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__license__   = 'GPL v3'
__copyright__ = '2008, Kovid Goyal <kovid at kovidgoyal.net>'
Provides a command-line and optional graphical interface to the SONY Reader PRS-500.

For usage information run the script.

import StringIO, sys, time, os
from optparse import OptionParser

from calibre import __version__, iswindows, __appname__
from calibre.devices.errors import PathError
from calibre.utils.terminfo import TerminalController
from calibre.devices.errors import ArgumentError, DeviceError, DeviceLocked
from calibre.customize.ui import device_plugins
from calibre.devices.scanner import DeviceScanner

MINIMUM_COL_WIDTH = 12 #: Minimum width of columns in ls output

def human_readable(size):
    """ Convert a size in bytes into a human readle form """
    if size < 1024: divisor, suffix = 1, ""
    elif size < 1024*1024: divisor, suffix = 1024., "K"
    elif size < 1024*1024*1024: divisor, suffix = 1024*1024, "M"
    elif size < 1024*1024*1024*1024: divisor, suffix = 1024*1024, "G"
    size = str(size/divisor)
    if size.find(".") > -1: size = size[:size.find(".")+2]
    return size + suffix

class FileFormatter(object):
    def __init__(self, file, term):
        self.term = term
        self.is_dir      = file.is_dir
        self.is_readonly = file.is_readonly
        self.size        = file.size
        self.ctime       = file.ctime
        self.wtime       = file.wtime
        self.name        = file.name
        self.path        = file.path

    def mode_string(self):
        doc=""" The mode string for this file. There are only two modes read-only and read-write """
        def fget(self):
            mode, x = "-", "-"
            if self.is_dir: mode, x = "d", "x"
            if self.is_readonly: mode += "r-"+x+"r-"+x+"r-"+x
            else: mode += "rw"+x+"rw"+x+"rw"+x
            return mode
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

    def isdir_name(self):
        doc='''Return self.name + '/' if self is a directory'''
        def fget(self):
            name = self.name
            if self.is_dir:
                name += '/'
            return name
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

    def name_in_color(self):
        doc=""" The name in ANSI text. Directories are blue, ebooks are green """
        def fget(self):
            cname = self.name
            blue, green, normal = "", "", ""
            if self.term: blue, green, normal = self.term.BLUE, self.term.GREEN, self.term.NORMAL
            if self.is_dir: cname = blue + self.name + normal
                ext = self.name[self.name.rfind("."):]
                if ext in (".pdf", ".rtf", ".lrf", ".lrx", ".txt"): cname = green + self.name + normal
            return cname
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

    def human_readable_size(self):
        doc=""" File size in human readable form """
        def fget(self):
            return human_readable(self.size)
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

    def modification_time(self):
        doc=""" Last modified time in the Linux ls -l format """
        def fget(self):
            return time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M", time.localtime(self.wtime))
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

    def creation_time(self):
        doc=""" Last modified time in the Linux ls -l format """
        def fget(self):
            return time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M", time.localtime(self.ctime))
        return property(doc=doc, fget=fget)

def info(dev):
    info = dev.get_device_information()
    print "Device name:     ", info[0]
    print "Device version:  ", info[1]
    print "Software version:", info[2]
    print "Mime type:       ", info[3]

def ls(dev, path, term, recurse=False, color=False, human_readable_size=False, ll=False, cols=0):
    def col_split(l, cols): # split list l into columns
        rows = len(l) / cols
        if len(l) % cols:
            rows += 1
        m = []
        for i in range(rows):
        return m

    def row_widths(table): # Calculate widths for each column in the row-wise table
        tcols = len(table[0])
        rowwidths = [ 0 for i in range(tcols) ]
        for row in table:
            c = 0
            for item in row:
                rowwidths[c] = len(item) if len(item) > rowwidths[c] else rowwidths[c]
                c += 1
        return rowwidths

    output = StringIO.StringIO()
    if path.endswith("/") and len(path) > 1: path = path[:-1]
    dirs = dev.list(path, recurse)
    for dir in dirs:
        if recurse: print >>output, dir[0] + ":"
        lsoutput, lscoloutput = [], []
        files = dir[1]
        maxlen = 0
        if ll: # Calculate column width for size column
            for file in files:
                size = len(str(file.size))
                if human_readable_size:
                    file = FileFormatter(file, term)
                    size = len(file.human_readable_size)
                if size > maxlen: maxlen = size
        for file in files:
            file = FileFormatter(file, term)
            name = file.name if ll else file.isdir_name
            if color: name = file.name_in_color
            if ll:
                size = str(file.size)
                if human_readable_size: size = file.human_readable_size
                print >>output, file.mode_string, ("%"+str(maxlen)+"s")%size, file.modification_time, name
        if not ll and len(lsoutput) > 0:
            trytable = []
            for colwidth in range(MINIMUM_COL_WIDTH, cols):
                trycols = int(cols/colwidth)
                trytable = col_split(lsoutput, trycols)
                works = True
                for row in trytable:
                    row_break = False
                    for item in row:
                        if len(item) > colwidth - 1:
                            works, row_break = False, True
                    if row_break: break
                if works: break
            rowwidths = row_widths(trytable)
            trytablecol = col_split(lscoloutput, len(trytable[0]))
            for r in range(len(trytable)):
                for c in range(len(trytable[r])):
                    padding = rowwidths[c] - len(trytable[r][c])
                    print >>output, trytablecol[r][c], "".ljust(padding),
                print >>output
        print >>output
    listing = output.getvalue().rstrip()+ "\n"
    return listing

