rope_py3k / rope / base / pycore.py

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import bisect
import difflib
import sys
import warnings

import rope.base.oi.doa
import rope.base.oi.objectinfo
import rope.base.oi.soa
from rope.base import ast, exceptions, taskhandle, utils, stdmods
from rope.base.exceptions import ModuleNotFoundError
from rope.base.pyobjectsdef import PyModule, PyPackage, PyClass
import rope.base.resources
import rope.base.resourceobserver
from rope.base import builtins


class PyCore(object):

    def __init__(self, project):
        self.project = project
        self._init_resource_observer()
        self.cache_observers = []
        self.module_cache = _ModuleCache(self)
        self.extension_cache = _ExtensionCache(self)
        self.object_info = rope.base.oi.objectinfo.ObjectInfoManager(project)
        self._init_python_files()
        self._init_automatic_soa()
        self._init_source_folders()

    def _init_python_files(self):
        self.python_matcher = None
        patterns = self.project.prefs.get('python_files', None)
        if patterns is not None:
            self.python_matcher = rope.base.resources._ResourceMatcher()
            self.python_matcher.set_patterns(patterns)

    def _init_resource_observer(self):
        callback = self._invalidate_resource_cache
        observer = rope.base.resourceobserver.ResourceObserver(
            changed=callback, moved=callback, removed=callback)
        self.observer = rope.base.resourceobserver.FilteredResourceObserver(observer)
        self.project.add_observer(self.observer)

    def _init_source_folders(self):
        self._custom_source_folders = []
        for path in self.project.prefs.get('source_folders', []):
            folder = self.project.get_resource(path)
            self._custom_source_folders.append(folder)

    def _init_automatic_soa(self):
        if not self.automatic_soa:
            return
        callback = self._file_changed_for_soa
        observer = rope.base.resourceobserver.ResourceObserver(
            changed=callback, moved=callback, removed=callback)
        self.project.add_observer(observer)

    @property
    def automatic_soa(self):
        auto_soa = self.project.prefs.get('automatic_soi', None)
        return self.project.prefs.get('automatic_soa', auto_soa)

    def _file_changed_for_soa(self, resource, new_resource=None):
        old_contents = self.project.history.\
                       contents_before_current_change(resource)
        if old_contents is not None:
            perform_soa_on_changed_scopes(self.project, resource, old_contents)

    def is_python_file(self, resource):
        if resource.is_folder():
            return False
        if self.python_matcher is None:
            return resource.name.endswith('.py')
        return self.python_matcher.does_match(resource)

    def get_module(self, name, folder=None):
        """Returns a `PyObject` if the module was found."""
        module = self.find_module(name, folder)
        if module is None:
            module = self._builtin_module(name)
            if module is None:
                raise ModuleNotFoundError('Module %s not found' % name)
            return module
        return self.resource_to_pyobject(module)

    def _builtin_submodules(self, modname):
        result = {}
        for extension in self.extension_modules:
            if extension.startswith(modname + '.'):
                name = extension[len(modname) + 1:]
                if '.' not in name:
                    result[name] = self._builtin_module(extension)
        return result

    def _builtin_module(self, name):
        return self.extension_cache.get_pymodule(name)

    def get_relative_module(self, name, folder, level):
        module = self.find_relative_module(name, folder, level)
        if module is None:
            raise ModuleNotFoundError('Module %s not found' % name)
        return self.resource_to_pyobject(module)

    def get_string_module(self, code, resource=None, force_errors=False):
        """Returns a `PyObject` object for the given code

        If `force_errors` is `True`, `exceptions.ModuleSyntaxError` is
        raised if module has syntax errors.  This overrides
        ``ignore_syntax_errors`` project config.

