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__license__   = 'GPL v3'
__copyright__ = '2008, Kovid Goyal <kovid at kovidgoyal.net>'

This module presents an easy to use interface for getting and setting
meta information in LRF files.
Just create an L{LRFMetaFile} object and use its properties
to get and set meta information. For example:

>>> lrf = LRFMetaFile("mybook.lrf")
>>> print lrf.title, lrf.author
>>> lrf.category = "History"

import struct, zlib, sys, os
from shutil import copyfileobj
from cStringIO import StringIO
import xml.dom.minidom as dom
from functools import wraps

from calibre.devices.prs500.prstypes import field
from calibre.ebooks.metadata import MetaInformation, string_to_authors

BYTE      = "<B"  #: Unsigned char little endian encoded in 1 byte
WORD      = "<H"  #: Unsigned short little endian encoded in 2 bytes
DWORD     = "<I"  #: Unsigned integer little endian encoded in 4 bytes
QWORD     = "<Q"  #: Unsigned long long little endian encoded in 8 bytes

class versioned_field(field):
    def __init__(self, vfield, version, start=0, fmt=WORD):
        field.__init__(self, start=start, fmt=fmt)
        self.vfield, self.version = vfield, version

    def enabled(self):
        return self.vfield > self.version

    def __get__(self, obj, typ=None):
        if self.enabled():
            return field.__get__(self, obj, typ=typ)
            return None

    def __set__(self, obj, val):
        if not self.enabled():
            raise LRFException("Trying to set disabled field")
            field.__set__(self, obj, val)

class LRFException(Exception):

00052 class fixed_stringfield(object):
    """ A field storing a variable length string. """
00054     def __init__(self, length=8, start=0):
        @param length: Size of this string
        @param start: The byte at which this field is stored in the buffer
        self._length = length
        self._start = start

    def __get__(self, obj, typ=None):
        length = str(self._length)
        return obj.unpack(start=self._start, fmt="<"+length+"s")[0]

    def __set__(self, obj, val):
        if val.__class__.__name__ != 'str': val = str(val)
        if len(val) != self._length:
            raise LRFException("Trying to set fixed_stringfield with a " + \
                               "string of  incorrect length")
        obj.pack(val, start=self._start, fmt="<"+str(len(val))+"s")

    def __repr__(self):
        return "A string of length " + str(self._length) + \
                " starting at byte " + str(self._start)

class xml_attr_field(object):
    def __init__(self, tag_name, attr, parent='BookInfo'):
        self.tag_name = tag_name
        self.parent = parent
        self.attr= attr

    def __get__(self, obj, typ=None):
        """ Return the data in this field or '' if the field is empty """
        document = obj.info
        elems = document.getElementsByTagName(self.tag_name)
        if len(elems):
            elem = None
            for candidate in elems:
                if candidate.parentNode.nodeName == self.parent:
                    elem = candidate
            if elem and elem.hasAttribute(self.attr):
                return elem.getAttribute(self.attr)
        return ''

    def __set__(self, obj, val):
        if val == None:
            val = ""
        document = obj.info
        elems = document.getElementsByTagName(self.tag_name)
        if len(elems):
            elem = None
            for candidate in elems:
                if candidate.parentNode.nodeName == self.parent:
                    elem = candidate
        if elem:
            elem.setAttribute(self.attr, val)
        obj.info = document

    def __repr__(self):
        return "XML Attr Field: " + self.tag_name + " in " + self.parent

    def __str__(self):
        return self.tag_name+'.'+self.attr

00117 class xml_field(object):
    Descriptor that gets and sets XML based meta information from an LRF file.
    Works for simple XML fields of the form <tagname>data</tagname>
00122     def __init__(self, tag_name, parent="BookInfo"):
        @param tag_name: The XML tag whose data we operate on
        @param parent: The tagname of the parent element of C{tag_name}
        self.tag_name = tag_name
        self.parent = parent

00130     def __get__(self, obj, typ=None):
        """ Return the data in this field or '' if the field is empty """
        document = obj.info

        elems = document.getElementsByTagName(self.tag_name)
        if len(elems):
            elem = None
            for candidate in elems:
                if candidate.parentNode.nodeName == self.parent:
                    elem = candidate
            if elem:
                if elem.hasChildNodes():
                    return elem.firstChild.data.strip()
        return ''

    def __set__(self, obj, val):
        if not val:
            val = ''
        document = obj.info

        def create_elem():
            elem = document.createElement(self.tag_name)
            parent = document.getElementsByTagName(self.parent)[0]
            return elem

        if not val:
            val = u''
        if type(val).__name__ != 'unicode':
            val = unicode(val, 'utf-8')

        elems = document.getElementsByTagName(self.tag_name)
        elem = None
        if len(elems):
            for candidate in elems:
                if candidate.parentNode.nodeName == self.parent:
                    elem = candidate
            if not elem:
                elem = create_elem()
                while elem.hasChildNodes():
            elem = create_elem()

        obj.info = document

    def __str__(self):
        return self.tag_name

    def __repr__(self):
        return "XML Field: " + self.tag_name + " in " + self.parent

def insert_into_file(fileobj, data, start, end):
    Insert data into fileobj at position C{start}.

    This function inserts data into a file, overwriting all data between start
    and end. If end == start no data is overwritten. Do not use this function to
    append data to a file.

    @param fileobj: file like object
    @param data:    data to be inserted into fileobj
    @param start:   The position at which to start inserting data
    @param end:     The position in fileobj of data that must not be overwritten
    @return:        C{start + len(data) - end}
    buffer = StringIO()
    copyfileobj(fileobj, buffer, -1)
    delta = fileobj.tell() - end # < 0 if len(data) < end-start
    copyfileobj(buffer, fileobj, -1)
    return delta

def get_metadata(stream):
    Return basic meta-data about the LRF file in C{stream} as a
    L{MetaInformation} object.
    @param stream: A file like object or an instance of L{LRFMetaFile}
    lrf = stream if isinstance(stream, LRFMetaFile) else LRFMetaFile(stream)
    authors = string_to_authors(lrf.author)
    mi = MetaInformation(lrf.title.strip(), authors)
    mi.author = lrf.author.strip()
    mi.comments = lrf.free_text.strip()
    mi.category = lrf.category.strip()+', '+lrf.classification.strip()
    tags = [x.strip() for x in mi.category.split(',') if x.strip()]
    if tags:
        mi.tags = tags
    if mi.category.strip() == ',':
        mi.category = None
    mi.publisher = lrf.publisher.strip()
    mi.cover_data = lrf.get_cover()
        mi.title_sort = lrf.title_reading.strip()
        if not mi.title_sort:
            mi.title_sort = None
        mi.author_sort = lrf.author_reading.strip()
        if not mi.author_sort:
            mi.author_sort = None
    if not mi.title or 'unknown' in mi.title.lower():
        mi.title = None
    if not mi.authors:
        mi.authors = None
    if not mi.author or 'unknown' in mi.author.lower():
        mi.author = None
    if not mi.category or 'unknown' in mi.category.lower():
        mi.category = None
    if not mi.publisher or 'unknown' in mi.publisher.lower() or \
            'some publisher' in mi.publisher.lower():
        mi.publisher = None

    return mi

00262 class LRFMetaFile(object):
    """ Has properties to read and write all Meta information in a LRF file. """
    #: The first 6 bytes of all valid LRF files
    LRF_HEADER = 'LRF'.encode('utf-16le')

    lrf_header               = fixed_stringfield(length=6, start=0x0)
    version                  = field(fmt=WORD, start=0x8)
    xor_key                  = field(fmt=WORD, start=0xa)
    root_object_id           = field(fmt=DWORD, start=0xc)
    number_of_objects        = field(fmt=QWORD, start=0x10)
    object_index_offset      = field(fmt=QWORD, start=0x18)
    binding                  = field(fmt=BYTE, start=0x24)
    dpi                      = field(fmt=WORD, start=0x26)
    width                    = field(fmt=WORD, start=0x2a)
    height                   = field(fmt=WORD, start=0x2c)
    color_depth              = field(fmt=BYTE, start=0x2e)
    toc_object_id            = field(fmt=DWORD, start=0x44)
    toc_object_offset        = field(fmt=DWORD, start=0x48)
    compressed_info_size     = field(fmt=WORD, start=0x4c)
    thumbnail_type           = versioned_field(version, 800, fmt=WORD, start=0x4e)
    thumbnail_size           = versioned_field(version, 800, fmt=DWORD, start=0x50)
    uncompressed_info_size   = versioned_field(compressed_info_size, 0, \
                                             fmt=DWORD, start=0x54)

    title                 = xml_field("Title", parent="BookInfo")
    title_reading         = xml_attr_field("Title", 'reading', parent="BookInfo")
    author                = xml_field("Author", parent="BookInfo")
    author_reading        = xml_attr_field("Author", 'reading', parent="BookInfo")
    # 16 characters. First two chars should be FB for personal use ebooks.
    book_id               = xml_field("BookID", parent="BookInfo")
    publisher             = xml_field("Publisher", parent="BookInfo")
    label                 = xml_field("Label", parent="BookInfo")
    category              = xml_field("Category", parent="BookInfo")
    classification        = xml_field("Classification", parent="BookInfo")
    free_text             = xml_field("FreeText", parent="BookInfo")
    # Should use ISO 639 language codes
    language              = xml_field("Language", parent="DocInfo")
    creator               = xml_field("Creator", parent="DocInfo")
    # Format is %Y-%m-%d
    creation_date         = xml_field("CreationDate", parent="DocInfo")
    producer              = xml_field("Producer", parent="DocInfo")
    page                  = xml_field("SumPage", parent="DocInfo")

00305     def safe(func):
        Decorator that ensures that function calls leave the pos
        in the underlying file unchanged
        def restore_pos(*args, **kwargs):
            obj = args[0]
            pos = obj._file.tell()
            res = func(*args, **kwargs)
            obj._file.seek(0, 2)
            if obj._file.tell() >= pos:
            return res
        return restore_pos

00321     def safe_property(func):
        Decorator that ensures that read or writing a property leaves
        the position in the underlying file unchanged
        def decorator(f):
            def restore_pos(*args, **kwargs):
                obj = args[0]
                pos = obj._file.tell()
                res = f(*args, **kwargs)
                obj._file.seek(0, 2)
                if obj._file.tell() >= pos:
                return res
            return restore_pos
        locals_ = func()
        if locals_.has_key("fget"):
            locals_["fget"] = decorator(locals_["fget"])
        if locals_.has_key("fset"):
            locals_["fset"] = decorator(locals_["fset"])
        return property(**locals_)

    def info():
        doc = \
        Document meta information as a minidom Document object.
        To set use a minidom document object.
        def fget(self):
            if self.compressed_info_size == 0:
                raise LRFException("This document has no meta info")
            size = self.compressed_info_size - 4
                src =  zlib.decompress(self._file.read(size))
                if len(src) != self.uncompressed_info_size:
                    raise LRFException("Decompression of document meta info\
                                        yielded unexpected results")
                    return dom.parseString(src)
                        return dom.parseString(src.replace('\x00', '').strip())
                        src = src.replace('\x00', '').strip().decode('latin1')
                        return dom.parseString(src.encode('utf-8'))
            except zlib.error:
                raise LRFException("Unable to decompress document meta information")

        def fset(self, document):
            info = document.toxml('utf-8')
            self.uncompressed_info_size = len(info)
            stream = zlib.compress(info)
            orig_size = self.compressed_info_size
            self.compressed_info_size = len(stream) + 4
            delta = insert_into_file(self._file, stream, self.info_start, \
                                     self.info_start + orig_size - 4)

            if self.toc_object_offset > 0:
                self.toc_object_offset   += delta
            self.object_index_offset += delta

        return { "fget":fget, "fset":fset, "doc":doc }

    def thumbnail_pos():
        doc = """ The position of the thumbnail in the LRF file """
        def fget(self):
            return self.info_start + self.compressed_info_size-4
        return { "fget":fget, "doc":doc }

00395     def _detect_thumbnail_type(cls, slice):
        """ @param slice: The first 16 bytes of the thumbnail """
        ttype = 0x14 # GIF
        if "PNG" in slice:
            ttype = 0x12
        if "BM" in slice:
            ttype = 0x13
        if "JFIF" in slice:
            ttype = 0x11
        return ttype

    def thumbnail():
        doc = \
        The thumbnail.
        Represented as a string.
        The string you would get from the file read function.
        def fget(self):
            size = self.thumbnail_size
            if size:
                return self._file.read(size)

        def fset(self, data):
            if self.version <= 800:
                raise LRFException("Cannot store thumbnails in LRF files \
                                    of version <= 800")
            slice = data[0:16]
            orig_size = self.thumbnail_size
            self.thumbnail_size = len(data)
            delta = insert_into_file(self._file, data, self.thumbnail_pos, \
                                     self.thumbnail_pos + orig_size)
            self.toc_object_offset += delta
            self.object_index_offset += delta
            self.thumbnail_type = self._detect_thumbnail_type(slice)

        return { "fget":fget, "fset":fset, "doc":doc }

00437     def __init__(self, file):
        """ @param file: A file object opened in the r+b mode """
        file.seek(0, 2)
        self.size = file.tell()
        self._file = file
        if self.lrf_header != LRFMetaFile.LRF_HEADER:
            raise LRFException(file.name + \
                " has an invalid LRF header. Are you sure it is an LRF file?")
        # Byte at which the compressed meta information starts
        self.info_start = 0x58 if self.version > 800 else 0x53

