Source code for plainbox.impl.commands.cmd_parse

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"""
:mod:`plainbox.impl.commands.cmd_parser` -- parser sub-command
==============================================================
"""
from plainbox.i18n import gettext as _
from plainbox.impl.commands import PlainBoxCommand
from plainbox.impl.parsers import all_parsers


[docs]class ParseCommand(PlainBoxCommand): """ Command for running any of the checkbox parsers """ def __init__(self): self.parser_collection = all_parsers
[docs] def invoked(self, ns): self.parser_collection.load() if ns.parser_name == '?': return self._print_parser_list() else: parser = self.parser_collection.get_by_name(ns.parser_name) from plainbox.impl.commands.inv_parse import ParseInvocation return ParseInvocation(parser).run()
def _print_parser_list(self): print(_("The following parsers are available:")) for parser in self.parser_collection.get_all_plugins(): print(" {}: {}".format(parser.name, parser.summary)) return 0
[docs] def register_parser(self, subparsers): parser = subparsers.add_parser( "parse", help=_("parse stdin with the specified parser"), prog="plainbox dev parse", # TRANSLATORS: please keep plainbox.parsers untranslated. description=_(""" This command can be used to invoke any of the parsers exposed to the `plainbox.parsers` entry point, parse standard input and produce a JSON dump of the resulting data structure on stdout. Keep in mind that most parsers were designed with the 'C' locale in mind. You may have to override the environment variable LANG to "C". """), epilog=(_("Example: ") + "LANG=C pactl list | plainbox dev parse pactl-list"), ) parser.set_defaults(command=self) self.parser_collection.load() parser.add_argument( "parser_name", metavar=_("PARSER-NAME"), choices=['?'] + list(self.parser_collection.get_all_names()), help=_("Name of the parser to use"))
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