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# html.py - parser functions for html content
# Copyright (C) 2005, 2006, 2007 Arthur de Jong
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"""Parser functions for processing HTML content. This a front-end
module that tries to load the BeatifulSoup parser first and falls
back to loading the legacy HTMLParser parser."""

import debugio
import re
import htmlentitydefs

# the list of mimetypes this module should be able to handle
mimetypes = ('text/html', 'application/xhtml+xml', 'text/x-server-parsed-html')

# pattern for matching all html entities
_entitypattern = re.compile('&(#[0-9]{1,6}|[a-zA-Z]{2,10});')

def htmlescape(txt, inattr=False):
    """HTML escape the given string and return an ASCII clean string with
    known entities and character entities for the other values.
    If the inattr parameter is set quotes and newlines will also be escaped."""
    # check for empty string
    if not txt:
        return u''
    # convert to unicode object
    if not isinstance(txt, unicode):
        txt = unicode(txt, errors='replace')
    # the output string
    out = ''
    # loop over the characters of the string
    for c in txt:
        if c == '"':
            if inattr:
                out += '&%s;' % htmlentitydefs.codepoint2name[ord(c)]
                out += '"'
        elif htmlentitydefs.codepoint2name.has_key(ord(c)):
            out += '&%s;' % htmlentitydefs.codepoint2name[ord(c)]
        elif ord(c) > 126:
            out += '&#%d;'% ord(c)
        elif inattr and c == u'\n':
            out += '
            out += c.encode('utf-8')
    return out

def _unescape_entity(match):
    """Helper function for htmlunescape().
    This funcion unescapes a html entity, it is passed to the sub()
    if htmlentitydefs.name2codepoint.has_key(match.group(1)):
        # we have a named entity, return proper character
        return unichr(htmlentitydefs.name2codepoint[match.group(1)])
    elif match.group(1)[0] == '#':
        # we have a numeric entity, replace with proper character
        return unichr(int(match.group(1)[1:]))
        # we have something else, just keep the original
        return match.group(0)

def htmlunescape(txt):
    """This function unescapes a html encoded string.
    This function returns a unicode string."""
    # check for empty string
    if not txt:
        return u''
    # convert to unicode
    if not isinstance(txt, unicode):
        txt = unicode(txt, errors='replace')
    # replace &name; and &#nn; refs with proper characters
    txt = _entitypattern.sub(_unescape_entity, txt)
    # we're done
    return txt

def parse(content, link):
    """Parse the specified content and extract an url list, a list of images a
    title and an author. The content is assumed to contain HMTL."""
        # try BeautifulSoup parser first
        import parsers.html.beautifulsoup
        debugio.debug('parsers.html.parse(): the BeautifulSoup parser is ok')
        parsers.html.parse = parsers.html.beautifulsoup.parse
    except ImportError:
        # fall back to legacy HTMLParser parser
        debugio.warn('falling back to the legacy HTML parser, consider installing BeautifulSoup')
        import parsers.html.htmlparser
        parsers.html.parse = parsers.html.htmlparser.parse
    # call the actual parse function
    parse(content, link)

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