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Source code for galaxy.managers.markdown_parse

"""Utilities for parsing "Galaxy Flavored Markdown".

See markdown_util.py for loading objects and interacting with the rest of Galaxy.
This file is meant to be relatively self contained and just used to "parse" and validate
Galaxy Markdown. Keeping things isolated to allow re-use of these utilities in other
projects (e.g. gxformat2).
import re

BLOCK_FENCE_START = re.compile(r'```.*')
BLOCK_FENCE_END = re.compile(r'```[\s]*')
VALID_CONTAINER_END_PATTERN = re.compile(r"^```\s*$")

ARG_VAL_REGEX = r'''[\w_\-]+|\"[^\"]+\"|\'[^\']+\''''
FUNCTION_ARG = r'\s*\w+\s*=\s*(?:%s)\s*' % ARG_VAL_REGEX
FUNCTION_CALL_LINE_TEMPLATE = r'\s*%s\s*\((?:' + FUNCTION_ARG + r')?\)\s*'
WHITE_SPACE_ONLY_PATTERN = re.compile(r"^[\s]+$")

[docs]def validate_galaxy_markdown(galaxy_markdown, internal=True): """Validate the supplied markdown and throw an ValueError with reason if invalid.""" expecting_container_close_for = None last_line_no = 0 function_calls = 0 for (line, fenced, open_fence, line_no) in _split_markdown_lines(galaxy_markdown): last_line_no = line_no def invalid_line(template, **kwd): if "line" in kwd: kwd["line"] = line.rstrip("\r\n") raise ValueError("Invalid line %d: %s" % (line_no + 1, template.format(**kwd))) expecting_container_close = expecting_container_close_for is not None if not fenced and expecting_container_close: invalid_line("[{line}] is not expected close line for [{expected_for}]", line=line, expected_for=expecting_container_close_for) continue elif not fenced: continue elif fenced and expecting_container_close and BLOCK_FENCE_END.match(line): # reset expecting_container_close_for = None function_calls = 0 elif open_fence and GALAXY_FLAVORED_MARKDOWN_CONTAINER_LINE_PATTERN.match(line): if expecting_container_close: if not VALID_CONTAINER_END_PATTERN.match(line): invalid_line("Invalid command close line [{line}] for [{expected_for}]", line=line, expected_for=expecting_container_close_for) # else closing container and we're done expecting_container_close_for = None function_calls = 0 continue expecting_container_close_for = line continue elif fenced and line and expecting_container_close_for: if GALAXY_MARKDOWN_FUNCTION_CALL_LINE.match(line): function_calls += 1 if function_calls > 1: invalid_line("Only one Galaxy directive is allowed per fenced Galaxy block (```galaxy)") continue else: invalid_line("Invalid embedded Galaxy markup line [{line}]", line=line) # Markdown unrelated to Galaxy object containers. continue if expecting_container_close_for: template = "Invalid line %d: %s" msg = template % (last_line_no, "close of block for [{expected_for}] expected".format(expected_for=expecting_container_close_for)) raise ValueError(msg)
def _split_markdown_lines(markdown): """Yield lines of a markdown document line-by-line keeping track of fencing. 'Fenced' lines are code-like block (e.g. between ```) that shouldn't contain Markdown markup. """ block_fenced = False indent_fenced = False for line_number, line in enumerate(markdown.splitlines(True)): open_fence_this_iteration = False indent_fenced = line.startswith(" ") or (indent_fenced and WHITE_SPACE_ONLY_PATTERN.match(line)) if not block_fenced: if BLOCK_FENCE_START.match(line): open_fence_this_iteration = True block_fenced = True yield (line, block_fenced or indent_fenced, open_fence_this_iteration, line_number) if not open_fence_this_iteration and BLOCK_FENCE_END.match(line): block_fenced = False __all__ = ( 'validate_galaxy_markdown', 'GALAXY_MARKDOWN_FUNCTION_CALL_LINE', )