mercurial/config.py
author Augie Fackler <augie@google.com>
Fri, 27 Apr 2018 13:37:10 -0400
changeset 46070 48378d0e9479e715ac7f3911a6fb3393ec14e570
parent 42822 6d6bc544467a398ffb534e5353c1986fc4d3f74d
permissions -rw-r--r--
config: fix py3 backslash escaping bug in parser caught by tests Differential Revision: https://phab.mercurial-scm.org/D3525

# config.py - configuration parsing for Mercurial
#
#  Copyright 2009 Matt Mackall <mpm@selenic.com> and others
#
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.

from __future__ import absolute_import

import errno
import os

from .i18n import _
from . import (
    error,
    pycompat,
    util,
)

class config(object):
    def __init__(self, data=None, includepaths=None):
        self._data = {}
        self._unset = []
        self._includepaths = includepaths or []
        if data:
            for k in data._data:
                self._data[k] = data[k].copy()
            self._source = data._source.copy()
        else:
            self._source = util.cowdict()
    def copy(self):
        return config(self)
    def __contains__(self, section):
        return section in self._data
    def hasitem(self, section, item):
        return item in self._data.get(section, {})
    def __getitem__(self, section):
        return self._data.get(section, {})
    def __iter__(self):
        for d in self.sections():
            yield d
    def update(self, src):
        self._source = self._source.preparewrite()
        for s, n in src._unset:
            ds = self._data.get(s, None)
            if ds is not None and n in ds:
                self._data[s] = ds.preparewrite()
                del self._data[s][n]
                del self._source[(s, n)]
        for s in src:
            ds = self._data.get(s, None)
            if ds:
                self._data[s] = ds.preparewrite()
            else:
                self._data[s] = util.cowsortdict()
            self._data[s].update(src._data[s])
        self._source.update(src._source)
    def get(self, section, item, default=None):
        return self._data.get(section, {}).get(item, default)

    def backup(self, section, item):
        """return a tuple allowing restore to reinstall a previous value

        The main reason we need it is because it handles the "no data" case.
        """
        try:
            value = self._data[section][item]
            source = self.source(section, item)
            return (section, item, value, source)
        except KeyError:
            return (section, item)

    def source(self, section, item):
        return self._source.get((section, item), "")
    def sections(self):
        return sorted(self._data.keys())
    def items(self, section):
        return list(self._data.get(section, {}).iteritems())
    def set(self, section, item, value, source=""):
        if pycompat.ispy3:
            assert not isinstance(value, str), (
                'config values may not be unicode strings on Python 3')
        if section not in self:
            self._data[section] = util.cowsortdict()
        else:
            self._data[section] = self._data[section].preparewrite()
        self._data[section][item] = value
        if source:
            self._source = self._source.preparewrite()
            self._source[(section, item)] = source

    def restore(self, data):
        """restore data returned by self.backup"""
        self._source = self._source.preparewrite()
        if len(data) == 4:
            # restore old data
            section, item, value, source = data
            self._data[section] = self._data[section].preparewrite()
            self._data[section][item] = value
            self._source[(section, item)] = source
        else:
            # no data before, remove everything
            section, item = data
            if section in self._data:
                self._data[section].pop(item, None)
            self._source.pop((section, item), None)

    def parse(self, src, data, sections=None, remap=None, include=None):
        sectionre = util.re.compile(br'\[([^\[]+)\]')
        itemre = util.re.compile(br'([^=\s][^=]*?)\s*=\s*(.*\S|)')
        contre = util.re.compile(br'\s+(\S|\S.*\S)\s*$')
        emptyre = util.re.compile(br'(;|#|\s*$)')
        commentre = util.re.compile(br'(;|#)')
        unsetre = util.re.compile(br'%unset\s+(\S+)')
        includere = util.re.compile(br'%include\s+(\S|\S.*\S)\s*$')
        section = ""
        item = None
        line = 0
        cont = False

        if remap:
            section = remap.get(section, section)

        for l in data.splitlines(True):
            line += 1
            if line == 1 and l.startswith('\xef\xbb\xbf'):
                # Someone set us up the BOM
                l = l[3:]
            if cont:
                if commentre.match(l):
                    continue
                m = contre.match(l)
                if m:
                    if sections and section not in sections:
                        continue
                    v = self.get(section, item) + "\n" + m.group(1)
                    self.set(section, item, v, "%s:%d" % (src, line))
                    continue
                item = None
                cont = False
            m = includere.match(l)

