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Utilities for working with strings and text.
# Copyright (C) 2008-2011 The IPython Development Team
# Distributed under the terms of the BSD License. The full license is in
# the file COPYING, distributed as part of this software.
# Imports
import __main__
import locale
import os
import re
import shutil
import sys
import textwrap
from string import Formatter
from IPython.external.path import path
from IPython.testing.skipdoctest import skip_doctest_py3
from IPython.utils import py3compat
from IPython.utils.io import nlprint
from IPython.utils.data import flatten
# Code
# Less conservative replacement for sys.getdefaultencoding, that will try
# to match the environment.
# Defined here as central function, so if we find better choices, we
# won't need to make changes all over IPython.
def getdefaultencoding():
"""Return IPython's guess for the default encoding for bytes as text.
Asks for stdin.encoding first, to match the calling Terminal, but that
is often None for subprocesses. Fall back on locale.getpreferredencoding()
which should be a sensible platform default (that respects LANG environment),
and finally to sys.getdefaultencoding() which is the most conservative option,
and usually ASCII.
enc = py3compat.get_stream_enc(sys.stdin)
if not enc or enc=='ascii':
# There are reports of getpreferredencoding raising errors
# in some cases, which may well be fixed, but let's be conservative here.
enc = locale.getpreferredencoding()
except Exception:
return enc or sys.getdefaultencoding()
def unquote_ends(istr):
"""Remove a single pair of quotes from the endpoints of a string."""
if not istr:
return istr
if (istr[0]=="'" and istr[-1]=="'") or \
(istr[0]=='"' and istr[-1]=='"'):
return istr[1:-1]
return istr
class LSString(str):
"""String derivative with a special access attributes.
These are normal strings, but with the special attributes:
.l (or .list) : value as list (split on newlines).
.n (or .nlstr): original value (the string itself).
.s (or .spstr): value as whitespace-separated string.
.p (or .paths): list of path objects
Any values which require transformations are computed only once and
Such strings are very useful to efficiently interact with the shell, which
typically only understands whitespace-separated options for commands."""
def get_list(self):
return self.__list
except AttributeError:
self.__list = self.split('\n')
return self.__list
l = list = property(get_list)
def get_spstr(self):
return self.__spstr
except AttributeError:
self.__spstr = self.replace('\n',' ')
return self.__spstr
s = spstr = property(get_spstr)
def get_nlstr(self):
return self
n = nlstr = property(get_nlstr)
def get_paths(self):
return self.__paths
except AttributeError:
self.__paths = [path(p) for p in self.split('\n') if os.path.exists(p)]
return self.__paths
p = paths = property(get_paths)
# FIXME: We need to reimplement type specific displayhook and then add this
# back as a custom printer. This should also be moved outside utils into the
# core.
# def print_lsstring(arg):
# """ Prettier (non-repr-like) and more informative printer for LSString """
# print "LSString (.p, .n, .l, .s available). Value:"
# print arg
# print_lsstring = result_display.when_type(LSString)(print_lsstring)
class SList(list):
"""List derivative with a special access attributes.
These are normal lists, but with the special attributes:
.l (or .list) : value as list (the list itself).
.n (or .nlstr): value as a string, joined on newlines.
.s (or .spstr): value as a string, joined on spaces.
.p (or .paths): list of path objects
Any values which require transformations are computed only once and
def get_list(self):
return self
l = list = property(get_list)
def get_spstr(self):
return self.__spstr
except AttributeError:
self.__spstr = ' '.join(self)
return self.__spstr
s = spstr = property(get_spstr)
def get_nlstr(self):
return self.__nlstr
except AttributeError:
self.__nlstr = '\n'.join(self)
return self.__nlstr
n = nlstr = property(get_nlstr)
def get_paths(self):
return self.__paths
except AttributeError:
self.__paths = [path(p) for p in self if os.path.exists(p)]
return self.__paths
p = paths = property(get_paths)
def grep(self, pattern, prune = False, field = None):
""" Return all strings matching 'pattern' (a regex or callable)
This is case-insensitive. If prune is true, return all items
NOT matching the pattern.
If field is specified, the match must occur in the specified
whitespace-separated field.
a.grep( lambda x: x.startswith('C') )
a.grep('Cha.*log', prune=1)
a.grep('chm', field=-1)
def match_target(s):
if field is None:
return s
parts = s.split()
tgt = parts[field]
return tgt
except IndexError:
return ""
if isinstance(pattern, basestring):
pred = lambda x : re.search(pattern, x, re.IGNORECASE)
pred = pattern
if not prune:
return SList([el for el in self if pred(match_target(el))])
return SList([el for el in self if not pred(match_target(el))])
def fields(self, *fields):
""" Collect whitespace-separated fields from string list
Allows quick awk-like usage of string lists.
