Source code for plainbox.impl.secure.rfc822

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"""
:mod:`plainbox.impl.secure.rfc822` -- RFC822 parser
===================================================

Implementation of rfc822 serializer and deserializer.

.. warning::

    THIS MODULE DOES NOT HAVE STABLE PUBLIC API
"""

import logging
import re
import textwrap

from plainbox.i18n import gettext as _
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import FileTextSource
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import Origin
from plainbox.impl.secure.origin import UnknownTextSource

logger = logging.getLogger("plainbox.secure.rfc822")


[docs]def normalize_rfc822_value(value): # multi-line markers and consistent indentation happens only on multi-line # values, so let's run those operations only on multi-line values if value.count('\n') > 1: # Remove the multi-line dot marker value = re.sub('^(\s*)\.$', '\\1', value, flags=re.M) # Remove consistent indentation value = textwrap.dedent(value) # Strip the remaining whitespace value = value.strip() return value
[docs]class RFC822Record: """ Class for tracking RFC822 records. This is a simple container for the dictionary of data. The data is represented by two copies, one original and one after value normalization. Value normalization strips out excess whitespace and processes the magic leading dot syntax that is essential for empty newlines. Comparison is performed on the normalized data only, raw data is stored for reference but does not differentiate records. Each instance also holds the origin of the data (location of the file/stream where it was parsed from). """ def __init__(self, data, origin=None, raw_data=None, field_offset_map=None): """ Initialize a new record. :param data: A dictionary with normalized record data :param origin: A :class:`Origin` instance that describes where the data came from :param raw_data: An optional dictionary with raw record data. If omitted then it will default to normalized data (as the same object, without making a copy) :param field_offset_map: An optional dictionary with offsets (in line numbers) of each field """ self._data = data if raw_data is None: raw_data = data self._raw_data = raw_data if origin is None: origin = Origin.get_caller_origin() self._origin = origin self._field_offset_map = field_offset_map def __repr__(self): return "<{} data:{!r} origin:{!r}>".format( self.__class__.__name__, self._data, self._origin) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, RFC822Record): return (self._data, self._origin) == (other._data, other._origin) return NotImplemented def __ne__(self, other): if isinstance(other, RFC822Record): return (self._data, self._origin) != (other._data, other._origin) return NotImplemented @property def data(self): """ The normalized version of the data set (dictionary) This property exposes the normalized version of the data encapsulated in this record. Normalization is performed with :func:`normalize_rfc822_value()`. Only values are normalized, keys are left intact. """ return self._data @property def raw_data(self): """ The raw version of data set (dictionary) This property exposes the raw (original) version of the data encapsulated by this record. This data is as it was originally parsed, including all the whitespace layout. In some records this may be 'normal' data object itself (same object). """ return self._raw_data @property def origin(self): """ The origin of the record. """ return self._origin @property def field_offset_map(self): """ The field-to-line-number-offset mapping. A dictionary mapping field name to offset (in lines) relative to the origin where that field definition commences. Note: the return value may be None """ return self._field_offset_map
[docs] def dump(self, stream): """ Dump this record to a stream """ def _dump_part(stream, key, values): stream.write("{}:\n".format(key)) for value in values: if not value: stream.write(" .\n") elif value == ".": stream.write(" ..\n") else: stream.write(" {}\n".format(value)) for key, value in self.data.items(): if isinstance(value, (list, tuple)): _dump_part(stream, key, value) elif isinstance(value, str) and "\n" in value: values = value.split("\n") if not values[-1]: values = values[:-1] _dump_part(stream, key, values) else: stream.write("{}: {}\n".format(key, value)) stream.write("\n")
[docs]class RFC822SyntaxError(SyntaxError): """ SyntaxError subclass for RFC822 parsing functions """ def __init__(self, filename, lineno, msg): self.filename = filename self.lineno = lineno self.msg = msg def __repr__(self): return "{}({!r}, {!r}, {!r})".format( self.__class__.__name__, self.filename, self.lineno, self.msg) def __eq__(self, other): if isinstance(other, RFC822SyntaxError): return ((self.filename, self.lineno, self.msg) == (other.filename, other.lineno, other.msg)) return NotImplemented def __ne__(self, other): if isinstance(other, RFC822SyntaxError): return ((self.filename, self.lineno, self.msg) != (other.filename, other.lineno, other.msg)) return NotImplemented def __hash__(self): return hash((self.filename, self.lineno, self.msg))
[docs]def load_rfc822_records(stream, data_cls=dict, source=None): """ Load a sequence of rfc822-like records from a text stream. :param stream: A file-like object from which to load the rfc822 data :param data_cls: The class of the dictionary-like type to hold the results. This is mainly there so that callers may pass collections.OrderedDict. :param source: A :class:`plainbox.abc.ITextSource` subclass instance that describes where stream data is coming from. If None, it will be inferred from the stream (if possible). Specialized callers should provider a custom source object to allow developers to accurately keep track of where (possibly problematic) RFC822 data is coming from. If this is None and inferring fails then all of the loaded records will have a None origin. Each record consists of any number of key-value pairs. Subsequent records are separated by one blank line. A record key may have a multi-line value if the line starts with whitespace character. Returns a list of subsequent values as instances RFC822Record class. If the optional data_cls argument is collections.OrderedDict then the values retain their original ordering. """ return list(gen_rfc822_records(stream, data_cls, source))
