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authorDave Andreoli <dave@gurumeditation.it>2017-12-28 16:10:04 +0100
committerDave Andreoli <dave@gurumeditation.it>2017-12-28 16:10:04 +0100
commit15c7bbf5fab8d9d7478b906323fde2c6c147a6d7 (patch)
tree173c60b1c379a04ec666b2ee677d32df3c2e5fff
parentNew python bindings for eolian (diff)
downloadefl-15c7bbf5fab8d9d7478b906323fde2c6c147a6d7.tar.gz
Pyolian template-based generator.
This is a really powerfull tool that can be used to generate anything eolian releted just providing a template file. You can then render the template with the wanted scope (class, namespace, enum, etc) For example give a try at this (from the src/srcipts/pyolian folder): ./generator.py test_gen_class.template --cls Efl.Loop.Timer or ./generator.py -h for the full help Next step: maybe generate the new efl API doc using this tool? @andy I think this will make your life much easier :)
-rw-r--r--src/scripts/pyolian/eolian.py6
-rwxr-xr-xsrc/scripts/pyolian/generator.py206
-rw-r--r--src/scripts/pyolian/pyratemp.py1258
-rw-r--r--src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_class.template45
-rw-r--r--src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_namespace.template43
5 files changed, 1556 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/src/scripts/pyolian/eolian.py b/src/scripts/pyolian/eolian.py
index f74f350324..5baa2d3d7d 100644
--- a/src/scripts/pyolian/eolian.py
+++ b/src/scripts/pyolian/eolian.py
@@ -512,6 +512,7 @@ class Class(EolianBaseObject):
def functions_get(self, ftype):
return Iterator(Function, lib.eolian_class_functions_get(self._obj, ftype))
+
@property
def methods(self):
return self.functions_get(Eolian_Function_Type.METHOD)
@@ -886,9 +887,10 @@ class Type(EolianBaseObject): # OK (4 eolian issue)
return Eolian_Type_Builtin_Type(lib.eolian_type_builtin_type_get(self._obj))
# TODO FIXME STRANGE API (need Eolian_Unit*)
- # @property
- # def c_type(self):
+ @property
+ def c_type(self):
# return _str_to_py(lib.eolian_type_c_type_get(self._obj))
+ return 'FIXME'
# TODO FIXME STRANGE API (need Eolian_Unit*)
# @property
diff --git a/src/scripts/pyolian/generator.py b/src/scripts/pyolian/generator.py
new file mode 100755
index 0000000000..b1e9bca786
--- /dev/null
+++ b/src/scripts/pyolian/generator.py
@@ -0,0 +1,206 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python3
+# encoding: utf-8
+"""
+
+Pyolian template based generator.
+
+This is a really powerfull template-based, output-agnostic eolian generator.
+You just need a template file and then you can render it with the
+wanted eolian scope (class, namespace, enum, struct, etc...).
+
+For example (from this source folder):
+
+./generator.py test_gen_class.template --cls Efl.Loop.Timer
+./generator.py test_gen_namespace.template --ns Efl.Ui
+
+...of course you can pass any other class or namespace to the example above.
+
+You can also import this module and use the provided Template class if you
+are more confortable from within python.
+
+The generator is based on the great pyratemp engine (THANKS!), you can find
+the full template syntax at: www.simple-is-better.org/template/pyratemp.html
+
+Just keep in mind the syntax is a bit different in this implementation:
+
+ sub_start = "${" Was "$!" in original pyratemp (and in docs)
+ sub_end = "}$" Was "!$" in original pyratemp (and in docs)
+ _block_start = "<!--("
+ _block_end = ")-->"
+ comment_start = "#!"
+ comment_end = "!#"
+
+"""
+import os
+import datetime
+
+import eolian
+import pyratemp
+
+
+# logging utils
+be_verbose = True
+def ERR(*args): print(*(('PYOLIANGEN ERROR:', ) + args))
+def WRN(*args): print(*(('PYOLIANGEN WARNING:', ) + args))
+def INF(*args): print(*(('PYOLIANGEN ', ) + args))
+
+
+# Use .eo files from the source tree (not the installed ones)
+script_path = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
+root_path = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(script_path, '..', '..', '..'))
+SCAN_FOLDER = os.path.join(root_path, 'src', 'lib')
+
+
+# load the whole eolian db
+eolian_db = eolian.Eolian()
+if not isinstance(eolian_db, eolian.Eolian):
+ raise(RuntimeError('Eolian, failed to create Eolian state'))
+
+if not eolian_db.directory_scan(SCAN_FOLDER):
+ raise(RuntimeError('Eolian, failed to scan source directory'))
+
+if not eolian_db.all_eot_files_parse():
+ raise(RuntimeError('Eolian, failed to parse all EOT files'))
+
+if not eolian_db.all_eo_files_parse():
+ raise(RuntimeError('Eolian, failed to parse all EO files'))
+
+# cleanup the database on exit
+import atexit
+def cleanup_db():
+ global eolian_db
+ del eolian_db
+atexit.register(cleanup_db)
+
+
+class Template(pyratemp.Template):
+ """ Pyolian template based generator.
+
+ You can directly use this class to generate custom outputs based
+ on the eolian database and your provided templates.
+
+ Usage is as simple as:
+ t = Template(<template_file>)
+ t.render(<output_file>, cls=..., ns=..., ...)
+
+ Args:
+ filename: Template file to load. (REQUIRED)
+ data: User provided context for the template.
+ """
+ def __init__(self, filename, encoding='utf-8', data=None, escape=None,
+ loader_class=pyratemp.LoaderFile,
+ parser_class=pyratemp.Parser,
+ renderer_class=pyratemp.Renderer,
+ eval_class=pyratemp.EvalPseudoSandbox):
+
+ # Build the global context for the template
+ global_ctx = {}
+ # user provided context (low pri)
+ if data:
+ global_ctx.update(data)
+ # standard names (not overwritables)
+ global_ctx.update({
+ # Template info
+ 'date': datetime.datetime.now(),
+ 'template_file': os.path.basename(filename),
+ # Eolian info
+ # 'eolian_version': eolian.__version__,
+ # 'eolian_version_info': eolian.__version_info__,
+ # Eolian Enums
+ 'Eolian_Function_Type': eolian.Eolian_Function_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Parameter_Dir': eolian.Eolian_Parameter_Dir,
+ 'Eolian_Class_Type': eolian.Eolian_Class_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Object_Scope': eolian.Eolian_Object_Scope,
+ 'Eolian_Typedecl_Type': eolian.Eolian_Typedecl_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Type_Type': eolian.Eolian_Type_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Type_Builtin_Type': eolian.Eolian_Type_Builtin_Type,
+ 'Eolian_C_Type_Type': eolian.Eolian_C_Type_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Expression_Type': eolian.Eolian_Expression_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Expression_Mask': eolian.Eolian_Expression_Mask,
+ 'Eolian_Variable_Type': eolian.Eolian_Variable_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Binary_Operator': eolian.Eolian_Binary_Operator,
+ 'Eolian_Unary_Operator': eolian.Eolian_Unary_Operator,
+ 'Eolian_Declaration_Type': eolian.Eolian_Declaration_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Doc_Token_Type': eolian.Eolian_Doc_Token_Type,
+ 'Eolian_Doc_Ref_Type': eolian.Eolian_Doc_Ref_Type,
+ })
+
+ # Call the parent __init__ func
+ self.template_filename = filename
+ pyratemp.Template.__init__(self, filename=filename, encoding=encoding,
+ data=global_ctx, escape=escape,
+ loader_class=loader_class,
+ parser_class=parser_class,
+ renderer_class=renderer_class,
+ eval_class=eval_class)
+
+ def render(self, filename=None, cls=None, ns=None,
+ struct=None, enum=None, alias=None, **kargs):
+ # Build the context for the template
+ ctx = {}
+ if kargs:
+ ctx.update(kargs)
+ if cls:
+ ctx['cls'] = eolian_db.class_get_by_name(cls)
+ if struct:
+ ctx['struct'] = eolian_db.typedecl_struct_get_by_name(struct)
+ if enum:
+ ctx['enum'] = eolian_db.typedecl_enum_get_by_name(enum)
+ if alias:
+ ctx['alias'] = eolian_db.typedecl_alias_get_by_name(alias)
+ if ns:
+ ctx['namespace'] = ns
+ ctx['namespaces'] = ns.split('.')
