author Sylvain Thénault <sylvain.thenault@logilab.fr>
Thu, 17 Jun 2010 15:11:44 +0200
changeset 563 ba03d9f51737
parent 537 ff1c66776652
permissions -rw-r--r--
rql stcheck now check for backend availability of function

# copyright 2004-2010 LOGILAB S.A. (Paris, FRANCE), all rights reserved.
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# This file is part of rql.
# rql is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
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"""RQL functions for manipulating syntax trees."""

__docformat__ = "restructuredtext en"

from rql.nodes import Constant, Variable, VariableRef, Relation, make_relation

def switch_selection(rqlst, new_var, old_var):
    """Switch the select variable from old_var (VariableRef instance) to
    new_var (Variable instance).
    rqlst.add_selected(new_var, 0)

def add_main_restriction(rqlst, new_type, r_type, direction):
    """The result_tree must represent the same restriction as 'rqlst' and :
       - 'new_varname' IS <new_type>
       - 'old_main_var' <r_type> 'new_varname'
    new_var = rqlst.make_variable(new_type)
    # new_var IS new_type
    rqlst.add_restriction(make_relation(new_var, 'is', (new_type, 'etype'),
    # new_var REL old_var (ou l'inverse)
    old_var = rqlst.selected[0]
    if direction == 'subject':
        rel_rest = make_relation(old_var.variable, r_type, (new_var, 1),
        rel_rest = make_relation(new_var, r_type, (old_var.variable, 1),
    return new_var

def remove_has_text_relation(node):
    """Remove has_text relation."""
    for rel in node.iget_nodes(Relation):
        if rel.r_type == 'has_text':

def get_vars_relations(node):
    """Return a dict with 'var_names' as keys, and the list of relations which
    concern them.
    exp_concerns = {}
    for exp in node.iget_nodes(Relation):
        for vref in exp.iget_nodes(VariableRef):
            exp_concerns.setdefault(vref.name, []).append(exp)
    return exp_concerns