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wmlparser.py

#!/usr/bin/env python
# encoding: utf8
import wmldata, os, glob, sys
import re

"""
NOTE: You should use wmlparser2.py instead which uses the C++
preprocessor.

Module implementing a WML parser in pure python.
"""

00013 class Error(Exception):
    """
    This is a custom exception the parser throws on errors. It can display
    the position of the error as a tree of all files and macros leading to
    the error, with line numbers.
    """

    def __init__(self, parser, text):
        self.text = "%s:%d: %s" % (parser.filename, parser.line, text)
        for i in range(len(parser.texts)):
            parent = parser.texts[-1 - i]
            self.text += "\n " + " " * i + "from %s:%d" % (parent.filename, parent.line)

    def __str__(self):
        return self.text

00029 class Parser:
    """
    The main parser class. An instance of this is needed for parsing.
    """

00034     class Macro:
        """Class to hold one single macro."""
        def __init__(self, name, params, text, textdomain):
            self.name, self.params, self.text, self.textdomain =\
                name, params, text, textdomain

    class TextState:
        def __init__(self, filename, text, textpos, line, current_path,
            textdomain):
            self.filename, self.text, self.textpos, self.line =\
                filename, text, textpos, line
            self.current_path = current_path
            self.textdomain = textdomain

    def __init__(self, data_dir, user_dir=None, no_macros_in_string=False):
        """
        Initialize a new WMLParser instance.

        data_dir is used for resolving {filepath} and {@filepath}
        user_dir is used for resolving {~filepath} and {@filepath}
        See http://www.wesnoth.org/wiki/PreprocessorRef
        """

        self.data_dir = data_dir
        self.user_dir = user_dir
        self.no_macros_in_string = no_macros_in_string

        self.textpos = 0
        self.line = 1
        self.macros = {}
        self.texts = []

        self.text = ""
        self.filename = ""

        self.current_path = "."

        self.textdomain = ""

        # Callback which is called for each macro. If it returns False, the
        # macro is ignored.
        self.macro_callback = None
        self.macro_not_found_callback = None
        self.no_macros = False
        
        # If set to a function, the function is called with the current
        # textdomain and string as arguments for any translatable string, and
        # is expected to return a translation.
        self.gettext = None

        # A list containing the stacked up #ifdefs.
        self.preprocessor_nesting = []
        self.stay_in_file = False

        # If set, included files are only parsed when under the given directory.
        self.only_expand_pathes = []

        # Whether to print current file, comments, and macro replacements.
        self.verbose = False

    def read_encoded(self, filename):
        """
        Helper for gracefully handling non-utf8 files and fixing up non-unix
        line endings.
        """
        try:
            text = file(filename).read()
        except IOError:
            sys.stderr.write("Cannot open file %s!\n" % filename)
            return ""
        try:
            u = text.decode("utf8")
        except UnicodeDecodeError:
            u = text.decode("latin1")
        text = u
        text = text.replace("\r\n", "\n").replace("\t", " ").replace("\r", "\n")
        if text == "" or text[-1] != "\n":
            text += "\n"
        return text

    def set_macro_not_found_callback(self, callback):
        """
        You can set a last-resort function which is called when a macro could
        not be resolved by the Parser. The calling format is:

        callback(wmlparser, name, params)
        """
        self.macro_not_found_callback = callback

    def parse_file(self, filename):
        """
        Set the parser to parse the given file.
        """
        text = self.read_encoded(filename)
        self.push_text(filename, text, cd = os.path.dirname(filename))

    def parse_stream(self, stream, binary = False):
        """
        Set the parser to parse from a file object.
        """
        text = stream.read()
        if not binary:
            text = text.replace("\r\n", "\n").replace("\t", " ").replace("\r", "\n")
        self.push_text("inline", text)

    def parse_text(self, text, binary = False):
        """
        Set the parser to directly parse from the given string.
        """
        if not binary:
            text = text.replace("\r\n", "\n").replace("\t", " ")
        self.push_text("inline", text)