+ ctx['classes'] = [ c for c in eolian_db.all_classes
+ if c.full_name.startswith(ns + '.') ]
+ ctx['aliases'] = [ a for a in eolian_db.typedecl_all_aliases
+ if a.full_name.startswith(ns + '.') ]
+ ctx['structs'] = [ s for s in eolian_db.typedecl_all_structs
+ if s.full_name.startswith(ns + '.') ]
+ ctx['enums'] = [ e for e in eolian_db.typedecl_all_enums
+ if e.full_name.startswith(ns + '.') ]
+
+ if filename is not None:
+ INF('generating "%s" from template "%s"' % (
+ filename, self.template_filename))
+
+ # render with the augmented context
+ output = self(**ctx)
+
+ if filename is not None:
+ # create directory tree if needed
+ folder = os.path.dirname(filename)
+ if folder and not os.path.isdir(folder):
+ os.makedirs(folder)
+ # write to file
+ with open(filename, "w") as f:
+ f.write(output)
+ else:
+ # or print to stdout
+ print(output)
+
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+ import argparse
+
+ parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Pyolian generator.')
+ parser.add_argument('template',
+ help='The template file to use. (REQUIRED)')
+ parser.add_argument('--output', '-o', metavar='FILE', default=None,
+ help='Where to write the rendered output. '
+ 'If not given will print to stdout.')
+ parser.add_argument('--cls', metavar='CLASS_NAME', default=None,
+ help='The full name of the class to render, ex: Efl.Loop.Timer')
+ parser.add_argument('--ns', metavar='NAMESPACE', default=None,
+ help='The namespace to render, ex: Efl.Loop')
+ parser.add_argument('--struct', metavar='STRUCT_NAME', default=None,
+ help='The name of the struct to render, ex: Efl.Loop.Arguments')
+ parser.add_argument('--enum', metavar='ENUM_NAME', default=None,
+ help='The name of the enum to render, ex: Efl.Loop.Handler.Flags')
+ parser.add_argument('--alias', metavar='ALIAS_NAME', default=None,
+ help='The name of the alias to render, ex: Efl.Font.Size')
+ args = parser.parse_args()
+
+ t = Template(args.template)
+ t.render(args.output, cls=args.cls, ns=args.ns,
+ struct=args.struct, enum=args.enum, alias=args.alias)
diff --git a/src/scripts/pyolian/pyratemp.py b/src/scripts/pyolian/pyratemp.py
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..c28e260b4b
--- /dev/null
+++ b/src/scripts/pyolian/pyratemp.py
@@ -0,0 +1,1258 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
+"""
+Small, simple and powerful template-engine for Python.
+
+A template-engine for Python, which is very simple, easy to use, small,
+fast, powerful, modular, extensible, well documented and pythonic.
+
+See documentation for a list of features, template-syntax etc.
+
+:Version: 0.3.2
+:Requires: Python >=2.6 / 3.x
+
+:Usage:
+ see class ``Template`` and examples below.
+
+:Example:
+
+ Note that the examples are in Python 2; they also work in
+ Python 3 if you replace u"..." by "...", unicode() by str()
+ and partly "..." by b"...".
+
+ quickstart::
+ >>> t = Template("hello @!name!@")
+ >>> print(t(name="marvin"))
+ hello marvin
+
+ quickstart with a template-file::
+ # >>> t = Template(filename="mytemplate.tmpl")
+ # >>> print(t(name="marvin"))
+ # hello marvin
+
+ generic usage::
+ >>> t = Template(u"output is in Unicode \\xe4\\xf6\\xfc\\u20ac")
+ >>> t #doctest: +ELLIPSIS
+ <...Template instance at 0x...>
+ >>> t()
+ u'output is in Unicode \\xe4\\xf6\\xfc\\u20ac'
+ >>> unicode(t)
+ u'output is in Unicode \\xe4\\xf6\\xfc\\u20ac'
+
+ with data::
+ >>> t = Template("hello @!name!@", data={"name":"world"})
+ >>> t()
+ u'hello world'
+ >>> t(name="worlds")
+ u'hello worlds'
+
+ # >>> t(note="data must be Unicode or ASCII", name=u"\\xe4")
+ # u'hello \\xe4'
+
+ escaping::
+ >>> t = Template("hello escaped: @!name!@, unescaped: $!name!$")
+ >>> t(name='''<>&'"''')
+ u'hello escaped: &lt;&gt;&amp;&#39;&quot;, unescaped: <>&\\'"'
+
+ result-encoding::
+ # encode the unicode-object to your encoding with encode()
+ >>> t = Template(u"hello \\xe4\\xf6\\xfc\\u20ac")
+ >>> result = t()
+ >>> result
+ u'hello \\xe4\\xf6\\xfc\\u20ac'
+ >>> result.encode("utf-8")
+ 'hello \\xc3\\xa4\\xc3\\xb6\\xc3\\xbc\\xe2\\x82\\xac'
+ >>> result.encode("ascii")
+ Traceback (most recent call last):
+ ...
+ UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode characters in position 6-9: ordinal not in range(128)
+ >>> result.encode("ascii", 'xmlcharrefreplace')
+ 'hello &#228;&#246;&#252;&#8364;'
+
+ Python-expressions::
+ >>> Template('formatted: @! "%8.5f" % value !@')(value=3.141592653)
+ u'formatted: 3.14159'
+ >>> Template("hello --@!name.upper().center(20)!@--")(name="world")
+ u'hello -- WORLD --'
+ >>> Template("calculate @!var*5+7!@")(var=7)
+ u'calculate 42'
+
+ blocks (if/for/macros/...)::
+ >>> t = Template("<!--(if foo == 1)-->bar<!--(elif foo == 2)-->baz<!--(else)-->unknown(@!foo!@)<!--(end)-->")
+ >>> t(foo=2)
+ u'baz'
+ >>> t(foo=5)
+ u'unknown(5)'
+
+ >>> t = Template("<!--(for i in mylist)-->@!i!@ <!--(else)-->(empty)<!--(end)-->")
+ >>> t(mylist=[])
+ u'(empty)'
+ >>> t(mylist=[1,2,3])
+ u'1 2 3 '
+
+ >>> t = Template("<!--(for i,elem in enumerate(mylist))--> - @!i!@: @!elem!@<!--(end)-->")
+ >>> t(mylist=["a","b","c"])
+ u' - 0: a - 1: b - 2: c'
+
+ >>> t = Template('<!--(macro greetings)-->hello <strong>@!name!@</strong><!--(end)--> @!greetings(name=user)!@')
+ >>> t(user="monty")
+ u' hello <strong>monty</strong>'
+
+ exists::
+ >>> t = Template('<!--(if exists("foo"))-->YES<!--(else)-->NO<!--(end)-->')
+ >>> t()
+ u'NO'
+ >>> t(foo=1)
+ u'YES'
+ >>> t(foo=None) # note this difference to 'default()'
+ u'YES'
+
+ default-values::
+ # non-existing variables raise an error
+ >>> Template('hi @!optional!@')()
+ Traceback (most recent call last):
+ ...
+ TemplateRenderError: Cannot eval expression 'optional'. (NameError: name 'optional' is not defined)
+
+ >>> t = Template('hi @!default("optional","anyone")!@')
+ >>> t()
+ u'hi anyone'
+ >>> t(optional=None)
+ u'hi anyone'
+ >>> t(optional="there")
+ u'hi there'
+
+ # the 1st parameter can be any eval-expression
+ >>> t = Template('@!default("5*var1+var2","missing variable")!@')
+ >>> t(var1=10)
+ u'missing variable'
+ >>> t(var1=10, var2=2)
+ u'52'
+
+ # also in blocks
+ >>> t = Template('<!--(if default("opt1+opt2",0) > 0)-->yes<!--(else)-->no<!--(end)-->')
+ >>> t()
+ u'no'
+ >>> t(opt1=23, opt2=42)
+ u'yes'
+
+ >>> t = Template('<!--(for i in default("optional_list",[]))-->@!i!@<!--(end)-->')
+ >>> t()
+ u''
+ >>> t(optional_list=[1,2,3])
+ u'123'
+
+
+ # but make sure to put the expression in quotation marks, otherwise:
+ >>> Template('@!default(optional,"fallback")!@')()
+ Traceback (most recent call last):
+ ...
+ TemplateRenderError: Cannot eval expression 'default(optional,"fallback")'. (NameError: name 'optional' is not defined)
+
+ setvar::
+ >>> t = Template('$!setvar("i", "i+1")!$@!i!@')
+ >>> t(i=6)
+ u'7'
+
+ >>> t = Template('''<!--(if isinstance(s, (list,tuple)))-->$!setvar("s", '"\\\\\\\\n".join(s)')!$<!--(end)-->@!s!@''')
+ >>> t(isinstance=isinstance, s="123")
+ u'123'
+ >>> t(isinstance=isinstance, s=["123", "456"])
+ u'123\\n456'
+
+:Author: Roland Koebler (rk at simple-is-better dot org)
+:Copyright: Roland Koebler
+:License: MIT/X11-like, see __license__
+
+:RCS: $Id: pyratemp.py,v 1.22 2013/09/17 07:44:13 rk Exp $
+"""
+from __future__ import unicode_literals
+
+__version__ = "0.3.2"
+__author__ = "Roland Koebler <rk at simple-is-better dot org>"
+__license__ = """Copyright (c) Roland Koebler, 2007-2013
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
+of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
+in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
+to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
+copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
+furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
+
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
+all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
+
+THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
+IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
+FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
+AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
+LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
+FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS
+IN THE SOFTWARE."""
+
+#=========================================
+
+import os, re, sys, types
+if sys.version_info[0] >= 3:
+ import builtins
+ unicode = str
+ long = int
+else:
+ import __builtin__ as builtins
+ from codecs import open
+
+#=========================================
+# some useful functions
+
+#----------------------
+# string-position: i <-> row,col
+
+def srow(string, i):
+ """Get line numer of ``string[i]`` in `string`.
+
+ :Returns: row, starting at 1
+ :Note: This works for text-strings with ``\\n`` or ``\\r\\n``.
+ """
+ return string.count('\n', 0, max(0, i)) + 1
+
+def scol(string, i):
+ """Get column number of ``string[i]`` in `string`.
+
+ :Returns: column, starting at 1 (but may be <1 if i<0)
+ :Note: This works for text-strings with ``\\n`` or ``\\r\\n``.
+ """
+ return i - string.rfind('\n', 0, max(0, i))
+
+def sindex(string, row, col):
+ """Get index of the character at `row`/`col` in `string`.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `row`: row number, starting at 1.
+ - `col`: column number, starting at 1.
+ :Returns: ``i``, starting at 0 (but may be <1 if row/col<0)
+ :Note: This works for text-strings with '\\n' or '\\r\\n'.
+ """
+ n = 0
+ for _ in range(row-1):
+ n = string.find('\n', n) + 1
+ return n+col-1
+
+#----------------------
+
+def dictkeyclean(d):
+ """Convert all keys of the dict `d` to strings.
+ """
+ new_d = {}
+ for k, v in d.items():
+ new_d[str(k)] = v
+ return new_d
+
+#----------------------
+
+def dummy(*_, **__):
+ """Dummy function, doing nothing.
+ """
+ pass
+
+def dummy_raise(exception, value):
+ """Create an exception-raising dummy function.
+
+ :Returns: dummy function, raising ``exception(value)``
+ """
+ def mydummy(*_, **__):
+ raise exception(value)
+ return mydummy
+
+#=========================================
+# escaping
+
+(NONE, HTML, LATEX, MAIL_HEADER) = range(0, 4)
+ESCAPE_SUPPORTED = {"NONE":None, "HTML":HTML, "LATEX":LATEX, "MAIL_HEADER":MAIL_HEADER}
+
+def escape(s, format=HTML):
+ """Replace special characters by their escape sequence.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `s`: unicode-string to escape
+ - `format`:
+
+ - `NONE`: nothing is replaced
+ - `HTML`: replace &<>'" by &...;
+ - `LATEX`: replace \#$%&_{}~^
+ - `MAIL_HEADER`: escape non-ASCII mail-header-contents
+ :Returns:
+ the escaped string in unicode
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `ValueError`: if `format` is invalid.
+
+ :Uses:
+ MAIL_HEADER uses module email
+ """
+ #Note: If you have to make sure that every character gets replaced
+ # only once (and if you cannot achieve this with the following code),
+ # use something like "".join([replacedict.get(c,c) for c in s])
+ # which is about 2-3 times slower (but maybe needs less memory).
+ #Note: This is one of the most time-consuming parts of the template.
+ if format is None or format == NONE:
+ pass
+ elif format == HTML:
+ s = s.replace("&", "&amp;") # must be done first!
+ s = s.replace("<", "&lt;")
+ s = s.replace(">", "&gt;")
+ s = s.replace('"', "&quot;")
+ s = s.replace("'", "&#39;")
+ elif format == LATEX:
+ s = s.replace("\\", "\\x") #must be done first!
