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wmltools.py

00001 """
wmltools.py -- Python routines for working with a Battle For Wesnoth WML tree

"""

import sys, os, re, sre_constants, hashlib, glob, gzip

map_extensions   = ("map", "mask")
image_extensions = ("png", "jpg", "jpeg")
sound_extensions = ("ogg", "wav")
vc_directories = (".git", ".svn")
l10n_directories = ("l10n",)
resource_extensions = map_extensions + image_extensions + sound_extensions
image_reference = r"[A-Za-z0-9{}.][A-Za-z0-9_/+{}.-]*\.(png|jpg)(?=(~.*)?)"

def is_root(dirname):
    "Is the specified path the filesysten root?"
    return dirname == os.sep or (os.sep == '\\' and dirname.endswith(':\\'))

def pop_to_top(whoami):
    "Pop upward to the top-level directory."
    upwards = os.getcwd().split(os.sep)
    upwards.reverse()
    for pathpart in upwards:
        # Loose match because people have things like git trees.
        if os.path.basename(pathpart).find("wesnoth") > -1:
            break
        else:
            os.chdir("..")
    else:
        sys.stderr.write(whoami + ": must be run from within a Battle "
                         "for Wesnoth source tree.\n")
        sys.exit(1)
    # In case we're looking at a whole-repo checkout in SVN
    if os.path.exists("trunk"):
        os.chdir("trunk")

def string_strip(value):
    "String-strip the value"
    if value.startswith('"'):
        value = value[1:]
        if value.endswith('"'):
            value = value[:-1]
    if value.startswith("'"):
        value = value[1:]
        if value.endswith("'"):
            value = value[:-1]
    return value

def attr_strip(value):
    "Strip away an (optional) translation mark and string quotes."
    value = value.strip()
    if value.startswith('_'):
        value = value[1:]
    value = value.strip()
    return string_strip(value)

def parse_attribute(line):
    "Parse a WML key-value pair from a line."
    if '=' not in line or line.find("#") > -1 and line.find("#") < line.find("="):
        return None
    where = line.find("=")
    leader = line[:where]
    after = line[where+1:]
    after = after.lstrip()
    if "#" in after:
        where = after.find("#")
        where -= 1
        while after[where] in (" ", "\t"):
            where -= 1
        value = after[:where+1]
        comment = after[where+1:]
    else:
        value = after.rstrip()
        comment = ""
    # Return four fields: stripped key, part of line before value,
    # value, trailing whitespace and comment.
    return (leader.strip(), leader+"=", string_strip(value), comment)

class Forest:
    "Return an iterable directory forest object."
    def __init__(self, dirpath, exclude=None):
        "Get the names of all files under dirpath, ignoring version-control directories."
        self.forest = []
        self.dirpath = dirpath
        for dir in dirpath:
            subtree = []
            if os.path.isdir(dir):  # So we skip .cfgs in a UMC mirror
                os.path.walk(dir,
                         lambda arg, dir, names: subtree.extend(map(lambda x: os.path.normpath(os.path.join(dir, x)), names)),
                         None)
            # Always look at _main.cfg first
            subtree.sort(lambda x, y: cmp(x, y) - 2*int(x.endswith("_main.cfg"))  + 2*int(y.endswith("_main.cfg")))
            self.forest.append(subtree)
        for i in range(len(self.forest)):
            # Ignore version-control subdirectories and Emacs tempfiles
            for dirkind in vc_directories + l10n_directories:
                self.forest[i] = filter(lambda x: dirkind not in x, self.forest[i])
            self.forest[i] = filter(lambda x: '.#' not in x, self.forest[i])
            self.forest[i] = filter(lambda x: not os.path.isdir(x), self.forest[i])
            if exclude:
                self.forest[i] = filter(lambda x: not re.search(exclude, x), self.forest[i])
            self.forest[i] = filter(lambda x: not x.endswith("-bak"), self.forest[i])
        # Compute cliques (will be used later for visibility checks) 
        self.clique = {}
        counter = 0
        for tree in self.forest:
            for filename in tree:
                self.clique[filename] = counter
            counter += 1
    def parent(self, filename):
        "Return the directory root that caused this path to be included."
        return self.dirpath[self.clique[filename]]
    def neighbors(self, fn1, fn2):
        "Are two files from the same tree?"
        return self.clique[fn1] == self.clique[fn2]
    def flatten(self):
        "Return a flattened list of all files in the forest."
        allfiles = []
        for tree in self.forest:
            allfiles += tree
        return allfiles
    def generator(self):
        "Return a generator that walks through all files."
        for (dir, tree) in zip(self.dirpath, self.forest):
            for filename in tree:
                yield (dir, filename)

