Source code for robot.writer.formatters

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import re

from .aligners import FirstColumnAligner, ColumnAligner, NullAligner
from .dataextractor import DataExtractor
from .rowsplitter import RowSplitter

class _DataFileFormatter(object):
    _whitespace = re.compile('\s{2,}')
    _split_multiline_doc = True

    def __init__(self, column_count):
        self._splitter = RowSplitter(column_count, self._split_multiline_doc)
        self._column_count = column_count
        self._extractor = DataExtractor(self._want_names_on_first_content_row)

    def _want_names_on_first_content_row(self, table, name):
        return True

    def empty_row_after(self, table):
        return self._format_row([], table)

    def format_header(self, table):
        header = self._format_row(table.header)
        return self._format_header(header, table)

    def format_table(self, table):
        rows = self._extractor.rows_from_table(table)
        if self._should_split_rows(table):
            rows = self._split_rows(rows, table)
        return (self._format_row(r, table) for r in rows)

    def _should_split_rows(self, table):
        return not self._should_align_columns(table)

    def _split_rows(self, original_rows, table):
        for original in original_rows:
            for split in self._splitter.split(original, table.type):
                yield split

    def _should_align_columns(self, table):
        return self._is_indented_table(table) and bool(table.header[1:])

    def _is_indented_table(self, table):
        return table is not None and table.type in ['test case', 'keyword']

    def _escape_consecutive_whitespace(self, row):
        return [self._whitespace.sub(self._whitespace_escaper,
                                     cell.replace('\n', ' ')) for cell in row]

    def _whitespace_escaper(self, match):
        return '\\'.join(

    def _format_row(self, row, table=None):
        raise NotImplementedError

    def _format_header(self, header, table):
        raise NotImplementedError

[docs]class TsvFormatter(_DataFileFormatter): def _format_header(self, header, table): return [self._format_header_cell(cell) for cell in header] def _format_header_cell(self, cell): return '*%s*' % cell if cell else '' def _format_row(self, row, table=None): return self._pad(self._escape(row)) def _escape(self, row): return self._escape_consecutive_whitespace(self._escape_tabs(row)) def _escape_tabs(self, row): return [c.replace('\t', '\\t') for c in row] def _pad(self, row): row = [cell.replace('\n', ' ') for cell in row] return row + [''] * (self._column_count - len(row))
[docs]class TxtFormatter(_DataFileFormatter): _test_or_keyword_name_width = 18 _setting_and_variable_name_width = 14 def _format_row(self, row, table=None): row = self._escape(row) aligner = self._aligner_for(table) return aligner.align_row(row) def _aligner_for(self, table): if table and table.type in ['setting', 'variable']: return FirstColumnAligner(self._setting_and_variable_name_width) if self._should_align_columns(table): return ColumnAligner(self._test_or_keyword_name_width, table) return NullAligner() def _format_header(self, header, table): header = ['*** %s ***' % header[0]] + header[1:] aligner = self._aligner_for(table) return aligner.align_row(header) def _want_names_on_first_content_row(self, table, name): return self._should_align_columns(table) and \ len(name) <= self._test_or_keyword_name_width def _escape(self, row): if not row: return row return self._escape_cells(self._escape_consecutive_whitespace(row)) def _escape_cells(self, row): return [row[0]] + [self._escape_empty(cell) for cell in row[1:]] def _escape_empty(self, cell): return cell or '\\'
[docs]class PipeFormatter(TxtFormatter): def _escape_cells(self, row): return [self._escape_empty(self._escape_pipes(cell)) for cell in row] def _escape_empty(self, cell): return cell or ' ' def _escape_pipes(self, cell): if ' | ' in cell: cell = cell.replace(' | ', ' \\| ') if cell.startswith('| '): cell = '\\' + cell if cell.endswith(' |'): cell = cell[:-1] + '\\|' return cell