+ s = s.replace("#", "\\#")
+ s = s.replace("$", "\\$")
+ s = s.replace("%", "\\%")
+ s = s.replace("&", "\\&")
+ s = s.replace("_", "\\_")
+ s = s.replace("{", "\\{")
+ s = s.replace("}", "\\}")
+ s = s.replace("\\x","\\textbackslash{}")
+ s = s.replace("~", "\\textasciitilde{}")
+ s = s.replace("^", "\\textasciicircum{}")
+ elif format == MAIL_HEADER:
+ import email.header
+ try:
+ s.encode("ascii")
+ return s
+ except UnicodeEncodeError:
+ return email.header.make_header([(s, "utf-8")]).encode()
+ else:
+ raise ValueError('Invalid format (only None, HTML, LATEX and MAIL_HEADER are supported).')
+ return s
+
+#=========================================
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# Exceptions
+
+class TemplateException(Exception):
+ """Base class for template-exceptions."""
+ pass
+
+class TemplateParseError(TemplateException):
+ """Template parsing failed."""
+ def __init__(self, err, errpos):
+ """
+ :Parameters:
+ - `err`: error-message or exception to wrap
+ - `errpos`: ``(filename,row,col)`` where the error occured.
+ """
+ self.err = err
+ self.filename, self.row, self.col = errpos
+ TemplateException.__init__(self)
+ def __str__(self):
+ if not self.filename:
+ return "line %d, col %d: %s" % (self.row, self.col, str(self.err))
+ else:
+ return "file %s, line %d, col %d: %s" % (self.filename, self.row, self.col, str(self.err))
+
+class TemplateSyntaxError(TemplateParseError, SyntaxError):
+ """Template syntax-error."""
+ pass
+
+class TemplateIncludeError(TemplateParseError):
+ """Template 'include' failed."""
+ pass
+
+class TemplateRenderError(TemplateException):
+ """Template rendering failed."""
+ pass
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# Loader
+
+class LoaderString:
+ """Load template from a string/unicode.
+
+ Note that 'include' is not possible in such templates.
+ """
+ def __init__(self, encoding='utf-8'):
+ self.encoding = encoding
+
+ def load(self, s):
+ """Return template-string as unicode.
+ """
+ if isinstance(s, unicode):
+ u = s
+ else:
+ u = s.decode(self.encoding)
+ return u
+
+class LoaderFile:
+ """Load template from a file.
+
+ When loading a template from a file, it's possible to including other
+ templates (by using 'include' in the template). But for simplicity
+ and security, all included templates have to be in the same directory!
+ (see ``allowed_path``)
+ """
+ def __init__(self, allowed_path=None, encoding='utf-8'):
+ """Init the loader.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `allowed_path`: path of the template-files
+ - `encoding`: encoding of the template-files
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `ValueError`: if `allowed_path` is not a directory
+ """
+ if allowed_path and not os.path.isdir(allowed_path):
+ raise ValueError("'allowed_path' has to be a directory.")
+ self.path = allowed_path
+ self.encoding = encoding
+
+ def load(self, filename):
+ """Load a template from a file.
+
+ Check if filename is allowed and return its contens in unicode.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `filename`: filename of the template without path
+ :Returns:
+ the contents of the template-file in unicode
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `ValueError`: if `filename` contains a path
+ """
+ if filename != os.path.basename(filename):
+ raise ValueError("No path allowed in filename. (%s)" %(filename))
+ filename = os.path.join(self.path, filename)
+
+ f = open(filename, 'r', encoding=self.encoding)
+ u = f.read()
+ f.close()
+
+ return u
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# Parser
+
+class Parser(object):
+ """Parse a template into a parse-tree.
+
+ Includes a syntax-check, an optional expression-check and verbose
+ error-messages.
+
+ See documentation for a description of the parse-tree.
+ """
+ # template-syntax (original)
+ # _comment_start = "#!"
+ # _comment_end = "!#"
+ # _sub_start = "$!"
+ # _sub_end = "!$"
+ # _subesc_start = "@!"
+ # _subesc_end = "!@"
+ # _block_start = "<!--("
+ # _block_end = ")-->"
+
+ # template-syntax (eolian)
+ _comment_start = "#!"
+ _comment_end = "!#"
+ _sub_start = "${" # "$!"
+ _sub_end = "}$" # "!$"
+ _subesc_start = "${!" # "@!"
+ _subesc_end = "!}$" # "!@"
+ _block_start = "<!--("
+ _block_end = ")-->"
+
+ # template-syntax (Jinja2 style)
+ # _comment_start = "<!--" # "#!"
+ # _comment_end = "-->" # "!#"
+ # _sub_start = "{{" # "$!"
+ # _sub_end = "}}" # "!$"
+ # _subesc_start = "{!" # "@!"
+ # _subesc_end = "!}" # "!@"
+ # _block_start = "{% " # "<!--("
+ # _block_end = " %}" # ")-->"
+
+ # build regexps
+ # comment
+ # single-line, until end-tag or end-of-line.
+ _strComment = r"""%s(?P<content>.*?)(?P<end>%s|\n|$)""" \
+ % (re.escape(_comment_start), re.escape(_comment_end))
+ _reComment = re.compile(_strComment, re.M)
+
+ # escaped or unescaped substitution
+ # single-line ("|$" is needed to be able to generate good error-messges)
+ _strSubstitution = r"""
+ (
+ %s\s*(?P<sub>.*?)\s*(?P<end>%s|$) #substitution
+ |
+ %s\s*(?P<escsub>.*?)\s*(?P<escend>%s|$) #escaped substitution
+ )
+ """ % (re.escape(_sub_start), re.escape(_sub_end),
+ re.escape(_subesc_start), re.escape(_subesc_end))
+ _reSubstitution = re.compile(_strSubstitution, re.X|re.M)
+
+ # block
+ # - single-line, no nesting.
+ # or
+ # - multi-line, nested by whitespace indentation:
+ # * start- and end-tag of a block must have exactly the same indentation.
+ # * start- and end-tags of *nested* blocks should have a greater indentation.
+ # NOTE: A single-line block must not start at beginning of the line with
+ # the same indentation as the enclosing multi-line blocks!
+ # Note that " " and "\t" are different, although they may
+ # look the same in an editor!
+ _s = re.escape(_block_start)
+ _e = re.escape(_block_end)
+ _strBlock = r"""
+ ^(?P<mEnd>[ \t]*)%send%s(?P<meIgnored>.*)\r?\n? # multi-line end (^ <!--(end)-->IGNORED_TEXT\n)
+ |
+ (?P<sEnd>)%send%s # single-line end (<!--(end)-->)
+ |
+ (?P<sSpace>[ \t]*) # single-line tag (no nesting)
+ %s(?P<sKeyw>\w+)[ \t]*(?P<sParam>.*?)%s
+ (?P<sContent>.*?)
