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tokenutil.py
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"""Token-related utilities"""
# Copyright (c) IPython Development Team.
# Distributed under the terms of the Modified BSD License.
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function
from collections import namedtuple
from io import StringIO
from keyword import iskeyword
from . import tokenize2
from .py3compat import cast_unicode_py2
Token = namedtuple('Token', ['token', 'text', 'start', 'end', 'line'])
def generate_tokens(readline):
"""wrap generate_tokens to catch EOF errors"""
try:
for token in tokenize2.generate_tokens(readline):
yield token
except tokenize2.TokenError:
# catch EOF error
return
def line_at_cursor(cell, cursor_pos=0):
"""Return the line in a cell at a given cursor position
Used for calling line-based APIs that don't support multi-line input, yet.
Parameters
----------
cell: str
multiline block of text
cursor_pos: integer
the cursor position
Returns
-------
(line, offset): (text, integer)
The line with the current cursor, and the character offset of the start of the line.
"""
offset = 0
lines = cell.splitlines(True)
for line in lines:
next_offset = offset + len(line)
if next_offset >= cursor_pos:
break
offset = next_offset
else:
line = ""
return (line, offset)
def token_at_cursor(cell, cursor_pos=0):
"""Get the token at a given cursor
Used for introspection.
Function calls are prioritized, so the token for the callable will be returned
if the cursor is anywhere inside the call.
Parameters
----------
cell : unicode
A block of Python code
cursor_pos : int
The location of the cursor in the block where the token should be found
"""
cell = cast_unicode_py2(cell)
names = []
tokens = []
call_names = []
offsets = {1: 0} # lines start at 1
for tup in generate_tokens(StringIO(cell).readline):
tok = Token(*tup)
# token, text, start, end, line = tup
start_line, start_col = tok.start
end_line, end_col = tok.end
if end_line + 1 not in offsets:
# keep track of offsets for each line
lines = tok.line.splitlines(True)
for lineno, line in zip(range(start_line + 1, end_line + 2), lines):
if lineno not in offsets:
offsets[lineno] = offsets[lineno-1] + len(line)
offset = offsets[start_line]
# allow '|foo' to find 'foo' at the beginning of a line
boundary = cursor_pos + 1 if start_col == 0 else cursor_pos
if offset + start_col >= boundary:
# current token starts after the cursor,
# don't consume it
break
if tok.token == tokenize2.NAME and not iskeyword(tok.text):
if names and tokens and tokens[-1].token == tokenize2.OP and tokens[-1].text == '.':
names[-1] = "%s.%s" % (names[-1], tok.text)
else:
names.append(tok.text)
elif tok.token == tokenize2.OP:
if tok.text == '=' and names:
# don't inspect the lhs of an assignment
names.pop(-1)
if tok.text == '(' and names:
# if we are inside a function call, inspect the function
call_names.append(names[-1])
elif tok.text == ')' and call_names:
call_names.pop(-1)
tokens.append(tok)
if offsets[end_line] + end_col > cursor_pos:
# we found the cursor, stop reading
break
if call_names:
return call_names[-1]
elif names:
return names[-1]
else:
return ''