class weboob.browser.filters.javascript.JSPayload(selector=None, default=NO_DEFAULT)

Bases: weboob.browser.filters.base.Filter

Get Javascript code from tag’s text, cleaned from all comments.

It filters code in a such a way that corner cases are handled, such as comments in string literals and comments in comments.

The following snippet is borrowed from <http://ostermiller.org/findcomment.html>:

>>> JSPayload.filter('''someString = "An example comment: /* example */";
... // The comment around this code has been commented out.
... // /*
... some_code();
... // */''')
'someString = "An example comment: /* example */";\n\nsome_code();\n'
Parameters:default – default value in case the filter fails to find or parse the requested value
classmethod filter(value)
class weboob.browser.filters.javascript.JSValue(selector=None, need_type=None, **kwargs)

Bases: weboob.browser.filters.standard.Regexp

Get one or many JavaScript literals.

It only understands literal values, but should parse them well. Values are converted in python values, quotes and slashes in strings are stripped.

>>> JSValue().filter('boringVar = "boring string"')
u'boring string'
>>> JSValue().filter('somecode(); doConfuse(0xdead, cat);')
>>> JSValue(need_type=int, nth=2).filter('fazboo("3", "5", 7, "9");')
>>> JSValue(nth='*').filter('foo([1, 2, 3], "blah", 5.0, true, null]);')
[1, 2, 3, u'blah', 5.0, True, None]
pattern = '(?x)\n (?:(?P<float>(?:[-+]\\s*)? # float ?\n (?:(?:\\d+\\.\\d*|\\d*\\.\\d+)(?:[eE]\\d+)?\n |\\d+[eE]\\d+))\n |(?P<int>(?:[-+]\\s*)?(?:0[bB][01]+ # int ?\n |0[oO][0-7]+\n |0[xX][0-9a-fA-F]+\n |\\d+))\n |(?:(?:(?:new\\s+)?String\\()?(?P<str>(?:(?<!\\\\)"(?:\\\\"|[^"])*"|(?<!\\\\)\'(?:\\\\\'|[^\'])*\'))) # str ?\n |(?P<bool>true|false) # bool ?\n |(?P<None>null)) # None ?\n '

Convert MatchObject to python value

class weboob.browser.filters.javascript.JSVar(selector=None, var=None, need_type=None, **kwargs)

Bases: weboob.browser.filters.javascript.JSValue

Get assigned value of a variable, either as an initialisation value, either as an assignement. One can use Regexp’s nth parameter to be more specific.

See JSValue for more details about parsed values.

>>> JSVar(var='test').filter("var test = .1;\nsomecode()")
>>> JSVar(var='test').filter("test = 666;\nsomecode()")
>>> JSVar(var='test').filter("test = 'Some \\'string\\' value, isn\\'t it ?';\nsomecode()")
u"Some 'string' value, isn't it ?"
>>> JSVar(var='test').filter('test = "Some \\"string\\" value";\nsomecode()')
u'Some "string" value'
>>> JSVar(var='test').filter("var test = false;\nsomecode()")
>>> JSVar(var='test', nth=1).filter("var test = false; test = true;\nsomecode()")
pattern_template = '(?x)\n (?:var\\s+)? # optional var keyword\n \\b%s # var name\n \\s*=\\s* # equal sign\n (?x)\n (?:(?P<float>(?:[-+]\\s*)? # float ?\n (?:(?:\\d+\\.\\d*|\\d*\\.\\d+)(?:[eE]\\d+)?\n |\\d+[eE]\\d+))\n |(?P<int>(?:[-+]\\s*)?(?:0[bB][01]+ # int ?\n |0[oO][0-7]+\n |0[xX][0-9a-fA-F]+\n |\\d+))\n |(?:(?:(?:new\\s+)?String\\()?(?P<str>(?:(?<!\\\\)"(?:\\\\"|[^"])*"|(?<!\\\\)\'(?:\\\\\'|[^\'])*\'))) # str ?\n |(?P<bool>true|false) # bool ?\n |(?P<None>null)) # None ?\n '