Commit 8568ab2f authored by joni's avatar joni
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added more files should be more or less the whole python3.7 environment... most likely more

parent 632f0c63
#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys
from lib2to3.main import main
sys.exit(main("lib2to3.fixes"))
#ifndef Py_PYTHON_H
#define Py_PYTHON_H
/* Since this is a "meta-include" file, no #ifdef __cplusplus / extern "C" { */
/* Include nearly all Python header files */
#include "patchlevel.h"
#include "pyconfig.h"
#include "pymacconfig.h"
#include <limits.h>
#ifndef UCHAR_MAX
#error "Something's broken. UCHAR_MAX should be defined in limits.h."
#endif
#if UCHAR_MAX != 255
#error "Python's source code assumes C's unsigned char is an 8-bit type."
#endif
#if defined(__sgi) && !defined(_SGI_MP_SOURCE)
#define _SGI_MP_SOURCE
#endif
#include <stdio.h>
#ifndef NULL
# error "Python.h requires that stdio.h define NULL."
#endif
#include <string.h>
#ifdef HAVE_ERRNO_H
#include <errno.h>
#endif
#include <stdlib.h>
#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#ifdef HAVE_CRYPT_H
#include <crypt.h>
#endif
/* For size_t? */
#ifdef HAVE_STDDEF_H
#include <stddef.h>
#endif
/* CAUTION: Build setups should ensure that NDEBUG is defined on the
* compiler command line when building Python in release mode; else
* assert() calls won't be removed.
*/
#include <assert.h>
#include "pyport.h"
#include "pymacro.h"
/* A convenient way for code to know if clang's memory sanitizer is enabled. */
#if defined(__has_feature)
# if __has_feature(memory_sanitizer)
# if !defined(_Py_MEMORY_SANITIZER)
# define _Py_MEMORY_SANITIZER
# endif
# endif
#endif
#include "pyatomic.h"
/* Debug-mode build with pymalloc implies PYMALLOC_DEBUG.
* PYMALLOC_DEBUG is in error if pymalloc is not in use.
*/
#if defined(Py_DEBUG) && defined(WITH_PYMALLOC) && !defined(PYMALLOC_DEBUG)
#define PYMALLOC_DEBUG
#endif
#if defined(PYMALLOC_DEBUG) && !defined(WITH_PYMALLOC)
#error "PYMALLOC_DEBUG requires WITH_PYMALLOC"
#endif
#include "pymath.h"
#include "pytime.h"
#include "pymem.h"
#include "object.h"
#include "objimpl.h"
#include "typeslots.h"
#include "pyhash.h"
#include "pydebug.h"
#include "bytearrayobject.h"
#include "bytesobject.h"
#include "unicodeobject.h"
#include "longobject.h"
#include "longintrepr.h"
#include "boolobject.h"
#include "floatobject.h"
#include "complexobject.h"
#include "rangeobject.h"
#include "memoryobject.h"
#include "tupleobject.h"
#include "listobject.h"
#include "dictobject.h"
#include "odictobject.h"
#include "enumobject.h"
#include "setobject.h"
#include "methodobject.h"
#include "moduleobject.h"
#include "funcobject.h"
#include "classobject.h"
#include "fileobject.h"
#include "pycapsule.h"
#include "traceback.h"
#include "sliceobject.h"
#include "cellobject.h"
#include "iterobject.h"
#include "genobject.h"
#include "descrobject.h"
#include "warnings.h"
#include "weakrefobject.h"
#include "structseq.h"
#include "namespaceobject.h"
#include "codecs.h"
#include "pyerrors.h"
#include "pystate.h"
#include "context.h"
#include "pyarena.h"
#include "modsupport.h"
#include "compile.h"
#include "pythonrun.h"
#include "pylifecycle.h"
#include "ceval.h"
#include "sysmodule.h"
#include "osmodule.h"
#include "intrcheck.h"
#include "import.h"
#include "abstract.h"
#include "bltinmodule.h"
#include "eval.h"
#include "pyctype.h"
#include "pystrtod.h"
#include "pystrcmp.h"
#include "dtoa.h"
#include "fileutils.h"
#include "pyfpe.h"
