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ptutils.py
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"""prompt-toolkit utilities
Everything in this module is a private API,
not to be used outside IPython.
"""
# Copyright (c) IPython Development Team.
# Distributed under the terms of the Modified BSD License.
import unicodedata
from wcwidth import wcwidth
from IPython.core.completer import (
provisionalcompleter, cursor_to_position,
_deduplicate_completions)
from prompt_toolkit.completion import Completer, Completion
from prompt_toolkit.lexers import Lexer
from prompt_toolkit.lexers import PygmentsLexer
from prompt_toolkit.patch_stdout import patch_stdout
import pygments.lexers as pygments_lexers
import os
import sys
import traceback
_completion_sentinel = object()
def _elide_point(string:str, *, min_elide=30)->str:
"""
If a string is long enough, and has at least 3 dots,
replace the middle part with ellipses.
If a string naming a file is long enough, and has at least 3 slashes,
replace the middle part with ellipses.
If three consecutive dots, or two consecutive dots are encountered these are
replaced by the equivalents HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS or TWO DOT LEADER unicode
equivalents
"""
string = string.replace('...','\N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS}')
string = string.replace('..','\N{TWO DOT LEADER}')
if len(string) < min_elide:
return string
object_parts = string.split('.')
file_parts = string.split(os.sep)
if file_parts[-1] == '':
file_parts.pop()
if len(object_parts) > 3:
return '{}.{}\N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS}{}.{}'.format(object_parts[0], object_parts[1][0], object_parts[-2][-1], object_parts[-1])
elif len(file_parts) > 3:
return ('{}' + os.sep + '{}\N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS}{}' + os.sep + '{}').format(file_parts[0], file_parts[1][0], file_parts[-2][-1], file_parts[-1])
return string
def _elide_typed(string:str, typed:str, *, min_elide:int=30)->str:
"""
Elide the middle of a long string if the beginning has already been typed.
"""
if len(string) < min_elide:
return string
cut_how_much = len(typed)-3
if cut_how_much < 7:
return string
if string.startswith(typed) and len(string)> len(typed):
return f"{string[:3]}\N{HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS}{string[cut_how_much:]}"
return string
def _elide(string:str, typed:str, min_elide=30)->str:
return _elide_typed(
_elide_point(string, min_elide=min_elide),
typed, min_elide=min_elide)
def _adjust_completion_text_based_on_context(text, body, offset):
if text.endswith('=') and len(body) > offset and body[offset] == '=':
return text[:-1]
else:
return text
class IPythonPTCompleter(Completer):
"""Adaptor to provide IPython completions to prompt_toolkit"""
def __init__(self, ipy_completer=None, shell=None):
if shell is None and ipy_completer is None:
raise TypeError("Please pass shell=an InteractiveShell instance.")
self._ipy_completer = ipy_completer
self.shell = shell
@property
def ipy_completer(self):
if self._ipy_completer:
return self._ipy_completer
else:
return self.shell.Completer
def get_completions(self, document, complete_event):
if not document.current_line.strip():
return
# Some bits of our completion system may print stuff (e.g. if a module
# is imported). This context manager ensures that doesn't interfere with
# the prompt.
with patch_stdout(), provisionalcompleter():
body = document.text
cursor_row = document.cursor_position_row
cursor_col = document.cursor_position_col
cursor_position = document.cursor_position
offset = cursor_to_position(body, cursor_row, cursor_col)
try:
yield from self._get_completions(body, offset, cursor_position, self.ipy_completer)
except Exception as e:
try:
exc_type, exc_value, exc_tb = sys.exc_info()
traceback.print_exception(exc_type, exc_value, exc_tb)
except AttributeError:
print('Unrecoverable Error in completions')
@staticmethod
def _get_completions(body, offset, cursor_position, ipyc):
"""
Private equivalent of get_completions() use only for unit_testing.
"""
debug = getattr(ipyc, 'debug', False)
completions = _deduplicate_completions(
body, ipyc.completions(body, offset))
for c in completions:
if not c.text:
# Guard against completion machinery giving us an empty string.
continue
text = unicodedata.normalize('NFC', c.text)
# When the first character of the completion has a zero length,
# then it's probably a decomposed unicode character. E.g. caused by
# the "\dot" completion. Try to compose again with the previous
# character.
if wcwidth(text[0]) == 0:
if cursor_position + c.start > 0:
char_before = body[c.start - 1]
fixed_text = unicodedata.normalize(
'NFC', char_before + text)
# Yield the modified completion instead, if this worked.
if wcwidth(text[0:1]) == 1:
yield Completion(fixed_text, start_position=c.start - offset - 1)
continue
# TODO: Use Jedi to determine meta_text
# (Jedi currently has a bug that results in incorrect information.)
# meta_text = ''
# yield Completion(m, start_position=start_pos,
# display_meta=meta_text)
display_text = c.text
adjusted_text = _adjust_completion_text_based_on_context(c.text, body, offset)
if c.type == 'function':
yield Completion(adjusted_text, start_position=c.start - offset, display=_elide(display_text+'()', body[c.start:c.end]), display_meta=c.type+c.signature)
else:
yield Completion(adjusted_text, start_position=c.start - offset, display=_elide(display_text, body[c.start:c.end]), display_meta=c.type)
class IPythonPTLexer(Lexer):
"""
Wrapper around PythonLexer and BashLexer.
"""
def __init__(self):
l = pygments_lexers
self.python_lexer = PygmentsLexer(l.Python3Lexer)
self.shell_lexer = PygmentsLexer(l.BashLexer)
self.magic_lexers = {
'HTML': PygmentsLexer(l.HtmlLexer),
'html': PygmentsLexer(l.HtmlLexer),
'javascript': PygmentsLexer(l.JavascriptLexer),
'js': PygmentsLexer(l.JavascriptLexer),
'perl': PygmentsLexer(l.PerlLexer),
'ruby': PygmentsLexer(l.RubyLexer),
'latex': PygmentsLexer(l.TexLexer),
}
def lex_document(self, document):
text = document.text.lstrip()
lexer = self.python_lexer
if text.startswith('!') or text.startswith('%%bash'):
lexer = self.shell_lexer
elif text.startswith('%%'):
for magic, l in self.magic_lexers.items():
if text.startswith('%%' + magic):
lexer = l
break
return lexer.lex_document(document)