Python pickle.tell() Examples

The following are 23 code examples for showing how to use pickle.tell(). These examples are extracted from open source projects. You can vote up the ones you like or vote down the ones you don't like, and go to the original project or source file by following the links above each example.

You may check out the related API usage on the sidebar.

You may also want to check out all available functions/classes of the module pickle , or try the search function .

Example 1
Project: Fluid-Designer   Author: Microvellum   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _genops(data, yield_end_pos=False):
    if isinstance(data, bytes_types):
        data = io.BytesIO(data)

    if hasattr(data, "tell"):
        getpos = data.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = data.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code.decode("latin-1"))
        if opcode is None:
            if code == b"":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 "<unknown>" if pos is None else pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(data)
        if yield_end_pos:
            yield opcode, arg, pos, getpos()
        else:
            yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == b'.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break 
Example 2
Project: Fluid-Designer   Author: Microvellum   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a bytes object,
    it's wrapped in a BytesIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """
    return _genops(pickle)

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 3
Project: Imogen   Author: CedricGuillemet   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def _genops(data, yield_end_pos=False):
    if isinstance(data, bytes_types):
        data = io.BytesIO(data)

    if hasattr(data, "tell"):
        getpos = data.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = data.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code.decode("latin-1"))
        if opcode is None:
            if code == b"":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 "<unknown>" if pos is None else pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(data)
        if yield_end_pos:
            yield opcode, arg, pos, getpos()
        else:
            yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == b'.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break 
Example 4
Project: Imogen   Author: CedricGuillemet   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a bytes object,
    it's wrapped in a BytesIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """
    return _genops(pickle)

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 5
Project: ironpython3   Author: IronLanguages   File: pickletools.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _genops(data, yield_end_pos=False):
    if isinstance(data, bytes_types):
        data = io.BytesIO(data)

    if hasattr(data, "tell"):
        getpos = data.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = data.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code.decode("latin-1"))
        if opcode is None:
            if code == b"":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 "<unknown>" if pos is None else pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(data)
        if yield_end_pos:
            yield opcode, arg, pos, getpos()
        else:
            yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == b'.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break 
Example 6
Project: ironpython3   Author: IronLanguages   File: pickletools.py    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a bytes object,
    it's wrapped in a BytesIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """
    return _genops(pickle)

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 7
Project: Project-New-Reign---Nemesis-Main   Author: ShikyoKira   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def _genops(data, yield_end_pos=False):
    if isinstance(data, bytes_types):
        data = io.BytesIO(data)

    if hasattr(data, "tell"):
        getpos = data.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = data.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code.decode("latin-1"))
        if opcode is None:
            if code == b"":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 "<unknown>" if pos is None else pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(data)
        if yield_end_pos:
            yield opcode, arg, pos, getpos()
        else:
            yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == b'.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break 
Example 8
Project: Project-New-Reign---Nemesis-Main   Author: ShikyoKira   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a bytes object,
    it's wrapped in a BytesIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """
    return _genops(pickle)

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 9
Project: meddle   Author: glmcdona   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 10
Project: ironpython2   Author: IronLanguages   File: pickletools.py    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 11
Project: BinderFilter   Author: dxwu   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 12
Project: oss-ftp   Author: aliyun   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 13
Project: gcblue   Author: gcblue   File: pickletools.py    License: BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 14
Project: Splunking-Crime   Author: nccgroup   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 15
Project: medicare-demo   Author: ofermend   File: pickletools.py    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A symbolic pickle disassembler. 
Example 16
Project: CTFCrackTools-V2   Author: Acmesec   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 17
Project: CTFCrackTools-V2   Author: Acmesec   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 18
Project: RevitBatchProcessor   Author: bvn-architecture   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 19
Project: PokemonGo-DesktopMap   Author: mchristopher   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 20
Project: unity-python   Author: exodrifter   File: pickletools.py    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 21
Project: canape   Author: ctxis   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 22
Project: CTFCrackTools   Author: Acmesec   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer. 
Example 23
Project: CTFCrackTools   Author: Acmesec   File: pickletools.py    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 4 votes vote down vote up
def genops(pickle):
    """Generate all the opcodes in a pickle.

    'pickle' is a file-like object, or string, containing the pickle.

    Each opcode in the pickle is generated, from the current pickle position,
    stopping after a STOP opcode is delivered.  A triple is generated for
    each opcode:

        opcode, arg, pos

    opcode is an OpcodeInfo record, describing the current opcode.

    If the opcode has an argument embedded in the pickle, arg is its decoded
    value, as a Python object.  If the opcode doesn't have an argument, arg
    is None.

    If the pickle has a tell() method, pos was the value of pickle.tell()
    before reading the current opcode.  If the pickle is a string object,
    it's wrapped in a StringIO object, and the latter's tell() result is
    used.  Else (the pickle doesn't have a tell(), and it's not obvious how
    to query its current position) pos is None.
    """

    import cStringIO as StringIO

    if isinstance(pickle, str):
        pickle = StringIO.StringIO(pickle)

    if hasattr(pickle, "tell"):
        getpos = pickle.tell
    else:
        getpos = lambda: None

    while True:
        pos = getpos()
        code = pickle.read(1)
        opcode = code2op.get(code)
        if opcode is None:
            if code == "":
                raise ValueError("pickle exhausted before seeing STOP")
            else:
                raise ValueError("at position %s, opcode %r unknown" % (
                                 pos is None and "<unknown>" or pos,
                                 code))
        if opcode.arg is None:
            arg = None
        else:
            arg = opcode.arg.reader(pickle)
        yield opcode, arg, pos
        if code == '.':
            assert opcode.name == 'STOP'
            break

##############################################################################
# A pickle optimizer.