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complete the Exception's list when catching JID error: - Twisted JID constructor raises not only jid.InvalidFormat but also RuntimeError and AttributeError
author souliane <>
date Tue, 15 Dec 2015 13:30:47 +0100
parents 3265a2639182
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# SàT plugin for managing text commands
# Copyright (C) 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Jérôme Poisson (

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from sat.core.i18n import _
from sat.core.constants import Const as C
from sat.core import exceptions
from twisted.words.protocols.jabber import jid
from twisted.internet import defer
from sat.core.log import getLogger
log = getLogger(__name__)
from twisted.python import failure
from collections import OrderedDict

    "name": "Text commands",
    "import_name": C.TEXT_CMDS,
    "type": "Misc",
    "protocols": [],
    "dependencies": [],
    "main": "TextCommands",
    "handler": "no",
    "description": _("""IRC like text commands""")

class InvalidCommandSyntax(Exception):
    """Throwed while parsing @command in docstring if syntax is invalid"""

CMD_KEY = "@command"
CMD_TYPES = ('group', 'one2one', 'all')

class TextCommands(object):
    #FIXME: doc strings for commands have to be translatable
    #       plugins need a dynamic translation system (translation
    #       should be downloadable independently)

    HELP_SUGGESTION = _("Type '/help' to get a list of the available commands. If you didn't want to use a command, please start your message with '//' to escape the slash.")

    def __init__(self, host):"Text commands initialization")) = host
        host.trigger.add("sendMessage", self.sendMessageTrigger)
        self._commands = {}
        self._whois = []

    def _parseDocString(self, cmd, cmd_name):
        """Parse a docstring to get text command data

        @param cmd: function or method callback for the command,
            its docstring will be used for self documentation in the following way:
            - first line is the command short documentation, shown with /help
            - @command keyword can be used, see for documentation
        @return (dict): dictionary with parsed data where key can be:
            - "doc_short_help" (default: ""): the untranslated short documentation
            - "type" (default "all"): the command type as specified in documentation
            - "args" (default: ""): the arguments available, using syntax specified in documentation.
            - "doc_arg_[name]": the doc of [name] argument
        data = OrderedDict([('doc_short_help', ""),
                            ('type', 'all'),
                            ('args', '')])
        docstring = cmd.__doc__
        if docstring is None:
            log.warning(u"Not docstring found for command {}".format(cmd_name))
            docstring = ""

        doc_data = docstring.split("\n")
        data["doc_short_help"] = doc_data[0]

            cmd_indent = 0 # >0 when @command is found are we are parsing it

            for line in doc_data:
                stripped = line.strip()
                if cmd_indent and line[cmd_indent:cmd_indent+5] == "    -":
                    colon_idx = line.find(":")
                    if colon_idx == -1:
                        raise InvalidCommandSyntax("No colon found in argument description")
                    arg_name = line[cmd_indent+6:colon_idx].strip()
                    if not arg_name:
                        raise InvalidCommandSyntax("No name found in argument description")
                    arg_help = line[colon_idx+1:].strip()
                    data["doc_arg_{}".format(arg_name)] = arg_help
                elif cmd_indent:
                    # we are parsing command and indent level is not good, it's finished
                elif stripped.startswith(CMD_KEY):
                    cmd_indent = line.find(CMD_KEY)

                    # type
                    colon_idx = stripped.find(":")
                    if colon_idx == -1:
                        raise InvalidCommandSyntax("missing colon")
                    type_data = stripped[len(CMD_KEY):colon_idx].strip()
                    if len(type_data) == 0:
                    elif len(type_data) <= 2 or type_data[0] != '(' or type_data[-1] != ')':
                        raise InvalidCommandSyntax("Bad type data syntax")
                    type_ = type_data[1:-1]
                    if type_ not in CMD_TYPES:
                        raise InvalidCommandSyntax("Unknown type {}".format(type_))
                    data["type"] = type_

                    data["args"] = stripped[colon_idx+1:].strip()
        except InvalidCommandSyntax as e:
            log.warning(u"Invalid command syntax for command {command}: {message}".format(command=cmd_name, message=e.message))

