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xmlutils.py

# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
"""
Some common declarations for the xmlproc system gathered in one file.
"""

# $Id: xmlutils.py,v 1.34 2002/09/13 15:37:17 fdrake Exp $

import string,re,urlparse,os,sys,types

import xmlapp,charconv,errors

try:
    StringTypes = [types.StringType, types.UnicodeType]
except AttributeError:
    StringTypes = [types.StringType]

try:
    import codecs
    def mkconverter(parser,src,dest):
        if src == dest:
            return lambda s:s
        try:
            enc = src
            decoder = codecs.lookup(src)[1]
            # If the target is Unicode, we need no encoder
            if dest is None:
                # the decoder returns a string,length tuple,
                # we only need the string
                return lambda c,d = decoder:(d(c)[0])
            enc = dest
            encoder = codecs.lookup(dest)[0]
            return lambda c,d=decoder,e=encoder:e(d(c)[0])[0]
        except LookupError:
            parser.report_error(1002,enc)
            return lambda s:s
    _interned = {}
    def string_intern(x):
        if type(x) == types.StringType:
            return intern(x)
        return _interned.setdefault(x,x)
    using_unicode = 1
    xml_chr = unichr
    BOM = unicode("\xfe\xff","utf-16-be")
except ImportError:
    def mkconverter(parser,src,dest):
        if dest == None:
            dest = "utf-8"
        if charconv.convdb.can_convert(src,dest):
            return charconv.convdb.get_converter(src,dest)
        else:
            parser.report_error(1002,src)
            return lambda s:s
    string_intern = intern
    using_unicode = 0
    xml_chr = chr
    # FIXME: support BOM detection in multibyte mode
    BOM = None

# Standard exceptions

00061 class OutOfDataException(Exception):
    """An exception that signals that more data is expected, but the current
    buffer has been exhausted."""
    pass

# ==============================
# The general entity parser
# ==============================

00070 class EntityParser:
    """A generalized parser for XML entities, whether DTD, documents or even
    catalog files."""

    def __init__(self):
        # --- Creating support objects
        self.err=xmlapp.ErrorHandler(self)
        self.ent=xmlapp.EntityHandler(self.err)
        self.isf=xmlapp.InputSourceFactory()
        self.pubres=xmlapp.PubIdResolver()
        self.data_charset=None
        # the default charset in XML is UTF-8
        self.input_encoding = None           # not determined, yet
        self.charset_converter = None
        self.err_lang="en"
        self.errors=errors.get_error_list(self.err_lang)

        self.reset()

00089     def set_error_language(self,language):
        """Sets the language in which errors are reported. (ISO 3166 codes.)
        Throws a KeyError if the language is not supported."""
        self.errors=errors.get_error_list(string.lower(language))
        self.err_lang=string.lower(language) # only set if supported

    def set_error_handler(self,err):
        "Sets the object to send error events to."
        self.err=err

    def set_pubid_resolver(self,pubres):
        self.pubres=pubres

    def set_entity_handler(self,ent):
        "Sets the object that resolves entity references."
        self.ent=ent

    def set_inputsource_factory(self,isf):
        "Sets the object factory used to create input sources from sysids."
        self.isf=isf

00110     def set_data_charset(self,charset):
        """Tells the parser which character encoding to use when reporting data
        to applications. The default is None, which means to return Unicode
        string if supported and UTF-8 otherwise."""
        self.data_charset=charset

00116     def parse_resource(self, sysID, bufsize = 16384):
        """Begin parsing an XML entity with the specified system
        identifier.  Only used for the document entity, not to handle
        subentities, which open_entity takes care of."""

        self.current_sysID = sysID
        try:
            infile = self.isf.create_input_source(sysID)
        except (IOError, OSError):
            self.report_error(3000, sysID)
            return

        self.read_from(infile,bufsize)
        infile.close()
        self.close()

00132     def parse_string(self, doc, sysid = None, pubid = None):
        """Parse an XML document from the doc string."""

        if sysid:
            self.current_sysID = sysid
        # FIXME: pubid!

        self.feed(doc)
        self.close()

00142     def open_entity(self, sys_id, name = "None"):
        """Starts parsing a new entity, pushing the old onto the stack. This
        method must not be used to start parsing, use parse_resource for
        that. Note that sys_id must be absolute."""

