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# $Id: nodes.py 7788 2015-02-16 22:10:52Z milde $
# Author: David Goodger <goodger@python.org>
# Maintainer: docutils-develop@lists.sourceforge.net
# Copyright: This module has been placed in the public domain.
"""
Docutils document tree element class library.
Classes in CamelCase are abstract base classes or auxiliary classes. The one
exception is `Text`, for a text (PCDATA) node; uppercase is used to
differentiate from element classes. Classes in lower_case_with_underscores
are element classes, matching the XML element generic identifiers in the DTD_.
The position of each node (the level at which it can occur) is significant and
is represented by abstract base classes (`Root`, `Structural`, `Body`,
`Inline`, etc.). Certain transformations will be easier because we can use
``isinstance(node, base_class)`` to determine the position of the node in the
hierarchy.
.. _DTD: http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docs/ref/docutils.dtd
"""
__docformat__ = 'reStructuredText'
import sys
import os
import re
import warnings
import types
import unicodedata
# ==============================
# Functional Node Base Classes
# ==============================
class Node(object):
"""Abstract base class of nodes in a document tree."""
parent = None
"""Back-reference to the Node immediately containing this Node."""
document = None
"""The `document` node at the root of the tree containing this Node."""
source = None
"""Path or description of the input source which generated this Node."""
line = None
"""The line number (1-based) of the beginning of this Node in `source`."""
def __nonzero__(self):
"""
Node instances are always true, even if they're empty. A node is more
than a simple container. Its boolean "truth" does not depend on
having one or more subnodes in the doctree.
Use `len()` to check node length. Use `None` to represent a boolean
false value.
"""
return True
if sys.version_info < (3,):
# on 2.x, str(node) will be a byte string with Unicode
# characters > 255 escaped; on 3.x this is no longer necessary
def __str__(self):
return unicode(self).encode('raw_unicode_escape')
def asdom(self, dom=None):
"""Return a DOM **fragment** representation of this Node."""
if dom is None:
import xml.dom.minidom as dom
domroot = dom.Document()
return self._dom_node(domroot)
def pformat(self, indent=' ', level=0):
"""
Return an indented pseudo-XML representation, for test purposes.
Override in subclasses.
"""
raise NotImplementedError
def copy(self):
"""Return a copy of self."""
raise NotImplementedError
def deepcopy(self):
"""Return a deep copy of self (also copying children)."""
raise NotImplementedError
def setup_child(self, child):
child.parent = self
if self.document:
child.document = self.document
if child.source is None:
child.source = self.document.current_source
if child.line is None:
child.line = self.document.current_line
def walk(self, visitor):
"""
Traverse a tree of `Node` objects, calling the
`dispatch_visit()` method of `visitor` when entering each
node. (The `walkabout()` method is similar, except it also
calls the `dispatch_departure()` method before exiting each
node.)
This tree traversal supports limited in-place tree
modifications. Replacing one node with one or more nodes is
OK, as is removing an element. However, if the node removed
or replaced occurs after the current node, the old node will
still be traversed, and any new nodes will not.
Within ``visit`` methods (and ``depart`` methods for
`walkabout()`), `TreePruningException` subclasses may be raised
(`SkipChildren`, `SkipSiblings`, `SkipNode`, `SkipDeparture`).
Parameter `visitor`: A `NodeVisitor` object, containing a
``visit`` implementation for each `Node` subclass encountered.
Return true if we should stop the traversal.
"""
stop = False
visitor.document.reporter.debug(
'docutils.nodes.Node.walk calling dispatch_visit for %s'
% self.__class__.__name__)
try:
try:
visitor.dispatch_visit(self)
except (SkipChildren, SkipNode):
return stop
except SkipDeparture: # not applicable; ignore
pass
children = self.children
try:
for child in children[:]:
if child.walk(visitor):
stop = True
break
except SkipSiblings:
pass
except StopTraversal:
stop = True
return stop
def walkabout(self, visitor):
"""
Perform a tree traversal similarly to `Node.walk()` (which
see), except also call the `dispatch_departure()` method
before exiting each node.
Parameter `visitor`: A `NodeVisitor` object, containing a
``visit`` and ``depart`` implementation for each `Node`
subclass encountered.
Return true if we should stop the traversal.
"""
call_depart = True
stop = False
visitor.document.reporter.debug(
'docutils.nodes.Node.walkabout calling dispatch_visit for %s'
% self.__class__.__name__)
try:
try:
visitor.dispatch_visit(self)
except SkipNode:
return stop
except SkipDeparture:
call_depart = False
children = self.children
try:
for child in children[:]:
if child.walkabout(visitor):
stop = True
break
except SkipSiblings:
pass
except SkipChildren:
pass
except StopTraversal:
stop = True
if call_depart:
visitor.document.reporter.debug(
'docutils.nodes.Node.walkabout calling dispatch_departure '
'for %s' % self.__class__.__name__)
visitor.dispatch_departure(self)
return stop
def _fast_traverse(self, cls):
"""Specialized traverse() that only supports instance checks."""
result = []
if isinstance(self, cls):
result.append(self)
for child in self.children:
result.extend(child._fast_traverse(cls))
return result
def _all_traverse(self):
"""Specialized traverse() that doesn't check for a condition."""
result = []
result.append(self)
for child in self.children:
result.extend(child._all_traverse())
return result
def traverse(self, condition=None, include_self=True, descend=True,
siblings=False, ascend=False):
"""
Return an iterable containing
* self (if include_self is true)
* all descendants in tree traversal order (if descend is true)
* all siblings (if siblings is true) and their descendants (if
also descend is true)
* the siblings of the parent (if ascend is true) and their
descendants (if also descend is true), and so on
If `condition` is not None, the iterable contains only nodes
for which ``condition(node)`` is true. If `condition` is a
node class ``cls``, it is equivalent to a function consisting
of ``return isinstance(node, cls)``.
If ascend is true, assume siblings to be true as well.
For example, given the following tree::
<paragraph>
<emphasis> <--- emphasis.traverse() and
<strong> <--- strong.traverse() are called.
Foo
Bar
<reference name="Baz" refid="baz">
Baz
Then list(emphasis.traverse()) equals ::
[<emphasis>, <strong>, <#text: Foo>, <#text: Bar>]
and list(strong.traverse(ascend=True)) equals ::
[<strong>, <#text: Foo>, <#text: Bar>, <reference>, <#text: Baz>]
"""
if ascend:
siblings=True
# Check for special argument combinations that allow using an
# optimized version of traverse()
if include_self and descend and not siblings:
if condition is None:
return self._all_traverse()
elif isinstance(condition, (types.ClassType, type)):
return self._fast_traverse(condition)
# Check if `condition` is a class (check for TypeType for Python
# implementations that use only new-style classes, like PyPy).
if isinstance(condition, (types.ClassType, type)):
node_class = condition
def condition(node, node_class=node_class):
return isinstance(node, node_class)
r = []
if include_self and (condition is None or condition(self)):
r.append(self)
if descend and len(self.children):
for child in self:
r.extend(child.traverse(include_self=True, descend=True,
siblings=False, ascend=False,
condition=condition))
if siblings or ascend:
node = self
while node.parent:
index = node.parent.index(node)
for sibling in node.parent[index+1:]:
r.extend(sibling.traverse(include_self=True,
descend=descend,
siblings=False, ascend=False,
condition=condition))
if not ascend:
break
else:
node = node.parent
return r
def next_node(self, condition=None, include_self=False, descend=True,
siblings=False, ascend=False):
"""
Return the first node in the iterable returned by traverse(),
or None if the iterable is empty.
