Source code for tempest.lib.cli.output_parser

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"""Collection of utilities for parsing CLI clients output."""

import re

from oslo_log import log as logging

from tempest.lib import exceptions

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

delimiter_line = re.compile(r'^\+\-[\+\-]+\-\+$')

[docs]def details_multiple(output_lines, with_label=False): """Return list of dicts with item details from cli output tables. If with_label is True, key '__label' is added to each items dict. For more about 'label' see OutputParser.tables(). """ items = [] tables_ = tables(output_lines) for table_ in tables_: if ('Property' not in table_['headers'] or 'Value' not in table_['headers']): raise exceptions.InvalidStructure() item = {} for value in table_['values']: item[value[0]] = value[1] if with_label: item['__label'] = table_['label'] items.append(item) return items
[docs]def details(output_lines, with_label=False): """Return dict with details of first item (table) found in output.""" items = details_multiple(output_lines, with_label) return items[0]
[docs]def listing(output_lines): """Return list of dicts with basic item info parsed from cli output.""" items = [] table_ = table(output_lines) for row in table_['values']: item = {} for col_idx, col_key in enumerate(table_['headers']): item[col_key] = row[col_idx] items.append(item) return items
[docs]def tables(output_lines): """Find all ascii-tables in output and parse them. Return list of tables parsed from cli output as dicts. (see OutputParser.table()) And, if found, label key (separated line preceding the table) is added to each tables dict. """ tables_ = [] table_ = [] label = None start = False header = False if not isinstance(output_lines, list): output_lines = output_lines.split('\n') for line in output_lines: if delimiter_line.match(line): if not start: start = True elif not header: # we are after head area header = True else: # table ends here start = header = None table_.append(line) parsed = table(table_) parsed['label'] = label tables_.append(parsed) table_ = [] label = None continue if start: table_.append(line) else: if label is None: label = line else: LOG.warning('Invalid line between tables: %s', line) if table_: LOG.warning('Missing end of table') return tables_
[docs]def table(output_lines): """Parse single table from cli output. Return dict with list of column names in 'headers' key and rows in 'values' key. """ table_ = {'headers': [], 'values': []} columns = None if not isinstance(output_lines, list): output_lines = output_lines.split('\n') if not output_lines[-1]: # skip last line if empty (just newline at the end) output_lines = output_lines[:-1] for line in output_lines: if delimiter_line.match(line): columns = _table_columns(line) continue if '|' not in line: LOG.warning('skipping invalid table line: %s', line) continue row = [] for col in columns: row.append(line[col[0]:col[1]].strip()) if table_['headers']: table_['values'].append(row) else: table_['headers'] = row return table_
def _table_columns(first_table_row): """Find column ranges in output line. Return list of tuples (start,end) for each column detected by plus (+) characters in delimiter line. """ positions = [] start = 1 # there is '+' at 0 while start < len(first_table_row): end = first_table_row.find('+', start) if end == -1: break positions.append((start, end)) start = end + 1 return positions