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from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function

from builtins import object

import getopt
import os
import string
import sys
import re

from lldb import SBValue
from core import value as cvalue
from .configuration import config

class ArgumentError(Exception):
    """ Exception class for raising errors in command arguments. The lldb_command framework will catch this
        class of exceptions and print suitable error message to user.
    def __init__(self, msg):
        self.error_message = msg
    def __str__(self):
        return str(self.error_message)

class RedirectStdStreams(object):
    def __init__(self, stdout=None, stderr=None):
        self._stdout = stdout or sys.stdout
        self._stderr = stderr or sys.stderr

    def __enter__(self):
        self.old_stdout, self.old_stderr = sys.stdout, sys.stderr
        self.old_stdout.flush(); self.old_stderr.flush()
        sys.stdout, sys.stderr = self._stdout, self._stderr

    def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
        self._stdout.flush(); self._stderr.flush()
        sys.stdout = self.old_stdout
        sys.stderr = self.old_stderr

class IndentScope(object):
    def __init__(self, O):
        self._O = O

    def __enter__(self):
        self._O._indent += '    '

    def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
        self._O._indent = self._O._indent[:-4]

class HeaderScope(object):
    def __init__(self, O, hdr, indent = False):
        self._O = O
        self._header = hdr
        self._indent = indent

    def __enter__(self):
        self._oldHeader = self._O._header
        self._oldLastHeader = self._O._lastHeader
        self._O._header = self._header
        self._O._lastHeader = None
        if self._indent:
            self._O._indent += '    '

    def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_value, traceback):
        self._O._header = self._oldHeader
        self._O._lastHeader = self._oldLastHeader
        if self._indent:
            self._O._indent = self._O._indent[:-4]

class VT(object):
    Black        = "\033[38;5;0m"
    DarkRed      = "\033[38;5;1m"
    DarkGreen    = "\033[38;5;2m"
    Brown        = "\033[38;5;3m"
    DarkBlue     = "\033[38;5;4m"
    DarkMagenta  = "\033[38;5;5m"
    DarkCyan     = "\033[38;5;6m"
    Grey         = "\033[38;5;7m"

    DarkGrey     = "\033[38;5;8m"
    Red          = "\033[38;5;9m"
    Green        = "\033[38;5;10m"
    Yellow       = "\033[38;5;11m"
    Blue         = "\033[38;5;12m"
    Magenta      = "\033[38;5;13m"
    Cyan         = "\033[38;5;14m"
    White        = "\033[38;5;15m"

    Default      = "\033[39m"

    Bold         = "\033[1m"
    EndBold      = "\033[22m"

    Oblique      = "\033[3m"
    EndOblique   = "\033[23m"

    Underline    = "\033[4m"
    EndUnderline = "\033[24m"

    Reset        = "\033[0m"

class NOVT(object):
    def __getattribute__(self, *args):
        return ""

class SBValueFormatter(string.Formatter):
    Formatter that treats SBValues specially

    It adds the following magical syntax for fields:

    - {$value->[10].field} will follow a given expression path,
      and compute the resulting SBValue. This works with cvalues too.

    - {&value->[10].field} will return the load address
      of the specified value path. This works with cvalue too.

    The format spec can now take a multi-char conversion,
    where <multi-char-conversion> is one of:

    - `c_str` which will attempt to read the value as a C string using

    - `human_size` will convert sizes into a human readable representation.

    - a conversion registered with the SBValueFormatter.converter

    - a `key.method` specification where the key is one of the positional
      or named arguments to the format.

    When the value of a given field is an SBValue (because &/$ was used,
    or the field was already an SBValue -- but not a cvalue), in the absence
    of a explicit conversion, the SBValue will be converted to a scalar
    using xGetValueAsScalar()

    _KEY_RE = re.compile(r"[.-\[]")

    _CONVERTERS = {}

    def converter(cls, name, raw=False):
        def register(fn):
            cls._CONVERTERS[name] = (fn, raw)

        return register

    def format(self, format_string, *args, **kwargs):
        return self.vformat(self, format_string, args, kwargs)

    def _raise_switch_manual_to_automatic(self):
        raise ValueError('cannot switch from manual field '
                         'specification to automatic field '

    def vformat(self, format_string, args, kwargs):
        result    = []
        auto_idx  = 0

