Source code for google.appengine.api.yaml_builder

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"""PyYAML event builder handler

Receives events from YAML listener and forwards them to a builder
object so that it can construct a properly structured object.
"""










from google.appengine.api import yaml_errors
from google.appengine.api import yaml_listener

import yaml


_TOKEN_DOCUMENT = 'document'
_TOKEN_SEQUENCE = 'sequence'
_TOKEN_MAPPING = 'mapping'
_TOKEN_KEY = 'key'
_TOKEN_VALUES = frozenset((
  _TOKEN_DOCUMENT,
  _TOKEN_SEQUENCE,
  _TOKEN_MAPPING,
  _TOKEN_KEY))


[docs]class Builder(object): """Interface for building documents and type from YAML events. Implement this interface to create a new builder. Builders are passed to the BuilderHandler and used as a factory and assembler for creating concrete representations of YAML files. """
[docs] def BuildDocument(self): """Build new document. The object built by this method becomes the top level entity that the builder handler constructs. The actual type is determined by the sub-class of the Builder class and can essentially be any type at all. This method is always called when the parser encounters the start of a new document. Returns: New object instance representing concrete document which is returned to user via BuilderHandler.GetResults(). """
[docs] def InitializeDocument(self, document, value): """Initialize document with value from top level of document. This method is called when the root document element is encountered at the top level of a YAML document. It should get called immediately after BuildDocument. Receiving the None value indicates the empty document. Args: document: Document as constructed in BuildDocument. value: Scalar value to initialize the document with. """
[docs] def BuildMapping(self, top_value): """Build a new mapping representation. Called when StartMapping event received. Type of object is determined by Builder sub-class. Args: top_value: Object which will be new mappings parant. Will be object returned from previous call to BuildMapping or BuildSequence. Returns: Instance of new object that represents a mapping type in target model. """
[docs] def EndMapping(self, top_value, mapping): """Previously constructed mapping scope is at an end. Called when the end of a mapping block is encountered. Useful for additional clean up or end of scope validation. Args: top_value: Value which is parent of the mapping. mapping: Mapping which is at the end of its scope. """
[docs] def BuildSequence(self, top_value): """Build a new sequence representation. Called when StartSequence event received. Type of object is determined by Builder sub-class. Args: top_value: Object which will be new sequences parant. Will be object returned from previous call to BuildMapping or BuildSequence. Returns: Instance of new object that represents a sequence type in target model. """
[docs] def EndSequence(self, top_value, sequence): """Previously constructed sequence scope is at an end. Called when the end of a sequence block is encountered. Useful for additional clean up or end of scope validation. Args: top_value: Value which is parent of the sequence. sequence: Sequence which is at the end of its scope. """
[docs] def MapTo(self, subject, key, value): """Map value to a mapping representation. Implementation is defined by sub-class of Builder. Args: subject: Object that represents mapping. Value returned from BuildMapping. key: Key used to map value to subject. Can be any scalar value. value: Value which is mapped to subject. Can be any kind of value. """
[docs] def AppendTo(self, subject, value): """Append value to a sequence representation. Implementation is defined by sub-class of Builder. Args: subject: Object that represents sequence. Value returned from BuildSequence value: Value to be appended to subject. Can be any kind of value. """
[docs]class BuilderHandler(yaml_listener.EventHandler): """PyYAML event handler used to build objects. Maintains state information as it receives parse events so that object nesting is maintained. Uses provided builder object to construct and assemble objects as it goes. As it receives events from the YAML parser, it builds a stack of data representing structural tokens. As the scope of documents, mappings and sequences end, those token, value pairs are popped from the top of the stack so that the original scope can resume processing. A special case is made for the _KEY token. It represents a temporary value which only occurs inside mappings. It is immediately popped off the stack when it's associated value is encountered in the parse stream. It is necessary to do this because the YAML parser does not combine key and value information in to a single event. """ def __init__(self, builder): """Initialization for builder handler. Args: builder: Instance of Builder class. Raises: ListenerConfigurationError when builder is not a Builder class. """ if not isinstance(builder, Builder): raise yaml_errors.ListenerConfigurationError( 'Must provide builder of type yaml_listener.Builder') self._builder = builder self._stack = None self._top = None self._results = [] def _Push(self, token, value): """Push values to stack at start of nesting. When a new object scope is beginning, will push the token (type of scope) along with the new objects value, the latter of which is provided through the various build methods of the builder. Args: token: Token indicating the type of scope which is being created; must belong to _TOKEN_VALUES. value: Value to associate with given token. Construction of value is determined by the builder