+ (?=(?:%s.*?%s.*?)??%send%s) # (match until end or i.e. <!--(elif/else...)-->)
+ |
+ # multi-line tag, nested by whitespace indentation
+ ^(?P<indent>[ \t]*) # save indentation of start tag
+ %s(?P<mKeyw>\w+)\s*(?P<mParam>.*?)%s(?P<mIgnored>.*)\r?\n
+ (?P<mContent>(?:.*\n)*?)
+ (?=(?P=indent)%s(?:.|\s)*?%s) # match indentation
+ """ % (_s, _e,
+ _s, _e,
+ _s, _e, _s, _e, _s, _e,
+ _s, _e, _s, _e)
+ _reBlock = re.compile(_strBlock, re.X|re.M)
+
+ # "for"-block parameters: "var(,var)* in ..."
+ _strForParam = r"""^(?P<names>\w+(?:\s*,\s*\w+)*)\s+in\s+(?P<iter>.+)$"""
+ _reForParam = re.compile(_strForParam)
+
+ # allowed macro-names
+ _reMacroParam = re.compile(r"""^\w+$""")
+
+
+ def __init__(self, loadfunc=None, testexpr=None, escape=HTML):
+ """Init the parser.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `loadfunc`: function to load included templates
+ (i.e. ``LoaderFile(...).load``)
+ - `testexpr`: function to test if a template-expressions is valid
+ (i.e. ``EvalPseudoSandbox().compile``)
+ - `escape`: default-escaping (may be modified by the template)
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `ValueError`: if `testexpr` or `escape` is invalid.
+ """
+ if loadfunc is None:
+ self._load = dummy_raise(NotImplementedError, "'include' not supported, since no 'loadfunc' was given.")
+ else:
+ self._load = loadfunc
+
+ if testexpr is None:
+ self._testexprfunc = dummy
+ else:
+ try: # test if testexpr() works
+ testexpr("i==1")
+ except Exception as err:
+ raise ValueError("Invalid 'testexpr'. (%s)" %(err))
+ self._testexprfunc = testexpr
+
+ if escape not in ESCAPE_SUPPORTED.values():
+ raise ValueError("Unsupported 'escape'. (%s)" %(escape))
+ self.escape = escape
+ self._includestack = []
+
+ def parse(self, template):
+ """Parse a template.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `template`: template-unicode-string
+ :Returns: the resulting parse-tree
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `TemplateSyntaxError`: for template-syntax-errors
+ - `TemplateIncludeError`: if template-inclusion failed
+ - `TemplateException`
+ """
+ self._includestack = [(None, template)] # for error-messages (_errpos)
+ return self._parse(template)
+
+ def _errpos(self, fpos):
+ """Convert `fpos` to ``(filename,row,column)`` for error-messages."""
+ filename, string = self._includestack[-1]
+ return filename, srow(string, fpos), scol(string, fpos)
+
+ def _testexpr(self, expr, fpos=0):
+ """Test a template-expression to detect errors."""
+ try:
+ self._testexprfunc(expr)
+ except SyntaxError as err:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError(err, self._errpos(fpos))
+
+ def _parse_sub(self, parsetree, text, fpos=0):
+ """Parse substitutions, and append them to the parse-tree.
+
+ Additionally, remove comments.
+ """
+ curr = 0
+ for match in self._reSubstitution.finditer(text):
+ start = match.start()
+ if start > curr:
+ parsetree.append(("str", self._reComment.sub('', text[curr:start])))
+
+ if match.group("sub") is not None:
+ if not match.group("end"):
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing closing tag '%s' for '%s'."
+ % (self._sub_end, match.group()), self._errpos(fpos+start))
+ if len(match.group("sub")) > 0:
+ self._testexpr(match.group("sub"), fpos+start)
+ parsetree.append(("sub", match.group("sub")))
+ else:
+ assert(match.group("escsub") is not None)
+ if not match.group("escend"):
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing closing tag '%s' for '%s'."
+ % (self._subesc_end, match.group()), self._errpos(fpos+start))
+ if len(match.group("escsub")) > 0:
+ self._testexpr(match.group("escsub"), fpos+start)
+ parsetree.append(("esc", self.escape, match.group("escsub")))
+
+ curr = match.end()
+
+ if len(text) > curr:
+ parsetree.append(("str", self._reComment.sub('', text[curr:])))
+
+ def _parse(self, template, fpos=0):
+ """Recursive part of `parse()`.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - template
+ - fpos: position of ``template`` in the complete template (for error-messages)
+ """
+ # blank out comments
+ # (So that its content does not collide with other syntax, and
+ # because removing them completely would falsify the character-
+ # position ("match.start()") of error-messages)
+ template = self._reComment.sub(lambda match: self._comment_start+" "*len(match.group(1))+match.group(2), template)
+
+ # init parser
+ parsetree = []
+ curr = 0 # current position (= end of previous block)
+ block_type = None # block type: if,for,macro,raw,...
+ block_indent = None # None: single-line, >=0: multi-line
+
+ # find blocks
+ for match in self._reBlock.finditer(template):
+ start = match.start()
+ # process template-part before this block
+ if start > curr:
+ self._parse_sub(parsetree, template[curr:start], fpos)
+
+ # analyze block syntax (incl. error-checking and -messages)
+ keyword = None
+ block = match.groupdict()
+ pos__ = fpos + start # shortcut
+ if block["sKeyw"] is not None: # single-line block tag
+ block_indent = None
+ keyword = block["sKeyw"]
+ param = block["sParam"]
+ content = block["sContent"]
+ if block["sSpace"]: # restore spaces before start-tag
+ if len(parsetree) > 0 and parsetree[-1][0] == "str":
+ parsetree[-1] = ("str", parsetree[-1][1] + block["sSpace"])
+ else:
+ parsetree.append(("str", block["sSpace"]))
+ pos_p = fpos + match.start("sParam") # shortcuts
+ pos_c = fpos + match.start("sContent")
+ elif block["mKeyw"] is not None: # multi-line block tag
+ block_indent = len(block["indent"])
+ keyword = block["mKeyw"]
+ param = block["mParam"]
+ content = block["mContent"]
+ pos_p = fpos + match.start("mParam")
+ pos_c = fpos + match.start("mContent")
+ ignored = block["mIgnored"].strip()
+ if ignored and ignored != self._comment_start:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("No code allowed after block-tag.", self._errpos(fpos+match.start("mIgnored")))
+ elif block["mEnd"] is not None: # multi-line block end
+ if block_type is None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("No block to end here/invalid indent.", self._errpos(pos__) )
+ if block_indent != len(block["mEnd"]):
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid indent for end-tag.", self._errpos(pos__) )
+ ignored = block["meIgnored"].strip()
+ if ignored and ignored != self._comment_start:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("No code allowed after end-tag.", self._errpos(fpos+match.start("meIgnored")))
+ block_type = None
+ elif block["sEnd"] is not None: # single-line block end
+ if block_type is None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("No block to end here/invalid indent.", self._errpos(pos__))
+ if block_indent is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid indent for end-tag.", self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = None
+ else:
+ raise TemplateException("FATAL: Block regexp error. Please contact the author. (%s)" % match.group())
+
+ # analyze block content (mainly error-checking and -messages)
+ if keyword:
+ keyword = keyword.lower()
+ if 'for' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'for'
+ cond = self._reForParam.match(param)
+ if cond is None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid 'for ...' at '%s'." %(param), self._errpos(pos_p))
+ names = tuple(n.strip() for n in cond.group("names").split(","))
+ self._testexpr(cond.group("iter"), pos_p+cond.start("iter"))
+ parsetree.append(("for", names, cond.group("iter"), self._parse(content, pos_c)))
+ elif 'if' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if not param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing condition for 'if' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'if'
+ self._testexpr(param, pos_p)
+ parsetree.append(("if", param, self._parse(content, pos_c)))
+ elif 'elif' == keyword:
+ if block_type != 'if':
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'elif' may only appear after 'if' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if not param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing condition for 'elif' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ self._testexpr(param, pos_p)
+ parsetree.append(("elif", param, self._parse(content, pos_c)))
+ elif 'else' == keyword:
+ if block_type not in ('if', 'for'):
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'else' may only appear after 'if' or 'for' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'else' may not have parameters at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ parsetree.append(("else", self._parse(content, pos_c)))
+ elif 'macro' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'macro'
+ # make sure param is "\w+" (instead of ".+")
+ if not param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing name for 'macro' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if not self._reMacroParam.match(param):
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid name for 'macro' at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ #remove last newline
+ if len(content) > 0 and content[-1] == '\n':
+ content = content[:-1]
+ if len(content) > 0 and content[-1] == '\r':
+ content = content[:-1]
+ parsetree.append(("macro", param, self._parse(content, pos_c)))
+
+ # parser-commands
+ elif 'raw' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'raw' may not have parameters at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'raw'
+ parsetree.append(("str", content))
+ elif 'include' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'include' may not have parameters at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'include'
+ try:
+ u = self._load(content.strip())
+ except Exception as err:
+ raise TemplateIncludeError(err, self._errpos(pos__))
+ self._includestack.append((content.strip(), u)) # current filename/template for error-msg.
+ p = self._parse(u)
+ self._includestack.pop()
+ parsetree.extend(p)
+ elif 'set_escape' == keyword:
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing block-end-tag before new block '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ if param:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("'set_escape' may not have parameters at '%s'." %(match.group()), self._errpos(pos__))
+ block_type = 'set_escape'
+ esc = content.strip().upper()
+ if esc not in ESCAPE_SUPPORTED:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Unsupported escape '%s'." %(esc), self._errpos(pos__))
+ self.escape = ESCAPE_SUPPORTED[esc]
+ else:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid keyword '%s'." %(keyword), self._errpos(pos__))
+ curr = match.end()
+
+ if block_type is not None:
+ raise TemplateSyntaxError("Missing end-tag.", self._errpos(pos__))
+
+ if len(template) > curr: # process template-part after last block
+ self._parse_sub(parsetree, template[curr:], fpos+curr)
+
+ return parsetree
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# Evaluation
+
+# some checks
+assert len(eval("dir()", {'__builtins__':{'dir':dir}})) == 1, \
+ "FATAL: 'eval' does not work as expected (%s)."
+assert compile("0 .__class__", "<string>", "eval").co_names == ('__class__',), \
+ "FATAL: 'compile' does not work as expected."
+
+class EvalPseudoSandbox:
+ """An eval-pseudo-sandbox.
+
+ The pseudo-sandbox restricts the available functions/objects, so the
+ code can only access:
+
+ - some of the builtin Python-functions, which are considered "safe"
+ (see safe_builtins)
+ - some additional functions (exists(), default(), setvar(), escape())
+ - the passed objects incl. their methods.
+
+ Additionally, names beginning with "_" are forbidden.
+ This is to prevent things like '0 .__class__', with which you could
+ easily break out of a "sandbox".
+
+ Be careful to only pass "safe" objects/functions to the template,
+ because any unsafe function/method could break the sandbox!
+ For maximum security, restrict the access to as few objects/functions
+ as possible!
+
+ :Warning:
+ Note that this is no real sandbox! (And although I don't know any
+ way to break out of the sandbox without passing-in an unsafe object,
+ I cannot guarantee that there is no such way. So use with care.)
+
+ Take care if you want to use it for untrusted code!!
+ """
+
+ safe_builtins = {
+ "True" : True,
+ "False" : False,
+ "None" : None,
+
+ "abs" : builtins.abs,
+ "chr" : builtins.chr,
+ "divmod" : builtins.divmod,
+ "hash" : builtins.hash,
+ "hex" : builtins.hex,
+ "isinstance": builtins.isinstance,
+ "len" : builtins.len,
+ "max" : builtins.max,
+ "min" : builtins.min,
+ "oct" : builtins.oct,
+ "ord" : builtins.ord,
+ "pow" : builtins.pow,
+ "range" : builtins.range,
+ "round" : builtins.round,
+ "sorted" : builtins.sorted,
+ "sum" : builtins.sum,
+ "unichr" : builtins.chr,
+ "zip" : builtins.zip,
+
+ "bool" : builtins.bool,
+ "bytes" : builtins.bytes,
+ "complex" : builtins.complex,
+ "dict" : builtins.dict,
+ "enumerate" : builtins.enumerate,
+ "float" : builtins.float,
+ "int" : builtins.int,
+ "list" : builtins.list,
+ "long" : long,
+ "reversed" : builtins.reversed,
+ "set" : builtins.set,
+ "str" : builtins.str,
+ "tuple" : builtins.tuple,
+ "unicode" : unicode,
+
+ "dir" : builtins.dir,
+ }
+ if sys.version_info[0] < 3:
+ safe_builtins["unichr"] = builtins.unichr
+
+ def __init__(self):
+ self._compile_cache = {}
+ self.vars_ptr = None
+ self.eval_allowed_builtins = self.safe_builtins.copy()
+ self.register("__import__", self.f_import)
+ self.register("exists", self.f_exists)
+ self.register("default", self.f_default)
+ self.register("setvar", self.f_setvar)
+ self.register("escape", self.f_escape)
+
+ def register(self, name, obj):
+ """Add an object to the "allowed eval-builtins".
+
+ Mainly useful to add user-defined functions to the pseudo-sandbox.
+ """
+ self.eval_allowed_builtins[name] = obj
+
+ def _check_code_names(self, code, expr):
+ """Check if the code tries to access names beginning with "_".
+
+ Used to prevent sandbox-breakouts via new-style-classes, like
+ ``"".__class__.__base__.__subclasses__()``.
+
+ :Raises:
+ NameError if expression contains forbidden names.
+ """
+ for name in code.co_names:
+ if name[0] == '_' and name != '_[1]': # _[1] is necessary for [x for x in y]
+ raise NameError("Name '%s' is not allowed in '%s'." % (name, expr))
+ # recursively check sub-codes (e.g. lambdas)
+ for const in code.co_consts:
+ if isinstance(const, types.CodeType):
+ self._check_code_names(const, expr)
+
+ def compile(self, expr):
+ """Compile a Python-eval-expression.
+
+ - Use a compile-cache.
+ - Raise a `NameError` if `expr` contains a name beginning with ``_``.
