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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from cms.models.titlemodels import Title
from django.conf import settings
def mark_descendants(nodes):
for node in nodes:
node.descendant = True
def make_tree(items, levels, url, ancestors, descendants=False,
current_level=0, to_levels=100, active_levels=0):
from cms.models import Page # Probably avoids circular imports...
Builds the tree which gets displayed in the CMSChangeList (in the admin
view, the nice Javascript tree of pages you get)
levels -= 1
current_level += 1
found = False
for item in items:
item.level = current_level
if descendants and not found:
item.descendant = True
item.ancestors_ascending = ancestors
if item.get_absolute_url() == url:
item.selected = True
item.descendant = False
levels = active_levels
descendants = True
found = True
last = None
for anc in ancestors:
if not isinstance(anc, Page) and last:
last = None
if hasattr(last, 'childrens'):
for child in last.childrens:
if isinstance(child, Page):
child.sibling = True
last = anc
anc.ancestor = True
if last:
if hasattr(last, 'childrens'):
for child in last.childrens:
if isinstance(child, Page):
child.sibling = True
elif found:
item.sibling = True
if levels == 0 and not hasattr(item, "ancestor" ) or item.level == to_levels or not hasattr(item, "childrens"):
item.childrens = []
make_tree(item.childrens, levels, url, ancestors+[item], descendants, current_level, to_levels, active_levels)
if found:
for item in items:
if not hasattr(item, "selected"):
item.sibling = True
def get_extended_navigation_nodes(request, levels, ancestors, current_level, to_levels, active_levels, mark_sibling, path):
discovers all navigation nodes from navigation extenders
func_name = path.split(".")[-1]
ext = __import__(".".join(path.split(".")[:-1]),(),(),(func_name,))
func = getattr(ext, func_name)
items = func(request)
descendants = False
for anc in ancestors:
if hasattr(anc, 'selected'):
if anc.selected:
descendants = True
if len(ancestors) and hasattr(ancestors[-1], 'ancestor'):
make_tree(items, 100, request.path, ancestors, descendants, current_level, 100, active_levels)
make_tree(items, levels, request.path, ancestors, descendants, current_level, to_levels, active_levels)
if mark_sibling:
for item in items:
if not hasattr(item, "selected" ):
item.sibling = True
return items
def find_children(target, pages, levels=100, active_levels=0, ancestors=None, selected_pk=0, soft_roots=True, request=None, no_extended=False, to_levels=100):
recursive function for marking all children and handling the active and inactive trees with the level limits
if not hasattr(target, "childrens"):
target.childrens = []
if ancestors == None:
ancestors = []
if in ancestors:
target.ancestor = True
if == selected_pk:
levels = active_levels
if (levels <= 0 or (target.soft_root and soft_roots)) and not in ancestors:
mark_sibling = False
for page in pages:
if page.parent_id and page.parent_id ==
if hasattr(target, "selected") or hasattr(target, "descendant"):
page.descendant = True
if len(target.childrens):
target.childrens[-1].last = False
page.ancestors_ascending = [target] + list(target.ancestors_ascending)
page.home_pk_cache = target.home_pk_cache
page.last = True
if hasattr(page, "selected"):
mark_sibling = True
if target.navigation_extenders and (levels > 0 or in ancestors) and not no_extended and target.level < to_levels:
target.childrens += get_extended_navigation_nodes(
list(target.ancestors_ascending) + [target],
def cut_levels(nodes, level):
For cutting the nav_extender levels if you have a from_level in the navigation.
result = []
if nodes:
if nodes[0].level == level:
return nodes
for node in nodes:
result += cut_levels(node.children, level)
return result
def find_selected(nodes):
Finds a selected nav_extender node
for node in nodes:
if hasattr(node, "selected"):
return node
if hasattr(node, "ancestor"):
result = find_selected(node.children)
if result:
return result
def set_language_changer(request, func):
Sets a language chooser function that accepts one parameter: language
The function should return a url in the supplied language
normally you would want to give it the get_absolute_url function with an optional language parameter
def get_absolute_url(self, language=None):
reverse('product_view', args=[self.get_slug(language=language)])
Use this function in your nav extender views that have i18n slugs.
request._language_changer = func
def language_changer_decorator(language_changer):
A decorator wrapper for set_language_changer.
from menus.utils import language_changer_decorator
def my_view_function(request, somearg):
def _decorator(func):
def _wrapped(request, *args, **kwargs):
set_language_changer(request, language_changer)
return func(request, *args, **kwargs)
_wrapped.__name__ = func.__name__
_wrapped.__doc__ = func.__doc__
return _wrapped
return _decorator
class _SimpleLanguageChanger(object):
def __init__(self, request):
self.request = request
self._app_path = None
def app_path(self):
if self._app_path is None:
page_path = self.get_page_path(self.request.LANGUAGE_CODE)
if page_path:
self._app_path = self.request.path[len(page_path):]
self._app_path = self.request.path
return self._app_path
def __call__(self, lang):
return '%s%s' % (self.get_page_path(lang), self.app_path)
def get_page_path(self, lang):
if getattr(self.request, 'current_page'):
return self.request.current_page.get_absolute_url(language=lang, fallback=False)
except Title.DoesNotExist:
return self.request.current_page.get_absolute_url(language=lang, fallback=True)
return self.request.current_page.get_absolute_url(language=lang)
return ''
def simple_language_changer(func):
def _wrapped(request, *args, **kwargs):
set_language_changer(request, _SimpleLanguageChanger(request))
return func(request, *args, **kwargs)
_wrapped.__name__ = func.__name__
_wrapped.__doc__ = func.__doc__
return _wrapped
def handle_navigation_manipulators(navigation_tree, request):
for handler_function_name, name in settings.CMS_NAVIGATION_MODIFIERS:
func_name = handler_function_name.split(".")[-1]
modifier = __import__(".".join(handler_function_name.split(".")[:-1]),(),(),(func_name,))
handler_func = getattr(modifier, func_name)
handler_func(navigation_tree, request)
return navigation_tree
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