Source code for

# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see PYFITS.rst

import re
import warnings

import numpy as np

from astropy.utils.exceptions import AstropyUserWarning

from . import conf
from .util import _is_int, _str_to_num, _words_group, translate
from .verify import VerifyError, VerifyWarning, _ErrList, _Verify

__all__ = ["Card", "Undefined"]

FIX_FP_TABLE = str.maketrans("de", "DE")
FIX_FP_TABLE2 = str.maketrans("dD", "eE")

KEYWORD_LENGTH = 8  # The max length for FITS-standard keywords

VALUE_INDICATOR = "= "  # The standard FITS value indicator
HIERARCH_VALUE_INDICATOR = "="  # HIERARCH cards may use a shortened indicator

class Undefined:
    """Undefined value."""

    def __init__(self):
        # This __init__ is required to be here for Sphinx documentation

UNDEFINED = Undefined()

[docs] class Card(_Verify): length = CARD_LENGTH """The length of a Card image; should always be 80 for valid FITS files.""" # String for a FITS standard compliant (FSC) keyword. _keywd_FSC_RE = re.compile(r"^[A-Z0-9_-]{0,%d}$" % KEYWORD_LENGTH) # This will match any printable ASCII character excluding '=' _keywd_hierarch_RE = re.compile(r"^(?:HIERARCH +)?(?:^[ -<>-~]+ ?)+$", re.I) # A number sub-string, either an integer or a float in fixed or # scientific notation. One for FSC and one for non-FSC (NFSC) format: # NFSC allows lower case of DE for exponent, allows space between sign, # digits, exponent sign, and exponents _digits_FSC = r"(\.\d+|\d+(\.\d*)?)([DE][+-]?\d+)?" _digits_NFSC = r"(\.\d+|\d+(\.\d*)?) *([deDE] *[+-]? *\d+)?" _numr_FSC = r"[+-]?" + _digits_FSC _numr_NFSC = r"[+-]? *" + _digits_NFSC # This regex helps delete leading zeros from numbers, otherwise # Python might evaluate them as octal values (this is not-greedy, however, # so it may not strip leading zeros from a float, which is fine) _number_FSC_RE = re.compile(rf"(?P<sign>[+-])?0*?(?P<digt>{_digits_FSC})") _number_NFSC_RE = re.compile(rf"(?P<sign>[+-])? *0*?(?P<digt>{_digits_NFSC})") # Used in cards using the CONTINUE convention which expect a string # followed by an optional comment _strg = r"\'(?P<strg>([ -~]+?|\'\'|) *?)\'(?=$|/| )" _comm_field = r"(?P<comm_field>(?P<sepr>/ *)(?P<comm>(.|\n)*))" _strg_comment_RE = re.compile(f"({_strg})? *{_comm_field}?$") # FSC commentary card string which must contain printable ASCII characters. # Note: \Z matches the end of the string without allowing newlines _ascii_text_re = re.compile(r"[ -~]*\Z") # Checks for a valid value/comment string. It returns a match object # for a valid value/comment string. # The valu group will return a match if a FITS string, boolean, # number, or complex value is found, otherwise it will return # None, meaning the keyword is undefined. The comment field will # return a match if the comment separator is found, though the # comment maybe an empty string. # fmt: off _value_FSC_RE = re.compile( r'(?P<valu_field> *' r'(?P<valu>' # The <strg> regex is not correct for all cases, but # it comes pretty darn close. It appears to find the # end of a string rather well, but will accept # strings with an odd number of single quotes, # instead of issuing an error. The FITS standard # appears vague on this issue and only states that a # string should not end with two single quotes, # whereas it should not end with an even number of # quotes to be precise. # # Note that a non-greedy match is done for a string, # since a greedy match will find a single-quote after # the comment separator resulting in an incorrect # match. rf'{_strg}|' r'(?P<bool>[FT])|' r'(?P<numr>' + _numr_FSC + r')|' r'(?P<cplx>\( *' r'(?P<real>' + _numr_FSC + r') *, *' r'(?P<imag>' + _numr_FSC + r') *\))' r')? *)' r'(?P<comm_field>' r'(?P<sepr>/ *)' r'(?P<comm>[!-~][ -~]*)?' r')?$' ) # fmt: on # fmt: off _value_NFSC_RE = re.compile( r'(?P<valu_field> *' r'(?P<valu>' rf'{_strg}|' r'(?P<bool>[FT])|' r'(?P<numr>' + _numr_NFSC + r')|' r'(?P<cplx>\( *' r'(?P<real>' + _numr_NFSC + r') *, *' r'(?P<imag>' + _numr_NFSC + r') *\))' fr')? *){_comm_field}?$' ) # fmt: on _rvkc_identifier = r"[a-zA-Z_]\w*" _rvkc_field = _rvkc_identifier + r"(\.\d+)?" _rvkc_field_specifier_s = rf"{_rvkc_field}(\.{_rvkc_field})*" _rvkc_field_specifier_val = ( rf"(?P<keyword>{_rvkc_field_specifier_s}): +(?P<val>{_numr_FSC})" ) _rvkc_keyword_val = rf"\'(?P<rawval>{_rvkc_field_specifier_val})\'" _rvkc_keyword_val_comm = rf" *{_rvkc_keyword_val} *(/ *(?P<comm>[ -~]*))?$" _rvkc_field_specifier_val_RE = re.compile(_rvkc_field_specifier_val + "$") # regular expression to extract the key and the field specifier from a # string that is being used to index into a card list that contains # record value keyword cards (ex. 