Parameter list is the same as of traverse. Note that
include_self defaults to 0, though.
"""
iterable = self.traverse(condition=condition,
include_self=include_self, descend=descend,
siblings=siblings, ascend=ascend)
try:
return iterable[0]
except IndexError:
return None
if sys.version_info < (3,):
class reprunicode(unicode):
"""
A unicode sub-class that removes the initial u from unicode's repr.
"""
def __repr__(self):
return unicode.__repr__(self)[1:]
else:
reprunicode = unicode
def ensure_str(s):
"""
Failsave conversion of `unicode` to `str`.
"""
if sys.version_info < (3,) and isinstance(s, unicode):
return s.encode('ascii', 'backslashreplace')
return s
class Text(Node, reprunicode):
"""
Instances are terminal nodes (leaves) containing text only; no child
nodes or attributes. Initialize by passing a string to the constructor.
Access the text itself with the `astext` method.
"""
tagname = '#text'
children = ()
"""Text nodes have no children, and cannot have children."""
if sys.version_info > (3,):
def __new__(cls, data, rawsource=None):
"""Prevent the rawsource argument from propagating to str."""
if isinstance(data, bytes):
raise TypeError('expecting str data, not bytes')
return reprunicode.__new__(cls, data)
else:
def __new__(cls, data, rawsource=None):
"""Prevent the rawsource argument from propagating to str."""
return reprunicode.__new__(cls, data)
def __init__(self, data, rawsource=''):
self.rawsource = rawsource
"""The raw text from which this element was constructed."""
def shortrepr(self, maxlen=18):
data = self
if len(data) > maxlen:
data = data[:maxlen-4] + ' ...'
return '<%s: %r>' % (self.tagname, reprunicode(data))
def __repr__(self):
return self.shortrepr(maxlen=68)
def _dom_node(self, domroot):
return domroot.createTextNode(unicode(self))
def astext(self):
return reprunicode(self)
# Note about __unicode__: The implementation of __unicode__ here,
# and the one raising NotImplemented in the superclass Node had
# to be removed when changing Text to a subclass of unicode instead
# of UserString, since there is no way to delegate the __unicode__
# call to the superclass unicode:
# unicode itself does not have __unicode__ method to delegate to
# and calling unicode(self) or unicode.__new__ directly creates
# an infinite loop
def copy(self):
return self.__class__(reprunicode(self), rawsource=self.rawsource)
def deepcopy(self):
return self.copy()
def pformat(self, indent=' ', level=0):
result = []
indent = indent * level
for line in self.splitlines():
result.append(indent + line + '\n')
return ''.join(result)
# rstrip and lstrip are used by substitution definitions where
# they are expected to return a Text instance, this was formerly
# taken care of by UserString. Note that then and now the
# rawsource member is lost.
def rstrip(self, chars=None):
return self.__class__(reprunicode.rstrip(self, chars))
def lstrip(self, chars=None):
return self.__class__(reprunicode.lstrip(self, chars))
class Element(Node):
"""
`Element` is the superclass to all specific elements.
Elements contain attributes and child nodes. Elements emulate
dictionaries for attributes, indexing by attribute name (a string). To
set the attribute 'att' to 'value', do::
element['att'] = 'value'
There are two special attributes: 'ids' and 'names'. Both are
lists of unique identifiers, and names serve as human interfaces
to IDs. Names are case- and whitespace-normalized (see the
fully_normalize_name() function), and IDs conform to the regular
expression ``[a-z](-?[a-z0-9]+)*`` (see the make_id() function).
Elements also emulate lists for child nodes (element nodes and/or text
nodes), indexing by integer. To get the first child node, use::
element[0]
Elements may be constructed using the ``+=`` operator. To add one new
child node to element, do::
element += node
This is equivalent to ``element.append(node)``.
To add a list of multiple child nodes at once, use the same ``+=``
operator::
element += [node1, node2]
This is equivalent to ``element.extend([node1, node2])``.
"""
basic_attributes = ('ids', 'classes', 'names', 'dupnames')
"""List attributes which are defined for every Element-derived class
instance and can be safely transferred to a different node."""
local_attributes = ('backrefs',)
"""A list of class-specific attributes that should not be copied with the
standard attributes when replacing a node.
NOTE: Derived classes should override this value to prevent any of its
attributes being copied by adding to the value in its parent class."""
list_attributes = basic_attributes + local_attributes
"""List attributes, automatically initialized to empty lists for
all nodes."""
known_attributes = list_attributes + ('source',)
"""List attributes that are known to the Element base class."""
tagname = None
"""The element generic identifier. If None, it is set as an instance
attribute to the name of the class."""
child_text_separator = '\n\n'
"""Separator for child nodes, used by `astext()` method."""
def __init__(self, rawsource='', *children, **attributes):
self.rawsource = rawsource
"""The raw text from which this element was constructed."""
self.children = []
"""List of child nodes (elements and/or `Text`)."""
self.extend(children) # maintain parent info
self.attributes = {}
"""Dictionary of attribute {name: value}."""
# Initialize list attributes.
for att in self.list_attributes:
self.attributes[att] = []
for att, value in attributes.items():
att = att.lower()
if att in self.list_attributes:
# mutable list; make a copy for this node
self.attributes[att] = value[:]
else:
self.attributes[att] = value
if self.tagname is None:
self.tagname = self.__class__.__name__
def _dom_node(self, domroot):
element = domroot.createElement(self.tagname)
for attribute, value in self.attlist():
if isinstance(value, list):
value = ' '.join([serial_escape('%s' % (v,)) for v in value])
element.setAttribute(attribute, '%s' % value)
for child in self.children:
element.appendChild(child._dom_node(domroot))
return element
def __repr__(self):
data = ''
for c in self.children:
data += c.shortrepr()
if len(data) > 60:
data = data[:56] + ' ...'
