hscommon /

# Created By: Virgil Dupras
# Created On: 2011-01-11
# Copyright 2012 Hardcoded Software (
# This software is licensed under the "BSD" License as described in the "LICENSE" file, 
# which should be included with this package. The terms are also available at 

import sys
import os
import os.path as op
import re
from math import ceil
import glob
import shutil

from . import io
from .path import Path

def nonone(value, replace_value):
    ''' Returns value if value is not None. Returns replace_value otherwise.
    if value is None:
        return replace_value
        return value

def tryint(value, default=0):
        return int(value)
    except (TypeError, ValueError):
        return default

def minmax(value, min_value, max_value):
    """Returns `value` or one of the min/max bounds if `value` is not between them.
    return min(max(value, min_value), max_value)

#--- Sequence related

def dedupe(iterable):
    '''Returns a list of elements in iterable with all dupes removed.
    result = []
    seen = {}
    for item in iterable:
        if item in seen:
        seen[item] = 1
    return result

def flatten(iterables, start_with=None):
    '''Takes a list of lists 'lists' and returns a list containing elements of every list.
    If start_with is not None, the result will start with start_with items, exactly as if
    start_with would be the first item of lists.
    result = []
    if start_with:
    for iterable in iterables:
    return result

def first(iterable):
    """Returns the first item of 'iterable'
        return next(iter(iterable))
    except StopIteration:
        return None

def stripfalse(seq):
    """Returns a sequence with all false elements stripped out of seq.
    return [x for x in seq if x]

def extract(predicate, iterable):
    """Separates the wheat from the shaft (`predicate` defines what's the wheat), and returns both.
    wheat = []
    shaft = []
    for item in iterable:
        if predicate(item):
    return wheat, shaft

def allsame(iterable):
    """Returns whether all elements of 'iterable' are the same.
    it = iter(iterable)
        first_item = next(it)
    except StopIteration:
        raise ValueError("iterable cannot be empty")
    return all(element == first_item for element in it)

def trailiter(iterable, skipfirst=False):
    """Yields (prev_element, element), starting with (None, first_element).
    If skipfirst is True, there will be no (None, item1) element and we'll start
    directly with (item1, item2).
    it = iter(iterable)
    if skipfirst:
        prev = next(it)
        prev = None
    for item in it:
        yield prev, item
        prev = item

#--- String related

def escape(s, to_escape, escape_with='\\'):
    return ''.join((escape_with + c if c in to_escape else c) for c in s)

def get_file_ext(filename):
    """Returns the lowercase extension part of filename, without the dot."""
    pos = filename.rfind('.')
    if pos > -1:
        return filename[pos + 1:].lower()
        return ''

def rem_file_ext(filename):
    """Returns the filename without extension."""
    pos = filename.rfind('.')
    if pos > -1:
        return filename[:pos]
        return filename

def pluralize(number, word, decimals=0, plural_word=None):
    """Returns a string with number in front of s, and adds a 's' to s if number > 1
    number: The number to go in front of s
    word: The word to go after number
    decimals: The number of digits after the dot
    plural_word: If the plural rule for word is more complex than adding a 's', specify a plural
    number = round(number, decimals)
    format = "%%1.%df %%s" % decimals
    if number > 1:
        if plural_word is None:
            word += 's'
            word = plural_word
    return format % (number, word)

def format_time(seconds, with_hours=True):
    """Transforms seconds in a hh:mm:ss string.
    If `with_hours` if false, the format is mm:ss.
    minus = seconds < 0
    if minus:
        seconds *= -1
    m, s = divmod(seconds, 60)
    if with_hours:
        h, m = divmod(m, 60)
        r = '%02d:%02d:%02d' % (h, m, s)
        r = '%02d:%02d' % (m,s)
    if minus:
        return '-' + r
        return r

def format_time_decimal(seconds):
    """Transforms seconds in a strings like '3.4 minutes'"""
    minus = seconds < 0
    if minus:
        seconds *= -1
    if seconds < 60:
        r = pluralize(seconds, 'second', 1)
    elif seconds < 3600:
        r = pluralize(seconds / 60.0, 'minute', 1)
    elif seconds < 86400:
        r = pluralize(seconds / 3600.0, 'hour', 1)
        r = pluralize(seconds / 86400.0, 'day', 1)
    if minus:
        return '-' + r
        return r