    def push_text(self, filename, text, params = None, cd = None,
        initial_textdomain = ""):
        """
        Recursively parse a sub-document, e.g. when a file is included or a
        macro is executed.
        """
        if self.verbose:
            sys.stderr.write("%s:%d: Now parsing %s.\n" % (self.filename,
                                                           self.line, filename))
        if not text: text = "\n"
        self.texts.append(self.TextState(self.filename, self.text, self.textpos,
            self.line, self.current_path, self.textdomain))
        self.filename, self.text, self.params = filename, text, params
        self.textpos = 0
        self.line = 1
        self.textdomain = initial_textdomain
        if cd: self.current_path = cd

    def pop_text(self):
        """
        Finish the current text and return to parsing the caller.
        """
        textstate = self.texts.pop()
        self.filename, self.text, self.textpos, self.line =\
            textstate.filename, textstate.text, textstate.textpos, textstate.line
        self.current_path = textstate.current_path
        self.textdomain = textstate.textdomain
        if self.verbose:
            sys.stderr.write("%s:%d: Back.\n" % (self.filename, self.line))

    def get_macros(self):
        """
        Return a list of all macros currently known to the parser.
        """
        return self.macros

    def add_macros(self, macros):
        """
        Add additional macros to the parser.
        """
        for macro in macros:
            self.macros[macro] = macros[macro]

    def read_next(self):
        """Read the next character, taking care of \r and \t."""
        c = self.text[self.textpos]
        self.textpos += 1
        if c == "\n":
            self.line += 1
        if self.textpos == len(self.text):
            if len(self.texts) and not self.stay_in_file: self.pop_text()
        return c

    def at_end(self):
        """
        Return True if the parser is at the very end of the input, that is the
        last character of the topmost input text has been read.
        """
        return (len(self.texts) == 0
            or self.stay_in_file) and self.textpos == len(self.text)

    def check_end(self):
        if self.textpos == len(self.text):
            if len(self.texts): self.pop_text()

    def peek_next(self):
        """Like read_next, but does not consume."""
        if self.textpos >= len(self.text):
            if len(self.texts) and not self.stay_in_file:
                ts = self.texts[-1]
                if ts.textpos >= len(ts.text): return ""
                return ts.text[ts.textpos]
        return self.text[self.textpos]

    def read_until(self, sep):
        """Read until a character inside the string sep is found."""
        mob = re.compile(".*?[" + sep + "]", re.S).match(self.text, self.textpos)
        if mob:
            found = mob.group(0)
            self.line += found.count("\n")
            self.textpos = mob.end(0)
            if self.textpos == len(self.text) and not self.stay_in_file:
                if len(self.texts): self.pop_text()
            return found
        else:
            found = self.text[self.textpos:]
            self.line += found.count("\n")
            self.textpos = len(self.text)
            if len(self.texts) and not self.stay_in_file:
                self.pop_text()
                found += self.read_until(sep)
            return found

    def read_while(self, sep):
        """Read while characters are inside the string sep."""
        text = ""
        while not self.at_end():
            c = self.peek_next()
            if not c in sep:
                return text
            c = self.read_next()
            text += c
        return text

    def skip_whitespace_and_newlines(self):
        self.read_while(" \t\r\n")

    preprocessor_commands = ["#define", "#undef", "#textdomain", "#ifdef",
        "#ifndef", "#else", "#enddef", "#endif"]

    def read_lines_until(self, string):
        """
        Read lines until one contains the given string, but throw away any
        comments.
        """
        text = ""
        in_string = False
        while 1:
            if self.at_end():
                return None
            line = self.read_until("\n")

            line_start = 0
            if in_string:
                string_end = line.find('"')
                if string_end < 0:
                    text += line
                    continue
                in_string = False
                line_start = string_end + 1

            elif line.lstrip().startswith("#"):
                possible_comment = line.lstrip()
                for com in self.preprocessor_commands:
                    if possible_comment.startswith(com):
                        break
                else:
                    continue
            