        return data

    def registerTextCommands(self, instance):
        """ Add a text command

        @param instance: instance of a class containing text commands
        for attr in dir(instance):
            if attr.startswith('cmd_'):
                cmd = getattr(instance, attr)
                if not callable(cmd):
                    log.warning(_(u"Skipping not callable [%s] attribute") % attr)
                cmd_name = attr[4:]
                if not cmd_name:
                    log.warning(_("Skipping cmd_ method"))
                if cmd_name in self._commands:
                    while (cmd_name + str(suff)) in self._commands:
                    new_name = cmd_name + str(suff)
                    log.warning(_(u"Conflict for command [%(old_name)s], renaming it to [%(new_name)s]") % {'old_name': cmd_name, 'new_name': new_name})
                    cmd_name = new_name
                self._commands[cmd_name] = cmd_data = OrderedDict({'callback':cmd}) # We use an Ordered dict to keep documenation order
                cmd_data.update(self._parseDocString(cmd, cmd_name))
      "Registered text command [%s]") % cmd_name)

    def addWhoIsCb(self, callback, priority=0):
        """Add a callback which give information to the /whois command

        @param callback: a callback which will be called with the following arguments
            - whois_msg: list of information strings to display, callback need to append its own strings to it
            - target_jid: full jid from whom we want information
            - profile: %(doc_profile)s
        @param priority: priority of the information to show (the highest priority will be displayed first)
        self._whois.append((priority, callback))
        self._whois.sort(key=lambda item: item[0], reverse=True)

    def sendMessageTrigger(self, mess_data, pre_xml_treatments, post_xml_treatments, profile):
        """ Install SendMessage command hook """
        pre_xml_treatments.addCallback(self._sendMessageCmdHook, profile)
        return True

    def _sendMessageCmdHook(self, mess_data, profile):
        """ Check text commands in message, and react consequently

        msg starting with / are potential command. If a command is found, it is executed, else and help message is sent
        msg starting with // are escaped: they are sent with a single /
        commands can abord message sending (if they return anything evaluating to False), or continue it (if they return True), eventually after modifying the message
        an "unparsed" key is added to message, containing part of the message not yet parsed
        commands can be deferred or not
        @param mess_data(dict): data comming from sendMessage trigger
        @param profile: %(doc_profile)s
        msg = mess_data["message"]
            if msg[:2] == '//':
                # we have a double '/', it's the escape sequence
                mess_data["message"] = msg[1:]
                return mess_data
            if msg[0] != '/':
                return mess_data
        except IndexError:
            return mess_data

        # we have a command
        d = None
        command = msg[1:].partition(' ')[0].lower()
        if command.isalpha():
            # looks like an actual command, we try to call the corresponding method
            def retHandling(ret):
                """ Handle command return value:
                if ret is True, normally send message (possibly modified by command)
                else, abord message sending
                if ret:
                    return mess_data
                    log.debug("text commands took over")
                    raise failure.Failure(exceptions.CancelError())

            def genericErrback(failure):
                self.feedBack("Command failed with condition '%s'" % failure.value.condition, mess_data, profile)
                return False

            mess_data["unparsed"] = msg[1 + len(command):]  # part not yet parsed of the message
                cmd_data = self._commands[command]
            except KeyError:
                self.feedBack(_("Unknown command /%s. ") % command + self.HELP_SUGGESTION, mess_data, profile)
                log.debug("text commands took over")
                raise failure.Failure(exceptions.CancelError())
                if not self._contextValid(mess_data, cmd_data):
                    # The command is not launched in the right context, we throw a message with help instructions
                    context_txt = _("group discussions") if cmd_data["type"] == "group" else _("one to one discussions")
                    feedback = _("/{command} command only applies in {context}.").format(command=command, context=context_txt)
                    self.feedBack(u"{} {}".format(feedback, self.HELP_SUGGESTION), mess_data, profile)
                    log.debug("text commands took over")
                    raise failure.Failure(exceptions.CancelError())
                    d = defer.maybeDeferred(cmd_data["callback"], mess_data, profile)

        return d or mess_data  # if a command is detected, we should have a deferred, else we send the message normally

    def _contextValid(self, mess_data, cmd_data):
        """Tell if a command can be used in the given context

        @param mess_data(dict): message data as given in sendMessage trigger
        @param cmd_data(dict): command data as returned by self._parseDocString
        @return (bool): True if command can be used in this context
        if ((cmd_data['type'] == "group" and mess_data["type"] != "groupchat") or
            (cmd_data['type'] == 'one2one' and mess_data["type"] == "groupchat")):
            return False
        return True

    def getRoomJID(self, arg, service_jid):
        """Return a room jid with a shortcut

