author Gregory Szorc <>
Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:37:00 -0800
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Parses and evaluates simple statements for Preprocessor:

Expression currently supports the following grammar, whitespace is ignored:

expression :
  unary ( ( '==' | '!=' ) unary ) ? ;
unary :
  '!'? value ;
value :
  [0-9]+ # integer
  | \w+  # string identifier or value;

import re

class Expression:
  def __init__(self, expression_string):
    Create a new expression with this string.
    The expression will already be parsed into an Abstract Syntax Tree.
    self.content = expression_string
    self.offset = 0
    self.e = self.__get_equality()
    if self.content:
      raise Expression.ParseError, self

  def __get_equality(self):
    Production: unary ( ( '==' | '!=' ) unary ) ?
    if not len(self.content):
      return None
    rv = Expression.__AST("equality")
    # unary 
    if not re.match('[=!]=', self.content):
      # no equality needed, short cut to our prime unary
      return rv[0]
    # append operator
    rv.append(Expression.__ASTLeaf('op', self.content[:2]))
    return rv

  def __get_unary(self):
    Production: '!'? value
    # eat whitespace right away, too
    not_ws = re.match('!\s*', self.content)
    if not not_ws:
      return self.__get_value()
    rv = Expression.__AST('not')
    return rv

  def __get_value(self):
    Production: ( [0-9]+ | \w+)
    Note that the order is important, and the expression is kind-of
    ambiguous as \w includes 0-9. One could make it unambiguous by
    removing 0-9 from the first char of a string literal.
    rv = None
    word_len = re.match('[0-9]*', self.content).end()
    if word_len:
      value = int(self.content[:word_len])
      rv = Expression.__ASTLeaf('int', value)
      word_len = re.match('\w*', self.content).end()
      if word_len:
        rv = Expression.__ASTLeaf('string', self.content[:word_len])
        raise Expression.ParseError, self
    return rv

  def __ignore_whitespace(self):
    ws_len = re.match('\s*', self.content).end()

  def __strip(self, length):
    Remove a given amount of chars from the input and update
    the offset.
    self.content = self.content[length:]
    self.offset += length
  def evaluate(self, context):
    Evaluate the expression with the given context
    # Helper function to evaluate __get_equality results
    def eval_equality(tok):
      left = opmap[tok[0].type](tok[0])
      right = opmap[tok[2].type](tok[2])
      rv = left == right
      if tok[1].value == '!=':
        rv = not rv
      return rv
    # Mapping from token types to evaluator functions
    # Apart from (non-)equality, all these can be simple lambda forms.
    opmap = {
      'equality': eval_equality,
      'not': lambda tok: not opmap[tok[0].type](tok[0]),
      'string': lambda tok: context[tok.value],
      'int': lambda tok: tok.value}

    return opmap[self.e.type](self.e);
  class __AST(list):
    Internal class implementing Abstract Syntax Tree nodes
    def __init__(self, type):
      self.type = type
      super(self.__class__, self).__init__(self)
  class __ASTLeaf:
    Internal class implementing Abstract Syntax Tree leafs
    def __init__(self, type, value):
      self.value = value
      self.type = type
    def __str__(self):
      return self.value.__str__()
    def __repr__(self):
      return self.value.__repr__()
  class ParseError(StandardError):
    Error raised when parsing fails.
    It has two members, offset and content, which give the offset of the
    error and the offending content.
    def __init__(self, expression):
      self.offset = expression.offset
      self.content = expression.content[:3]
    def __str__(self):
      return 'Unexpected content at offset %i, "%s"'%(self.offset, self.content)

class Context(dict):
  This class holds variable values by subclassing dict, and while it
  truthfully reports True and False on
  name in context
  it returns the variable name itself on

  to reflect the ambiguity between string literals and preprocessor
  def __getitem__(self, key):
    if key in self:
      return super(self.__class__, self).__getitem__(key)
    return key