\$(\d)+')
VP_TOKEN_RE = re.compile(u'(?P<num>\d+) ▼', re.UNICODE)
KW_ANOTHER_ONE = 'another one'
KW_BUYS = ' buys '
KW_DISCARDS = ' discards '
KW_GAINING = ' gaining '
KW_DRAWS = ' draws '
KW_GAINS_A = ' gains a'
KW_GAMES_A = ' games a' # short lived bug in iso, spelled gains as games
KW_GAINS_THE = ' gains the '
KW_GET = 'get +'
KW_GETS = ' gets +'
KW_GETTING = ' getting +'
KW_IS_TRASHED = ' is trashed.'
KW_PLAYING = ' playing '
KW_PLAYS = ' plays '
KW_REPLACING = ' replacing '
KW_RETURNING = ' returning '
KW_REVEALING = ' revealing '
KW_REVEALS = ' reveals '
KW_REVEALS_A = ' reveals a'
KW_TOKEN = ' token.'
KW_TO_THE_SUPPLY = ' to the supply'
KW_TRASHES = ' trashes '
KW_TRASHES_IT = 'trashes it.'
KW_TRASHING = ' trashing '
KW_TURNS_UP_A = ' turns up a'
KW_WHICH_IS_WORTH = ' which is worth +$'
KW_WITH_A = ' with a'
KW_WISHING = ' wishing '
KW_INSTEAD = ' instead.'
KEYWORDS = [locals()[w] for w in dict(locals()) if w.startswith('KW_')]
class BogusGameError(Exception):
""" Exception for a degenerate game that cannot or should not be parsed."""
def __init__(self, reason):
self.reason = reason
def capture_cards(line):
""" Given a line of text from isotropic, extract the card names.
line: string like 'Rob plays a <span class=card-none>Minion</span>.'
returns: list of string of card names, eg, ['Minion']
def _as_int_or_1(string_val):
return int(string_val)
except ValueError:
return 1
cards = []
card_sections = SPLIT_COMMA_AND_RE.split(line)
for sect in card_sections:
split_at_span = sect.split('<span')
if not split_at_span:
first = split_at_span[0]
split_first = first.split()
if not split_first:
mult = 1
mult = _as_int_or_1(split_first[-1])
for subsect in split_at_span:
start_of_end_span = subsect.find('</span')
if start_of_end_span == -1:
end_of_begin_span = subsect.rfind('>', 0, start_of_end_span)
if end_of_begin_span == -1:
maybe_plural = subsect[end_of_begin_span + 1:
if maybe_plural == '&diams;':
card = card_info.singular_of(maybe_plural)
except KeyError, exception:
print line
raise exception
cards.extend([card] * mult)
return cards
def assign_win_points(game_dict):
""" Set win_points to number of win points for each player in game_dict."""
def win_tuple(deck_dict):
""" Return tuple ordered by increasing final standing. """
# negate turns so that max() behaves; points good, turns bad.
num_normal_turns = sum(not ('poss' in t or 'outpost' in t)
for t in deck_dict['turns'])
return (deck_dict['points'], -num_normal_turns)
decks = game_dict['decks']
winner_tuple = max(win_tuple(p) for p in decks)
winners = [p for p in decks if win_tuple(p) == winner_tuple]
win_points = float(len(decks)) / len(winners)
for player in decks:
player['win_points'] = win_points if player in winners else 0.0
def _player_label(ind):
return 'player' + str(ind)
def associate_game_with_norm_names(game_dict):
""" Fill players field in game_dict with list of normed player names."""
game_dict['players'] = []
for player_deck in game_dict['decks']:
normed_name = name_merger.norm_name(player_deck['name'])
def associate_turns_with_owner(game_dict, turns):
""" Move each turn in turns to be a member of the corresponding player
in game_dict.
Remove the names from the turn, since it is redundant with the name
on the player level dict."""
name_to_owner = {}
for idx, deck in enumerate(game_dict['decks']):
name_to_owner[deck['name']] = deck
deck['turns'] = []
order_ct = 0
for idx, turn in enumerate(turns):
owner = name_to_owner[turn['name']]
if not 'order' in owner:
owner['order'] = idx + 1
order_ct += 1
del turn['name']
if order_ct != len(game_dict['decks']):
raise BogusGameError('Did not find turns for all players')
ONLY_NUMBERS_RE = re.compile('^\d+$')
def validate_names(decks):
""" Raise an exception for names that might screw up the parsing.