def iswml(filename):
    "Is the specified filename WML?"
    return filename.endswith(".cfg")

def issave(filename):
    "Is the specified filename a WML save? (Detects compressed saves too.)"
    if isresource(filename):
        return False
    if filename.endswith(".gz"):
        firstline = gzip.open(filename).readline()
    else:
        firstline = open(filename).readline()
    return firstline.startswith("label=")

def isresource(filename):
    "Is the specified name a resource?"
    (root, ext) = os.path.splitext(filename)
    return ext and ext[1:] in resource_extensions

def formaltype(f):
    # Deduce the expected type of the formal
    if f.startswith("_"):
        f = f[1:]
    if f == "SIDE" or f.endswith("_SIDE"):
        ftype = "side"
    elif f in ("SIDE", "X", "Y", "RED", "GREEN", "BLUE", "TURN", "PROB", "LAYER", "TIME", "DURATION") or f.endswith("NUMBER") or f.endswith("AMOUNT") or f.endswith("COST") or f.endswith("RADIUS") or f.endswith("_X") or f.endswith("_Y") or f.endswith("_INCREMENT") or f.endswith("_FACTOR") or f.endswith("_TIME") or f.endswith("_SIZE"):
        ftype = "numeric"
    elif f.endswith("PERCENTAGE"):
        ftype = "percentage"
    elif f in ("POSITION",) or f.endswith("_POSITION") or f == "BASE":
        ftype = "position"
    elif f.endswith("_SPAN"):
        ftype = "span"
    elif f == "SIDES" or f.endswith("_SIDES"):
        ftype = "alliance"
    elif f in ("RANGE",):
        ftype = "range"
    elif f in ("ALIGN",):
        ftype = "alignment"
    elif f in ("TYPES",):
        ftype = "types"
    elif f.startswith("ADJACENT") or f.startswith("TERRAINLIST") or f == "RESTRICTING":
        ftype = "terrain_pattern"
    elif f.startswith("TERRAIN") or f.endswith("TERRAIN"):
        ftype = "terrain_code"
    elif f in ("NAME", "NAMESPACE", "VAR", "IMAGESTEM", "ID", "FLAG", "BUILDER") or f.endswith("_NAME") or f.endswith("_ID") or f.endswith("_VAR"):
        ftype = "name"
    elif f in ("ID_STRING", "NAME_STRING", "DESCRIPTION"):
        ftype = "optional_string"
    elif f in ("STRING", "TYPE", "TEXT") or f.endswith("_STRING") or f.endswith("_TYPE") or f.endswith("_TEXT"):
        ftype = "string"
    elif f.endswith("IMAGE") or f == "PROFILE":
        ftype = "image"
    elif f.endswith("MUSIC",) or f.endswith("SOUND"):
        ftype = "sound"
    elif f.endswith("FILTER",):
        ftype = "filter"
    elif f == "WML" or f.endswith("_WML"):
        ftype = "wml"
    elif f in ("AFFIX", "POSTFIX", "ROTATION") or f.endswith("AFFIX"):
        ftype = "affix"
    # The regexp case avoids complaints about some wacky terrain macros.
    elif f.endswith("VALUE") or re.match("[ARS][0-9]", f):
        ftype = "any"
    else:
        ftype = None
    return ftype

