tools/check-moz-style/diff_parser.py
author Nick Fitzgerald <fitzgen@gmail.com>
Tue, 05 Apr 2016 13:51:00 +0200
changeset 291857 1e5447cbadfaaa24b8cdde74e117b6e122584722
parent 265639 d2fedce9b8a8d271698198cab8028e5132bd0bb8
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1248948 - Don't pass non-SavedFrame objects to SavedFrame JSAPI functions; r=tromey r=evilpie

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"""WebKit's Python module for interacting with patches."""

import logging
import re


_regexp_compile_cache = {}


def match(pattern, string):
    """Matches the string with the pattern, caching the compiled regexp."""
    if not pattern in _regexp_compile_cache:
        _regexp_compile_cache[pattern] = re.compile(pattern)
    return _regexp_compile_cache[pattern].match(string)


def git_diff_to_svn_diff(line):
    """Converts a git formatted diff line to a svn formatted line.

    Args:
      line: A string representing a line of the diff.
    """
    conversion_patterns = (("^diff --git a/(.+) b/(?P<FilePath>.+)", lambda matched: "Index: " + matched.group('FilePath') + "\n"),
                           ("^new file.*", lambda matched: "\n"),
                           ("^index [0-9a-f]{7}\.\.[0-9a-f]{7} [0-9]{6}", lambda matched: "===================================================================\n"),
                           ("^--- a/(?P<FilePath>.+)", lambda matched: "--- " + matched.group('FilePath') + "\n"),
                           ("^\+\+\+ b/(?P<FilePath>.+)", lambda matched: "+++ " + matched.group('FilePath') + "\n"))

    for pattern, conversion in conversion_patterns:
        matched = match(pattern, line)
        if matched:
            return conversion(matched)
    return line


def get_diff_converter(first_diff_line):
    """Gets a converter function of diff lines.

    Args:
      first_diff_line: The first filename line of a diff file.
                       If this line is git formatted, we'll return a
                       converter from git to SVN.
    """
    if match(r"^diff --git a/", first_diff_line):
        return git_diff_to_svn_diff
    return lambda input: input


_INITIAL_STATE = 1
_DECLARED_FILE_PATH = 2
_PROCESSING_CHUNK = 3


class DiffFile:
    """Contains the information for one file in a patch.

    The field "lines" is a list which contains tuples in this format:
       (deleted_line_number, new_line_number, line_string)
    If deleted_line_number is zero, it means this line is newly added.
    If new_line_number is zero, it means this line is deleted.
    """

    def __init__(self, filename):
        self.filename = filename
        self.lines = []

    def add_new_line(self, line_number, line):
        self.lines.append((0, line_number, line))

    def add_deleted_line(self, line_number, line):
        self.lines.append((line_number, 0, line))

    def add_unchanged_line(self, deleted_line_number, new_line_number, line):
        self.lines.append((deleted_line_number, new_line_number, line))


class DiffParser:
    """A parser for a patch file.

    The field "files" is a dict whose key is the filename and value is
    a DiffFile object.
    """

    def __init__(self, diff_input):
        """Parses a diff.

        Args:
          diff_input: An iterable object.
        """
        state = _INITIAL_STATE

        self.files = {}
        current_file = None
        old_diff_line = None
        new_diff_line = None
        for line in diff_input:
            line = line.rstrip("\n")
            if state == _INITIAL_STATE:
                transform_line = get_diff_converter(line)
            line = transform_line(line)

            file_declaration = match(r"^Index: (?P<FilePath>.+)", line)
            if file_declaration:
                filename = file_declaration.group('FilePath')
                current_file = DiffFile(filename)
                self.files[filename] = current_file
                state = _DECLARED_FILE_PATH
                continue

            lines_changed = match(r"^@@ -(?P<OldStartLine>\d+)(,\d+)? \+(?P<NewStartLine>\d+)(,\d+)? @@", line)
            if lines_changed:
                if state != _DECLARED_FILE_PATH and state != _PROCESSING_CHUNK:
                    logging.error('Unexpected line change without file path declaration: %r' % line)
                old_diff_line = int(lines_changed.group('OldStartLine'))
                new_diff_line = int(lines_changed.group('NewStartLine'))
                state = _PROCESSING_CHUNK
                continue

            if state == _PROCESSING_CHUNK:
                if line.startswith('+'):
                    current_file.add_new_line(new_diff_line, line[1:])
                    new_diff_line += 1
                elif line.startswith('-'):
                    current_file.add_deleted_line(old_diff_line, line[1:])
                    old_diff_line += 1
                elif line.startswith(' '):
                    current_file.add_unchanged_line(old_diff_line, new_diff_line, line[1:])
                    old_diff_line += 1
                    new_diff_line += 1
                elif line == '\\ No newline at end of file':
                    # Nothing to do.  We may still have some added lines.
                    pass
                else:
                    logging.error('Unexpected diff format when parsing a chunk: %r' % line)