00449     def update_object_offsets(self, delta):
        """ Run through the LRF Object index changing the offset by C{delta}. """
        count = self.number_of_objects
        while count > 0:
            raw = self._file.read(8)
            new_offset = struct.unpack(DWORD, raw[4:8])[0] + delta
            if new_offset >= (2**8)**4 or new_offset < 0x4C:
                raise LRFException(_('Invalid LRF file. Could not set metadata.'))
            self._file.seek(-4, os.SEEK_CUR)
            self._file.write(struct.pack(DWORD, new_offset))
            self._file.seek(8, os.SEEK_CUR)
            count -= 1

00465     def unpack(self, fmt=DWORD, start=0):
        Return decoded data from file.

        @param fmt: See U{struct<http://docs.python.org/lib/module-struct.html>}
        @param start: Position in file from which to decode
        end = start + struct.calcsize(fmt)
        ret =  struct.unpack(fmt, self._file.read(end-start))
        return ret

00478     def pack(self, *args, **kwargs):
        Encode C{args} and write them to file.
        C{kwargs} must contain the keywords C{fmt} and C{start}

        @param args: The values to pack
        @param fmt: See U{struct<http://docs.python.org/lib/module-struct.html>}
        @param start: Position in file at which to write encoded data
        encoded = struct.pack(kwargs["fmt"], *args)

00492     def thumbail_extension(self):
        Return the extension for the thumbnail image type as specified
        by L{self.thumbnail_type}. If the LRF file was created by buggy
        software, the extension maye be incorrect. See L{self.fix_thumbnail_type}.
        ext = "gif"
        ttype = self.thumbnail_type
        if ttype == 0x11:
            ext = "jpeg"
        elif ttype == 0x12:
            ext = "png"
        elif ttype == 0x13:
            ext = "bmp"
        return ext

00508     def fix_thumbnail_type(self):
        Attempt to guess the thumbnail image format and set
        L{self.thumbnail_type} accordingly.
        slice = self.thumbnail[0:16]
        self.thumbnail_type = self._detect_thumbnail_type(slice)

00516     def seek(self, *args):
        """ See L{file.seek} """
        return self._file.seek(*args)

00520     def tell(self):
        """ See L{file.tell} """
        return self._file.tell()

00524     def read(self):
        """ See L{file.read} """
        return self._file.read()

00528     def write(self, val):
        """ See L{file.write} """

    def _objects(self):
        c = self.number_of_objects
        while c > 0:
            c -= 1
            raw = self._file.read(16)
            pos = self._file.tell()
            yield struct.unpack('<IIII', raw)[:3]

    def get_objects_by_type(self, type):
        from calibre.ebooks.lrf.tags import Tag
        objects = []
        for id, offset, size in self._objects():
            tag = Tag(self._file)
            if tag.id == 0xF500:
                obj_id, obj_type = struct.unpack("<IH", tag.contents)
                if obj_type == type:
                    objects.append((obj_id, offset, size))
        return objects

    def get_object_by_id(self, tid):
        from calibre.ebooks.lrf.tags import Tag
        for id, offset, size in self._objects():
            tag = Tag(self._file)
            if tag.id == 0xF500:
                obj_id, obj_type = struct.unpack("<IH", tag.contents)
                if obj_id == tid:
                    return obj_id, offset, size, obj_type
        return (False, False, False, False)

    def get_cover(self):
        from calibre.ebooks.lrf.objects import get_object

        for id, offset, size in self.get_objects_by_type(0x0C):
            image = get_object(None, self._file, id, offset, size, self.xor_key)
            id, offset, size = self.get_object_by_id(image.refstream)[:3]
            image_stream = get_object(None, self._file, id, offset, size, self.xor_key)
            return image_stream.file.rpartition('.')[-1], image_stream.stream
        return None

def option_parser():
    from calibre.utils.config import OptionParser
    from calibre.constants import __appname__, __version__
    parser = OptionParser(usage = \
_('''%prog [options] mybook.lrf

