tools/rql_analyze.py
author Simon Chabot <simon.chabot@logilab.fr>
Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:10:43 +0100
changeset 860 abda658fe2ae
parent 858 787710f6cbf3
permissions -rw-r--r--
autopep8: F841 undefined name Special cases: - `long` and `unicode` no longer exist in python 3. I added a "# noqa" comment to avoid warnings. - `cmp` method no longer exist in python 3. It was used in the `test/unittest_analyze.py` file in the __cmp__ method. It appears that when this method is removed, all the tests are still valid. Therefore I dropped it.

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from __future__ import print_function

from ginco.server.schema_readers import load_schema
from rql import RQLHelper
from rql.analyze import ETypeResolver, ETypeResolver2
import sys


SCHEMA_DIRECTORY = "/home/ludal/SB/prive/soft/ginco/applications/crm/schema"
APP_NAME = "toto"

schema = load_schema(SCHEMA_DIRECTORY, APP_NAME)

# print(schema)


def cmp_sol(sol1, sol2):
    ret = True
    for l in sol1:
        if l not in sol2:
            ret = False
            print("Sol1", l)
    for l in sol2:
        if l not in sol1:
            ret = False
            print("Sol2", l)
    return ret


def analyze_rq(rq):
    print("RQL:", rq)
    helper1 = RQLHelper(schema, Resolver=ETypeResolver)
    helper2 = RQLHelper(schema, Resolver=ETypeResolver2)
    node1 = helper1.parse(rq)
    node2 = helper2.parse(rq)
    sol1 = helper1.get_solutions(node1)
    sol2 = helper2.get_solutions(node2)
    return helper1, helper2, node1, node2, sol1, sol2


if len(sys.argv) < 2:
    print("Usage: rql_analyze.py file")
    sys.exit(1)


for l in open(sys.argv[1]):
    helper1, helper2, node1, node2, sol1, sol2 = analyze_rq(l)
    an1 = helper1._rql_analyser
    an2 = helper2._rql_analyser
    if not cmp_sol(sol1, sol2):
        break