        # Python 2.7 doesn't support empty field names in Formatter,
        # so we need to implement vformat. Because we avoid certain
        # features such as "unused fields accounting" we actually
        # are faster than the core library Formatter this way which
        # adds up quickly for our macros, so it's worth keeping
        # this implementation even on Python 3.
        for text, field_name, format_spec, conv in \

            if text:

            if field_name is None:

            field_name, _, transform = field_name.partition('|')

            if field_name == '':
                # Handle auto-numbering like python 3
                if auto_idx is None:
                field_name = str(auto_idx)
                auto_idx  += 1

            elif field_name.isdigit():
                # numeric key
                if auto_idx:
                auto_idx = None

                if field_name[0] in '&$':
                    # Our magic sigils
                    obj, auto_idx = self.get_value_field(
                        field_name, args, kwargs, auto_idx)

                    # Fallback typical case
                    obj, _ = self.get_field(field_name, args, kwargs)
                if config['debug']: raise
                    "<FAIL {}>".format(field_name),

            # do any conv on the resulting object
                obj = self.convert_field(obj, conv, transform, args, kwargs)
                if config['debug']: raise
                    "<CONV {}>".format(field_name),

            result.append(self.format_field(obj, format_spec))

        return ''.join(result)

    def get_value_field(self, name, args, kwargs, auto_idx):
        match =
        index = match.start() if match else len(name)
        key   = name[1:index]
        path  = name[index:]

        if key == '':
            raise ValueError("Key part of '{}' can't be empty".format(name))

        if key.isdigit():
            key = int(key)
            if auto_idx:
            auto_idx = None

        obj = self.get_value(key, args, kwargs)
        if isinstance(obj, cvalue):
            obj = obj.GetSBValue()

        if name[0] == '&':
            if len(path):
                return obj.xGetLoadAddressByPath(path), auto_idx
            return obj.GetLoadAddress(), auto_idx

        if len(path):
            obj = obj.GetValueForExpressionPath(path)
        return obj, auto_idx

    def convert_field(self, obj, conv, transform='', args=None, kwargs=None):
        is_sbval = isinstance(obj, SBValue)

        if transform != '':
            fn, raw = self._CONVERTERS.get(transform, (None, False))
            if not raw and is_sbval:
                obj = obj.xGetValueAsScalar()

            if fn:
                obj = fn(obj)
                objname, _, method = transform.partition('.')
                field, _ = self.get_field(objname, args, kwargs)
                obj = getattr(field, method)(obj)

            is_sbval = False

        if conv is None:
            return obj.xGetValueAsScalar() if is_sbval else obj

        return super(SBValueFormatter, self).convert_field(obj, conv)

@SBValueFormatter.converter("c_str", raw=True)
def __sbval_to_cstr(v):
    return v.xGetValueAsCString() if isinstance(v, SBValue) else str(v)

def __human_size(v):
    n = v.xGetValueAsCString() if isinstance(v, SBValue) else int(v)
    order = ((n//10) | 1).bit_length() // 10
    return "{:.1f}{}".format(n / (1024 ** order), "BKMGTPE"[order])

_xnu_core_default_formatter = SBValueFormatter()

def xnu_format(fmt, *args, **kwargs):
    """ Conveniency function to call SBValueFormatter().format """
    return _xnu_core_default_formatter.vformat(fmt, args, kwargs)

def xnu_vformat(fmt, args, kwargs):
    """ Conveniency function to call SBValueFormatter().vformat """
    return _xnu_core_default_formatter.vformat(fmt, args, kwargs)

class CommandOutput(object):
    An output handler for all commands. Use Output.print to direct all output of macro via the handler.
    These arguments are passed after a "--". eg
    (lldb) zprint -- -o /tmp/zprint.out.txt

