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__doc__ = """
Textfile/Substfile builder for SCons.

    Create file 'target' which typically is a textfile.  The 'source'
    may be any combination of strings, Nodes, or lists of same.  A
    'linesep' will be put between any part written and defaults to
    os.linesep.

    The only difference between the Textfile builder and the Substfile
    builder is that strings are converted to Value() nodes for the
    former and File() nodes for the latter.  To insert files in the
    former or strings in the latter, wrap them in a File() or Value(),
    respectively.

    The values of SUBST_DICT first have any construction variables
    expanded (its keys are not expanded).  If a value of SUBST_DICT is
    a python callable function, it is called and the result is expanded
    as the value.  Values are substituted in a "random" order; if any
    substitution could be further expanded by another subsitition, it
    is unpredictible whether the expansion will occur.
"""

__revision__ = "__FILE__ __REVISION__ __DATE__ __DEVELOPER__"

import SCons

import os
import re

from SCons.Node import Node
from SCons.Node.Python import Value
from SCons.Util import is_String, is_Sequence, is_Dict

def _do_subst(node, subs):
    """
    Fetch the node contents and replace all instances of the keys with
    their values.  For example, if subs is
        {'%VERSION%': '1.2345', '%BASE%': 'MyProg', '%prefix%': '/bin'},
    then all instances of %VERSION% in the file will be replaced with
    1.2345 and so forth.
    """
    contents = node.get_text_contents()
    if not subs: return contents
    for (k,v) in subs:
        contents = re.sub(k, v, contents)
    return contents

def _action(target, source, env):
    # prepare the line separator
    linesep = env['LINESEPARATOR']
    if linesep is None:
        linesep = os.linesep
    elif is_String(linesep):
        pass
    elif isinstance(linesep, Value):
        linesep = linesep.get_text_contents()
    else:
        raise SCons.Errors.UserError(
                           'unexpected type/class for LINESEPARATOR: %s'
                                         % repr(linesep), None)

    # create a dictionary to use for the substitutions
    if 'SUBST_DICT' not in env:
        subs = None    # no substitutions
    else:
        d = env['SUBST_DICT']
        if is_Dict(d):
            d = list(d.items())
        elif is_Sequence(d):
            pass
        else:
            raise SCons.Errors.UserError('SUBST_DICT must be dict or sequence')
        subs = []
        for (k,v) in d:
            if callable(v):
                v = v()
            if is_String(v):
                v = env.subst(v)
            else:
                v = str(v)
            subs.append((k,v))

    # write the file
    try:
        fd = open(target[0].get_path(), "wb")
    except (OSError,IOError), e:
        raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Can't write target file %s" % target[0])
    # separate lines by 'linesep' only if linesep is not empty
    lsep = None
    for s in source:
        if lsep: fd.write(lsep)
        fd.write(_do_subst(s, subs))
        lsep = linesep
    fd.close()

def _strfunc(target, source, env):
    return "Creating '%s'" % target[0]

def _convert_list_R(newlist, sources):
    for elem in sources:
        if is_Sequence(elem):
            _convert_list_R(newlist, elem)
        elif isinstance(elem, Node):
            newlist.append(elem)
        else:
            newlist.append(Value(elem))
def _convert_list(target, source, env):
    if len(target) != 1:
        raise SCons.Errors.UserError("Only one target file allowed")
    newlist = []
    _convert_list_R(newlist, source)
    return target, newlist

_common_varlist = ['SUBST_DICT', 'LINESEPARATOR']

_text_varlist = _common_varlist + ['TEXTFILEPREFIX', 'TEXTFILESUFFIX']
_text_builder = SCons.Builder.Builder(
    action = SCons.Action.Action(_action, _strfunc, varlist = _text_varlist),
    source_factory = Value,
    emitter = _convert_list,
    prefix = '$TEXTFILEPREFIX',
    suffix = '$TEXTFILESUFFIX',
    )

_subst_varlist = _common_varlist + ['SUBSTFILEPREFIX', 'TEXTFILESUFFIX']
_subst_builder = SCons.Builder.Builder(
    action = SCons.Action.Action(_action, _strfunc, varlist = _subst_varlist),
    source_factory = SCons.Node.FS.File,
    emitter = _convert_list,
    prefix = '$SUBSTFILEPREFIX',
    suffix = '$SUBSTFILESUFFIX',
    src_suffix = ['.in'],
    )

def generate(env):
    env['LINESEPARATOR'] = os.linesep
    env['BUILDERS']['Textfile'] = _text_builder
    env['TEXTFILEPREFIX'] = ''
    env['TEXTFILESUFFIX'] = '.txt'
    env['BUILDERS']['Substfile'] = _subst_builder
    env['SUBSTFILEPREFIX'] = ''
    env['SUBSTFILESUFFIX'] = ''

def exists(env):
    return 1

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