        try:
            inf = self.isf.create_input_source(sys_id)
        except (IOError, OSError):
            self.report_error(3000, sys_id)
            return

        self._push_ent_stack(name)
        self.current_sysID = sys_id
        self.pos = 0
        self.line = 1
        self.last_break = 0
        self.data = ""
        self.encoded_data = ""
        self.input_encoding = None
        self.charset_converter = None
        tmp = self.seen_xmldecl
        self.seen_xmldecl = 0 # Avoid complaints

        # XXX Should not need to read the whole thing in, but doing so
        # fixes PyXML SF bug #608453.  There should be a better fix.
        self.read_from(inf, -1)

        self.seen_xmldecl = tmp
        self.flush()
        self.pop_entity()

00173     def push_entity(self,sysID,contents,name="None"):
        """Parse some text and consider it a new entity, making it possible
        to return to the original entity later."""
        self._push_ent_stack(name)
        self.data = contents
        self.encoded_data = ""
        self.current_sysID = sysID
        self.pos = 0
        self.line = 1
        self.last_break = 0
        self.datasize = len(contents)
        self.last_upd_pos = 0
        self.final = 1

    def pop_entity(self):
        "Skips out of the current entity and back to the previous one."
        if self.ent_stack==[]: self.report_error(4000)

        self._pop_ent_stack()

00193     def read_from(self,fileobj,bufsize=16384):
        """Reads data from a file-like object until EOF. Does not close it.
        **WARNING**: This method does not call the parseStart/parseEnd methods,
        since it does not know if it may be called several times. Use
        parse_resource if you just want to read a file."""
        while 1:
            buf=fileobj.read(bufsize)
            if buf=="": break

            try:
                self.feed(buf)
            except OutOfDataException:
                break

00207     def reset(self):
        """Resets the parser, losing all unprocessed data."""
        self.ent_stack=[]
        self.open_ents=[]  # Used to test for entity recursion
        self.current_sysID="Unknown"
        self.first_feed=1

        # Block information
        self.data=""
        self.encoded_data=""
        self.final=0
        self.datasize=0
        self.start_point=-1

        # Location tracking
        self.line=1
        self.last_break=0
        self.block_offset=0 # Offset from start of stream to start of cur block
        self.pos=0
        self.last_upd_pos=0

    def autodetect_encoding(self, new_data):
        if len(new_data)<5:
            # If this is a very short external entity, it may not
            # have enough bytes for auto-detection. In that case,
            # it must be UTF-8
            enc = "utf-8"
        elif new_data[:3] == '\xef\xbb\xbf':
            enc = "utf-8" # with BOM
        elif new_data[:4] == '\0\0\0\x3c':
            enc = "ucs-4-be"
        elif new_data[:4] == '\x3c\0\0\0':
            enc = "ucs-4-le"
        # ignore unusual byte orders 2143 and 3412
        elif new_data[:2] == '\xfe\xff':
            enc = "utf-16-be" # with BOM
        elif new_data[:2] == '\xff\xfe':
            enc = "utf-16-le" # with BOM
        elif new_data[:4] == '\0\x3c\0\x3f':
            enc = "utf-16-be"
        elif new_data[:4] == '\0\x3f\0\x3c':
            enc = "utf-16-be"
        elif new_data[:5] == '<?xml':
            # need to wait for encoding attribute, do not try
            # to apply a codec until then.
            self.charset_converter = lambda s:s
            return
        # ignore EBCDIC
        else:
            # Does not start with <?xml, so it must be UTF-8
            enc = "utf-8"
        self.input_encoding = enc
        self.charset_converter = mkconverter(self, enc, self.data_charset)

00261     def _handle_decoding_error(self, new_data, exc):
        """If there was an error decoding input data, there could be
        two reasons: the data could be genuinely incorrect, or the
        decoder could have run out of data. The latter case is very
        hard to determine in Python 2.0"""

        if str(exc) in ["UTF-8 decoding error: unexpected end of data",
                        "UTF-16 decoding error: truncated data"]:
            while 1:
                self.encoded_data = new_data[-1]+self.encoded_data
                new_data = new_data[:-1]
                try:
                    new_data = self.charset_converter(new_data)
                except UnicodeError:
                    continue
                return new_data
        else:
            self.report_error(3048, exc)
            # stop feeding any more data
            self.charset_converter = lambda s: ""
            return ""