        """
        return PyModule(self, code, resource, force_errors=force_errors)

    def get_string_scope(self, code, resource=None):
        """Returns a `Scope` object for the given code"""
        return self.get_string_module(code, resource).get_scope()

    def _invalidate_resource_cache(self, resource, new_resource=None):
        for observer in self.cache_observers:
            observer(resource)

    def _find_module_in_folder(self, folder, modname):
        module = folder
        packages = modname.split('.')
        for pkg in packages[:-1]:
            if  module.is_folder() and module.has_child(pkg):
                module = module.get_child(pkg)
            else:
                return None
        if module.is_folder():
            if module.has_child(packages[-1]) and \
               module.get_child(packages[-1]).is_folder():
                return module.get_child(packages[-1])
            elif module.has_child(packages[-1] + '.py') and \
                 not module.get_child(packages[-1] + '.py').is_folder():
                return module.get_child(packages[-1] + '.py')

    def get_python_path_folders(self):
        import rope.base.project
        result = []
        for src in self.project.prefs.get('python_path', []) + sys.path:
            try:
                src_folder = rope.base.project.get_no_project().get_resource(src)
                result.append(src_folder)
            except rope.base.exceptions.ResourceNotFoundError:
                pass
        return result

    def find_module(self, modname, folder=None):
        """Returns a resource corresponding to the given module

        returns None if it can not be found
        """
        return self._find_module(modname, folder)

    def find_relative_module(self, modname, folder, level):
        for i in range(level - 1):
            folder = folder.parent
        if modname == '':
            return folder
        else:
            return self._find_module_in_folder(folder, modname)

    def _find_module(self, modname, folder=None):
        """Return `modname` module resource"""
        for src in self.get_source_folders():
            module = self._find_module_in_folder(src, modname)
            if module is not None:
                return module
        for src in self.get_python_path_folders():
            module = self._find_module_in_folder(src, modname)
            if module is not None:
                return module
        if folder is not None:
            module = self._find_module_in_folder(folder, modname)
            if module is not None:
                return module
        return None

    # INFO: It was decided not to cache source folders, since:
    #  - Does not take much time when the root folder contains
    #    packages, that is most of the time
    #  - We need a separate resource observer; `self.observer`
    #    does not get notified about module and folder creations
    def get_source_folders(self):
        """Returns project source folders"""
        if self.project.root is None:
            return []
        result = list(self._custom_source_folders)
        result.extend(self._find_source_folders(self.project.root))
        return result

    def resource_to_pyobject(self, resource, force_errors=False):
        return self.module_cache.get_pymodule(resource, force_errors)

    def get_python_files(self):
        """Returns all python files available in the project"""
        return [resource for resource in self.project.get_files()
                if self.is_python_file(resource)]

    def _is_package(self, folder):
        if folder.has_child('__init__.py') and \
           not folder.get_child('__init__.py').is_folder():
            return True
        else:
            return False

    def _find_source_folders(self, folder):
        for resource in folder.get_folders():
            if self._is_package(resource):
                return [folder]
        result = []
        for resource in folder.get_files():
            if resource.name.endswith('.py'):
                result.append(folder)
                break
        for resource in folder.get_folders():
            result.extend(self._find_source_folders(resource))
        return result

    def run_module(self, resource, args=None, stdin=None, stdout=None):
        """Run `resource` module

        Returns a `rope.base.oi.doa.PythonFileRunner` object for
        controlling the process.

        """
        perform_doa = self.project.prefs.get('perform_doi', True)
        perform_doa = self.project.prefs.get('perform_doa', perform_doa)
        receiver = self.object_info.doa_data_received
        if not perform_doa:
            receiver = None
        runner = rope.base.oi.doa.PythonFileRunner(
            self, resource, args, stdin, stdout, receiver)
        runner.add_finishing_observer(self.module_cache.forget_all_data)
        runner.run()
        return runner

    def analyze_module(self, resource, should_analyze=lambda py: True,
                       search_subscopes=lambda py: True, followed_calls=None):
        """Analyze `resource` module for static object inference

        This function forces rope to analyze this module to collect
        information about function calls.  `should_analyze` is a
        function that is called with a `PyDefinedObject` argument.  If
        it returns `True` the element is analyzed.  If it is `None` or
        returns `False` the element is not analyzed.

        `search_subscopes` is like `should_analyze`; The difference is
        that if it returns `False` the sub-scopes are all ignored.
        That is it is assumed that `should_analyze` returns `False`
        for all of its subscopes.