#endif /* !Py_PYTHON_H */
# This file exists as a helper for the test.test_frozen module.
# This module is used to map the old Python 2 names to the new names used in
# Python 3 for the pickle module. This needed to make pickle streams
# generated with Python 2 loadable by Python 3.
# This is a copy of lib2to3.fixes.fix_imports.MAPPING. We cannot import
# lib2to3 and use the mapping defined there, because lib2to3 uses pickle.
# Thus, this could cause the module to be imported recursively.
IMPORT_MAPPING = {
'__builtin__' : 'builtins',
'copy_reg': 'copyreg',
'Queue': 'queue',
'SocketServer': 'socketserver',
'ConfigParser': 'configparser',
'repr': 'reprlib',
'tkFileDialog': 'tkinter.filedialog',
'tkSimpleDialog': 'tkinter.simpledialog',
'tkColorChooser': 'tkinter.colorchooser',
'tkCommonDialog': 'tkinter.commondialog',
'Dialog': 'tkinter.dialog',
'Tkdnd': 'tkinter.dnd',
'tkFont': 'tkinter.font',
'tkMessageBox': 'tkinter.messagebox',
'ScrolledText': 'tkinter.scrolledtext',
'Tkconstants': 'tkinter.constants',
'Tix': 'tkinter.tix',
'ttk': 'tkinter.ttk',
'Tkinter': 'tkinter',
'markupbase': '_markupbase',
'_winreg': 'winreg',
'thread': '_thread',
'dummy_thread': '_dummy_thread',
'dbhash': 'dbm.bsd',
'dumbdbm': 'dbm.dumb',
'dbm': 'dbm.ndbm',
'gdbm': 'dbm.gnu',
'xmlrpclib': 'xmlrpc.client',
'SimpleXMLRPCServer': 'xmlrpc.server',
'httplib': 'http.client',
'htmlentitydefs' : 'html.entities',
'HTMLParser' : 'html.parser',
'Cookie': 'http.cookies',
'cookielib': 'http.cookiejar',
'BaseHTTPServer': 'http.server',
'test.test_support': 'test.support',
'commands': 'subprocess',
'urlparse' : 'urllib.parse',
'robotparser' : 'urllib.robotparser',
'urllib2': 'urllib.request',
'anydbm': 'dbm',
'_abcoll' : 'collections.abc',
}
# This contains rename rules that are easy to handle. We ignore the more
# complex stuff (e.g. mapping the names in the urllib and types modules).
# These rules should be run before import names are fixed.
NAME_MAPPING = {
('__builtin__', 'xrange'): ('builtins', 'range'),
('__builtin__', 'reduce'): ('functools', 'reduce'),
('__builtin__', 'intern'): ('sys', 'intern'),
('__builtin__', 'unichr'): ('builtins', 'chr'),
('__builtin__', 'unicode'): ('builtins', 'str'),
('__builtin__', 'long'): ('builtins', 'int'),
('itertools', 'izip'): ('builtins', 'zip'),
('itertools', 'imap'): ('builtins', 'map'),
('itertools', 'ifilter'): ('builtins', 'filter'),
('itertools', 'ifilterfalse'): ('itertools', 'filterfalse'),
('itertools', 'izip_longest'): ('itertools', 'zip_longest'),
('UserDict', 'IterableUserDict'): ('collections', 'UserDict'),
('UserList', 'UserList'): ('collections', 'UserList'),
('UserString', 'UserString'): ('collections', 'UserString'),
('whichdb', 'whichdb'): ('dbm', 'whichdb'),
('_socket', 'fromfd'): ('socket', 'fromfd'),
('_multiprocessing', 'Connection'): ('multiprocessing.connection', 'Connection'),
('multiprocessing.process', 'Process'): ('multiprocessing.context', 'Process'),
('multiprocessing.forking', 'Popen'): ('multiprocessing.popen_fork', 'Popen'),
('urllib', 'ContentTooShortError'): ('urllib.error', 'ContentTooShortError'),
('urllib', 'getproxies'): ('urllib.request', 'getproxies'),
('urllib', 'pathname2url'): ('urllib.request', 'pathname2url'),
('urllib', 'quote_plus'): ('urllib.parse', 'quote_plus'),
('urllib', 'quote'): ('urllib.parse', 'quote'),
('urllib', 'unquote_plus'): ('urllib.parse', 'unquote_plus'),
('urllib', 'unquote'): ('urllib.parse', 'unquote'),
('urllib', 'url2pathname'): ('urllib.request', 'url2pathname'),
('urllib', 'urlcleanup'): ('urllib.request', 'urlcleanup'),
('urllib', 'urlencode'): ('urllib.parse', 'urlencode'),
('urllib', 'urlopen'): ('urllib.request', 'urlopen'),
('urllib', 'urlretrieve'): ('urllib.request', 'urlretrieve'),
('urllib2', 'HTTPError'): ('urllib.error', 'HTTPError'),
('urllib2', 'URLError'): ('urllib.error', 'URLError'),
}
PYTHON2_EXCEPTIONS = (
"ArithmeticError",
"AssertionError",
"AttributeError",
"BaseException",
"BufferError",
"BytesWarning",
"DeprecationWarning",
"EOFError",
"EnvironmentError",
"Exception",
"FloatingPointError",
"FutureWarning",
"GeneratorExit",