        @param arg: argument: can be a full room jid (e.g.:
                    or a shortcut (e.g.: sat or sat@ for sat on current service)
        @param service_jid: jid of the current service (e.g.:
        nb_arobas = arg.count('@')
        if nb_arobas == 1:
            if arg[-1] != '@':
                return jid.JID(arg)
            return jid.JID(arg + service_jid)
        return jid.JID(u"%s@%s" % (arg, service_jid))

    def feedBack(self, message, mess_data, profile):
        """Give a message back to the user"""
        if mess_data["type"] == 'groupchat':
            _from = mess_data["to"].userhostJID()
            _from =[0]["to"]), message, C.MESS_TYPE_INFO, unicode(_from), {}, profile=profile)

    def cmd_whois(self, mess_data, profile):
        """show informations on entity

        @command: [JID|ROOM_NICK]
            - JID: entity to request
            - ROOM_NICK: nick of the room to request
        log.debug("Catched whois command")

        entity = mess_data["unparsed"].strip()

        if mess_data['type'] == "groupchat":
            room = mess_data["to"].userhostJID()
                if["XEP-0045"].isNickInRoom(room, entity, profile):
                    entity = u"%s/%s" % (room, entity)
            except KeyError:
                log.warning("plugin XEP-0045 is not present")

        if not entity:
            target_jid = mess_data["to"]
                target_jid = jid.JID(entity)
                if not target_jid.user or not
                    raise jid.InvalidFormat
            except (RuntimeError, jid.InvalidFormat, AttributeError):
                self.feedBack(_("Invalid jid, can't whois"), mess_data, profile)
                return False

        if not target_jid.resource:
            target_jid.resource =, profile)

        whois_msg = [_(u"whois for %(jid)s") % {'jid': target_jid}]

        d = defer.succeed(None)
        for ignore, callback in self._whois:
            d.addCallback(lambda ignore: callback(whois_msg, mess_data, target_jid, profile))

        def feedBack(ignore):
            self.feedBack(u"\n".join(whois_msg), mess_data, profile)
            return False

        return d

    def _getArgsHelp(self, cmd_data):
        """Return help string for args of cmd_name, according to docstring data

        @param cmd_data: command data
        @return (list[unicode]): help strings
        strings = []
        for doc_name, doc_help in cmd_data.iteritems():
            if doc_name.startswith("doc_arg_"):
                arg_name = doc_name[8:]
                strings.append(u"- {name}: {doc_help}".format(name=arg_name, doc_help=_(doc_help)))

        return strings

    def cmd_help(self, mess_data, profile):
        """show help on available commands

        @command: [cmd_name]
            - cmd_name: name of the command for detailed help
        cmd_name = mess_data["unparsed"].strip()
        if cmd_name and cmd_name[0] == "/":
            cmd_name = cmd_name[1:]
        if cmd_name and cmd_name not in self._commands:
            self.feedBack(_(u"Invalid command name [{}]\n".format(cmd_name)), mess_data, profile)
            cmd_name = ""
        if not cmd_name:
            # we show the global help
            longuest = max([len(command) for command in self._commands])
            help_cmds = []

            for command in sorted(self._commands):
                cmd_data = self._commands[command]
                if not self._contextValid(mess_data, cmd_data):
                spaces = (longuest - len(command)) * ' '
                help_cmds.append("    /{command}: {spaces} {short_help}".format(

            help_mess = _(u"Text commands available:\n%s") % (u'\n'.join(help_cmds), )
            # we show detailled help for a command
            cmd_data = self._commands[cmd_name]
            syntax = cmd_data["args"]
            help_mess = _(u"/{name}: {short_help}\n{syntax}{args_help}").format(
                syntax=_(" "*4+"syntax: {}\n").format(syntax) if syntax else "",
                args_help=u'\n'.join([u" "*8+"{}".format(line) for line in self._getArgsHelp(cmd_data)]))

        self.feedBack(help_mess, mess_data, profile)

    def cmd_me(self, mess_data, profile):
        """Display a message at third person

        @command: message
            - message: message to display at the third person
        # We just catch the method and continue it as the frontends should manage /me display
        return True