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#!/usr/bin/env python
Tools to parse data files from the Unicode Character Database.
from __future__ import print_function, absolute_import, division
from __future__ import unicode_literals
from urllib.request import urlopen
except ImportError:
from urllib2 import urlopen
from contextlib import closing, contextmanager
import re
from codecs import iterdecode
import logging
import os
from io import open
from os.path import abspath, dirname, join as pjoin, pardir, sep
try: # pragma: no cover
except NameError:
unicode = str
# by default save output files to ../Lib/fontTools/unicodedata/
UNIDATA_PATH = pjoin(abspath(dirname(__file__)), pardir,
"Lib", "fontTools", "unicodedata") + sep
SRC_ENCODING = "# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-\n"
NOTICE = "# NOTE: This file was auto-generated with MetaTools/\n"
log = logging.getLogger()
def open_unidata_file(filename):
"""Open a text file from"""
url = UNIDATA_URL + filename
with closing(urlopen(url)) as response:
yield iterdecode(response, encoding="utf-8")
def parse_unidata_header(infile):
"""Read the top header of data files, until the first line
that does not start with '#'.
header = []
line = next(infile)
while line.startswith("#"):
line = next(infile)
return "".join(header)
def parse_range_properties(infile, default=None, is_set=False):
"""Parse a Unicode data file containing a column with one character or
a range of characters, and another column containing a property value
separated by a semicolon. Comments after '#' are ignored.
If the ranges defined in the data file are not continuous, assign the
'default' property to the unassigned codepoints.
Return a list of (start, end, property_name) tuples.
ranges = []
line_regex = re.compile(
r"([0-9A-F]{4,6})" # first character code
r"(?:\.\.([0-9A-F]{4,6}))?" # optional second character code
r"([^#]+)") # everything up to the potential comment
for line in infile:
match = line_regex.match(line)
if not match:
first, last, data = match.groups()
if last is None:
last = first
first = int(first, 16)
last = int(last, 16)
data = str(data.rstrip())
ranges.append((first, last, data))
if isinstance(default, unicode):
default = str(default)
# fill the gaps between explicitly defined ranges
last_start, last_end = -1, -1
full_ranges = []
for start, end, value in ranges:
assert last_end < start
assert start <= end
if start - last_end > 1:
full_ranges.append((last_end+1, start-1, default))
if is_set:
value = set(value.split())
full_ranges.append((start, end, value))
last_start, last_end = start, end
if last_end != MAX_UNICODE:
full_ranges.append((last_end+1, MAX_UNICODE, default))
# reduce total number of ranges by combining continuous ones
last_start, last_end, last_value = full_ranges.pop(0)
merged_ranges = []
for start, end, value in full_ranges:
if value == last_value:
merged_ranges.append((last_start, start-1, last_value))
last_start, line_end, last_value = start, end, value
merged_ranges.append((last_start, MAX_UNICODE, last_value))
# make sure that the ranges cover the full unicode repertoire
assert merged_ranges[0][0] == 0
for (cs, ce, cv), (ns, ne, nv) in zip(merged_ranges, merged_ranges[1:]):
assert ce+1 == ns
assert merged_ranges[-1][1] == MAX_UNICODE
return merged_ranges
def parse_semicolon_separated_data(infile):
"""Parse a Unicode data file where each line contains a lists of values
separated by a semicolon (e.g. "PropertyValueAliases.txt").
The number of the values on different lines may be different.
Returns a list of lists each containing the values as strings.
data = []
for line in infile:
line = line.split('#', 1)[0].strip() # remove the comment
if not line:
fields = [str(field.strip()) for field in line.split(';')]
return data
def _set_repr(value):
return 'None' if value is None else "{{{}}}".format(
", ".join(repr(v) for v in sorted(value)))
def build_ranges(filename, local_ucd=None, output_path=None,
default=None, is_set=False, aliases=None):
"""Fetch 'filename' UCD data file from Unicode official website, parse
the property ranges and values and write them as two Python lists
to 'fontTools.unicodedata.<filename>.py'.