break
if self['names']:
return '<%s "%s": %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__,
'; '.join([ensure_str(n) for n in self['names']]), data)
else:
return '<%s: %s>' % (self.__class__.__name__, data)
def shortrepr(self):
if self['names']:
return '<%s "%s"...>' % (self.__class__.__name__,
'; '.join([ensure_str(n) for n in self['names']]))
else:
return '<%s...>' % self.tagname
def __unicode__(self):
if self.children:
return u'%s%s%s' % (self.starttag(),
''.join([unicode(c) for c in self.children]),
self.endtag())
else:
return self.emptytag()
if sys.version_info > (3,):
# 2to3 doesn't convert __unicode__ to __str__
__str__ = __unicode__
def starttag(self, quoteattr=None):
# the optional arg is used by the docutils_xml writer
if quoteattr is None:
quoteattr = pseudo_quoteattr
parts = [self.tagname]
for name, value in self.attlist():
if value is None: # boolean attribute
parts.append('%s="True"' % name)
continue
if isinstance(value, list):
values = [serial_escape('%s' % (v,)) for v in value]
value = ' '.join(values)
else:
value = unicode(value)
value = quoteattr(value)
parts.append(u'%s=%s' % (name, value))
return u'<%s>' % u' '.join(parts)
def endtag(self):
return '</%s>' % self.tagname
def emptytag(self):
return u'<%s/>' % u' '.join([self.tagname] +
['%s="%s"' % (n, v)
for n, v in self.attlist()])
def __len__(self):
return len(self.children)
def __contains__(self, key):
# support both membership test for children and attributes
# (has_key is translated to "in" by 2to3)
if isinstance(key, basestring):
return key in self.attributes
return key in self.children
def __getitem__(self, key):
if isinstance(key, basestring):
return self.attributes[key]
elif isinstance(key, int):
return self.children[key]
elif isinstance(key, types.SliceType):
assert key.step in (None, 1), 'cannot handle slice with stride'
return self.children[key.start:key.stop]
else:
raise TypeError, ('element index must be an integer, a slice, or '
'an attribute name string')
def __setitem__(self, key, item):
if isinstance(key, basestring):
self.attributes[str(key)] = item
elif isinstance(key, int):
self.setup_child(item)
self.children[key] = item
elif isinstance(key, types.SliceType):
assert key.step in (None, 1), 'cannot handle slice with stride'
for node in item:
self.setup_child(node)
self.children[key.start:key.stop] = item
else:
raise TypeError, ('element index must be an integer, a slice, or '
'an attribute name string')
def __delitem__(self, key):
if isinstance(key, basestring):
del self.attributes[key]
elif isinstance(key, int):
del self.children[key]
elif isinstance(key, types.SliceType):
assert key.step in (None, 1), 'cannot handle slice with stride'
del self.children[key.start:key.stop]
else:
raise TypeError, ('element index must be an integer, a simple '
'slice, or an attribute name string')
def __add__(self, other):
return self.children + other
def __radd__(self, other):
return other + self.children
def __iadd__(self, other):
"""Append a node or a list of nodes to `self.children`."""
if isinstance(other, Node):
self.append(other)
elif other is not None:
self.extend(other)
return self
def astext(self):
return self.child_text_separator.join(
[child.astext() for child in self.children])
def non_default_attributes(self):
atts = {}
for key, value in self.attributes.items():
if self.is_not_default(key):
atts[key] = value
return atts
def attlist(self):
attlist = self.non_default_attributes().items()
attlist.sort()
return attlist
def get(self, key, failobj=None):
return self.attributes.get(key, failobj)
def hasattr(self, attr):
return attr in self.attributes
def delattr(self, attr):
if attr in self.attributes:
del self.attributes[attr]
def setdefault(self, key, failobj=None):
return self.attributes.setdefault(key, failobj)
has_key = hasattr
# support operator ``in``
__contains__ = hasattr
def get_language_code(self, fallback=''):
"""Return node's language tag.
Look iteratively in self and parents for a class argument
starting with ``language-`` and return the remainder of it
(which should be a `BCP49` language tag) or the `fallback`.
"""
for cls in self.get('classes', []):
if cls.startswith('language-'):
return cls[9:]
try:
return self.parent.get_language(fallback)
except AttributeError:
return fallback
def append(self, item):
self.setup_child(item)
self.children.append(item)
def extend(self, item):
for node in item:
self.append(node)
def insert(self, index, item):
if isinstance(item, Node):
self.setup_child(item)
self.children.insert(index, item)
elif item is not None:
self[index:index] = item
def pop(self, i=-1):
return self.children.pop(i)
def remove(self, item):
self.children.remove(item)
def index(self, item):
return self.children.index(item)
def is_not_default(self, key):
if self[key] == [] and key in self.list_attributes:
return 0
else:
return 1
def update_basic_atts(self, dict_):
"""
Update basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') from node or dictionary `dict_`.
"""
if isinstance(dict_, Node):
dict_ = dict_.attributes
for att in self.basic_attributes:
self.append_attr_list(att, dict_.get(att, []))
def append_attr_list(self, attr, values):
"""
For each element in values, if it does not exist in self[attr], append
it.
NOTE: Requires self[attr] and values to be sequence type and the
former should specifically be a list.
"""
# List Concatenation
for value in values:
if not value in self[attr]:
self[attr].append(value)
def coerce_append_attr_list(self, attr, value):
"""
First, convert both self[attr] and value to a non-string sequence
type; if either is not already a sequence, convert it to a list of one
element. Then call append_attr_list.
NOTE: self[attr] and value both must not be None.
"""
# List Concatenation
if not isinstance(self.get(attr), list):
self[attr] = [self[attr]]
if not isinstance(value, list):
value = [value]
self.append_attr_list(attr, value)
def replace_attr(self, attr, value, force = True):
"""
If self[attr] does not exist or force is True or omitted, set
self[attr] to value, otherwise do nothing.
"""
# One or the other
if force or self.get(attr) is None:
self[attr] = value
def copy_attr_convert(self, attr, value, replace = True):
"""
If attr is an attribute of self, set self[attr] to
[self[attr], value], otherwise set self[attr] to value.
NOTE: replace is not used by this function and is kept only for
compatibility with the other copy functions.
"""
if self.get(attr) is not value:
self.coerce_append_attr_list(attr, value)
def copy_attr_coerce(self, attr, value, replace):
"""
If attr is an attribute of self and either self[attr] or value is a
list, convert all non-sequence values to a sequence of 1 element and
then concatenate the two sequence, setting the result to self[attr].
If both self[attr] and value are non-sequences and replace is True or
self[attr] is None, replace self[attr] with value. Otherwise, do
nothing.
"""
if self.get(attr) is not value:
if isinstance(self.get(attr), list) or \
isinstance(value, list):
self.coerce_append_attr_list(attr, value)
else:
self.replace_attr(attr, value, replace)
def copy_attr_concatenate(self, attr, value, replace):
"""
If attr is an attribute of self and both self[attr] and value are
lists, concatenate the two sequences, setting the result to
self[attr]. If either self[attr] or value are non-sequences and
replace is True or self[attr] is None, replace self[attr] with value.
Otherwise, do nothing.
"""
if self.get(attr) is not value:
if isinstance(self.get(attr), list) and \
isinstance(value, list):
self.append_attr_list(attr, value)
else:
self.replace_attr(attr, value, replace)
def copy_attr_consistent(self, attr, value, replace):
"""
If replace is True or selfpattr] is None, replace self[attr] with
value. Otherwise, do nothing.
"""
if self.get(attr) is not value:
self.replace_attr(attr, value, replace)
def update_all_atts(self, dict_, update_fun = copy_attr_consistent,
replace = True, and_source = False):
"""
Updates all attributes from node or dictionary `dict_`.
Appends the basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') and then, for all other attributes in
dict_, updates the same attribute in self. When attributes with the
same identifier appear in both self and dict_, the two values are
merged based on the value of update_fun. Generally, when replace is
True, the values in self are replaced or merged with the values in
dict_; otherwise, the values in self may be preserved or merged. When
and_source is True, the 'source' attribute is included in the copy.
NOTE: When replace is False, and self contains a 'source' attribute,
'source' is not replaced even when dict_ has a 'source'
attribute, though it may still be merged into a list depending
on the value of update_fun.
NOTE: It is easier to call the update-specific methods then to pass
the update_fun method to this function.
"""
if isinstance(dict_, Node):
dict_ = dict_.attributes
# Include the source attribute when copying?
if and_source:
filter_fun = self.is_not_list_attribute
else:
filter_fun = self.is_not_known_attribute
# Copy the basic attributes
self.update_basic_atts(dict_)
# Grab other attributes in dict_ not in self except the
# (All basic attributes should be copied already)
for att in filter(filter_fun, dict_):
update_fun(self, att, dict_[att], replace)
def update_all_atts_consistantly(self, dict_, replace = True,
and_source = False):
"""
Updates all attributes from node or dictionary `dict_`.
