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SCons / src / engine / SCons / Tool / JavaCommon.py

"""SCons.Tool.JavaCommon

Stuff for processing Java.

"""

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import os
import os.path
import re

java_parsing = 1

default_java_version = '1.4'

if java_parsing:
    # Parse Java files for class names.
    #
    # This is a really cool parser from Charles Crain
    # that finds appropriate class names in Java source.

    # A regular expression that will find, in a java file:
    #     newlines;
    #     double-backslashes;
    #     a single-line comment "//";
    #     single or double quotes preceeded by a backslash;
    #     single quotes, double quotes, open or close braces, semi-colons,
    #         periods, open or close parentheses;
    #     floating-point numbers;
    #     any alphanumeric token (keyword, class name, specifier);
    #     any alphanumeric token surrounded by angle brackets (generics);
    #     the multi-line comment begin and end tokens /* and */;
    #     array declarations "[]".
    _reToken = re.compile(r'(\n|\\\\|//|\\[\'"]|[\'"\{\}\;\.\(\)]|' +
                          r'\d*\.\d*|[A-Za-z_][\w\$\.]*|<[A-Za-z_]\w+>|' +
                          r'/\*|\*/|\[\])')

    class OuterState(object):
        """The initial state for parsing a Java file for classes,
        interfaces, and anonymous inner classes."""
        def __init__(self, version=default_java_version):

            if not version in ('1.1', '1.2', '1.3','1.4', '1.5', '1.6', '1.7',
                               '5', '6'):
                msg = "Java version %s not supported" % version
                raise NotImplementedError(msg)

            self.version = version
            self.listClasses = []
            self.listOutputs = []
            self.stackBrackets = []
            self.brackets = 0
            self.nextAnon = 1
            self.localClasses = []
            self.stackAnonClassBrackets = []
            self.anonStacksStack = [[0]]
            self.package = None

        def trace(self):
            pass

        def __getClassState(self):
            try:
                return self.classState
            except AttributeError:
                ret = ClassState(self)
                self.classState = ret
                return ret

        def __getPackageState(self):
            try:
                return self.packageState
            except AttributeError:
                ret = PackageState(self)
                self.packageState = ret
                return ret

        def __getAnonClassState(self):
            try:
                return self.anonState
            except AttributeError:
                self.outer_state = self
                ret = SkipState(1, AnonClassState(self))
                self.anonState = ret
                return ret

        def __getSkipState(self):
            try:
                return self.skipState
            except AttributeError:
                ret = SkipState(1, self)
                self.skipState = ret
                return ret
        
        def __getAnonStack(self):
            return self.anonStacksStack[-1]

        def openBracket(self):
            self.brackets = self.brackets + 1

        def closeBracket(self):
            self.brackets = self.brackets - 1
            if len(self.stackBrackets) and \
               self.brackets == self.stackBrackets[-1]:
                self.listOutputs.append('$'.join(self.listClasses))
                self.localClasses.pop()
                self.listClasses.pop()
                self.anonStacksStack.pop()
                self.stackBrackets.pop()
            if len(self.stackAnonClassBrackets) and \
               self.brackets == self.stackAnonClassBrackets[-1]:
                self.__getAnonStack().pop()
                self.stackAnonClassBrackets.pop()

        def parseToken(self, token):
            if token[:2] == '//':
                return IgnoreState('\n', self)
            elif token == '/*':
                return IgnoreState('*/', self)
            elif token == '{':
                self.openBracket()
            elif token == '}':
                self.closeBracket()
            elif token in [ '"', "'" ]:
                return IgnoreState(token, self)
            elif token == "new":
                # anonymous inner class
                if len(self.listClasses) > 0:
                    return self.__getAnonClassState()
                return self.__getSkipState() # Skip the class name
            elif token in ['class', 'interface', 'enum']:
                if len(self.listClasses) == 0:
                    self.nextAnon = 1
                self.stackBrackets.append(self.brackets)
                return self.__getClassState()
            elif token == 'package':
                return self.__getPackageState()
            elif token == '.':
                # Skip the attribute, it might be named "class", in which
                # case we don't want to treat the following token as
                # an inner class name...
                return self.__getSkipState()
            return self

        def addAnonClass(self):
            """Add an anonymous inner class"""
            if self.version in ('1.1', '1.2', '1.3', '1.4'):
                clazz = self.listClasses[0]
                self.listOutputs.append('%s$%d' % (clazz, self.nextAnon))
            elif self.version in ('1.5', '1.6', '1.7', '5', '6'):
                self.stackAnonClassBrackets.append(self.brackets)
                className = []
                className.extend(self.listClasses)
                self.__getAnonStack()[-1] = self.__getAnonStack()[-1] + 1
                for anon in self.__getAnonStack():
                    className.append(str(anon))
                self.listOutputs.append('$'.join(className))