            if m and include:
                expanded = util.expandpath(m.group(1))
                includepaths = [os.path.dirname(src)] + self._includepaths

                for base in includepaths:
                    inc = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(base, expanded))

                    try:
                        include(inc, remap=remap, sections=sections)
                        break
                    except IOError as inst:
                        if inst.errno != errno.ENOENT:
                            raise error.ParseError(_("cannot include %s (%s)")
                                                   % (inc, inst.strerror),
                                                   "%s:%d" % (src, line))
                continue
            if emptyre.match(l):
                continue
            m = sectionre.match(l)
            if m:
                section = m.group(1)
                if remap:
                    section = remap.get(section, section)
                if section not in self:
                    self._data[section] = util.cowsortdict()
                continue
            m = itemre.match(l)
            if m:
                item = m.group(1)
                cont = True
                if sections and section not in sections:
                    continue
                self.set(section, item, m.group(2), "%s:%d" % (src, line))
                continue
            m = unsetre.match(l)
            if m:
                name = m.group(1)
                if sections and section not in sections:
                    continue
                if self.get(section, name) is not None:
                    self._data[section] = self._data[section].preparewrite()
                    del self._data[section][name]
                self._unset.append((section, name))
                continue

            raise error.ParseError(l.rstrip(), ("%s:%d" % (src, line)))

    def read(self, path, fp=None, sections=None, remap=None):
        if not fp:
            fp = util.posixfile(path, 'rb')
        assert getattr(fp, 'mode', r'rb') == r'rb', (
            'config files must be opened in binary mode, got fp=%r mode=%r' % (
                fp, fp.mode))
        self.parse(path, fp.read(),
                   sections=sections, remap=remap, include=self.read)

def parselist(value):
    """parse a configuration value as a list of comma/space separated strings

    >>> parselist(b'this,is "a small" ,test')
    ['this', 'is', 'a small', 'test']
    """

    def _parse_plain(parts, s, offset):
        whitespace = False
        while offset < len(s) and (s[offset:offset + 1].isspace()
                                   or s[offset:offset + 1] == ','):
            whitespace = True
            offset += 1
        if offset >= len(s):
            return None, parts, offset
        if whitespace:
            parts.append('')
        if s[offset:offset + 1] == '"' and not parts[-1]:
            return _parse_quote, parts, offset + 1
        elif s[offset:offset + 1] == '"' and parts[-1][-1:] == '\\':
            parts[-1] = parts[-1][:-1] + s[offset:offset + 1]
            return _parse_plain, parts, offset + 1
        parts[-1] += s[offset:offset + 1]
        return _parse_plain, parts, offset + 1

    def _parse_quote(parts, s, offset):
        if offset < len(s) and s[offset:offset + 1] == '"': # ""
            parts.append('')
            offset += 1
            while offset < len(s) and (s[offset:offset + 1].isspace() or
                    s[offset:offset + 1] == ','):
                offset += 1
            return _parse_plain, parts, offset

        while offset < len(s) and s[offset:offset + 1] != '"':
            if (s[offset:offset + 1] == '\\' and offset + 1 < len(s)
                    and s[offset + 1:offset + 2] == '"'):
                offset += 1
                parts[-1] += '"'
            else:
                parts[-1] += s[offset:offset + 1]
            offset += 1

        if offset >= len(s):
            real_parts = _configlist(parts[-1])
            if not real_parts:
                parts[-1] = '"'
            else:
                real_parts[0] = '"' + real_parts[0]
                parts = parts[:-1]
                parts.extend(real_parts)
            return None, parts, offset

        offset += 1
        while offset < len(s) and s[offset:offset + 1] in [' ', ',']:
            offset += 1

        if offset < len(s):
            if offset + 1 == len(s) and s[offset:offset + 1] == '"':
                parts[-1] += '"'
                offset += 1
            else:
                parts.append('')
        else:
            return None, parts, offset

        return _parse_plain, parts, offset

    def _configlist(s):
        s = s.rstrip(' ,')
        if not s:
            return []
        parser, parts, offset = _parse_plain, [''], 0
        while parser:
            parser, parts, offset = parser(parts, s, offset)
        return parts

    if value is not None and isinstance(value, bytes):
        result = _configlist(value.lstrip(' ,\n'))
    else:
        result = value
    return result or []