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[utils] Improve str_to_int

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Sergey M․ 2 years ago
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  1. 5
      test/test_utils.py
  2. 8
      youtube_dl/utils.py

5
test/test_utils.py

@ -500,6 +500,11 @@ class TestUtil(unittest.TestCase):
self.assertEqual(str_to_int('123,456'), 123456)
self.assertEqual(str_to_int('123.456'), 123456)
self.assertEqual(str_to_int(523), 523)
# Python 3 has no long
if sys.version_info < (3, 0):
eval('self.assertEqual(str_to_int(123456L), 123456)')
self.assertEqual(str_to_int('noninteger'), None)
self.assertEqual(str_to_int([]), None)
def test_url_basename(self):
self.assertEqual(url_basename('http://foo.de/'), '')

8
youtube_dl/utils.py

@ -46,6 +46,7 @@ from .compat import (
compat_html_entities,
compat_html_entities_html5,
compat_http_client,
compat_integer_types,
compat_kwargs,
compat_os_name,
compat_parse_qs,
@ -3519,10 +3520,11 @@ def str_or_none(v, default=None):
def str_to_int(int_str):
""" A more relaxed version of int_or_none """
if not isinstance(int_str, compat_str):
if isinstance(int_str, compat_integer_types):
return int_str
int_str = re.sub(r'[,\.\+]', '', int_str)
return int(int_str)
elif isinstance(int_str, compat_str):
int_str = re.sub(r'[,\.\+]', '', int_str)
return int_or_none(int_str)
def float_or_none(v, scale=1, invscale=1, default=None):

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