Source code for parso.grammar

import hashlib
import os
from typing import Generic, TypeVar, Union, Dict, Optional, Any
from pathlib import Path

from parso._compatibility import is_pypy
from parso.pgen2 import generate_grammar
from parso.utils import split_lines, python_bytes_to_unicode, \
    PythonVersionInfo, parse_version_string
from parso.python.diff import DiffParser
from parso.python.tokenize import tokenize_lines, tokenize
from parso.python.token import PythonTokenTypes
from parso.cache import parser_cache, load_module, try_to_save_module
from parso.parser import BaseParser
from parso.python.parser import Parser as PythonParser
from parso.python.errors import ErrorFinderConfig
from parso.python import pep8
from parso.file_io import FileIO, KnownContentFileIO
from parso.normalizer import RefactoringNormalizer, NormalizerConfig

_loaded_grammars: Dict[str, 'Grammar'] = {}

_NodeT = TypeVar("_NodeT")

[docs] class Grammar(Generic[_NodeT]): """ :py:func:`parso.load_grammar` returns instances of this class. Creating custom none-python grammars by calling this is not supported, yet. :param text: A BNF representation of your grammar. """ _start_nonterminal: str _error_normalizer_config: Optional[ErrorFinderConfig] = None _token_namespace: Any = None _default_normalizer_config: NormalizerConfig = pep8.PEP8NormalizerConfig() def __init__(self, text: str, *, tokenizer, parser=BaseParser, diff_parser=None): self._pgen_grammar = generate_grammar( text, token_namespace=self._get_token_namespace() ) self._parser = parser self._tokenizer = tokenizer self._diff_parser = diff_parser self._hashed = hashlib.sha256(text.encode("utf-8")).hexdigest()
[docs] def parse(self, code: Union[str, bytes] = None, *, error_recovery=True, path: Union[os.PathLike, str] = None, start_symbol: str = None, cache=False, diff_cache=False, cache_path: Union[os.PathLike, str] = None, file_io: FileIO = None) -> _NodeT: """ If you want to parse a Python file you want to start here, most likely. If you need finer grained control over the parsed instance, there will be other ways to access it. :param str code: A unicode or bytes string. When it's not possible to decode bytes to a string, returns a :py:class:`UnicodeDecodeError`. :param bool error_recovery: If enabled, any code will be returned. If it is invalid, it will be returned as an error node. If disabled, you will get a ParseError when encountering syntax errors in your code. :param str start_symbol: The grammar rule (nonterminal) that you want to parse. Only allowed to be used when error_recovery is False. :param str path: The path to the file you want to open. Only needed for caching. :param bool cache: Keeps a copy of the parser tree in RAM and on disk if a path is given. Returns the cached trees if the corresponding files on disk have not changed. Note that this stores pickle files on your file system (e.g. for Linux in ``~/.cache/parso/``). :param bool diff_cache: Diffs the cached python module against the new code and tries to parse only the parts that have changed. Returns the same (changed) module that is found in cache. Using this option requires you to not do anything anymore with the cached modules under that path, because the contents of it might change. This option is still somewhat experimental. If you want stability, please don't use it. :param bool cache_path: If given saves the parso cache in this directory. If not given, defaults to the default cache places on each platform. :return: A subclass of :py:class:`parso.tree.NodeOrLeaf`. Typically a :py:class:`parso.python.tree.Module`. """ if code is None and path is None and file_io is None: raise TypeError("Please provide either code or a path.") if isinstance(path, str): path = Path(path) if isinstance(cache_path, str): cache_path = Path(cache_path) if start_symbol is None: start_symbol = self._start_nonterminal if error_recovery and start_symbol != 'file_input': raise NotImplementedError("This is currently not implemented.") if file_io is None: if code is None: file_io = FileIO(path) # type: ignore[arg-type] else: file_io = KnownContentFileIO(path, code) if cache and file_io.path is not None: module_node = load_module(self._hashed, file_io, cache_path=cache_path) if module_node is not