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"""Page CMS page_tags template tags"""
from django import template
from django.utils.safestring import SafeText
from django.template import TemplateSyntaxError
from django.conf import settings
from pages import settings as pages_settings
from pages.models import Content, Page
from pages.placeholders import PlaceholderNode, ImagePlaceholderNode, FilePlaceholderNode
from pages.placeholders import ContactPlaceholderNode, MarkdownPlaceholderNode
from pages.placeholders import JsonPlaceholderNode, parse_placeholder
from six.moves import urllib
import six
register = template.Library()
def get_page_from_string_or_id(page_string, lang=None):
"""Return a Page object from a slug or an id."""
if type(page_string) == int:
return Page.objects.get(pk=int(page_string))
# if we have a string coming from some templates templates
if (isinstance(page_string, SafeText) or
isinstance(page_string, six.string_types)):
if page_string.isdigit():
return Page.objects.get(pk=int(page_string))
return Page.objects.from_path(page_string, lang)
# in any other case we return the input becasue it's probably
# a Page object.
return page_string
def _get_content(context, page, content_type, lang, fallback=True):
"""Helper function used by ``PlaceholderNode``."""
if not page:
return ''
if not lang and 'lang' in context:
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
if not page:
return ''
content = Content.objects.get_content(page, lang, content_type, fallback)
return content
"""Filters"""
def has_content_in(page, language):
"""Fitler that return ``True`` if the page has any content in a
particular language.
:param page: the current page
:param language: the language you want to look at
"""
return Content.objects.filter(page=page, language=language).count() > 0
register.filter(has_content_in)
"""Inclusion tags"""
def pages_menu(context, page, url='/'):
"""Render a nested list of all the descendents of the given page,
including this page.
:param page: the page where to start the menu from.
:param url: not used anymore.
"""
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
if page:
children = page.get_children_for_frontend()
context.update({'children': children, 'page': page})
return context
pages_menu = register.inclusion_tag('pages/menu.html',
takes_context=True)(pages_menu)
def pages_sub_menu(context, page, url='/'):
"""Get the root page of the given page and
render a nested list of all root's children pages.
Good for rendering a secondary menu.
:param page: the page where to start the menu from.
:param url: not used anymore.
"""
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
if page:
root = page.get_root()
children = root.get_children_for_frontend()
context.update({'children': children, 'page': page})
return context
pages_sub_menu = register.inclusion_tag('pages/sub_menu.html',
takes_context=True)(pages_sub_menu)
def pages_siblings_menu(context, page, url='/'):
"""Get the parent page of the given page and render a nested list of its
child pages. Good for rendering a secondary menu.
:param page: the page where to start the menu from.
:param url: not used anymore.
"""
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
if page:
siblings = page.get_siblings()
context.update({'children': siblings, 'page': page})
return context
pages_siblings_menu = register.inclusion_tag('pages/sub_menu.html',
takes_context=True)(pages_siblings_menu)
def pages_admin_menu(context, page):
"""Render the admin table of pages."""
request = context.get('request', None)
expanded = False
if request and "tree_expanded" in request.COOKIES:
cookie_string = urllib.parse.unquote(request.COOKIES['tree_expanded'])
if cookie_string:
ids = [int(id) for id in
urllib.parse.unquote(request.COOKIES['tree_expanded']).split(',')]
if page.id in ids:
expanded = True
context.update({'expanded': expanded, 'page': page})
return context
pages_admin_menu = register.inclusion_tag('admin/pages/page/menu.html',
takes_context=True)(pages_admin_menu)
def show_content(context, page, content_type, lang=None, fallback=True):
"""Display a content type from a page.
