The Python and Kate work together

import re
import os
import urlparse, urllib
import os.path
from os.path import join, getsize
import sys
#import string
from fractions import gcd
import glob
from select import select
import difflib
import subprocess
import shlex

# Some imports are fluff to have them present for allowing user interaction with file replacement
# However it seems that difflib works well enough that I choose just to accept what is found
# though there is a commented hook for doing some kind of "getchar()"
# The program exists because I like to keep current projects on the desktop and then bump them
# out of the way when something new takes higher priority.

where_to_search='/home/mo/Desktop'
edit_files_checked=0
sessions_checked=0
missing_files=0
splitcode=r'file://'
pattern = re.compile(splitcode) 

def find_files(file_name_to_find):
    for root,_,_ in os.walk(where_to_search):
        for found_file_name in glob.iglob(os.path.join(where_to_search,root,file_name_to_find)):
            yield found_file_name

###
def url_split_strip(queryString):
  parse_result = urlparse.urlsplit(queryString)
  return parse_result.path.rstrip()

###
def replace(f,startof,newname,splitcode,endof):
  f.write(startof+splitcode+newname+endof+'\n')
###
def walk_about_directory():
  for root, dirs, files in os.walk('.'):
      print root, "consumes",
      print sum(getsize(join(root, name)) for name in files),
      print "bytes in", len(files), "non-directory files"
      if 'CVS' in dirs:
   dirs.remove('CVS')  # don't visit CVS directories
###   
def show_statistics():
  print sessions_checked," sessions checked ",
  print edit_files_checked," session files checked ",
  print missing_files,"  missing"
  print "%2.2f " % (edit_files_checked/float(sessions_checked)),
  print " average files per session ",
# I admit this is pure fluff from any perspective, but I like GCD
  d=gcd(sessions_checked,edit_files_checked)
  print 'and GCD is',d,' and resulting relationship is ',sessions_checked/d,"/",edit_files_checked/d
###

#Where it start to do some work.
for session_file in os.listdir("."):
    if session_file.endswith(".katesession"):
      replace_entire_session_flag=0
      f=open('tmp','w')
      sessions_checked=sessions_checked+1
      for i, line in enumerate(open(session_file)):
 replace_line_flag=0
 for match in re.finditer(pattern, line):
   line_end_char=''
   file_name_plus=line.split(splitcode)[1]
   line_start=line.split(splitcode)[0]
   if file_name_plus[-1] == '\n':
     file_name_plus=file_name_plus[:-1]
   if file_name_plus[-1] == ']':
     file_name_plus=file_name_plus[:-1]
     line_end_char=']'
   file_name_only_stripped=url_split_strip(file_name_plus)
          drive, path = os.path.splitdrive(file_name_only_stripped)
   path, filename = os.path.split(path)
   edit_files_checked=edit_files_checked+1
   if not os.path.exists(file_name_only_stripped):
     missing_files=missing_files+1
     print 'Missing ',file_name_only_stripped,' in ', session_file,' at line %s: with groups %s ' % (i+1, match.groups())
     list_of_possible_files= list(find_files(filename))
     closest_match_files=difflib.get_close_matches(file_name_only_stripped,list_of_possible_files,1)
     try: # perhap an if would work too
       existential_check=closest_match_files[0]
       print "REPLACE ",line," WITH   ",line_start+splitcode+closest_match_files[0]+line_end_char
       user_input_char = "y" #getchar()
     except:
       user_input_char = "n"
     if user_input_char == "q" :
       exit(0)
     if user_input_char == "y" :
       replace(f,line_start,closest_match_files[0],splitcode,line_end_char)
       replace_entire_session_flag=1
       replace_line_flag=1
     else:
       print "NOT replacing line (No near match found)"
       print line
 if replace_line_flag == 1:
   replace_line_flag=0
 else:
   f.write(line)
      if replace_entire_session_flag == 1:
 f.close()
 os.remove(session_file)
 os.rename('tmp',session_file)
      else:
 f.close()
show_statistics()

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