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"""
This is the Django template system.
How it works:
The Lexer.tokenize() function converts a template string (i.e., a string containing
markup with custom template tags) to tokens, which can be either plain text
(TOKEN_TEXT), variables (TOKEN_VAR) or block statements (TOKEN_BLOCK).
The Parser() class takes a list of tokens in its constructor, and its parse()
method returns a compiled template -- which is, under the hood, a list of
Node objects.
Each Node is responsible for creating some sort of output -- e.g. simple text
(TextNode), variable values in a given context (VariableNode), results of basic
logic (IfNode), results of looping (ForNode), or anything else. The core Node
types are TextNode, VariableNode, IfNode and ForNode, but plugin modules can
define their own custom node types.
Each Node has a render() method, which takes a Context and returns a string of
the rendered node. For example, the render() method of a Variable Node returns
the variable's value as a string. The render() method of a ForNode returns the
rendered output of whatever was inside the loop, recursively.
The Template class is a convenient wrapper that takes care of template
compilation and rendering.
Usage:
The only thing you should ever use directly in this file is the Template class.
Create a compiled template object with a template_string, then call render()
with a context. In the compilation stage, the TemplateSyntaxError exception
will be raised if the template doesn't have proper syntax.
Sample code:
>>> from django import template
>>> s = '<html>{% if test %}<h1>{{ varvalue }}</h1>{% endif %}</html>'
>>> t = template.Template(s)
(t is now a compiled template, and its render() method can be called multiple
times with multiple contexts)
>>> c = template.Context({'test':True, 'varvalue': 'Hello'})
>>> t.render(c)
'<html><h1>Hello</h1></html>'
>>> c = template.Context({'test':False, 'varvalue': 'Hello'})
>>> t.render(c)
'<html></html>'
"""
from __future__ import unicode_literals
import inspect
import logging
import re
import warnings
from django.template.context import ( # NOQA: imported for backwards compatibility
BaseContext, Context, ContextPopException, RequestContext,
)
from django.utils import six
from django.utils.deprecation import RemovedInDjango110Warning
from django.utils.encoding import (
force_str, force_text, python_2_unicode_compatible,
)
from django.utils.formats import localize
from django.utils.html import conditional_escape, escape
from django.utils.inspect import getargspec
from django.utils.safestring import (
EscapeData, SafeData, mark_for_escaping, mark_safe,
)
from django.utils.text import (
get_text_list, smart_split, unescape_string_literal,
)
from django.utils.timezone import template_localtime
from django.utils.translation import pgettext_lazy, ugettext_lazy
from .exceptions import TemplateSyntaxError
TOKEN_TEXT = 0
TOKEN_VAR = 1
TOKEN_BLOCK = 2
TOKEN_COMMENT = 3
TOKEN_MAPPING = {
TOKEN_TEXT: 'Text',
TOKEN_VAR: 'Var',
TOKEN_BLOCK: 'Block',
TOKEN_COMMENT: 'Comment',
}
# template syntax constants
FILTER_SEPARATOR = '|'
FILTER_ARGUMENT_SEPARATOR = ':'
VARIABLE_ATTRIBUTE_SEPARATOR = '.'
BLOCK_TAG_START = '{%'
BLOCK_TAG_END = '%}'
VARIABLE_TAG_START = '{{'
VARIABLE_TAG_END = '}}'
COMMENT_TAG_START = '{#'
COMMENT_TAG_END = '#}'
TRANSLATOR_COMMENT_MARK = 'Translators'
SINGLE_BRACE_START = '{'
SINGLE_BRACE_END = '}'
# what to report as the origin for templates that come from non-loader sources
# (e.g. strings)
UNKNOWN_SOURCE = '<unknown source>'
# match a variable or block tag and capture the entire tag, including start/end
# delimiters
tag_re = (re.compile('(%s.*?%s|%s.*?%s|%s.*?%s)' %
(re.escape(BLOCK_TAG_START), re.escape(BLOCK_TAG_END),
re.escape(VARIABLE_TAG_START), re.escape(VARIABLE_TAG_END),
re.escape(COMMENT_TAG_START), re.escape(COMMENT_TAG_END))))
logger = logging.getLogger('django.template')
class TemplateEncodingError(Exception):
pass
@python_2_unicode_compatible
class VariableDoesNotExist(Exception):
def __init__(self, msg, params=()):
self.msg = msg
self.params = params
def __str__(self):
return self.msg % tuple(force_text(p, errors='replace') for p in self.params)
class Origin(object):
def __init__(self, name, template_name=None, loader=None):
self.name = name
self.template_name = template_name
self.loader = loader
def __str__(self):
return self.name
def __eq__(self, other):
if not isinstance(other, Origin):
return False
return (
self.name == other.name and
self.loader == other.loader
)
@property
def loader_name(self):
if self.loader:
return '%s.%s' % (
self.loader.__module__, self.loader.__class__.__name__,
)
class Template(object):
def __init__(self, template_string, origin=None, name=None, engine=None):
try:
template_string = force_text(template_string)
except UnicodeDecodeError:
raise TemplateEncodingError("Templates can only be constructed "
"from unicode or UTF-8 strings.")