This should happen in less than 1% of real games, but it's just easier
to punt on annoying inputs that to make sure we get them right."""
used_names = set()
for deck in decks:
name = deck['name']
if name in used_names:
raise BogusGameError('Duplicate name %s' % name)
if name in ['a', 'and', 'turn']:
raise BogusGameError("annoying name " + name)
if '---' in name:
raise BogusGameError('--- in name ' + name)
if ONLY_NUMBERS_RE.match(name):
raise BogusGameError('name contains only numbers ' + name)
if name[0] == '.':
raise BogusGameError('name %s starts with period' % name)
for kword in KEYWORDS:
if kword.lstrip() in name or kword.rstrip() in name:
raise BogusGameError('name %s contains keyword %s' % (name, kword))
if len(used_names) != len(decks):
raise BogusGameError('not everyone took a turn?')
if len(decks) <= 1:
raise BogusGameError('only one player')
def canonicalize_names(turns_str, player_names):
""" Return a new string in which all player names are replaced by
player0, player1, ..."""
player_ind_name_pairs = list(enumerate(player_names))
# Replace longer names first, short names might contain the longer ones.
player_ind_name_pairs.sort(key = lambda ind_name_pair:
for idx, player in player_ind_name_pairs:
# This is complicated (matching extra stuff to the left and right
# of name rather than straight string replace) so that we
# can allow for annoying names like 'd' that occur as
# substrings of regular text.
match_player_name = re.compile(
'(^|[ \(])' + # start with newline, space, or open paren
re.escape(player) + # followed by player name
"([ '\)])", # ending with space or ' or close paren
def _replace_name_by_label(match):
""" keep surrounding delims, replace player name with playerX"""
return + _player_label(idx) +
turns_str = match_player_name.sub(_replace_name_by_label, turns_str)
return turns_str
def parse_game(game_str, dubious_check = False):
""" Parse game_str into game dictionary
game_str: Entire contents of an isotropic log file.
dubious_check: If true, raise a BogusGame exception if the game is
returns a dict with the following fields:
decks: A list of player decks, as documend in parse_deck().
supply: A list of cards in the supply.
players: A list of normalized player names.
game_end: List of cards exhausted that caused the game to end.
resigned: True iff some player in the game resigned..
game_str = game_str.replace('&mdash;', '---')
split_sects = SECTION_SEP.split(game_str)
header_str, decks_blob, trash_and_turns = split_sects
except ValueError, exception:
print len(split_sects), SECTION_SEP.split(game_str), game_str
raise exception
game_dict = parse_header(header_str)
decks = parse_decks(decks_blob)
game_dict['decks'] = decks
names_list = [d['name'] for d in game_dict['decks']]
turns_str = trash_and_turns.split('Game log')[1]
turns_str = turns_str[turns_str.find('---'):]
turns_str = canonicalize_names(turns_str, names_list)
turns = parse_turns(turns_str, names_list)
associate_turns_with_owner(game_dict, turns)
if dubious_check and Game(game_dict).dubious_quality():
raise BogusGameError('Dubious Quality')
return game_dict
def parse_header(header_str):
""" Parse the header string.
Return a dictionary with game_end, supply, and resigned fields,
like parse_game.
sections = [s for s in header_str.replace(' \n', '\n').split('\n\n') if s]
end_str, supply_str = sections
assert 'gone' in end_str or 'resigned' in end_str
if 'gone' in end_str:
resigned = False
gone = capture_cards(end_str.split('\n')[1])
resigned = True
gone = []
supply = capture_cards(supply_str)
return {'game_end': gone, 'supply': supply, 'resigned': resigned}
PLACEMENT_RE = re.compile('#\d (.*)')
POINTS_RE = re.compile(': (-*\d+) point(s?)(\s|(' + re.escape('</b>') + '))')
def parse_deck(deck_str):
""" Given an isotropic deck string, return a dictionary containing the
player names
deck_str: starts with placement and name, ends with last card in deck.
returns dictionary containing the following fields
vp_tokens: number of vp tokens.
deck: Dictionary keyed card name who value is the card frequency.
