Source code for pywikibot.userinterfaces.terminal_interface_base

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Base for terminal user interfaces."""
# (C) Pywikibot team, 2003-2020
# Distributed under the terms of the MIT license.
import getpass
import logging
import math
import re
import sys
import threading

import pywikibot
from pywikibot import config2 as config
from pywikibot.bot_choice import (ChoiceException, Option, OutputOption,
                                  QuitKeyboardInterrupt, StandardOption)
from import deprecated
from pywikibot.userinterfaces import transliteration

transliterator = transliteration.transliterator(config.console_encoding)

colors = [

_color_pat = '%s|previous' % '|'.join(colors)
colorTagR = re.compile('\03{((:?%s);?(:?%s)?)}' % (_color_pat, _color_pat))

[docs]class UI: """Base for terminal user interfaces.""" split_col_pat = re.compile(r'(\w+);?(\w+)?')
[docs] def __init__(self): """ Initialize the UI. This caches the std-streams locally so any attempts to monkey-patch the streams later will not work. """ self.stdin = sys.stdin self.stdout = sys.stdout self.stderr = sys.stderr self.argv = sys.argv self.encoding = config.console_encoding self.transliteration_target = config.transliteration_target self.stderr = sys.stderr self.stdout = sys.stdout
[docs] def init_handlers(self, root_logger, default_stream='stderr'): """Initialize the handlers for user output. This method initializes handler(s) for output levels VERBOSE (if enabled by config.verbose_output), INFO, STDOUT, WARNING, ERROR, and CRITICAL. STDOUT writes its output to sys.stdout; all the others write theirs to sys.stderr. """ if default_stream == 'stdout': default_stream = self.stdout elif default_stream == 'stderr': default_stream = self.stderr # default handler for display to terminal default_handler = TerminalHandler(self, strm=default_stream) if config.verbose_output: default_handler.setLevel(VERBOSE) else: default_handler.setLevel(INFO) # this handler ignores levels above INPUT default_handler.addFilter(MaxLevelFilter(INPUT)) default_handler.setFormatter( TerminalFormatter(fmt='%(message)s%(newline)s')) root_logger.addHandler(default_handler) # handler for level STDOUT output_handler = TerminalHandler(self, strm=self.stdout) output_handler.setLevel(STDOUT) output_handler.addFilter(MaxLevelFilter(STDOUT)) output_handler.setFormatter( TerminalFormatter(fmt='%(message)s%(newline)s')) root_logger.addHandler(output_handler) # handler for levels WARNING and higher warning_handler = TerminalHandler(self, strm=self.stderr) warning_handler.setLevel(WARNING) warning_handler.setFormatter( TerminalFormatter(fmt='%(levelname)s: %(message)s%(newline)s')) root_logger.addHandler(warning_handler) warnings_logger = logging.getLogger('py.warnings') warnings_logger.addHandler(warning_handler)
[docs] def encounter_color(self, color, target_stream): """Handle the next color encountered.""" raise NotImplementedError('The {0} class does not support ' 'colors.'.format(self.__class__.__name__))
[docs] @classmethod def divide_color(cls, color): """ Split color label in a tuple. Received color is a string like 'fg_color;bg_color' or 'fg_color'. Returned values are (fg_color, bg_color) or (fg_color, None). """ return
def _write(self, text, target_stream): """Optionally encode and write the text to the target stream.""" target_stream.write(text)
[docs] def support_color(self, target_stream): """Return whether the target stream does support colors.""" return False
def _print(self, text, target_stream): """Write the text to the target stream handling the colors.""" colorized = (config.colorized_output and self.support_color(target_stream)) colored_line = False # Color tags might be cascaded, e.g. because of transliteration. # Therefore we need this stack. color_stack = ['default'] text_parts = colorTagR.split(text) + ['default'] # match.split() includes every regex group; for each matched color # fg_col:b_col, fg_col and bg_col are added to the resulting list. len_text_parts = len(text_parts[::4]) for index, (text, next_color) in enumerate(zip(text_parts[::4], text_parts[1::4])): current_color = color_stack[-1] if next_color == 'previous': if len(color_stack) > 1: # keep the last element in the stack color_stack.pop() next_color = color_stack[-1] else: color_stack.append(next_color) if current_color != next_color: colored_line = True if colored_line and not colorized: if '\n' in text: # Normal end of line text = text.replace('\n', ' ***\n', 1) colored_line = False elif index == len_text_parts - 1: # Or end of text text += ' ***' colored_line = False # print the text up to the tag. self._write(text, target_stream) if current_color != next_color and colorized: # set the new color, but only if they change self.encounter_color(color_stack[-1], target_stream)
