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import simplejson as json
from urlparse import urlparse
import cherrypy
import cfg
class Menu():
"""One menu item."""
def __init__(self, label="", icon="", url="#", order=50):
"""label is the text that is displayed on the menu.
icon is the icon to be displayed next to the label.
Choose from the Glyphicon set:
url is the url location that will be activated when the menu
item is selected.
order is the numerical rank of this item within the menu.
Lower order items appear closest to the top/left of the menu.
By convention, we use the spectrum between 0 and 100 to rank
orders, but feel free to disregard that. If you need more
granularity, don't bother renumbering things. Feel free to
use fractional orders.
self.label = label
self.icon = icon
self.url = url
self.order = order
self.items = []
def sort_items(self):
"""Sort the items in self.items by order."""
self.items = sorted(self.items, key=lambda x: x.order, reverse=False)
def add_item(self, label, icon, url, order=50, basehref=True):
"""This method creates a menu item with the parameters, adds
that menu item to this menu, and returns the item.
If BASEHREF is true and url start with a slash, prepend the cfg.base_href to it"""
if basehref and url.startswith("/"):
url = cfg.base_href + url
item = Menu(label=label, icon=icon, url=url, order=order)
return item
def active_p(self):
"""Returns True if this menu item is active, otherwise False.
We can tell if a menu is active if the menu item points
anywhere above url we are visiting in the url tree."""
return urlparse(cherrypy.url()).path.startswith(self.url)
def active_item(self):
"""Return item list (e.g. submenu) of active menu item."""
path = urlparse(cherrypy.url()).path
for item in self.items:
if path.startswith(item.url):
return item
def serializable(self, render_subs=False):
"""Return the items in self.items as a serializable object we can pass to json.
Note: this doesn't serialize all the data in this object."""
so = []
for item in self.items:
i = { 'label':item.label, 'icon':item.icon, 'url':item.url}
if item.active_p():
if item.items and render_subs:
i['subs'] = item.serializable()
return so
def encode(self, name="", render_subs=False):
"""return a string containing a javascript data structure
assigned to the menu name
if render_subs is True, we render submenus too"""
return ('<script type="text/javascript">\n <!--\n var %s_items=' % name
#+ json.dumps(self.serializable(render_subs=render_subs), separators=(',',':')) # compact
+ "\n"+ json.dumps(self.serializable(render_subs=render_subs), sort_keys=True, indent=4) # pretty print
+ ';\n // -->\n </script>')
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