Source code for plumbum.colorlib.styles

This file provides two classes, `Color` and `Style`.

``Color`` is rarely used directly,
but merely provides the workhorse for finding and manipulating colors.

With the ``Style`` class, any color can be directly called or given to a with statement.

from __future__ import print_function, absolute_import
import sys
import os
import re
from copy import copy
from .names import color_names, color_html
from .names import color_codes_simple, from_html
from .names import FindNearest, attributes_ansi
from abc import abstractmethod, ABCMeta
import platform

    from abc import ABC
except ImportError:
    from abc import ABCMeta  # type: ignore
    ABC = ABCMeta('ABC', (object, ), {
        '__module__': __name__,
        '__slots__': ('__weakref__')
    })  # type: ignore

    from typing import IO, Dict, Union
except ImportError:

__all__ = [
    'Color', 'Style', 'ANSIStyle', 'HTMLStyle', 'ColorNotFound',

_lower_camel_names = [n.replace('_', '') for n in color_names]

def get_color_repr():
    """Gets best colors for current system."""
    if not sys.stdout.isatty():
        return False

    term = os.environ.get("TERM", "")

    # Some terminals set TERM=xterm for compatibility
    if term.endswith("256color") or term == "xterm":
        return 3 if platform.system() == 'Darwin' else 4
    elif term.endswith("16color"):
        return 2
    elif term == "screen":
        return 1
    elif == 'nt':
        return 0
        return 3

