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import markdown
import re

def isString(s):
    """ Check if it's string """
    return isinstance(s, unicode) or isinstance(s, str)

class Processor:
    def __init__(self, markdown_instance=None):
        if markdown_instance:
            self.markdown = markdown_instance

class Treeprocessor(Processor):
    Treeprocessors are run on the ElementTree object before serialization.

    Each Treeprocessor implements a "run" method that takes a pointer to an
    ElementTree, modifies it as necessary and returns an ElementTree

    Treeprocessors must extend markdown.Treeprocessor.

    def run(self, root):
        Subclasses of Treeprocessor should implement a `run` method, which
        takes a root ElementTree. This method can return another ElementTree 
        object, and the existing root ElementTree will be replaced, or it can 
        modify the current tree and return None.

class InlineProcessor(Treeprocessor):
    A Treeprocessor that traverses a tree, applying inline patterns.

    def __init__ (self, md):
        self.__placeholder_prefix = markdown.INLINE_PLACEHOLDER_PREFIX
        self.__placeholder_suffix = markdown.ETX
        self.__placeholder_length = 4 + len(self.__placeholder_prefix) \
                                      + len(self.__placeholder_suffix)
        self.__placeholder_re = re.compile(markdown.INLINE_PLACEHOLDER % r'([0-9]{4})')
        self.markdown = md

    def __makePlaceholder(self, type):
        """ Generate a placeholder """
        id = "%04d" % len(self.stashed_nodes)
        hash = markdown.INLINE_PLACEHOLDER % id
        return hash, id

    def __findPlaceholder(self, data, index):
        Extract id from data string, start from index

        Keyword arguments:

        * data: string
        * index: index, from which we start search

        Returns: placeholder id and string index, after the found placeholder.

        m =, index)
        if m:
            return, m.end()
            return None, index + 1

    def __stashNode(self, node, type):
        """ Add node to stash """
        placeholder, id = self.__makePlaceholder(type)
        self.stashed_nodes[id] = node
        return placeholder

    def __handleInline(self, data, patternIndex=0):
        Process string with inline patterns and replace it
        with placeholders

        Keyword arguments:

        * data: A line of Markdown text
        * patternIndex: The index of the inlinePattern to start with

        Returns: String with placeholders.

        if not isinstance(data, markdown.AtomicString):
            startIndex = 0
            while patternIndex < len(self.markdown.inlinePatterns):
                data, matched, startIndex = self.__applyPattern(
                    data, patternIndex, startIndex)
                if not matched:
                    patternIndex += 1
        return data

    def __processElementText(self, node, subnode, isText=True):
        Process placeholders in Element.text or Element.tail
        of Elements popped from self.stashed_nodes.

        Keywords arguments:

        * node: parent node
        * subnode: processing node
        * isText: bool variable, True - it's text, False - it's tail

        Returns: None

        if isText:
            text = subnode.text
            subnode.text = None
            text = subnode.tail
            subnode.tail = None

        childResult = self.__processPlaceholders(text, subnode)

        if not isText and node is not subnode:
            pos = node.getchildren().index(subnode)
            pos = 0

        for newChild in childResult:
            node.insert(pos, newChild)

    def __processPlaceholders(self, data, parent):
        Process string with placeholders and generate ElementTree tree.

        Keyword arguments:

        * data: string with placeholders instead of ElementTree elements.
        * parent: Element, which contains processing inline data

