view MoinMoin/parser/ @ 4363:817d99d715fe

remove direct usage of deprecated sha module - use hashlib, if possible
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Fri, 03 Oct 2008 22:33:35 +0200
parents b4bdfaaa79b0
children 09328e4aab45
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - Base Source Parser

    @copyright: 2002 by Taesu Pyo <>,
                2005 by Oliver Graf <>,
                2005-2008 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann

    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

basic css:

pre.codearea     { font-style: sans-serif; color: #000000; }

pre.codearea span.ID       { color: #000000; }
pre.codearea span.Char     { color: #004080; }
pre.codearea span.Comment  { color: #808080; }
pre.codearea span.Number   { color: #008080; font-weight: bold; }
pre.codearea span.String   { color: #004080; }
pre.codearea span.SPChar   { color: #0000C0; }
pre.codearea span.ResWord  { color: #4040ff; font-weight: bold; }
pre.codearea span.ConsWord { color: #008080; font-weight: bold; }


import re

from MoinMoin import config, wikiutil
from import hash_new

class FormatTextBase:

class FormatBeginLine(FormatTextBase):
    def formatString(self, formatter, word):
        return formatter.code_line(1)

class FormatEndLine(FormatTextBase):
    def formatString(self, formatter, word):
        return formatter.code_line(0)

class FormatText(FormatTextBase):

    def __init__(self, fmt):
        self.fmt = fmt

    def formatString(self, formatter, word):
        return (formatter.code_token(1, self.fmt) +
                formatter.text(word) +
                formatter.code_token(0, self.fmt))

class FormatTextID(FormatTextBase):

    def __init__(self, fmt, icase=False):
        if not isinstance(fmt, FormatText):
            fmt = FormatText(fmt)
        self._ignore_case = icase
        self.fmt = {}

    def setDefaultFormat(self, fmt):
        self._def_fmt = fmt

    def addFormat(self, word, fmt):
        if self._ignore_case:
            word = word.lower()
        self.fmt[word] = fmt

    def formatString(self, formatter, word):
        if self._ignore_case:
            sword = word.lower()
            sword = word
        return self.fmt.get(sword, self._def_fmt).formatString(formatter, word)

class FormattingRuleSingle:

    def __init__(self, name, str_re, icase=False): = name
        self.str_re = str_re

    def getStartRe(self):
        return self.str_re

    def getText(self, parser, hit):
        return hit

class FormattingRulePair:

    def __init__(self, name, str_begin, str_end, icase=False): = name
        self.str_begin = str_begin
        self.str_end = str_end
        re_flags = re.M
        if icase:
            re_flags |= re.I
        self.end_re = re.compile(str_end, re_flags)

    def getStartRe(self):
        return self.str_begin

    def getText(self, parser, hit):
        match =, parser.lastpos)
        if not match:
            next_lastpos = parser.text_len
            next_lastpos = match.end() + (match.end() == parser.lastpos)
        r = parser.text[parser.lastpos:next_lastpos]
        parser.lastpos = next_lastpos
        return hit + r

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------

def parse_start_step(request, args):
    Parses common Colorizer parameters start, step, numbers.
    Uses L{wikiutil.parseAttributes} and sanitizes the results.

    Start and step must be a non negative number and default to 1,
    numbers might be on, off, or none and defaults to on. On or off
    means that numbers are switchable via JavaScript (html formatter),
    disabled means that numbers are disabled completely.

    attrdict is returned as last element in the tuple, to enable the
    calling parser to extract further arguments.

    @param request: a request instance
    @param args: the argument string

    @returns: numbers, start, step, attrdict
    nums, start, step = 1, 1, 1
    attrs, msg = wikiutil.parseAttributes(request, args)
    if not msg:
            start = int(attrs.get('start', '"1"')[1:-1])
        except ValueError:
            step = int(attrs.get('step', '"1"')[1:-1])
        except ValueError:
        if attrs.get('numbers', '"on"')[1:-1].lower() in ('off', 'false', 'no'):
            nums = 0
        elif attrs.get('numbers', '"on"')[1:-1].lower() in ('none', 'disable'):
            nums = -1
    return nums, start, step, attrs

class ParserBase:

    parsername = 'ParserBase'
    tabwidth = 4

    # for dirty tricks, see comment in format():
    STARTL, STARTL_RE = u"^\n", ur"\^\n"
    ENDL, ENDL_RE = u"\n$", ur"\n\$"

