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2  Setup.hs
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  1 +import Distribution.Simple
  2 +main = defaultMain
165 Text/Pandoc/Definition.hs
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  1 +{-# OPTIONS_GHC -fglasgow-exts #-} -- for deriving Typeable
  2 +{-
  3 +Copyright (C) 2006-2010 John MacFarlane <jgm@berkeley.edu>
  4 +
  5 +This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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  18 +-}
  19 +
  20 +{- |
  21 + Module : Text.Pandoc.Definition
  22 + Copyright : Copyright (C) 2006-2010 John MacFarlane
  23 + License : GNU GPL, version 2 or above
  24 +
  25 + Maintainer : John MacFarlane <jgm@berkeley.edu>
  26 + Stability : alpha
  27 + Portability : portable
  28 +
  29 +Definition of 'Pandoc' data structure for format-neutral representation
  30 +of documents.
  31 +-}
  32 +module Text.Pandoc.Definition where
  33 +
  34 +import Data.Generics
  35 +
  36 +data Pandoc = Pandoc Meta [Block] deriving (Eq, Ord, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
  37 +
  38 +-- | Bibliographic information for the document: title, authors, date.
  39 +data Meta = Meta { docTitle :: [Inline]
  40 + , docAuthors :: [[Inline]]
  41 + , docDate :: [Inline] }
  42 + deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Typeable, Data)
  43 +
  44 +-- | Alignment of a table column.
  45 +data Alignment = AlignLeft
  46 + | AlignRight
  47 + | AlignCenter
  48 + | AlignDefault deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Typeable, Data)
  49 +
  50 +-- | List attributes.
  51 +type ListAttributes = (Int, ListNumberStyle, ListNumberDelim)
  52 +
  53 +-- | Style of list numbers.
  54 +data ListNumberStyle = DefaultStyle
  55 + | Example
  56 + | Decimal
  57 + | LowerRoman
  58 + | UpperRoman
  59 + | LowerAlpha
  60 + | UpperAlpha deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Typeable, Data)
  61 +
  62 +-- | Delimiter of list numbers.
  63 +data ListNumberDelim = DefaultDelim
  64 + | Period
  65 + | OneParen
  66 + | TwoParens deriving (Eq, Ord, Show, Read, Typeable, Data)
  67 +
  68 +-- | Attributes: identifier, classes, key-value pairs
  69 +type Attr = (String, [String], [(String, String)])
  70 +
  71 +-- | Block element.
  72 +data Block
  73 + = Plain [Inline] -- ^ Plain text, not a paragraph
  74 + | Para [Inline] -- ^ Paragraph
  75 + | CodeBlock Attr String -- ^ Code block (literal) with attributes
  76 + | RawHtml String -- ^ Raw HTML block (literal)
  77 + | BlockQuote [Block] -- ^ Block quote (list of blocks)
  78 + | OrderedList ListAttributes [[Block]] -- ^ Ordered list (attributes
  79 + -- and a list of items, each a list of blocks)
  80 + | BulletList [[Block]] -- ^ Bullet list (list of items, each
  81 + -- a list of blocks)
  82 + | DefinitionList [([Inline],[[Block]])] -- ^ Definition list
  83 + -- Each list item is a pair consisting of a
  84 + -- term (a list of inlines) and one or more
  85 + -- definitions (each a list of blocks)
  86 + | Header Int [Inline] -- ^ Header - level (integer) and text (inlines)
  87 + | HorizontalRule -- ^ Horizontal rule
  88 + | Table [Inline] [Alignment] [Double] [[Block]] [[[Block]]] -- ^ Table,
  89 + -- with caption, column alignments,
  90 + -- relative column widths (0 = default),
  91 + -- column headers (each a list of blocks), and
  92 + -- rows (each a list of lists of blocks)
  93 + | Null -- ^ Nothing
  94 + deriving (Eq, Ord, Read, Show, Typeable, Data)
  95 +
  96 +-- | Type of quotation marks to use in Quoted inline.
  97 +data QuoteType = SingleQuote | DoubleQuote deriving (Show, Eq, Ord, Read, Typeable, Data)
  98 +
  99 +-- | Link target (URL, title).
  100 +type Target = (String, String)
  101 +
  102 +-- | Type of math element (display or inline).