[docs]class ColorNotFound(Exception): """Thrown when a color is not valid for a particular method.""" pass
[docs]class AttributeNotFound(Exception): """Similar to color not found, only for attributes.""" pass
class ResetNotSupported(Exception): """An exception indicating that Reset is not available for this Style.""" pass
[docs]class Color(ABC): """\ Loaded with ``(r, g, b, fg)`` or ``(color, fg=fg)``. The second signature is a short cut and will try full and hex loading. This class stores the idea of a color, rather than a specific implementation. It provides as many different tools for representations as possible, and can be subclassed to add more representations, though that should not be needed for most situations. ``.from_`` class methods provide quick ways to create colors given different representations. You will not usually interact with this class. Possible colors:: reset = Color() # The reset color by default background_reset = Color(fg=False) # Can be a background color blue = Color(0,0,255) # Red, Green, Blue green = Color.from_full("green") # Case insensitive name, from large colorset red = Color.from_full(1) # Color number white = Color.from_html("#FFFFFF") # HTML supported yellow = Color.from_simple("red") # Simple colorset The attributes are: .. data:: reset True it this is a reset color (following attributes don't matter if True) .. data:: rgb The red/green/blue tuple for this color .. data:: simple If true will stay to 16 color mode. .. data:: number The color number given the mode, closest to rgb if not rgb not exact, gives position of closest name. .. data:: fg This is a foreground color if True. Background color if False. """ __slots__ = ('fg', 'isreset', 'rgb', 'number', 'representation', 'exact')
[docs] def __init__(self, r_or_color=None, g=None, b=None, fg=True): """This works from color values, or tries to load non-simple ones.""" if isinstance(r_or_color, type(self)): for item in ('fg', 'isreset', 'rgb', 'number', 'representation', 'exact'): setattr(self, item, getattr(r_or_color, item)) return self.fg = fg self.isreset = True # Starts as reset color self.rgb = (0, 0, 0) self.number = None 'Number of the original color, or closest color' self.representation = 4 '0 for off, 1 for 8 colors, 2 for 16 colors, 3 for 256 colors, 4 for true color' self.exact = True 'This is false if the named color does not match the real color' if None in (g, b): if not r_or_color: return try: self._from_simple(r_or_color) except ColorNotFound: try: self._from_full(r_or_color) except ColorNotFound: self._from_hex(r_or_color) elif None not in (r_or_color, g, b): self.rgb = (r_or_color, g, b) self._init_number() else: raise ColorNotFound("Invalid parameters for a color!")
def _init_number(self): """Should always be called after filling in r, g, b, and representation. Color will not be a reset color anymore.""" if self.representation in (0, 1): number = FindNearest(*self.rgb).only_basic() elif self.representation == 2: number = FindNearest(*self.rgb).only_simple() elif self.representation in (3, 4): number = FindNearest(*self.rgb).all_fast() if self.number is None: self.number = number self.isreset = False self.exact = self.rgb == from_html(color_html[self.number]) if not self.exact: self.number = number
[docs] @classmethod def from_simple(cls, color, fg=True): """Creates a color from simple name or color number""" self = cls(fg=fg) self._from_simple(color) return self
def _from_simple(self, color): try: color = color.lower() color = color.replace(' ', '') color = color.replace('_', '') except AttributeError: pass if color == 'reset': return elif color in _lower_camel_names[:16]: self.number = _lower_camel_names.index(color) self.rgb = from_html(color_html[self.number]) elif isinstance(color, int) and 0 <= color < 16: self.number = color self.rgb = from_html(color_html[color]) else: raise ColorNotFound("Did not find color: " + repr(color)) self.representation = 2 self._init_number()
[docs] @classmethod def from_full(cls, color, fg=True): """Creates a color from full name or color number""" self = cls(fg=fg) self._from_full(color) return self
def _from_full(self, color): try: color = color.lower() color = color.replace(' ', '') color = color.replace('_', '') except AttributeError: pass if color == 'reset': return elif color in _lower_camel_names: self.number = _lower_camel_names.index(color) self.rgb = from_html(color_html[self.number]) elif isinstance(color, int) and 0 <= color <= 255: self.number = color self.rgb = from_html(color_html[color]) else: raise ColorNotFound("Did not find color: " + repr(color)) self.representation = 3 self._init_number()
[docs] @classmethod def from_hex(cls, color, fg=True): """Converts #123456 values to colors.""" self = cls(fg=fg) self._from_hex(color) return self
def _from_hex(self, color): try: self.rgb = from_html(color) except (TypeError, ValueError): raise ColorNotFound("Did not find htmlcode: " + repr(color)) self.representation = 4 self._init_number() @property def name(self): """The (closest) name of the current color""" if self.isreset: return 'reset' else: return color_names[self.number] @property def name_camelcase(self): """The camelcase name of the color""" return"_", " ").title().replace(" ", "")
[docs] def __repr__(self): """This class has a smart representation that shows name and color (if not unique).""" name = ['Deactivated:', ' Basic:', '', ' Full:', ' True:'][self.representation] name += '' if self.fg else ' Background' name += ' ' + self.name_camelcase name += '' if self.exact else ' ' + self.hex_code return name[1:]
[docs] def __eq__(self, other): """Reset colors are equal, otherwise rgb have to match.""" if self.isreset: return other.isreset else: return self.rgb == other.rgb