Example::
{% show_content page_object "title" %}
You can also use the slug of a page::
{% show_content "my-page-slug" "title" %}
Or even the id of a page::
{% show_content 10 "title" %}
:param page: the page object, slug or id
:param content_type: content_type used by a placeholder
:param lang: the wanted language
(default None, use the request object to know)
:param fallback: use fallback content from other language
"""
return {'content': _get_content(context, page, content_type, lang,
fallback)}
show_content = register.inclusion_tag('pages/content.html',
takes_context=True)(show_content)
def show_absolute_url(context, page, lang=None):
"""
Show the url of a page in the right language
Example ::
{% show_absolute_url page_object %}
You can also use the slug of a page::
{% show_absolute_url "my-page-slug" %}
Keyword arguments:
:param page: the page object, slug or id
:param lang: the wanted language \
(defaults to `settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE`)
"""
if not lang:
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
if not page:
return {'content': ''}
url = page.get_url_path(language=lang)
if url:
return {'content': url}
return {'content': ''}
show_absolute_url = register.inclusion_tag('pages/content.html',
takes_context=True)(show_absolute_url)
def show_revisions(context, page, content_type, lang=None):
"""Render the last 10 revisions of a page content with a list using
the ``pages/revisions.html`` template"""
if (not pages_settings.PAGE_CONTENT_REVISION or
content_type in pages_settings.PAGE_CONTENT_REVISION_EXCLUDE_LIST):
return {'revisions': None}
revisions = Content.objects.filter(page=page, language=lang,
type=content_type).order_by('-creation_date')
if len(revisions) < 2:
return {'revisions': None}
return {'revisions': revisions[0:10]}
show_revisions = register.inclusion_tag('pages/revisions.html',
takes_context=True)(show_revisions)
def pages_dynamic_tree_menu(context, page, url='/'):
"""
Render a "dynamic" tree menu, with all nodes expanded which are either
ancestors or the current page itself.
Override ``pages/dynamic_tree_menu.html`` if you want to change the
design.
:param page: the current page
:param url: not used anymore
"""
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
children = None
if page and 'current_page' in context:
current_page = context['current_page']
# if this node is expanded, we also have to render its children
# a node is expanded if it is the current node or one of its ancestors
if(page.tree_id == current_page.tree_id and
page.lft <= current_page.lft and
page.rght >= current_page.rght):
children = page.get_children_for_frontend()
context.update({'children': children, 'page': page})
return context
pages_dynamic_tree_menu = register.inclusion_tag(
'pages/dynamic_tree_menu.html',
takes_context=True
)(pages_dynamic_tree_menu)
def pages_breadcrumb(context, page, url='/'):
"""
Render a breadcrumb like menu.
Override ``pages/breadcrumb.html`` if you want to change the
design.
:param page: the current page
:param url: not used anymore
"""
lang = context.get('lang', pages_settings.PAGE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page, lang)
pages_navigation = None
if page:
pages_navigation = page.get_ancestors()
context.update({'pages_navigation': pages_navigation, 'page': page})
return context
pages_breadcrumb = register.inclusion_tag(
'pages/breadcrumb.html',
takes_context=True
)(pages_breadcrumb)
"""Tags"""
class GetPageNode(template.Node):
"""get_page Node"""
def __init__(self, page_filter, varname):
self.page_filter = page_filter
self.varname = varname
def render(self, context):
page_or_id = self.page_filter.resolve(context)
page = get_page_from_string_or_id(page_or_id)
context[self.varname] = page
return ''
def do_get_page(parser, token):
"""Retrieve a page and insert into the template's context.
Example::
{% get_page "news" as news_page %}
:param page: the page object, slug or id
:param name: name of the context variable to store the page in
"""
bits = token.split_contents()
if 4 != len(bits):
raise TemplateSyntaxError('%r expects 4 arguments' % bits[0])
if bits[-2] != 'as':
raise TemplateSyntaxError(
'%r expects "as" as the second argument' % bits[0])
page_filter = parser.compile_filter(bits[1])
varname = bits[-1]
return GetPageNode(page_filter, varname)
do_get_page = register.tag('get_page', do_get_page)
class GetContentNode(template.Node):
"""Get content node"""
def __init__(self, page, content_type, varname, lang, lang_filter):
self.page = page
self.content_type = content_type
self.varname = varname
self.lang = lang
self.lang_filter = lang_filter
def render(self, context):
if self.lang_filter:
self.lang = self.lang_filter.resolve(context)
context[self.varname] = _get_content(
context,
self.page.resolve(context),
self.content_type.resolve(context),
self.lang
)
return ''
def do_get_content(parser, token):
"""Retrieve a Content object and insert it into the template's context.
