hg-fixutf8 /

Full commit
# - Make Mercurial compatible with non-utf8 locales
# Copyright 2009 Stefan Rusek
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms
# of the GNU General Public License, incorporated herein by reference.
# To load the extension, add it to your .hgrc file:
#   [extension]
#   hgext.fixutf8 =
# This module needs no special configuration.

Fix incompatibilities with non-utf8 locales

No special configuration is needed.

# How it works:
#  There are 2 ways for strings to get into HG, either
# via that command line or filesystem filename. We want
# to make sure that both of those work.
#  We use the WIN32 GetCommandLineW() to get the unicode
# version of the command line. And we wrapp all the
# places where we send or get filenames from the os and
# make sure we send UCS-16 to windows and convert back
# to UTF8.
#  There are bugs in Python that make print() and
# sys.stdout.write() barf on unicode or utf8 when the
# output codepage is set to 65001 (UTF8). So we do all
# outputing via WriteFile() with the code page set to
# 65001. The trick is to save the existing codepage,
# and restore it before we return back to python.
#  The result is that all of our strings are UTF8 all
# the time, and never explicitly converted to anything
# else.

import sys, os, shutil

from mercurial import demandimport
demandimport.ignore.extend(["win32helper", "osutil"])

    import win32helper
    import osutil as pureosutil
except ImportError:
    import win32helper
    import osutil as pureosutil

stdout = sys.stdout

from mercurial import util, osutil, dispatch, extensions, i18n
import mercurial.ui as _ui

def test():
    print win32helper.getargs()
    print sys.argv

    uargs = ['P:\\hg-fixutf8\\', 'thi\xc5\x9b', 'i\xc5\x9b',
            '\xc4\x85', 't\xc4\x99\xc5\x9bt']
    for s in uargs:
        win32helper.rawprint(win32helper.hStdOut, s + "\n")

def mapconvert(convert, canconvert, doc):
    mapconvert(convert, canconvert, doc) ->
        (a -> a)

    Returns a function that converts arbitrary arguments
    using the specified conversion function.

    convert is a function to do actual convertions.
    canconvert returns true if the arg can be converted.
    doc is the doc string to attach to created function.

    The resulting function will return a converted list or
    tuple if passed a list or tuple.

    def _convert(arg):
        if canconvert(arg):
            return convert(arg)
        elif isinstance(arg, tuple):
            return tuple(map(_convert, arg))
        elif isinstance(arg, list):
            return map(_convert, arg)
        return arg
    _convert.__doc__ = doc
    return _convert

tounicode = mapconvert(
    lambda s: s.decode('utf-8', 'ignore'), 
    lambda s: isinstance(s, str),  
    "Convert a UTF-8 byte string to Unicode")

fromunicode = mapconvert(
    lambda s: s.encode('utf-8', 'ignore'),
    lambda s: isinstance(s, unicode),
    "Convert a Unicode string to a UTF-8 byte string")

win32helper.fromunicode = fromunicode

def utf8wrapper(orig, *args, **kargs):
        return fromunicode(orig(*tounicode(args), **kargs))
    except UnicodeDecodeError:
        print "While calling %s" % orig.__name__

def uisetup(ui):
    if sys.platform != 'win32' or not win32helper.consolehascp():


        from mercurial import encoding
        encoding.encoding = 'utf8'
    except ImportError:
        util._encoding = "utf-8"

    def localize(h):
        if hasattr(ui, '_buffers'):
            getbuffers = lambda ui: ui._buffers
            getbuffers = lambda ui: ui.buffers
        def f(orig, ui, *args, **kwds):
            if not getbuffers(ui):
                win32helper.rawprint(h, ''.join(args))
                orig(ui, *args, **kwds)
        return f

    extensions.wrapfunction(_ui.ui, "write", localize(win32helper.hStdOut))
    extensions.wrapfunction(_ui.ui, "write_err", localize(win32helper.hStdErr))

def extsetup():
    if sys.platform != 'win32':

    oldlistdir = osutil.listdir

    osutil.listdir = pureosutil.listdir # force pure listdir
    extensions.wrapfunction(osutil, "listdir", utf8wrapper)

    # only get the real command line args if we are passed a real ui object
    def disp_parse(orig, ui, args):
        if type(ui) == _ui.ui:
            args = win32helper.getargs()[-len(args):]
	return orig(ui, args)
    extensions.wrapfunction(dispatch, "_parse", disp_parse)

    class posixfile_utf8(file):
        def __init__(self, name, mode='rb'):
            super(posixfile_utf8, self).__init__(tounicode(name), mode)
    util.posixfile = posixfile_utf8

    if util.atomictempfile:
        class atomictempfile_utf8(posixfile_utf8):
            """file-like object that atomically updates a file

            All writes will be redirected to a temporary copy of the original
            file.  When rename is called, the copy is renamed to the original
            name, making the changes visible.
            def __init__(self, name, mode, createmode):
                self.__name = name
                self.temp = util.mktempcopy(name, emptyok=('w' in mode),
                posixfile_utf8.__init__(self, self.temp, mode)

            def rename(self):
                if not self.closed:
                    util.rename(self.temp, util.localpath(self.__name))

            def __del__(self):
                if not self.closed:
                    except: pass

        util.atomictempfile = atomictempfile_utf8

    # wrap the os and path functions
    def wrapnames(mod, *names):
        for name in names:
            if hasattr(mod, name):
                extensions.wrapfunction(mod, name, utf8wrapper)

    wrapnames(os.path, 'normpath', 'normcase', 'islink', 'dirname',
            'isdir', 'isfile', 'exists', 'abspath')
    wrapnames(os, 'makedirs', 'lstat', 'unlink', 'chmod', 'stat',
            'mkdir', 'rename', 'removedirs', 'setcwd', 'open')
    wrapnames(shutil, 'copyfile', 'copymode')
    extensions.wrapfunction(os, 'getcwd', win32helper.getcwdwrapper)

if __name__ == "__main__":