def actualtype(a):
    if a is None:
        return None
    # Deduce the type of the actual
    if a.isdigit() or a.startswith("-") and a[1:].isdigit():
        atype = "numeric"
    elif re.match(r"0\.[0-9]+\Z", a):
        atype = "percentage"
    elif re.match(r"-?[0-9]+,-?[0-9]+\Z", a):
        atype = "position"
    elif re.match(r"([0-9]+\-[0-9]+,?|[0-9]+,?)+\Z", a):
        atype = "span"
    elif a in ("melee", "ranged"):
        atype = "range"
    elif a in ("lawful", "neutral", "chaotic"):
        atype = "alignment"
    elif a.startswith("{") or a.endswith("}") or a.startswith("$"):
        atype = None    # Can't tell -- it's a macro expansion
    elif re.match(image_reference, a):
        atype = "image"
    elif re.match(r"(\*|[A-Z][a-z]+)\^([A-Z][a-z\\|/]+\Z)?", a):
        atype = "terrain_code"
    elif a.endswith(".wav") or a.endswith(".ogg"):
        atype = "sound"
    elif a.startswith('"') and a.endswith('"') or (a.startswith("_") and a[1] not in "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"):
        atype = "stringliteral"
    elif "=" in a:
        atype = "filter"
    elif re.match(r"[A-Z][a-z][a-z]?\Z", a):
        atype = "shortname"
    elif a == "":
        atype = "empty"
    elif not ' ' in a:
        atype = "name"
    else:
        atype = "string"
    return atype

def argmatch(formals, actuals):
    if len(formals) != len(actuals):
        return False
    for (f, a) in zip(formals, actuals):
        # Here's the compatibility logic.  First, we catch the situations
        # in which a more restricted actual type matches a more general
        # formal one.  Then we have a fallback rule checking for type
        # equality or wildcarding.
        ftype = formaltype(f)
        atype = actualtype(a)
        if ftype == "any":
            pass
        elif (atype == "numeric" or a == "global") and ftype == "side":
            pass
        elif atype in ("filter", "empty") and ftype == "wml":
            pass
        elif atype in ("numeric", "position") and ftype == "span":
            pass
        elif atype in ("shortname", "name", "empty", "stringliteral") and ftype == "affix":
            pass
        elif atype in ("shortname", "name", "stringliteral") and ftype == "string":
            pass
        elif atype in ("shortname", "name", "string", "stringliteral", "empty") and ftype == "optional_string":
            pass
        elif atype in ("shortname",) and ftype == "terrain_code":
            pass
        elif atype in ("numeric", "position", "span", "empty") and ftype == "alliance":
            pass
        elif atype in ("terrain_code", "shortname", "name") and ftype == "terrain_pattern":
            pass
        elif atype in ("string", "shortname", "name") and ftype == "types":
            pass
        elif atype in ("numeric", "percentage") and ftype == "percentage":
            pass
        elif atype == "range" and ftype == "name":
            pass
        elif atype != ftype and ftype is not None and atype is not None:
            return False
    return True

class Reference:
    "Describes a location by file and line."
    def __init__(self, namespace, filename, lineno=None, docstring=None, args=None):
        self.namespace = namespace
        self.filename = filename
        self.lineno = lineno
        self.docstring = docstring
        self.args = args
        self.references = {}
        self.undef = None
    def append(self, fn, n, a=None):
        if fn not in self.references:
            self.references[fn] = []
        self.references[fn].append((n, a))
    def dump_references(self):
        "Dump all known references to this definition."
        for (file, refs) in self.references.items():
            print "    %s: %s" % (file, `map(lambda x: x[0], refs)`[1:-1])
    def __cmp__(self, other):
        "Compare two documentation objects for place in the sort order."
        # Major sort by file, minor by line number.  This presumes that the
        # files correspond to coherent topics and gives us control of the
        # sequence.
        byfile = cmp(self.filename, other.filename)
        if byfile:
            return byfile
        else:
            return cmp(self.lineno, other.lineno)
    def mismatches(self):
        copy = Reference(self.namespace, self.filename, self.lineno, self.docstring, self.args)
        copy.undef = self.undef
        for filename in self.references:
            mis = filter(lambda (ln, a): a is not None and not argmatch(self.args, a), self.references[filename])
            if mis:
                copy.references[filename] = mis
        return copy
    def __str__(self):
        if self.lineno:
            return '"%s", line %d' % (self.filename, self.lineno)
        else:
            return self.filename
    __repr__ = __str__