@property def ansi_sequence(self): """This is the ansi sequence as a string, ready to use.""" return '\033[' + ';'.join(map(str, self.ansi_codes)) + 'm' @property def ansi_codes(self): """This is the full ANSI code, can be reset, simple, 256, or full color.""" ansi_addition = 30 if self.fg else 40 if self.isreset: return (ansi_addition + 9, ) elif self.representation < 3: return (color_codes_simple[self.number] + ansi_addition, ) elif self.representation == 3: return (ansi_addition + 8, 5, self.number) else: return (ansi_addition + 8, 2, self.rgb[0], self.rgb[1], self.rgb[2]) @property def hex_code(self): """This is the hex code of the current color, html style notation.""" if self.isreset: return '#000000' else: return '#' + '{0[0]:02X}{0[1]:02X}{0[2]:02X}'.format(self.rgb)
[docs] def __str__(self): """This just prints it's simple name""" return
[docs] def to_representation(self, val): """Converts a color to any representation""" other = copy(self) other.representation = val if self.isreset: return other other.number = None other._init_number() return other
[docs] def limit_representation(self, val): """Only converts if val is lower than representation""" if self.representation <= val: return self else: return self.to_representation(val)
[docs]class Style(object): """This class allows the color changes to be called directly to write them to stdout, ``[]`` calls to wrap colors (or the ``.wrap`` method) and can be called in a with statement. """ __slots__ = ('attributes', 'fg', 'bg', 'isreset', '__weakref__') color_class = Color """The class of color to use. Never hardcode ``Color`` call when writing a Style method.""" attribute_names = None # type: Union[Dict[str,str], Dict[str,int]] _stdout = None # type: IO end = '\n' """The endline character. Override if needed in subclasses.""" ANSI_REG = re.compile('\033' + r'\[([\d;]+)m') """The regular expression that finds ansi codes in a string.""" @property def stdout(self): """\ This property will allow custom, class level control of stdout. It will use current sys.stdout if set to None (default). Unfortunately, it only works on an instance.. """ # Import sys repeated here to make calling this stable in atexit function import sys return self.__class__._stdout if self.__class__._stdout is not None else sys.stdout @stdout.setter def stdout(self, newout): self.__class__._stdout = newout
[docs] def __init__(self, attributes=None, fgcolor=None, bgcolor=None, reset=False): """This is usually initialized from a factory.""" if isinstance(attributes, type(self)): for item in ('attributes', 'fg', 'bg', 'isreset'): setattr(self, item, copy(getattr(attributes, item))) return self.attributes = attributes if attributes is not None else dict() self.fg = fgcolor = bgcolor self.isreset = reset invalid_attributes = set(self.attributes) - set(self.attribute_names) if len(invalid_attributes) > 0: raise AttributeNotFound("Attribute(s) not valid: " + ", ".join(invalid_attributes))
@classmethod def from_color(cls, color): if color.fg: self = cls(fgcolor=color) else: self = cls(bgcolor=color) return self
[docs] def invert(self): """This resets current color(s) and flips the value of all attributes present""" other = self.__class__() # Opposite of reset is reset if self.isreset: other.isreset = True return other # Flip all attributes for attribute in self.attributes: other.attributes[attribute] = not self.attributes[attribute] # Reset only if color present if self.fg: other.fg = self.fg.__class__() if = return other
@property def reset(self): """Shortcut to access reset as a property.""" return self.invert()
[docs] def __copy__(self): """Copy is supported, will make dictionary and colors unique.""" result = self.__class__() result.isreset = self.isreset result.fg = copy(self.fg) = copy( result.attributes = copy(self.attributes) return result
[docs] def __invert__(self): """This allows ~color.""" return self.invert()
[docs] def __add__(self, other): """Adding two matching Styles results in a new style with the combination of both. Adding with a string results in the string concatenation of a style. Addition is non-commutative, with the rightmost Style property being taken if both have the same property. (Not safe)""" if type(self) == type(other): result = copy(other) result.isreset = self.isreset or other.isreset for attribute in self.attributes: if attribute not in result.attributes: result.attributes[attribute] = self.attributes[attribute] if not result.fg: result.fg = self.fg if not = return result else: return other.__class__(self) + other
[docs] def __radd__(self, other): """This only gets called if the string is on the left side. (Not safe)""" return other + other.__class__(self)
[docs] def wrap(self, wrap_this): """Wrap a sting in this style and its inverse.""" return self + wrap_this + ~self
[docs] def __and__(self, other): """This class supports ``color & color2`` syntax, and ``color & "String" syntax too.``""" if type(self) == type(other): return self + other else: return self.wrap(other)
[docs] def __rand__(self, other): """This class supports ``"String:" & color`` syntax, excpet in Python 2.6 due to bug with that Python.""" return self.wrap(other)
[docs] def __ror__(self, other): """Support for "String" | color syntax""" return self.wrap(other)
[docs] def __or__(self, other): """This class supports ``color | color2`` syntax. It also supports ``"color | "String"`` syntax too. """ return self.__and__(other)
[docs] def __call__(self): """\ This is a shortcut to print color immediately to the stdout. (Not safe) """
[docs] def now(self): '''Immediately writes color to stdout. (Not safe)''' self.stdout.write(str(self))
[docs] def print(self, *printables, **kargs): """\ This acts like print; will print that argument to stdout wrapped in Style with the same syntax as the print function in 3.4.""" end = kargs.get('end', self.end) sep = kargs.get('sep', ' ') file = kargs.get('file', self.stdout) flush = kargs.get('flush', False) file.write(self.wrap(sep.join(map(str, printables))) + end) if flush: file.flush()
print_ = print """Shortcut just in case user not using __future__"""
[docs] def __getitem__(self, wrapped): """The [] syntax is supported for wrapping""" return self.wrap(wrapped)
[docs] def __enter__(self): """Context manager support""" self.stdout.write(str(self)) self.stdout.flush()
[docs] def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback): """Runs even if exception occurred, does not catch it.""" self.stdout.write(str(~self)) self.stdout.flush() return False