Show/edit the metadata in an LRF file.\n\n'''),
      version=__appname__+' '+__version__,
      epilog='Created by Kovid Goyal')
    parser.add_option("-t", "--title", action="store", type="string", \
                    dest="title", help=_("Set the book title"))
    parser.add_option('--title-sort', action='store', type='string', default=None,
                      dest='title_reading', help=_('Set sort key for the title'))
    parser.add_option("-a", "--author", action="store", type="string", \
                    dest="author", help=_("Set the author"))
    parser.add_option('--author-sort', action='store', type='string', default=None,
                      dest='author_reading', help=_('Set sort key for the author'))
    parser.add_option("-c", "--category", action="store", type="string", \
                    dest="category", help=_("The category this book belongs"
                    " to. E.g.: History"))
    parser.add_option("--thumbnail", action="store", type="string", \
                    dest="thumbnail", help=_("Path to a graphic that will be"
                    " set as this files' thumbnail"))
    parser.add_option("--comment", action="store", type="string", \
                    dest="comment", help=_("Path to a txt file containing the "
                    "comment to be stored in the lrf file."))
    parser.add_option("--get-thumbnail", action="store_true", \
                    dest="get_thumbnail", default=False, \
                    help=_("Extract thumbnail from LRF file"))
    parser.add_option('--publisher', default=None, help=_('Set the publisher'))
    parser.add_option('--classification', default=None, help=_('Set the book classification'))
    parser.add_option('--creator', default=None, help=_('Set the book creator'))
    parser.add_option('--producer', default=None, help=_('Set the book producer'))
    parser.add_option('--get-cover', action='store_true', default=False,
                      help=_('Extract cover from LRF file. Note that the LRF format has no defined cover, so we use some heuristics to guess the cover.'))
    parser.add_option('--bookid', action='store', type='string', default=None,
                      dest='book_id', help=_('Set book ID'))
    # The SumPage element specifies the number of "View"s (visible pages for the BookSetting element conditions) of the content.
    # Basically, the total pages per the page size, font size, etc. when the LRF is first created. Since this will change as the book is reflowed, it is probably not worth using.
    #parser.add_option("-p", "--page", action="store", type="string", \
    #                dest="page", help=_("Don't know what this is for"))

    return parser

def set_metadata(stream, mi):
    lrf = LRFMetaFile(stream)
    if mi.title:
        lrf.title = mi.title
    if mi.authors:
        lrf.author = ', '.join(mi.authors)
    if mi.tags:
        lrf.category = mi.tags[0]
    if getattr(mi, 'category', False):
        lrf.category = mi.category
    if mi.comments:
        lrf.free_text = mi.comments
    if mi.author_sort:
        lrf.author_reading = mi.author_sort
    if mi.publisher:
        lrf.publisher = mi.publisher

def main(args=sys.argv):
    parser = option_parser()
    options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
    if len(args) != 2:
        print 'No lrf file specified'
        return 1
    lrf = LRFMetaFile(open(args[1], "r+b"))

    if options.title:
        lrf.title        = options.title
    if options.title_reading != None:
        lrf.title_reading = options.title_reading
    if options.author_reading != None:
        lrf.author_reading = options.author_reading
    if options.author:
        lrf.author    = options.author
    if options.publisher:
        lrf.publisher = options.publisher
    if options.classification:
        lrf.classification = options.classification
    if options.category:
        lrf.category = options.category
    if options.creator:
        lrf.creator = options.creator
    if options.producer:
        lrf.producer = options.producer
    if options.thumbnail:
        path = os.path.expanduser(os.path.expandvars(options.thumbnail))
        f = open(path, "rb")
        lrf.thumbnail = f.read()
    if options.book_id is not None:
        lrf.book_id = options.book_id
    if options.comment:
        path = os.path.expanduser(os.path.expandvars(options.comment))
        lrf.free_text = open(path).read()
    if options.get_thumbnail:
        t = lrf.thumbnail
        td = "None"
        if t and len(t) > 0:
            td = os.path.basename(args[1])+"_thumbnail."+lrf.thumbail_extension()
            f = open(td, "w")

    fields = LRFMetaFile.__dict__.items()
    for f in fields:
        if "XML" in str(f):
            print str(f[1]) + ":", lrf.__getattribute__(f[0]).encode('utf-8')
    if options.get_thumbnail:
        print "Thumbnail:", td
    if options.get_cover:
            ext, data = lrf.get_cover()
        except: # Fails on books created by LRFCreator 1.0
            ext, data = None, None
        if data:
            cover = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(args[1]))[0]+"_cover."+ext
            open(cover, 'wb').write(data)
            print 'Cover:', cover
            print 'Could not find cover in the LRF file'

if __name__ == '__main__':

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