import os
import gzip
import shutil
import struct
import urllib

os.environ['TF_CPP_MIN_LOG_LEVEL'] = '2'

from matplotlib import pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import tensorflow as tf

def huber_loss(labels, predictions, delta=14.0):
    residual = tf.abs(labels - predictions)

    def f1(): return 0.5 * tf.square(residual)

    def f2(): return delta * residual - 0.5 * tf.square(delta)

    return tf.cond(residual < delta, f1, f2)

def safe_mkdir(path):
    """ Create a directory if there isn't one already. """
    except OSError:

def read_birth_life_data(filename):
    Read in birth_life_2010.txt and return:
    data in the form of NumPy array
    n_samples: number of samples
    text = open(filename, 'r').readlines()[1:]
    data = [line[:-1].split('\t') for line in text]
    births = [float(line[1]) for line in data]
    lifes = [float(line[2]) for line in data]
    data = list(zip(births, lifes))
    n_samples = len(data)
    data = np.asarray(data, dtype=np.float32)
    return data, n_samples

def download_one_file(download_url,
    Download the file from download_url into local_dest
    if the file doesn't already exists.
    If expected_byte is provided, check if
    the downloaded file has the same number of bytes.
    If unzip_and_remove is True, unzip the file and remove the zip file
    if os.path.exists(local_dest) or os.path.exists(local_dest[:-3]):
        print('%s already exists' % local_dest)
        print('Downloading %s' % download_url)
        local_file, _ = urllib.request.urlretrieve(download_url, local_dest)
        file_stat = os.stat(local_dest)
        if expected_byte:
            if file_stat.st_size == expected_byte:
                print('Successfully downloaded %s' % local_dest)
                if unzip_and_remove:
                    with, 'rb') as f_in, open(local_dest[:-3], 'wb') as f_out:
                        shutil.copyfileobj(f_in, f_out)
                print('The downloaded file has unexpected number of bytes')

def download_mnist(path):
    Download and unzip the dataset mnist if it's not already downloaded
    Download from
    url = ''
    filenames = ['train-images-idx3-ubyte.gz',
    expected_bytes = [9912422, 28881, 1648877, 4542]

    for filename, byte in zip(filenames, expected_bytes):
        download_url = os.path.join(url, filename)
        local_dest = os.path.join(path, filename)
        download_one_file(download_url, local_dest, byte, True)

def parse_data(path, dataset, flatten):
    if dataset != 'train' and dataset != 't10k':
        raise NameError('dataset must be train or t10k')

    label_file = os.path.join(path, dataset + '-labels-idx1-ubyte')
    with open(label_file, 'rb') as file:
        _, num = struct.unpack(">II",
        labels = np.fromfile(file, dtype=np.int8)  # int8
        new_labels = np.zeros((num, 10))
        new_labels[np.arange(num), labels] = 1

    img_file = os.path.join(path, dataset + '-images-idx3-ubyte')
    with open(img_file, 'rb') as file:
        _, num, rows, cols = struct.unpack(">IIII",
        imgs = np.fromfile(file, dtype=np.uint8).reshape(num, rows, cols)  # uint8
        imgs = imgs.astype(np.float32) / 255.0
        if flatten:
            imgs = imgs.reshape([num, -1])

    return imgs, new_labels

def read_mnist(path, flatten=True, num_train=55000):
    Read in the mnist dataset, given that the data is stored in path
    Return two tuples of numpy arrays
    ((train_imgs, train_labels), (test_imgs, test_labels))
    imgs, labels = parse_data(path, 'train', flatten)
    indices = np.random.permutation(labels.shape[0])
    train_idx, val_idx = indices[:num_train], indices[num_train:]
    train_img, train_labels = imgs[train_idx, :], labels[train_idx, :]
    val_img, val_labels = imgs[val_idx, :], labels[val_idx, :]
    test = parse_data(path, 't10k', flatten)
    return (train_img, train_labels), (val_img, val_labels), test

def get_mnist_dataset(batch_size):
    # Step 1: Read in data
    mnist_folder = 'data/mnist'
    train, val, test = read_mnist(mnist_folder, flatten=False)

    # Step 2: Create datasets and iterator
    train_data =
    train_data = train_data.shuffle(10000)  # if you want to shuffle your data
    train_data = train_data.batch(batch_size)

    test_data =
    test_data = test_data.batch(batch_size)

    return train_data, test_data

def show(image):
    Render a given numpy.uint8 2D array of pixel data.
    plt.imshow(image, cmap='gray')