00283     def feed(self, new_data, decoded = 0):
        """Accepts more data from the data source. This method must
        set self.datasize and correctly update self.pos and self.data.
        It also does character encoding translation. If decoded is true,
        the data are assumed to have been decoded into the data_charset
        already."""
        if not decoded and using_unicode and \
           type(new_data) == types.UnicodeType:
            decoded = 1

        first_feed = 0
        if self.first_feed:
            self.first_feed = 0
            first_feed = 1
            self.parseStart()

        new_data = new_data + self.encoded_data
        self.encoded_data = ""

        if not decoded and not self.charset_converter:
            self.autodetect_encoding(new_data)
            # If this returns with no auto-detected encoding, i.e.  if
            # we are in before an xml declaration, no encoding will be
            # set. However, the input encoding should be determined
            # after returning from do_parse, since parse_xml_decl
            # expects to see the entire xml decl at once.

        self.update_pos() # Update line/col count

        if not decoded:
            try:
                new_data = self.charset_converter(new_data)
                if first_feed and new_data[0] == BOM:
                    new_data = new_data[1:]
            except UnicodeError, e:
                new_data = self._handle_decoding_error(new_data, e)

        if self.start_point == -1:
            self.block_offset=self.block_offset+self.datasize
            self.data=self.data[self.pos:]
            self.last_break=self.last_break-self.pos  # Keep track of column
            self.pos=0
            self.last_upd_pos=0

        # Adding new data and doing line end normalization
        self.data=string.replace(self.data+new_data,
                                 "\015\012","\012")
        self.datasize=len(self.data)

        self.do_parse()

    def close(self):
        "Closes the parser, processing all remaining data. Calls parseEnd."
        self.flush()
        self.parseEnd()

    def parseStart(self):
        "Called before the parse starts to notify subclasses."
        pass

    def parseEnd(self):
        "Called when there are no more data to notify subclasses."
        pass

    def flush(self):
        "Parses any remnants of data in the last block."
        if self.encoded_data:
            try:
                new_data = self.charset_converter(self.encoded_data)
                self.data = self.data + new_data
                self.datasize = len(self.data)
            except UnicodeError,e:
                self.report_error(3048, e)
            self.encoded_data = ""
        if not self.pos+1==self.datasize:
            self.final=1
            pos=self.pos
            try:
                self.do_parse()
            except OutOfDataException:
                if pos!=self.pos:
                    self.report_error(3001)

    # --- GENERAL UTILITY

    # --- LOW-LEVEL SCANNING METHODS

00370     def set_start_point(self):
        """Stores the current position and tells the parser not to forget any
        of the data beyond this point until get_region is called."""
        self.start_point=self.pos

00375     def store_state(self):
        """Makes the parser remember where we are now, so we can go back
        later with restore_state."""
        self.set_start_point()
        self.old_state=(self.last_upd_pos,self.line,self.last_break)

00381     def restore_state(self):
        """Goes back to a state previously remembered with store_state."""
        self.pos=self.start_point
        self.start_point=-1
        (self.last_upd_pos,self.line,self.last_break)=self.old_state

00387     def get_region(self):
        """Returns the area from start_point to current position and remove
        start_point."""
        data=self.data[self.start_point:self.pos]
        self.start_point=-1
        return data

00394     def find_reg(self,regexp,required=1):
        """Moves self.pos to the first character that matches the regexp and
        returns everything from pos and up to (but not including) that
        character."""
        oldpos=self.pos
        mo=regexp.search(self.data,self.pos)
        if mo==None:
            if self.final and not required:
                self.pos=len(self.data)   # Just moved to the end
                return self.data[oldpos:]

            raise OutOfDataException()

        self.pos=mo.start(0)
        return self.data[oldpos:self.pos]

    def scan_to(self,target):
        "Moves self.pos to beyond target and returns skipped text."
        new_pos=string.find(self.data,target,self.pos)
        if new_pos==-1:
            raise OutOfDataException()
        res=self.data[self.pos:new_pos]
        self.pos=new_pos+len(target)
        return res

    def get_index(self,target):
        "Finds the position where target starts and returns it."
        new_pos=string.find(self.data,target,self.pos)
        if new_pos==-1:
            raise OutOfDataException()
        return new_pos