# If Template is instantiated directly rather than from an Engine and
# exactly one Django template engine is configured, use that engine.
# This is required to preserve backwards-compatibility for direct use
# e.g. Template('...').render(Context({...}))
if engine is None:
from .engine import Engine
engine = Engine.get_default()
if origin is None:
origin = Origin(UNKNOWN_SOURCE)
self.name = name
self.origin = origin
self.engine = engine
self.source = template_string
self.nodelist = self.compile_nodelist()
def __iter__(self):
for node in self.nodelist:
for subnode in node:
yield subnode
def _render(self, context):
return self.nodelist.render(context)
def render(self, context):
"Display stage -- can be called many times"
context.render_context.push()
try:
if context.template is None:
with context.bind_template(self):
context.template_name = self.name
return self._render(context)
else:
return self._render(context)
finally:
context.render_context.pop()
def compile_nodelist(self):
"""
Parse and compile the template source into a nodelist. If debug
is True and an exception occurs during parsing, the exception is
is annotated with contextual line information where it occurred in the
template source.
"""
if self.engine.debug:
lexer = DebugLexer(self.source)
else:
lexer = Lexer(self.source)
tokens = lexer.tokenize()
parser = Parser(
tokens, self.engine.template_libraries, self.engine.template_builtins,
)
try:
return parser.parse()
except Exception as e:
if self.engine.debug:
e.template_debug = self.get_exception_info(e, e.token)
raise
def get_exception_info(self, exception, token):
"""
Return a dictionary containing contextual line information of where
the exception occurred in the template. The following information is
provided:
message
The message of the exception raised.
source_lines
The lines before, after, and including the line the exception
occurred on.
line
The line number the exception occurred on.
before, during, after
The line the exception occurred on split into three parts:
1. The content before the token that raised the error.
2. The token that raised the error.
3. The content after the token that raised the error.
total
The number of lines in source_lines.
top
The line number where source_lines starts.
bottom
The line number where source_lines ends.
start
The start position of the token in the template source.
end
The end position of the token in the template source.
"""
start, end = token.position
context_lines = 10
line = 0
upto = 0
source_lines = []
before = during = after = ""
for num, next in enumerate(linebreak_iter(self.source)):
if start >= upto and end <= next:
line = num
before = escape(self.source[upto:start])
during = escape(self.source[start:end])
after = escape(self.source[end:next])
source_lines.append((num, escape(self.source[upto:next])))
upto = next
total = len(source_lines)
top = max(1, line - context_lines)
bottom = min(total, line + 1 + context_lines)
# In some rare cases exc_value.args can be empty or an invalid
# unicode string.
try:
message = force_text(exception.args[0])
except (IndexError, UnicodeDecodeError):
message = '(Could not get exception message)'
return {
'message': message,
'source_lines': source_lines[top:bottom],
'before': before,
'during': during,
'after': after,
'top': top,
'bottom': bottom,
'total': total,
'line': line,
'name': self.origin.name,
'start': start,
'end': end,
}
def linebreak_iter(template_source):
yield 0
p = template_source.find('\n')
while p >= 0:
yield p + 1
p = template_source.find('\n', p + 1)
yield len(template_source) + 1
class Token(object):
def __init__(self, token_type, contents, position=None, lineno=None):
"""
A token representing a string from the template.
token_type
One of TOKEN_TEXT, TOKEN_VAR, TOKEN_BLOCK, or TOKEN_COMMENT.
contents
The token source string.
position
An optional tuple containing the start and end index of the token
in the template source. This is used for traceback information
when debug is on.
lineno
The line number the token appears on in the template source.