[docs]def gen_rfc822_records(stream, data_cls=dict, source=None): """ Load a sequence of rfc822-like records from a text stream. :param stream: A file-like object from which to load the rfc822 data :param data_cls: The class of the dictionary-like type to hold the results. This is mainly there so that callers may pass collections.OrderedDict. :param source: A :class:`plainbox.abc.ITextSource` subclass instance that describes where stream data is coming from. If None, it will be inferred from the stream (if possible). Specialized callers should provider a custom source object to allow developers to accurately keep track of where (possibly problematic) RFC822 data is coming from. If this is None and inferring fails then all of the loaded records will have a None origin. Each record consists of any number of key-value pairs. Subsequent records are separated by one blank line. A record key may have a multi-line value if the line starts with whitespace character. Returns a list of subsequent values as instances RFC822Record class. If the optional data_cls argument is collections.OrderedDict then the values retain their original ordering. """ record = None key = None value_list = None origin = None field_offset_map = None # If the source was not provided then try constructing a FileTextSource # from the name of the stream. If that fails, keep using None. if source is None: try: source = FileTextSource(stream.name) except AttributeError: source = UnknownTextSource() def _syntax_error(msg): """ Report a syntax error in the current line """ try: filename = stream.name except AttributeError: filename = None return RFC822SyntaxError(filename, lineno, msg) def _new_record(): """ Reset local state to track new record """ nonlocal key nonlocal value_list nonlocal record nonlocal origin nonlocal field_offset_map key = None value_list = None if source is not None: origin = Origin(source, None, None) field_offset_map = {} record = RFC822Record(data_cls(), origin, data_cls(), field_offset_map) def _commit_key_value_if_needed(): """ Finalize the most recently seen key: value pair """ nonlocal key if key is not None: raw_value = ''.join(value_list) normalized_value = normalize_rfc822_value(raw_value) record.raw_data[key] = raw_value record.data[key] = normalized_value logger.debug(_("Committed key/value %r=%r"), key, normalized_value) key = None def _set_start_lineno_if_needed(): """ Remember the line number of the record start unless already set """ if origin and record.origin.line_start is None: record.origin.line_start = lineno def _update_end_lineno(): """ Update the line number of the record tail """ if origin: record.origin.line_end = lineno # Start with an empty record _new_record() # Support simple text strings if isinstance(stream, str): # keepends=True (python3.2 has no keyword for this) stream = iter(stream.splitlines(True)) # Iterate over subsequent lines of the stream for lineno, line in enumerate(stream, start=1): logger.debug(_("Looking at line %d:%r"), lineno, line) # Treat # as comments if line.startswith("#"): pass # Treat empty lines as record separators elif line.strip() == "": # Commit the current record so that the multi-line value of the # last key, if any, is saved as a string _commit_key_value_if_needed() # If data is non-empty, yield the record, this allows us to safely # use newlines for formatting if record.data: logger.debug(_("yielding record: %r"), record) yield record # Reset local state so that we can build a new record _new_record() # Treat lines staring with whitespace as multi-line continuation of the # most recently seen key-value elif line.startswith(" "): if key is None: # If we have not seen any keys yet then this is a syntax error raise _syntax_error(_("Unexpected multi-line value")) # Strip the initial space. This matches the behavior of xgettext # scanning our job definitions with multi-line values. line = line[1:] # Append the current line to the list of values of the most recent # key. This prevents quadratic complexity of string concatenation value_list.append(line) # Update the end line location of this record _update_end_lineno() # Treat lines with a colon as new key-value pairs elif ":" in line: # Since this is actual data let's try to remember where it came # from. This may be a no-operation if there were any preceding # key-value pairs. _set_start_lineno_if_needed() # Since we have a new, key-value pair we need to commit any # previous key that we may have (regardless of multi-line or # single-line values). _commit_key_value_if_needed() # Parse the line by splitting on the colon, getting rid of # all surrounding whitespace from the key and getting rid of the # leading whitespace from the value. key, value = line.split(":", 1) key = key.strip() value = value.lstrip() # Check if the key already exist in this message if key in record.data: raise _syntax_error(_( "Job has a duplicate key {!r} " "with old value {!r} and new value {!r}" ).format(key, record.raw_data[key], value)) if value.strip() != "": # Construct initial value list out of the (only) value that we # have so far. Additional multi-line values will just append to # value_list value_list = [value] # Store the offset of the filed in the offset map field_offset_map[key] = lineno - origin.line_start else: # The initial line may be empty, in that case the spaces and # newlines there are discarded value_list = [] # Store the offset of the filed in the offset map # The +1 is for the fact that value is empty (or just # whitespace) and that is stripped away in the normalized data # part of the RFC822 record. To keep line tracking accurate # we just assume that the field actually starts on # the following line. field_offset_map[key] = lineno - origin.line_start + 1 # Update the end-line location _update_end_lineno() # Treat all other lines as syntax errors else: raise _syntax_error( _("Unexpected non-empty line: {!r}").format(line)) # Make sure to commit the last key from the record _commit_key_value_if_needed() # Once we've seen the whole file return the last record, if any if record.data: logger.debug(_("yielding record: %r"), record) yield record
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