+
+ :Returns: the compiled `expr`
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `SyntaxError`: for compile-errors
+ - `NameError`: if expr contains a name beginning with ``_``
+ """
+ if expr not in self._compile_cache:
+ c = compile(expr, "", "eval")
+ self._check_code_names(c, expr)
+ self._compile_cache[expr] = c
+ return self._compile_cache[expr]
+
+ def eval(self, expr, variables):
+ """Eval a Python-eval-expression.
+
+ Sets ``self.vars_ptr`` to ``variables`` and compiles the code
+ before evaluating.
+ """
+ sav = self.vars_ptr
+ self.vars_ptr = variables
+
+ try:
+ x = eval(self.compile(expr), {"__builtins__": self.eval_allowed_builtins}, variables)
+ except NameError:
+ # workaround for lambdas like ``sorted(..., key=lambda x: my_f(x))``
+ vars2 = {"__builtins__": self.eval_allowed_builtins}
+ vars2.update(variables)
+ x = eval(self.compile(expr), vars2)
+
+ self.vars_ptr = sav
+ return x
+
+ def f_import(self, name, *_, **__):
+ """``import``/``__import__()`` for the sandboxed code.
+
+ Since "import" is insecure, the PseudoSandbox does not allow to
+ import other modules. But since some functions need to import
+ other modules (e.g. "datetime.datetime.strftime" imports "time"),
+ this function replaces the builtin "import" and allows to use
+ modules which are already accessible by the sandboxed code.
+
+ :Note:
+ - This probably only works for rather simple imports.
+ - For security, it may be better to avoid such (complex) modules
+ which import other modules. (e.g. use time.localtime and
+ time.strftime instead of datetime.datetime.strftime,
+ or write a small wrapper.)
+
+ :Example:
+
+ >>> from datetime import datetime
+ >>> import pyratemp
+ >>> t = pyratemp.Template('@!mytime.strftime("%H:%M:%S")!@')
+
+ # >>> print(t(mytime=datetime.now()))
+ # Traceback (most recent call last):
+ # ...
+ # ImportError: import not allowed in pseudo-sandbox; try to import 'time' yourself and pass it to the sandbox/template
+
+ >>> import time
+ >>> print(t(mytime=datetime.strptime("13:40:54", "%H:%M:%S"), time=time))
+ 13:40:54
+
+ # >>> print(t(mytime=datetime.now(), time=time))
+ # 13:40:54
+ """
+ if self.vars_ptr is not None and name in self.vars_ptr and isinstance(self.vars_ptr[name], types.ModuleType):
+ return self.vars_ptr[name]
+ else:
+ raise ImportError("import not allowed in pseudo-sandbox; try to import '%s' yourself (and maybe pass it to the sandbox/template)" % name)
+
+ def f_exists(self, varname):
+ """``exists()`` for the sandboxed code.
+
+ Test if the variable `varname` exists in the current namespace.
+
+ This only works for single variable names. If you want to test
+ complicated expressions, use i.e. `default`.
+ (i.e. `default("expr",False)`)
+
+ :Note: the variable-name has to be quoted! (like in eval)
+ :Example: see module-docstring
+ """
+ return (varname in self.vars_ptr)
+
+ def f_default(self, expr, default=None):
+ """``default()`` for the sandboxed code.
+
+ Try to evaluate an expression and return the result or a
+ fallback-/default-value; the `default`-value is used
+ if `expr` does not exist/is invalid/results in None.
+
+ This is very useful for optional data.
+
+ :Parameter:
+ - expr: "eval-expression"
+ - default: fallback-value if eval(expr) fails or is None.
+ :Returns:
+ the eval-result or the "fallback"-value.
+
+ :Note: the eval-expression has to be quoted! (like in eval)
+ :Example: see module-docstring
+ """
+ try:
+ r = self.eval(expr, self.vars_ptr)
+ if r is None:
+ return default
+ return r
+ #TODO: which exceptions should be catched here?
+ except (NameError, LookupError, TypeError, AttributeError):
+ return default
+
+ def f_setvar(self, name, expr):
+ """``setvar()`` for the sandboxed code.
+
+ Set a variable.
+
+ :Example: see module-docstring
+ """
+ self.vars_ptr[name] = self.eval(expr, self.vars_ptr)
+ return ""
+
+ def f_escape(self, s, format="HTML"):
+ """``escape()`` for the sandboxed code.
+ """
+ if isinstance(format, (str, unicode)):
+ format = ESCAPE_SUPPORTED[format.upper()]
+ return escape(unicode(s), format)
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# basic template / subtemplate
+
+class TemplateBase:
+ """Basic template-class.
+
+ Used both for the template itself and for 'macro's ("subtemplates") in
+ the template.
+ """
+
+ def __init__(self, parsetree, renderfunc, data=None):
+ """Create the Template/Subtemplate/Macro.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `parsetree`: parse-tree of the template/subtemplate/macro
+ - `renderfunc`: render-function
+ - `data`: data to fill into the template by default (dictionary).
+ This data may later be overridden when rendering the template.
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `TypeError`: if `data` is not a dictionary
+ """
+ #TODO: parameter-checking?
+ self.parsetree = parsetree
+ if isinstance(data, dict):
+ self.data = data
+ elif data is None:
+ self.data = {}
+ else:
+ raise TypeError('"data" must be a dict (or None).')
+ self.current_data = data
+ self._render = renderfunc
+
+ def __call__(self, **override):
+ """Fill out/render the template.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `override`: objects to add to the data-namespace, overriding
+ the "default"-data.
+ :Returns: the filled template (in unicode)
+ :Note: This is also called when invoking macros
+ (i.e. ``$!mymacro()!$``).
+ """
+ self.current_data = self.data.copy()
+ self.current_data.update(override)
+ u = "".join(self._render(self.parsetree, self.current_data))
+ self.current_data = self.data # restore current_data
+ return _dontescape(u) # (see class _dontescape)
+
+ def __unicode__(self):
+ """Alias for __call__()."""
+ return self.__call__()
+ def __str__(self):
+ """Alias for __call__()."""
+ return self.__call__()
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# Renderer
+
+class _dontescape(unicode):
+ """Unicode-string which should not be escaped.
+
+ If ``isinstance(object,_dontescape)``, then don't escape the object in
+ ``@!...!@``. It's useful for not double-escaping macros, and it's
+ automatically used for macros/subtemplates.
+
+ :Note: This only works if the object is used on its own in ``@!...!@``.
+ It i.e. does not work in ``@!object*2!@`` or ``@!object + "hi"!@``.
+ """
+ __slots__ = []
+
+
+class Renderer(object):
+ """Render a template-parse-tree.
+
+ :Uses: `TemplateBase` for macros
+ """
+
+ def __init__(self, evalfunc, escapefunc):
+ """Init the renderer.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `evalfunc`: function for template-expression-evaluation
+ (i.e. ``EvalPseudoSandbox().eval``)
+ - `escapefunc`: function for escaping special characters
+ (i.e. `escape`)
+ """
+ #TODO: test evalfunc
+ self.evalfunc = evalfunc
+ self.escapefunc = escapefunc
+
+ def _eval(self, expr, data):
+ """evalfunc with error-messages"""
+ try:
+ return self.evalfunc(expr, data)
+ #TODO: any other errors to catch here?