            self.nextAnon = self.nextAnon + 1
            self.__getAnonStack().append(0)

        def setPackage(self, package):
            self.package = package

    class AnonClassState(object):
        """A state that looks for anonymous inner classes."""
        def __init__(self, old_state):
            # outer_state is always an instance of OuterState
            self.outer_state = old_state.outer_state
            self.old_state = old_state
            self.brace_level = 0
        def parseToken(self, token):
            # This is an anonymous class if and only if the next
            # non-whitespace token is a bracket. Everything between
            # braces should be parsed as normal java code.
            if token[:2] == '//':
                return IgnoreState('\n', self)
            elif token == '/*':
                return IgnoreState('*/', self)
            elif token == '\n':
                return self
            elif token[0] == '<' and token[-1] == '>':
                return self
            elif token == '(':
                self.brace_level = self.brace_level + 1
                return self
            if self.brace_level > 0:
                if token == 'new':
                    # look further for anonymous inner class
                    return SkipState(1, AnonClassState(self))
                elif token in [ '"', "'" ]:
                    return IgnoreState(token, self)
                elif token == ')':
                    self.brace_level = self.brace_level - 1
                return self
            if token == '{':
                self.outer_state.addAnonClass()
            return self.old_state.parseToken(token)

    class SkipState(object):
        """A state that will skip a specified number of tokens before
        reverting to the previous state."""
        def __init__(self, tokens_to_skip, old_state):
            self.tokens_to_skip = tokens_to_skip
            self.old_state = old_state
        def parseToken(self, token):
            self.tokens_to_skip = self.tokens_to_skip - 1
            if self.tokens_to_skip < 1:
                return self.old_state
            return self

    class ClassState(object):
        """A state we go into when we hit a class or interface keyword."""
        def __init__(self, outer_state):
            # outer_state is always an instance of OuterState
            self.outer_state = outer_state
        def parseToken(self, token):
            # the next non-whitespace token should be the name of the class
            if token == '\n':
                return self
            # If that's an inner class which is declared in a method, it
            # requires an index prepended to the class-name, e.g.
            # 'Foo$1Inner' (Tigris Issue 2087)
            if self.outer_state.localClasses and \
                self.outer_state.stackBrackets[-1] > \
                self.outer_state.stackBrackets[-2]+1:
                locals = self.outer_state.localClasses[-1]
                try:
                    idx = locals[token]
                    locals[token] = locals[token]+1
                except KeyError:
                    locals[token] = 1
                token = str(locals[token]) + token
            self.outer_state.localClasses.append({})
            self.outer_state.listClasses.append(token)
            self.outer_state.anonStacksStack.append([0])
            return self.outer_state

    class IgnoreState(object):
        """A state that will ignore all tokens until it gets to a
        specified token."""
        def __init__(self, ignore_until, old_state):
            self.ignore_until = ignore_until
            self.old_state = old_state
        def parseToken(self, token):
            if self.ignore_until == token:
                return self.old_state
            return self

    class PackageState(object):
        """The state we enter when we encounter the package keyword.
        We assume the next token will be the package name."""
        def __init__(self, outer_state):
            # outer_state is always an instance of OuterState
            self.outer_state = outer_state
        def parseToken(self, token):
            self.outer_state.setPackage(token)
            return self.outer_state

    def parse_java_file(fn, version=default_java_version):
        return parse_java(open(fn, 'r').read(), version)

    def parse_java(contents, version=default_java_version, trace=None):
        """Parse a .java file and return a double of package directory,
        plus a list of .class files that compiling that .java file will
        produce"""
        package = None
        initial = OuterState(version)
        currstate = initial
        for token in _reToken.findall(contents):
            # The regex produces a bunch of groups, but only one will
            # have anything in it.
            currstate = currstate.parseToken(token)
            if trace: trace(token, currstate)
        if initial.package:
            package = initial.package.replace('.', os.sep)
        return (package, initial.listOutputs)

else:
    # Don't actually parse Java files for class names.
    #
    # We might make this a configurable option in the future if
    # Java-file parsing takes too long (although it shouldn't relative
    # to how long the Java compiler itself seems to take...).

    def parse_java_file(fn):
        """ "Parse" a .java file.

        This actually just splits the file name, so the assumption here
        is that the file name matches the public class name, and that
        the path to the file is the same as the package name.
        """
        return os.path.split(file)

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