Source code for plaso.lib.line_reader_file

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Binary line reader file-like object."""

from __future__ import unicode_literals

import os

[docs]class BinaryLineReader(object): """Line reader for binary file-like objects. Attributes: end_of_line (bytes): byte sequence that separates lines from each other. """ # The size of the lines buffer. _LINES_BUFFER_SIZE = 1024 * 1024 # The maximum allowed size of the read buffer. _MAXIMUM_READ_BUFFER_SIZE = 16 * 1024 * 1024 def __init__(self, file_object, end_of_line=b'\n'): """Initializes the line reader. Args: file_object (FileIO): a file-like object to read from. end_of_line (Optional[bytes]): end of line indicator. """ super(BinaryLineReader, self).__init__() self._file_object = file_object self._file_object_size = file_object.get_size() self.end_of_line = end_of_line self._end_of_line_length = len(self.end_of_line) self._lines = [] self._lines_buffer = b'' self._lines_buffer_offset = 0 self._current_offset = 0
[docs] def __enter__(self): """Enters a with statement."""
return self # pylint: disable=unused-argument
[docs] def __exit__(self, exception_type, value, traceback): """Exits a with statement."""
[docs] def __iter__(self): """Returns a line of text. Yields: bytes: line of text. """ line = self.readline() while line: yield line
line = self.readline() # Note: that the following functions do not follow the style guide # because they are part of the readline file-like object interface. # pylint: disable=invalid-name
[docs] def readline(self, size=None): """Reads a single line of text. The functions reads one entire line from the file-like object. A trailing end-of-line indicator (newline by default) is kept in the byte string (but may be absent when a file ends with an incomplete line). An empty byte string is returned only when end-of-file is encountered immediately. Args: size (Optional[int]): maximum byte size to read. If present and non-negative, it is a maximum byte count (including the trailing end-of-line) and an incomplete line may be returned. Returns: bytes: line of text. Raises: ValueError: if the specified size is less than zero or greater than the maximum size allowed. """ if size is not None and size < 0: raise ValueError('Invalid size value smaller than zero.') if size is not None and size > self._MAXIMUM_READ_BUFFER_SIZE: raise ValueError( 'Invalid size value exceeds maximum value {0:d}.'.format( self._MAXIMUM_READ_BUFFER_SIZE)) if not self._lines: if self._lines_buffer_offset >= self._file_object_size: return b'' read_size = size if not read_size: read_size = self._MAXIMUM_READ_BUFFER_SIZE if self._lines_buffer_offset + read_size > self._file_object_size: size = self._file_object_size - self._lines_buffer_offset, os.SEEK_SET) read_buffer = self._lines_buffer_offset += len(read_buffer) self._lines = read_buffer.split(self.end_of_line) if self._lines_buffer: self._lines[0] = b''.join([self._lines_buffer, self._lines[0]]) self._lines_buffer = b'' if read_buffer[self._end_of_line_length:] != self.end_of_line: self._lines_buffer = self._lines.pop() for index, line in enumerate(self._lines): self._lines[index] = b''.join([line, self.end_of_line]) if (self._lines_buffer and self._lines_buffer_offset >= self._file_object_size): self._lines.append(self._lines_buffer) self._lines_buffer = b'' if not self._lines: line = self._lines_buffer self._lines_buffer = b'' elif not size or size >= len(self._lines[0]): line = self._lines.pop(0) else: line = self._lines[0] self._lines[0] = line[size:] line = line[:size] self._current_offset += len(line)
return line
[docs] def readlines(self, sizehint=None): """Reads lines of text. The function reads until EOF using readline() and return a list containing the lines read. Args: sizehint (Optional[int]): maximum byte size to read. If present, instead of reading up to EOF, whole lines totalling sizehint bytes are read. Returns: list[bytes]: lines of text. """ if sizehint is None or sizehint <= 0: sizehint = None lines = [] lines_byte_size = 0 line = self.readline() while line: lines.append(line) if sizehint is not None: lines_byte_size += len(line) if lines_byte_size >= sizehint: break line = self.readline()
return lines
[docs] def tell(self): """Retrieves the current offset into the file-like object. Returns: int: current offset into the file-like object. """
return self._current_offset
[docs]class BinaryDSVReader(object): """Basic reader for delimiter separated text files of unknown encoding. This is used for reading data from text files where the content is unknown, or possibly using a mixed encoding. """ def __init__(self, binary_line_reader, delimiter): """Initializes the delimited separated values reader. Args: binary_line_reader (BinaryLineReader): a binary file reader delimiter (bytes): field delimiter. """ super(BinaryDSVReader, self).__init__() self._line_reader = binary_line_reader self._delimiter = delimiter
[docs] def __iter__(self): """Iterates over delimiter separates values. Yields: list(bytes): lines of encoded bytes. """ for line in self._line_reader.readlines(): fields = line.split(self._delimiter) # Strip off the end-of-line indicator, to match Python 2 CSV # library behavior. fields[-1] = fields[-1].strip(self._line_reader.end_of_line)
yield fields