khartoum /

import zlib
import struct
import time

def parse_encoding_header(header):
    Break up the `HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING` header into a dict of the form,
    encodings = {'identity':1.0}

    for encoding in header.split(","):
        if(encoding.find(";") > -1):
            encoding, qvalue = encoding.split(";")
            encoding = encoding.strip()
            qvalue = qvalue.split('=', 1)[1]
            if(qvalue != ""):
                encodings[encoding] = float(qvalue)
                encodings[encoding] = 1
            encodings[encoding] = 1
    return encodings

def gzip_requested(accept_encoding_header):

    Check to see if the client can accept gzipped output, and whether or
    not it is even the preferred method. If `identity` is higher, then no
    gzipping should occur.
    encodings = parse_encoding_header(accept_encoding_header)

    # Do the actual comparisons
    if('gzip' in encodings):
        return encodings['gzip'] >= encodings['identity']

    elif('*' in encodings):
        return encodings['*'] >= encodings['identity']

        return False

# After much Googling and gnashing of teeth, this function stolen from
# cherrypy.lib.encoding seems to be the most straightforward way to do gzip
# encoding of a stream without loading the whole thing into memory at once.
def compress(body, compress_level):
    Compress 'body' at the given compress_level, where 'body' is an iterable
    over chunks of bytes.

    # See
    yield '\x1f\x8b'       # ID1 and ID2: gzip marker
    yield '\x08'           # CM: compression method
    yield '\x00'           # FLG: none set
    # MTIME: 4 bytes
    yield struct.pack("<L", int(time.time()) & int('FFFFFFFF', 16))
    yield '\x02'           # XFL: max compression, slowest algo
    yield '\xff'           # OS: unknown

    crc = zlib.crc32("")
    size = 0
    zobj = zlib.compressobj(compress_level,
                            zlib.DEFLATED, -zlib.MAX_WBITS,
                            zlib.DEF_MEM_LEVEL, 0)
    for line in body:
        size += len(line)
        crc = zlib.crc32(line, crc)
        yield zobj.compress(line)
    yield zobj.flush()

    # CRC32: 4 bytes
    yield struct.pack("<L", crc & int('FFFFFFFF', 16))
    # ISIZE: 4 bytes
    yield struct.pack("<L", size & int('FFFFFFFF', 16))