This is used for traceback information and gettext files.
"""
self.token_type, self.contents = token_type, contents
self.lineno = lineno
self.position = position
def __str__(self):
token_name = TOKEN_MAPPING[self.token_type]
return ('<%s token: "%s...">' %
(token_name, self.contents[:20].replace('\n', '')))
def split_contents(self):
split = []
bits = iter(smart_split(self.contents))
for bit in bits:
# Handle translation-marked template pieces
if bit.startswith(('_("', "_('")):
sentinal = bit[2] + ')'
trans_bit = [bit]
while not bit.endswith(sentinal):
bit = next(bits)
trans_bit.append(bit)
bit = ' '.join(trans_bit)
split.append(bit)
return split
class Lexer(object):
def __init__(self, template_string):
self.template_string = template_string
self.verbatim = False
def tokenize(self):
"""
Return a list of tokens from a given template_string.
"""
in_tag = False
lineno = 1
result = []
for bit in tag_re.split(self.template_string):
if bit:
result.append(self.create_token(bit, None, lineno, in_tag))
in_tag = not in_tag
lineno += bit.count('\n')
return result
def create_token(self, token_string, position, lineno, in_tag):
"""
Convert the given token string into a new Token object and return it.
If in_tag is True, we are processing something that matched a tag,
otherwise it should be treated as a literal string.
"""
if in_tag and token_string.startswith(BLOCK_TAG_START):
# The [2:-2] ranges below strip off *_TAG_START and *_TAG_END.
# We could do len(BLOCK_TAG_START) to be more "correct", but we've
# hard-coded the 2s here for performance. And it's not like
# the TAG_START values are going to change anytime, anyway.
block_content = token_string[2:-2].strip()
if self.verbatim and block_content == self.verbatim:
self.verbatim = False
if in_tag and not self.verbatim:
if token_string.startswith(VARIABLE_TAG_START):
token = Token(TOKEN_VAR, token_string[2:-2].strip(), position, lineno)
elif token_string.startswith(BLOCK_TAG_START):
if block_content[:9] in ('verbatim', 'verbatim '):
self.verbatim = 'end%s' % block_content
token = Token(TOKEN_BLOCK, block_content, position, lineno)
elif token_string.startswith(COMMENT_TAG_START):
content = ''
if token_string.find(TRANSLATOR_COMMENT_MARK):
content = token_string[2:-2].strip()
token = Token(TOKEN_COMMENT, content, position, lineno)
else:
token = Token(TOKEN_TEXT, token_string, position, lineno)
return token
class DebugLexer(Lexer):
def tokenize(self):
"""
Split a template string into tokens and annotates each token with its
start and end position in the source. This is slower than the default
lexer so we only use it when debug is True.
"""
lineno = 1
result = []
upto = 0
for match in tag_re.finditer(self.template_string):
start, end = match.span()
if start > upto:
token_string = self.template_string[upto:start]
result.append(self.create_token(token_string, (upto, start), lineno, in_tag=False))
lineno += token_string.count('\n')
upto = start
token_string = self.template_string[start:end]
result.append(self.create_token(token_string, (start, end), lineno, in_tag=True))
lineno += token_string.count('\n')
upto = end
last_bit = self.template_string[upto:]
if last_bit:
result.append(self.create_token(last_bit, (upto, upto + len(last_bit)), lineno, in_tag=False))
return result
class Parser(object):
def __init__(self, tokens, libraries=None, builtins=None):
self.tokens = tokens
self.tags = {}
self.filters = {}
self.command_stack = []
if libraries is None:
libraries = {}
if builtins is None:
builtins = []
self.libraries = libraries
for builtin in builtins:
self.add_library(builtin)
def parse(self, parse_until=None):
"""
Iterate through the parser tokens and compils each one into a node.
If parse_until is provided, parsing will stop once one of the
specified tokens has been reached. This is formatted as a list of
tokens, e.g. ['elif', 'else', 'endif']. If no matching token is
reached, raise an exception with the unclosed block tag details.
