Source code for sympy.printing.pretty.stringpict

"""Prettyprinter by Jurjen Bos.
(I hate spammers: mail me at pietjepuk314 at the reverse of ku.oc.oohay).
All objects have a method that create a "stringPict",
that can be used in the str method for pretty printing.

Updates by Jason Gedge (email <my last name> at cs mun ca)
    - terminal_string() method
    - minor fixes and changes (mostly to prettyForm)

    - Allow left/center/right alignment options for above/below and
      top/center/bottom alignment options for left/right

from pretty_symbology import hobj, vobj, xsym, xobj, pretty_use_unicode

[docs]class stringPict(object): """An ASCII picture. The pictures are represented as a list of equal length strings. """ #special value for stringPict.below LINE = 'line' def __init__(self, s, baseline=0): """Initialize from string. Multiline strings are centered. """ #picture is a string that just can be printed self.picture = stringPict.equalLengths(s.splitlines()) #baseline is the line number of the "base line" self.baseline = baseline self.binding = None @staticmethod def equalLengths(lines): # empty lines if not lines: return [''] width = max(len(line) for line in lines) return [line.center(width) for line in lines]
[docs] def height(self): """The height of the picture in characters.""" return len(self.picture)
[docs] def width(self): """The width of the picture in characters.""" return len(self.picture[0])
[docs] def next(*args): """Put a string of stringPicts next to each other. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. """ #convert everything to stringPicts objects = [] for arg in args: if isinstance(arg, basestring): arg = stringPict(arg) objects.append(arg) #make a list of pictures, with equal height and baseline newBaseline = max(obj.baseline for obj in objects) newHeightBelowBaseline = max( obj.height() - obj.baseline for obj in objects) newHeight = newBaseline + newHeightBelowBaseline pictures = [] for obj in objects: oneEmptyLine = [' '*obj.width()] basePadding = newBaseline - obj.baseline totalPadding = newHeight - obj.height() pictures.append( oneEmptyLine * basePadding + obj.picture + oneEmptyLine * (totalPadding - basePadding)) result = [''.join(lines) for lines in zip(*pictures)] return '\n'.join(result), newBaseline
[docs] def right(self, *args): r"""Put pictures next to this one. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. (Multiline) strings are allowed, and are given a baseline of 0. Examples ======== >>> from sympy.printing.pretty.stringpict import stringPict >>> print stringPict("10").right(" + ",stringPict("1\r-\r2",1))[0] 1 10 + - 2 """ return stringPict.next(self, *args)
[docs] def left(self, *args): """Put pictures (left to right) at left. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. """ return stringPict.next(*(args + (self,)))
[docs] def stack(*args): """Put pictures on top of each other, from top to bottom. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. The baseline is the baseline of the second picture. Everything is centered. Baseline is the baseline of the second picture. Strings are allowed. The special value stringPict.LINE is a row of '-' extended to the width. """ #convert everything to stringPicts; keep LINE objects = [] for arg in args: if arg is not stringPict.LINE and isinstance(arg, basestring): arg = stringPict(arg) objects.append(arg) #compute new width newWidth = max( obj.width() for obj in objects if obj is not stringPict.LINE) lineObj = stringPict(hobj('-', newWidth)) #replace LINE with proper lines for i, obj in enumerate(objects): if obj is stringPict.LINE: objects[i] = lineObj #stack the pictures, and center the result newPicture = [] for obj in objects: newPicture.extend(obj.picture) newPicture = [line.center(newWidth) for line in newPicture] newBaseline = objects[0].height() + objects[1].baseline return '\n'.join(newPicture), newBaseline
[docs] def below(self, *args): """Put pictures under this picture. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. Baseline is baseline of top picture Examples ======== >>> from sympy.printing.pretty.stringpict import stringPict >>> print stringPict("x+3").below( ... stringPict.LINE, '3')[0] #doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE x+3 --- 3 """ s, baseline = stringPict.stack(self, *args) return s, self.baseline
[docs] def above(self, *args): """Put pictures above this picture. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. Baseline is baseline of bottom picture. """ string, baseline = stringPict.stack(*(args + (self,))) baseline = len(string.splitlines()) - self.height() + self.baseline return string, baseline