"IOError",
"ImportError",
"ImportWarning",
"IndentationError",
"IndexError",
"KeyError",
"KeyboardInterrupt",
"LookupError",
"MemoryError",
"NameError",
"NotImplementedError",
"OSError",
"OverflowError",
"PendingDeprecationWarning",
"ReferenceError",
"RuntimeError",
"RuntimeWarning",
# StandardError is gone in Python 3, so we map it to Exception
"StopIteration",
"SyntaxError",
"SyntaxWarning",
"SystemError",
"SystemExit",
"TabError",
"TypeError",
"UnboundLocalError",
"UnicodeDecodeError",
"UnicodeEncodeError",
"UnicodeError",
"UnicodeTranslateError",
"UnicodeWarning",
"UserWarning",
"ValueError",
"Warning",
"ZeroDivisionError",
)
try:
WindowsError
except NameError:
pass
else:
PYTHON2_EXCEPTIONS += ("WindowsError",)
for excname in PYTHON2_EXCEPTIONS:
NAME_MAPPING[("exceptions", excname)] = ("builtins", excname)
MULTIPROCESSING_EXCEPTIONS = (
'AuthenticationError',
'BufferTooShort',
'ProcessError',
'TimeoutError',
)
for excname in MULTIPROCESSING_EXCEPTIONS:
NAME_MAPPING[("multiprocessing", excname)] = ("multiprocessing.context", excname)
# Same, but for 3.x to 2.x
REVERSE_IMPORT_MAPPING = dict((v, k) for (k, v) in IMPORT_MAPPING.items())
assert len(REVERSE_IMPORT_MAPPING) == len(IMPORT_MAPPING)
REVERSE_NAME_MAPPING = dict((v, k) for (k, v) in NAME_MAPPING.items())
assert len(REVERSE_NAME_MAPPING) == len(NAME_MAPPING)
# Non-mutual mappings.
IMPORT_MAPPING.update({
'cPickle': 'pickle',
'_elementtree': 'xml.etree.ElementTree',
'FileDialog': 'tkinter.filedialog',
'SimpleDialog': 'tkinter.simpledialog',
'DocXMLRPCServer': 'xmlrpc.server',
'SimpleHTTPServer': 'http.server',
'CGIHTTPServer': 'http.server',
# For compatibility with broken pickles saved in old Python 3 versions
'UserDict': 'collections',
'UserList': 'collections',
'UserString': 'collections',
'whichdb': 'dbm',
'StringIO': 'io',
'cStringIO': 'io',
})
REVERSE_IMPORT_MAPPING.update({
'_bz2': 'bz2',
'_dbm': 'dbm',
'_functools': 'functools',
'_gdbm': 'gdbm',
'_pickle': 'pickle',
})
NAME_MAPPING.update({
('__builtin__', 'basestring'): ('builtins', 'str'),
('exceptions', 'StandardError'): ('builtins', 'Exception'),
('UserDict', 'UserDict'): ('collections', 'UserDict'),
('socket', '_socketobject'): ('socket', 'SocketType'),
})
REVERSE_NAME_MAPPING.update({
('_functools', 'reduce'): ('__builtin__', 'reduce'),
('tkinter.filedialog', 'FileDialog'): ('FileDialog', 'FileDialog'),
('tkinter.filedialog', 'LoadFileDialog'): ('FileDialog', 'LoadFileDialog'),
('tkinter.filedialog', 'SaveFileDialog'): ('FileDialog', 'SaveFileDialog'),
('tkinter.simpledialog', 'SimpleDialog'): ('SimpleDialog', 'SimpleDialog'),
('xmlrpc.server', 'ServerHTMLDoc'): ('DocXMLRPCServer', 'ServerHTMLDoc'),
('xmlrpc.server', 'XMLRPCDocGenerator'):
('DocXMLRPCServer', 'XMLRPCDocGenerator'),
('xmlrpc.server', 'DocXMLRPCRequestHandler'):
('DocXMLRPCServer', 'DocXMLRPCRequestHandler'),
('xmlrpc.server', 'DocXMLRPCServer'):
('DocXMLRPCServer', 'DocXMLRPCServer'),
('xmlrpc.server', 'DocCGIXMLRPCRequestHandler'):
('DocXMLRPCServer', 'DocCGIXMLRPCRequestHandler'),
('http.server', 'SimpleHTTPRequestHandler'):
('SimpleHTTPServer', 'SimpleHTTPRequestHandler'),
('http.server', 'CGIHTTPRequestHandler'):
('CGIHTTPServer', 'CGIHTTPRequestHandler'),
('_socket', 'socket'): ('socket', '_socketobject'),
})
PYTHON3_OSERROR_EXCEPTIONS = (
'BrokenPipeError',
'ChildProcessError',
'ConnectionAbortedError',
'ConnectionError',
'ConnectionRefusedError',
'ConnectionResetError',
'FileExistsError',
'FileNotFoundError',
'InterruptedError',
'IsADirectoryError',
'NotADirectoryError',
'PermissionError',
'ProcessLookupError',
'TimeoutError',
)
for excname in PYTHON3_OSERROR_EXCEPTIONS:
REVERSE_NAME_MAPPING[('builtins', excname)] = ('exceptions', 'OSError')
PYTHON3_IMPORTERROR_EXCEPTIONS = (
'ModuleNotFoundError',
)
for excname in PYTHON3_IMPORTERROR_EXCEPTIONS:
REVERSE_NAME_MAPPING[('builtins', excname)] = ('exceptions', 'ImportError')
"""Internal classes used by the gzip, lzma and bz2 modules"""
import io
BUFFER_SIZE = io.DEFAULT_BUFFER_SIZE # Compressed data read chunk size
class BaseStream(io.BufferedIOBase):
"""Mode-checking helper functions."""