            
            quotation = line.find('"', line_start)
            while quotation >= 0:
                in_string = True
                string_end = line.find('"', quotation + 1)
                if string_end < 0: break
                line_start = string_end + 1
                in_string = False
                quotation = line.find('"', line_start)
            
            if not in_string:
                end = line.find(string, line_start)
                if end >= 0:
                    text += line[:end]
                    break
            text += line
        return text

    def read_lua(self):
        """
        Read a << .... >> string, return contents literally.
        """
        text = ""
        while not self.at_end():
            c = self.read_next()
            if c == ">" and self.peek_next() == ">":
                self.read_next() #get rid of trailing >
                return text
            text += c
        raise Error(self, "Unexpected end of file")

    def skip_whitespace_inside_statement(self):
        self.read_while(" \t\r\n")
        if not self.at_end():
            c = self.peek_next()
            if c == "#":
                for command in self.preprocessor_commands:
                    if self.check_for(command): return
                self.read_until("\n")
                self.skip_whitespace_inside_statement()

    def skip_whitespace(self):
        self.read_while(" ")

    def check_for(self, str):
        """Compare the following text with str."""
        return self.text[self.textpos:self.textpos + len(str)] == str

    def parse_macro(self):
        """No recursive macro processing is done here. If a macro is passed as
        parameter to a macro, then whoever parses the macro replacement will do
        the macro recursion.
        Actually - I'm too tired right now to think this through. Maybe it
        should be done the other way around, starting expansion with the
        innermost macro?
        """
        params = []
        balance = 1
        macro = ""
        while balance > 0:
            macro += self.read_until("{}")
            if macro[-1] == "{":
                balance += 1
            elif macro[-1] == "}":
                balance -= 1
            else:
                raise Error(self, "Unclosed macro")
                return

        preserve = macro
        macro = macro[:-1] # Get rid of final }
        
        if self.macro_callback:
            if not self.macro_callback(macro): return None
        
        # If the macro starts with ~, assume a file in userdata.
        if macro[0] == "~":
            if self.user_dir:
                dirpath = self.user_dir + "/" + macro[1:]
            else:
                dirpath = None
        # If the macro starts with @, look first in data then in userdata.
        elif macro[0] == "@":
            if self.data_dir:
                dirpath = self.data_dir + "/" + macro[1:]
                if not os.path.exists(dirpath): dirpath = None
            else:
                dirpath = None
            if not dirpath and self.user_dir:
                dirpath = self.user_dir + "/" + macro[1:]
        # If the macro starts with ., look relative to the currently parsed
        # file.
        elif macro[0] == ".":
            dirpath = self.current_path + macro[1:]
        # Otherwise, try to interprete the macro as a filename in the data dir.
        elif self.data_dir != None:
            dirpath = self.data_dir + "/" + macro
        else:
            dirpath = None

        if dirpath != None and os.path.exists(dirpath):
            dirpath = os.path.normpath(dirpath)
            if self.only_expand_pathes:
                if not [x for x in self.only_expand_pathes if os.path.commonprefix([dirpath, x]) == x]:
                    return None
            # If it is a directory, parse all cfg files within.
            if os.path.isdir(dirpath):
                # Note: glob.glob will try to return unicode filenames
                # if you pass it an unicode string - but to deal with
                # non-unicode filenames as are allowed in linux we
                # convert to a byte-string.
                # Execute all WML files in the directory.
                files = glob.glob(str(dirpath + "/*.cfg"))
                # And also execute directories with a _main.cfg.
                files += glob.glob(str(dirpath + "/*/_main.cfg"))
                files.sort()
                mc = dirpath + "/_main.cfg"
                fc = dirpath + "/_final.cfg"

                if mc in files:
                    # If there's a file called _main.cfg, only parse that.
                    files = [mc]
                elif fc in files:
                    # If there's a file called _final.cfg, parse it only after
                    # all others.
                    files.remove(fc)
                    files.append(fc)
            else:
                files = [dirpath]
            files.reverse()
            for path in files:
                self.push_text(path, self.read_encoded(path), cd = os.path.dirname(path))
            return None