    def test_str(self,test_str):
        "See if text at current position matches test_str, without moving."
        if self.datasize-self.pos<len(test_str) and not self.final:
            raise OutOfDataException()
        return self.data[self.pos:self.pos+len(test_str)]==test_str

    def now_at(self,test_str):
        "Checks if we are at this string now, and if so skips over it."
        pos=self.pos
        if self.datasize-pos<len(test_str) and not self.final:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        if self.data[pos:pos+len(test_str)]==test_str:
            self.pos=self.pos+len(test_str)
            return 1
        else:
            return 0

    def skip_ws(self,necessary=0):
        "Skips over any whitespace at this point."
        match = reg_ws.match(self.data,self.pos)
        if not match:
            if necessary:
                self.report_error(3002)
            return
        if match.end() == self.datasize:
            raise OutOfDataException()
        self.pos = match.end()

    def test_reg(self,regexp):
        "Checks if we match the regexp."
        if self.pos>self.datasize-5 and not self.final:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        return regexp.match(self.data,self.pos)!=None

    def get_match(self,regexp):
        "Returns the result of matching the regexp and advances self.pos."
        if self.pos>self.datasize-5 and not self.final:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        ent=regexp.match(self.data,self.pos)
        if ent==None:
            self.report_error(reg2code[regexp.pattern])
            return ""

        end=ent.end(0) # Speeds us up slightly
        if end==self.datasize:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        self.pos=end
        return ent.group(0)

    def update_pos(self):
        "Updates (line,col)-pos by checking processed blocks."
        breaks=string.count(self.data,"\n",self.last_upd_pos,self.pos)
        self.last_upd_pos=self.pos

        if breaks>0:
            self.line=self.line+breaks
            self.last_break=string.rfind(self.data,"\n",0,self.pos)

    def get_wrapped_match(self,wraps):
        "Returns a contained match. Useful for regexps inside quotes."
        found=0
        for (wrap,regexp) in wraps:
            if self.test_str(wrap):
                found=1
                self.pos=self.pos+len(wrap)
                break

        if not found:
            msg=""
            for (wrap,regexp) in wraps[:-1]:
                msg="%s'%s', " % (msg,wrap)
            self.report_error(3004,(msg[:-2],wraps[-1][0]))

        data=self.get_match(regexp)
        if not self.now_at(wrap):
            self.report_error(3005,wrap)

        return data

    #--- ERROR HANDLING

    def report_error(self,number,args=None):
        try:
            msg = self.errors[number]
            if args != None:
                msg = msg % args
        except KeyError:
            msg = self.errors[4002] % number # Unknown err msg :-)

        if number < 2000:
            self.err.warning(msg)
        elif number < 3000:
            self.err.error(msg)
        else:
            self.err.fatal(msg)

    #--- USEFUL METHODS

    def get_current_sysid(self):
        "Returns the sysid of the file we are reading now."
        return self.current_sysID

    def set_sysid(self,sysID):
        "Sets the current system identifier. Does not store the old one."
        self.current_sysID = sysID

    def get_offset(self):
        "Returns the current offset from the start of the stream."
        return self.block_offset+self.pos

    def get_line(self):
        "Returns the current line number."
        self.update_pos()
        return self.line

    def get_column(self):
        "Returns the current column position."
        self.update_pos()
        return self.pos-self.last_break

    def is_root_entity(self):
        "Returns true if the current entity is the root entity."
        return self.ent_stack==[]

00554     def is_external(self):
        """Returns true if the current entity is an external entity. The root
        (or document) entity is not considered external."""
        return self.ent_stack!=[] and \
               self.ent_stack[0][0]!=self.get_current_sysid()

    # --- Internal methods

    def _push_ent_stack(self,name="None"):
        self.ent_stack.append((self.get_current_sysid(),self.data,self.pos,\
                               self.line,self.last_break,self.datasize,\
                               self.last_upd_pos,self.block_offset,self.final,
                               self.input_encoding,self.charset_converter,
                               name))

    def _pop_ent_stack(self):
        (self.current_sysID, self.data, self.pos, self.line, self.last_break, \
         self.datasize, self.last_upd_pos, self.block_offset, self.final, \
         self.input_encoding, self.charset_converter, dummy) = \
             self.ent_stack[-1]
        del self.ent_stack[-1]

