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pypy / pypy / tool / asterisk.py

# some analysis of global imports

"""
The idea:
compile a module's source text and walk recursively
through the code objects. Find out which globals
are used.
Then examine each 'import *' by importing that module
and looking for those globals.
Replace the 'import *' by the list found.
More advanced: If the new import has more than, say, 5 entries,
rewrite the import to use module.name throughout the source.
"""

import dis, cStringIO, sys

def disasm(code):
    hold = sys.stdout
    try:
        sys.stdout = cStringIO.StringIO()
        dis.dis(code)
        return sys.stdout.getvalue()
    finally:
        sys.stdout = hold

def opsequence(code):
    for line in disasm(code).split('\n'):
        pieces = line.split('(', 1)
        if len(pieces) == 1:
            start, arg = pieces[0], None
        else:
            start, arg = pieces
        words = start.split()
        while words and (words[0].isdigit() or words[0] == '>>'):
            word = words.pop(0)
            if word.isdigit():
                ofs = int(word)
        if not words:
            continue
        op = words[0]
        if arg:
            arg = arg[:-1] # )
        if op.startswith('JUMP'):
            arg = int(words[1])
        yield ofs, op, arg

def globalsof(code, globrefs=None, stars=None, globals=None):
    names = code.co_names
    vars = code.co_varnames
    if globrefs is None: globrefs = {}
    if stars is None: stars = [] # do stars in order
    if globals is None: globals = {}
    in_seq = False
    for ofs, op, arg in opsequence(code):
        if op == 'LOAD_GLOBAL':
            name = arg
            refs = globrefs.setdefault(name, {})
            offsets = refs.setdefault(code, [])
            offsets.append(ofs)
        elif op == 'IMPORT_NAME':
            in_seq = True
            imp_module = arg
            imp_what = None
        elif op == 'IMPORT_FROM':
            in_seq = True
            imp_what = arg
        elif op == 'STORE_NAME':
            # we are not interested in local imports, which
            # would generate a STORE_FAST
            name = arg
            if in_seq:
                globals[name] = imp_what, imp_module
                in_seq = False
            else:
                globals[name] = None, None
        elif op == 'IMPORT_STAR':
            stars.append( (imp_module, ofs) )
            in_seq = False
        else:
            in_seq = False
    return globrefs, stars, globals

def offsetmap(c):
    # create a mapping from offsets to line numbers.
    # we count lines from zero, here.
    tab = c.co_lnotab
    line = c.co_firstlineno - 1
    addr = 0
    res = { addr: line }
    for i in range(0, len(tab), 2):
        addr = addr + ord(tab[i])
        line = line + ord(tab[i+1])
        res[addr] = line
    return res


class Analyser:
    def __init__(self, fname):
        self.fname = fname
        self.source = file(fname).read()
        self.starimports = []
        self.codeobjects = {}
        self.globrefs, self.stars, self.globals = self.analyse()

    def analyse(self):
        globrefs = {}
        stars = []
        globals = {}
        seen = {}
        code = compile(self.source, self.fname, 'exec')
        todo = [code]
        while todo:
            code = todo.pop(0)
            self.codeobjects[code] = offsetmap(code)
            globalsof(code, globrefs, stars, globals)
            seen[code] = True
            for const in code.co_consts:
                if type(const) is type(code) and const not in seen:
                    todo.append(const)
        return globrefs, stars, globals

    def get_unknown_globals(self):
        from __builtin__ import __dict__ as bltin
        ret = [name for name in self.globrefs.keys()
               if name not in bltin and name not in self.globals]
        return ret

    def get_from_star(self, modname):
        dic = {}
        exec "from %s import *" % modname in dic
        return dic

    def resolve_star_imports(self):
        implicit = {}
        which = {}
        for star, ofs in self.stars:
            which[star] = []
            for key in self.get_from_star(star).keys():
                implicit[key] = star
        # sort out in which star import we find what.
        # note that we walked star imports in order,
        # so we are sure to resolve ambiguities correctly.
        for name in self.get_unknown_globals():
            mod = implicit[name]
            which[mod].append(name)
        imps = []
        for star, ofs in self.stars:
            imps.append( (ofs, star, which[star]) )
        self.starimports = imps

    def find_statements(self):
        # go through all code objects and collect
        # line numbers. This gives us all statements.
        lineset = {}
        for co, ofs2line in self.codeobjects.items():
            for ofs, line in ofs2line.items():
                lineset[line] = True
        linenos = lineset.keys()
        if 0 not in linenos:
            linenos.append(0)
        linenos.sort()
        self.linenos = linenos
        # now create statement chunks
        srclines = self.source.split('\n')
        stmts = []
        start = 0
        for lno in linenos[1:] + [sys.maxint]:
            stmt = '\n'.join(srclines[start:lno])
            stmts.append(stmt)
            start = lno
        self.statements = stmts
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