Appends the basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') and then, for all other attributes in
dict_, updates the same attribute in self. When attributes with the
same identifier appear in both self and dict_ and replace is True, the
values in self are replaced with the values in dict_; otherwise, the
values in self are preserved. When and_source is True, the 'source'
attribute is included in the copy.
NOTE: When replace is False, and self contains a 'source' attribute,
'source' is not replaced even when dict_ has a 'source'
attribute, though it may still be merged into a list depending
on the value of update_fun.
"""
self.update_all_atts(dict_, Element.copy_attr_consistent, replace,
and_source)
def update_all_atts_concatenating(self, dict_, replace = True,
and_source = False):
"""
Updates all attributes from node or dictionary `dict_`.
Appends the basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') and then, for all other attributes in
dict_, updates the same attribute in self. When attributes with the
same identifier appear in both self and dict_ whose values aren't each
lists and replace is True, the values in self are replaced with the
values in dict_; if the values from self and dict_ for the given
identifier are both of list type, then the two lists are concatenated
and the result stored in self; otherwise, the values in self are
preserved. When and_source is True, the 'source' attribute is
included in the copy.
NOTE: When replace is False, and self contains a 'source' attribute,
'source' is not replaced even when dict_ has a 'source'
attribute, though it may still be merged into a list depending
on the value of update_fun.
"""
self.update_all_atts(dict_, Element.copy_attr_concatenate, replace,
and_source)
def update_all_atts_coercion(self, dict_, replace = True,
and_source = False):
"""
Updates all attributes from node or dictionary `dict_`.
Appends the basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') and then, for all other attributes in
dict_, updates the same attribute in self. When attributes with the
same identifier appear in both self and dict_ whose values are both
not lists and replace is True, the values in self are replaced with
the values in dict_; if either of the values from self and dict_ for
the given identifier are of list type, then first any non-lists are
converted to 1-element lists and then the two lists are concatenated
and the result stored in self; otherwise, the values in self are
preserved. When and_source is True, the 'source' attribute is
included in the copy.
NOTE: When replace is False, and self contains a 'source' attribute,
'source' is not replaced even when dict_ has a 'source'
attribute, though it may still be merged into a list depending
on the value of update_fun.
"""
self.update_all_atts(dict_, Element.copy_attr_coerce, replace,
and_source)
def update_all_atts_convert(self, dict_, and_source = False):
"""
Updates all attributes from node or dictionary `dict_`.
Appends the basic attributes ('ids', 'names', 'classes',
'dupnames', but not 'source') and then, for all other attributes in
dict_, updates the same attribute in self. When attributes with the
same identifier appear in both self and dict_ then first any non-lists
are converted to 1-element lists and then the two lists are
concatenated and the result stored in self; otherwise, the values in
self are preserved. When and_source is True, the 'source' attribute
is included in the copy.
NOTE: When replace is False, and self contains a 'source' attribute,
'source' is not replaced even when dict_ has a 'source'
attribute, though it may still be merged into a list depending
on the value of update_fun.
"""
self.update_all_atts(dict_, Element.copy_attr_convert,
and_source = and_source)
def clear(self):
self.children = []
def replace(self, old, new):
"""Replace one child `Node` with another child or children."""
index = self.index(old)
if isinstance(new, Node):
self.setup_child(new)
self[index] = new
elif new is not None:
self[index:index+1] = new
def replace_self(self, new):
"""
Replace `self` node with `new`, where `new` is a node or a
list of nodes.
"""
update = new
if not isinstance(new, Node):
# `new` is a list; update first child.
try:
update = new[0]
except IndexError:
update = None
if isinstance(update, Element):
update.update_basic_atts(self)
else:
# `update` is a Text node or `new` is an empty list.
# Assert that we aren't losing any attributes.
for att in self.basic_attributes:
assert not self[att], \
'Losing "%s" attribute: %s' % (att, self[att])
self.parent.replace(self, new)
def first_child_matching_class(self, childclass, start=0, end=sys.maxint):
"""
Return the index of the first child whose class exactly matches.
Parameters:
- `childclass`: A `Node` subclass to search for, or a tuple of `Node`
classes. If a tuple, any of the classes may match.
- `start`: Initial index to check.
- `end`: Initial index to *not* check.
"""
if not isinstance(childclass, tuple):
childclass = (childclass,)
for index in range(start, min(len(self), end)):
for c in childclass:
if isinstance(self[index], c):
return index
return None
def first_child_not_matching_class(self, childclass, start=0,
end=sys.maxint):
"""
Return the index of the first child whose class does *not* match.
Parameters:
- `childclass`: A `Node` subclass to skip, or a tuple of `Node`
classes. If a tuple, none of the classes may match.
- `start`: Initial index to check.
- `end`: Initial index to *not* check.
"""
if not isinstance(childclass, tuple):
childclass = (childclass,)
for index in range(start, min(len(self), end)):
for c in childclass:
if isinstance(self.children[index], c):
break
else:
return index
return None
def pformat(self, indent=' ', level=0):
return ''.join(['%s%s\n' % (indent * level, self.starttag())] +
[child.pformat(indent, level+1)
for child in self.children])
def copy(self):
return self.__class__(rawsource=self.rawsource, **self.attributes)
def deepcopy(self):
copy = self.copy()
copy.extend([child.deepcopy() for child in self.children])
return copy
def set_class(self, name):
"""Add a new class to the "classes" attribute."""
warnings.warn('docutils.nodes.Element.set_class deprecated; '
"append to Element['classes'] list attribute directly",
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
assert ' ' not in name
self['classes'].append(name.lower())
def note_referenced_by(self, name=None, id=None):
"""Note that this Element has been referenced by its name
`name` or id `id`."""
self.referenced = 1
# Element.expect_referenced_by_* dictionaries map names or ids
# to nodes whose ``referenced`` attribute is set to true as
# soon as this node is referenced by the given name or id.
# Needed for target propagation.
by_name = getattr(self, 'expect_referenced_by_name', {}).get(name)
by_id = getattr(self, 'expect_referenced_by_id', {}).get(id)
if by_name:
assert name is not None
by_name.referenced = 1
if by_id:
assert id is not None
by_id.referenced = 1
@classmethod
def is_not_list_attribute(cls, attr):
"""
Returns True if and only if the given attribute is NOT one of the
basic list attributes defined for all Elements.
"""
return attr not in cls.list_attributes
@classmethod
def is_not_known_attribute(cls, attr):
"""
Returns True if and only if the given attribute is NOT recognized by
this class.
"""
return attr not in cls.known_attributes
class TextElement(Element):
"""
An element which directly contains text.
Its children are all `Text` or `Inline` subclass nodes. You can
check whether an element's context is inline simply by checking whether
its immediate parent is a `TextElement` instance (including subclasses).
This is handy for nodes like `image` that can appear both inline and as
standalone body elements.
If passing children to `__init__()`, make sure to set `text` to
``''`` or some other suitable value.