Example data (in var a, created by 'a = !ls -l')::
-rwxrwxrwx 1 ville None 18 Dec 14 2006 ChangeLog
drwxrwxrwx+ 6 ville None 0 Oct 24 18:05 IPython
a.fields(0) is ['-rwxrwxrwx', 'drwxrwxrwx+']
a.fields(1,0) is ['1 -rwxrwxrwx', '6 drwxrwxrwx+']
(note the joining by space).
a.fields(-1) is ['ChangeLog', 'IPython']
IndexErrors are ignored.
Without args, fields() just split()'s the strings.
if len(fields) == 0:
return [el.split() for el in self]
res = SList()
for el in [f.split() for f in self]:
lineparts = []
for fd in fields:
except IndexError:
if lineparts:
res.append(" ".join(lineparts))
return res
def sort(self,field= None, nums = False):
""" sort by specified fields (see fields())
a.sort(1, nums = True)
Sorts a by second field, in numerical order (so that 21 > 3)
#decorate, sort, undecorate
if field is not None:
dsu = [[SList([line]).fields(field), line] for line in self]
dsu = [[line, line] for line in self]
if nums:
for i in range(len(dsu)):
numstr = "".join([ch for ch in dsu[i][0] if ch.isdigit()])
n = int(numstr)
except ValueError:
n = 0;
dsu[i][0] = n
return SList([t[1] for t in dsu])
# FIXME: We need to reimplement type specific displayhook and then add this
# back as a custom printer. This should also be moved outside utils into the
# core.
# def print_slist(arg):
# """ Prettier (non-repr-like) and more informative printer for SList """
# print "SList (.p, .n, .l, .s, .grep(), .fields(), sort() available):"
# if hasattr(arg, 'hideonce') and arg.hideonce:
# arg.hideonce = False
# return
# nlprint(arg)
# print_slist = result_display.when_type(SList)(print_slist)
def esc_quotes(strng):
"""Return the input string with single and double quotes escaped out"""
return strng.replace('"','\\"').replace("'","\\'")
def qw(words,flat=0,sep=None,maxsplit=-1):
"""Similar to Perl's qw() operator, but with some more options.
qw(words,flat=0,sep=' ',maxsplit=-1) -> words.split(sep,maxsplit)
words can also be a list itself, and with flat=1, the output will be
recursively flattened.
>>> qw('1 2')
['1', '2']
>>> qw(['a b','1 2',['m n','p q']])
[['a', 'b'], ['1', '2'], [['m', 'n'], ['p', 'q']]]
>>> qw(['a b','1 2',['m n','p q']],flat=1)
['a', 'b', '1', '2', 'm', 'n', 'p', 'q']
if isinstance(words, basestring):
return [word.strip() for word in words.split(sep,maxsplit)
if word and not word.isspace() ]
if flat:
return flatten(map(qw,words,[1]*len(words)))
return map(qw,words)
def qwflat(words,sep=None,maxsplit=-1):
"""Calls qw(words) in flat mode. It's just a convenient shorthand."""
return qw(words,1,sep,maxsplit)
def qw_lol(indata):
"""qw_lol('a b') -> [['a','b']],
otherwise it's just a call to qw().
We need this to make sure the modules_some keys *always* end up as a
list of lists."""
if isinstance(indata, basestring):
return [qw(indata)]
return qw(indata)
def grep(pat,list,case=1):
"""Simple minded grep-like function.
grep(pat,list) returns occurrences of pat in list, None on failure.
It only does simple string matching, with no support for regexps. Use the
option case=0 for case-insensitive matching."""
# This is pretty crude. At least it should implement copying only references
# to the original data in case it's big. Now it copies the data for output.
if case:
for term in list:
if term.find(pat)>-1: out.append(term)
for term in list:
if term.lower().find(lpat)>-1: out.append(term)
if len(out): return out
else: return None
def dgrep(pat,*opts):
"""Return grep() on dir()+dir(__builtins__).
