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mino-pypy / lib-python / 2.7 / json / decoder.py

"""Implementation of JSONDecoder
"""
import re
import sys
import struct

from json import scanner
try:
    from _json import scanstring as c_scanstring
except ImportError:
    c_scanstring = None

__all__ = ['JSONDecoder']

FLAGS = re.VERBOSE | re.MULTILINE | re.DOTALL

def _floatconstants():
    _BYTES = '7FF80000000000007FF0000000000000'.decode('hex')
    if sys.byteorder != 'big':
        _BYTES = _BYTES[:8][::-1] + _BYTES[8:][::-1]
    nan, inf = struct.unpack('dd', _BYTES)
    return nan, inf, -inf

NaN, PosInf, NegInf = _floatconstants()


def linecol(doc, pos):
    lineno = doc.count('\n', 0, pos) + 1
    if lineno == 1:
        colno = pos
    else:
        colno = pos - doc.rindex('\n', 0, pos)
    return lineno, colno


def errmsg(msg, doc, pos, end=None):
    # Note that this function is called from _json
    lineno, colno = linecol(doc, pos)
    if end is None:
        fmt = '{0}: line {1} column {2} (char {3})'
        return fmt.format(msg, lineno, colno, pos)
        #fmt = '%s: line %d column %d (char %d)'
        #return fmt % (msg, lineno, colno, pos)
    endlineno, endcolno = linecol(doc, end)
    fmt = '{0}: line {1} column {2} - line {3} column {4} (char {5} - {6})'
    return fmt.format(msg, lineno, colno, endlineno, endcolno, pos, end)
    #fmt = '%s: line %d column %d - line %d column %d (char %d - %d)'
    #return fmt % (msg, lineno, colno, endlineno, endcolno, pos, end)


_CONSTANTS = {
    '-Infinity': NegInf,
    'Infinity': PosInf,
    'NaN': NaN,
}

STRINGCHUNK = re.compile(r'(.*?)(["\\\x00-\x1f])', FLAGS)
BACKSLASH = {
    '"': u'"', '\\': u'\\', '/': u'/',
    'b': u'\b', 'f': u'\f', 'n': u'\n', 'r': u'\r', 't': u'\t',
}

DEFAULT_ENCODING = "utf-8"

def py_scanstring(s, end, encoding=None, strict=True):
    """Scan the string s for a JSON string. End is the index of the
    character in s after the quote that started the JSON string.
    Unescapes all valid JSON string escape sequences and raises ValueError
    on attempt to decode an invalid string. If strict is False then literal
    control characters are allowed in the string.

    Returns a tuple of the decoded string and the index of the character in s
    after the end quote."""
    if encoding is None:
        encoding = DEFAULT_ENCODING
    chunks = []
    _append = chunks.append
    begin = end - 1
    while 1:
        chunk = STRINGCHUNK.match(s, end)
        if chunk is None:
            raise ValueError(
                errmsg("Unterminated string starting at", s, begin))
        end = chunk.end()
        content, terminator = chunk.groups()
        # Content is contains zero or more unescaped string characters
        if content:
            if not isinstance(content, unicode):
                content = unicode(content, encoding)
            _append(content)
        # Terminator is the end of string, a literal control character,
        # or a backslash denoting that an escape sequence follows
        if terminator == '"':
            break
        elif terminator != '\\':
            if strict:
                #msg = "Invalid control character %r at" % (terminator,)
                msg = "Invalid control character {0!r} at".format(terminator)
                raise ValueError(errmsg(msg, s, end))
            else:
                _append(terminator)
                continue
        try:
            esc = s[end]
        except IndexError:
            raise ValueError(
                errmsg("Unterminated string starting at", s, begin))
        # If not a unicode escape sequence, must be in the lookup table
        if esc != 'u':
            try:
                char = BACKSLASH[esc]
            except KeyError:
                msg = "Invalid \\escape: " + repr(esc)
                raise ValueError(errmsg(msg, s, end))
            end += 1
        else:
            # Unicode escape sequence
            esc = s[end + 1:end + 5]
            next_end = end + 5
            if len(esc) != 4:
                msg = "Invalid \\uXXXX escape"
                raise ValueError(errmsg(msg, s, end))
            uni = int(esc, 16)
            # Check for surrogate pair on UCS-4 systems
            if 0xd800 <= uni <= 0xdbff and sys.maxunicode > 65535:
                msg = "Invalid \\uXXXX\\uXXXX surrogate pair"
                if not s[end + 5:end + 7] == '\\u':
                    raise ValueError(errmsg(msg, s, end))
                esc2 = s[end + 7:end + 11]
                if len(esc2) != 4:
                    raise ValueError(errmsg(msg, s, end))
                uni2 = int(esc2, 16)
                uni = 0x10000 + (((uni - 0xd800) << 10) | (uni2 - 0xdc00))
                next_end += 6
            char = unichr(uni)
            end = next_end
        # Append the unescaped character
        _append(char)
    return u''.join(chunks), end