def _check_not_closed(self):
if self.closed:
raise ValueError("I/O operation on closed file")
def _check_can_read(self):
if not self.readable():
raise io.UnsupportedOperation("File not open for reading")
def _check_can_write(self):
if not self.writable():
raise io.UnsupportedOperation("File not open for writing")
def _check_can_seek(self):
if not self.readable():
raise io.UnsupportedOperation("Seeking is only supported "
"on files open for reading")
if not self.seekable():
raise io.UnsupportedOperation("The underlying file object "
"does not support seeking")
class DecompressReader(io.RawIOBase):
"""Adapts the decompressor API to a RawIOBase reader API"""
def readable(self):
return True
def __init__(self, fp, decomp_factory, trailing_error=(), **decomp_args):
self._fp = fp
self._eof = False
self._pos = 0 # Current offset in decompressed stream
# Set to size of decompressed stream once it is known, for SEEK_END
self._size = -1
# Save the decompressor factory and arguments.
# If the file contains multiple compressed streams, each
# stream will need a separate decompressor object. A new decompressor
# object is also needed when implementing a backwards seek().
self._decomp_factory = decomp_factory
self._decomp_args = decomp_args
self._decompressor = self._decomp_factory(**self._decomp_args)
# Exception class to catch from decompressor signifying invalid
# trailing data to ignore
self._trailing_error = trailing_error
def close(self):
self._decompressor = None
return super().close()
def seekable(self):
return self._fp.seekable()
def readinto(self, b):
with memoryview(b) as view, view.cast("B") as byte_view:
data = self.read(len(byte_view))
byte_view[:len(data)] = data
return len(data)
def read(self, size=-1):
if size < 0:
return self.readall()
if not size or self._eof:
return b""
data = None # Default if EOF is encountered
# Depending on the input data, our call to the decompressor may not
# return any data. In this case, try again after reading another block.
while True:
if self._decompressor.eof:
rawblock = (self._decompressor.unused_data or
self._fp.read(BUFFER_SIZE))
if not rawblock:
break
# Continue to next stream.
self._decompressor = self._decomp_factory(
**self._decomp_args)
try:
data = self._decompressor.decompress(rawblock, size)
except self._trailing_error:
# Trailing data isn't a valid compressed stream; ignore it.
break
else:
if self._decompressor.needs_input:
rawblock = self._fp.read(BUFFER_SIZE)
if not rawblock:
raise EOFError("Compressed file ended before the "
"end-of-stream marker was reached")
else:
rawblock = b""
data = self._decompressor.decompress(rawblock, size)
if data:
break
if not data:
self._eof = True
self._size = self._pos
return b""
self._pos += len(data)
return data
# Rewind the file to the beginning of the data stream.
def _rewind(self):
self._fp.seek(0)
self._eof = False
self._pos = 0
self._decompressor = self._decomp_factory(**self._decomp_args)
def seek(self, offset, whence=io.SEEK_SET):
# Recalculate offset as an absolute file position.
if whence == io.SEEK_SET:
pass
elif whence == io.SEEK_CUR:
offset = self._pos + offset
elif whence == io.SEEK_END:
# Seeking relative to EOF - we need to know the file's size.
if self._size < 0:
while self.read(io.DEFAULT_BUFFER_SIZE):
pass
offset = self._size + offset
else:
raise ValueError("Invalid value for whence: {}".format(whence))
# Make it so that offset is the number of bytes to skip forward.
if offset < self._pos:
self._rewind()
else:
offset -= self._pos
# Read and discard data until we reach the desired position.
while offset > 0:
data = self.read(min(io.DEFAULT_BUFFER_SIZE, offset))
if not data:
break
offset -= len(data)
return self._pos
def tell(self):
"""Return the current file position."""
return self._pos
"""Shared support for scanning document type declarations in HTML and XHTML.
This module is used as a foundation for the html.parser module. It has no
documented public API and should not be used directly.
"""
import re