  103 +data MathType = DisplayMath | InlineMath deriving (Show, Eq, Ord, Read, Typeable, Data)
  104 +
  105 +-- | Inline elements.
  106 +data Inline
  107 + = Str String -- ^ Text (string)
  108 + | Emph [Inline] -- ^ Emphasized text (list of inlines)
  109 + | Strong [Inline] -- ^ Strongly emphasized text (list of inlines)
  110 + | Strikeout [Inline] -- ^ Strikeout text (list of inlines)
  111 + | Superscript [Inline] -- ^ Superscripted text (list of inlines)
  112 + | Subscript [Inline] -- ^ Subscripted text (list of inlines)
  113 + | SmallCaps [Inline] -- ^ Small caps text (list of inlines)
  114 + | Quoted QuoteType [Inline] -- ^ Quoted text (list of inlines)
  115 + | Cite [Citation] [Inline] -- ^ Citation (list of inlines)
  116 + | Code String -- ^ Inline code (literal)
  117 + | Space -- ^ Inter-word space
  118 + | EmDash -- ^ Em dash
  119 + | EnDash -- ^ En dash
  120 + | Apostrophe -- ^ Apostrophe
  121 + | Ellipses -- ^ Ellipses
  122 + | LineBreak -- ^ Hard line break
  123 + | Math MathType String -- ^ TeX math (literal)
  124 + | TeX String -- ^ LaTeX code (literal)
  125 + | HtmlInline String -- ^ HTML code (literal)
  126 + | Link [Inline] Target -- ^ Hyperlink: text (list of inlines), target
  127 + | Image [Inline] Target -- ^ Image: alt text (list of inlines), target
  128 + -- and target
  129 + | Note [Block] -- ^ Footnote or endnote
  130 + deriving (Show, Eq, Ord, Read, Typeable, Data)
  131 +
  132 +data Citation = Citation { citationId :: String
  133 + , citationPrefix :: String
  134 + , citationLocator :: String
  135 + , citationNoteNum :: Int
  136 + , citationAutOnly :: Bool
  137 + , citationNoAut :: Bool
  138 + , citationHash :: Int
  139 + }
  140 + deriving (Show, Ord, Read, Typeable, Data)
  141 +
  142 +instance Eq Citation where
  143 + (==) (Citation _ _ _ _ _ _ ha)
  144 + (Citation _ _ _ _ _ _ hb) = ha == hb
  145 +
  146 +-- | Applies a transformation on @a@s to matching elements in a @b@.
  147 +processWith :: (Data a, Data b) => (a -> a) -> b -> b
  148 +processWith f = everywhere (mkT f)
  149 +
  150 +-- | Like 'processWith', but with monadic transformations.
  151 +processWithM :: (Monad m, Data a, Data b) => (a -> m a) -> b -> m b
  152 +processWithM f = everywhereM (mkM f)
  153 +
  154 +-- | Runs a query on matching @a@ elements in a @c@.
  155 +queryWith :: (Data a, Data c) => (a -> [b]) -> c -> [b]
  156 +queryWith f = everything (++) ([] `mkQ` f)
  157 +
  158 +{-# DEPRECATED processPandoc "Use processWith instead" #-}
  159 +processPandoc :: Data a => (a -> a) -> Pandoc -> Pandoc
  160 +processPandoc = processWith
  161 +
  162 +{-# DEPRECATED queryPandoc "Use queryWith instead" #-}
  163 +queryPandoc :: Data a => (a -> [b]) -> Pandoc -> [b]
  164 +queryPandoc = queryWith
  165 +
19 pandoc-types.cabal
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  1 +Name: pandoc-types
  2 +Version: 1.7
  3 +Synopsis: Types for representing a structured document
  4 +Homepage: http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc
  5 +License: GPL
  6 +License-file: COPYING
  7 +Author: John MacFarlane
  8 +Maintainer: jgm@berkeley.edu
  9 +Copyright: (c) 2006-2010 John MacFarlane
  10 +Category: Text
  11 +Build-type: Simple
  12 +Cabal-version: >=1.2
  13 +Library
  14 + Exposed-modules: Text.Pandoc.Definition
  15 + if impl(ghc >= 6.10)
  16 + Build-depends: base >= 4 && < 5, syb
  17 + else
  18 + Build-depends: base >= 3 && < 4
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