tools/rql_cmp.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 rql.rqlparse import parse as cparse
from rql import parse
from rql.compare2 import make_canon_dict
import sys
from rql.nodes import *
from rql.stmts import *
from pprint import pprint

builder = {
    "Constant": Constant,
    "Function": Function,
    "Relation": Relation,
    "Comparison": Comparison,
    "And": AND,
    "Or": OR,
    "VariableRef": VariableRef,
    "Insert": Insert,
    "Select": Select,
    "Delete": Delete,
    "Update": Update,
    "MathExpression": MathExpression,
    "Sort": Sort,
    "Sortterm": SortTerm,
}


f = file(sys.argv[1])
for l in f:
    # print(l, end="")
    x1 = cparse(l, builder)
    x2 = parse(l)
    l = l.strip()
    d1 = make_canon_dict(x1)
    d2 = make_canon_dict(x2)
    t = d1 == d2
    print('%s : "%s"' % (t, l))
    if not t:
        print("CPP", x1)
        pprint(d1)
        print("PYT", x2)
        pprint(d2)