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# mailmap.py -- Mailmap reader
# Copyright (C) 2018 Jelmer Vernooij <jelmer@jelmer.uk>
# Dulwich is dual-licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 and the GNU
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"""Mailmap file reader."""

def parse_identity(text):
    # TODO(jelmer): Integrate this with dulwich.fastexport.split_email and
    # dulwich.repo.check_user_identity
    (name, email) = text.rsplit(b"<", 1)
    name = name.strip()
    email = email.rstrip(b">").strip()
    if not name:
        name = None
    if not email:
        email = None
    return (name, email)

def read_mailmap(f):
    """Read a mailmap.

    :param f: File-like object to read from
    :return: Iterator over
        ((canonical_name, canonical_email), (from_name, from_email)) tuples
    for line in f:
        # Remove comments
        line = line.split(b'#')[0]
        line = line.strip()
        if not line:
        (canonical_identity, from_identity) = line.split(b'>', 1)
        canonical_identity += b">"
        if from_identity.strip():
            parsed_from_identity = parse_identity(from_identity)
            parsed_from_identity = None
        parsed_canonical_identity = parse_identity(canonical_identity)
        yield parsed_canonical_identity, parsed_from_identity

class Mailmap(object):
    """Class for accessing a mailmap file."""

    def __init__(self, map=None):
        self._table = {}
        if map:
            for (canonical_identity, from_identity) in map:
                self.add_entry(canonical_identity, from_identity)

    def add_entry(self, canonical_identity, from_identity=None):
        """Add an entry to the mail mail.

        Any of the fields can be None, but at least one of them needs to be

        :param canonical_identity: The canonical identity (tuple)
        :param from_identity: The from identity (tuple)
        if from_identity is None:
            from_name, from_email = None, None
            (from_name, from_email) = from_identity
        (canonical_name, canonical_email) = canonical_identity
        if from_name is None and from_email is None:
            self._table[canonical_name, None] = canonical_identity
            self._table[None, canonical_email] = canonical_identity
            self._table[from_name, from_email] = canonical_identity

    def lookup(self, identity):
        """Lookup an identity in this mailmail."""
        if not isinstance(identity, tuple):
            was_tuple = False
            identity = parse_identity(identity)
            was_tuple = True
        for query in [identity, (None, identity[1]), (identity[0], None)]:
            canonical_identity = self._table.get(query)
            if canonical_identity is not None:
                identity = (
                        canonical_identity[0] or identity[0],
                        canonical_identity[1] or identity[1])
        if was_tuple:
            return identity
            return identity[0] + b" <" + identity[1] + b">"

    def from_path(cls, path):
        with open(path, 'rb') as f:
            return cls(read_mailmap(f))