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from __future__ import unicode_literals
import json
import operator
import re
from .utils import (
('|', operator.or_),
('^', operator.xor),
('&', operator.and_),
('>>', operator.rshift),
('<<', operator.lshift),
('-', operator.sub),
('+', operator.add),
('%', operator.mod),
('/', operator.truediv),
('*', operator.mul),
_ASSIGN_OPERATORS = [(op + '=', opfunc) for op, opfunc in _OPERATORS]
_ASSIGN_OPERATORS.append(('=', lambda cur, right: right))
_NAME_RE = r'[a-zA-Z_$][a-zA-Z_$0-9]*'
class JSInterpreter(object):
def __init__(self, code, objects=None):
if objects is None:
objects = {}
self.code = code
self._functions = {}
self._objects = objects
def interpret_statement(self, stmt, local_vars, allow_recursion=100):
if allow_recursion < 0:
raise ExtractorError('Recursion limit reached')
should_abort = False
stmt = stmt.lstrip()
stmt_m = re.match(r'var\s', stmt)
if stmt_m:
expr = stmt[len(stmt_m.group(0)):]
return_m = re.match(r'return(?:\s+|$)', stmt)
if return_m:
expr = stmt[len(return_m.group(0)):]
should_abort = True
# Try interpreting it as an expression
expr = stmt
v = self.interpret_expression(expr, local_vars, allow_recursion)
return v, should_abort
def interpret_expression(self, expr, local_vars, allow_recursion):
expr = expr.strip()
if expr == '': # Empty expression
return None
if expr.startswith('('):
parens_count = 0
for m in re.finditer(r'[()]', expr):
if m.group(0) == '(':
parens_count += 1
parens_count -= 1
if parens_count == 0:
sub_expr = expr[1:m.start()]
sub_result = self.interpret_expression(
sub_expr, local_vars, allow_recursion)
remaining_expr = expr[m.end():].strip()
if not remaining_expr:
return sub_result
expr = json.dumps(sub_result) + remaining_expr
raise ExtractorError('Premature end of parens in %r' % expr)
for op, opfunc in _ASSIGN_OPERATORS:
m = re.match(r'''(?x)
(?P<expr>.*)$''' % (_NAME_RE, re.escape(op)), expr)
if not m:
right_val = self.interpret_expression(
m.group('expr'), local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
if m.groupdict().get('index'):
lvar = local_vars[m.group('out')]
idx = self.interpret_expression(
m.group('index'), local_vars, allow_recursion)
assert isinstance(idx, int)
cur = lvar[idx]
val = opfunc(cur, right_val)
lvar[idx] = val
return val
cur = local_vars.get(m.group('out'))
val = opfunc(cur, right_val)
local_vars[m.group('out')] = val
return val
if expr.isdigit():
return int(expr)
var_m = re.match(
r'(?!if|return|true|false)(?P<name>%s)$' % _NAME_RE,
if var_m:
return local_vars[var_m.group('name')]
return json.loads(expr)
except ValueError:
m = re.match(
r'(?P<in>%s)\[(?P<idx>.+)\]$' % _NAME_RE, expr)
if m:
val = local_vars[m.group('in')]
idx = self.interpret_expression(
m.group('idx'), local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
return val[idx]
m = re.match(
r'(?P<var>%s)(?:\.(?P<member>[^(]+)|\[(?P<member2>[^]]+)\])\s*(?:\(+(?P<args>[^()]*)\))?$' % _NAME_RE,
if m:
variable = m.group('var')
member = remove_quotes(m.group('member') or m.group('member2'))
arg_str = m.group('args')
if variable in local_vars:
obj = local_vars[variable]
if variable not in self._objects:
self._objects[variable] = self.extract_object(variable)
obj = self._objects[variable]
if arg_str is None:
# Member access
if member == 'length':
return len(obj)
return obj[member]
assert expr.endswith(')')
# Function call
if arg_str == '':
argvals = tuple()
argvals = tuple([
self.interpret_expression(v, local_vars, allow_recursion)
for v in arg_str.split(',')])
if member == 'split':
assert argvals == ('',)
return list(obj)
if member == 'join':
assert len(argvals) == 1
return argvals[0].join(obj)
if member == 'reverse':
assert len(argvals) == 0
return obj
if member == 'slice':
assert len(argvals) == 1
return obj[argvals[0]:]
if member == 'splice':
assert isinstance(obj, list)
index, howMany = argvals
res = []
for i in range(index, min(index + howMany, len(obj))):
return res
return obj[member](argvals)
for op, opfunc in _OPERATORS:
m = re.match(r'(?P<x>.+?)%s(?P<y>.+)' % re.escape(op), expr)
if not m:
x, abort = self.interpret_statement(
m.group('x'), local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
if abort:
raise ExtractorError(
'Premature left-side return of %s in %r' % (op, expr))
y, abort = self.interpret_statement(
m.group('y'), local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
if abort:
raise ExtractorError(
'Premature right-side return of %s in %r' % (op, expr))
return opfunc(x, y)
m = re.match(
r'^(?P<func>%s)\((?P<args>[a-zA-Z0-9_$,]*)\)$' % _NAME_RE, expr)
if m:
fname = m.group('func')
argvals = tuple([
int(v) if v.isdigit() else local_vars[v]
for v in m.group('args').split(',')]) if len(m.group('args')) > 0 else tuple()
if fname not in self._functions:
self._functions[fname] = self.extract_function(fname)
return self._functions[fname](argvals)
raise ExtractorError('Unsupported JS expression %r' % expr)
def extract_object(self, objname):
_FUNC_NAME_RE = r'''(?:[a-zA-Z$0-9]+|"[a-zA-Z$0-9]+"|'[a-zA-Z$0-9]+')'''
obj = {}
obj_m = re.search(
''' % (re.escape(objname), _FUNC_NAME_RE),
fields = obj_m.group('fields')
# Currently, it only supports function definitions
fields_m = re.finditer(
''' % _FUNC_NAME_RE,
for f in fields_m:
argnames = f.group('args').split(',')
obj[remove_quotes(f.group('key'))] = self.build_function(argnames, f.group('code'))
return obj
def extract_function(self, funcname):
func_m = re.search(
\{(?P<code>[^}]+)\}''' % (
re.escape(funcname), re.escape(funcname), re.escape(funcname)),
if func_m is None:
raise ExtractorError('Could not find JS function %r' % funcname)
argnames = func_m.group('args').split(',')
return self.build_function(argnames, func_m.group('code'))
def call_function(self, funcname, *args):
f = self.extract_function(funcname)
return f(args)
def build_function(self, argnames, code):
def resf(args):
local_vars = dict(zip(argnames, args))
for stmt in code.split(';'):
res, abort = self.interpret_statement(stmt, local_vars)
if abort:
return res
return resf