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# Copyright 2011-2017, Damian Johnson and The Tor Project
# See LICENSE for licensing information

Utilities for working with the terminal.

**Module Overview:**


  encoding - provides the ANSI escape sequence for a terminal attribute
  format - wrap text with ANSI for the given colors or attributes

.. data:: Color (enum)
.. data:: BgColor (enum)

  Foreground or background terminal colors.

  =========== ===========
  Color       Description
  =========== ===========
  **BLACK**   black color
  **BLUE**    blue color
  **CYAN**    cyan color
  **GREEN**   green color
  **MAGENTA** magenta color
  **RED**     red color
  **WHITE**   white color
  **YELLOW**  yellow color
  =========== ===========

.. data:: Attr (enum)

  Terminal text attributes.

  .. versionchanged:: 1.5.0
     Added the LINES attribute.

  =================== ===========
  Attr                Description
  =================== ===========
  **BOLD**            heavy typeface
  **HIGHLIGHT**       inverted foreground and background
  **UNDERLINE**       underlined text
  **READLINE_ESCAPE** wrap encodings in `RL_PROMPT_START_IGNORE and RL_PROMPT_END_IGNORE sequences <>`_
  **LINES**           formats lines individually
  =================== ===========

import stem.util.enum
import stem.util.str_tools


# DISABLE_COLOR_SUPPORT is *not* being vended to Stem users. This is likely to
# go away if I can think of a more graceful method for color toggling.


Color = stem.util.enum.Enum(*TERM_COLORS)
BgColor = stem.util.enum.Enum(*['BG_' + color for color in TERM_COLORS])
Attr = stem.util.enum.Enum('BOLD', 'UNDERLINE', 'HIGHLIGHT', 'READLINE_ESCAPE', 'LINES')

# mappings of terminal attribute enums to their ANSI escape encoding
FG_ENCODING = dict([(list(Color)[i], str(30 + i)) for i in range(8)])
BG_ENCODING = dict([(list(BgColor)[i], str(40 + i)) for i in range(8)])
ATTR_ENCODING = {Attr.BOLD: '1', Attr.UNDERLINE: '4', Attr.HIGHLIGHT: '7'}

CSI = '\x1B[%sm'
RESET = CSI % '0'

[docs]def encoding(*attrs): """ Provides the ANSI escape sequence for these terminal color or attributes. .. versionadded:: 1.5.0 :param list attr: :data:`~stem.util.terminal.Color`, :data:`~stem.util.terminal.BgColor`, or :data:`~stem.util.terminal.Attr` to provide an ecoding for :return: **str** of the ANSI escape sequence, **None** no attributes are recognized """ term_encodings = [] for attr in attrs: # TODO: Account for an earlier misspelled attribute. This should be dropped # in Stem. 2.0.x. if attr == 'HILIGHT': attr = 'HIGHLIGHT' attr = stem.util.str_tools._to_camel_case(attr) term_encoding = FG_ENCODING.get(attr, None) term_encoding = BG_ENCODING.get(attr, term_encoding) term_encoding = ATTR_ENCODING.get(attr, term_encoding) if term_encoding: term_encodings.append(term_encoding) if term_encodings: return CSI % ';'.join(term_encodings)
[docs]def format(msg, *attr): """ Simple terminal text formatting using `ANSI escape sequences <>`_. The following are some toolkits providing similar capabilities: * `django.utils.termcolors <>`_ * `termcolor <>`_ * `colorama <>`_ .. versionchanged:: 1.6.0 Normalized return value to be unicode to better support python 2/3 compatibility. :param str msg: string to be formatted :param str attr: text attributes, this can be :data:`~stem.util.term.Color`, :data:`~stem.util.term.BgColor`, or :data:`~stem.util.term.Attr` enums and are case insensitive (so strings like 'red' are fine) :returns: **unicode** wrapped with ANSI escape encodings, starting with the given attributes and ending with a reset """ msg = stem.util.str_tools._to_unicode(msg) if DISABLE_COLOR_SUPPORT: return msg if Attr.LINES in attr: attr = list(attr) attr.remove(Attr.LINES) lines = [format(line, *attr) for line in msg.split('\n')] return '\n'.join(lines) # if we have reset sequences in the message then apply our attributes # after each of them if RESET in msg: return ''.join([format(comp, *attr) for comp in msg.split(RESET)]) prefix, suffix = encoding(*attr), RESET if prefix: if Attr.READLINE_ESCAPE in attr: prefix = '\001%s\002' % prefix suffix = '\001%s\002' % suffix return prefix + msg + suffix else: return msg