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#   Copyright 2000-2008 Michael Hudson-Doyle <micahel@gmail.com>
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"""
functions for parsing keyspecs

Support for turning keyspecs into appropriate sequences.

pyrepl uses it's own bastardized keyspec format, which is meant to be
a strict superset of readline's \"KEYSEQ\" format (which is to say
that if you can come up with a spec readline accepts that this
doesn't, you've found a bug and should tell me about it).

Note that this is the `\\C-o' style of readline keyspec, not the
`Control-o' sort.

A keyspec is a string representing a sequence of keypresses that can
be bound to a command.

All characters other than the backslash represent themselves.  In the
traditional manner, a backslash introduces a escape sequence.

The extension to readline is that the sequence \\<KEY> denotes the
sequence of charaters produced by hitting KEY.

Examples:

`a'     - what you get when you hit the `a' key
`\\EOA'  - Escape - O - A (up, on my terminal)
`\\<UP>' - the up arrow key
`\\<up>' - ditto (keynames are case insensitive)
`\\C-o', `\\c-o'  - control-o
`\\M-.'  - meta-period
`\\E.'   - ditto (that's how meta works for pyrepl)
`\\<tab>', `\\<TAB>', `\\t', `\\011', '\\x09', '\\X09', '\\C-i', '\\C-I'
   - all of these are the tab character.  Can you think of any more?
"""

_escapes = {
    '\\':'\\',
    "'":"'",
    '"':'"',
    'a':'\a',
    'b':'\h',
    'e':'\033',
    'f':'\f',
    'n':'\n',
    'r':'\r',
    't':'\t',
    'v':'\v'
    }

_keynames = {
    'backspace': 'backspace',
    'delete':    'delete',
    'down':      'down',
    'end':       'end',
    'enter':     '\r',
    'escape':    '\033',
    'f1' : 'f1',   'f2' : 'f2',   'f3' : 'f3',   'f4' : 'f4',
    'f5' : 'f5',   'f6' : 'f6',   'f7' : 'f7',   'f8' : 'f8',
    'f9' : 'f9',   'f10': 'f10',  'f11': 'f11',  'f12': 'f12',
    'f13': 'f13',  'f14': 'f14',  'f15': 'f15',  'f16': 'f16',
    'f17': 'f17',  'f18': 'f18',  'f19': 'f19',  'f20': 'f20',
    'home':      'home',
    'insert':    'insert',
    'left':      'left',
    'page down': 'page down',
    'page up':   'page up',
    'return':    '\r',
    'right':     'right',
    'space':     ' ',
    'tab':       '\t',
    'up':        'up',
    }

class KeySpecError(Exception):
    pass

def _parse_key1(key, s):
    ctrl = 0
    meta = 0
    ret = ''
    while not ret and s < len(key):
        if key[s] == '\\':
            c = key[s+1].lower()
            if c in _escapes:
                ret = _escapes[c]
                s += 2
            elif c == "c":
                if key[s + 2] != '-':
                    raise KeySpecError(
                              "\\C must be followed by `-' (char %d of %s)"%(
                        s + 2, repr(key)))
                if ctrl:
                    raise KeySpecError("doubled \\C- (char %d of %s)"%(
                        s + 1, repr(key)))
                ctrl = 1
                s += 3
            elif c == "m":
                if key[s + 2] != '-':
                    raise KeySpecError(
                              "\\M must be followed by `-' (char %d of %s)"%(
                        s + 2, repr(key)))
                if meta:
                    raise KeySpecError("doubled \\M- (char %d of %s)"%(
                        s + 1, repr(key)))
                meta = 1
                s += 3
            elif c.isdigit():
                n = key[s+1:s+4]
                ret = chr(int(n, 8))
                s += 4
            elif c == 'x':
                n = key[s+2:s+4]
                ret = chr(int(n, 16))
                s += 4
            elif c == '<':
                t = key.find('>', s)
                if t == -1:
                    raise KeySpecError(
                              "unterminated \\< starting at char %d of %s"%(
                        s + 1, repr(key)))
                ret = key[s+2:t].lower()
                if ret not in _keynames:
                    raise KeySpecError(
                              "unrecognised keyname `%s' at char %d of %s"%(
                        ret, s + 2, repr(key)))
                ret = _keynames[ret]
                s = t + 1
            else:
                raise KeySpecError(
                          "unknown backslash escape %s at char %d of %s"%(
                    repr(c), s + 2, repr(key)))
        else:
            ret = key[s]
            s += 1
    if ctrl:
        if len(ret) > 1:
            raise KeySpecError("\\C- must be followed by a character")
        ret = chr(ord(ret) & 0x1f)   # curses.ascii.ctrl()
    if meta:
        ret = ['\033', ret]
    else:
        ret = [ret]
    return ret, s

def parse_keys(key):
    s = 0
    r = []
    while s < len(key):
        k, s = _parse_key1(key, s)
        r.extend(k)
    return r

def compile_keymap(keymap, empty=b''):
    r = {}
    for key, value in keymap.items():
        if isinstance(key, bytes):
            first = key[:1]
        else:
            first = key[0]
        r.setdefault(first, {})[key[1:]] = value
    for key, value in r.items():
        if empty in value:
            if len(value) != 1:
                raise KeySpecError(
                      "key definitions for %s clash"%(value.values(),))
            else:
                r[key] = value[empty]
        else:
            r[key] = compile_keymap(value, empty)
    return r