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# frozen_string_literal: true
require 'forwardable'
require 'haml/parser'
require 'haml/compiler'
require 'haml/options'
require 'haml/helpers'
require 'haml/buffer'
require 'haml/filters'
require 'haml/error'
require 'haml/temple_engine'
module Haml
# This is the frontend for using Haml programmatically.
# It can be directly used by the user by creating a
# new instance and calling \{#render} to render the template.
# For example:
#
# template = File.read('templates/really_cool_template.haml')
# haml_engine = Haml::Engine.new(template)
# output = haml_engine.render
# puts output
class Engine
extend Forwardable
include Haml::Util
# The Haml::Options instance.
# See {file:REFERENCE.md#options the Haml options documentation}.
#
# @return Haml::Options
attr_accessor :options
# The indentation used in the Haml document,
# or `nil` if the indentation is ambiguous
# (for example, for a single-level document).
#
# @return [String]
attr_accessor :indentation
# Tilt currently depends on these moved methods, provide a stable API
def_delegators :compiler, :precompiled, :precompiled_method_return_value
def options_for_buffer
@options.for_buffer
end
# Precompiles the Haml template.
#
# @param template [String] The Haml template
# @param options [{Symbol => Object}] An options hash;
# see {file:REFERENCE.md#options the Haml options documentation}
# @raise [Haml::Error] if there's a Haml syntax error in the template
def initialize(template, options = {})
# Reflect changes of `Haml::Options.defaults` to `Haml::TempleEngine` options, but `#initialize_encoding`
# should be run against the arguemnt `options[:encoding]` for backward compatibility with old `Haml::Engine`.
options = Options.defaults.dup.tap { |o| o.delete(:encoding) }.merge!(options)
@options = Options.new(options)
@template = check_haml_encoding(template) do |msg, line|
raise Haml::Error.new(msg, line)
end
@temple_engine = TempleEngine.new(options)
@temple_engine.compile(@template)
end
# Deprecated API for backword compatibility
def compiler
@temple_engine
end
# Processes the template and returns the result as a string.
#
# `scope` is the context in which the template is evaluated.
# If it's a `Binding`, Haml uses it as the second argument to `Kernel#eval`;
# otherwise, Haml just uses its `#instance_eval` context.
#
# Note that Haml modifies the evaluation context
# (either the scope object or the `self` object of the scope binding).
# It extends {Haml::Helpers}, and various instance variables are set
# (all prefixed with `haml_`).
# For example:
#
# s = "foobar"
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= upcase").render(s) #=> "<p>FOOBAR</p>"
#
# # s now extends Haml::Helpers
# s.respond_to?(:html_attrs) #=> true
#
# `locals` is a hash of local variables to make available to the template.
# For example:
#
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= foo").render(Object.new, :foo => "Hello, world!") #=> "<p>Hello, world!</p>"
#
# If a block is passed to render,
# that block is run when `yield` is called
# within the template.
#
# Due to some Ruby quirks,
# if `scope` is a `Binding` object and a block is given,
# the evaluation context may not be quite what the user expects.
# In particular, it's equivalent to passing `eval("self", scope)` as `scope`.
# This won't have an effect in most cases,
# but if you're relying on local variables defined in the context of `scope`,
# they won't work.
#
# @param scope [Binding, Object] The context in which the template is evaluated
# @param locals [{Symbol => Object}] Local variables that will be made available
# to the template
# @param block [#to_proc] A block that can be yielded to within the template
# @return [String] The rendered template
def render(scope = Object.new, locals = {}, &block)
parent = scope.instance_variable_defined?(:@haml_buffer) ? scope.instance_variable_get(:@haml_buffer) : nil
buffer = Haml::Buffer.new(parent, @options.for_buffer)
if scope.is_a?(Binding)
scope_object = eval("self", scope)
scope = scope_object.instance_eval{binding} if block_given?
else
scope_object = scope
scope = scope_object.instance_eval{binding}
end
set_locals(locals.merge(:_hamlout => buffer, :_erbout => buffer.buffer), scope, scope_object)
scope_object.extend(Haml::Helpers)
scope_object.instance_variable_set(:@haml_buffer, buffer)
begin
eval(@temple_engine.precompiled_with_return_value, scope, @options.filename, @options.line)
rescue ::SyntaxError => e
raise SyntaxError, e.message
end
ensure
# Get rid of the current buffer
scope_object.instance_variable_set(:@haml_buffer, buffer.upper) if buffer
end
alias_method :to_html, :render
# Returns a proc that, when called,
# renders the template and returns the result as a string.
#
# `scope` works the same as it does for render.
#
# The first argument of the returned proc is a hash of local variable names to values.
# However, due to an unfortunate Ruby quirk,
# the local variables which can be assigned must be pre-declared.
# This is done with the `local_names` argument.
# For example:
#
# # This works
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= foo").render_proc(Object.new, :foo).call :foo => "Hello!"
# #=> "<p>Hello!</p>"
#
# # This doesn't
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= foo").render_proc.call :foo => "Hello!"
# #=> NameError: undefined local variable or method `foo'
#
# The proc doesn't take a block; any yields in the template will fail.
#
# @param scope [Binding, Object] The context in which the template is evaluated
# @param local_names [Array<Symbol>] The names of the locals that can be passed to the proc
# @return [Proc] The proc that will run the template
def render_proc(scope = Object.new, *local_names)
if scope.is_a?(Binding)
scope_object = eval("self", scope)
else
scope_object = scope
scope = scope_object.instance_eval{binding}
end
begin
str = @temple_engine.precompiled_with_ambles(local_names)
eval(
"Proc.new { |*_haml_locals| _haml_locals = _haml_locals[0] || {}; #{str}}\n",
scope,
@options.filename,
@options.line
)
rescue ::SyntaxError => e
raise SyntaxError, e.message
end
end
# Defines a method on `object` with the given name
# that renders the template and returns the result as a string.
#
# If `object` is a class or module,
# the method will instead be defined as an instance method.
# For example:
#
# t = Time.now
# Haml::Engine.new("%p\n Today's date is\n .date= self.to_s").def_method(t, :render)
# t.render #=> "<p>\n Today's date is\n <div class='date'>Fri Nov 23 18:28:29 -0800 2007</div>\n</p>\n"
#
# Haml::Engine.new(".upcased= upcase").def_method(String, :upcased_div)
# "foobar".upcased_div #=> "<div class='upcased'>FOOBAR</div>\n"
#
# The first argument of the defined method is a hash of local variable names to values.
# However, due to an unfortunate Ruby quirk,
# the local variables which can be assigned must be pre-declared.
# This is done with the `local_names` argument.
# For example:
#
# # This works
# obj = Object.new
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= foo").def_method(obj, :render, :foo)
# obj.render(:foo => "Hello!") #=> "<p>Hello!</p>"
#
# # This doesn't
# obj = Object.new
# Haml::Engine.new("%p= foo").def_method(obj, :render)
# obj.render(:foo => "Hello!") #=> NameError: undefined local variable or method `foo'
#
# Note that Haml modifies the evaluation context
# (either the scope object or the `self` object of the scope binding).
# It extends {Haml::Helpers}, and various instance variables are set
# (all prefixed with `haml_`).
#
# @param object [Object, Module] The object on which to define the method
# @param name [String, Symbol] The name of the method to define
# @param local_names [Array<Symbol>] The names of the locals that can be passed to the proc
def def_method(object, name, *local_names)
method = object.is_a?(Module) ? :module_eval : :instance_eval
object.send(method, "def #{name}(_haml_locals = {}); #{@temple_engine.precompiled_with_ambles(local_names)}; end",
@options.filename, @options.line)
end
private
def set_locals(locals, scope, scope_object)
scope_object.instance_variable_set :@_haml_locals, locals
set_locals = locals.keys.map { |k| "#{k} = @_haml_locals[#{k.inspect}]" }.join("\n")
eval(set_locals, scope)
end
end
end
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