[docs] def parens(self, left='(', right=')', ifascii_nougly=False): """Put parentheses around self. Returns string, baseline arguments for stringPict. left or right can be None or empty string which means 'no paren from that side' """ h = self.height() b = self.baseline # XXX this is a hack -- ascii parens are ugly! if ifascii_nougly and not pretty_use_unicode(): h = 1 b = 0 res = self if left: lparen = stringPict(vobj(left, h), baseline=b) res = stringPict(*lparen.right(self)) if right: rparen = stringPict(vobj(right, h), baseline=b) res = stringPict(*res.right(rparen)) return ('\n'.join(res.picture), res.baseline)
[docs] def leftslash(self): """Precede object by a slash of the proper size. """ # XXX not used anywhere ? height = max( self.baseline, self.height() - 1 - self.baseline)*2 + 1 slash = '\n'.join( ' '*(height - i - 1) + xobj('/', 1) + ' '*i for i in range(height) ) return self.left(stringPict(slash, height//2))
[docs] def root(self, n=None): """Produce a nice root symbol. Produces ugly results for big n inserts. """ # XXX not used anywhere # XXX duplicate of root drawing in pretty.py #put line over expression result = self.above('_'*self.width()) #construct right half of root symbol height = self.height() slash = '\n'.join( ' ' * (height - i - 1) + '/' + ' ' * i for i in range(height) ) slash = stringPict(slash, height - 1) #left half of root symbol if height > 2: downline = stringPict('\\ \n \\', 1) else: downline = stringPict('\\') #put n on top, as low as possible if n is not None and n.width() > downline.width(): downline = downline.left(' '*(n.width() - downline.width())) downline = downline.above(n) #build root symbol root = downline.right(slash) #glue it on at the proper height #normally, the root symbel is as high as self #which is one less than result #this moves the root symbol one down #if the root became higher, the baseline has to grow too root.baseline = result.baseline - result.height() + root.height() return result.left(root)
[docs] def render(self, * args, **kwargs): """Return the string form of self. Unless the argument line_break is set to False, it will break the expression in a form that can be printed on the terminal without being broken up. """ if kwargs["wrap_line"] is False: return "\n".join(self.picture) if kwargs["num_columns"] is not None: # Read the argument num_columns if it is not None ncols = kwargs["num_columns"] else: # Attempt to get a terminal width ncols = self.terminal_width() ncols -= 2 if ncols <= 0: ncols = 78 # If smaller than the terminal width, no need to correct if self.width() <= ncols: return type(self.picture[0])(self) # for one-line pictures we don't need v-spacers. on the other hand, for # multiline-pictures, we need v-spacers between blocks, compare: # # 2 2 3 | a*c*e + a*c*f + a*d | a*c*e + a*c*f + a*d | 3.14159265358979323 # 6*x *y + 4*x*y + | | *e + a*d*f + b*c*e | 84626433832795 # | *e + a*d*f + b*c*e | + b*c*f + b*d*e + b | # 3 4 4 | | *d*f | # 4*y*x + x + y | + b*c*f + b*d*e + b | | # | | | # | *d*f i = 0 svals = [] do_vspacers = (self.height() > 1) while i < self.width(): svals.extend([ sval[i:i + ncols] for sval in self.picture ]) if do_vspacers: svals.append("") # a vertical spacer i += ncols if svals[-1] == '': del svals[-1] # Get rid of the last spacer return "\n".join(svals)
[docs] def terminal_width(self): """Return the terminal width if possible, otherwise return 0. """ ncols = 0 try: import curses import io try: curses.setupterm() ncols = curses.tigetnum('cols') except AttributeError: # windows curses doesn't implement setupterm or tigetnum # code below from # http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python/Recipe/440694 from ctypes import windll, create_string_buffer # stdin handle is -10 # stdout handle is -11 # stderr handle is -12 h = windll.kernel32.GetStdHandle(-12) csbi = create_string_buffer(22) res = windll.kernel32.GetConsoleScreenBufferInfo(h, csbi) if res: import struct (bufx, bufy, curx, cury, wattr, left, top, right, bottom, maxx, maxy) = struct.unpack("hhhhHhhhhhh", csbi.raw) ncols = right - left + 1 except curses.error: pass except io.UnsupportedOperation: pass except (ImportError, TypeError): pass return ncols
def __eq__(self, o): if isinstance(o, str): return '\n'.join(self.picture) == o elif isinstance(o, stringPict): return o.picture == self.picture return False def __hash__(self): return super(stringPict, self).__hash__() def __str__(self): return str.join('\n', self.picture) def __unicode__(self): return unicode.join(u'\n', self.picture) def __repr__(self): return "stringPict(%r,%d)" % ('\n'.join(self.picture), self.baseline) def __getitem__(self, index): return self.picture[index] def __len__(self): return len(self.s)