"""
if parse_until is None:
parse_until = []
nodelist = NodeList()
while self.tokens:
token = self.next_token()
# Use the raw values here for TOKEN_* for a tiny performance boost.
if token.token_type == 0: # TOKEN_TEXT
self.extend_nodelist(nodelist, TextNode(token.contents), token)
elif token.token_type == 1: # TOKEN_VAR
if not token.contents:
raise self.error(token, 'Empty variable tag')
try:
filter_expression = self.compile_filter(token.contents)
except TemplateSyntaxError as e:
raise self.error(token, e)
var_node = VariableNode(filter_expression)
self.extend_nodelist(nodelist, var_node, token)
elif token.token_type == 2: # TOKEN_BLOCK
try:
command = token.contents.split()[0]
except IndexError:
raise self.error(token, 'Empty block tag')
if command in parse_until:
# A matching token has been reached. Return control to
# the caller. Put the token back on the token list so the
# caller knows where it terminated.
self.prepend_token(token)
return nodelist
# Add the token to the command stack. This is used for error
# messages if further parsing fails due to an unclosed block
# tag.
self.command_stack.append((command, token))
# Get the tag callback function from the ones registered with
# the parser.
try:
compile_func = self.tags[command]
except KeyError:
self.invalid_block_tag(token, command, parse_until)
# Compile the callback into a node object and add it to
# the node list.
try:
compiled_result = compile_func(self, token)
except Exception as e:
raise self.error(token, e)
self.extend_nodelist(nodelist, compiled_result, token)
# Compile success. Remove the token from the command stack.
self.command_stack.pop()
if parse_until:
self.unclosed_block_tag(parse_until)
return nodelist
def skip_past(self, endtag):
while self.tokens:
token = self.next_token()
if token.token_type == TOKEN_BLOCK and token.contents == endtag:
return
self.unclosed_block_tag([endtag])
def extend_nodelist(self, nodelist, node, token):
# Check that non-text nodes don't appear before an extends tag.
if node.must_be_first and nodelist.contains_nontext:
raise self.error(
token, '%r must be the first tag in the template.' % node,
)
if isinstance(nodelist, NodeList) and not isinstance(node, TextNode):
nodelist.contains_nontext = True
# Set token here since we can't modify the node __init__ method
node.token = token
nodelist.append(node)
def error(self, token, e):
"""
Return an exception annotated with the originating token. Since the
parser can be called recursively, check if a token is already set. This
ensures the innermost token is highlighted if an exception occurs,
e.g. a compile error within the body of an if statement.
"""
if not isinstance(e, Exception):
e = TemplateSyntaxError(e)
if not hasattr(e, 'token'):
e.token = token
return e
def invalid_block_tag(self, token, command, parse_until=None):
if parse_until:
raise self.error(token, "Invalid block tag: '%s', expected %s" %
(command, get_text_list(["'%s'" % p for p in parse_until])))
raise self.error(token, "Invalid block tag: '%s'" % command)
def unclosed_block_tag(self, parse_until):
command, token = self.command_stack.pop()
msg = "Unclosed tag '%s'. Looking for one of: %s." % (command, ', '.join(parse_until))
raise self.error(token, msg)
def next_token(self):
return self.tokens.pop(0)
def prepend_token(self, token):
self.tokens.insert(0, token)
def delete_first_token(self):
del self.tokens[0]
def add_library(self, lib):
self.tags.update(lib.tags)
self.filters.update(lib.filters)
def compile_filter(self, token):
"""
Convenient wrapper for FilterExpression
"""
return FilterExpression(token, self)
def find_filter(self, filter_name):
if filter_name in self.filters:
return self.filters[filter_name]
else:
raise TemplateSyntaxError("Invalid filter: '%s'" % filter_name)
# This only matches constant *strings* (things in quotes or marked for
# translation). Numbers are treated as variables for implementation reasons
# (so that they retain their type when passed to filters).
constant_string = r"""
(?:%(i18n_open)s%(strdq)s%(i18n_close)s|
%(i18n_open)s%(strsq)s%(i18n_close)s|
%(strdq)s|
%(strsq)s)
""" % {
'strdq': r'"[^"\\]*(?:\\.[^"\\]*)*"', # double-quoted string
'strsq': r"'[^'\\]*(?:\\.[^'\\]*)*'", # single-quoted string
'i18n_open': re.escape("_("),
'i18n_close': re.escape(")"),
}
constant_string = constant_string.replace("\n", "")
filter_raw_string = r"""
^(?P<constant>%(constant)s)|
^(?P<var>[%(var_chars)s]+|%(num)s)|
(?:\s*%(filter_sep)s\s*
(?P<filter_name>\w+)
(?:%(arg_sep)s
(?:
(?P<constant_arg>%(constant)s)|
(?P<var_arg>[%(var_chars)s]+|%(num)s)
)
)?
