orange / Orange / fixes / fix_orange_imports.py

""" This fixer changes old orange imports (imports of orange, orngSVM,
orngClustering ...) to the corresponding package in the new hierarchy. 
It will also fix all occurrences of the module names in the script.

For example it will replace this code::
    import orange
    learner = orange.SVMLearner(name='svm')

with:
    import Orange.core
    learner = Orange.core.SVMLearner(name='svm')
    
.. note:: That this is possible only if the new package is a full
    replacement for the old module (i.e. it exposes the same interface).
    If this is not the case use the fix_changed_names fixer and list all
    package content renames.
    
.. note:: This fixer runs last and should be used as a last resort. Use
    fix_changed_names fixer for fine grain control of name mappings.
  
"""
from lib2to3 import fixer_base
from lib2to3 import fixer_util
from lib2to3.fixer_util import Name, attr_chain

from lib2to3.fixes import fix_imports

import fix_changed_names

NAMES_MAPPING = fix_changed_names.MAPPING
    

"""Fix incompatible imports and module references. Modified from the
fix_imports fixer in lib2to3 by Collin Winter, Nick Edds. """

# Local imports
from lib2to3 import fixer_base
from lib2to3.fixer_util import Name, attr_chain

MAPPING = {"orange": "Orange.core",
           "orngSVM": "Orange.classification.svm",
           "orngSOM": "Orange.projection.som",
           "orngBayes":"Orange.classification.bayes",
           "orngLR":"Orange.classification.logreg",
           "orngMisc":"Orange.misc",
           "orngEnsemble":"Orange.ensemble",
           "orngCN2": "Orange.classification.rules",
           "orngMDS": "Orange.projection.mds",
           "orngStat": "Orange.evaluation.scoring",
           "orngTree": "Orange.classification.tree",
           "orngImpute": "Orange.feature.imputation",
           "orngTest": "Orange.evaluation.testing",
           "orngWrap": "Orange.tuning",
           "orngClustering": "Orange.clustering",
           "orngDisc": "Orange.feature.discretization",
           "orngLookup": "Orange.classification.lookup",
           "orngLinProj": "Orange.projection.linear",
           "orngEnviron": "Orange.utils.environ",
           "orngSQL": "Orange.data.sql"
           }

def alternates(members):
    return "(" + "|".join(map(repr, members)) + ")"


def build_pattern(mapping=MAPPING):
    mod_list = ' | '.join(["module_name='%s'" % key for key in mapping])
    bare_names = alternates(mapping.keys())

    yield """name_import=import_name< 'import' ((%s) |
               multiple_imports=dotted_as_names< any* (%s) any* >) >
          """ % (mod_list, mod_list)
    yield """import_from< 'from' (%s) 'import' ['(']
              ( any | import_as_name< any 'as' any > |
                import_as_names< any* >)  [')'] >
          """ % mod_list
    yield """import_name< 'import' (dotted_as_name< (%s) 'as' any > |
               multiple_imports=dotted_as_names<
                 any* dotted_as_name< (%s) 'as' any > any* >) >
          """ % (mod_list, mod_list)

    # Find usages of module members in code e.g. thread.foo(bar)
    yield "power< bare_with_attr=(%s) trailer<'.' any > any* >" % bare_names


class FixOrangeImports(fixer_base.BaseFix):
    mapping = MAPPING

    # We want to run this fixer late, so fix_import doesn't try to make stdlib
    # renames into relative imports.
    run_order = 6

    def build_pattern(self):
        return "|".join(build_pattern(self.mapping))

    def compile_pattern(self):
        # We override this, so MAPPING can be pragmatically altered and the
        # changes will be reflected in PATTERN.
        self.PATTERN = self.build_pattern()
#        print self.PATTERN
        super(FixOrangeImports, self).compile_pattern()
#        print self.pattern

    # Don't match the node if it's within another match.
    def match(self, node):
        match = super(FixOrangeImports, self).match
        results = match(node)
        if results:
            # Module usage could be in the trailer of an attribute lookup, so we
            # might have nested matches when "bare_with_attr" is present.
            if "bare_with_attr" not in results and \
                    any(match(obj) for obj in attr_chain(node, "parent")):
                return False
            return results
        return False

    def start_tree(self, tree, filename):
        super(FixOrangeImports, self).start_tree(tree, filename)
        self.replace = {}

    def transform(self, node, results):
        import_mod = results.get("module_name")
        if import_mod:
            mod_name = import_mod.value
            new_name = unicode(self.mapping[mod_name])
            import_mod.replace(Name(new_name, prefix=import_mod.prefix))
            if "name_import" in results:
                # If it's not a "from x import x, y" or "import x as y" import,
                # marked its usage to be replaced.
                self.replace[mod_name] = new_name
            if "multiple_imports" in results:
                # This is a nasty hack to fix multiple imports on a line (e.g.,
                # "import StringIO, urlparse"). The problem is that I can't
                # figure out an easy way to make a pattern recognize the keys of
                # MAPPING randomly sprinkled in an import statement.
                results = self.match(node)
                if results:
                    self.transform(node, results)
        else:
            # Replace usage of the module.
            bare_name = results["bare_with_attr"][0]
            new_name = self.replace.get(bare_name.value)
            if new_name:
                bare_name.replace(Name(new_name, prefix=bare_name.prefix))
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