        # It's OK for user directories not to exist.
        # Nothing prefixed with ~ can be a macro.
        if macro.startswith("~") and not self.verbose:
            return None

        # No file was found, try to do macro expansion. First, push the
        # macro call again. E.g. {blah 1 2 3}.
        self.push_text("macro", preserve)

        # Find all parameters.
        while 1:
            read = self.read_until('"}{ (\n')
            if not read:
                sys.stderr.write("? %s\n" % macro)
                sys.stderr.write(" (%s)\n" % params)
                raise Error(self, "Unexpected end of file")
                break
            sep = read[-1]
            read = read[:-1]

            if sep == "}":
                if read: params += [read]
                break

            elif sep == "{":
                balance = 1
                param = sep + read
                while balance:
                    c = self.read_next()
                    if c == "{":
                        balance += 1
                    elif c == "}":
                        balance -= 1
                    param += c
                params += [param]

            elif sep == '"':
                # Cannot parse strings here.. it must be passed to the macro as
                # is, so the real string parser can handle it. Else there will
                # be subtle bugs, e.g. when a MACRO evaluates to a + at the end
                # of line.
                read += '"' + self.read_until('"')
                params += [read]

            elif sep == "(":
                in_string = False
                balance = 1
                param = read
                while balance:
                    c = self.read_next()
                    # Ignore () within strings
                    if c == '"':
                        in_string = not in_string
                        
                    if not in_string:
                        if c == "(":
                            balance += 1
                        elif c == ")":
                            balance -= 1
                    param += c
                params += [param[:-1]]

            else:
                if read:
                    params += [read]
                self.read_while(" \n")

        if self.no_macros:
            return wmldata.DataMacro("macro", " ".join(params))

        name = params[0]
        if name in self.macros:
            macro = self.macros[name]
            text = macro.text
            for i in range(len(macro.params)):
                if 1 + i >= len(params):
                    raise Error(self, "Not enough parameters for macro %s. " % name +
                        "%d given but %d needed %s." % (len(params) - 1,
                            len(macro.params), macro.params))
                rep = params[1 + i]
                # Handle gettext replacement here, since inside the macro
                # the textdomain will be wrong.
                if self.gettext and rep and rep[0] == "_":
                    q = rep.find('"')
                    qe = rep.find('"', q + 1)
                    rep = self.gettext(self.textdomain, rep[q + 1:qe])
                    rep = '"' + rep + '"'
                if self.verbose:                        
                    #s = "Replacing {%s} with %s\n" % (macro.params[i], rep)
                    ##sys.stderr.write(s.encode("utf8"))
                    pass
                text = text.replace("{%s}" % macro.params[i], rep)

            if text:
                self.push_text(name, text, initial_textdomain = macro.textdomain)
            else:
                pass # empty macro, nothing to do
        else:
            if self.macro_not_found_callback:
                keep_macro = self.macro_not_found_callback(self, name, params)
                if keep_macro: return keep_macro
            if self.verbose:
                sys.stderr.write("No macro %s.\n" % name.encode("utf8"))
            if self.verbose:
                sys.stderr.write(" (%s:%d)\n" % (self.filename, self.line))
            return name
        return None

    def parse_string(self):
        text = ""
        match_read_end = '"'
        if not self.no_macros_in_string:
            match_read_end += '{'
        while not self.at_end():
            text += self.read_until(match_read_end)
            if text[-1] == '"':
                if self.peek_next() == '"':
                    self.read_next()
                else:
                    return text[:-1]
            elif text[-1] == '{':
                text = text[:-1]
                not_found = self.parse_macro()
                if not isinstance(not_found, wmldata.Data):
                    if not_found:
                        text += not_found
            else:
                break
        raise Error(self, "Unclosed string")