)""" % {
'constant': constant_string,
'num': r'[-+\.]?\d[\d\.e]*',
'var_chars': "\w\.",
'filter_sep': re.escape(FILTER_SEPARATOR),
'arg_sep': re.escape(FILTER_ARGUMENT_SEPARATOR),
}
filter_re = re.compile(filter_raw_string, re.UNICODE | re.VERBOSE)
class FilterExpression(object):
"""
Parses a variable token and its optional filters (all as a single string),
and return a list of tuples of the filter name and arguments.
Sample::
>>> token = 'variable|default:"Default value"|date:"Y-m-d"'
>>> p = Parser('')
>>> fe = FilterExpression(token, p)
>>> len(fe.filters)
2
>>> fe.var
<Variable: 'variable'>
"""
def __init__(self, token, parser):
self.token = token
matches = filter_re.finditer(token)
var_obj = None
filters = []
upto = 0
for match in matches:
start = match.start()
if upto != start:
raise TemplateSyntaxError("Could not parse some characters: "
"%s|%s|%s" %
(token[:upto], token[upto:start],
token[start:]))
if var_obj is None:
var, constant = match.group("var", "constant")
if constant:
try:
var_obj = Variable(constant).resolve({})
except VariableDoesNotExist:
var_obj = None
elif var is None:
raise TemplateSyntaxError("Could not find variable at "
"start of %s." % token)
else:
var_obj = Variable(var)
else:
filter_name = match.group("filter_name")
args = []
constant_arg, var_arg = match.group("constant_arg", "var_arg")
if constant_arg:
args.append((False, Variable(constant_arg).resolve({})))
elif var_arg:
args.append((True, Variable(var_arg)))
filter_func = parser.find_filter(filter_name)
self.args_check(filter_name, filter_func, args)
filters.append((filter_func, args))
upto = match.end()
if upto != len(token):
raise TemplateSyntaxError("Could not parse the remainder: '%s' "
"from '%s'" % (token[upto:], token))
self.filters = filters
self.var = var_obj
def resolve(self, context, ignore_failures=False):
if isinstance(self.var, Variable):
try:
obj = self.var.resolve(context)
except VariableDoesNotExist:
if ignore_failures:
obj = None
else:
string_if_invalid = context.template.engine.string_if_invalid
if string_if_invalid:
if '%s' in string_if_invalid:
return string_if_invalid % self.var
else:
return string_if_invalid
else:
obj = string_if_invalid
else:
obj = self.var
for func, args in self.filters:
arg_vals = []
for lookup, arg in args:
if not lookup:
arg_vals.append(mark_safe(arg))
else:
arg_vals.append(arg.resolve(context))
if getattr(func, 'expects_localtime', False):
obj = template_localtime(obj, context.use_tz)
if getattr(func, 'needs_autoescape', False):
new_obj = func(obj, autoescape=context.autoescape, *arg_vals)
else:
new_obj = func(obj, *arg_vals)
if getattr(func, 'is_safe', False) and isinstance(obj, SafeData):
obj = mark_safe(new_obj)
elif isinstance(obj, EscapeData):
obj = mark_for_escaping(new_obj)
else:
obj = new_obj
return obj
def args_check(name, func, provided):
provided = list(provided)
# First argument, filter input, is implied.
plen = len(provided) + 1
# Check to see if a decorator is providing the real function.
func = getattr(func, '_decorated_function', func)
args, _, _, defaults = getargspec(func)
alen = len(args)
dlen = len(defaults or [])
# Not enough OR Too many
if plen < (alen - dlen) or plen > alen:
raise TemplateSyntaxError("%s requires %d arguments, %d provided" %
(name, alen - dlen, plen))
return True
args_check = staticmethod(args_check)
def __str__(self):
return self.token
def resolve_variable(path, context):
"""
Returns the resolved variable, which may contain attribute syntax, within
the given context.
Deprecated; use the Variable class instead.
"""
warnings.warn("resolve_variable() is deprecated. Use django.template."