"""
child_text_separator = ''
"""Separator for child nodes, used by `astext()` method."""
def __init__(self, rawsource='', text='', *children, **attributes):
if text != '':
textnode = Text(text)
Element.__init__(self, rawsource, textnode, *children,
**attributes)
else:
Element.__init__(self, rawsource, *children, **attributes)
class FixedTextElement(TextElement):
"""An element which directly contains preformatted text."""
def __init__(self, rawsource='', text='', *children, **attributes):
TextElement.__init__(self, rawsource, text, *children, **attributes)
self.attributes['xml:space'] = 'preserve'
# ========
# Mixins
# ========
class Resolvable:
resolved = 0
class BackLinkable:
def add_backref(self, refid):
self['backrefs'].append(refid)
# ====================
# Element Categories
# ====================
class Root: pass
class Titular: pass
class PreBibliographic:
"""Category of Node which may occur before Bibliographic Nodes."""
class Bibliographic: pass
class Decorative(PreBibliographic): pass
class Structural: pass
class Body: pass
class General(Body): pass
class Sequential(Body):
"""List-like elements."""
class Admonition(Body): pass
class Special(Body):
"""Special internal body elements."""
class Invisible(PreBibliographic):
"""Internal elements that don't appear in output."""
class Part: pass
class Inline: pass
class Referential(Resolvable): pass
class Targetable(Resolvable):
referenced = 0
indirect_reference_name = None
"""Holds the whitespace_normalized_name (contains mixed case) of a target.
Required for MoinMoin/reST compatibility."""
class Labeled:
"""Contains a `label` as its first element."""
# ==============
# Root Element
# ==============
class document(Root, Structural, Element):
"""
The document root element.
Do not instantiate this class directly; use
`docutils.utils.new_document()` instead.
"""
def __init__(self, settings, reporter, *args, **kwargs):
Element.__init__(self, *args, **kwargs)
self.current_source = None
"""Path to or description of the input source being processed."""
self.current_line = None
"""Line number (1-based) of `current_source`."""
self.settings = settings
"""Runtime settings data record."""
self.reporter = reporter
"""System message generator."""
self.indirect_targets = []
"""List of indirect target nodes."""
self.substitution_defs = {}
"""Mapping of substitution names to substitution_definition nodes."""
self.substitution_names = {}
"""Mapping of case-normalized substitution names to case-sensitive
names."""
self.refnames = {}
"""Mapping of names to lists of referencing nodes."""
self.refids = {}
"""Mapping of ids to lists of referencing nodes."""
self.nameids = {}
"""Mapping of names to unique id's."""
self.nametypes = {}
"""Mapping of names to hyperlink type (boolean: True => explicit,
False => implicit."""
self.ids = {}
"""Mapping of ids to nodes."""
self.footnote_refs = {}
"""Mapping of footnote labels to lists of footnote_reference nodes."""
self.citation_refs = {}
"""Mapping of citation labels to lists of citation_reference nodes."""
self.autofootnotes = []
"""List of auto-numbered footnote nodes."""
self.autofootnote_refs = []
"""List of auto-numbered footnote_reference nodes."""
self.symbol_footnotes = []
"""List of symbol footnote nodes."""
self.symbol_footnote_refs = []
"""List of symbol footnote_reference nodes."""
self.footnotes = []
"""List of manually-numbered footnote nodes."""
self.citations = []
"""List of citation nodes."""
self.autofootnote_start = 1
"""Initial auto-numbered footnote number."""
self.symbol_footnote_start = 0
"""Initial symbol footnote symbol index."""
self.id_start = 1
"""Initial ID number."""
self.parse_messages = []
"""System messages generated while parsing."""
self.transform_messages = []
"""System messages generated while applying transforms."""
import docutils.transforms
self.transformer = docutils.transforms.Transformer(self)
"""Storage for transforms to be applied to this document."""
self.decoration = None
"""Document's `decoration` node."""
self.document = self
def __getstate__(self):
"""
Return dict with unpicklable references removed.
"""
state = self.__dict__.copy()
state['reporter'] = None
state['transformer'] = None
return state
def asdom(self, dom=None):
"""Return a DOM representation of this document."""
if dom is None:
import xml.dom.minidom as dom
domroot = dom.Document()
domroot.appendChild(self._dom_node(domroot))
return domroot
def set_id(self, node, msgnode=None):
for id in node['ids']:
if id in self.ids and self.ids[id] is not node:
msg = self.reporter.severe('Duplicate ID: "%s".' % id)
if msgnode != None:
msgnode += msg
if not node['ids']:
for name in node['names']:
id = self.settings.id_prefix + make_id(name)
if id and id not in self.ids:
break
else:
id = ''
while not id or id in self.ids:
id = (self.settings.id_prefix +
self.settings.auto_id_prefix + str(self.id_start))
self.id_start += 1
node['ids'].append(id)
self.ids[id] = node
return id
def set_name_id_map(self, node, id, msgnode=None, explicit=None):
"""
`self.nameids` maps names to IDs, while `self.nametypes` maps names to
booleans representing hyperlink type (True==explicit,
False==implicit). This method updates the mappings.
The following state transition table shows how `self.nameids` ("ids")
and `self.nametypes` ("types") change with new input (a call to this
method), and what actions are performed ("implicit"-type system
messages are INFO/1, and "explicit"-type system messages are ERROR/3):
==== ===== ======== ======== ======= ==== ===== =====
Old State Input Action New State Notes
----------- -------- ----------------- ----------- -----
ids types new type sys.msg. dupname ids types
==== ===== ======== ======== ======= ==== ===== =====
- - explicit - - new True
- - implicit - - new False
None False explicit - - new True
old False explicit implicit old new True
None True explicit explicit new None True
old True explicit explicit new,old None True [#]_
None False implicit implicit new None False
old False implicit implicit new,old None False
None True implicit implicit new None True
old True implicit implicit new old True
==== ===== ======== ======== ======= ==== ===== =====
.. [#] Do not clear the name-to-id map or invalidate the old target if
both old and new targets are external and refer to identical URIs.
The new target is invalidated regardless.
"""
for name in node['names']:
if name in self.nameids:
self.set_duplicate_name_id(node, id, name, msgnode, explicit)
else:
self.nameids[name] = id
self.nametypes[name] = explicit
def set_duplicate_name_id(self, node, id, name, msgnode, explicit):
old_id = self.nameids[name]
old_explicit = self.nametypes[name]
self.nametypes[name] = old_explicit or explicit
if explicit:
if old_explicit:
level = 2
if old_id is not None:
old_node = self.ids[old_id]
if 'refuri' in node:
refuri = node['refuri']
if old_node['names'] \
and 'refuri' in old_node \
and old_node['refuri'] == refuri:
level = 1 # just inform if refuri's identical
if level > 1:
dupname(old_node, name)
self.nameids[name] = None
msg = self.reporter.system_message(
level, 'Duplicate explicit target name: "%s".' % name,
backrefs=[id], base_node=node)
if msgnode != None:
msgnode += msg
dupname(node, name)
else:
self.nameids[name] = id
if old_id is not None:
old_node = self.ids[old_id]
dupname(old_node, name)
else:
if old_id is not None and not old_explicit:
self.nameids[name] = None
old_node = self.ids[old_id]
dupname(old_node, name)
dupname(node, name)
if not explicit or (not old_explicit and old_id is not None):
msg = self.reporter.info(
'Duplicate implicit target name: "%s".' % name,
backrefs=[id], base_node=node)
if msgnode != None:
msgnode += msg
def has_name(self, name):