A very common use of grep() when working interactively."""
return grep(pat,dir(__main__)+dir(__main__.__builtins__),*opts)
def idgrep(pat):
"""Case-insensitive dgrep()"""
return dgrep(pat,0)
def igrep(pat,list):
"""Synonym for case-insensitive grep."""
return grep(pat,list,case=0)
def indent(instr,nspaces=4, ntabs=0, flatten=False):
"""Indent a string a given number of spaces or tabstops.
indent(str,nspaces=4,ntabs=0) -> indent str by ntabs+nspaces.
instr : basestring
The string to be indented.
nspaces : int (default: 4)
The number of spaces to be indented.
ntabs : int (default: 0)
The number of tabs to be indented.
flatten : bool (default: False)
Whether to scrub existing indentation. If True, all lines will be
aligned to the same indentation. If False, existing indentation will
be strictly increased.
str|unicode : string indented by ntabs and nspaces.
if instr is None:
ind = '\t'*ntabs+' '*nspaces
if flatten:
pat = re.compile(r'^\s*', re.MULTILINE)
pat = re.compile(r'^', re.MULTILINE)
outstr = re.sub(pat, ind, instr)
if outstr.endswith(os.linesep+ind):
return outstr[:-len(ind)]
return outstr
def native_line_ends(filename,backup=1):
"""Convert (in-place) a file to line-ends native to the current OS.
If the optional backup argument is given as false, no backup of the
original file is left. """
backup_suffixes = {'posix':'~','dos':'.bak','nt':'.bak','mac':'.bak'}
bak_filename = filename + backup_suffixes[os.name]
original = open(filename).read()
new = open(filename,'wb')
new.write(os.linesep) # ALWAYS put an eol at the end of the file
if not backup:
def list_strings(arg):
"""Always return a list of strings, given a string or list of strings
as input.
In [7]: list_strings('A single string')
Out[7]: ['A single string']
In [8]: list_strings(['A single string in a list'])
Out[8]: ['A single string in a list']
In [9]: list_strings(['A','list','of','strings'])
Out[9]: ['A', 'list', 'of', 'strings']
if isinstance(arg,basestring): return [arg]
else: return arg
def marquee(txt='',width=78,mark='*'):
"""Return the input string centered in a 'marquee'.
In [16]: marquee('A test',40)
Out[16]: '**************** A test ****************'
In [17]: marquee('A test',40,'-')
Out[17]: '---------------- A test ----------------'
In [18]: marquee('A test',40,' ')
Out[18]: ' A test '
if not txt:
return (mark*width)[:width]
nmark = (width-len(txt)-2)//len(mark)//2
if nmark < 0: nmark =0
marks = mark*nmark
return '%s %s %s' % (marks,txt,marks)
ini_spaces_re = re.compile(r'^(\s+)')
def num_ini_spaces(strng):
"""Return the number of initial spaces in a string"""
ini_spaces = ini_spaces_re.match(strng)
if ini_spaces:
return ini_spaces.end()
return 0
def format_screen(strng):
"""Format a string for screen printing.
This removes some latex-type format codes."""
# Paragraph continue
par_re = re.compile(r'\\$',re.MULTILINE)
strng = par_re.sub('',strng)
return strng
def dedent(text):
"""Equivalent of textwrap.dedent that ignores unindented first line.
This means it will still dedent strings like:
is a bar
For use in wrap_paragraphs.
if text.startswith('\n'):
# text starts with blank line, don't ignore the first line
return textwrap.dedent(text)
# split first line
splits = text.split('\n',1)
if len(splits) == 1:
# only one line
return textwrap.dedent(text)
first, rest = splits
# dedent everything but the first line
rest = textwrap.dedent(rest)
return '\n'.join([first, rest])
def wrap_paragraphs(text, ncols=80):
"""Wrap multiple paragraphs to fit a specified width.
This is equivalent to textwrap.wrap, but with support for multiple
paragraphs, as separated by empty lines.
list of complete paragraphs, wrapped to fill `ncols` columns.
paragraph_re = re.compile(r'\n(\s*\n)+', re.MULTILINE)
text = dedent(text).strip()
paragraphs = paragraph_re.split(text)[::2] # every other entry is space
out_ps = []
indent_re = re.compile(r'\n\s+', re.MULTILINE)
for p in paragraphs:
# presume indentation that survives dedent is meaningful formatting,
# so don't fill unless text is flush.
if indent_re.search(p) is None:
# wrap paragraph
p = textwrap.fill(p, ncols)
return out_ps
class EvalFormatter(Formatter):
"""A String Formatter that allows evaluation of simple expressions.
Note that this version interprets a : as specifying a format string (as per
standard string formatting), so if slicing is required, you must explicitly
create a slice.
This is to be used in templating cases, such as the parallel batch
script templates, where simple arithmetic on arguments is useful.
