Source code for robot.variables.replacer

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from robot.errors import DataError, VariableError
from robot.output import librarylogger as logger
from robot.utils import (escape, is_dict_like, is_list_like, type_name,
                         unescape, unic)

from .search import VariableMatch, search_variable

[docs]class VariableReplacer(object): def __init__(self, variables): self._variables = variables
[docs] def replace_list(self, items, replace_until=None, ignore_errors=False): """Replaces variables from a list of items. If an item in a list is a @{list} variable its value is returned. Possible variables from other items are replaced using 'replace_scalar'. Result is always a list. 'replace_until' can be used to limit replacing arguments to certain index from the beginning. Used with Run Keyword variants that only want to resolve some of the arguments in the beginning and pass others to called keywords unmodified. """ items = list(items or []) if replace_until is not None: return self._replace_list_until(items, replace_until, ignore_errors) return list(self._replace_list(items, ignore_errors))
def _replace_list_until(self, items, replace_until, ignore_errors): # @{list} variables can contain more or less arguments than needed. # Therefore we need to go through items one by one, and escape possible # extra items we got. replaced = [] while len(replaced) < replace_until and items: replaced.extend(self._replace_list([items.pop(0)], ignore_errors)) if len(replaced) > replace_until: replaced[replace_until:] = [escape(item) for item in replaced[replace_until:]] return replaced + items def _replace_list(self, items, ignore_errors): for item in items: for value in self._replace_list_item(item, ignore_errors): yield value def _replace_list_item(self, item, ignore_errors): match = search_variable(item, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) if not match: return [unescape(match.string)] value = self.replace_scalar(match, ignore_errors) if match.is_list_variable() and is_list_like(value): return value return [value]
[docs] def replace_scalar(self, item, ignore_errors=False): """Replaces variables from a scalar item. If the item is not a string it is returned as is. If it is a variable, its value is returned. Otherwise possible variables are replaced with 'replace_string'. Result may be any object. """ match = self._search_variable(item, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) if not match: return unescape(match.string) return self._replace_scalar(match, ignore_errors)
def _search_variable(self, item, ignore_errors): if isinstance(item, VariableMatch): return item return search_variable(item, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) def _replace_scalar(self, match, ignore_errors=False): if not match.is_variable(): return self.replace_string(match, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) return self._get_variable_value(match, ignore_errors)
[docs] def replace_string(self, item, custom_unescaper=None, ignore_errors=False): """Replaces variables from a string. Result is always a string. Input can also be an already found VariableMatch. """ unescaper = custom_unescaper or unescape match = self._search_variable(item, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) if not match: return unic(unescaper(match.string)) return self._replace_string(match, unescaper, ignore_errors)
def _replace_string(self, match, unescaper, ignore_errors): parts = [] while match: parts.extend([ unescaper(match.before), unic(self._get_variable_value(match, ignore_errors)) ]) match = search_variable(match.after, ignore_errors=ignore_errors) parts.append(unescaper(match.string)) return ''.join(parts) def _get_variable_value(self, match, ignore_errors): match.resolve_base(self, ignore_errors) # TODO: Do we anymore need to reserve `*{var}` syntax for anything? if match.identifier == '*': logger.warn(r"Syntax '%s' is reserved for future use. Please " r"escape it like '\%s'." % (match, match)) return unic(match) try: value = self._variables[match] if match.items: value = self._get_variable_item(match, value) except DataError: if not ignore_errors: raise value = unescape(match.match) return value def _get_variable_item(self, match, value): name = if match.identifier in '@&': var = '%s[%s]' % (name, match.items[0]) logger.warn("Accessing variable items using '%s' syntax " "is deprecated. Use '$%s' instead." % (var, var[1:])) for item in match.items: if is_dict_like(value): value = self._get_dict_variable_item(name, value, item) elif hasattr(value, '__getitem__'): value = self._get_sequence_variable_item(name, value, item) else: raise VariableError( "Variable '%s' is %s, which is not subscriptable, and " "thus accessing item '%s' from it is not possible. To use " "'[%s]' as a literal value, it needs to be escaped like " "'\\[%s]'." % (name, type_name(value), item, item, item) ) name = '%s[%s]' % (name, item) return value def _get_sequence_variable_item(self, name, variable, index): index = self.replace_string(index) try: index = self._parse_sequence_variable_index(index, name[0] == '$') except ValueError: raise VariableError("%s '%s' used with invalid index '%s'. " "To use '[%s]' as a literal value, it needs " "to be escaped like '\\[%s]'." % (type_name(variable, capitalize=True), name, index, index, index)) try: return variable[index] except IndexError: raise VariableError("%s '%s' has no item in index %d." % (type_name(variable, capitalize=True), name, index)) def _parse_sequence_variable_index(self, index, support_slice=True): if ':' not in index: return int(index) if index.count(':') > 2 or not support_slice: raise ValueError return slice(*[int(i) if i else None for i in index.split(':')]) def _get_dict_variable_item(self, name, variable, key): key = self.replace_scalar(key) try: return variable[key] except KeyError: raise VariableError("Dictionary '%s' has no key '%s'." % (name, key)) except TypeError as err: raise VariableError("Dictionary '%s' used with invalid key: %s" % (name, err))