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Remove duplicate bunidiff code from hgdiff, importing from mdiff.py instead

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 import re
 from optparse import OptionParser
 from mercurial.bdiff import bdiff, blocks
+from mercurial.mdiff import bunidiff
 
 VERSION="0.2"
 usage = "usage: %prog [options] file1 file2"
     parser.print_help()
     sys.exit(1)
 
-# somewhat self contained replacement for difflib.unified_diff
-# t1 and t2 are the text to be diffed
-# l1 and l2 are the text broken up into lines
-# header1 and header2 are the filenames for the diff output
-# context is the number of context lines
-# showfunc enables diff -p output
-# ignorews ignores all whitespace changes in the diff
-def bunidiff(t1, t2, l1, l2, header1, header2, context=3, showfunc=False, 
-             ignorews=False):
-    def contextend(l, len):
-        ret = l + context
-        if ret > len:
-            ret = len
-        return ret
-
-    def contextstart(l):
-        ret = l - context
-        if ret < 0:
-            return 0
-        return ret
-
-    def yieldhunk(hunk, header):
-        if header:
-            for x in header:
-                yield x
-        (astart, a2, bstart, b2, delta) = hunk
-        aend = contextend(a2, len(l1))
-        alen = aend - astart
-        blen = b2 - bstart + aend - a2
-
-        func = ""
-        if showfunc:
-            # walk backwards from the start of the context
-            # to find a line starting with an alphanumeric char.
-            for x in xrange(astart, -1, -1):
-                t = l1[x]
-                if funcre.match(t):
-                    func = ' ' + t[:40]
-                    break
-            
-        yield "@@ -%d,%d +%d,%d @@%s\n" % (astart + 1, alen, 
-                                           bstart + 1, blen, func)
-        for x in delta:
-            yield x
-        for x in xrange(a2, aend):
-            yield ' ' + l1[x]
-
-    header = [ "--- %s\t\n" % header1, "+++ %s\t\n" % header2 ]
-
-    if showfunc:
-        funcre = re.compile('\w')
-    if ignorews:
-        wsre = re.compile('[ \t]')
-
-    # bdiff.blocks gives us the matching sequences in the files.  The loop
-    # below finds the spaces between those matching sequences and translates
-    # them into diff output.
-    #
-    diff = blocks(t1, t2)
-    hunk = None
-    for i in xrange(len(diff)):
-        # The first match is special.
-        # we've either found a match starting at line 0 or a match later
-        # in the file.  If it starts later, old and new below will both be
-        # empty and we'll continue to the next match.
-        if i > 0:
-            s = diff[i-1]
-        else:
-            s = [0, 0, 0, 0]
-        delta = []
-        s1 = diff[i]
-        a1 = s[1]
-        a2 = s1[0]
-        b1 = s[3]
-        b2 = s1[2]
-        old = l1[a1:a2]
-        new = l2[b1:b2]
-
-        # bdiff sometimes gives huge matches past eof, this check eats them,
-        # and deals with the special first match case described above
-        if not old and not new:
-            continue
-
-        if ignorews:
-            wsold = wsre.sub('', "".join(old))
-            wsnew = wsre.sub('', "".join(new))
-            if wsold == wsnew:
-                continue
-
-        astart = contextstart(a1)
-        bstart = contextstart(b1)
-        prev = None
-        if hunk:
-            # join with the previous hunk if it falls inside the context
-            if astart < hunk[1] + context + 1:
-                prev = hunk
-                astart = hunk[1]
-                bstart = hunk[3]
-            else:
-                for x in yieldhunk(hunk, header):
-                    yield x
-                # we only want to yield the header if the files differ, and
-                # we only want to yield it once.
-                header = None
-        if prev:
-            # we've joined the previous hunk, record the new ending points.
-            hunk[1] = a2
-            hunk[3] = b2
-            delta = hunk[4]
-        else:
-            # create a new hunk
-            hunk = [ astart, a2, bstart, b2, delta ]
-
-        delta[len(delta):] = [ ' ' + x for x in l1[astart:a1] ]
-        delta[len(delta):] = [ '-' + x for x in old ]
-        delta[len(delta):] = [ '+' + x for x in new ]
-
-    if hunk:
-        for x in yieldhunk(hunk, header):
-            yield x
-
 # simple utility function to put all the
 # files from a directory tree into a dict
 def buildlist(names, top):