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reader202.py

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

'''
Read content from ereader pdb file with a 202 byte header created by Makebook.
'''
__license__   = 'GPL v3'
__copyright__ = '2009, John Schember <john@nachtimwald.com>'
__docformat__ = 'restructuredtext en'

import os
import struct

from calibre import CurrentDir
from calibre.ebooks.metadata.opf2 import OPFCreator
from calibre.ebooks.compression.palmdoc import decompress_doc
from calibre.ebooks.pdb.formatreader import FormatReader
from calibre.ebooks.pdb.ereader import EreaderError

00019 class HeaderRecord(object):
    '''
    The first record in the file is always the header record. It holds
    information related to the location of text, images, and so on
    in the file. This is used in conjunction with the sections
    defined in the file header.
    '''

    def __init__(self, raw):
        self.version, = struct.unpack('>H', raw[0:2])
        self.non_text_offset, = struct.unpack('>H', raw[8:10])

        self.num_text_pages = self.non_text_offset - 1


class Reader202(FormatReader):

    def __init__(self, header, stream, log, options):
        self.log = log
        self.encoding = options.input_encoding

        self.log.debug('202 byte header version found.')

        self.sections = []
        for i in range(header.num_sections):
            self.sections.append(header.section_data(i))

        self.header_record = HeaderRecord(self.section_data(0))

        if self.header_record.version != 4:
            raise EreaderError('Unknown book version %i.' % self.header_record.version)

        from calibre.ebooks.metadata.pdb import get_metadata
        self.mi = get_metadata(stream, False)

    def section_data(self, number):
        return self.sections[number]

    def decompress_text(self, number):
            return decompress_doc(''.join([chr(ord(x) ^ 0xA5) for x in self.section_data(number)])).decode('cp1252' if self.encoding is None else self.encoding, 'replace')

    def get_image(self, number):
        name = None
        img = None

        data = self.section_data(number)
        if data.startswith('PNG'):
            name = data[4:4 + 32].strip('\x00')
            img = data[62:]

        return name, img

    def get_text_page(self, number):
        '''
        Only palmdoc compression is supported. The text is xored with 0xA5 and
        assumed to be encoded as Windows-1252. The encoding is part of
        the eReader file spec and should always be this encoding.
        '''
        if number not in range(1, self.header_record.num_text_pages + 1):
            return ''

        return self.decompress_text(number)

    def extract_content(self, output_dir):
        from calibre.ebooks.pml.pmlconverter import pml_to_html

        output_dir = os.path.abspath(output_dir)

        if not os.path.exists(output_dir):
            os.makedirs(output_dir)

        pml = u''
        for i in range(1, self.header_record.num_text_pages + 1):
            self.log.debug('Extracting text page %i' % i)
            pml += self.get_text_page(i)

        title = self.mi.title
        if not isinstance(title, unicode):
            title = title.decode('utf-8', 'replace')

        html = u'<html><head><title>%s</title></head><body>%s</body></html>' % \
            (title, pml_to_html(pml))

        with CurrentDir(output_dir):
            with open('index.html', 'wb') as index:
                self.log.debug('Writing text to index.html')
                index.write(html.encode('utf-8'))

        if not os.path.exists(os.path.join(output_dir, 'images/')):
            os.makedirs(os.path.join(output_dir, 'images/'))
        images = []
        with CurrentDir(os.path.join(output_dir, 'images/')):
            for i in range(self.header_record.non_text_offset, len(self.sections)):
                name, img = self.get_image(i)
                if name:
                    images.append(name)
                    with open(name, 'wb') as imgf:
                        self.log.debug('Writing image %s to images/' % name)
                        imgf.write(img)

        opf_path = self.create_opf(output_dir, images)

        return opf_path

    def create_opf(self, output_dir, images):
        with CurrentDir(output_dir):
            opf = OPFCreator(output_dir, self.mi)

            manifest = [('index.html', None)]

            for i in images:
                manifest.append((os.path.join('images/', i), None))

            opf.create_manifest(manifest)
            opf.create_spine(['index.html'])
            with open('metadata.opf', 'wb') as opffile:
                opf.render(opffile)

        return os.path.join(output_dir, 'metadata.opf')

    def dump_pml(self):
        '''
        This is primarily used for debugging and 3rd party tools to
        get the plm markup that comprises the text in the file.
        '''
        pml = ''

        for i in range(1, self.header_record.num_text_pages + 1):
            pml += self.get_text_page(i)

        return pml

    def dump_images(self, output_dir):
        '''
        This is primarily used for debugging and 3rd party tools to
        get the images in the file.
        '''
        if not os.path.exists(output_dir):
            os.makedirs(output_dir)

        with CurrentDir(output_dir):
            for i in range(0, self.header_record.num_image_pages):
                name, img = self.get_image(self.header_record.image_data_offset + i)
                with open(name, 'wb') as imgf:
                    imgf.write(img)

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