'DP1.AXIS.1') _rvkc_keyword_name_RE = re.compile( rf"(?P<keyword>{_rvkc_identifier})\.(?P<field_specifier>{_rvkc_field_specifier_s})$" ) # regular expression to extract the field specifier and value and comment # from the string value of a record value keyword card # (ex "'AXIS.1: 1' / a comment") _rvkc_keyword_val_comm_RE = re.compile(_rvkc_keyword_val_comm) _commentary_keywords = {"", "COMMENT", "HISTORY", "END"} _special_keywords = _commentary_keywords.union(["CONTINUE"]) # The default value indicator; may be changed if required by a convention # (namely HIERARCH cards) _value_indicator = VALUE_INDICATOR def __init__(self, keyword=None, value=None, comment=None, **kwargs): # For backwards compatibility, support the 'key' keyword argument: if keyword is None and "key" in kwargs: keyword = kwargs["key"] self._keyword = None self._value = None self._comment = None self._valuestring = None self._image = None # This attribute is set to False when creating the card from a card # image to ensure that the contents of the image get verified at some # point self._verified = True # A flag to conveniently mark whether or not this was a valid HIERARCH # card self._hierarch = False # If the card could not be parsed according the FITS standard or # any recognized non-standard conventions, this will be True self._invalid = False self._field_specifier = None # These are used primarily only by RVKCs self._rawkeyword = None self._rawvalue = None if not ( keyword is not None and value is not None and self._check_if_rvkc(keyword, value) ): # If _check_if_rvkc passes, it will handle setting the keyword and # value if keyword is not None: self.keyword = keyword if value is not None: self.value = value if comment is not None: self.comment = comment self._modified = False self._valuemodified = False def __repr__(self): return repr((self.keyword, self.value, self.comment)) def __str__(self): return self.image def __len__(self): return 3 def __getitem__(self, index): return (self.keyword, self.value, self.comment)[index] @property def keyword(self): """Returns the keyword name parsed from the card image.""" if self._keyword is not None: return self._keyword elif self._image: self._keyword = self._parse_keyword() return self._keyword else: self.keyword = "" return "" @keyword.setter def keyword(self, keyword): """Set the key attribute; once set it cannot be modified.""" if self._keyword is not None: raise AttributeError("Once set, the Card keyword may not be modified") elif isinstance(keyword, str): # Be nice and remove trailing whitespace--some FITS code always # pads keywords out with spaces; leading whitespace, however, # should be strictly disallowed. keyword = keyword.rstrip() keyword_upper = keyword.upper() if len(keyword) <= KEYWORD_LENGTH and self._keywd_FSC_RE.match( keyword_upper ): # For keywords with length > 8 they will be HIERARCH cards, # and can have arbitrary case keywords if keyword_upper == "END": raise ValueError("Keyword 'END' not allowed.") keyword = keyword_upper elif self._keywd_hierarch_RE.match(keyword): # In prior versions of PyFITS (*) HIERARCH cards would only be # created if the user-supplied keyword explicitly started with # 'HIERARCH '. Now we will create them automatically for long # keywords, but we still want to support the old behavior too; # the old behavior makes it possible to create HIERARCH cards # that would otherwise be recognized as RVKCs # (*) This has never affected Astropy, because it was changed # before PyFITS was merged into Astropy! self._hierarch = True self._value_indicator = HIERARCH_VALUE_INDICATOR if keyword_upper[:9] == "HIERARCH ": # The user explicitly asked for a HIERARCH card, so don't # bug them about it... keyword = keyword[9:].strip() else: # We'll gladly create a HIERARCH card, but a warning is # also displayed warnings.warn( f"Keyword name {keyword!r} is greater than 8 characters or " "contains characters not allowed by the FITS " "standard; a HIERARCH card will be created.", VerifyWarning, ) else: raise ValueError(f"Illegal keyword name: {keyword!r}.") self._keyword = keyword self._modified = True else: raise ValueError(f"Keyword name {keyword!r} is not a string.") @property def value(self): """The value associated with the keyword stored in this card.""" if self.field_specifier: return float(self._value) if self._value is not None: value = self._value elif self._valuestring is not None or self._image: value = self._value = self._parse_value() else: if self._keyword == "": self._value = value = "" else: self._value = value = UNDEFINED if conf.strip_header_whitespace