[docs]class prettyForm(stringPict): """ Extension of the stringPict class that knows about basic math applications, optimizing double minus signs. "Binding" is interpreted as follows:: ATOM this is an atom: never needs to be parenthesized FUNC this is a function application: parenthesize if added (?) DIV this is a division: make wider division if divided POW this is a power: only parenthesize if exponent MUL this is a multiplication: parenthesize if powered ADD this is an addition: parenthesize if multiplied or powered NEG this is a negative number: optimize if added, parenthesize if multiplied or powered OPEN this is an open object: parenthesize if added, multiplied, or powered (example: Piecewise) """ ATOM, FUNC, DIV, POW, MUL, ADD, NEG, OPEN = range(8) def __init__(self, s, baseline=0, binding=0, unicode=None): """Initialize from stringPict and binding power.""" stringPict.__init__(self, s, baseline) self.binding = binding self.unicode = unicode or s # Note: code to handle subtraction is in _print_Add def __add__(self, *others): """Make a pretty addition. Addition of negative numbers is simplified. """ arg = self if arg.binding > prettyForm.NEG: arg = stringPict(*arg.parens()) result = [arg] for arg in others: #add parentheses for weak binders if arg.binding > prettyForm.NEG: arg = stringPict(*arg.parens()) #use existing minus sign if available if arg.binding != prettyForm.NEG: result.append(' + ') result.append(arg) return prettyForm(binding=prettyForm.ADD, *stringPict.next(*result)) def __div__(self, den, slashed=False): """Make a pretty division; stacked or slashed. """ if slashed: raise NotImplementedError("Can't do slashed fraction yet") num = self if num.binding == prettyForm.DIV: num = stringPict(*num.parens()) if den.binding == prettyForm.DIV: den = stringPict(*den.parens()) if num.binding==prettyForm.NEG: num = num.right(" ")[0] return prettyForm(binding=prettyForm.DIV, *stringPict.stack( num, stringPict.LINE, den)) def __truediv__(self, o): return self.__div__(o) def __mul__(self, *others): """Make a pretty multiplication. Parentheses are needed around +, - and neg. """ if len(others) == 0: return self # We aren't actually multiplying... So nothing to do here. args = self if args.binding > prettyForm.MUL: arg = stringPict(*args.parens()) result = [args] for arg in others: result.append(xsym('*')) #add parentheses for weak binders if arg.binding > prettyForm.MUL: arg = stringPict(*arg.parens()) result.append(arg) len_res = len(result) for i in xrange(len_res): if i < len_res - 1 and result[i] == '-1' and result[i + 1] == xsym('*'): # substitute -1 by -, like in -1*x -> -x result.pop(i) result.pop(i) result.insert(i, '-') if result[0][0] == '-': # if there is a - sign in front of all # This test was failing to catch a prettyForm.__mul__(prettyForm("-1", 0, 6)) being negative bin = prettyForm.NEG else: bin = prettyForm.MUL return prettyForm(binding=bin, *stringPict.next(*result)) def __repr__(self): return "prettyForm(%r,%d,%d)" % ( '\n'.join(self.picture), self.baseline, self.binding) def __pow__(self, b): """Make a pretty power. """ a = self if a.binding > prettyForm.FUNC: a = stringPict(*a.parens()) if b.binding == prettyForm.POW: b = stringPict(*b.parens()) if a.binding == prettyForm.FUNC: # 2 # sin + + (x) b.baseline = a.prettyFunc.baseline + 1 func = stringPict(*a.prettyFunc.right(b)) return prettyForm(*func.right(a.prettyArgs)) else: # 2 <-- top # (x+y) <-- bot top = stringPict(*b.left(' '*a.width())) bot = stringPict(*a.right(' '*b.width())) return prettyForm(binding=prettyForm.POW, *bot.above(top)) simpleFunctions = ["sin", "cos", "tan"] @staticmethod
[docs] def apply(function, *args): """Functions of one or more variables. """ if function in prettyForm.simpleFunctions: #simple function: use only space if possible assert len( args) == 1, "Simple function %s must have 1 argument" % function arg = args[0].__pretty__() if arg.binding <= prettyForm.DIV: #optimization: no parentheses necessary return prettyForm(binding=prettyForm.FUNC, *arg.left(function + ' ')) argumentList = [] for arg in args: argumentList.append(',') argumentList.append(arg.__pretty__()) argumentList = stringPict(*stringPict.next(*argumentList[1:])) argumentList = stringPict(*argumentList.parens()) return prettyForm(binding=prettyForm.ATOM, *argumentList.left(function))