# Use speedup if available
scanstring = c_scanstring or py_scanstring

WHITESPACE = re.compile(r'[ \t\n\r]*', FLAGS)
WHITESPACE_STR = ' \t\n\r'

def JSONObject(s_and_end, encoding, strict, scan_once, object_hook,
               object_pairs_hook):
    s, end = s_and_end
    pairs = []
    pairs_append = pairs.append
    # Use a slice to prevent IndexError from being raised, the following
    # check will raise a more specific ValueError if the string is empty
    nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
    # Normally we expect nextchar == '"'
    if nextchar != '"':
        if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
            end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end).end()
            nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
        # Trivial empty object
        if nextchar == '}':
            if object_pairs_hook is not None:
                result = object_pairs_hook(pairs)
                return result, end
            pairs = {}
            if object_hook is not None:
                pairs = object_hook(pairs)
            return pairs, end + 1
        elif nextchar != '"':
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting property name", s, end))
    end += 1
    while True:
        key, end = scanstring(s, end, encoding, strict)

        # To skip some function call overhead we optimize the fast paths where
        # the JSON key separator is ": " or just ":".
        if s[end:end + 1] != ':':
            end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end).end()
            if s[end:end + 1] != ':':
                raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting : delimiter", s, end))

        end += 1

        try:
            if s[end] in WHITESPACE_STR:
                end += 1
                if s[end] in WHITESPACE_STR:
                    end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
        except IndexError:
            pass

        try:
            value, end = scan_once(s, end)
        except StopIteration:
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting object", s, end))
        pairs_append((key, value))

        try:
            nextchar = s[end]
            if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
                end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
                nextchar = s[end]
        except IndexError:
            nextchar = ''
        end += 1

        if nextchar == '}':
            break
        elif nextchar != ',':
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting , delimiter", s, end - 1))

        try:
            nextchar = s[end]
            if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
                end += 1
                nextchar = s[end]
                if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
                    end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
                    nextchar = s[end]
        except IndexError:
            nextchar = ''

        end += 1
        if nextchar != '"':
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting property name", s, end - 1))

    if object_pairs_hook is not None:
        result = object_pairs_hook(pairs)
        return result, end
    pairs = dict(pairs)
    if object_hook is not None:
        pairs = object_hook(pairs)
    return pairs, end

def JSONArray(s_and_end, scan_once):
    s, end = s_and_end
    values = []
    nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
    if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
        end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
        nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
    # Look-ahead for trivial empty array
    if nextchar == ']':
        return values, end + 1
    _append = values.append
    while True:
        try:
            value, end = scan_once(s, end)
        except StopIteration:
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting object", s, end))
        _append(value)
        nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
        if nextchar in WHITESPACE_STR:
            end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
            nextchar = s[end:end + 1]
        end += 1
        if nextchar == ']':
            break
        elif nextchar != ',':
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Expecting , delimiter", s, end))

        try:
            if s[end] in WHITESPACE_STR:
                end += 1
                if s[end] in WHITESPACE_STR:
                    end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end + 1).end()
        except IndexError:
            pass

    return values, end

class JSONDecoder(object):
    """Simple JSON <http://json.org> decoder

    Performs the following translations in decoding by default:

    +---------------+-------------------+
    | JSON          | Python            |
    +===============+===================+
    | object        | dict              |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | array         | list              |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | string        | unicode           |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | number (int)  | int, long         |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | number (real) | float             |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | true          | True              |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | false         | False             |
    +---------------+-------------------+
    | null          | None              |
    +---------------+-------------------+

    It also understands ``NaN``, ``Infinity``, and ``-Infinity`` as
    their corresponding ``float`` values, which is outside the JSON spec.

    """

    def __init__(self, encoding=None, object_hook=None, parse_float=None,
            parse_int=None, parse_constant=None, strict=True,
            object_pairs_hook=None):
        """``encoding`` determines the encoding used to interpret any ``str``
        objects decoded by this instance (utf-8 by default).  It has no
        effect when decoding ``unicode`` objects.

        Note that currently only encodings that are a superset of ASCII work,
        strings of other encodings should be passed in as ``unicode``.

        ``object_hook``, if specified, will be called with the result
        of every JSON object decoded and its return value will be used in
        place of the given ``dict``.  This can be used to provide custom
        deserializations (e.g. to support JSON-RPC class hinting).

        ``object_pairs_hook``, if specified will be called with the result of
        every JSON object decoded with an ordered list of pairs.  The return
        value of ``object_pairs_hook`` will be used instead of the ``dict``.
        This feature can be used to implement custom decoders that rely on the
        order that the key and value pairs are decoded (for example,
        collections.OrderedDict will remember the order of insertion). If
        ``object_hook`` is also defined, the ``object_pairs_hook`` takes
        priority.

        ``parse_float``, if specified, will be called with the string
        of every JSON float to be decoded. By default this is equivalent to
        float(num_str). This can be used to use another datatype or parser
        for JSON floats (e.g. decimal.Decimal).

        ``parse_int``, if specified, will be called with the string
        of every JSON int to be decoded. By default this is equivalent to
        int(num_str). This can be used to use another datatype or parser
        for JSON integers (e.g. float).

        ``parse_constant``, if specified, will be called with one of the
        following strings: -Infinity, Infinity, NaN.
        This can be used to raise an exception if invalid JSON numbers
        are encountered.

        If ``strict`` is false (true is the default), then control
        characters will be allowed inside strings.  Control characters in
        this context are those with character codes in the 0-31 range,
        including ``'\\t'`` (tab), ``'\\n'``, ``'\\r'`` and ``'\\0'``.

        """
        self.encoding = encoding
        self.object_hook = object_hook
        self.object_pairs_hook = object_pairs_hook
        self.parse_float = parse_float or float
        self.parse_int = parse_int or int
        self.parse_constant = parse_constant or _CONSTANTS.__getitem__
        self.strict = strict
        self.parse_object = JSONObject
        self.parse_array = JSONArray
        self.parse_string = scanstring
        self.scan_once = scanner.make_scanner(self)

    def decode(self, s):
        """Return the Python representation of ``s`` (a ``str`` or ``unicode``
        instance containing a JSON document)

        """
        obj, end = self.raw_decode(s, idx=WHITESPACE.match(s, 0).end())
        end = WHITESPACE.match(s, end).end()
        if end != len(s):
            raise ValueError(errmsg("Extra data", s, end, len(s)))
        return obj

    def raw_decode(self, s, idx=0):
        """Decode a JSON document from ``s`` (a ``str`` or ``unicode``
        beginning with a JSON document) and return a 2-tuple of the Python
        representation and the index in ``s`` where the document ended.

        This can be used to decode a JSON document from a string that may
        have extraneous data at the end.

        """
        try:
            obj, end = self.scan_once(s, idx)
        except StopIteration:
            raise ValueError("No JSON object could be decoded")
        return obj, end
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