and isinstance(value, str): value = value.rstrip() return value @value.setter def value(self, value): if self._invalid: raise ValueError( "The value of invalid/unparsable cards cannot set. Either " "delete this card from the header or replace it." ) if value is None: value = UNDEFINED try: oldvalue = self.value except VerifyError: # probably a parsing error, falling back to the internal _value # which should be None. This may happen while calling _fix_value. oldvalue = self._value if oldvalue is None: oldvalue = UNDEFINED if not isinstance( value, ( str, int, float, complex, bool, Undefined, np.floating, np.integer, np.complexfloating, np.bool_, ), ): raise ValueError(f"Illegal value: {value!r}.") if isinstance(value, (float, np.float32)) and ( np.isnan(value) or np.isinf(value) ): # value is checked for both float and np.float32 instances # since np.float32 is not considered a Python float. raise ValueError( f"Floating point {value!r} values are not allowed in FITS headers." ) elif isinstance(value, str): m = self._ascii_text_re.match(value) if not m: raise ValueError( "FITS header values must contain standard printable ASCII " f"characters; {value!r} contains characters not representable in " "ASCII or non-printable characters." ) elif isinstance(value, np.bool_): value = bool(value) if conf.strip_header_whitespace and ( isinstance(oldvalue, str) and isinstance(value, str) ): # Ignore extra whitespace when comparing the new value to the old different = oldvalue.rstrip() != value.rstrip() elif isinstance(oldvalue, bool) or isinstance(value, bool): different = oldvalue is not value else: different = oldvalue != value or not isinstance(value, type(oldvalue)) if different: self._value = value self._rawvalue = None self._modified = True self._valuestring = None self._valuemodified = True if self.field_specifier: try: self._value = _int_or_float(self._value) except ValueError: raise ValueError(f"value {self._value} is not a float") @value.deleter def value(self): if self._invalid: raise ValueError( "The value of invalid/unparsable cards cannot deleted. " "Either delete this card from the header or replace it." ) if not self.field_specifier: self.value = "" else: raise AttributeError( "Values cannot be deleted from record-valued keyword cards" ) @property def rawkeyword(self): """On record-valued keyword cards this is the name of the standard <= 8 character FITS keyword that this RVKC is stored in. Otherwise it is the card's normal keyword. """ if self._rawkeyword is not None: return self._rawkeyword elif self.field_specifier is not None: self._rawkeyword = self.keyword.split(".", 1)[0] return self._rawkeyword else: return self.keyword @property def rawvalue(self): """On record-valued keyword cards this is the raw string value in the ``<field-specifier>: <value>`` format stored in the card in order to represent a RVKC. Otherwise it is the card's normal value. """ if self._rawvalue is not None: return self._rawvalue elif self.field_specifier is not None: self._rawvalue = f"{self.field_specifier}: {self.value}" return self._rawvalue else: return self.value @property def comment(self): """Get the comment attribute from the card image if not already set.""" if self._comment is not None: return self._comment elif self._image: self._comment = self._parse_comment() return self._comment else: self._comment = "" return "" @comment.setter def comment(self, comment): if self._invalid: raise ValueError( "The comment of invalid/unparsable cards cannot set. Either " "delete this card from the header or replace it." ) if comment is None: comment = "" if isinstance(comment, str): m = self._ascii_text_re.match(comment) if not m: raise ValueError( "FITS header comments must contain standard printable " f"ASCII characters; {comment!r} contains characters not " "representable in ASCII or non-printable characters." ) try: oldcomment = self.comment except VerifyError: # probably a parsing error, falling back to the internal _comment # which should be None. oldcomment = self._comment if oldcomment is None: oldcomment = "" if comment != oldcomment: self._comment = comment self._modified = True @comment.deleter def comment(self): if self._invalid: raise ValueError( "The comment of invalid/unparsable cards cannot deleted. " "Either delete this card from the header or replace it." ) self.comment = "" @property def field_specifier(self): """ The field-specifier of record-valued keyword cards; always `None` on normal cards. """ # Ensure that the keyword exists and has been parsed--the will set the # internal _field_specifier attribute if this is a RVKC. if self.keyword: return self._field_specifier else: return None @field_specifier.setter def field_specifier(self, field_specifier): if not field_specifier: raise ValueError( "The field-specifier may not be blank in record-valued keyword cards." ) elif not self.field_specifier: raise AttributeError( "Cannot coerce cards to be record-valued keyword cards by " "setting the field_specifier attribute" ) elif field_specifier != self.field_specifier: self._field_specifier = field_specifier # The keyword need also be updated keyword = self._keyword.split(".", 1)[0] self._keyword = f"{keyword}.