class CrossRef:
    macro_reference = re.compile(r"\{([A-Z_][A-Za-z0-9_:]*)(?!\.)\b")
    file_reference =  re.compile(r"[A-Za-z0-9{}.][A-Za-z0-9_/+{}.-]*\.(" + "|".join(resource_extensions) + ")(?=(~.*)?)")
    tag_parse = re.compile("\s*([a-z_]+)\s*=(.*)") 
    def mark_matching_resources(self, pattern, fn, n):
        "Mark all definitions matching a specified pattern with a reference."
        pattern = pattern.replace("+", r"\+")
        pattern = os.sep + pattern + "$"
        if os.sep == "\\":
            pattern = pattern.replace("\\", "\\\\")
        try:
            pattern = re.compile(pattern)
        except sre_constants.error:
            print >>sys.stderr, "wmlscope: confused by %s" % pattern
            return None
        key = None
        for trial in self.fileref:
            if pattern.search(trial) and self.visible_from(trial, fn, n):
                key = trial
                self.fileref[key].append(fn, n)
        return key
    def visible_from(self, defn, fn, n):
        "Is specified definition visible from the specified file and line?"
        if type(defn) == type(""):
            defn = self.fileref[defn]
        if defn.undef != None:
            # Local macros are only visible in the file where they were defined
            return defn.filename == fn and n >= defn.lineno and n <= defn.undef
        if self.exports(defn.namespace):
            # Macros and resources in subtrees with export=yes are global
            return True
        elif not self.filelist.neighbors(defn.filename, fn):
            # Otherwise, must be in the same subtree.
            return False
        else:
            # If the two files are in the same subtree, assume visibility.
            # This doesn't match the actual preprocessor semantics.
            # It means any macro without an undef is visible anywhere in the
            # same argument directory.
            #
            # We can't do better than this without a lot of hairy graph-
            # coloring logic to simulate include path interpretation.
            # If that logic ever gets built, it will go here.
            return True
    def scan_for_definitions(self, namespace, filename):
        ignoreflag = False
        conditionalsflag = False
        dfp = open(filename)
        state = "outside"
        latch_unit = in_base_unit = in_theme = False
        for (n, line) in enumerate(dfp):
            if self.warnlevel > 1:
                print `line`[1:-1]
            if line.strip().startswith("#textdomain"):
                continue
            m = re.search("# *wmlscope: warnlevel ([0-9]*)", line)
            if m:
                self.warnlevel = int(m.group(1))
                print '"%s", line %d: warnlevel set to %d (definition-gathering pass)' \
                     % (filename, n+1, self.warnlevel)
                continue
            m = re.search("# *wmlscope: set *([^=]*)=(.*)", line)
            if m:
                prop = m.group(1).strip()
                value = m.group(2).strip()
                if namespace not in self.properties:
                    self.properties[namespace] = {}
                self.properties[namespace][prop] = value
            m = re.search("# *wmlscope: prune (.*)", line)
            if m:
                name = m.group(1)
                if self.warnlevel >= 2:
                    print '"%s", line %d: pruning definitions of %s' \
                          % (filename, n+1, name )
                if name not in self.xref:
                    print >>sys.stderr, "wmlscope: can't prune undefined macro %s" % name
                else:
                    self.xref[name] = self.xref[name][:1]
                continue
            if "# wmlscope: start conditionals" in line:
                if self.warnlevel > 1:
                    print '"%s", line %d: starting conditionals' \
                          % (filename, n+1)
                conditionalsflag = True
            elif "# wmlscope: stop conditionals" in line:
                if self.warnlevel > 1:
                    print '"%s", line %d: stopping conditionals' \
                          % (filename, n+1)
                conditionalsflag = False
            if "# wmlscope: start ignoring" in line:
                if self.warnlevel > 1:
                    print '"%s", line %d: starting ignoring (definition pass)' \
                          % (filename, n+1)
                ignoreflag = True
            elif "# wmlscope: stop ignoring" in line:
                if self.warnlevel > 1:
                    print '"%s", line %d: stopping ignoring (definition pass)' \
                          % (filename, n+1)
                ignoreflag = False
            elif ignoreflag:
                continue
            if line.strip().startswith("#define"):
                tokens = line.split()
                if len(tokens) < 2:
                    print >>sys.stderr, \
                          '"%s", line %d: malformed #define' \
                          % (filename, n+1)
                else:
                    name = tokens[1]
                    here = Reference(namespace, filename, n+1, line, args=tokens[2:])
                    here.hash = hashlib.md5()
                    here.docstring = line.lstrip()[8:]      # Strip off #define_
                    state = "macro_header"
                continue
            elif state != 'outside' and line.strip().endswith("#enddef"):
                here.hash.update(line)
                here.hash = here.hash.digest()
                if name in self.xref:
                    for defn in self.xref[name]:
                        if not self.visible_from(defn, filename, n+1):
                            continue
                        elif conditionalsflag:
                            continue
                        elif defn.hash != here.hash:
                            print >>sys.stderr, \
                                    "%s: overrides different %s definition at %s" \
                                    % (here, name, defn)
                        elif self.warnlevel > 0:
                            print >>sys.stderr, \
                                    "%s: duplicates %s definition at %s" \
                                    % (here, name, defn)
                if name not in self.xref:
                    self.xref[name] = []
                self.xref[name].append(here)
                state = "outside"
            elif state == "macro_header" and line.strip() and line.strip()[0] != "#":
                state = "macro_body"
            if state == "macro_header":