        Returns: list with ElementTree elements with applied inline patterns.
        def linkText(text):
            if text:
                if result:
                    if result[-1].tail:
                        result[-1].tail += text
                        result[-1].tail = text
                    if parent.text:
                        parent.text += text
                        parent.text = text

        result = []
        strartIndex = 0
        while data:
            index = data.find(self.__placeholder_prefix, strartIndex)
            if index != -1:
                id, phEndIndex = self.__findPlaceholder(data, index)

                if id in self.stashed_nodes:
                    node = self.stashed_nodes.get(id)

                    if index > 0:
                        text = data[strartIndex:index]

                    if not isString(node): # it's Element
                        for child in [node] + node.getchildren():
                            if child.tail:
                                if child.tail.strip():
                                    self.__processElementText(node, child, False)
                            if child.text:
                                if child.text.strip():
                                    self.__processElementText(child, child)
                    else: # it's just a string
                        strartIndex = phEndIndex

                    strartIndex = phEndIndex

                else: # wrong placeholder
                    end = index + len(prefix)
                    strartIndex = end
                text = data[strartIndex:]
                data = ""

        return result

    def __applyPattern(self, pattern, data, patternIndex, startIndex=0):
        Check if the line fits the pattern, create the necessary
        elements, add it to stashed_nodes.

        Keyword arguments:

        * data: the text to be processed
        * pattern: the pattern to be checked
        * patternIndex: index of current pattern
        * startIndex: string index, from which we starting search

        Returns: String with placeholders instead of ElementTree elements.

        match = pattern.getCompiledRegExp().match(data[startIndex:])
        leftData = data[:startIndex]

        if not match:
            return data, False, 0

        node = pattern.handleMatch(match)

        if node is None:
            return data, True, len(leftData) + match.span(len(match.groups()))[0]

        if not isString(node):
            if not isinstance(node.text, markdown.AtomicString):
                # We need to process current node too
                for child in [node] + node.getchildren():
                    if not isString(node):
                        if child.text:
                            child.text = self.__handleInline(child.text,
                                                            patternIndex + 1)
                        if child.tail:
                            child.tail = self.__handleInline(child.tail,

        placeholder = self.__stashNode(node, pattern.type())

        return "%s%s%s%s" % (leftData,
                             placeholder, match.groups()[-1]), True, 0

    def run(self, tree):
        """Apply inline patterns to a parsed Markdown tree.

        Iterate over ElementTree, find elements with inline tag, apply inline
        patterns and append newly created Elements to tree.  If you don't
        want process your data with inline paterns, instead of normal string,
        use subclass AtomicString:

            node.text = markdown.AtomicString("data won't be processed with inline patterns")


        * markdownTree: ElementTree object, representing Markdown tree.

        Returns: ElementTree object with applied inline patterns.

        self.stashed_nodes = {}

        stack = [tree]

        while stack:
            currElement = stack.pop()
            insertQueue = []
            for child in currElement.getchildren():
                if child.text and not isinstance(child.text, markdown.AtomicString):
                    text = child.text
                    child.text = None
                    lst = self.__processPlaceholders(self.__handleInline(
                                                    text), child)
                    stack += lst
                    insertQueue.append((child, lst))

                if child.getchildren():

            for element, lst in insertQueue:
                if element.text:
                    element.text = \
                i = 0
                for newChild in lst:
                    # Processing attributes
                    if newChild.tail:
                        newChild.tail = \
                    if newChild.text:
                        newChild.text = \
                    element.insert(i, newChild)
                    i += 1
        return tree

class PrettifyTreeprocessor(Treeprocessor):
    """ Add linebreaks to the html document. """

    def _prettifyETree(self, elem):
        """ Recursively add linebreaks to ElementTree children. """

        i = "\n"
        if markdown.isBlockLevel(elem.tag) and elem.tag not in ['code', 'pre']:
            if (not elem.text or not elem.text.strip()) \
                    and len(elem) and markdown.isBlockLevel(elem[0].tag):
                elem.text = i
            for e in elem:
                if markdown.isBlockLevel(e.tag):
            if not elem.tail or not elem.tail.strip():
                elem.tail = i
        if not elem.tail or not elem.tail.strip():
            elem.tail = i

    def run(self, root):
        """ Add linebreaks to ElementTree root object. """

        # Do <br />'s seperately as they are often in the middle of
        # inline content and missed by _prettifyETree.
        brs = root.getiterator('br')
        for br in brs:
            if not br.tail or not br.tail.strip():
                br.tail = '\n'
                br.tail = '\n%s' % br.tail
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