Example::
{% get_content page_object "title" as content %}
You can also use the slug of a page::
{% get_content "my-page-slug" "title" as content %}
Syntax::
{% get_content page type [lang] as name %}
:param page: the page object, slug or id
:param type: content_type used by a placeholder
:param name: name of the context variable to store the content in
:param lang: the wanted language
"""
bits = token.split_contents()
if not 5 <= len(bits) <= 6:
raise TemplateSyntaxError('%r expects 4 or 5 arguments' % bits[0])
if bits[-2] != 'as':
raise TemplateSyntaxError(
'%r expects "as" as the second last argument' % bits[0])
page = parser.compile_filter(bits[1])
content_type = parser.compile_filter(bits[2])
varname = bits[-1]
lang = None
lang_filter = None
if len(bits) == 6:
lang = bits[3]
else:
lang_filter = parser.compile_filter("lang")
return GetContentNode(page, content_type, varname, lang, lang_filter)
do_get_content = register.tag('get_content', do_get_content)
class LoadPagesNode(template.Node):
"""Load page node."""
def render(self, context):
if 'pages_navigation' not in context:
pages = Page.objects.navigation().order_by("tree_id")
context.update({'pages_navigation': pages})
if 'current_page' not in context:
context.update({'current_page': None})
return ''
def do_load_pages(parser, token):
"""Load the navigation pages, lang, and current_page variables into the
current context.
Example::
<ul>
{% load_pages %}
{% for page in pages_navigation %}
{% pages_menu page %}
{% endfor %}
</ul>
"""
return LoadPagesNode()
do_load_pages = register.tag('load_pages', do_load_pages)
def do_placeholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the placeholder template tag.
Syntax::
{% placeholder <name> [on <page>] [with <widget>] \
[parsed] [as <varname>] %}
Example usage::
{% placeholder about %}
{% placeholder body with TextArea as body_text %}
{% placeholder welcome with TextArea parsed as welcome_text %}
{% placeholder teaser on next_page with TextArea parsed %}
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return PlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('placeholder', do_placeholder)
def do_markdownlaceholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the markdownplaceholder template tag.
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return MarkdownPlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('markdownplaceholder', do_markdownlaceholder)
def do_imageplaceholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the imageplaceholder template tag.
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return ImagePlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('imageplaceholder', do_imageplaceholder)
def do_fileplaceholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the fileplaceholder template tag.
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return FilePlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('fileplaceholder', do_fileplaceholder)
def do_contactplaceholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the contactplaceholder template tag.
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return ContactPlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('contactplaceholder', do_contactplaceholder)
def do_jsonplaceholder(parser, token):
"""
Method that parse the contactplaceholder template tag.
"""
name, params = parse_placeholder(parser, token)
return JsonPlaceholderNode(name, **params)
register.tag('jsonplaceholder', do_jsonplaceholder)
def language_content_up_to_date(page, language):
"""Tell if all the page content has been updated since the last
change of the official version (settings.LANGUAGE_CODE)
This is approximated by comparing the last modified date of any
content in the page, not comparing each content block to its
corresponding official language version. That allows users to
easily make "do nothing" changes to any content block when no
change is required for a language.
"""
lang_code = getattr(settings, 'LANGUAGE_CODE', None)
if lang_code == language:
# official version is always "up to date"
return True
# get the last modified date for the official version
last_modified = Content.objects.filter(language=lang_code,
page=page).order_by('-creation_date')
if not last_modified:
# no official version
return True
lang_modified = Content.objects.filter(language=language,
page=page).order_by('-creation_date')[0].creation_date
return lang_modified > last_modified[0].creation_date
register.filter(language_content_up_to_date)
@register.assignment_tag
def get_pages_with_tag(tag):
"""
Return Pages with given tag
Syntax::
{% get_pages_with_tag <tag name> as <varname> %}
Example use:
{% get_pages_with_tag "footer" as pages %}
"""
return Page.objects.filter(tags__name__in=[tag])
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