# ==============================
# Common code for some parsers
# ==============================

class XMLCommonParser(EntityParser):

    def parse_external_id(self,required=0,sysidreq=1):
        """Parses an external ID declaration and returns a tuple consisting
        of (pubid,sysid). If the required attribute is false neither SYSTEM
        nor PUBLIC identifiers are required. If sysidreq is false a SYSTEM
        identifier is not required after a PUBLIC one."""

        pub_id=None
        sys_id=None

        if self.now_at("SYSTEM"):
            self.skip_ws(1)
            sys_id=self.get_wrapped_match([("\"",reg_sysid_quote),\
                           ("'",reg_sysid_apo)])
        elif self.now_at("PUBLIC"):
            self.skip_ws(1)
            pub_id=self.get_wrapped_match([("\"",reg_pubid_quote),\
                           ("'",reg_pubid_apo)])
            pub_id=string.join(string.split(pub_id))

            if sysidreq:
                self.skip_ws(1)
                sys_id=self.get_wrapped_match([("\"",reg_sysid_quote),\
                                                   ("'",reg_sysid_apo)])
            else:
                if self.test_str("'") or self.test_str('"'):
                    self.report_error(3002)
                self.skip_ws()
                if self.test_str("'") or self.test_str('"'):
                    sys_id=self.get_wrapped_match([("\"",reg_sysid_quote),\
                                                   ("'",reg_sysid_apo)])
        else:
            if required: self.report_error(3006)

        return (pub_id,sys_id)

    def __get_quoted_string(self):
        "Returns the contents of a quoted string at current position."
        try:
            quo=self.data[self.pos]
        except IndexError:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        if not (self.now_at('"') or self.now_at("'")):
            self.report_error(3004,("'\"'","'"))
            self.scan_to(">")
            return ""

        return self.scan_to(quo)

    def parse_xml_decl(self,handler=None):
        "Parses the contents of the XML declaration from after the '<?xml'."

        textdecl=self.is_external() # If this is an external entity, then this
                                    # is a text declaration, not an XML decl

        self.update_pos()
        if self.get_column()!=5 or self.get_line()!=1 or \
           (self.ent_stack!=[] and not textdecl):
            if textdecl:
                self.report_error(3007)
            else:
                self.report_error(3008)

        if self.seen_xmldecl: # Set in parse_pi, to avoid block problems
            if textdecl:
                self.report_error(3009)
            else:
                self.report_error(3010)

        enc = None

        sddecl = None
        ver = None
        self.skip_ws()

        if self.now_at("version"):
            self.skip_ws()
            if not self.now_at("="): self.report_error(3005,"=")
            self.skip_ws()
            ver=self.__get_quoted_string()

            m=reg_ver.match(ver)
            if m==None or m.end()!=len(ver):
                self.report_error(3901,ver)
            elif ver!="1.0":
                self.report_error(3046)

            if self.test_str("encoding") or self.test_str("standalone"):
                self.report_error(3002)
            self.skip_ws()
        elif not textdecl:
            self.report_error(3011)

        if self.now_at("encoding"):
            self.skip_ws()
            if not self.now_at("="): self.report_error(3005,"=")
            self.skip_ws()
            enc=self.__get_quoted_string()
            if reg_enc_name.match(enc)==None:
                self.report_error(3902)
            enc = string.lower(enc)
            if self.input_encoding and self.input_encoding!=enc:
                self.report_error(3047, enc)

            self.skip_ws()

        if self.now_at("standalone"):
            if textdecl:
                self.report_error(3012)
                sddecl="yes"
            else:
                self.skip_ws()
                if not self.now_at("="): self.report_error(3005,"=")
                self.skip_ws()
                sddecl=self.__get_quoted_string()
                if reg_std_alone.match(sddecl)==None:
                    self.report_error(3911)

                self.standalone= sddecl=="yes"

                self.skip_ws()

        self.skip_ws()

        if not self.input_encoding:
            # enc gets reported to the application, so don't mess with it.
            enc1 = enc
            if not enc:
                # If no higher-level input encoding is specified, the
                # default is UTF-8
                enc1 = "utf-8"

