jubakit.loader.csv のソースコード

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

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function, unicode_literals

import csv
import io

from ..base import BaseLoader
from ..compat import *

[ドキュメント]class CSVLoader(BaseLoader): """ Loader to process CSV files. """
[ドキュメント] def __init__(self, filename, fieldnames=None, encoding='utf-8', *args, **kwargs): """ Creates a new loader that processes CSV files. You can optionally give `fieldnames` option. If `fieldnames` is not specified (which is a default) or specifeid as True, the first line of the CSV is used for column names. If `fieldnames` is specified as False, sequential column names are automatically generated like ['c0', 'c1', ...]. If `fieldnames` is a list, it is used as column names. Any other optional or keyword arguments are passed to the underlying `csv.DictReader`. >>> loader = CSVLoader('dataset.tsv', fieldnames=False, encoding='cp932', delimiter='\t') """ if fieldnames == True: # Automatically estimate field names later. fieldnames = None elif fieldnames == False: # Generate field names by peeking number of columns in the first row of the CSV. with io.open(filename, encoding=encoding, newline='') as f: # Use fieldnames from DictReader to count number of columns in the first row. r = _UnicodeDictReader(f, encoding, fieldnames=None, *args, **kwargs) fieldnames = ['c{0}'.format(i) for i in range(len(r.fieldnames))] self._filename = filename self._fieldnames = fieldnames self._encoding = encoding self._args = args self._kwargs = kwargs
[ドキュメント] def rows(self): with io.open(self._filename, encoding=self._encoding, newline='') as f: reader = _UnicodeDictReader(f, self._encoding, fieldnames=self._fieldnames, *self._args, **self._kwargs) for row in reader: yield row
class _UnicodeDictReader(csv.DictReader): def __init__(self, f, encoding, *args, **kwargs): self._encoding = encoding # DictReader in Python 2.x use str (bytes) for parameters, whereas Python 3.x use # str (unicode) for them. The code below is intended to absorb the difference. for k in ['delimiter', 'escapechar', 'quotechar', 'lineterminator', 'restkey', 'restval', 'fieldnames']: if k in kwargs: kwargs[k] = self._native_all(kwargs[k], encoding) # DictReader in Python 2.x cannot handle Unicode input. # We transcode each line of CSV row into bytes for Py2. f = f if PYTHON3 else self._encode_file(f, encoding) csv.DictReader.__init__(self, f, *args, **kwargs) def next(self): r = csv.DictReader.next(self) # DictReader in Python 2.x returns rows in bytes. We transcode keys/values of # the row dict into Unicode like in Python 3.x. return r if PYTHON3 else self._decode_all(r, self._encoding) def _native_all(self, v, enc): """ Converts the input to native `str` (i.e., Unicode on Python 3, bytes on Python 2), which is supported by `csv.DictReader`, recursively. """ if PYTHON3 and isinstance(v, bytes): return v.decode(enc) elif not PYTHON3 and isinstance(v, unicode_t): return v.encode(enc) elif isinstance(v, list): return [self._native_all(elem, enc) for elem in v] return v def _decode_all(self, v, enc): """ Decodes the input recursively. """ if isinstance(v, bytes): return v.decode(enc) elif isinstance(v, list): return [self._decode_all(elem, enc) for elem in v] elif isinstance(v, dict): return dict([ (self._decode_all(elem[0], enc), self._decode_all(elem[1], enc)) for elem in v.items() ]) return v def _encode_file(self, f, enc): """ Read from the text stream (unicode) and emits it as bytes. """ for line in f: yield line.encode(enc)