"Variable(path).resolve(context) instead",
RemovedInDjango110Warning, stacklevel=2)
return Variable(path).resolve(context)
class Variable(object):
"""
A template variable, resolvable against a given context. The variable may
be a hard-coded string (if it begins and ends with single or double quote
marks)::
>>> c = {'article': {'section':'News'}}
>>> Variable('article.section').resolve(c)
'News'
>>> Variable('article').resolve(c)
{'section': 'News'}
>>> class AClass: pass
>>> c = AClass()
>>> c.article = AClass()
>>> c.article.section = 'News'
(The example assumes VARIABLE_ATTRIBUTE_SEPARATOR is '.')
"""
def __init__(self, var):
self.var = var
self.literal = None
self.lookups = None
self.translate = False
self.message_context = None
if not isinstance(var, six.string_types):
raise TypeError(
"Variable must be a string or number, got %s" % type(var))
try:
# First try to treat this variable as a number.
#
# Note that this could cause an OverflowError here that we're not
# catching. Since this should only happen at compile time, that's
# probably OK.
self.literal = float(var)
# So it's a float... is it an int? If the original value contained a
# dot or an "e" then it was a float, not an int.
if '.' not in var and 'e' not in var.lower():
self.literal = int(self.literal)
# "2." is invalid
if var.endswith('.'):
raise ValueError
except ValueError:
# A ValueError means that the variable isn't a number.
if var.startswith('_(') and var.endswith(')'):
# The result of the lookup should be translated at rendering
# time.
self.translate = True
var = var[2:-1]
# If it's wrapped with quotes (single or double), then
# we're also dealing with a literal.
try:
self.literal = mark_safe(unescape_string_literal(var))
except ValueError:
# Otherwise we'll set self.lookups so that resolve() knows we're
# dealing with a bonafide variable
if var.find(VARIABLE_ATTRIBUTE_SEPARATOR + '_') > -1 or var[0] == '_':
raise TemplateSyntaxError("Variables and attributes may "
"not begin with underscores: '%s'" %
var)
self.lookups = tuple(var.split(VARIABLE_ATTRIBUTE_SEPARATOR))
def resolve(self, context):
"""Resolve this variable against a given context."""
if self.lookups is not None:
# We're dealing with a variable that needs to be resolved
value = self._resolve_lookup(context)
else:
# We're dealing with a literal, so it's already been "resolved"
value = self.literal
if self.translate:
is_safe = isinstance(value, SafeData)
msgid = value.replace('%', '%%')
msgid = mark_safe(msgid) if is_safe else msgid
if self.message_context:
return pgettext_lazy(self.message_context, msgid)
else:
return ugettext_lazy(msgid)
return value
def __repr__(self):
return "<%s: %r>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self.var)
def __str__(self):
return self.var
def _resolve_lookup(self, context):
"""
Performs resolution of a real variable (i.e. not a literal) against the
given context.
As indicated by the method's name, this method is an implementation
detail and shouldn't be called by external code. Use Variable.resolve()
instead.
"""
current = context
try: # catch-all for silent variable failures
for bit in self.lookups:
try: # dictionary lookup
current = current[bit]
# ValueError/IndexError are for numpy.array lookup on
# numpy < 1.9 and 1.9+ respectively
except (TypeError, AttributeError, KeyError, ValueError, IndexError):
try: # attribute lookup
# Don't return class attributes if the class is the context:
if isinstance(current, BaseContext) and getattr(type(current), bit):
raise AttributeError
current = getattr(current, bit)
except (TypeError, AttributeError) as e:
# Reraise an AttributeError raised by a @property
if (isinstance(e, AttributeError) and
not isinstance(current, BaseContext) and bit in dir(current)):
raise
try: # list-index lookup
current = current[int(bit)]
except (IndexError, # list index out of range
ValueError, # invalid literal for int()
KeyError, # current is a dict without `int(bit)` key
TypeError): # unsubscriptable object
raise VariableDoesNotExist("Failed lookup for key "
"[%s] in %r",
(bit, current)) # missing attribute
if callable(current):
if getattr(current, 'do_not_call_in_templates', False):
pass
elif getattr(current, 'alters_data', False):
current = context.template.engine.string_if_invalid
else:
try: # method call (assuming no args required)
current = current()
except TypeError:
try:
inspect.getcallargs(current)
except TypeError: # arguments *were* required
current = context.template.engine.string_if_invalid # invalid method call
else:
raise
except Exception as e:
template_name = getattr(context, 'template_name', 'unknown')
logger.debug('{} - {}'.format(template_name, e))
if getattr(e, 'silent_variable_failure', False):
current = context.template.engine.string_if_invalid
else:
raise
return current
class Node(object):
# Set this to True for nodes that must be first in the template (although
# they can be preceded by text nodes.
must_be_first = False
child_nodelists = ('nodelist',)
token = None
def render(self, context):
"""
Return the node rendered as a string.