            # Setting up correct conversion
            self.charset_converter = mkconverter(self, enc1, self.data_charset)

            # convert the rest of the data according to the encoding
            # so far, we should have only seen proper ASCII
            # characters, so the position should not have changed due
            # to the recoding.
            try:
                self.data = self.charset_converter(self.data)
            except UnicodeError, e:
                self._handle_decoding_error(self.data, e)
            self.input_encoding = enc1

        if handler!=None:
            handler.set_entity_info(ver,enc,sddecl)

    def parse_pi(self,handler,report_xml_decl=0):
        """Parses a processing instruction from after the '<?' to beyond
        the '?>'."""
        trgt=self._get_name()

        if trgt=="xml":
            if report_xml_decl:
                self.parse_xml_decl(handler)
            else:
                self.parse_xml_decl()

            if not self.now_at("?>"):
                self.report_error(3005,"?>")
            self.seen_xmldecl=1
        else:
            if self.now_at("?>"):
                rem=""
            else:
                self.skip_ws(1)
                rem=self.scan_to("?>") # OutOfDataException if not found

            if reg_res_pi.match(trgt)!=None:
                if trgt=="xml:namespace":
                    self.report_error(1003)
                elif trgt!="xml-stylesheet":
                    self.report_error(3045)

            handler.handle_pi(trgt,rem)

    def parse_comment(self,handler):
        "Parses the comment from after '<!--' to beyond '-->'."
        new_pos = self.get_index("--")
        handler.handle_comment(self.data[self.pos : new_pos])
        self.pos = new_pos
        if not self.now_at("-->"):
            self.report_error(3005,"-->")

    def _read_char_ref(self):
        "Parses a character reference and returns the character."
        if self.now_at("x"):
            digs=unhex(self.get_match(reg_hex_digits))
        else:
            digs=int(self.get_match(reg_digits))

        if not (digs==9 or digs==10 or digs==13 or \
                (digs>=32 and digs<=255)):
            if digs>255:
                # XXX check for surrogate references
                if using_unicode and digs<65536:
                    self.app.handle_data(xml_chr(digs),0,1)
                else:
                    self.report_error(1005,digs)
            else:
                self.report_error(3018,digs)
            return ""
        else:
            return xml_chr(digs)

    def _get_name(self):
        """Parses the name at the current position and returns it. An error
        is reported if no name is present."""
        if self.pos>self.datasize-5 and not self.final:
            raise OutOfDataException()

        match = reg_name.match(self.data,self.pos)
        if match:
            self.pos = match.end()
            if match.end()==self.datasize and not self.final:
                raise OutOfDataException()
            return string_intern(match.group())
        else:
            self.report_error(3900)
            return ""

# --- A collection of useful functions

# Utility functions

def unhex(hex_value):
    "Converts a string hex-value to an integer."

    sum=0
    for char in hex_value:
        sum=sum*16
        char=ord(char)

        if char<58 and char>=48:
            sum=sum+(char-48)
        elif char>=97 and char<=102:
            sum=sum+(char-87)
        elif char>=65 and char<=70:
            sum=sum+(char-55)
    # else ERROR, but it can't occur here

    return sum

def matches(regexp,str):
    mo=regexp.match(str)
    return mo!=None and len(mo.group(0))==len(str)

def join_sysids_general(base, url):
    "Resolves a URL relative to a base URL. The base can be None."
    if urlparse.urlparse(url)[0] != "":
        return url
    elif urlparse.urlparse(base)[0] == "":
        if urlparse.urlparse(url)[0] == "":
            return os.path.join(os.path.split(base)[0], url)
        else:
            return url
    else:
        return urlparse.urljoin(base, url)

def join_sysids_win32(base, url):
    "Resolves a URL relative to a base URL. The base can be None."
    if urlparse.urlparse(url)[0] != "":
        return url
    elif len(urlparse.urlparse(base)[0])<2: # Handles drive identifiers correctly
        if len(urlparse.urlparse(url)[0])<2:
            return os.path.join(os.path.split(base)[0],url)
        else:
            return url
    else:
        return urlparse.urljoin(base,url)

# here join_sysids(base,url): is set to the correct function

if sys.platform == "win32":
    join_sysids = join_sysids_win32
else:
    join_sysids = join_sysids_general