resigned: True iff this player resigned
name_vp_list, _opening, deck_contents = deck_str.split('\n')
except ValueError, e:
print deck_str
raise e
vp_tokens = 0
#print 'vp', name_vp_list
matched_points =
if matched_points:
point_loc = matched_points.end()
resigned, points = False, int(
name_points, vp_list = (name_vp_list[:point_loc],
name_vp_list[point_loc + 1:])
resign_loc = name_vp_list.find('resigned')
assert resign_loc != -1, 'could not find resign in %s' % name_vp_list
resigned, points = True, -100
name_points, vp_list = (name_vp_list[:resign_loc],
name_vp_list[resign_loc + 1:])
last_colon_in_name_points = name_points.rfind(':')
name, _points_or_resign = (name_points[:last_colon_in_name_points],
name_points[last_colon_in_name_points + 1:])
def cleanup_name(name):
""" Given a name and placement, get rid of the bold tags and """
htmlless_name = name.replace('<b>', '').replace('</b>', '')
placement_match = PLACEMENT_RE.match(htmlless_name)
if placement_match:
return htmlless_name
name = cleanup_name(name)
for chunk in vp_list.split(','):
diamond_loc = chunk.find(u'')
if diamond_loc != -1:
start_point_loc = max(chunk.rfind('(', 0, diamond_loc - 1),
chunk.rfind(' ', 0, diamond_loc - 1))
vp_tokens = int(chunk[start_point_loc + 1:diamond_loc - 1])
card_list_chunks = deck_contents[
deck_contents.find(']') + 1:].replace(',', ' ')
card_blobs = [x for x in card_list_chunks.split('</span>') if
'<span' in x]
deck_comp = {}
for card_blob in card_blobs:
right_bracket_index = card_blob.find('>')
card_name = card_blob[right_bracket_index + 1:]
card_name = card_info.singular_of(card_name)
except KeyError, exception:
print chunk, card_name, card_blob[right_bracket_index - 10:]
raise exception
card_quant = int(card_blob.split()[0])
deck_comp[card_name] = card_quant
#FIXME: deck_comp is undefined if there's no vp_list
return {'name': name, 'points': points, 'resigned': resigned,
'deck': deck_comp, 'vp_tokens': vp_tokens}
def parse_decks(decks_blob):
""" Parse and return a list of decks"""
deck_blobs = [s for s in decks_blob.split('\n\n') if s]
return [parse_deck(deck_blob) for deck_blob in deck_blobs]
def name_and_rest(line, term):
""" Split line about term, return (before, after including term). """
start_of_term = line.find(term)
assert start_of_term != -1
def _strip_leading(val, dead_chars):
for idx, char in enumerate(val):
if char not in dead_chars:
return val[idx:]
return ''
name = _strip_leading(line[:start_of_term], ' .').strip()
return name, line[start_of_term + len(term):]
def delete_keys_with_empty_vals(dict_obj):
""" Remove keys from object associated with values that are False/empty."""
keys_to_die = []
for k in dict_obj.keys():
if isinstance(dict_obj[k], dict):
if not dict_obj[k]:
for k in keys_to_die:
del dict_obj[k]
def count_money(plays):
""" Return the value of the money from playing cards in plays.
This does not include money from cards like Steward or Bank, but does
count Copper.
plays: list of cards.
coppersmith_ct = 0
money = 0
for card in plays:
if card == 'Coppersmith':
coppersmith_ct += 1
elif card == 'Copper':
money += 1 + coppersmith_ct
elif card_info.is_treasure(card):
money += card_info.money_value(card)
return money
PLAYER_IND_RE = re.compile('player(?P<num>\d+)')
class PlayerTracker(object):
''' The player tracker is used to keep track of the active player being
modified by the gain and trashes actions in a sequence of isotropic
game lines. '''
def __init__(self):
self.player_stack = [None]
self.orig_player = None
def get_active_player(self, line):
''' Feed the next line to the tracker, it returns the active player.'''
mentioned_players = self._get_player_inds(line)
indent_level = line.count('...')
if indent_level >= len(self.player_stack):
while len(self.player_stack) > indent_level + 1:
if len(mentioned_players) > 0:
self.player_stack[-1] = mentioned_players[-1]
if self.orig_player is None:
self.orig_player = mentioned_players[-1]
return self.player_stack[-1]
def current_player(self):
''' Return the player whose turn it is.
This requires at least one call to get_active_player() first. '''
return self.orig_player
def _get_player_inds(self, line):
'''return list of player indicies in given line.
eg, line "player1 trashes player2's ..." -> [1, 2]
return map(int, PLAYER_IND_RE.findall(line))
def _get_real_name(canon_name, names_list):
return names_list[int(PLAYER_IND_RE.match(canon_name).group('num'))]
class ParseTurnHeaderError(Exception):
def __init__(self, line):
self.line = line
def __str__(self):
return repr(self)
def __repr__(self):
return 'ParseTurnHeaderError %s' % self.line
def parse_turn_header(turn_header_line, names_list = None):
""" Given a turn header line return a dictionary containing
information about the turn. All turns have a player name in the key
Normal turns have a 'turn_no'.
Possession turns have a 'pname' for the name of the possessor.
Outpost turns have the 'outpost' value set to true."""
# This could be done with a single really complicated regexp, but I kept
# screwing up the regexp when I tried to join them, and so here we
# have some code to match against the three different cases.
def _get_name(match, name_key = 'name'):
if names_list is None:
return _get_real_name(, names_list)
parsed_header = {}
norm_match =
if norm_match:
parsed_header['turn_no'] = int('turn_no'))
parsed_header['name'] = _get_name(norm_match)
return parsed_header
poss_match =
if poss_match:
parsed_header['name'] = _get_name(poss_match)
parsed_header['pname'] = _get_name(poss_match, 'pname')
return parsed_header
out_match =
if out_match:
parsed_header['name'] = _get_name(out_match)
parsed_header['outpost'] = True
return parsed_header
raise ParseTurnHeaderError(turn_header_line)
def parse_turn(turn_blob, names_list):
""" Parse the information from a given turn.
Return a dict containing the following fields. If any of the fields have
a value that evaluates to False, do not keep it.
name: player name.
number: 1 indexed turn number.
plays: List of cards played.
buys: List of cards bought.
gains: List of cards gained.
trashes: List of cards trashed.
returns: List of cards returned.
ps_tokens: Number of pirate ship tokens gained.
vp_tokens: Number of victory point tokens gained.
money: Amount of money available during entire buy phase.
opp: Dict keyed by opponent name, containing dicts with trashes/gains.
lines = turn_blob.strip().split('\n')
header = lines[0]
parsed_header = parse_turn_header(header, names_list)
poss, outpost = False, False
if 'pname' in parsed_header:
possessee_name = parsed_header['name']
poss = True
if 'outpost' in parsed_header:
outpost = True
ret = {'gains': [], 'trashes': [], 'buys': []}
plays = []
returns = []
turn_money = 0
vp_tokens = 0
ps_tokens = 0
opp_turn_info = collections.defaultdict(lambda: {'gains': [],
'trashes': [],
'buys': []})
tracker = PlayerTracker()
for line_idx, line in enumerate(lines):
active_player = tracker.get_active_player(line)
if active_player == tracker.current_player():
targ_obj = ret
targ_obj = opp_turn_info[names_list[active_player]]
has_trashing = KW_TRASHING in line
has_trashes = KW_TRASHES in line
has_gaining = KW_GAINING in line
orig_buys_len = len(targ_obj.get('buys', []))
orig_gains_len = len(targ_obj.get('gains', []))
did_trading_post_gain = False
if has_trashes:
if has_gaining:
# Trading post turn, first trashes, then gaining
gain_start = line.find(KW_GAINING)
did_trading_post_gain = True
if KW_WITH_A in line:
if KW_REPLACING in line:
new_gained_portion = line[line.find(KW_WITH_A):]
if KW_PLAYS in line or KW_PLAYING in line:
if has_gaining and not did_trading_post_gain:
if KW_ANOTHER_ONE in line: # mints a gold gaining another one
# gaining always associated with current player?
if KW_BUYS in line:
if KW_GAINS_THE in line:
if has_trashing:
if KW_REVEALS in lines[line_idx - 1] and not KW_DRAWS in line:
targ_obj['trashes'].extend(capture_cards(lines[line_idx - 1]))
if KW_REVEALING in line or KW_REVEALS in line:
# reveals watchtower trashing ...
# noble brigand reveals xx, yy and treashes yy
trashed = capture_cards(line[line.find(KW_TRASHING):])
rest = line
if KW_GAINING in line:
rest = line[:line.find(KW_GAINING)]
if KW_GAINS_A in line or KW_GAMES_A in line:
if KW_TOKEN in line:
assert 'Pirate Ship' in capture_cards(line)
ps_tokens += 1
rest = line[max(line.find(KW_GAINS_A), line.find(KW_GAMES_A)):]
if KW_IS_TRASHED in line:
# Saboteur after revealing cards, name not mentioned on this line.
cards = capture_cards(line)
if KW_REVEALS in line:
card_revealed = capture_cards(line)
# arg, ambassador requires looking at the next line to figure
# out how many copies were returned
if (card_revealed and line_idx + 1 < len(lines) and
KW_RETURNING in lines[line_idx + 1] and not
KW_REVEALING in lines[line_idx + 1]):
next_line = lines[line_idx + 1]
num_copies = 1
num_copies_match =
if num_copies_match:
num_copies = int(
returns.extend(card_revealed * num_copies)
if KW_REVEALING in line and KW_TO_THE_SUPPLY in line:
# old style ambassador line
if KW_GETTING in line or KW_GETS in line or KW_GET in line:
money_match =
if money_match:
turn_money += int(
if KW_WHICH_IS_WORTH in line:
worth_match =
assert bool(worth_match), line
turn_money += int(
if u'' in line:
vp_tokens += int('num'))
if KW_INSTEAD in line and not KW_WISHING in line and 'Trader' in line:
if 'buy_or_gain' in targ_obj:
targ_list = targ_obj[targ_obj['buy_or_gain']]
non_silver_ind = len(targ_list) - 1
while (non_silver_ind >= 0 and
targ_list[non_silver_ind] == 'Silver'):
non_silver_ind -= 1
# This shouldn't work when there is no non-silver, but then
# non_silver_ind == -1 if there is no non-silver,
# which magically pops the last item. <3 guido.
assert 'Ill-Gotten Gains' in plays, (
"line %s: line\n, targ_obj: %s\n context: %s" % (
line, str(targ_obj),
'\n'.join(lines[line_idx - 2: line_idx + 2])))
now_buys_len = len(targ_obj.get('buys', []))
now_gains_len = len(targ_obj.get('gains', []))
if now_buys_len > orig_buys_len:
targ_obj['buy_or_gain'] = 'buys'
if now_gains_len > orig_gains_len:
targ_obj['buy_or_gain'] = 'gains'
assert not (now_buys_len > orig_buys_len and
now_gains_len > orig_gains_len)
def _delete_if_exists(d, n):
if n in d:
del d[n]
_delete_if_exists(ret, 'buy_or_gain')
if poss:
possessee_info = opp_turn_info[possessee_name]
for k in ['gains', 'trashes']:
_delete_if_exists(possessee_info, k)
possessee_info['vp_token'], vp_tokens = vp_tokens, 0
possessee_info['returns'], returns = returns, []
ret['buys'] = [] # buys handled by possesion gain line.
for opp in opp_turn_info.keys():
_delete_if_exists(opp_turn_info[opp], 'buy_or_gain')
ret.update({'name': names_list[tracker.current_player()],
'plays': plays , 'returns': returns,
'money': count_money(plays) + turn_money,
'vp_tokens': vp_tokens, 'ps_tokens': ps_tokens,
'poss': poss, 'outpost': outpost,
'opp': dict(opp_turn_info)})
return ret
def split_turns(turns_blob):
""" Given a string of game play data, return a list of turn strings
separated by turn headers."""
turn_texts = ['']
for line in turns_blob.split('\n'):
turn_texts.append(line + '\n')
except ParseTurnHeaderError, e:
turn_texts[-1] += line + '\n'
return [t for t in turn_texts if t]
def parse_turns(turns_blob, names_list):
""" Return a list of turn objects, as documented by parse_turn(). """
return [parse_turn(text, names_list) for text in split_turns(turns_blob)]
def outer_parse_game(filename):
""" Parse game from filename. """
contents =, 'r', encoding='utf-8').read()
if not contents:
# print 'empty game'
return None
if '<b>game aborted' in contents:
# print 'skipping aborted game', filename
return None
parsed = parse_game(contents, dubious_check = True)
parsed['_id'] = filename.split('/')[-1]
return parsed
except BogusGameError, bogus_game_exception:
# print 'skipped', filename, 'because', bogus_game_exception.reason
return None
except ParseTurnHeaderError, p:
print 'parse turn header error', p, filename
except AssertionError, e:
print filename
raise e
def segments(lis, chunk_size):
""" Return an iterator over sublists whose size matches chunk_size. """
for i in xrange(0, len(lis), chunk_size):
yield lis[i:i + chunk_size]
def dump_segment(arg_tuple):
""" Write a json serialized version of games to to name determined by
arg tuple. arg_tuple is in this annoying format for compatibility with
idx, year_month_day, segment = arg_tuple
out_name = 'parsed_out/%s-%d.json' % (year_month_day, idx)
json.dump(segment, open(out_name, 'w'), indent=2, sort_keys=True)
def convert_to_json(year_month_day, games_to_parse = None):
""" Parse the games in for given year_month_day and output them
into split local files. Each local file should contain 100 games or
less, and be smaller than 4 MB, for easy import into mongodb.
