makeqstrdata.py 3.84 KB
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from __future__ import print_function

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import argparse
import re
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import sys
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# codepoint2name is different in Python 2 to Python 3
import platform
if platform.python_version_tuple()[0] == '2':
    from htmlentitydefs import codepoint2name
elif platform.python_version_tuple()[0] == '3':
    from html.entities import codepoint2name
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codepoint2name[ord('-')] = 'hyphen';
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# add some custom names to map characters that aren't in HTML
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codepoint2name[ord(' ')] = 'space'
codepoint2name[ord('\'')] = 'squot'
codepoint2name[ord(',')] = 'comma'
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codepoint2name[ord('.')] = 'dot'
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codepoint2name[ord(':')] = 'colon'
codepoint2name[ord('/')] = 'slash'
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codepoint2name[ord('%')] = 'percent'
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codepoint2name[ord('#')] = 'hash'
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codepoint2name[ord('(')] = 'paren_open'
codepoint2name[ord(')')] = 'paren_close'
codepoint2name[ord('[')] = 'bracket_open'
codepoint2name[ord(']')] = 'bracket_close'
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codepoint2name[ord('{')] = 'brace_open'
codepoint2name[ord('}')] = 'brace_close'
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codepoint2name[ord('*')] = 'star'
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codepoint2name[ord('!')] = 'bang'
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# this must match the equivalent function in qstr.c
def compute_hash(qstr):
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    hash = 5381
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    for char in qstr:
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        hash = (hash * 33) ^ ord(char)
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    # Make sure that valid hash is never zero, zero means "hash not computed"
    return (hash & 0xffff) or 1
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def do_work(infiles):
    # read the qstrs in from the input files
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    qcfgs = {}
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    qstrs = {}
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    for infile in infiles:
        with open(infile, 'rt') as f:
            for line in f:
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                line = line.strip()

                # is this a config line?
                match = re.match(r'^QCFG\((.+), (.+)\)', line)
                if match:
                    value = match.group(2)
                    if value[0] == '(' and value[-1] == ')':
                        # strip parenthesis from config value
                        value = value[1:-1]
                    qcfgs[match.group(1)] = value
                    continue

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                # is this a QSTR line?
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                match = re.match(r'^Q\((.*)\)$', line)
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                if not match:
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                    continue
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                # get the qstr value
                qstr = match.group(1)
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                ident = re.sub(r'[^A-Za-z0-9_]', lambda s: "_" + codepoint2name[ord(s.group(0))] + "_", qstr)
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                # don't add duplicates
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                if ident in qstrs:
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                    continue

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                # add the qstr to the list, with order number to retain original order in file
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                qstrs[ident] = (len(qstrs), ident, qstr)
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    # get config variables
    cfg_bytes_len = int(qcfgs['BYTES_IN_LEN'])
    cfg_max_len = 1 << (8 * cfg_bytes_len)

    # print out the starte of the generated C header file
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    print('// This file was automatically generated by makeqstrdata.py')
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    print('')
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    # add NULL qstr with no hash or data
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    print('QDEF(MP_QSTR_NULL, (const byte*)"\\x00\\x00%s" "")' % ('\\x00' * cfg_bytes_len))

    # go through each qstr and print it out
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    for order, ident, qstr in sorted(qstrs.values(), key=lambda x: x[0]):
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        qhash = compute_hash(qstr)
        qlen = len(qstr)
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        qdata = qstr.replace('"', '\\"')
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        if qlen >= cfg_max_len:
            print('qstr is too long:', qstr)
            assert False
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        qlen_str = ('\\x%02x' * cfg_bytes_len) % tuple(((qlen >> (8 * i)) & 0xff) for i in range(cfg_bytes_len))
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        print('QDEF(MP_QSTR_%s, (const byte*)"\\x%02x\\x%02x%s" "%s")' % (ident, qhash & 0xff, (qhash >> 8) & 0xff, qlen_str, qdata))
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    return True

def main():
    arg_parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Process raw qstr file and output qstr data with length, hash and data bytes')
    arg_parser.add_argument('files', nargs='+', help='input file(s)')
    args = arg_parser.parse_args()

    result = do_work(args.files)
    if not result:
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        print('exiting with error code', file=sys.stderr)
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        exit(1)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()