SIZE_DESC = ('B','KB','MB','GB','TB','PB','EB','ZB','YB')
SIZE_VALS = tuple(1024 ** i for i in range(1,9))
def format_size(size, decimal=0, forcepower=-1, showdesc=True):
    """Transform a byte count in a formatted string (KB, MB etc..).
    size is the number of bytes to format.
    decimal is the number digits after the dot.
    forcepower is the desired suffix. 0 is B, 1 is KB, 2 is MB etc.. if kept at -1, the suffix will
    be automatically chosen (so the resulting number is always below 1024).
    if showdesc is True, the suffix will be shown after the number.
    if forcepower < 0:
        i = 0
        while size >= SIZE_VALS[i]:
            i += 1
        i = forcepower
    if i > 0:
        div = SIZE_VALS[i-1]
        div = 1
    format = '%%%d.%df' % (decimal,decimal)
    negative = size < 0
    divided_size = ((0.0 + abs(size)) / div)
    if decimal == 0:
        divided_size = ceil(divided_size)
        divided_size = ceil(divided_size * (10 ** decimal)) / (10 ** decimal)
    if negative:
        divided_size *= -1
    result = format % divided_size
    if showdesc:
        result += ' ' + SIZE_DESC[i]
    return result

_valid_xml_range = '\x09\x0A\x0D\x20-\uD7FF\uE000-\uFFFD'
if sys.maxunicode > 0x10000:
    _valid_xml_range += '%s-%s' % (chr(0x10000), chr(min(sys.maxunicode, 0x10FFFF)))
RE_INVALID_XML_SUB = re.compile('[^%s]' % _valid_xml_range, re.U).sub

def remove_invalid_xml(s, replace_with=' '):
    return RE_INVALID_XML_SUB(replace_with, s)

def multi_replace(s, replace_from, replace_to=''):
    """A function like str.replace() with multiple replacements.

    replace_from is a list of things you want to replace. Ex: ['a','bc','d']
    replace_to is a list of what you want to replace to.
    If replace_to is a list and has the same length as replace_from, replace_from
    items will be translated to corresponding replace_to. A replace_to list must
    have the same length as replace_from
    If replace_to is a basestring, all replace_from occurence will be replaced
    by that string.
    replace_from can also be a str. If it is, every char in it will be translated
    as if replace_from would be a list of chars. If replace_to is a str and has
    the same length as replace_from, it will be transformed into a list.
    if isinstance(replace_to, str) and (len(replace_from) != len(replace_to)):
        replace_to = [replace_to for r in replace_from]
    if len(replace_from) != len(replace_to):
        raise ValueError('len(replace_from) must be equal to len(replace_to)')
    replace = list(zip(replace_from, replace_to))
    for r_from, r_to in [r for r in replace if r[0] in s]:
        s = s.replace(r_from, r_to)
    return s

#--- Files related

def modified_after(first_path, second_path):
    """Returns True if first_path's mtime is higher than second_path's mtime."""
        first_mtime = io.stat(first_path).st_mtime
    except EnvironmentError:
        return False
        second_mtime = io.stat(second_path).st_mtime
    except EnvironmentError:
        return True
    return first_mtime > second_mtime

def find_in_path(name, paths=None):
    """Search for `name` in all directories of `paths` and return the absolute path of the first
    occurrence. If `paths` is None, $PATH is used.
    if paths is None:
        paths = os.environ['PATH']
    if isinstance(paths, str): # if it's not a string, it's already a list
        paths = paths.split(os.pathsep)
    for path in paths:
        if op.exists(op.join(path, name)):
            return op.join(path, name)
    return None

def delete_if_empty(path, files_to_delete=[]):
    ''' Deletes the directory at 'path' if it is empty or if it only contains files_to_delete.
    if not io.exists(path) or not io.isdir(path):
    contents = io.listdir(path)
    if any(name for name in contents if (name not in files_to_delete) or io.isdir(path + name)):
        return False
    for name in contents:
        io.remove(path + name)
    return True

def open_if_filename(infile, mode='rb'):
    infile can be either a string or a file-like object.
    if it is a string, a file will be opened with mode.
    Returns a tuple (shouldbeclosed,infile) infile is a file object
    if isinstance(infile, Path):
        return (, mode), True)
    if isinstance(infile, str):
        return (open(infile, mode), True)
        return (infile, False)

def ensure_folder(path):
    "Create `path` as a folder if it doesn't exist."
    if not op.exists(path):

def ensure_file(path):
    "Create `path` as an empty file if it doesn't exist."
    if not op.exists(path):
        open(path, 'w').close()

def delete_files_with_pattern(folder_path, pattern, recursive=True):
    """Delete all files (or folders) in `folder_path` that match the glob `pattern`.
    to_delete = glob.glob(op.join(folder_path, pattern))
    for fn in to_delete:
        if op.isdir(fn):
    if recursive:
        subpaths = [op.join(folder_path, fn) for fn in os.listdir(folder_path)]
        subfolders = [p for p in subpaths if op.isdir(p)]
        for p in subfolders:
            delete_files_with_pattern(p, pattern, True)

class FileOrPath:
    def __init__(self, file_or_path, mode='rb'):
        self.file_or_path = file_or_path
        self.mode = mode
        self.mustclose = False
        self.fp = None
    def __enter__(self):
        self.fp, self.mustclose = open_if_filename(self.file_or_path, self.mode)
        return self.fp
    def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
        if self.fp and self.mustclose: