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import re
import csv
import logging
from cStringIO import StringIO as BytesIO
except ImportError:
from io import BytesIO
from io import StringIO
import six
from scrapy.http import TextResponse, Response
from scrapy.selector import Selector
from scrapy.utils.python import re_rsearch, to_unicode
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
def xmliter(obj, nodename):
"""Return a iterator of Selector's over all nodes of a XML document,
given the name of the node to iterate. Useful for parsing XML feeds.
obj can be:
- a Response object
- a unicode string
- a string encoded as utf-8
nodename_patt = re.escape(nodename)
HEADER_START_RE = re.compile(r'^(.*?)<\s*%s(?:\s|>)' % nodename_patt, re.S)
HEADER_END_RE = re.compile(r'<\s*/%s\s*>' % nodename_patt, re.S)
text = _body_or_str(obj)
header_start =, text)
header_start = if header_start else ''
header_end = re_rsearch(HEADER_END_RE, text)
header_end = text[header_end[1]:].strip() if header_end else ''
r = re.compile(r'<%(np)s[\s>].*?</%(np)s>' % {'np': nodename_patt}, re.DOTALL)
for match in r.finditer(text):
nodetext = header_start + + header_end
yield Selector(text=nodetext, type='xml').xpath('//' + nodename)[0]
def xmliter_lxml(obj, nodename, namespace=None, prefix='x'):
from lxml import etree
reader = _StreamReader(obj)
tag = '{%s}%s' % (namespace, nodename) if namespace else nodename
iterable = etree.iterparse(reader, tag=tag, encoding=reader.encoding)
selxpath = '//' + ('%s:%s' % (prefix, nodename) if namespace else nodename)
for _, node in iterable:
nodetext = etree.tostring(node, encoding='unicode')
xs = Selector(text=nodetext, type='xml')
if namespace:
xs.register_namespace(prefix, namespace)
yield xs.xpath(selxpath)[0]
class _StreamReader(object):
def __init__(self, obj):
self._ptr = 0
if isinstance(obj, Response):
self._text, self.encoding = obj.body, obj.encoding
self._text, self.encoding = obj, 'utf-8'
self._is_unicode = isinstance(self._text, six.text_type)
def read(self, n=65535): = self._read_unicode if self._is_unicode else self._read_string
def _read_string(self, n=65535):
s, e = self._ptr, self._ptr + n
self._ptr = e
return self._text[s:e]
def _read_unicode(self, n=65535):
s, e = self._ptr, self._ptr + n
self._ptr = e
return self._text[s:e].encode('utf-8')
def csviter(obj, delimiter=None, headers=None, encoding=None, quotechar=None):
""" Returns an iterator of dictionaries from the given csv object
obj can be:
- a Response object
- a unicode string
- a string encoded as utf-8
delimiter is the character used to separate fields on the given obj.
headers is an iterable that when provided offers the keys
for the returned dictionaries, if not the first row is used.
quotechar is the character used to enclosure fields on the given obj.
encoding = obj.encoding if isinstance(obj, TextResponse) else encoding or 'utf-8'
def row_to_unicode(row_):
return [to_unicode(field, encoding) for field in row_]
# Python 3 csv reader input object needs to return strings
if six.PY3:
lines = StringIO(_body_or_str(obj, unicode=True))
lines = BytesIO(_body_or_str(obj, unicode=False))
kwargs = {}
if delimiter: kwargs["delimiter"] = delimiter
if quotechar: kwargs["quotechar"] = quotechar
csv_r = csv.reader(lines, **kwargs)
if not headers:
row = next(csv_r)
except StopIteration:
headers = row_to_unicode(row)
for row in csv_r:
row = row_to_unicode(row)
if len(row) != len(headers):
logger.warning("ignoring row %(csvlnum)d (length: %(csvrow)d, "
"should be: %(csvheader)d)",
{'csvlnum': csv_r.line_num, 'csvrow': len(row),
'csvheader': len(headers)})
yield dict(zip(headers, row))
def _body_or_str(obj, unicode=True):
expected_types = (Response, six.text_type, six.binary_type)
assert isinstance(obj, expected_types), \
"obj must be %s, not %s" % (
" or ".join(t.__name__ for t in expected_types),
if isinstance(obj, Response):
if not unicode:
return obj.body
elif isinstance(obj, TextResponse):
return obj.text
return obj.body.decode('utf-8')
elif isinstance(obj, six.text_type):
return obj if unicode else obj.encode('utf-8')
return obj.decode('utf-8') if unicode else obj