{field_specifier}" self._modified = True @field_specifier.deleter def field_specifier(self): raise AttributeError( "The field_specifier attribute may not be " "deleted from record-valued keyword cards." ) @property def image(self): """ The card "image", that is, the 80 byte character string that represents this card in an actual FITS header. """ if self._image and not self._verified: self.verify("fix+warn") if self._image is None or self._modified: self._image = self._format_image() return self._image @property def is_blank(self): """ `True` if the card is completely blank--that is, it has no keyword, value, or comment. It appears in the header as 80 spaces. Returns `False` otherwise. """ if not self._verified: # The card image has not been parsed yet; compare directly with the # string representation of a blank card return self._image == BLANK_CARD # If the keyword, value, and comment are all empty (for self.value # explicitly check that it is a string value, since a blank value is # returned as '') return ( not self.keyword and (isinstance(self.value, str) and not self.value) and not self.comment )
[docs] @classmethod def fromstring(cls, image): """ Construct a `Card` object from a (raw) string. It will pad the string if it is not the length of a card image (80 columns). If the card image is longer than 80 columns, assume it contains ``CONTINUE`` card(s). """ card = cls() if isinstance(image, bytes): # FITS supports only ASCII, but decode as latin1 and just take all # bytes for now; if it results in mojibake due to e.g. UTF-8 # encoded data in a FITS header that's OK because it shouldn't be # there in the first place image = image.decode("latin1") card._image = _pad(image) card._verified = False return card
[docs] @classmethod def normalize_keyword(cls, keyword): """ `classmethod` to convert a keyword value that may contain a field-specifier to uppercase. The effect is to raise the key to uppercase and leave the field specifier in its original case. Parameters ---------- keyword : or str A keyword value or a ``keyword.field-specifier`` value """ # Test first for the most common case: a standard FITS keyword provided # in standard all-caps if len(keyword) <= KEYWORD_LENGTH and cls._keywd_FSC_RE.match(keyword): return keyword # Test if this is a record-valued keyword match = cls._rvkc_keyword_name_RE.match(keyword) if match: return ".".join( ("keyword").strip().upper(),"field_specifier")) ) elif len(keyword) > 9 and keyword[:9].upper() == "HIERARCH ": # Remove 'HIERARCH' from HIERARCH keywords; this could lead to # ambiguity if there is actually a keyword card containing # "HIERARCH HIERARCH", but shame on you if you do that. return keyword[9:].strip().upper() else: # A normal FITS keyword, but provided in non-standard case return keyword.strip().upper()
def _check_if_rvkc(self, *args): """ Determine whether or not the card is a record-valued keyword card. If one argument is given, that argument is treated as a full card image and parsed as such. If two arguments are given, the first is treated as the card keyword (including the field-specifier if the card is intended as a RVKC), and the second as the card value OR the first value can be the base keyword, and the second value the 'field-specifier: value' string. If the check passes the ._keyword, ._value, and .field_specifier keywords are set. Examples -------- :: self._check_if_rvkc('DP1', 'AXIS.1: 2') self._check_if_rvkc('DP1.AXIS.1', 2) self._check_if_rvkc('DP1 = AXIS.1: 2') """ if not conf.enable_record_valued_keyword_cards: return False if len(args) == 1: return self._check_if_rvkc_image(*args) elif len(args) == 2: keyword, value = args if not isinstance(keyword, str): return False if keyword in self._commentary_keywords: return False match = self._rvkc_keyword_name_RE.match(keyword) if match and isinstance(value, (int, float)): self._init_rvkc("keyword"),"field_specifier"), None, value ) return True # Testing for ': ' is a quick way to avoid running the full regular # expression, speeding this up for the majority of cases if