"""
pass
def render_annotated(self, context):
"""
Render the node. If debug is True and an exception occurs during
rendering, the exception is annotated with contextual line information
where it occurred in the template. For internal usage this method is
preferred over using the render method directly.
"""
try:
return self.render(context)
except Exception as e:
if context.template.engine.debug and not hasattr(e, 'template_debug'):
e.template_debug = context.template.get_exception_info(e, self.token)
raise
def __iter__(self):
yield self
def get_nodes_by_type(self, nodetype):
"""
Return a list of all nodes (within this node and its nodelist)
of the given type
"""
nodes = []
if isinstance(self, nodetype):
nodes.append(self)
for attr in self.child_nodelists:
nodelist = getattr(self, attr, None)
if nodelist:
nodes.extend(nodelist.get_nodes_by_type(nodetype))
return nodes
class NodeList(list):
# Set to True the first time a non-TextNode is inserted by
# extend_nodelist().
contains_nontext = False
def render(self, context):
bits = []
for node in self:
if isinstance(node, Node):
bit = node.render_annotated(context)
else:
bit = node
bits.append(force_text(bit))
return mark_safe(''.join(bits))
def get_nodes_by_type(self, nodetype):
"Return a list of all nodes of the given type"
nodes = []
for node in self:
nodes.extend(node.get_nodes_by_type(nodetype))
return nodes
class TextNode(Node):
def __init__(self, s):
self.s = s
def __repr__(self):
rep = "<%s: %r>" % (self.__class__.__name__, self.s[:25])
return force_str(rep, 'ascii', errors='replace')
def render(self, context):
return self.s
def render_value_in_context(value, context):
"""
Converts any value to a string to become part of a rendered template. This
means escaping, if required, and conversion to a unicode object. If value
is a string, it is expected to have already been translated.
"""
value = template_localtime(value, use_tz=context.use_tz)
value = localize(value, use_l10n=context.use_l10n)
value = force_text(value)
if ((context.autoescape and not isinstance(value, SafeData)) or
isinstance(value, EscapeData)):
return conditional_escape(value)
else:
return value
class VariableNode(Node):
def __init__(self, filter_expression):
self.filter_expression = filter_expression
def __repr__(self):
return "<Variable Node: %s>" % self.filter_expression
def render(self, context):
try:
output = self.filter_expression.resolve(context)
except UnicodeDecodeError:
# Unicode conversion can fail sometimes for reasons out of our
# control (e.g. exception rendering). In that case, we fail
# quietly.
return ''
return render_value_in_context(output, context)
# Regex for token keyword arguments
kwarg_re = re.compile(r"(?:(\w+)=)?(.+)")
def token_kwargs(bits, parser, support_legacy=False):
"""
A utility method for parsing token keyword arguments.
:param bits: A list containing remainder of the token (split by spaces)
that is to be checked for arguments. Valid arguments will be removed
from this list.
:param support_legacy: If set to true ``True``, the legacy format
``1 as foo`` will be accepted. Otherwise, only the standard ``foo=1``
format is allowed.
:returns: A dictionary of the arguments retrieved from the ``bits`` token
list.
There is no requirement for all remaining token ``bits`` to be keyword
arguments, so the dictionary will be returned as soon as an invalid
argument format is reached.
"""
if not bits:
return {}
match = kwarg_re.match(bits[0])
kwarg_format = match and match.group(1)
if not kwarg_format:
if not support_legacy:
return {}
if len(bits) < 3 or bits[1] != 'as':
return {}
kwargs = {}
while bits:
if kwarg_format:
match = kwarg_re.match(bits[0])
if not match or not match.group(1):
return kwargs
key, value = match.groups()
del bits[:1]
else:
if len(bits) < 3 or bits[1] != 'as':
return kwargs
key, value = bits[2], bits[0]
del bits[:3]
kwargs[key] = parser.compile_filter(value)
if bits and not kwarg_format:
if bits[0] != 'and':
return kwargs
del bits[:1]
return kwargs
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