+ except (TypeError, NameError, LookupError, AttributeError, SyntaxError) as err:
+ raise TemplateRenderError("Cannot eval expression '%s'. (%s: %s)" %(expr, err.__class__.__name__, err))
+
+ def render(self, parsetree, data):
+ """Render a parse-tree of a template.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `parsetree`: the parse-tree
+ - `data`: the data to fill into the template (dictionary)
+ :Returns: the rendered output-unicode-string
+ :Exceptions:
+ - `TemplateRenderError`
+ """
+ _eval = self._eval # shortcut
+ output = []
+ do_else = False # use else/elif-branch?
+
+ if parsetree is None:
+ return ""
+ for elem in parsetree:
+ if "str" == elem[0]:
+ output.append(elem[1])
+ elif "sub" == elem[0]:
+ output.append(unicode(_eval(elem[1], data)))
+ elif "esc" == elem[0]:
+ obj = _eval(elem[2], data)
+ #prevent double-escape
+ if isinstance(obj, _dontescape) or isinstance(obj, TemplateBase):
+ output.append(unicode(obj))
+ else:
+ output.append(self.escapefunc(unicode(obj), elem[1]))
+ elif "for" == elem[0]:
+ do_else = True
+ (names, iterable) = elem[1:3]
+ try:
+ loop_iter = iter(_eval(iterable, data))
+ except TypeError:
+ raise TemplateRenderError("Cannot loop over '%s'." % iterable)
+ for i in loop_iter:
+ do_else = False
+ if len(names) == 1:
+ data[names[0]] = i
+ else:
+ data.update(zip(names, i)) #"for a,b,.. in list"
+ output.extend(self.render(elem[3], data))
+ elif "if" == elem[0]:
+ do_else = True
+ if _eval(elem[1], data):
+ do_else = False
+ output.extend(self.render(elem[2], data))
+ elif "elif" == elem[0]:
+ if do_else and _eval(elem[1], data):
+ do_else = False
+ output.extend(self.render(elem[2], data))
+ elif "else" == elem[0]:
+ if do_else:
+ do_else = False
+ output.extend(self.render(elem[1], data))
+ elif "macro" == elem[0]:
+ data[elem[1]] = TemplateBase(elem[2], self.render, data)
+ else:
+ raise TemplateRenderError("Invalid parse-tree (%s)." %(elem))
+
+ return output
+
+#-----------------------------------------
+# template user-interface (putting it all together)
+
+class Template(TemplateBase):
+ """Template-User-Interface.
+
+ :Usage:
+ ::
+ t = Template(...) (<- see __init__)
+ output = t(...) (<- see TemplateBase.__call__)
+
+ :Example:
+ see module-docstring
+ """
+
+ def __init__(self, string=None,filename=None,parsetree=None, encoding='utf-8', data=None, escape=HTML,
+ loader_class=LoaderFile,
+ parser_class=Parser,
+ renderer_class=Renderer,
+ eval_class=EvalPseudoSandbox,
+ escape_func=escape):
+ """Load (+parse) a template.
+
+ :Parameters:
+ - `string,filename,parsetree`: a template-string,
+ filename of a template to load,
+ or a template-parsetree.
+ (only one of these 3 is allowed)
+ - `encoding`: encoding of the template-files (only used for "filename")
+ - `data`: data to fill into the template by default (dictionary).
+ This data may later be overridden when rendering the template.
+ - `escape`: default-escaping for the template, may be overwritten by the template!
+ - `loader_class`
+ - `parser_class`
+ - `renderer_class`
+ - `eval_class`
+ - `escapefunc`
+ """
+ if [string, filename, parsetree].count(None) != 2:
+ raise ValueError('Exactly 1 of string,filename,parsetree is necessary.')
+
+ tmpl = None
+ # load template
+ if filename is not None:
+ incl_load = loader_class(os.path.dirname(filename), encoding).load
+ tmpl = incl_load(os.path.basename(filename))
+ if string is not None:
+ incl_load = dummy_raise(NotImplementedError, "'include' not supported for template-strings.")
+ tmpl = LoaderString(encoding).load(string)
+
+ # eval (incl. compile-cache)
+ templateeval = eval_class()
+
+ # parse
+ if tmpl is not None:
+ p = parser_class(loadfunc=incl_load, testexpr=templateeval.compile, escape=escape)
+ parsetree = p.parse(tmpl)
+ del p
+
+ # renderer
+ renderfunc = renderer_class(templateeval.eval, escape_func).render
+
+ #create template
+ TemplateBase.__init__(self, parsetree, renderfunc, data)
+
+
+#=========================================
diff --git a/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_class.template b/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_class.template
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..7f03b5edd2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_class.template
@@ -0,0 +1,45 @@
+
+================================================================================
+Class: ${cls.full_name}$
+================================================================================
+Class type: ${cls.type}$
+Base Class: ${cls.base_class.full_name if cls.base_class else None}$
+Inherits: ${list(cls.inherits)}$
+InheritsFull: ${cls.inherits_full}$
+Namespaces: ${list(cls.namespaces)}$
+File: ${cls.file}$
+Ctor enable: ${cls.ctor_enable}$
+Dtor enable: ${cls.dtor_enable}$
+
+Constructors:
+=============
+<!--(for ctor in cls.constructors)-->
+ * ${ctor}$
+<!--(else)-->
+ no constructors available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Methods:
+========
+<!--(for func in cls.methods)-->
+ * ${func.name}$(...) ${func.method_scope}$
+<!--(else)-->
+ no methods available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Properties:
+===========
+<!--(for func in cls.properties)-->
+ * ${func.name}$ (<!--(for v in func.getter_values)-->${v.type.c_type}$ ${v.name}$, <!--(end)-->)
+<!--(else)-->
+ no properties available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Events:
+=======
+<!--(for event in cls.events)-->
+ * ${event.name}$ -> ${event.c_name}$
+<!--(else)-->
+ no events available
+<!--(end)-->
+
diff --git a/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_namespace.template b/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_namespace.template
new file mode 100644
index 0000000000..09b7763bb0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/src/scripts/pyolian/test_gen_namespace.template
@@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
+
+================================================================================
+Namespace: ${namespace}$ ${namespaces}$
+================================================================================
+
+Classes:
+========
+<!--(for cls in classes)-->
+ * ${cls.full_name}$ (${cls.type}$)
+<!--(else)-->
+ no classes available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Aliases:
+========
+<!--(for typedecl in aliases)-->
+ * ${typedecl.full_name}$
+<!--(else)-->
+ no alias available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Structs:
+========
+<!--(for typedecl in structs)-->
+ * ${typedecl.full_name}$
+ <!--(for field in typedecl.struct_fields)-->
+ ${field}$
+ <!--(end)-->
+<!--(else)-->
+ no structs available
+<!--(end)-->
+
+Enums:
+======
+<!--(for typedecl in enums)-->
+ * ${typedecl.full_name}$
+ <!--(for field in typedecl.enum_fields)-->
+ ${field}$
+ <!--(end)-->
+<!--(else)-->
+ no enums available
+<!--(end)-->
+