def main():
    term = TerminalController()
    cols = term.COLS
    if not cols: # On windows terminal width is unknown
        cols = 80

    parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog [options] command args\n\ncommand "+
            "is one of: info, books, df, ls, cp, mkdir, touch, cat, rm, eject\n\n"+
    "For help on a particular command: %prog command", version=__appname__+" version: " + __version__)
    parser.add_option("--log-packets", help="print out packet stream to stdout. "+\
                    "The numbers in the left column are byte offsets that allow the packet size to be read off easily.",
    dest="log_packets", action="store_true", default=False)
    parser.disable_interspersed_args() # Allow unrecognized options
    options, args = parser.parse_args()

    if len(args) < 1:
        return 1

    command = args[0]
    args = args[1:]
    dev = None
    _wmi = None
    if iswindows:
        import wmi, pythoncom
        _wmi = wmi.WMI()
    scanner = DeviceScanner(_wmi)
    connected_devices = []
    for d in device_plugins():
        if scanner.is_device_connected(d):
            dev = d

    if dev is None:
        print >>sys.stderr, 'Unable to find a connected ebook reader.'
        return 1

    for d in connected_devices:
            dev = d

        if command == "df":
            total = dev.total_space(end_session=False)
            free = dev.free_space()
            where = ("Memory", "Card A", "Card B")
            print "Filesystem\tSize \tUsed \tAvail \tUse%"
            for i in range(3):
                print "%-10s\t%s\t%s\t%s\t%s"%(where[i], human_readable(total[i]), human_readable(total[i]-free[i]), human_readable(free[i]),\
                                                                            str(0 if total[i]==0 else int(100*(total[i]-free[i])/(total[i]*1.)))+"%")
        elif command == 'eject':
        elif command == "books":
            print "Books in main memory:"
            for book in dev.books():
                print book
            print "\nBooks on storage card:"
            for book in dev.books(oncard=True): print book
        elif command == "mkdir":
            parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog mkdir [options] path\nCreate a directory on the device\n\npath must begin with / or card:/")
            if len(args) != 1:
        elif command == "ls":
            parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog ls [options] path\nList files on the device\n\npath must begin with / or card:/")
            parser.add_option("--color", help="show ls output in color", dest="color", action="store_true", default=False)
            parser.add_option("-l", help="In addition to the name of each file, print the file type, permissions, and  timestamp  (the  modification time, in the local timezone). Times are local.", dest="ll", action="store_true", default=False)
            parser.add_option("-R", help="Recursively list subdirectories encountered. /dev and /proc are omitted", dest="recurse", action="store_true", default=False)
            parser.add_option("-h", "--human-readable", help="show sizes in human readable format", dest="hrs", action="store_true", default=False)
            options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
            if len(args) != 1:
                return 1
            print ls(dev, args[0], term, color=options.color, recurse=options.recurse, ll=options.ll, human_readable_size=options.hrs, cols=cols),
        elif command == "info":
        elif command == "cp":
            usage="usage: %prog cp [options] source destination\nCopy files to/from the device\n\n"+\
            "One of source or destination must be a path on the device. \n\nDevice paths have the form\n"+\
            "where mountpoint is one of / or card:/\n\n"+\
            "source must point to a file for which you have read permissions\n"+\
            "destination must point to a file or directory for which you have write permissions"
            parser = OptionParser(usage=usage)
            parser.add_option('-f', '--force', dest='force', action='store_true', default=False,
                              help='Overwrite the destination file if it exists already.')
            options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
            if len(args) != 2:
                return 1
            if args[0].startswith("prs500:"):
                outfile = args[1]
                path = args[0][7:]
                if path.endswith("/"): path = path[:-1]
                if os.path.isdir(outfile):
                    outfile = os.path.join(outfile, path[path.rfind("/")+1:])
                    outfile = open(outfile, "wb")
                except IOError, e:
                    print >> sys.stderr, e
                    return 1
                dev.get_file(path, outfile)
            elif args[1].startswith("prs500:"):
                    infile = open(args[0], "rb")
                except IOError, e:
                    print >> sys.stderr, e
                    return 1
                    dev.put_file(infile, args[1][7:])
                except PathError, err:
                    if options.force and 'exists' in str(err):
                        dev.del_file(err.path, False)
                        dev.put_file(infile, args[1][7:])
                return 1
        elif command == "cat":
            outfile = sys.stdout
            parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog cat path\nShow file on the device\n\npath should point to a file on the device and must begin with /,a:/ or b:/")
            options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
            if len(args) != 1:
                return 1
            if args[0].endswith("/"): path = args[0][:-1]
            else: path = args[0]
            outfile = sys.stdout
            dev.get_file(path, outfile)
        elif command == "rm":
            parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog rm path\nDelete files from the device\n\npath should point to a file or empty directory on the device "+\
                                  "and must begin with / or card:/\n\n"+\
                                  "rm will DELETE the file. Be very CAREFUL")
            options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
            if len(args) != 1:
                return 1
        elif command == "touch":
            parser = OptionParser(usage="usage: %prog touch path\nCreate an empty file on the device\n\npath should point to a file on the device and must begin with /,a:/ or b:/\n\n"+
            "Unfortunately, I cant figure out how to update file times on the device, so if path already exists, touch does nothing" )
            options, args = parser.parse_args(args)
            if len(args) != 1:
                return 1
            if getattr(dev, 'handle', False): dev.close()
            return 1
    except DeviceLocked:
        print >> sys.stderr, "The device is locked. Use the --unlock option"
    except (ArgumentError, DeviceError), e:
        print >>sys.stderr, e
        return 1
    return 0

if __name__ == '__main__':

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