                # Ignore macro header commends that are pragmas
                if "wmlscope" not in line and "wmllint:" not in line:
                    here.docstring += line.lstrip()[1:]
            if state in ("macro_header", "macro_body"):
                here.hash.update(line)
            elif line.strip().startswith("#undef"):
                tokens = line.split()
                name = tokens[1]
                if name in self.xref and self.xref[name]:
                    self.xref[name][-1].undef = n+1
                else:
                    print "%s: unbalanced #undef on %s" \
                          % (Reference(namespace, filename, n+1), name)
            if state == 'outside':
                if '[unit_type]' in line:
                    latch_unit = True
                elif '[/unit_type]' in line:
                    latch_unit = False
                elif '[base_unit]' in line:
                    in_base_unit = True
                elif '[/base_unit]' in line:
                    in_base_unit = False
                elif '[theme]' in line:
                    in_theme = True
                elif '[/theme]' in line:
                    in_theme = False
                elif latch_unit and not in_base_unit and not in_theme and "id" in line:
                    m = CrossRef.tag_parse.search(line)
                    if m and m.group(1) == "id":
                        uid = m.group(2)
                        if uid not in self.unit_ids:
                            self.unit_ids[uid] = []
                        self.unit_ids[uid].append(Reference(namespace, filename, n+1))
                        latch_unit= False
        dfp.close()
    def __init__(self, dirpath=[], exclude="", warnlevel=0, progress=False):
        "Build cross-reference object from the specified filelist."
        self.filelist = Forest(dirpath, exclude)
        self.dirpath = filter(lambda x: not re.search(exclude, x), dirpath)
        self.warnlevel = warnlevel
        self.xref = {}
        self.fileref = {}
        self.noxref = False
        self.properties = {}
        self.unit_ids = {}
        all_in = []
        if self.warnlevel >=2 or progress:
            print "*** Beginning definition-gathering pass..."
        for (namespace, filename) in self.filelist.generator():
            all_in.append((namespace, filename))
            if self.warnlevel > 1:
                print filename + ":"
            if progress:
                print filename
            if isresource(filename):
                self.fileref[filename] = Reference(namespace, filename)
            elif iswml(filename):
                # It's a WML file, scan for macro definitions
                self.scan_for_definitions(namespace, filename)
            elif filename.endswith(".def"):
                # It's a list of names to be considered defined
                self.noxref = True
                dfp = open(filename)
                for line in dfp:
                    self.xref[line.strip()] = True
                dfp.close()            
        # Next, decorate definitions with all references from the filelist.
        self.unresolved = []
        self.missing = []
        formals = []
        state = "outside"
        if self.warnlevel >=2 or progress:
            print "*** Beginning reference-gathering pass..."
        for (ns, fn) in all_in:
            if progress:
                print filename
            if iswml(fn):
                rfp = open(fn)
                attack_name = None
                beneath = 0
                ignoreflag = False
                for (n, line) in enumerate(rfp):
                    if line.strip().startswith("#define"):
                        formals = line.strip().split()[2:]
                    elif line.startswith("#enddef"):
                        formals = []
                    comment = ""
                    if '#' in line:
                        if "# wmlscope: start ignoring" in line:
                            if self.warnlevel > 1:
                                print '"%s", line %d: starting ignoring (reference pass)' \
                                      % (fn, n+1)
                            ignoreflag = True
                        elif "# wmlscope: stop ignoring" in line:
                            if self.warnlevel > 1:
                                print '"%s", line %d: stopping ignoring (reference pass)' \
                                      % (fn, n+1)
                            ignoreflag = False
                        m = re.search("# *wmlscope: self.warnlevel ([0-9]*)", line)
                        if m:
                            self.warnlevel = int(m.group(1))
                            print '"%s", line %d: self.warnlevel set to %d (reference-gathering pass)' \
                                 % (fn, n+1, self.warnlevel)
                            continue
                        fields = line.split('#')
                        line = fields[0]
                        if len(fields) > 1:
                            comment = fields[1]
                    if ignoreflag or not line:
                        continue
                    # Find references to macros
                    for match in re.finditer(CrossRef.macro_reference, line):
                        name = match.group(1)
                        candidates = 0
                        if self.warnlevel >=2:
                            print '"%s", line %d: seeking definition of %s' \
                                  % (fn, n+1, name)
                        if name in formals:
                            continue
                        elif name in self.xref:
                            # Count the number of actual arguments.
                            # Set args to None if the call doesn't
                            # close on this line
                            brackdepth = parendepth = 0
                            instring = False
                            args = []
                            arg = ""
                            for i in range(match.start(0), len(line)):
                                if instring:
                                    if line[i] == '"':
                                        instring = False
                                    else:
                                        arg += line[i]
                                elif line[i] == '"':
                                    instring = not instring
                                elif line[i] == "{":
                                    if brackdepth > 0:
                                        arg += line[i]
                                    brackdepth += 1
                                elif line[i] == "}":
                                    brackdepth -= 1
                                    if brackdepth == 0:
                                        if not line[i-1].isspace():
                                            args.append(arg)
                                            arg = ""
                                        break
                                    else:
                                        arg += line[i]
                                elif line[i] == "(":
                                    parendepth += 1
                                elif line[i] == ")":
                                    parendepth -= 1
                                elif not line[i-1].isspace() and \
                                     line[i].isspace() and \
                                     brackdepth == 1 and \
                                     parendepth == 0:
                                    args.append(arg)
                                    arg = ""
                                elif not line[i].isspace():
                                    arg += line[i]
                            if brackdepth > 0 or parendepth > 0:
                                args = None
                            else:
                                args.pop(0)
                            #if args:
                            #    print '"%s", line %d: args of %s is %s' \
                            #          % (fn, n+1, name, args)
                            # Figure out which macros might resolve this
                            for defn in self.xref[name]:
                                if self.visible_from(defn, fn, n+1):
                                    candidates += 1
                                    defn.append(fn, n+1, args)
                            if candidates > 1:
                                print "%s: more than one definition of %s is visible here." % (Reference(ns, fn, n), name)
                        if candidates == 0:
                            self.unresolved.append((name,Reference(ns,fn,n+1,args=args)))
                    # Don't be fooled by HTML image references in help strings.
                    if "<img>" in line:
                        continue
                    # Find references to resource files
                    for match in re.finditer(CrossRef.file_reference, line):
                        name = match.group(0)
                        # Catches maps that look like macro names.
                        if (name.endswith(".map") or name.endswith(".mask")) and name[0] == '{':
                            name = name[1:]
                        if os.sep == "\\":
                            name = name.replace("/", "\\")
                        key = None
                        # If name is already in our resource list, it's easy.
                        if name in self.fileref and self.visible_from(name, fn, n):
                            self.fileref[name].append(fn, n+1)
                            continue
                        # If the name contains subtitutable parts, count
                        # it as a reference to everything the substitutions
                        # could potentially match.
                        elif '{' in name:
                            pattern = re.sub(r"\{[^}]*\}", '.*', name)
                            key = self.mark_matching_resources(pattern, fn,n+1)
                            if key:
                                self.fileref[key].append(fn, n+1)
                        else:
                            candidates = []
                            for trial in self.fileref:
                                if trial.endswith(os.sep + name) and self.visible_from(trial, fn, n):
                                    key = trial
                                    self.fileref[trial].append(fn, n+1)
                                    candidates.append(trial)
                            if len(candidates) > 1:
                                print "%s: more than one resource matching %s is visible here (%s)." % (Reference(ns,fn, n), name, ", ".join(candidates))
                        if not key:
                            self.missing.append((name, Reference(ns,fn,n+1)))
                    # Notice implicit references through attacks
                    if state == "outside":
                        if "[attack]" in line:
                            beneath = 0
                            attack_name = default_icon = None
                            have_icon = False
                        elif "name=" in line and not "no-icon" in comment:
                            attack_name = line[line.find("name=")+5:].strip()
                            default_icon = os.path.join("attacks", attack_name  + ".png")
                        elif "icon=" in line and beneath == 0:
                            have_icon = True
                        elif "[/attack]" in line:
                            if attack_name and not have_icon:
                                candidates = []
                                key = None
                                for trial in self.fileref:
                                    if trial.endswith(os.sep + default_icon) and self.visible_from(trial, fn, n):
                                        key = trial
                                        self.fileref[trial].append(fn, n+1)
                                        candidates.append(trial)
                                if len(candidates) > 1:
                                    print "%s: more than one definition of %s is visible here (%s)." % (Reference(ns,fn, n), name, ", ".join(candidates))
                            if not key:
                                self.missing.append((default_icon, Reference(ns,fn,n+1)))
                        elif line.strip().startswith("[/"):
                            beneath -= 1
                        elif line.strip().startswith("["):
                            beneath += 1
                rfp.close()
        # Check whether each namespace has a defined export property
        for namespace in self.dirpath:
            if namespace not in self.properties or "export" not in self.properties[namespace]:
                print "warning: %s has no export property" % namespace
    def exports(self, namespace):
        return namespace in self.properties and self.properties[namespace].get("export") == "yes"
    def subtract(self, filelist):