isinstance(value, str) and value.find(": ") > 0: match = self._rvkc_field_specifier_val_RE.match(value) if match and self._keywd_FSC_RE.match(keyword): self._init_rvkc( keyword,"keyword"), value,"val") ) return True def _check_if_rvkc_image(self, *args): """ Implements `Card._check_if_rvkc` for the case of an unparsed card image. If given one argument this is the full intact image. If given two arguments the card has already been split between keyword and value+comment at the standard value indicator '= '. """ if len(args) == 1: image = args[0] eq_idx = image.find(VALUE_INDICATOR) if eq_idx < 0 or eq_idx > 9: return False keyword = image[:eq_idx] rest = image[eq_idx + VALUE_INDICATOR_LEN :] else: keyword, rest = args rest = rest.lstrip() # This test allows us to skip running the full regular expression for # the majority of cards that do not contain strings or that definitely # do not contain RVKC field-specifiers; it's very much a # micro-optimization but it does make a measurable difference if not rest or rest[0] != "'" or rest.find(": ") < 2: return False match = self._rvkc_keyword_val_comm_RE.match(rest) if match: self._init_rvkc( keyword,"keyword"),"rawval"),"val"), ) return True def _init_rvkc(self, keyword, field_specifier, field, value): """ Sort of addendum to Card.__init__ to set the appropriate internal attributes if the card was determined to be a RVKC. """ keyword_upper = keyword.upper() self._keyword = f"{keyword_upper}.{field_specifier}" self._rawkeyword = keyword_upper self._field_specifier = field_specifier self._value = _int_or_float(value) self._rawvalue = field def _parse_keyword(self): keyword = self._image[:KEYWORD_LENGTH].strip() keyword_upper = keyword.upper() if keyword_upper in self._special_keywords: return keyword_upper elif ( keyword_upper == "HIERARCH" and self._image[8] == " " and HIERARCH_VALUE_INDICATOR in self._image ): # This is valid HIERARCH card as described by the HIERARCH keyword # convention: # self._hierarch = True self._value_indicator = HIERARCH_VALUE_INDICATOR keyword = self._image.split(HIERARCH_VALUE_INDICATOR, 1)[0][9:] return keyword.strip() else: val_ind_idx = self._image.find(VALUE_INDICATOR) if 0 <= val_ind_idx <= KEYWORD_LENGTH: # The value indicator should appear in byte 8, but we are # flexible and allow this to be fixed if val_ind_idx < KEYWORD_LENGTH: keyword = keyword[:val_ind_idx] keyword_upper = keyword_upper[:val_ind_idx] rest = self._image[val_ind_idx + VALUE_INDICATOR_LEN :] # So far this looks like a standard FITS keyword; check whether # the value represents a RVKC; if so then we pass things off to # the RVKC parser if self._check_if_rvkc_image(keyword, rest): return self._keyword return keyword_upper else: warnings.warn( "The following header keyword is invalid or follows an " f"unrecognized non-standard convention:\n{self._image}", AstropyUserWarning, ) self._invalid = True return keyword def _parse_value(self): """Extract the keyword value from the card image.""" # for commentary cards, no need to parse further # Likewise for invalid cards if self.keyword.upper() in self._commentary_keywords or self._invalid: return self._image[KEYWORD_LENGTH:].rstrip() if self._check_if_rvkc(self._image): return self._value m = self._value_NFSC_RE.match(self._split()[1]) if m is None: raise VerifyError( f"Unparsable card ({self.keyword}), fix it first with .verify('fix')." ) if"bool") is not None: value ="bool") == "T" elif"strg") is not None: value = re.sub("''", "'","strg")) elif"numr") is not None: # Check for numbers with leading 0s. numr = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("numr")) digt = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE2, " ") if"sign") is None: sign = "" else: sign ="sign") value = _str_to_num(sign + digt) elif"cplx") is not None: # Check for numbers with leading 0s. real = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("real")) rdigt = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE2, " ") if"sign") is None: rsign = "" else: rsign ="sign") value = _str_to_num(rsign + rdigt) imag = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("imag")) idigt = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE2, " ") if"sign") is None: isign = "" else: isign ="sign") value += _str_to_num(isign + idigt) * 1j else: value = UNDEFINED if not self._valuestring: self._valuestring ="valu") return value def _parse_comment(self): """Extract the keyword value from the card image.""" # for commentary cards, no need to parse further # likewise for invalid/unparsable cards if self.keyword in Card._commentary_keywords or self._invalid: return "" valuecomment = self._split()[1] m = self._value_NFSC_RE.match(valuecomment) comment = "" if m is not None: # Don't combine this if statement with the one above, because # we only want the elif case to run if this was not a valid # card at all if"comm"): comment ="comm").rstrip() elif "/" in valuecomment: # The value in this FITS file was not in a valid/known format. In # this case the best we can do is guess that everything after the # first / was meant to be the comment comment = valuecomment.split("/", 1)[1].strip() return comment def _split(self): """ Split the card image between the keyword and the rest of the card. """ if self._image is not None: # If we already have a card image, don't try to rebuild a new card # image, which self.image would do image = self._image else: image = self.image # Split cards with CONTINUE cards or commentary keywords with long # values if len(self._image) > self.length: values = [] comments = [] keyword = None for card in self._itersubcards(): kw, vc = card._split() if keyword is None: keyword = kw if keyword in self._commentary_keywords: values.append(vc) continue # Should match a string followed by a comment; if not it # might be an invalid Card, so we just take it verbatim m = self._strg_comment_RE.match(vc) if not m: return kw, vc value ="strg") or "" value = value.rstrip() if value and value[-1] == "&": value = value[:-1] values.append(value) comment ="comm") if comment: comments.append(comment.rstrip()) if keyword in self._commentary_keywords: valuecomment = "".join(values) else: # CONTINUE card valuecomment = f"'{''.join(values)}' / {' '.join(comments)}" return keyword, valuecomment if self.keyword in self._special_keywords: keyword, valuecomment = image.split(" ", 1) else: try: delim_index = image.index(self._value_indicator) except ValueError: delim_index = None # The equal sign may not be any higher than column 10; anything # past that must be considered part of the card value if delim_index is None: keyword = image[:KEYWORD_LENGTH] valuecomment = image[KEYWORD_LENGTH:] elif delim_index > 10 and image[:9] != "HIERARCH ": keyword = image[:8] valuecomment = image[8:] else: keyword, valuecomment = image.split(self._value_indicator, 1) return keyword.strip(), valuecomment.strip() def _fix_keyword(self): if self.field_specifier: keyword, field_specifier = self._keyword.split(".", 1) self._keyword = f"{keyword.upper()}.{field_specifier}" else: self._keyword = self._keyword.upper() self._modified = True def _fix_value(self): """Fix the card image for fixable non-standard compliance.""" value = None keyword, valuecomment = self._split() m = self._value_NFSC_RE.match(valuecomment) # for the unparsable case if m is None: try: value, comment = valuecomment.split("/", 1) self.value = value.strip() self.comment = comment.strip() except (ValueError, IndexError): self.value = valuecomment self._valuestring = self._value return elif"numr") is not None: numr = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("numr")) value = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE, " ") if"sign") is not None: value ="sign") + value elif"cplx") is not None: real = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("real")) rdigt = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE, " ") if"sign") is not None: rdigt ="sign") + rdigt imag = self._number_NFSC_RE.match("imag")) idigt = translate("digt"), FIX_FP_TABLE, " ") if"sign") is not None: idigt ="sign") + idigt value = f"({rdigt}, {idigt})" self._valuestring = value # The value itself has not been modified, but its serialized # representation (as stored in self._valuestring) has been changed, so # still set this card as having been modified (see ticket #137) self._modified = True def _format_keyword(self): if self.keyword: if self.field_specifier: keyword = self.keyword.split(".", 1)[0] return "{:{len}}".format(keyword, len=KEYWORD_LENGTH) elif self._hierarch: return f"HIERARCH {self.keyword} " else: return "{:{len}}".format(self.keyword, len=KEYWORD_LENGTH) else: return " " * KEYWORD_LENGTH def _format_value(self): # value string float_types = (float, np.floating, complex, np.complexfloating) # Force the value to be parsed out first value = self.value # But work with the underlying raw value instead (to preserve # whitespace, for now...) value = self._value if self.keyword in self._commentary_keywords: # The value of a commentary card must be just a raw unprocessed # string value = str(value) elif ( self._valuestring and not self._valuemodified and isinstance(self.value, float_types) ): # Keep the existing formatting for float/complex numbers value = f"{self._valuestring:>20}" elif