In [1]: f = EvalFormatter()
In [2]: f.format('{n//4}', n=8)
Out [2]: '2'
In [3]: f.format("{greeting[slice(2,4)]}", greeting="Hello")
Out [3]: 'll'
def get_field(self, name, args, kwargs):
v = eval(name, kwargs)
return v, name
class FullEvalFormatter(Formatter):
"""A String Formatter that allows evaluation of simple expressions.
Any time a format key is not found in the kwargs,
it will be tried as an expression in the kwargs namespace.
Note that this version allows slicing using [1:2], so you cannot specify
a format string. Use :class:`EvalFormatter` to permit format strings.
In [1]: f = FullEvalFormatter()
In [2]: f.format('{n//4}', n=8)
Out[2]: u'2'
In [3]: f.format('{list(range(5))[2:4]}')
Out[3]: u'[2, 3]'
In [4]: f.format('{3*2}')
Out[4]: u'6'
# copied from Formatter._vformat with minor changes to allow eval
# and replace the format_spec code with slicing
def _vformat(self, format_string, args, kwargs, used_args, recursion_depth):
if recursion_depth < 0:
raise ValueError('Max string recursion exceeded')
result = []
for literal_text, field_name, format_spec, conversion in \
# output the literal text
if literal_text:
# if there's a field, output it
if field_name is not None:
# this is some markup, find the object and do
# the formatting
if format_spec:
# override format spec, to allow slicing:
field_name = ':'.join([field_name, format_spec])
# eval the contents of the field for the object
# to be formatted
obj = eval(field_name, kwargs)
# do any conversion on the resulting object
obj = self.convert_field(obj, conversion)
# format the object and append to the result
result.append(self.format_field(obj, ''))
return u''.join(py3compat.cast_unicode(s) for s in result)
class DollarFormatter(FullEvalFormatter):
"""Formatter allowing Itpl style $foo replacement, for names and attribute
access only. Standard {foo} replacement also works, and allows full
evaluation of its arguments.
In [1]: f = DollarFormatter()
In [2]: f.format('{n//4}', n=8)
Out[2]: u'2'
In [3]: f.format('23 * 76 is $result', result=23*76)
Out[3]: u'23 * 76 is 1748'
In [4]: f.format('$a or {b}', a=1, b=2)
Out[4]: u'1 or 2'
_dollar_pattern = re.compile("(.*?)\$(\$?[\w\.]+)")
def parse(self, fmt_string):
for literal_txt, field_name, format_spec, conversion \
in Formatter.parse(self, fmt_string):
# Find $foo patterns in the literal text.
continue_from = 0
txt = ""
for m in self._dollar_pattern.finditer(literal_txt):
new_txt, new_field = m.group(1,2)
# $$foo --> $foo
if new_field.startswith("$"):
txt += new_txt + new_field
yield (txt + new_txt, new_field, "", None)
txt = ""
continue_from = m.end()
# Re-yield the {foo} style pattern
yield (txt + literal_txt[continue_from:], field_name, format_spec, conversion)
def columnize(items, separator=' ', displaywidth=80):
""" Transform a list of strings into a single string with columns.
items : sequence of strings
The strings to process.
separator : str, optional [default is two spaces]
The string that separates columns.
displaywidth : int, optional [default is 80]
Width of the display in number of characters.
The formatted string.
# Note: this code is adapted from columnize 0.3.2.
# See http://code.google.com/p/pycolumnize/
# Some degenerate cases.
size = len(items)
if size == 0:
return '\n'
elif size == 1:
return '%s\n' % items[0]
# Special case: if any item is longer than the maximum width, there's no
# point in triggering the logic below...
item_len = map(len, items) # save these, we can reuse them below
longest = max(item_len)
if longest >= displaywidth:
return '\n'.join(items+[''])
# Try every row count from 1 upwards
array_index = lambda nrows, row, col: nrows*col + row
for nrows in range(1, size):
ncols = (size + nrows - 1) // nrows
colwidths = []
totwidth = -len(separator)
for col in range(ncols):
# Get max column width for this column
colwidth = 0
for row in range(nrows):
i = array_index(nrows, row, col)
if i >= size: break
x, len_x = items[i], item_len[i]
colwidth = max(colwidth, len_x)
totwidth += colwidth + len(separator)
if totwidth > displaywidth:
if totwidth <= displaywidth:
# The smallest number of rows computed and the max widths for each
# column has been obtained. Now we just have to format each of the rows.
string = ''
for row in range(nrows):
texts = []
for col in range(ncols):
i = row + nrows*col
if i >= size:
while texts and not texts[-1]:
del texts[-1]
for col in range(len(texts)):
texts[col] = texts[col].ljust(colwidths[col])
string += '%s\n' % separator.join(texts)
return string