    def parse_inside(self, data, c):
        variables = []
        values = []
        variable = ""
        value = ""
        got_assign = False
        spaces = ""
        filename = "(None)"
        line = -1
        got_lua = False
        while 1:
            if c == "{":
                keep_macro = self.parse_macro()
                if keep_macro:
                    if self.no_macros:
                        values += [keep_macro.name]
                    else:
                        values += [keep_macro]
            elif c == "\n":
                break
            elif c == "#":
                # FIXME
                # Assume something like:
                # name="picture.png="+
                # #textdomain blah
                # "translateable name"
                #
                # For now, we ignore the textdomain...
                self.read_until("\n")
                break
            elif c == "+":
                value = value.rstrip() # remove whitespace before +
                self.skip_whitespace_inside_statement() # read over newline
            elif not got_assign:
                if c == "=":
                    variables += [variable.rstrip()]
                    got_assign = True
                    translatable = False
                    filename = self.filename
                    line = self.line
                    self.skip_whitespace()
                else:
                    if c == ",":
                        variables += [variable]
                        variable = ""
                    else:
                        variable += c  
            else:
                if c == "<" and self.peek_next() == "<":
                    self.read_next() #skip the rest of the opening
                    value += self.read_lua()
                elif c == '"':
                    # We want the textdomain at the beginning of the string,
                    # the end of the string may be outside a macro and already
                    # in another textdomain.
                    textdomain = self.textdomain
                    # remove possible _
                    i = len(value)
                    while i > 0:
                        i -= 1
                        if value[i] != " ": break
                    got_underscore = False
                    if value and value[i] == "_":
                        got_underscore = True
                        translatable = True
                        # remove whitespace before _
                        while i > 1:
                            if value[i - 1] != " ": break
                            i -= 1
                        value = value[:i]

                    string = self.parse_string()
                    if got_underscore:
                        if self.gettext:
                            string = self.gettext(textdomain, string)
                    value += string
                    spaces = ""
                else:
                    if c == "," and len(values) + 1 < len(variables):
                        values += [value]
                        value = ""
                        spaces = ""
                    elif c == " ":
                        spaces += c
                    else:
                        if spaces:
                            value += spaces
                            spaces = ""
                        value += c
            if self.at_end(): break
            c = self.read_next()
        if not got_assign:
            raise Error(self, "= expected for \"%s\"" % variable)
            return []
        values += [value]

        data = []
        for i in range(len(variables)):
            try:
                key = wmldata.DataText(variables[i], values[i], translatable)
                key.set_meta(filename, line)
                data.append(key)
            except IndexError:
                raise Error(self, "Assignement does not match: %s = %s" % (
                    str(variables), str(values)))
        return data

    def parse_top(self, data, state = None):
        while 1:
            self.skip_whitespace_and_newlines()
            if self.at_end():
                if state:
                    raise Error(self, "Tag stack non-empty (%s) at end of data" % state)
                break
            c = self.read_next()
            if c == "#": # comment or preprocessor
                if self.check_for("define "):
                    self.read_until(" ")
                    params = []
                    while 1:
                        name = self.read_until(" \n")
                        sep = name[-1]
                        name = name[:-1]
                        if name: params += [name]
                        if sep == "\n": break
                        self.read_while(" ")
                        
                    text = self.read_lines_until("#enddef")
                    if text == None:
                        raise Error(self, "#define without #enddef")

                    self.macros[params[0]] = self.Macro(
                        params[0], params[1:], text, self.textdomain)
                    if self.verbose:
                        sys.stderr.write("New macro: %s.\n" % params[0])

                elif self.check_for("undef "):
                    self.read_until(" ")
                    name = self.read_until("\n")
                    name = name.rstrip()
                    if " " in name:
                        if self.verbose: sys.stderr.write("Stray symbols in #undef %s\n" % name)
                        name = name.split(" ")[0]
                    if name in self.macros: del self.macros[name]
                    elif self.verbose: sys.stderr.write("undef'd macro '%s' did not exist\n" % name)
                elif self.check_for("ifdef ") or self.check_for("ifndef"):

                    what = "#" + self.read_until(" ").rstrip()

                    name = self.read_until(" \n")
                    if name[-1] == " ": self.read_while(" \n")
                    name = name[:-1]

                    condition_failed = False
                    if what == "#ifdef":
                        if name in self.macros:
                            pass
                        else:
                            condition_failed = True
                    else: # what == "#ifndef"
                        if not name in self.macros:
                            pass
                        else:
                            condition_failed = True

                    self.preprocessor_nesting.append((what, condition_failed))

