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"""
The I{depsolve} module defines a class for performing dependancy solving.
"""

from logging import getLogger
from suds import *

log = getLogger(__name__)


00027 class DepList:
    """
    Dependancy solving list.
    Items are tuples: (object, (deps,))
    @ivar raw: The raw (unsorted) items.
    @type raw: list
    @ivar index: The index of (unsorted) items.
    @type index: list
    @ivar stack: The sorting stack.
    @type stack: list
    @ivar pushed: The I{pushed} set tracks items that have been
        processed.
    @type pushed: set
    @ivar sorted: The sorted list of items.
    @type sorted: list
    """

00044     def __init__(self):
        """ """
        self.unsorted = []
        self.index = {}
        self.stack = []
        self.pushed = set()
        self.sorted = None
        
00052     def add(self, *items):
        """
        Add items to be sorted.
        @param items: One or more items to be added.
        @type items: I{item}
        @return: self
        @rtype: L{DepList}
        """
        for item in items:
            self.unsorted.append(item)
            key = item[0]
            self.index[key] = item
        return self
        
00066     def sort(self):
        """
        Sort the list based on dependancies.
        @return: The sorted items.
        @rtype: list
        """
        self.sorted = list()
        self.pushed = set()
        for item in self.unsorted:
            popped = []
            self.push(item)            
            while len(self.stack):
                try:
                    top = self.top()
                    ref = top[1].next()
                    refd = self.index.get(ref)
                    if refd is None:
                        log.debug('"%s" not found, skipped', Repr(ref))
                        continue
                    self.push(refd)
                except StopIteration:
                    popped.append(self.pop())
                    continue
            for p in popped:
                self.sorted.append(p)
        self.unsorted = self.sorted
        return self.sorted
    
00094     def top(self):
        """
        Get the item at the top of the stack.
        @return: The top item.
        @rtype: (item, iter)
        """
        return self.stack[-1]
    
00102     def push(self, item):
        """
        Push and item onto the sorting stack.
        @param item: An item to push.
        @type item: I{item}
        @return: The number of items pushed.
        @rtype: int
        """
        if item in self.pushed:
            return
        frame = (item, iter(item[1]))
        self.stack.append(frame)
        self.pushed.add(item)
    
00116     def pop(self):
        """
        Pop the top item off the stack and append
        it to the sorted list.
        @return: The popped item.
        @rtype: I{item}
        """
        try:
            frame = self.stack.pop()
            return frame[0]
        except:
            pass


if __name__ == '__main__':
    a = ('a', ('x',))
    b = ('b', ('a',))
    c = ('c', ('a','b'))
    d = ('d', ('c',))
    e = ('e', ('d','a'))
    f = ('f', ('e','c','d','a'))
    x = ('x', ())
    L = DepList()
    L.add(c, e, d, b, f, a, x)
    print [x[0] for x in L.sort()]

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