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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Author: michele.simionato@gmail.com
Filter passing stdin through doctest. Example of usage:
$ doctester.py -v < file.txt
import sys, doctest, textwrap, re, types

# regular expressions to identify code blocks of the form
#<scriptname.py> ... </scriptname.py>
DOTNAME = r'\b[a-zA-Z_][\w\.]*', # identifier with or without dots
SCRIPT = re.compile(r'(?s)#<(%s)>(.*?)#</\1>' % DOTNAME)

# a simple utility to extract the scripts contained in the original text
def scripts(txt):
    for MO in SCRIPT.finditer(txt):
        yield MO.group(1), textwrap.dedent(MO.group(2))

# save the scripts in the current directory
def savescripts(txt):
    scriptdict = {}
    for scriptname, script in scripts(txt): # read scripts
        if scriptname not in scriptdict:
            scriptdict[scriptname] = script
            scriptdict[scriptname] += script
    for scriptname in scriptdict: # save scripts
        code = '# ' + scriptname + scriptdict[scriptname]
        print >> file(scriptname, 'w'), code

# based on a clever trick: it converts the original text into the docstring of
# a dynamically generated module; works both for Python 2.3 and 2.4
def runtests(txt, verbose=False):
    dynmod = types.ModuleType('<current-buffer>', txt)   
    failed, tot = doctest.testmod(dynmod, verbose=verbose)
    if not verbose:
        print >> sys.stderr, "doctest: %s failed of %s" % (failed, tot)
    return failed, tot

if __name__=='__main__':
    try: set # need sets for option parsing
    except NameError: import sets; set = sets.Set # for Python 2.3
    valid_options = set("-v -h".split())
    options = set(sys.argv[1:])
    assert options < valid_options, "Unrecognized option"
    if "-h" in options: # print usage message and exit
    runtests(sys.stdin.read(), "-v" in options)


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