    Currently this provide capabilities
    -h show help
    -o path/to/filename
       The output of this command execution will be saved to file. Parser information or errors will
       not be sent to file though. eg /tmp/output.txt
    -s filter_string
       the "filter_string" param is parsed to python regex expression and each line of output
       will be printed/saved only if it matches the expression.
       The command header will not be filtered in any case.
    -p <plugin_name>
       Send the output of the command to plugin.
    -v ...
       Up verbosity
    -c <always|never|auto>
       configure color
    def __init__(self, cmd_name, CommandResult=None, fhandle=None):
        """ Create a new instance to handle command output.
                CommandResult : SBCommandReturnObject result param from lldb's command invocation.
        self.pluginRequired = False
        self.pluginName = None
        self.cmd_name = cmd_name
        self.resultObj = CommandResult
        self.verbose_level = 0
        self.target_cmd_args = []
        self.target_cmd_options = {}
        self._indent = ''
        self._buffer = ''

        self._header = None
        self._lastHeader = None
        self._line = 0

        self.color = None
        self.isatty = os.isatty(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        self.VT = VT if self._doColor() else NOVT()

    def _doColor(self):
        if self.color is True:
            return True;
        return self.color is None and self.isatty

    def _needsHeader(self):
        if self._header is None:
            return False
        if self._lastHeader is None:
            return True
        if not self.isatty:
            return False
        return self._line - self._lastHeader > 40

    def indent(self):
        return IndentScope(self)

    def table(self, header, indent = False):
        return HeaderScope(self, header, indent)

    def format(self, s, *args, **kwargs):
        kwargs['VT'] = self.VT
        return xnu_vformat(s, args, kwargs)

    def error(self, s, *args, **kwargs):
        print(self.format("{cmd.cmd_name}: {VT.Red}"+s+"{VT.Default}", cmd=self, *args, **kwargs))

    def write(self, s):
        """ Handler for all commands output. By default just print to stdout """

        o = self.fhandle or self.resultObj

        for l in (self._buffer + s).splitlines(True):
            if l[-1] != '\n':
                self._buffer = l

            if self.FILTER:
                if not
                l = self.reg.sub(self.VT.Underline + r"\g<0>" + self.VT.EndUnderline, l);

            if len(l) == 1:
                self._line += 1

            if len(l) > 1 and self._needsHeader():
                for h in self._header.splitlines():
                    o.write(self.format("{}{VT.Bold}{:s}{VT.EndBold}\n", self._indent, h))
                self._lastHeader = self._line

            o.write(self._indent + l)
            self._line += 1

        self._buffer = ''

    def flush(self):
        if self.fhandle != None:

    def __del__(self):
        """ closes any open files. report on any errors """
        if self.fhandle != None and self.fname != None:

    def setOptions(self, cmdargs, cmdoptions =''):
        """ parse the arguments passed to the command
            param :
                cmdargs => [] of <str> (typically args.split())
                cmdoptions : str - string of command level options.
                             These should be CAPITAL LETTER options only.
        args = cmdargs
        cmdoptions = cmdoptions.upper()
            opts,args = getopt.gnu_getopt(args,'hvo:s:p:c:'+ cmdoptions,[])
            self.target_cmd_args = args
        except getopt.GetoptError as err:
            raise ArgumentError(str(err))
        #continue with processing
        for o,a in opts :
            if o == "-h":
                # This is misuse of exception but 'self' has no info on doc string.
                # The caller may handle exception and display appropriate info
                raise ArgumentError("HELP")
            if o == "-o" and len(a) > 0:
                print("saving results in file ",str(a))
                self.fhandle.write("(lldb)%s %s \n" % (self.cmd_name, " ".join(cmdargs)))
                self.isatty = os.isatty(self.fhandle.fileno())
            elif o == "-s" and len(a) > 0:
                self.reg = re.compile(a.strip(),re.MULTILINE|re.DOTALL)
                print("showing results for regex:",a.strip())
            elif o == "-p" and len(a) > 0:
                self.pluginRequired = True
                self.pluginName = a.strip()
                #print "passing output to " + a.strip()
            elif o == "-v":
                self.verbose_level += 1
            elif o == "-c":
                if a in ["always", '1']:
                    self.color = True
                elif a in ["never", '0']:
                    self.color = False
                    self.color = None
                self.VT = VT if self._doColor() else NOVT()
                o = o.strip()
                self.target_cmd_options[o] = a