Source code for plainbox.impl.commands.inv_parse

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:mod:`plainbox.impl.commands.inv_parser` -- parser sub-command
import io
import sys

from plainbox.i18n import gettext as _

[docs]class ParseInvocation: """ Invocation of the 'parse' command """ def __init__(self, parser, encoding='UTF-8'): self.parser = parser self.encoding = encoding
[docs] def run(self): # This little trick is required to get around 'ascii' encoding that # stdin unfortunately has when piped to. Using the embedded 'buffer' # attribute of sys.stdin we can construct a TextIOWrapper with # different, arbitrary encoding. if (isinstance(sys.stdin, io.TextIOWrapper) and sys.stdin.encoding != self.encoding): with io.TextIOWrapper(sys.stdin.buffer, encoding='UTF-8') as stdin: text = self._do_read(stdin) else: text = self._do_read(sys.stdin) # If we didn't manage to read text from stdin, abort if text is None: return 1 # Parse all input and get the json representation json_text = self.parser.parse_text_to_json(text) # If we didn't manage to parse input, abort if json_text is None: return 2 # Print the json representation print(json_text) return 0
def _do_read(self, stream): try: return except UnicodeEncodeError: print(_("Unable to decode input stream, must be valid UTF-8"), file=sys.stderr) return None
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