@property def ansi_codes(self): """Generates the full ANSI code sequence for a Style""" if self.isreset: return [0] codes = [] for attribute in self.attributes: if self.attributes[attribute]: codes.append(attributes_ansi[attribute]) else: # Fixing bold inverse being 22 instead of 21 on some terminals: codes.append(attributes_ansi[attribute] + 20 if attributes_ansi[attribute] != 1 else 22) if self.fg: codes.extend(self.fg.ansi_codes) if = False codes.extend( return codes @property def ansi_sequence(self): """This is the string ANSI sequence.""" codes = self.ansi_codes if codes: return '\033[' + ';'.join(map(str, self.ansi_codes)) + 'm' else: return ''
[docs] def __repr__(self): name = self.__class__.__name__ attributes = ', '.join( a for a in self.attributes if self.attributes[a]) neg_attributes = ', '.join( '-' + a for a in self.attributes if not self.attributes[a]) colors = ', '.join(repr(c) for c in [self.fg,] if c) string = '; '.join( s for s in [attributes, neg_attributes, colors] if s) if self.isreset: string = 'reset' return "<{0}: {1}>".format(name, string if string else 'empty')
[docs] def __eq__(self, other): """Equality is true only if reset, or if attributes, fg, and bg match.""" if type(self) == type(other): if self.isreset: return other.isreset else: return (self.attributes == other.attributes and self.fg == other.fg and == else: return str(self) == other
[docs] @abstractmethod def __str__(self): """Base Style does not implement a __str__ representation. This is the one required method of a subclass."""
[docs] @classmethod def from_ansi(cls, ansi_string, filter_resets=False): """This generated a style from an ansi string. Will ignore resets if filter_resets is True.""" result = cls() res = for group in res.groups(): sequence = map(int, group.split(';')) result.add_ansi(sequence, filter_resets) return result
[docs] def add_ansi(self, sequence, filter_resets=False): """Adds a sequence of ansi numbers to the class. Will ignore resets if filter_resets is True.""" values = iter(sequence) try: while True: value = next(values) if value == 38 or value == 48: fg = value == 38 value = next(values) if value == 5: value = next(values) if fg: self.fg = self.color_class.from_full(value) else: = self.color_class.from_full( value, fg=False) elif value == 2: r = next(values) g = next(values) b = next(values) if fg: self.fg = self.color_class(r, g, b) else: = self.color_class(r, g, b, fg=False) else: raise ColorNotFound( "the value 5 or 2 should follow a 38 or 48") elif value == 0: if filter_resets is False: self.isreset = True elif value in attributes_ansi.values(): for name in attributes_ansi: if value == attributes_ansi[name]: self.attributes[name] = True elif value in (20 + n for n in attributes_ansi.values()): if filter_resets is False: for name in attributes_ansi: if value == attributes_ansi[name] + 20: self.attributes[name] = False elif 30 <= value <= 37: self.fg = self.color_class.from_simple(value - 30) elif 40 <= value <= 47: = self.color_class.from_simple( value - 40, fg=False) elif 90 <= value <= 97: self.fg = self.color_class.from_simple(value - 90 + 8) elif 100 <= value <= 107: = self.color_class.from_simple( value - 100 + 8, fg=False) elif value == 39: if filter_resets is False: self.fg = self.color_class() elif value == 49: if filter_resets is False: = self.color_class(fg=False) else: raise ColorNotFound( "The code {0} is not recognised".format(value)) except StopIteration: return
[docs] @classmethod def string_filter_ansi(cls, colored_string): """Filters out colors in a string, returning only the name.""" return cls.ANSI_REG.sub('', colored_string)
[docs] @classmethod def string_contains_colors(cls, colored_string): """Checks to see if a string contains colors.""" return len(cls.ANSI_REG.findall(colored_string)) > 0
[docs] def to_representation(self, rep): """This converts both colors to a specific representation""" other = copy(self) if other.fg: other.fg = other.fg.to_representation(rep) if = return other
[docs] def limit_representation(self, rep): """This only converts if true representation is higher""" if rep is True or rep is False: return self other = copy(self) if other.fg: other.fg = other.fg.limit_representation(rep) if = return other
@property def basic(self): """The color in the 8 color representation.""" return self.to_representation(1) @property def simple(self): """The color in the 16 color representation.""" return self.to_representation(2) @property def full(self): """The color in the 256 color representation.""" return self.to_representation(3) @property def true(self): """The color in the true color representation.""" return self.to_representation(4)
[docs]class ANSIStyle(Style): """This is a subclass for ANSI styles. Use it to get color on sys.stdout tty terminals on posix systems. Set ``use_color = True/False`` if you want to control color for anything using this Style.""" __slots__ = () use_color = get_color_repr() attribute_names = attributes_ansi
[docs] def __str__(self): if not self.use_color: return '' else: return self.limit_representation(self.use_color).ansi_sequence
[docs]class HTMLStyle(Style): """This was meant to be a demo of subclassing Style, but actually can be a handy way to quickly color html text.""" __slots__ = () attribute_names = dict( bold='b', em='em', italics='i', li='li', underline='span style="text-decoration: underline;"', code='code', ol='ol start=0', strikeout='s') end = '<br/>\n'
[docs] def __str__(self): if self.isreset: raise ResetNotSupported("HTML does not support global resets!") result = '' if and not result += '<span style="background-color: {0}">'.format( if self.fg and not self.fg.isreset: result += '<font color="{0}">'.format(self.fg.hex_code) for attr in sorted(self.attributes): if self.attributes[attr]: result += '<' + self.attribute_names[attr] + '>' for attr in reversed(sorted(self.attributes)): if not self.attributes[attr]: result += '</' + self.attribute_names[attr].split(" ")[0] + '>' if self.fg and self.fg.isreset: result += '</font>' if and result += '</span>' return result