return name in self.nameids
# "note" here is an imperative verb: "take note of".
def note_implicit_target(self, target, msgnode=None):
id = self.set_id(target, msgnode)
self.set_name_id_map(target, id, msgnode, explicit=None)
def note_explicit_target(self, target, msgnode=None):
id = self.set_id(target, msgnode)
self.set_name_id_map(target, id, msgnode, explicit=True)
def note_refname(self, node):
self.refnames.setdefault(node['refname'], []).append(node)
def note_refid(self, node):
self.refids.setdefault(node['refid'], []).append(node)
def note_indirect_target(self, target):
self.indirect_targets.append(target)
if target['names']:
self.note_refname(target)
def note_anonymous_target(self, target):
self.set_id(target)
def note_autofootnote(self, footnote):
self.set_id(footnote)
self.autofootnotes.append(footnote)
def note_autofootnote_ref(self, ref):
self.set_id(ref)
self.autofootnote_refs.append(ref)
def note_symbol_footnote(self, footnote):
self.set_id(footnote)
self.symbol_footnotes.append(footnote)
def note_symbol_footnote_ref(self, ref):
self.set_id(ref)
self.symbol_footnote_refs.append(ref)
def note_footnote(self, footnote):
self.set_id(footnote)
self.footnotes.append(footnote)
def note_footnote_ref(self, ref):
self.set_id(ref)
self.footnote_refs.setdefault(ref['refname'], []).append(ref)
self.note_refname(ref)
def note_citation(self, citation):
self.citations.append(citation)
def note_citation_ref(self, ref):
self.set_id(ref)
self.citation_refs.setdefault(ref['refname'], []).append(ref)
self.note_refname(ref)
def note_substitution_def(self, subdef, def_name, msgnode=None):
name = whitespace_normalize_name(def_name)
if name in self.substitution_defs:
msg = self.reporter.error(
'Duplicate substitution definition name: "%s".' % name,
base_node=subdef)
if msgnode != None:
msgnode += msg
oldnode = self.substitution_defs[name]
dupname(oldnode, name)
# keep only the last definition:
self.substitution_defs[name] = subdef
# case-insensitive mapping:
self.substitution_names[fully_normalize_name(name)] = name
def note_substitution_ref(self, subref, refname):
subref['refname'] = whitespace_normalize_name(refname)
def note_pending(self, pending, priority=None):
self.transformer.add_pending(pending, priority)
def note_parse_message(self, message):
self.parse_messages.append(message)
def note_transform_message(self, message):
self.transform_messages.append(message)
def note_source(self, source, offset):
self.current_source = source
if offset is None:
self.current_line = offset
else:
self.current_line = offset + 1
def copy(self):
return self.__class__(self.settings, self.reporter,
**self.attributes)
def get_decoration(self):
if not self.decoration:
self.decoration = decoration()
index = self.first_child_not_matching_class(Titular)
if index is None:
self.append(self.decoration)
else:
self.insert(index, self.decoration)
return self.decoration
# ================
# Title Elements
# ================
class title(Titular, PreBibliographic, TextElement): pass
class subtitle(Titular, PreBibliographic, TextElement): pass
class rubric(Titular, TextElement): pass
# ========================
# Bibliographic Elements
# ========================
class docinfo(Bibliographic, Element): pass
class author(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class authors(Bibliographic, Element): pass
class organization(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class address(Bibliographic, FixedTextElement): pass
class contact(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class version(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class revision(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class status(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class date(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
class copyright(Bibliographic, TextElement): pass
# =====================
# Decorative Elements
# =====================
class decoration(Decorative, Element):
def get_header(self):
if not len(self.children) or not isinstance(self.children[0], header):
self.insert(0, header())
return self.children[0]
def get_footer(self):
if not len(self.children) or not isinstance(self.children[-1], footer):
self.append(footer())
return self.children[-1]
class header(Decorative, Element): pass
class footer(Decorative, Element): pass
# =====================
# Structural Elements
# =====================
class section(Structural, Element): pass
class topic(Structural, Element):
"""
Topics are terminal, "leaf" mini-sections, like block quotes with titles,
or textual figures. A topic is just like a section, except that it has no
subsections, and it doesn't have to conform to section placement rules.
Topics are allowed wherever body elements (list, table, etc.) are allowed,
but only at the top level of a section or document. Topics cannot nest
inside topics, sidebars, or body elements; you can't have a topic inside a
table, list, block quote, etc.
"""
class sidebar(Structural, Element):
"""
Sidebars are like miniature, parallel documents that occur inside other
documents, providing related or reference material. A sidebar is
typically offset by a border and "floats" to the side of the page; the
document's main text may flow around it. Sidebars can also be likened to
super-footnotes; their content is outside of the flow of the document's
main text.
Sidebars are allowed wherever body elements (list, table, etc.) are
allowed, but only at the top level of a section or document. Sidebars
cannot nest inside sidebars, topics, or body elements; you can't have a
sidebar inside a table, list, block quote, etc.
"""
class transition(Structural, Element): pass
# ===============
# Body Elements
# ===============
class paragraph(General, TextElement): pass
class compound(General, Element): pass
class container(General, Element): pass
class bullet_list(Sequential, Element): pass
class enumerated_list(Sequential, Element): pass
class list_item(Part, Element): pass
class definition_list(Sequential, Element): pass
class definition_list_item(Part, Element): pass
class term(Part, TextElement): pass
class classifier(Part, TextElement): pass
class definition(Part, Element): pass
class field_list(Sequential, Element): pass
class field(Part, Element): pass
class field_name(Part, TextElement): pass
class field_body(Part, Element): pass
class option(Part, Element):
child_text_separator = ''
class option_argument(Part, TextElement):
def astext(self):
return self.get('delimiter', ' ') + TextElement.astext(self)
class option_group(Part, Element):
child_text_separator = ', '
class option_list(Sequential, Element): pass
class option_list_item(Part, Element):
child_text_separator = ' '
class option_string(Part, TextElement): pass
class description(Part, Element): pass
class literal_block(General, FixedTextElement): pass
class doctest_block(General, FixedTextElement): pass
class math_block(General, FixedTextElement): pass
class line_block(General, Element): pass
class line(Part, TextElement):
indent = None
class block_quote(General, Element): pass
class attribution(Part, TextElement): pass
class attention(Admonition, Element): pass
class caution(Admonition, Element): pass
class danger(Admonition, Element): pass
class error(Admonition, Element): pass
class important(Admonition, Element): pass
class note(Admonition, Element): pass
class tip(Admonition, Element): pass
class hint(Admonition, Element): pass
class warning(Admonition, Element): pass
class admonition(Admonition, Element): pass
class comment(Special, Invisible, FixedTextElement): pass
class substitution_definition(Special, Invisible, TextElement): pass
class target(Special, Invisible, Inline, TextElement, Targetable): pass
class footnote(General, BackLinkable, Element, Labeled, Targetable): pass
class citation(General, BackLinkable, Element, Labeled, Targetable): pass
class label(Part, TextElement): pass
class figure(General, Element): pass
class caption(Part, TextElement): pass
class legend(Part, Element): pass
class table(General, Element): pass
class tgroup(Part, Element): pass
class colspec(Part, Element): pass
class thead(Part, Element): pass
class tbody(Part, Element): pass
class row(Part, Element): pass
class entry(Part, Element): pass
class system_message(Special, BackLinkable, PreBibliographic, Element):
"""
System message element.
Do not instantiate this class directly; use
``document.reporter.info/warning/error/severe()`` instead.