        `followed_calls` override the value of ``soa_followed_calls``
        project config.
        """
        if followed_calls is None:
            followed_calls = self.project.prefs.get('soa_followed_calls', 0)
        pymodule = self.resource_to_pyobject(resource)
        self.module_cache.forget_all_data()
        rope.base.oi.soa.analyze_module(
            self, pymodule, should_analyze, search_subscopes, followed_calls)

    def get_classes(self, task_handle=taskhandle.NullTaskHandle()):
        warnings.warn('`PyCore.get_classes()` is deprecated',
                      DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
        return []

    def __str__(self):
        return str(self.module_cache) + str(self.object_info)

    def modname(self, resource):
        if resource.is_folder():
            module_name = resource.name
            source_folder = resource.parent
        elif resource.name == '__init__.py':
            module_name = resource.parent.name
            source_folder = resource.parent.parent
        else:
            module_name = resource.name[:-3]
            source_folder = resource.parent

        while source_folder != source_folder.parent and \
              source_folder.has_child('__init__.py'):
            module_name = source_folder.name + '.' + module_name
            source_folder = source_folder.parent
        return module_name

    @property
    @utils.cacheit
    def extension_modules(self):
        result = set(self.project.prefs.get('extension_modules', []))
        if self.project.prefs.get('import_dynload_stdmods', False):
            result.update(stdmods.dynload_modules())
        return result


class _ModuleCache(object):

    def __init__(self, pycore):
        self.pycore = pycore
        self.module_map = {}
        self.pycore.cache_observers.append(self._invalidate_resource)
        self.observer = self.pycore.observer

    def _invalidate_resource(self, resource):
        if resource in self.module_map:
            self.forget_all_data()
            self.observer.remove_resource(resource)
            del self.module_map[resource]

    def get_pymodule(self, resource, force_errors=False):
        if resource in self.module_map:
            return self.module_map[resource]
        if resource.is_folder():
            result = PyPackage(self.pycore, resource,
                               force_errors=force_errors)
        else:
            result = PyModule(self.pycore, resource=resource,
                              force_errors=force_errors)
            if result.has_errors:
                return result
        self.module_map[resource] = result
        self.observer.add_resource(resource)
        return result

    def forget_all_data(self):
        for pymodule in self.module_map.values():
            pymodule._forget_concluded_data()

    def __str__(self):
        return 'PyCore caches %d PyModules\n' % len(self.module_map)


class _ExtensionCache(object):

    def __init__(self, pycore):
        self.pycore = pycore
        self.extensions = {}

    def get_pymodule(self, name):
        if name == '__builtin__':
            return builtins.builtins
        allowed = self.pycore.extension_modules
        if name not in self.extensions and name in allowed:
            self.extensions[name] = builtins.BuiltinModule(name, self.pycore)
        return self.extensions.get(name)


def perform_soa_on_changed_scopes(project, resource, old_contents):
    pycore = project.pycore
    if resource.exists() and pycore.is_python_file(resource):
        try:
            new_contents = resource.read()
            # detecting changes in new_contents relative to old_contents
            detector = _TextChangeDetector(new_contents, old_contents)
            def search_subscopes(pydefined):
                scope = pydefined.get_scope()
                return detector.is_changed(scope.get_start(), scope.get_end())
            def should_analyze(pydefined):
                scope = pydefined.get_scope()
                start = scope.get_start()
                end = scope.get_end()
                return detector.consume_changes(start, end)
            pycore.analyze_module(resource, should_analyze, search_subscopes)
        except exceptions.ModuleSyntaxError:
            pass


class _TextChangeDetector(object):

    def __init__(self, old, new):
        self.old = old
        self.new = new
        self._set_diffs()

    def _set_diffs(self):
        differ = difflib.Differ()
        self.lines = []
        lineno = 0
        for line in differ.compare(self.old.splitlines(True),
                                   self.new.splitlines(True)):
            if line.startswith(' '):
                lineno += 1
            elif line.startswith('-'):
                lineno += 1
                self.lines.append(lineno)

    def is_changed(self, start, end):
        """Tell whether any of start till end lines have changed

        The end points are inclusive and indices start from 1.
        """
        left, right = self._get_changed(start, end)
        if left < right:
            return True
        return False

    def consume_changes(self, start, end):
        """Clear the changed status of lines from start till end"""
        left, right = self._get_changed(start, end)
        if left < right:
            del self.lines[left:right]
        return left < right

    def _get_changed(self, start, end):
        left = bisect.bisect_left(self.lines, start)
        right = bisect.bisect_right(self.lines, end)
        return left, right
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