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"""PySummary

A PySummary instance reads a Python file and creates a summary of the file
which you can access by using it as a (e.g., %s or str()).

The notion of a "category" is recognized. A category is simply a group of
methods with a given name. The default prefix for denoting a category is ##.

"""

import os


class PySummary(object):


    ## Init ##

    def __init__(self):
        self._filename = None
        self._lines = []
        self.invalidateCache()
        if os.path.exists('PySummary.config'):
            self.readConfig('PySummary.config')


    ## Config ##

    def readConfig(self, filename):
        self._settings = eval(open(filename).read())
        assert isinstance(self._settings, dict)


    ## Reading files ##

    def readFileNamed(self, filename):
        self._filename = filename
        file = open(filename)
        self.readFile(file)
        file.close()

    def readFile(self, file):
        self.invalidateCache()
        lines = file.readlines()
        while lines:
            line = lines.pop(0).rstrip()
            sline = line.lstrip()
            if not sline:
                continue
            try:
                if sline[:6] == 'class ' and sline[6] != '_' and (
                        sline.find('(', 7) >= 0 or sline.find(':', 7) >= 0):
                    self._lines.append(Line('class', line)) # a class
                    line = lines.pop(0).lstrip()
                    if line[:3] == '"""': # skip docstring
                        while lines and line.rstrip()[-3:] != '"""':
                            line = lines.pop(0)
                    while lines and line.lstrip(): # skip body
                        line = lines.pop(0)
                elif sline[:4] == 'def ' and (sline[4] != '_'
                        or sline[5] == '_') and sline.find('(', 5) >= 0:
                    self._lines.append(Line('def', line)) # a method
                    line = lines.pop(0).lstrip()
                    if line[:3] == '"""': # skip docstring
                        while lines and line.rstrip()[-3:] != '"""':
                            line = lines.pop(0)
                    while lines and line.lstrip(): # skip body
                        line = lines.pop(0)
                elif sline[:3] == '## ': # a category
                    self._lines.append(Line('category', line))
            except IndexError:
                pass


    ## Reports ##

    def text(self):
        return self.render('text')

    def html(self):
        return self.render('html')

    def render(self, format):
        filename = self._filename
        path, basename = os.path.split(filename)
        module = os.path.splitext(basename)[0]
        package = '%s.%s' % (path, module)
        span = format == 'html'
        settings = self._settings[format]
        res = []
        res.append(settings['file'][0] % locals())
        if self._lines:
            for line in self._lines:
                lineType = line.type()
                if (line.text()[:1].lstrip()
                        and settings[lineType][0][:1] == '\n'):
                    res.append('\n')
                res.append(settings[lineType][0])
                if span:
                    res.append('<span class="line_%s">' % lineType)
                res.append(getattr(line, format)()) # e.g., line.format()
                if span:
                    res.append('</span>')
                res.append('\n')
                res.append(settings[lineType][1])
        else:
            res.append('# No classes or functions defined in this module.')
        res.append('\n')
        res.append(settings['file'][1] % locals())
        res = ''.join(res)
        res = res.replace('\t', settings['tabSubstitute'])
        return res


    ## As strings ##

    def __repr__(self):
        return self.text()

    def __str__(self):
        return self.html()


    ## Self utility ##

    def invalidateCache(self):
        self._text = None
        self._html = None


class Line(object):

    def __init__(self, type, contents):
        self._type = type
        self._text = contents
        self._html = None

    def type(self):
        return self._type

    def text(self):
        return self._text

    def html(self):
        if self._html is None:
            if self._type == 'class' or self._type == 'def':
                ht = self._text
                start = ht.find(self._type) + len(self._type) + 1
                end = ht.find('(', start)
                if end < 0:
                    end = ht.find(':', start)
                    if end < 0:
                        end = start
                if self._type == 'def':
                    end2 = ht.find(')', end + 1)
                    if end2 >= 0:
                        ht = ht[:end2+1]
                ht = '%s<span class="name_%s">%s</span>%s' % (
                    ht[:start], self._type, ht[start:end], ht[end:])
            else:
                ht = self._text
            self._html = ht
        return self._html

    def __str__(self):
        return self.text()


## Auxiliary functions ##


def test():
    print 'Testing on self...'
    sum = PySummary()
    sum.readFileNamed('PySummary.py')
    open('PySummary.py.sum.text', 'w').write(sum.text())
    open('PySummary.py.sum.html', 'w').write(sum.html())
    print 'Wrote PySummary.py.sum.* files.'
    print 'Finished.'


if __name__ == '__main__':
    test()