        "Transplant file references in files from filelist to a new CrossRef."
        smallref = CrossRef()
        for filename in self.fileref:
            for (referrer, referlines) in self.fileref[filename].references.items():
                if referrer in filelist:
                    if filename not in smallref.fileref:
                        smallref.fileref[filename] = Reference(None, filename)
                    smallref.fileref[filename].references[referrer] = referlines
                    del self.fileref[filename].references[referrer]
        return smallref
    def refcount(self, name):
        "Return a reference count for the specified resource."
        try:
            return len(self.fileref[name].references.keys())
        except KeyError:
            return 0

#
# String translations from po files.  The advantage of this code is that it
# does not require the gettext binary message catalogs to have been compiled.
# The disavantage is that it eats lots of core!
#


class TranslationError(Exception):
    def __init__(self, textdomain, isocode):
        self.isocode = isocode
        self.textdomain = textdomain
    def __str__(self):
        return "No translations found for %s/%s.\n" % (
            self.textdomain, self.isocode)

class Translation(dict):
    "Parses a po file to create a translation dictionary."
    def __init__(self, textdomain, isocode, topdir=""):
        self.textdomain = textdomain
        self.isocode = isocode
        self.gettext = {}
        if self.isocode != "C":
            isocode2 = isocode[:isocode.rfind("_")]
            for code in [isocode, isocode2]:
                fn = "po/%s/%s.po" % (textdomain, code)
                if topdir: fn = os.path.join(topdir, fn)
                try:
                    f = file(fn)
                    break
                except IOError:
                    pass
            else:
                raise TranslationError(textdomain, self.isocode)