                    # If the condition is true, we simply continue parsing. At
                    # some point we will either hit an #else or #endif, and
                    # things continue there. If the condition failed, we skip
                    # over everything until we find the matching #else or
                    # endif.
                    if condition_failed:
                        self.stay_in_file = True
                        balance = 1
                        while balance > 0 and not self.at_end():
                            line = self.read_until("\n")
                            line = line.lstrip()
                            if line.startswith("#ifdef"): balance += 1
                            if line.startswith("#ifndef"): balance += 1
                            if line.startswith("#endif"): balance -= 1
                            if line.startswith("#else"):
                                if balance == 1:
                                    balance = -1
                                    break

                        self.stay_in_file = False
                        if balance == 0:
                            self.preprocessor_nesting.pop()
                        if balance > 0:
                            raise Error(self, "Missing  #endif for %s" % what)

                        self.check_end()

                elif self.check_for("else"):
                    if not self.preprocessor_nesting:
                        raise Error(self, "#else without #ifdef")

                    self.read_until("\n")
                    
                    # We seen an #else - that means we are at the end of a
                    # conditional preprocessor block which has executed. So
                    # we should now ignore everything up to the #endif.
                    balance = 1
                    self.stay_in_file = True
                    while balance > 0 and not self.at_end():
                        line = self.read_until("\n")
                        line = line.lstrip()
                        if line.startswith("#ifdef"): balance += 1
                        if line.startswith("#ifndef"): balance += 1
                        if line.startswith("#endif"): balance -= 1
                    self.stay_in_file = False
                    if balance != 0:
                        raise Error(self, "Missing #endif for #else")

                    self.check_end()

                elif self.check_for("endif"):
                    if not self.preprocessor_nesting:
                        raise Error(self, "#endif without #ifdef")
                    self.preprocessor_nesting.pop()
                    self.read_until("\n")

                elif self.check_for("textdomain"):
                    self.read_until(" ")
                    self.textdomain = self.read_until("\n").strip()
                else: # comment
                    line = self.read_until("\n")
                    #comment = c + line
                    if self.verbose:
                        #msg = "Comment removed: %s" % comment
                        ##sys.stderr.write(msg.encode("utf8"))
                        pass
            elif c == '[':
                name = self.read_until("]")[:-1]
                if name[0] == '/':
                    if state == name[1:]:
                        return
                    raise Error(self, "Mismatched closing tag [%s], expected [/%s]" % (name, state))
                elif name[0] == '+':
                    name = name[1:]
                    try:
                        subdata = data.dict[name][-1]
                        self.parse_top(subdata, name)
                    except KeyError:
                        subdata = wmldata.DataSub(name)
                        subdata.set_meta(self.filename, self.line)
                        self.parse_top(subdata, name)
                        data.insert(subdata)
                elif name[0] == " ":
                    # We single this case out explicitly as the wesnoth parser
                    # ignores it due to implementation reasons and this makes
                    # more sense of the error message
                    raise Error(self, "Invalid tag [%s] contains whitespace" % name)
                else:
                    subdata = wmldata.DataSub(name)
                    subdata.set_meta(self.filename, self.line)
                    self.parse_top(subdata, name)
                    data.insert(subdata)
            elif c == '{':
                keep_macro = self.parse_macro()
                if isinstance(keep_macro, wmldata.Data):
                    data.insert(keep_macro)
            else:
                for subdata in self.parse_inside(data, c):
                    data.insert(subdata)


def strify(string):
    """
Massage a string into what appears to be a JSON-compatible form.
This can be replaced with json.dumps() in python 2.6.
"""
    s = repr(string)
    front = s.index("'")
    s = s.replace('"', '\\"')
    return '"%s"' % s[front+1:len(s)-1]

