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##############################################################################
#
# Copyright (c) 2008-2009 Nexedi SA and Contributors. All Rights Reserved.
#                    Vincent Pelletier <vincent@nexedi.com>
#
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from lexer import lexer, update_docstrings

# TODO: remove the special OPERATOR case: it does not work when there are both a valid and an invalid operator

class AdvancedSearchTextDetector(lexer):

  def t_OPERATOR(self, t):
    r'(>=?|<=?|!?=)[ ]*'
    return t

  def t_LEFT_PARENTHESE(self, t):
    self.found = True
    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def t_STRING(self, t):
    self.found = True
    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def t_COLUMN(self, t):
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    self.found = self.isColumn(t.value[:-1])
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    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def t_OR(self, t):
    self.found = True
    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def t_AND(self, t):
    self.found = True
    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def t_NOT(self, t):
    self.found = True
    t.type = 'WORD'
    return t

  def p_search_text(self, p):
    '''search_text : value
                   | value search_text'''
    if len(p) == 2:
      p[0] = p[1]
    else:
      p[0] = p[1] or p[2]

  def p_value(self, p):
    '''value : WORD
             | OPERATOR WORD'''
    p[0] = len(p) == 3 and ' ' not in p[1]

  tokens = (
    'WORD',
    'OPERATOR')

  def real_token(self):
    return lexer.token(self)

  def token(self):
    return self.token_list.pop(0)

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  def __call__(self, input, is_column):
    self.isColumn = is_column
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    try:
      self.found = False
      check_grammar = False
      self.token_list = token_list = []
      append = token_list.append
      self.input(input)
      while not self.found:
        token = self.real_token()
        append(token)
        if token is None:
          break
        if token.type == 'OPERATOR':
          check_grammar = True
      if not self.found and check_grammar:
        self.found = self.parse()
      return self.found
    finally:
      self.isColumn = None
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update_docstrings(AdvancedSearchTextDetector)