Source code for hypothesis.extra.lark

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"""
----------------
hypothesis[lark]
----------------

This extra can be used to generate strings matching any context-free grammar,
using the `Lark parser library <https://github.com/lark-parser/lark>`_.

It currently only supports Lark's native EBNF syntax, but we plan to extend
this to support other common syntaxes such as ANTLR and :rfc:`5234` ABNF.
Lark already `supports loading grammars
<https://github.com/lark-parser/lark#how-to-use-nearley-grammars-in-lark>`_
from `nearley.js <https://nearley.js.org/>`_, so you may not have to write
your own at all.

Note that as Lark is at version 0.x, this module *may* break API compatibility
in minor releases if supporting the latest version of Lark would otherwise be
infeasible.  We may also be quite aggressive in bumping the minimum version of
Lark, unless someone volunteers to either fund or do the maintainence.
"""

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import attr
import lark
from lark.grammar import NonTerminal, Terminal

import hypothesis._strategies as st
from hypothesis.errors import InvalidArgument
from hypothesis.internal.compat import getfullargspec, string_types
from hypothesis.internal.conjecture.utils import calc_label_from_name
from hypothesis.internal.validation import check_type
from hypothesis.searchstrategy import SearchStrategy

if False:
    from typing import Dict, Text  # noqa

__all__ = ["from_lark"]


@attr.s()
class DrawState(object):
    """Tracks state of a single draw from a lark grammar.

    Currently just wraps a list of tokens that will be emitted at the
    end, but as we support more sophisticated parsers this will need
    to track more state for e.g. indentation level.
    """

    # The text output so far as a list of string tokens resulting from
    # each draw to a non-terminal.
    result = attr.ib(default=attr.Factory(list))


def get_terminal_names(terminals, rules, ignore_names):
    """Get names of all terminals in the grammar.

    The arguments are the results of calling ``Lark.grammar.compile()``,
    so you would think that the ``terminals`` and ``ignore_names`` would
    have it all... but they omit terminals created with ``@declare``,
    which appear only in the expansion(s) of nonterminals.
    """
    names = {t.name for t in terminals} | set(ignore_names)
    for rule in rules:
        names |= {t.name for t in rule.expansion if isinstance(t, Terminal)}
    return names


class LarkStrategy(SearchStrategy):
    """Low-level strategy implementation wrapping a Lark grammar.

    See ``from_lark`` for details.
    """

    def __init__(self, grammar, start, explicit):
        assert isinstance(grammar, lark.lark.Lark)
        if start is None:
            start = grammar.options.start
        if not isinstance(start, list):
            start = [start]
        self.grammar = grammar

        if "start" in getfullargspec(grammar.grammar.compile).args:
            terminals, rules, ignore_names = grammar.grammar.compile(start)
        else:  # pragma: no cover
            # This branch is to support lark <= 0.7.1, without the start argument.
            terminals, rules, ignore_names = grammar.grammar.compile()

        self.names_to_symbols = {}

        for r in rules:
            t = r.origin
            self.names_to_symbols[t.name] = t

        for t in terminals:
            self.names_to_symbols[t.name] = Terminal(t.name)

        self.start = st.sampled_from([self.names_to_symbols[s] for s in start])

        self.ignored_symbols = tuple(self.names_to_symbols[n] for n in ignore_names)

        self.terminal_strategies = {
            t.name: st.from_regex(t.pattern.to_regexp(), fullmatch=True)
            for t in terminals
        }
        unknown_explicit = set(explicit) - get_terminal_names(
            terminals, rules, ignore_names
        )
        if unknown_explicit:
            raise InvalidArgument(
                "The following arguments were passed as explicit_strategies, "
                "but there is no such terminal production in this grammar: %r"
                % (sorted(unknown_explicit),)
            )
        self.terminal_strategies.update(explicit)

        nonterminals = {}

        for rule in rules:
            nonterminals.setdefault(rule.origin.name, []).append(tuple(rule.expansion))

        for v in nonterminals.values():
            v.sort(key=len)

        self.nonterminal_strategies = {
            k: st.sampled_from(v) for k, v in nonterminals.items()
        }

        self.__rule_labels = {}

    def do_draw(self, data):
        state = DrawState()
        start = data.draw(self.start)
        self.draw_symbol(data, start, state)
        return u"".join(state.result)

    def rule_label(self, name):
        try:
            return self.__rule_labels[name]
        except KeyError:
            return self.__rule_labels.setdefault(
                name, calc_label_from_name("LARK:%s" % (name,))
            )

    def draw_symbol(self, data, symbol, draw_state):
        if isinstance(symbol, Terminal):
            try:
                strategy = self.terminal_strategies[symbol.name]
            except KeyError:
                raise InvalidArgument(
                    "Undefined terminal %r. Generation does not currently support "
                    "use of %%declare unless you pass `explicit`, a dict of "
                    'names-to-strategies, such as `{%r: st.just("")}`'
                    % (symbol.name, symbol.name)
                )
            draw_state.result.append(data.draw(strategy))
        else:
            assert isinstance(symbol, NonTerminal)
            data.start_example(self.rule_label(symbol.name))
            expansion = data.draw(self.nonterminal_strategies[symbol.name])
            for e in expansion:
                self.draw_symbol(data, e, draw_state)
                self.gen_ignore(data, draw_state)
            data.stop_example()

    def gen_ignore(self, data, draw_state):
        if self.ignored_symbols and data.draw_bits(2) == 3:
            emit = data.draw(st.sampled_from(self.ignored_symbols))
            self.draw_symbol(data, emit, draw_state)

    def calc_has_reusable_values(self, recur):
        return True


def check_explicit(name):
    def inner(value):
        check_type(string_types, value, "value drawn from " + name)
        return value

    return inner


[docs]@st.cacheable @st.defines_strategy_with_reusable_values def from_lark( grammar, # type: lark.lark.Lark start=None, # type: Text explicit=None, # type: Dict[Text, st.SearchStrategy[Text]] ): # type: (...) -> st.SearchStrategy[Text] """A strategy for strings accepted by the given context-free grammar. ``grammar`` must be a ``Lark`` object, which wraps an EBNF specification. The Lark EBNF grammar reference can be found `here <https://lark-parser.readthedocs.io/en/latest/grammar/>`_. ``from_lark`` will automatically generate strings matching the nonterminal ``start`` symbol in the grammar, which was supplied as an argument to the Lark class. To generate strings matching a different symbol, including terminals, you can override this by passing the ``start`` argument to ``from_lark``. Note that Lark may remove unreachable productions when the grammar is compiled, so you should probably pass the same value for ``start`` to both. Currently ``from_lark`` does not support grammars that need custom lexing. Any lexers will be ignored, and any undefined terminals from the use of ``%declare`` will result in generation errors. To define strategies for such terminals, pass a dictionary mapping their name to a corresponding strategy as the ``explicit`` argument. The :pypi:`hypothesmith` project includes a strategy for Python source, based on a grammar and careful post-processing. """ check_type(lark.lark.Lark, grammar, "grammar") if explicit is None: explicit = {} else: check_type(dict, explicit, "explicit") explicit = { k: v.map(check_explicit("explicit[%r]=%r" % (k, v))) for k, v in explicit.items() } return LarkStrategy(grammar, start, explicit)