# --- Some useful regexps

if using_unicode:
    _re_flags = re.UNICODE
else:
    _re_flags = 0
    namestart = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz_:" + \
               ""
    namechars = namestart + "0123456789.-"
whitespace = "\n\t \r"

reg_ws=re.compile("[\n\t \r]+",_re_flags)
reg_ver=re.compile("[-a-zA-Z0-9_.:]+",_re_flags)
reg_enc_name=re.compile("[A-Za-z][-A-Za-z0-9._]*")
reg_std_alone=re.compile("yes|no")
if using_unicode:
    from xml.utils import characters
    reg_name = characters.re_Name()
    reg_names = characters.re_Names()
    reg_nmtoken = characters.re_Nmtoken()
    reg_nmtokens = characters.re_Nmtokens()
    reg_pe_ref = re.compile("%"+characters.Name+";")
    del characters
else:
    reg_name=re.compile("["+namestart+"]["+namechars+"]*")
    reg_names=re.compile("["+namestart+"]["+namechars+"]*"
                         "([\n\t \r]+["+namestart+"]["+namechars+"]*)*")
    reg_nmtoken=re.compile("["+namechars+"]+")
    reg_nmtokens=re.compile("["+namechars+"]+([\n\t \r]+["+namechars+"]+)*")
    reg_pe_ref=re.compile("%["+namestart+"]["+namechars+"]*;")
reg_sysid_quote=re.compile("[^\"]*")
reg_sysid_apo=re.compile("[^']*")
reg_pubid_quote=re.compile("[- \n\t\ra-zA-Z0-9'()+,./:=?;!*#@$_%]*")
reg_pubid_apo=re.compile("[- \n\t\ra-zA-Z0-9()+,./:=?;!*#@$_%]*")
reg_start_tag=re.compile("<[A-Za-z_:]")
reg_quoted_attr=re.compile("[^<\"]*")
reg_apo_attr=re.compile("[^<']*")
reg_c_data=re.compile("[<&]")

reg_ent_val_quote=re.compile("[^\"]+")
reg_ent_val_apo=re.compile("[^\']+")

reg_attr_type=re.compile(r"CDATA|IDREFS|IDREF|ID|ENTITY|ENTITIES|NMTOKENS|"
             "NMTOKEN") # NOTATION support separate
reg_attr_def=re.compile(r"#REQUIRED|#IMPLIED")

reg_digits=re.compile("[0-9]+")
reg_hex_digits=re.compile("[0-9a-fA-F]+")

reg_res_pi=re.compile("xml",re.I)

reg_int_dtd=re.compile("\"|'|<\\?|<!--|\\]|<!\\[")

reg_attval_stop_quote=re.compile("<|&|\"")
reg_attval_stop_sing=re.compile("<|&|'")

reg_decl_with_pe=re.compile("<(![^-\[]|\?)")
reg_subst_pe_search=re.compile(">|%")

reg_cond_sect=re.compile("<!\\[|\\]\\]>")
reg_litval_stop=re.compile("%|&#")

# RFC 1766 language codes

reg_lang_code=re.compile("([a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z]|[iIxX]-([a-zA-Z])+)(-[a-zA-Z])*")

# Mapping regexps to error codes
# NB: 3900 is reported directly from _get_name

reg2code={
    reg_name.pattern : 3900, reg_ver.pattern : 3901,
    reg_enc_name.pattern : 3902, reg_std_alone.pattern : 3903,
    reg_hex_digits.pattern : 3905,
    reg_digits.pattern : 3906, reg_pe_ref.pattern : 3907,
    reg_attr_type.pattern : 3908, reg_attr_def.pattern : 3909,
    reg_nmtoken.pattern : 3910}

# Some useful variables

predef_ents={"lt":"&#60;","gt":"&#62;","amp":"&#38;","apos":"&#39;",
             "quot":'&#34;'}
if using_unicode:
    for k in predef_ents.keys():
        predef_ents[k]=unicode(predef_ents[k])

# Translation tables

_ws_trans=string.maketrans("\r\t\n","   ")  # Whitespace normalization
if using_unicode:
    _ws_dict = {}
    for c in "\r\t\n":_ws_dict[ord(c)] = ord(' ')
    def ws_trans(data,_ws_dict=_ws_dict):
        if type(data)==types.StringType:
            # In theory, this should not happen. Unfortunately,
            # if the input encoding is not known, a 1:1 decoder
            # is return, which does provide string objects
            return data.translate(_ws_trans)
        return data.translate(_ws_dict)
else:
    def ws_trans(data,_ws_trans=_ws_trans,translate=string.translate):
        return translate(data,_ws_trans)

# XXX not used
id_trans=string.maketrans("","")           # Identity transform

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