def jsonify(tree, verbose=False, depth=0):
    """
Convert a DataSub into JSON

If verbose, insert a linebreak after every brace and comma (put every item on its own line), otherwise, condense everything into a single line.
"""
    print "{",
    first = True
    sdepth1 = "\n" + " " * depth
    sdepth2 = sdepth1 + " "
    for child in tree.children():
        if first:
            first = False
        else:
            sys.stdout.write(",")
        if verbose:
            sys.stdout.write(sdepth2)
        print'"%s":' % child.name,
        if child.get_type() == "DataSub":
            jsonify(child, verbose, depth + 1)
        else:
            print strify(child.get_value()),
    if verbose:
        sys.stdout.write(sdepth1)
    sys.stdout.write("}")

from xml.sax.saxutils import escape
def xmlify(tree, verbose=False, depth=0):
    sdepth = ""
    if verbose:
        sdepth = "  " * depth
    for child in tree.children():
        if child.get_type() == "DataSub":
            print '%s<%s>' % (sdepth, child.name)
            xmlify(child, verbose, depth + 1)
            print '%s</%s>' % (sdepth, child.name)
        else:
            if "\n" in child.get_value() or "\r" in child.get_value():
                print sdepth + '<' + child.name + '>' + \
            '<![CDATA[' + child.get_value() + ']]>' + '</' + child.name + '>'
            else:
                print sdepth + '<' + child.name + '>' + \
            escape(child.get_value())  + '</' + child.name + '>'

if __name__ == "__main__":
    import optparse, subprocess
    try: import psyco
    except ImportError: pass
    else: psyco.full()

    # Hack to make us not crash when we encounter characters that aren't ASCII
    sys.stdout = __import__("codecs").getwriter('utf-8')(sys.stdout)

    optionparser = optparse.OptionParser()
    optionparser.set_usage("usage: %prog [options] [filename]")
    optionparser.add_option("-p", "--path",  help = "specify wesnoth data path")
    optionparser.add_option("-C", "--color", action = "store_true",
        help = "use colored output")
    optionparser.add_option("-u", "--userpath",  help = "specify userdata path")
    optionparser.add_option("-e", "--execute",  help = "execute given WML")
    optionparser.add_option("-v", "--verbose", action = "store_true",
        help = "make the parser very verbose")
    optionparser.add_option("-n", "--no-macros", action = "store_true",
        help = "do not expand any macros")
    optionparser.add_option("-c", "--contents", action = "store_true",
        help = "display contents of every tag")
    optionparser.add_option("-j", "--to-json", action = "store_true",
        help = "output JSON version of tree")
    optionparser.add_option("-x", "--to-xml", action = "store_true",
        help = "output XML version of tree")
    options, args = optionparser.parse_args()

    if options.path:
        path = options.path
    else:
        try:
            p = subprocess.Popen(["wesnoth", "--path"], stdout = subprocess.PIPE)
            path = p.stdout.read().strip()
            path = os.path.join(path, "data")
        except OSError:
            sys.stderr.write("Could not determine Wesnoth path.\n")
            path = None

    wmlparser = Parser(path, options.userpath)
    if options.no_macros:
        wmlparser.no_macros = True

    if options.verbose:
        wmlparser.verbose = True
        def gt(domain, x):
            print "gettext: '%s' '%s'" % (domain, x)
            return x
        wmlparser.gettext = gt
    
    wmlparser.do_preprocessor_logic = True

    if options.execute:
        wmlparser.parse_text(options.execute)
    elif args:
        wmlparser.parse_file(args[0])
    else:
        wmlparser.parse_stream(sys.stdin)

    data = wmldata.DataSub("WML")
    wmlparser.parse_top(data)

    if options.to_json:
        jsonify(data, True) # For more readable results
    elif options.to_xml:
        xmlify(data, True)
    else:
        data.debug(show_contents = options.contents, use_color = options.color)


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