"""
def __init__(self, message=None, *children, **attributes):
if message:
p = paragraph('', message)
children = (p,) + children
try:
Element.__init__(self, '', *children, **attributes)
except:
print 'system_message: children=%r' % (children,)
raise
def astext(self):
line = self.get('line', '')
return u'%s:%s: (%s/%s) %s' % (self['source'], line, self['type'],
self['level'], Element.astext(self))
class pending(Special, Invisible, Element):
"""
The "pending" element is used to encapsulate a pending operation: the
operation (transform), the point at which to apply it, and any data it
requires. Only the pending operation's location within the document is
stored in the public document tree (by the "pending" object itself); the
operation and its data are stored in the "pending" object's internal
instance attributes.
For example, say you want a table of contents in your reStructuredText
document. The easiest way to specify where to put it is from within the
document, with a directive::
.. contents::
But the "contents" directive can't do its work until the entire document
has been parsed and possibly transformed to some extent. So the directive
code leaves a placeholder behind that will trigger the second phase of its
processing, something like this::
<pending ...public attributes...> + internal attributes
Use `document.note_pending()` so that the
`docutils.transforms.Transformer` stage of processing can run all pending
transforms.
"""
def __init__(self, transform, details=None,
rawsource='', *children, **attributes):
Element.__init__(self, rawsource, *children, **attributes)
self.transform = transform
"""The `docutils.transforms.Transform` class implementing the pending
operation."""
self.details = details or {}
"""Detail data (dictionary) required by the pending operation."""
def pformat(self, indent=' ', level=0):
internals = [
'.. internal attributes:',
' .transform: %s.%s' % (self.transform.__module__,
self.transform.__name__),
' .details:']
details = self.details.items()
details.sort()
for key, value in details:
if isinstance(value, Node):
internals.append('%7s%s:' % ('', key))
internals.extend(['%9s%s' % ('', line)
for line in value.pformat().splitlines()])
elif value and isinstance(value, list) \
and isinstance(value[0], Node):
internals.append('%7s%s:' % ('', key))
for v in value:
internals.extend(['%9s%s' % ('', line)
for line in v.pformat().splitlines()])
else:
internals.append('%7s%s: %r' % ('', key, value))
return (Element.pformat(self, indent, level)
+ ''.join([(' %s%s\n' % (indent * level, line))
for line in internals]))
def copy(self):
return self.__class__(self.transform, self.details, self.rawsource,
**self.attributes)
class raw(Special, Inline, PreBibliographic, FixedTextElement):
"""
Raw data that is to be passed untouched to the Writer.
"""
pass
# =================
# Inline Elements
# =================
class emphasis(Inline, TextElement): pass
class strong(Inline, TextElement): pass
class literal(Inline, TextElement): pass
class reference(General, Inline, Referential, TextElement): pass
class footnote_reference(Inline, Referential, TextElement): pass
class citation_reference(Inline, Referential, TextElement): pass
class substitution_reference(Inline, TextElement): pass
class title_reference(Inline, TextElement): pass
class abbreviation(Inline, TextElement): pass
class acronym(Inline, TextElement): pass
class superscript(Inline, TextElement): pass
class subscript(Inline, TextElement): pass
class math(Inline, TextElement): pass
class image(General, Inline, Element):
def astext(self):
return self.get('alt', '')
class inline(Inline, TextElement): pass
class problematic(Inline, TextElement): pass
class generated(Inline, TextElement): pass
# ========================================
# Auxiliary Classes, Functions, and Data
# ========================================
node_class_names = """
Text
abbreviation acronym address admonition attention attribution author
authors
block_quote bullet_list
caption caution citation citation_reference classifier colspec comment
compound contact container copyright
danger date decoration definition definition_list definition_list_item
description docinfo doctest_block document
emphasis entry enumerated_list error
field field_body field_list field_name figure footer
footnote footnote_reference
generated
header hint
image important inline
label legend line line_block list_item literal literal_block
math math_block
note
option option_argument option_group option_list option_list_item
option_string organization
paragraph pending problematic
raw reference revision row rubric
section sidebar status strong subscript substitution_definition
substitution_reference subtitle superscript system_message
table target tbody term tgroup thead tip title title_reference topic
transition
version
warning""".split()
"""A list of names of all concrete Node subclasses."""
class NodeVisitor:
"""
"Visitor" pattern [GoF95]_ abstract superclass implementation for
document tree traversals.
Each node class has corresponding methods, doing nothing by
default; override individual methods for specific and useful
behaviour. The `dispatch_visit()` method is called by
`Node.walk()` upon entering a node. `Node.walkabout()` also calls
the `dispatch_departure()` method before exiting a node.
The dispatch methods call "``visit_`` + node class name" or
"``depart_`` + node class name", resp.
This is a base class for visitors whose ``visit_...`` & ``depart_...``
methods should be implemented for *all* node types encountered (such as
for `docutils.writers.Writer` subclasses). Unimplemented methods will
raise exceptions.
For sparse traversals, where only certain node types are of interest,
subclass `SparseNodeVisitor` instead. When (mostly or entirely) uniform
processing is desired, subclass `GenericNodeVisitor`.
.. [GoF95] Gamma, Helm, Johnson, Vlissides. *Design Patterns: Elements of
Reusable Object-Oriented Software*. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, USA,
1995.
"""
optional = ()
"""
Tuple containing node class names (as strings).
No exception will be raised if writers do not implement visit
or departure functions for these node classes.
Used to ensure transitional compatibility with existing 3rd-party writers.
"""
def __init__(self, document):
self.document = document
def dispatch_visit(self, node):
"""
Call self."``visit_`` + node class name" with `node` as
parameter. If the ``visit_...`` method does not exist, call
self.unknown_visit.
"""
node_name = node.__class__.__name__
method = getattr(self, 'visit_' + node_name, self.unknown_visit)
self.document.reporter.debug(
'docutils.nodes.NodeVisitor.dispatch_visit calling %s for %s'
% (method.__name__, node_name))
return method(node)
def dispatch_departure(self, node):
"""
Call self."``depart_`` + node class name" with `node` as
parameter. If the ``depart_...`` method does not exist, call
self.unknown_departure.
"""
node_name = node.__class__.__name__
method = getattr(self, 'depart_' + node_name, self.unknown_departure)
self.document.reporter.debug(
'docutils.nodes.NodeVisitor.dispatch_departure calling %s for %s'
% (method.__name__, node_name))
return method(node)
def unknown_visit(self, node):
"""
Called when entering unknown `Node` types.
Raise an exception unless overridden.
"""
if (self.document.settings.strict_visitor
or node.__class__.__name__ not in self.optional):
raise NotImplementedError(
'%s visiting unknown node type: %s'
% (self.__class__, node.__class__.__name__))
def unknown_departure(self, node):
"""
Called before exiting unknown `Node` types.
Raise exception unless overridden.
"""
if (self.document.settings.strict_visitor
or node.__class__.__name__ not in self.optional):
raise NotImplementedError(
'%s departing unknown node type: %s'
% (self.__class__, node.__class__.__name__))
class SparseNodeVisitor(NodeVisitor):
"""
Base class for sparse traversals, where only certain node types are of
interest. When ``visit_...`` & ``depart_...`` methods should be
implemented for *all* node types (such as for `docutils.writers.Writer`
subclasses), subclass `NodeVisitor` instead.
"""
class GenericNodeVisitor(NodeVisitor):
"""
Generic "Visitor" abstract superclass, for simple traversals.
Unless overridden, each ``visit_...`` method calls `default_visit()`, and
each ``depart_...`` method (when using `Node.walkabout()`) calls
`default_departure()`. `default_visit()` (and `default_departure()`) must
be overridden in subclasses.