year_month_day: string in yyyymmdd format encoding date
games_to_parse: if given, use these games rather than all files in dir.
if games_to_parse is None:
games_to_parse = os.listdir('static/scrape_data/' + year_month_day)
games_to_parse = ['static/scrape_data/' + year_month_day + '/' + g
for g in games_to_parse if g.endswith('html')]
if not games_to_parse:
print 'no data files to parse in ', year_month_day
print len(games_to_parse), 'games to parse in', year_month_day
#games_to_parse = games_to_parse[:5000]
pool = multiprocessing.Pool()
parsed_games =, games_to_parse, chunksize=50)
#parsed_games = map(outer_parse_game, games_to_parse)
print year_month_day, 'before filtering', len(parsed_games)
parsed_games = [x for x in parsed_games if x]
print year_month_day, 'after filtering', len(parsed_games)
game_segments = list(segments(parsed_games, 100))
labelled_segments = [(i, year_month_day, c) for i, c in
enumerate(game_segments)], labelled_segments)
#map(dump_segment, labelled_segments)
def track_brokenness(parsed_games):
"""Print some summary statistics about cards that cause bad parses."""
wrongness = collections.defaultdict(int)
overall = collections.defaultdict(int)
for raw_game in parsed_games:
accurately_parsed = check_game_sanity(game.Game(raw_game), sys.stdout)
#if not accurately_parsed:
# print raw_game['_id']
for card in raw_game['supply']:
if not accurately_parsed:
wrongness[card] += 1
overall[card] += 1
ratios = []
for card in overall:
ratios.append(((float(wrongness[card]) / overall[card]), card))
if ratios[-1][0] > 0:
print ratios[-10:]
print 'perfect parsing!'
def parse_game_from_file(filename):
""" Return a parsed version of a given filename. """
contents =, 'r', encoding='utf-8').read()
return parse_game(contents, dubious_check = True)
def check_game_sanity(game_val, output):
""" Check if if game_val is self consistent.
In particular, check that the end game player decks match the result of
simulating deck interactions saved in game val."""
supply = game_val.get_supply()
# ignore known bugs.
if set(supply).intersection(['Masquerade', 'Black Market', 'Trader']):
return True
# TODO: add score sanity checking here
last_state = None
game_state_iterator = game_val.game_state_iterator()
for game_state in game_state_iterator:
last_state = game_state
for player_deck in game_val.get_player_decks():
parsed_deck_comp = player_deck.Deck()
computed_deck_comp = last_state.get_deck_composition(
computed_dict_comp = dict(computed_deck_comp)
if parsed_deck_comp != computed_deck_comp:
found_something_wrong = False
for card in set(parsed_deck_comp.keys() +
if parsed_deck_comp.get(card, 0) != computed_deck_comp.get(
card, 0):
if not found_something_wrong:
output.write('card from-data from-sim\n')
output.write('%s %d %d\n' % (
card, parsed_deck_comp.get(card, 0),
computed_deck_comp.get(card, 0)))
found_something_wrong = True
if found_something_wrong:
output.write('%s %s\n' % (, game_val.get_id()))
output.write(' '.join(game_val.get_supply()))
except UnicodeEncodeError, e:
return False
return True
def main():
#print AnnotateGame(, 'r', encoding='utf-8').read()).encode(
# 'utf-8')
args = utils.incremental_date_range_cmd_line_parser().parse_args()
print args
days = os.listdir('static/scrape_data')
for year_month_day in days:
if not utils.includes_day(args, year_month_day):
if args.incremental and os.path.exists(
'parsed_out/%s-0.json' % year_month_day):
print 'skipping', year_month_day, 'because already done'
print 'trying', year_month_day
except ParseTurnHeaderError, e:
print e
# def profilemain():
# import hotshot, hotshot.stats
# prof = hotshot.Profile("")
# prof.runcall(t)
# prof.close()
# stats = hotshot.stats.load("")
# stats.strip_dirs()
# stats.sort_stats('time', 'calls')
# stats.print_stats(20)
if __name__ == '__main__':
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