self.field_specifier: value = _format_value(self._value).strip() value = f"'{self.field_specifier}: {value}'" else: value = _format_value(value) # For HIERARCH cards the value should be shortened to conserve space if not self.field_specifier and len(self.keyword) > KEYWORD_LENGTH: value = value.strip() return value def _format_comment(self): if not self.comment: return "" else: return f" / {self._comment}" def _format_image(self): keyword = self._format_keyword() value = self._format_value() is_commentary = keyword.strip() in self._commentary_keywords if is_commentary: comment = "" else: comment = self._format_comment() # equal sign string # by default use the standard value indicator even for HIERARCH cards; # later we may abbreviate it if necessary delimiter = VALUE_INDICATOR if is_commentary: delimiter = "" # put all parts together output = f"{keyword}{delimiter}{value}{comment}" # For HIERARCH cards we can save a bit of space if necessary by # removing the space between the keyword and the equals sign; I'm # guessing this is part of the HIEARCH card specification keywordvalue_length = len(keyword) + len(delimiter) + len(value) if keywordvalue_length > self.length and keyword.startswith("HIERARCH"): if keywordvalue_length == self.length + 1 and keyword[-1] == " ": output = "".join([keyword[:-1], delimiter, value, comment]) else: # I guess the HIERARCH card spec is incompatible with CONTINUE # cards raise ValueError( f"The header keyword {self.keyword!r} with its value is too long" ) if len(output) <= self.length: output = f"{output:80}" else: # longstring case (CONTINUE card) # try not to use CONTINUE if the string value can fit in one line. # Instead, just truncate the comment if isinstance(self.value, str) and len(value) > (self.length - 10): output = self._format_long_image() else: warnings.warn( "Card is too long, comment will be truncated.", VerifyWarning ) output = output[: Card.length] return output def _format_long_image(self): """ Break up long string value/comment into ``CONTINUE`` cards. This is a primitive implementation: it will put the value string in one block and the comment string in another. Also, it does not break at the blank space between words. So it may not look pretty. """ if self.keyword in Card._commentary_keywords: return self._format_long_commentary_image() value_length = 67 comment_length = 64 output = [] # do the value string value = self._value.replace("'", "''") words = _words_group(value, value_length) for idx, word in enumerate(words): if idx == 0: headstr = "{:{len}}= ".format(self.keyword, len=KEYWORD_LENGTH) else: headstr = "CONTINUE " # If this is the final CONTINUE remove the '&' if not self.comment and idx == len(words) - 1: value_format = "'{}'" else: value_format = "'{}&'" value = value_format.format(word) output.append(f"{headstr + value:80}") # do the comment string comment_format = "{}" if self.comment: words = _words_group(self.comment, comment_length) for idx, word in enumerate(words): # If this is the final CONTINUE remove the '&' if idx == len(words) - 1: headstr = "CONTINUE '' / " else: headstr = "CONTINUE '&' / " comment = headstr + comment_format.format(word) output.append(f"{comment:80}") return "".join(output) def _format_long_commentary_image(self): """ If a commentary card's value is too long to fit on a single card, this will render the card as multiple consecutive commentary card of the same type. """ maxlen = Card.length - KEYWORD_LENGTH value = self._format_value() output = [] idx = 0 while idx < len(value): output.append(str(Card(self.keyword, value[idx : idx + maxlen]))) idx += maxlen return "".join(output) def _verify(self, option="warn"): errs = [] fix_text = f"Fixed {self.keyword!r} card to meet the FITS standard." # Don't try to verify cards that already don't meet any recognizable # standard if self._invalid: return _ErrList(errs) # verify the equal sign position if self.keyword not in self._commentary_keywords and ( self._image and self._image[:9].upper() != "HIERARCH " and self._image.find("=") != 8 ): errs.append( { "err_text": ( f"Card {self.keyword!r} is not FITS standard (equal sign not " "at column 8)." ), "fix_text": fix_text, "fix": self._fix_value, } ) # verify the key, it is never fixable # always fix silently the case where "=" is before column 9, # since there is no way to communicate back to the _keys. if (self._image and self._image[:8].upper() == "HIERARCH") or self._hierarch: pass else: if self._image: # PyFITS will auto-uppercase any standard keyword, so lowercase # keywords can only occur if they came from the wild keyword = self._split()[0] if keyword != keyword.upper(): # Keyword should be uppercase unless it's a HIERARCH card errs.append( { "err_text": f"Card keyword {keyword!r} is not upper case.", "fix_text": fix_text, "fix": self._fix_keyword, } ) keyword = self.keyword if self.field_specifier: keyword = keyword.split(".", 1)[0] if not self._keywd_FSC_RE.match(keyword): errs.append( {"err_text": f"Illegal keyword name {keyword!r}", "fixable": False} ) # verify the value, it may be fixable keyword, valuecomment = self._split() if self.keyword in self._commentary_keywords: # For commentary keywords all that needs to be ensured is that it # contains only printable ASCII characters if not self._ascii_text_re.match(valuecomment): errs.append( { "err_text": ( f"Unprintable string {valuecomment!r}; commentary " "cards may only contain printable ASCII characters" ), "fixable": False, } ) else: if not self._valuemodified: m = self._value_FSC_RE.match(valuecomment) # If the value of a card was replaced before the card was ever # even verified, the new value can be considered valid, so we # don't bother verifying the old value. See # if m is None: errs.append( { "err_text": ( f"Card {self.keyword!r} is not FITS standard " f"(invalid value string: {valuecomment!r})." ), "fix_text": fix_text, "fix": self._fix_value, } ) # verify the comment (string), it is never fixable m = self._value_NFSC_RE.match(valuecomment) if m is not None: comment ="comm") if comment is not None: if not self._ascii_text_re.match(comment): errs.append( { "err_text": ( f"Unprintable string {comment!r}; header comments " "may only contain printable ASCII characters" ), "fixable": False, } ) errs = _ErrList([self.run_option(option, **err) for err in errs]) self._verified = True return errs def _itersubcards(self): """ If the card image is greater than 80 characters, it should consist of a normal card followed by one or more CONTINUE card. This method returns the subcards that make up this logical card. This can also support the case where a HISTORY or COMMENT card has a long value that is stored internally as multiple concatenated card images. """ ncards = len(self._image) // Card.length for idx in range(0, Card.length * ncards, Card.length): card = Card.fromstring(self._image[idx : idx + Card.length]) if idx > 0 and card.keyword.upper() not in self._special_keywords: raise VerifyError( "Long card images must have CONTINUE cards after " "the first card or have commentary keywords like " "HISTORY or COMMENT." ) if not isinstance(card.value, str): raise VerifyError("CONTINUE cards must have string values.") yield card
def _int_or_float(s): """ Converts an a string to an int if possible, or to a float. If the string is neither a string or a float a value error is raised. """ if isinstance(s, float): # Already a float so just pass through return s try: return int(s) except (ValueError, TypeError): try: return float(s) except (ValueError, TypeError) as e: raise ValueError(str(e)) def _format_value(value): """ Converts a card value to its appropriate string representation as defined by the FITS format. """ # string value should occupies at least 8 columns, unless it is # a null string if isinstance(value, str): if value == "": return "''" else: exp_val_str = value.replace("'", "''") val_str = f"'{exp_val_str:8}'" return f"{val_str:20}" # must be before int checking since bool is also int elif isinstance(value, (bool, np.bool_)): return f"{repr(value)[0]:>20}" # T or F elif _is_int(value): return f"{value:>20d}" elif isinstance(value, (float, np.floating)): return f"{_format_float(value):>20}" elif isinstance(value, (complex, np.complexfloating)): val_str = f"({_format_float(value.real)}, {_format_float(value.imag)})" return f"{val_str:>20}" elif isinstance(value, Undefined): return "" else: return "" def _format_float(value): """Format a floating number to make sure it is at most 20 characters.""" value_str = str(value).replace("e", "E") # Limit the value string to at most 20 characters. if (str_len := len(value_str)) > 20: idx = value_str.find("E") if idx < 0: # No scientific notation, truncate decimal places value_str = value_str[:20] else: # Scientific notation, truncate significand (mantissa) value_str = value_str[: 20 - (str_len - idx)] + value_str[idx:] return value_str def _pad(input): """Pad blank space to the input string to be multiple of 80.""" _len = len(input) if _len == Card.length: return input elif _len > Card.length: strlen = _len % Card.length if strlen == 0: return input else: return input + " " * (Card.length - strlen) # minimum length is 80 else: strlen = _len % Card.length return input + " " * (Card.length - strlen)