Define fully generic visitors by overriding `default_visit()` (and
`default_departure()`) only. Define semi-generic visitors by overriding
individual ``visit_...()`` (and ``depart_...()``) methods also.
`NodeVisitor.unknown_visit()` (`NodeVisitor.unknown_departure()`) should
be overridden for default behavior.
"""
def default_visit(self, node):
"""Override for generic, uniform traversals."""
raise NotImplementedError
def default_departure(self, node):
"""Override for generic, uniform traversals."""
raise NotImplementedError
def _call_default_visit(self, node):
self.default_visit(node)
def _call_default_departure(self, node):
self.default_departure(node)
def _nop(self, node):
pass
def _add_node_class_names(names):
"""Save typing with dynamic assignments:"""
for _name in names:
setattr(GenericNodeVisitor, "visit_" + _name, _call_default_visit)
setattr(GenericNodeVisitor, "depart_" + _name, _call_default_departure)
setattr(SparseNodeVisitor, 'visit_' + _name, _nop)
setattr(SparseNodeVisitor, 'depart_' + _name, _nop)
_add_node_class_names(node_class_names)
class TreeCopyVisitor(GenericNodeVisitor):
"""
Make a complete copy of a tree or branch, including element attributes.
"""
def __init__(self, document):
GenericNodeVisitor.__init__(self, document)
self.parent_stack = []
self.parent = []
def get_tree_copy(self):
return self.parent[0]
def default_visit(self, node):
"""Copy the current node, and make it the new acting parent."""
newnode = node.copy()
self.parent.append(newnode)
self.parent_stack.append(self.parent)
self.parent = newnode
def default_departure(self, node):
"""Restore the previous acting parent."""
self.parent = self.parent_stack.pop()
class TreePruningException(Exception):
"""
Base class for `NodeVisitor`-related tree pruning exceptions.
Raise subclasses from within ``visit_...`` or ``depart_...`` methods
called from `Node.walk()` and `Node.walkabout()` tree traversals to prune
the tree traversed.
"""
pass
class SkipChildren(TreePruningException):
"""
Do not visit any children of the current node. The current node's
siblings and ``depart_...`` method are not affected.
"""
pass
class SkipSiblings(TreePruningException):
"""
Do not visit any more siblings (to the right) of the current node. The
current node's children and its ``depart_...`` method are not affected.
"""
pass
class SkipNode(TreePruningException):
"""
Do not visit the current node's children, and do not call the current
node's ``depart_...`` method.
"""
pass
class SkipDeparture(TreePruningException):
"""
Do not call the current node's ``depart_...`` method. The current node's
children and siblings are not affected.
"""
pass
class NodeFound(TreePruningException):
"""
Raise to indicate that the target of a search has been found. This
exception must be caught by the client; it is not caught by the traversal
code.
"""
pass
class StopTraversal(TreePruningException):
"""
Stop the traversal alltogether. The current node's ``depart_...`` method
is not affected. The parent nodes ``depart_...`` methods are also called
as usual. No other nodes are visited. This is an alternative to
NodeFound that does not cause exception handling to trickle up to the
caller.
"""
pass
def make_id(string):
"""
Convert `string` into an identifier and return it.
Docutils identifiers will conform to the regular expression
``[a-z](-?[a-z0-9]+)*``. For CSS compatibility, identifiers (the "class"
and "id" attributes) should have no underscores, colons, or periods.
Hyphens may be used.
- The `HTML 4.01 spec`_ defines identifiers based on SGML tokens:
ID and NAME tokens must begin with a letter ([A-Za-z]) and may be
followed by any number of letters, digits ([0-9]), hyphens ("-"),
underscores ("_"), colons (":"), and periods (".").
- However the `CSS1 spec`_ defines identifiers based on the "name" token,
a tighter interpretation ("flex" tokenizer notation; "latin1" and
"escape" 8-bit characters have been replaced with entities)::
unicode \\[0-9a-f]{1,4}
latin1 [&iexcl;-&yuml;]
escape {unicode}|\\[ -~&iexcl;-&yuml;]
nmchar [-a-z0-9]|{latin1}|{escape}
name {nmchar}+
The CSS1 "nmchar" rule does not include underscores ("_"), colons (":"),
or periods ("."), therefore "class" and "id" attributes should not contain
these characters. They should be replaced with hyphens ("-"). Combined
with HTML's requirements (the first character must be a letter; no
"unicode", "latin1", or "escape" characters), this results in the
``[a-z](-?[a-z0-9]+)*`` pattern.
.. _HTML 4.01 spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/html401
.. _CSS1 spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1
"""
id = string.lower()
if not isinstance(id, unicode):
id = id.decode()
id = id.translate(_non_id_translate_digraphs)
id = id.translate(_non_id_translate)
# get rid of non-ascii characters.
# 'ascii' lowercase to prevent problems with turkish locale.
id = unicodedata.normalize('NFKD', id).\
encode('ascii', 'ignore').decode('ascii')
# shrink runs of whitespace and replace by hyphen
id = _non_id_chars.sub('-', ' '.join(id.split()))
id = _non_id_at_ends.sub('', id)
return str(id)
_non_id_chars = re.compile('[^a-z0-9]+')
_non_id_at_ends = re.compile('^[-0-9]+|-+$')
_non_id_translate = {
0x00f8: u'o', # o with stroke
0x0111: u'd', # d with stroke
0x0127: u'h', # h with stroke
0x0131: u'i', # dotless i
0x0142: u'l', # l with stroke
0x0167: u't', # t with stroke
0x0180: u'b', # b with stroke
0x0183: u'b', # b with topbar
0x0188: u'c', # c with hook
0x018c: u'd', # d with topbar
0x0192: u'f', # f with hook
0x0199: u'k', # k with hook
0x019a: u'l', # l with bar
0x019e: u'n', # n with long right leg
0x01a5: u'p', # p with hook
0x01ab: u't', # t with palatal hook
0x01ad: u't', # t with hook
0x01b4: u'y', # y with hook
0x01b6: u'z', # z with stroke
0x01e5: u'g', # g with stroke
0x0225: u'z', # z with hook
0x0234: u'l', # l with curl
0x0235: u'n', # n with curl
0x0236: u't', # t with curl
0x0237: u'j', # dotless j
0x023c: u'c', # c with stroke
0x023f: u's', # s with swash tail
0x0240: u'z', # z with swash tail
0x0247: u'e', # e with stroke
0x0249: u'j', # j with stroke
0x024b: u'q', # q with hook tail
0x024d: u'r', # r with stroke
0x024f: u'y', # y with stroke
}
_non_id_translate_digraphs = {
0x00df: u'sz', # ligature sz
0x00e6: u'ae', # ae
0x0153: u'oe', # ligature oe
0x0238: u'db', # db digraph
0x0239: u'qp', # qp digraph
}
def dupname(node, name):
node['dupnames'].append(name)
node['names'].remove(name)
# Assume that this method is referenced, even though it isn't; we
# don't want to throw unnecessary system_messages.
node.referenced = 1
def fully_normalize_name(name):
"""Return a case- and whitespace-normalized name."""
return ' '.join(name.lower().split())
def whitespace_normalize_name(name):
"""Return a whitespace-normalized name."""
return ' '.join(name.split())
def serial_escape(value):
"""Escape string values that are elements of a list, for serialization."""
return value.replace('\\', r'\\').replace(' ', r'\ ')
def pseudo_quoteattr(value):
"""Quote attributes for pseudo-xml"""
return '"%s"' % value
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