            expect = False
            fuzzy = "#, fuzzy\n"
            gettext = f.read().decode("utf8")
            matches = re.compile("""(msgid|msgstr)((\s*".*?")+)""").finditer(gettext)
            msgid = ""
            for match in matches:
                text = "".join(re.compile('"(.*?)"').findall(match.group(2)))
                if match.group(1) == "msgid":
                    msgid = text.replace("\\n", "\n")
                    expect = gettext[match.start(1) - len(fuzzy):match.start(1)] != fuzzy
                elif expect:
                    self.gettext[msgid] = text.replace("\\n", "\n")
    def get(self, key, dflt):
        if self.isocode == "C":
            if key:
                return key[key.find("^") + 1:]
            return "?"
        else:
            t = self.gettext.get(key, dflt)
            if not t:
                if key:
                    return key[key.find("^") + 1:]
                return "?"
            return t
    def __getitem__(self, key):
        if self.isocode == "C":
            return key
        else:
            return self.gettext[key]
    def __contains__(self, key):
        if self.isocode == "C":
            return True
        else:
            return key in self.gettext.keys()

class Translations:
    "Wraps around Translation to support multiple languages and domains."
    def __init__(self, topdir = ""):
        self.translations = {}
        self.topdir = topdir
    def get(self, textdomain, isocode, key, default):
        t = (textdomain, isocode)
        if not t in self.translations:
            try:
                self.translations[t] = Translation(textdomain, isocode, self.topdir)
            except TranslationError, e:
                sys.stderr.write(str(e))
                self.translations[t] = Translation(textdomain, "C", self.topdir)
        result = self.translations[t].get(key, default)   
        return result

## Namespace management
#
# This is the only part of the code that actually knows about the
# shape of the data tree.

00811 def scopelist():
    "Return a list of (separate) package scopes, core first."
    return ["data/core"] + glob.glob("data/campaigns/*")

def is_namespace(name):
    "Is the name either a valid campaign name or core?"
    return name in map(os.path.basename, scopelist())

def namespace_directory(name):
    "Go from namespace to directory."
    if name == "core":
        return "data/core/"
    else:
        return "data/campaigns/" + name + "/"

def directory_namespace(path):
    "Go from directory to namespace."
    if path.startswith("data/core/"):
        return "core"
    elif path.startswith("data/campaigns/"):
        return path.split("/")[2]
    else:
        return None

def namespace_member(path, namespace):
    "Is a path in a specified namespace?"
    ns = directory_namespace(path)
    return ns != None and ns == namespace

def resolve_unit_cfg(namespace, utype, resource=None):
    "Get the location of a specified unit in a specified scope."
    if resource:
        resource = os.path.join(utype, resource)
    else:
        resource = utype
    loc = namespace_directory(namespace) + "units/" + resource
    if not loc.endswith(".cfg"):
        loc += ".cfg"
    return loc

def resolve_unit_image(namespace, subdir, resource):
    "Construct a plausible location for given resource in specified namespace."
    return os.path.join(namespace_directory(namespace), "images/units", subdir, resource)

# And this is for code that does syntax transformation
baseindent = "    "

## Version-control hooks begin here.
#
# Change these if we move away from Subversion

if sys.platform.startswith("win"):
00863     mv = "rename"
    rm = "del"
else:
    mv = "mv"
    rm = "rm"

vcdir = ".svn"

def vcmove(src, dst):
    "Move a file under version control. Only applied to unmodified files."
    (path, base) = os.path.split(src)
    if os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, ".svn")):
        return "svn mv %s %s" % (src, dst)
    else:
        return mv + " " + src + " " + dst

def vcunmove(src, dst):
    "Revert the result of a previous move (before commit)."
    (path, base) = os.path.split(src)
    if os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, ".svn")):
        return "svn revert %s" % dst      # Revert the add at the destination
        return rm + " " + dst       # Remove the moved copy
        return "svn revert %s" % src      # Revert the deletion
    else:
        return mv + " " + dst + " " + src

def vcdelete(src):
    "Delete a file under version control."
    (path, base) = os.path.split(src)
    if os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, ".svn")):
        return "svn rm %s" % src
    else:
        return rm + " " + src

def vcundelete(src):
    "Revert the result of a previous delete (before commit)."
    (path, base) = os.path.split(src)
    if os.path.exists(os.path.join(path, ".svn")):
        return "svn revert %s" % src      # Revert the deletion
    else:
        return "echo 'can't undelete %s, not under version control'" % src

#
## Version-control hooks end here

# wmltools.py ends here

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