'aliases' is an optional mapping of property codes (short names) to long
name aliases (list of strings, with the first item being the preferred
alias). When this is provided, the property values are written using the
short notation, and an additional 'NAMES' dict with the aliases is
written to the output module.
To load the data file from a local directory, you can use the
'local_ucd' argument.
modname = os.path.splitext(filename)[0] + ".py"
if not output_path:
output_path = UNIDATA_PATH + modname
if local_ucd:"loading '%s' from local directory '%s'", filename, local_ucd)
cm = open(pjoin(local_ucd, filename), "r", encoding="utf-8")
else:"downloading '%s' from '%s'", filename, UNIDATA_URL)
cm = open_unidata_file(filename)
with cm as f:
header = parse_unidata_header(f)
ranges = parse_range_properties(f, default=default, is_set=is_set)
if aliases:
reversed_aliases = {normalize(v[0]): k for k, v in aliases.items()}
max_value_length = 6 # 4-letter tags plus two quotes for repr
max_value_length = min(56, max(len(repr(v)) for _, _, v in ranges))
with open(output_path, "w", encoding="utf-8") as f:
f.write("# Source: {}{}\n".format(UNIDATA_URL, filename))
f.write("# License: {}\n".format(UNIDATA_LICENSE_URL))
f.write("RANGES = [\n")
for first, last, value in ranges:
f.write(" 0x{:0>4X}, # .. 0x{:0>4X} ; {}\n".format(
first, last, _set_repr(value) if is_set else value))
f.write("VALUES = [\n")
for first, last, value in ranges:
comment = "# {:0>4X}..{:0>4X}".format(first, last)
if is_set:
value_repr = "{},".format(_set_repr(value))
if aliases:
# append long name to comment and use the short code
comment += " ; {}".format(value)
value = reversed_aliases[normalize(value)]
value_repr = "{!r},".format(value)
f.write(" {} {}\n".format(
value_repr.ljust(max_value_length+1), comment))
if aliases:
f.write("NAMES = {\n")
for value, names in sorted(aliases.items()):
# we only write the first preferred alias
f.write(" {!r}: {!r},\n".format(value, names[0]))
f.write("}\n")"saved new file: '%s'", os.path.normpath(output_path))
_normalize_re = re.compile(r"[-_ ]+")
def normalize(string):
"""Remove case, strip space, '-' and '_' for loose matching."""
return _normalize_re.sub("", string).lower()
def parse_property_value_aliases(property_tag, local_ucd=None):
"""Fetch the current 'PropertyValueAliases.txt' from the Unicode website,
parse the values for the specified 'property_tag' and return a dictionary
of name aliases (list of strings) keyed by short value codes (strings).
To load the data file from a local directory, you can use the
'local_ucd' argument.
filename = "PropertyValueAliases.txt"
if local_ucd:"loading '%s' from local directory '%s'", filename, local_ucd)
cm = open(pjoin(local_ucd, filename), "r", encoding="utf-8")
else:"downloading '%s' from '%s'", filename, UNIDATA_URL)
cm = open_unidata_file(filename)
with cm as f:
header = parse_unidata_header(f)
data = parse_semicolon_separated_data(f)
aliases = {item[1]: item[2:] for item in data
if item[0] == property_tag}
return aliases
def main():
import argparse
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
description="Generate fontTools.unicodedata from UCD data files")
'--ucd-path', help="Path to local folder containing UCD data files")
parser.add_argument('-q', '--quiet', action="store_true")
options = parser.parse_args()
level = "WARNING" if options.quiet else "INFO"
logging.basicConfig(level=level, format="%(message)s")
build_ranges("Blocks.txt", local_ucd=options.ucd_path, default="No_Block")
script_aliases = parse_property_value_aliases("sc", options.ucd_path)
build_ranges("Scripts.txt", local_ucd=options.ucd_path, default="Unknown",
build_ranges("ScriptExtensions.txt", local_ucd=options.ucd_path,
if __name__ == "__main__":
import sys