[docs] def output(self, text, toStdout=False, targetStream=None): """ Output text to a stream. If a character can't be displayed in the encoding used by the user's terminal, it will be replaced with a question mark or by a transliteration. """ if config.transliterate: # Encode our unicode string in the encoding used by the user's # console, and decode it back to unicode. Then we can see which # characters can't be represented in the console encoding. # We need to take min(console_encoding, transliteration_target) # the first is what the terminal is capable of # the second is how unicode-y the user would like the output codecedText = text.encode(self.encoding, 'replace').decode(self.encoding) if self.transliteration_target: codecedText = codecedText.encode( self.transliteration_target, 'replace').decode(self.transliteration_target) transliteratedText = '' # Note: A transliteration replacement might be longer than the # original character, e.g. ч is transliterated to ch. prev = '-' for i, char in enumerate(codecedText): # work on characters that couldn't be encoded, but not on # original question marks. if char == '?' and text[i] != '?': try: transliterated = transliterator.transliterate( text[i], default='?', prev=prev, next=text[i + 1]) except IndexError: transliterated = transliterator.transliterate( text[i], default='?', prev=prev, next=' ') # transliteration was successful. The replacement # could consist of multiple letters. # mark the transliterated letters in yellow. transliteratedText += '\03{lightyellow}%s\03{previous}' \ % transliterated # memorize if we replaced a single letter by multiple # letters. if transliterated: prev = transliterated[-1] else: # no need to try to transliterate. transliteratedText += char prev = char text = transliteratedText if not targetStream: if toStdout: targetStream = self.stdout else: targetStream = self.stderr self._print(text, targetStream)
def _raw_input(self): # May be overridden by subclass return input()
[docs] def input(self, question, password=False, default='', force=False): """ Ask the user a question and return the answer. Works like raw_input(), but returns a unicode string instead of ASCII. Unlike raw_input, this function automatically adds a colon and space after the question if they are not already present. Also recognises a trailing question mark. @param question: The question, without trailing whitespace. @type question: basestring @param password: if True, hides the user's input (for password entry). @type password: bool @param default: The default answer if none was entered. None to require an answer. @type default: basestring @param force: Automatically use the default @type force: bool @rtype: str """ assert(not password or not default) end_marker = ':' question = question.strip() if question[-1] == ':': question = question[:-1] elif question[-1] == '?': question = question[:-1] end_marker = '?' if default: question = question + ' (default: %s)' % default question = question + end_marker if force: self.output(question + '\n') return default # sound the terminal bell to notify the user if config.ring_bell: sys.stdout.write('\07') # TODO: make sure this is logged as well while True: self.output(question + ' ') text = self._input_reraise_cntl_c(password) if text: return text if default is not None: return default
def _input_reraise_cntl_c(self, password): """Input and decode, and re-raise Control-C.""" try: if password: # Python 3 requires that stderr gets flushed, otherwise is the # message only visible after the query. self.stderr.flush() text = getpass.getpass('') else: text = self._raw_input() except KeyboardInterrupt: raise QuitKeyboardInterrupt() return text
[docs] def input_choice(self, question, options, default=None, return_shortcut=True, automatic_quit=True, force=False): """ Ask the user and returns a value from the options. Depending on the options setting return_shortcut to False may not be sensible when the option supports multiple values as it'll return an ambiguous index. @param question: The question, without trailing whitespace. @type question: basestring @param options: Iterable of all available options. Each entry contains the full length answer and a shortcut of only one character. Alternatively they may be Option (or subclass) instances or ChoiceException instances which have a full option and shortcut and will be raised if selected. @type options: iterable containing sequences of length 2 or iterable containing Option instances or ChoiceException as well. Singletons of Option and its subclasses are also accepted. @param default: The default answer if no was entered. None to require an answer. @type default: basestring @param return_shortcut: Whether the shortcut or the index in the option should be returned. @type return_shortcut: bool @param automatic_quit: Adds the option 'Quit' ('q') if True and throws a L{QuitKeyboardInterrupt} if selected. @type automatic_quit: bool @param force: Automatically use the default @type force: bool @return: If return_shortcut the shortcut of options or the value of default (if it's not None). Otherwise the index of the answer in options. If default is not a shortcut, it'll return -1. @rtype: int (if not return_shortcut), lowercased basestring (otherwise) """ if force and default is None: raise ValueError('With no default option it cannot be forced') if isinstance(options, Option): options = [options] else: # make a copy options = list(options) if not options: raise ValueError('No options are given.') if automatic_quit: options += [QuitKeyboardInterrupt()] if default: default = default.lower() for i, option in enumerate(options): if not isinstance(option, Option): if len(option) != 2: raise ValueError('Option #{0} does not consist of an ' 'option and shortcut.'