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#!/usr/bin/env python2.5
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"""Logic related to handling dictionaries.
from google.appengine.ext import db
import datetime
DICT_TYPES = (db.StringProperty, db.IntegerProperty)
STR_TYPES = (datetime.datetime)
def filter(target, keys):
"""Filters a dictonary to only allow items with the given keys.
target: The dictionary that is to be filtered
keys: The list with keys to filter the dictionary on
A dictionary that only contains the (key,value) from target that
have their key in keys.
result = {}
for key, value in target.iteritems():
if key in keys:
result[key] = value
return result
def merge(target, updates, sub_merge=False, recursive=False):
"""Like the builtin 'update' method but does not overwrite existing values.
target: The dictionary that is to be updated, may be None
updates: A dictionary containing new values for the original dict
sub_merge: Merge a dict or list present in both target and update
recursive: Determines whether merge_subdicts is recursive
a new dict, with any missing values from updates merged into target
target = target.copy() if target else {}
for key, value in updates.iteritems():
if key not in target:
target[key] = value
elif sub_merge:
target_value = target[key]
# try to merge dicts
if isinstance(value, dict) and isinstance(target_value, dict):
# the merge becomes recursive by specifying it not only as value
# to sub_merge but also to recursive
target[key] = merge(target_value, value,
sub_merge=recursive, recursive=recursive)
# try to merge lists
if isinstance(value, list) and isinstance(target_value, list):
target[key] = target_value + value
return target
def zip(keys, values):
"""Returns a dict containing keys with values.
If there are more items in keys than in values, None will be used.
If there are more items in values than in keys, they will be ignored.
keys: the keys for the dictionary
values: the values for the dictionary
result = {}
size = len(keys)
for i in range(size):
if i < len(values):
value = values[i]
value = None
key = keys[i]
result[key] = value
return result
def unzip(target, order):
"""Constructs a list from target in the order specified by order.
target: the dictionary to pull the values from
order: the order of the keys
return (target[key] for key in order)
def rename(target, keys):
"""Returns a dict containing only the key/value pairs from keys.
The keys from target will be looked up in keys, and the corresponding
value from keys will be used instead. If a key is not found, it is skipped.
target: the dictionary to filter
keys: the fields to filter
result = {}
for key, value in target.iteritems():
if key in keys:
new_key = keys[key]
result[new_key] = value
return result
def split(target):
"""Takes a dictionary and splits it into single-valued dicts.
If there are any values in target that are a list it is split up
into a new dictionary instead.
>>> split({})
>>> split({'foo':'bar'})
[{'foo': 'bar'}]
>>> split({'foo':'bar', 'bar':'baz'})
[{'foo': 'bar', 'bar': 'baz'}]
>>> split({'foo':'bar', 'bar':['one', 'two']})
[{'foo': 'bar', 'bar': 'one'}, {'foo': 'bar', 'bar': 'two'}]
>>> split({'foo':'bar', 'bar':['one', 'two'], 'baz': ['three', 'four']})
[{'bar': 'one', 'foo': 'bar', 'baz': 'three'},
{'bar': 'two', 'foo': 'bar', 'baz': 'three'},
{'bar': 'one', 'foo': 'bar', 'baz': 'four'},
{'bar': 'two', 'foo': 'bar', 'baz': 'four'}]
result = [{}]
for key, values in target.iteritems():
# Make the value a list if it's not
if not isinstance(values, list):
values = [values]
tmpresult = []
# Iterate over all we gathered so far
for current_filter in result:
for value in values:
# Create a new dict from the current filter
newdict = dict(current_filter)
# And create a new dict that also has the current key/value pair
newdict[key] = value
# Update the result for the next iteration
result = tmpresult
return result
def groupby(target, group_key):
"""Groups a list of dictionaries by group_key.
result = {}
for value in target:
key_value = value[group_key]
if not key_value in result:
result[key_value] = []
return result
def groupDictBy(target, key, new_key=None):
"""Groups a dictionary by a key.
if not new_key:
new_key = key
result = ((k, v[new_key]) for k, v in target.iteritems() if v[key])
return dict(result)
def identity(target):
"""Returns a dictionary with the values equal to the keys.
result = ((i, i) for i in target)
return dict(result)
def format(target, input):
"""Returns a dictionary with the values formatted with input.
result = ((k, v % input) for k, v in target.iteritems())
return dict(result)
def containsAll(target, keys):
"""Returns true iff target contains all keys.
result = ((i in target) for i in keys)
return all(result)
def toDict(entity, field_names=None):
"""Returns a dict with all specified values of this entity.
entity: entity to be put in a dictionary
field_names: the fields that should be included, defaults to
all fields that are of a type that is in DICT_TYPES.
result = {}
if not field_names:
props =
field_names = [k for k, v in props if isinstance(v, DICT_TYPES)]
for key in field_names:
# Skip everything that is not valid
if not hasattr(entity, key):
value = getattr(entity, key)
if callable(value):
value = value()
if isinstance(value, STR_TYPES):
value = str(value)
result[key] = value
return result
def cleanDict(target, filter_fields, escape_safe=False):
"""Returns a version of target with all specified fields html escaped
target: the dictionary that should be escaped
filter_fields: the fields that should be escaped
escape_false: also escape fields marked as safe
from django.utils.html import escape
from django.utils.safestring import SafeData
result = target.copy()
for field in filter_fields:
data = result[field]
if not data or (not escape_safe and isinstance(data, SafeData)):
result[field] = escape(data)
return result