provided to this handler at construction. """ self._top = (token, value) self._stack.append(self._top) def _Pop(self): """Pop values from stack at end of nesting. Called to indicate the end of a nested scope. Returns: Previously pushed value at the top of the stack. """ assert self._stack != [] and self._stack is not None token, value = self._stack.pop() if self._stack: self._top = self._stack[-1] else: self._top = None return value def _HandleAnchor(self, event): """Handle anchor attached to event. Currently will raise an error if anchor is used. Anchors are used to define a document wide tag to a given value (scalar, mapping or sequence). Args: event: Event which may have anchor property set. Raises: NotImplementedError if event attempts to use an anchor. """ if hasattr(event, 'anchor') and event.anchor is not None: raise NotImplementedError('Anchors not supported in this handler') def _HandleValue(self, value): """Handle given value based on state of parser This method handles the various values that are created by the builder at the beginning of scope events (such as mappings and sequences) or when a scalar value is received. Method is called when handler receives a parser, MappingStart or SequenceStart. Args: value: Value received as scalar value or newly constructed mapping or sequence instance. Raises: InternalError if the building process encounters an unexpected token. This is an indication of an implementation error in BuilderHandler. """ token, top_value = self._top if token == _TOKEN_KEY: key = self._Pop() mapping_token, mapping = self._top assert _TOKEN_MAPPING == mapping_token self._builder.MapTo(mapping, key, value) elif token == _TOKEN_MAPPING: self._Push(_TOKEN_KEY, value) elif token == _TOKEN_SEQUENCE: self._builder.AppendTo(top_value, value) elif token == _TOKEN_DOCUMENT: self._builder.InitializeDocument(top_value, value) else: raise yaml_errors.InternalError('Unrecognized builder token:\n%s' % token)
[docs] def StreamStart(self, event, loader): """Initializes internal state of handler Args: event: Ignored. """ assert self._stack is None self._stack = [] self._top = None self._results = []
[docs] def StreamEnd(self, event, loader): """Cleans up internal state of handler after parsing Args: event: Ignored. """ assert self._stack == [] and self._top is None self._stack = None
[docs] def DocumentStart(self, event, loader): """Build new document. Pushes new document on to stack. Args: event: Ignored. """ assert self._stack == [] self._Push(_TOKEN_DOCUMENT, self._builder.BuildDocument())
[docs] def DocumentEnd(self, event, loader): """End of document. Args: event: Ignored. """ assert self._top[0] == _TOKEN_DOCUMENT self._results.append(self._Pop())
[docs] def Alias(self, event, loader): """Not implemented yet. Args: event: Ignored. """ raise NotImplementedError('References not supported in this handler')
[docs] def Scalar(self, event, loader): """Handle scalar value Since scalars are simple values that are passed directly in by the parser, handle like any value with no additional processing. Of course, key values will be handles specially. A key value is recognized when the top token is _TOKEN_MAPPING. Args: event: Event containing scalar value. """ self._HandleAnchor(event) if event.tag is None and self._top[0] != _TOKEN_MAPPING: try: tag = loader.resolve(yaml.nodes.ScalarNode, event.value, event.implicit) except IndexError: tag = loader.DEFAULT_SCALAR_TAG else: tag = event.tag if tag is None: value = event.value else: node = yaml.nodes.ScalarNode(tag, event.value, event.start_mark, event.end_mark, event.style) value = loader.construct_object(node) self._HandleValue(value)
[docs] def SequenceStart(self, event, loader): """Start of sequence scope Create a new sequence from the builder and then handle in the context of its parent. Args: event: SequenceStartEvent generated by loader. loader: Loader that generated event. """ self._HandleAnchor(event) token, parent = self._top if token == _TOKEN_KEY: token, parent = self._stack[-2] sequence = self._builder.BuildSequence(parent) self._HandleValue(sequence) self._Push(_TOKEN_SEQUENCE, sequence)
[docs] def SequenceEnd(self, event, loader): """End of sequence. Args: event: Ignored loader: Ignored. """ assert self._top[0] == _TOKEN_SEQUENCE end_object = self._Pop() top_value = self._top[1] self._builder.EndSequence(top_value, end_object)
[docs] def MappingStart(self, event, loader): """Start of mapping scope. Create a mapping from builder and then handle in the context of its parent. Args: event: MappingStartEvent generated by loader. loader: Loader that generated event. """ self._HandleAnchor(event) token, parent = self._top if token == _TOKEN_KEY: token, parent = self._stack[-2] mapping = self._builder.BuildMapping(parent) self._HandleValue(mapping) self._Push(_TOKEN_MAPPING, mapping)
[docs] def MappingEnd(self, event, loader): """End of mapping Args: event: Ignored. loader: Ignored. """ assert self._top[0] == _TOKEN_MAPPING end_object = self._Pop() top_value = self._top[1] self._builder.EndMapping(top_value, end_object)
[docs] def GetResults(self): """Get results of document stream processing. This method can be invoked after fully parsing the entire YAML file to retrieve constructed contents of YAML file. Called after EndStream. Returns: A tuple of all document objects that were parsed from YAML stream. Raises: InternalError if the builder stack is not empty by the end of parsing. """ if self._stack is not None: raise yaml_errors.InternalError('Builder stack is not empty.') return tuple(self._results)

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