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"""Bitarray based codec for binary data structures."""

import struct
import itertools
from typing import Any, Callable, Optional

import bitarray
from bitarray.util import ba2int

import bpack
import bpack.utils
import bpack.codecs

from .enums import EBaseUnits, EBitOrder, EByteOrder
from .descriptors import field_descriptors

__all__ = ['Decoder', 'decoder', 'BACKEND_NAME', 'BACKEND_TYPE']

BACKEND_NAME = 'bitarray'

FactoryType = Callable[[bitarray.bitarray], Any]

def ba_to_float_factory(size, byteorder: str = '>',
                        bitorder: str = 'big') -> FactoryType:
    """Convert a bitarray into a float."""
    assert bitorder == 'big'

    if size == 16:
        fmt = f'{byteorder}e'
    elif size == 32:
        fmt = f'{byteorder}f'
    elif size == 64:
        fmt = f'{byteorder}d'
        raise ValueError('floating point item size must be 16, 32 or 64 bits')

    codec_ = struct.Struct(fmt)

    def func(ba):
        return codec_.unpack(ba.tobytes())[0]

    return func

def converter_factory(type_, size: Optional[int] = None, signed: bool = False,
                      byteorder: str = '>',
                      bitorder: str = 'big') -> FactoryType:
    if bpack.utils.is_sequence_type(type_, error=True):
        raise TypeError(
            f'backend "{BACKEND_NAME}" does not supports sequence types: '
    etype = bpack.utils.effective_type(type_)
    if etype is int:
        def func(ba):
            return ba2int(ba, signed)
    elif etype is float:
        func = ba_to_float_factory(size, byteorder, bitorder)
    elif etype is bytes:
        def func(ba):
            return ba.tobytes()
    elif etype is str:
        def func(ba):
            return ba.tobytes().decode('ascii')
    elif etype is bool:
        def func(ba):
            return bool(bitarray.util.ba2int(ba))
        raise TypeError(
            f'type "{type_}" is not supported by the {__name__} backend'

    if etype is not type_:
        def converter(x, conv_func=func):
            return type_(conv_func(x))
        converter = func
    return converter

def _bitorder_to_baorder(bitorder: EBitOrder) -> str:
    if bitorder in {EBitOrder.MSB, EBitOrder.DEFAULT}:
        s = 'big'
    elif bitorder is EBitOrder.LSB:
        s = 'little'
        raise ValueError(f'invalid bit order: "{bitorder}"')
    return s

[docs]class Decoder(bpack.codecs.Decoder): """Bitarray based data decoder. Only supports "big endian" byte-order and MSB bit-order. """ baseunits = EBaseUnits.BITS def __init__(self, descriptor, converters=converter_factory): """Initializer. The *descriptor* parameter* is a bpack record descriptor. """ super().__init__(descriptor) byteorder = bpack.byteorder(descriptor) if byteorder in {EByteOrder.LE, EByteOrder.NATIVE}: raise NotImplementedError( f'byte order "{byteorder}" is not supported by the {__name__} ' f'backend ({BACKEND_NAME})') bitorder = _bitorder_to_baorder(bpack.bitorder(descriptor)) if bitorder != 'big': raise NotImplementedError( f'bit order "{bitorder}" is not supported by the {__name__} ' f'backend ({BACKEND_NAME})') if callable(converters): conv_factory = converters byteorder_str = byteorder.value if byteorder.value else '>' converters = [ conv_factory(field_descr.type, field_descr.size, field_descr.signed, byteorder_str) for field_descr in field_descriptors(descriptor) ] if converters is not None: converters = list(converters) n_fields = len(list(bpack.fields(descriptor))) if len(converters) != n_fields: raise ValueError( f'the number of converters ({len(converters)}) does not ' f'match the number of fields ({n_fields})') self._converters = converters self._slices = [ slice(field_descr.offset, field_descr.offset + field_descr.size) for field_descr in field_descriptors(descriptor) ]
[docs] def decode(self, data: bytes): """Decode binary data and return a record object.""" ba = bitarray.bitarray() ba.frombytes(data) values = [ba[slice_] for slice_ in self._slices] if self._converters is not None: values = [ convert(value) if convert is not None else value for convert, value in zip(self._converters, values) ] return self.descriptor(*values)
decoder = bpack.codecs.make_codec_decorator(Decoder) def _pairwise(it): a, b = itertools.tee(it) next(b, None) return itertools.zip_longest(a, b, fillvalue=None) def unpackbits(data: bytes, bits_per_sample: int, signed: bool = False): """Unpack packed (integer) values form a string of bytes. Takes in input a string of bytes in which (integer) samples have been stored using ``bits_per_sample`` bit for each sample, and returns the sequence of corresponding Python integers. Example:: 3 bytes 4 samples |------|------|------|------| --> [samp_1, samp_2, samp_3, samp_4] 4 samples (6 bits per sample) If ``signed`` is set to True integers are assumed to be stored as signed integers. """ nbits = len(data) * 8 # assert nbits % bits_per_sample == 0 slices = [ slice(s, e) for s, e in _pairwise(range(0, nbits, bits_per_sample)) ] ba = bitarray.bitarray() ba.frombytes(data) return [ba2int(ba[slice_], signed) for slice_ in slices]