    def __init__(self, raw, request, **kw):
        self.raw = raw
        self.request = request
        self.show_nums, self.num_start, self.num_step, attrs = parse_start_step(request, kw.get('format_args', ''))

        self._ignore_case = False
        self._formatting_rules = []
        self._formatting_rules_n2r = {}
        self._formatting_rule_index = 0
        self.rule_fmt = {}
        #self.line_count = len(raw.split('\n')) + 1

    def setupRules(self):
        self.addRuleFormat("BEGINLINE", FormatBeginLine())
        self.addRuleFormat("ENDLINE", FormatEndLine())
        # we need a little dirty trick here, see comment in format():
        self.addRule("BEGINLINE", self.STARTL_RE)
        self.addRule("ENDLINE", self.ENDL_RE)

        self.def_format = FormatText('Default')
        self.reserved_word_format = FormatText('ResWord')
        self.constant_word_format = FormatText('ConsWord')
        self.ID_format = FormatTextID('ID', self._ignore_case)
        self.addRuleFormat("ID", self.ID_format)

    def _addRule(self, name, fmt):
        self._formatting_rule_index += 1
        name = "%s_%s" % (name, self._formatting_rule_index) # create unique name
        self._formatting_rules.append((name, fmt))
        self._formatting_rules_n2r[name] = fmt

    def addRule(self, name, str_re):
        self._addRule(name, FormattingRuleSingle(name, str_re, self._ignore_case))

    def addRulePair(self, name, start_re, end_re):
        self._addRule(name, FormattingRulePair(name, start_re, end_re, self._ignore_case))

    def addWords(self, words, fmt):
        if not isinstance(fmt, FormatTextBase):
            fmt = FormatText(fmt)
        for w in words:
            self.ID_format.addFormat(w, fmt)

    def addReserved(self, words):
        self.addWords(words, self.reserved_word_format)

    def addConstant(self, words):
        self.addWords(words, self.constant_word_format)

    def addRuleFormat(self, name, fmt=None):
        if fmt is None:
            fmt = FormatText(name)
        self.rule_fmt[name] = fmt

    def format(self, formatter, form=None):
        """ Send the text.


        formatting_regexes = ["(?P<%s>%s)" % (n, f.getStartRe())
                              for n, f in self._formatting_rules]
        re_flags = re.M
        if self._ignore_case:
            re_flags |= re.I
        scan_re = re.compile("|".join(formatting_regexes), re_flags)

        self.text = self.raw

        # dirty little trick to work around re lib's limitations (it can't have
        # zero length matches at line beginning for ^ and at the same time match
        # something else at the beginning of the line):
        self.text = self.LINESEP.join([line.replace('\r', '') for line in self.text.splitlines()])
        self.text = self.STARTL + self.text + self.ENDL
        self.text_len = len(self.text)

        result = [] # collects output

        self._code_id = hash_new('sha1', self.raw.encode(config.charset)).hexdigest()
        result.append(formatter.code_area(1, self._code_id, self.parsername, self.show_nums, self.num_start, self.num_step))

        self.lastpos = 0
        match =
        while match and self.lastpos < self.text_len:
            # add the rendering of the text left of the match we found
            text = self.text[self.lastpos:match.start()]
            if text:
                result.extend(self.format_normal_text(formatter, text))
            self.lastpos = match.end() + (match.end() == self.lastpos)

            # add the rendering of the match we found
            result.extend(self.format_match(formatter, match))

            # search for the next one
            match =, self.lastpos)

        # add the rendering of the text right of the last match we found
        text = self.text[self.lastpos:]
        if text:
            result.extend(self.format_normal_text(formatter, text))

        result.append(formatter.code_area(0, self._code_id))

    def format_normal_text(self, formatter, text):
        return [formatter.text(text.expandtabs(self.tabwidth))]

    def format_match(self, formatter, match):
        result = []
        for n, hit in match.groupdict().items():
            if hit is None:
            r = self._formatting_rules_n2r[n]
            s = r.getText(self, hit)
            c = self.rule_fmt.get(, None)
            if not c:
                c = self.def_format
            if s:
                lines = s.expandtabs(self.tabwidth).split(self.LINESEP)
                for line in lines[:-1]:
                    result.append(c.formatString(formatter, line))
                    result.append(FormatEndLine().formatString(formatter, ''))
                    result.append(FormatBeginLine().formatString(formatter, ''))
                result.append(c.formatString(formatter, lines[-1]))
        return result