None: return module_node # type: ignore[no-any-return] if code is None: code = code = python_bytes_to_unicode(code) lines = split_lines(code, keepends=True) if diff_cache: if self._diff_parser is None: raise TypeError("You have to define a diff parser to be able " "to use this option.") try: module_cache_item = parser_cache[self._hashed][file_io.path] except KeyError: pass else: module_node = module_cache_item.node old_lines = module_cache_item.lines if old_lines == lines: return module_node # type: ignore[no-any-return] new_node = self._diff_parser( self._pgen_grammar, self._tokenizer, module_node ).update( old_lines=old_lines, new_lines=lines ) try_to_save_module(self._hashed, file_io, new_node, lines, # Never pickle in pypy, it's slow as hell. pickling=cache and not is_pypy, cache_path=cache_path) return new_node # type: ignore[no-any-return] tokens = self._tokenizer(lines) p = self._parser( self._pgen_grammar, error_recovery=error_recovery, start_nonterminal=start_symbol ) root_node = p.parse(tokens=tokens) if cache or diff_cache: try_to_save_module(self._hashed, file_io, root_node, lines, # Never pickle in pypy, it's slow as hell. pickling=cache and not is_pypy, cache_path=cache_path) return root_node # type: ignore[no-any-return]
def _get_token_namespace(self): ns = self._token_namespace if ns is None: raise ValueError("The token namespace should be set.") return ns
[docs] def iter_errors(self, node): """ Given a :py:class:`parso.tree.NodeOrLeaf` returns a generator of :py:class:`parso.normalizer.Issue` objects. For Python this is a list of syntax/indentation errors. """ if self._error_normalizer_config is None: raise ValueError("No error normalizer specified for this grammar.") return self._get_normalizer_issues(node, self._error_normalizer_config)
[docs] def refactor(self, base_node, node_to_str_map): return RefactoringNormalizer(node_to_str_map).walk(base_node)
def _get_normalizer(self, normalizer_config): if normalizer_config is None: normalizer_config = self._default_normalizer_config if normalizer_config is None: raise ValueError("You need to specify a normalizer, because " "there's no default normalizer for this tree.") return normalizer_config.create_normalizer(self) def _normalize(self, node, normalizer_config=None): """ TODO this is not public, yet. The returned code will be normalized, e.g. PEP8 for Python. """ normalizer = self._get_normalizer(normalizer_config) return normalizer.walk(node) def _get_normalizer_issues(self, node, normalizer_config=None): normalizer = self._get_normalizer(normalizer_config) normalizer.walk(node) return normalizer.issues def __repr__(self): nonterminals = self._pgen_grammar.nonterminal_to_dfas.keys() txt = ' '.join(list(nonterminals)[:3]) + ' ...' return '<%s:%s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, txt)
class PythonGrammar(Grammar): _error_normalizer_config = ErrorFinderConfig() _token_namespace = PythonTokenTypes _start_nonterminal = 'file_input' def __init__(self, version_info: PythonVersionInfo, bnf_text: str): super().__init__( bnf_text, tokenizer=self._tokenize_lines, parser=PythonParser, diff_parser=DiffParser ) self.version_info = version_info def _tokenize_lines(self, lines, **kwargs): return tokenize_lines(lines, version_info=self.version_info, **kwargs) def _tokenize(self, code): # Used by Jedi. return tokenize(code, version_info=self.version_info)
[docs] def load_grammar(*, version: str = None, path: str = None): """ Loads a :py:class:`parso.Grammar`. The default version is the current Python version. :param str version: A python version string, e.g. ``version='3.8'``. :param str path: A path to a grammar file """ version_info = parse_version_string(version) file = path or os.path.join( 'python', 'grammar%s%s.txt' % (version_info.major, version_info.minor) ) global _loaded_grammars path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), file) try: return _loaded_grammars[path] except KeyError: try: with open(path) as f: bnf_text = grammar = PythonGrammar(version_info, bnf_text) return _loaded_grammars.setdefault(path, grammar) except FileNotFoundError: message = "Python version %s.%s is currently not supported." % ( version_info.major, version_info.minor ) raise NotImplementedError(message)