.format(i)) options[i] = StandardOption(*option) # TODO: Test for uniquity handled = False while not handled: for option in options: if isinstance(option, OutputOption) and option.before_question: option.output() output = Option.formatted(question, options, default) if force: self.output(output + '\n') answer = default else: answer = self.input(output) or default # something entered or default is defined if answer: for index, option in enumerate(options): if option.handled(answer): answer = option.result(answer) handled = option.stop break if isinstance(answer, ChoiceException): raise answer if not return_shortcut: return index return answer
[docs] @deprecated('input_choice', since='20140825', future_warning=True) def inputChoice(self, question, options, hotkeys, default=None): """ Ask the user a question with a predefined list of acceptable answers. DEPRECATED: Use L{input_choice} instead! Directly calls L{input_choice} with the options and hotkeys zipped into a tuple list. It always returns the hotkeys and throws no L{QuitKeyboardInterrupt} if quit was selected. """ return self.input_choice(question=question, options=zip(options, hotkeys), default=default, return_shortcut=True, automatic_quit=False)
[docs] def input_list_choice(self, question, answers, default=None, force=False): """Ask the user to select one entry from a list of entries.""" message = question clist = answers line_template = '{{0: >{0}}}: {{1}}'.format( int(math.log10(len(clist)) + 1)) for n, i in enumerate(clist): pywikibot.output(line_template.format(n + 1, i)) while True: choice = self.input(message, default=default, force=force) try: choice = int(choice) - 1 except ValueError: try: choice = clist.index(choice) except IndexError: choice = -1 # User typed choice number if 0 <= choice < len(clist): return clist[choice] else: pywikibot.error('Invalid response')
[docs] def editText(self, text, jumpIndex=None, highlight=None): """Return the text as edited by the user. Uses a Tkinter edit box because we don't have a console editor @param text: the text to be edited @type text: str @param jumpIndex: position at which to put the caret @type jumpIndex: int @param highlight: each occurrence of this substring will be highlighted @type highlight: str @return: the modified text, or None if the user didn't save the text file in his text editor @rtype: str or None """ try: from pywikibot.userinterfaces import gui except ImportError as e: pywikibot.warning('Could not load GUI modules: {0}'.format(e)) return text editor = gui.EditBoxWindow() return editor.edit(text, jumpIndex=jumpIndex, highlight=highlight)
[docs] def argvu(self): """Return copy of argv.""" return list(self.argv)
[docs]class TerminalHandler(logging.Handler): """A handler class that writes logging records to a terminal. This class does not close the stream, as sys.stdout or sys.stderr may be (and usually will be) used. Slightly modified version of the StreamHandler class that ships with logging module, plus code for colorization of output. """ # create a class-level lock that can be shared by all instances sharedlock = threading.RLock()
[docs] def __init__(self, UI, strm=None): """Initialize the handler. If strm is not specified, sys.stderr is used. """ logging.Handler.__init__(self) # replace Handler's instance-specific lock with the shared class lock # to ensure that only one instance of this handler can write to # the console at a time self.lock = TerminalHandler.sharedlock if strm is None: strm = sys.stderr = strm self.formatter = None self.UI = UI
[docs] def flush(self): """Flush the stream."""
[docs] def emit(self, record): """Emit the record formatted to the output and return it.""" if == 'py.warnings': # Each warning appears twice # the second time it has a 'message' if 'message' in record.__dict__: return record.__dict__.setdefault('newline', '\n') text = self.format(record) return self.UI.output(text,
[docs]class TerminalFormatter(logging.Formatter): """Terminal logging formatter.""" pass
[docs]class MaxLevelFilter(logging.Filter): """Filter that only passes records at or below a specific level. (setting handler level only passes records at or *above* a specified level, so this provides the opposite functionality) """
[docs] def __init__(self, level=None): """Initializer.""" self.level = level
[docs] def filter(self, record): """Return true if the level is below or equal to the set level.""" if self.level: return record.levelno <= self.level else: return True