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+plone.directives.tiles
+======================
+
+This package provides declarative configuration (grokkers) for the
+`plone.tiles <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.tiles>`_ package.
+
+A basic tile is configured like this::
+
+ from five import grok
+ from plone.directives import tiles
+
+ from my.package import MyMessageFactory as _
+ from my.package.interfaces import IMyTileSchema
+
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IContext)
+ grok.require('zope2.View')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(_(u"My title"))
+ grok.description(_(u"My description"))
+
+ tiles.add_permission('mypackage.AddMyTile')
+ tiles.schema(IMyTileSchema)
+
+
+Notes:
+
+* A persistent tile can be configured by deriving from ``PersistentTile``
+ instead of ``Tile``.
+* The ``context()``, ``requires()``, ``name()``, and ``layer()`` directives
+ are used in the same way as they are for a view derived from ``grok.View``.
+* Templates are associated using the same semantics as are used for views. For
+ example, a tile in ``mytiles.py`` defined in the class ``MyTile`` would
+ be associated with a template ``mytiles_templates/mytile.pt`` by default.
+* Unlike a view, the ``name()`` directive is required and should give a dotted
+ name for the tile by convention.
8 docs/HISTORY.txt
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+Changelog for plone.directives.tiles
+
+ (name of developer listed in brackets)
+
+plone.directives.tiles - 1.0a1 Unreleased
+
+ - Initial package structure.
+ [zopeskel]
40 docs/INSTALL.txt
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+plone.directives.tiles Installation
+=======================
+
+ * When you're reading this you have probably already run
+ ``easy_install plone.directives.tiles``. Find out how to install setuptools
+ (and EasyInstall) here:
+ http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/EasyInstall
+
+ * Create a file called ``plone.directives.tiles-configure.zcml`` in the
+ ``/path/to/instance/etc/package-includes`` directory. The file
+ should only contain this::
+
+ <include package="plone.directives.tiles" />
+
+
+Alternatively, if you are using zc.buildout and the plone.recipe.zope2instance
+recipe to manage your project, you can do this:
+
+ * Add ``plone.directives.tiles`` to the list of eggs to install, e.g.:
+
+ [buildout]
+ ...
+ eggs =
+ ...
+ plone.directives.tiles
+
+ * Tell the plone.recipe.zope2instance recipe to install a ZCML slug:
+
+ [instance]
+ recipe = plone.recipe.zope2instance
+ ...
+ zcml =
+ plone.directives.tiles
+
+ * Re-run buildout, e.g. with:
+
+ $ ./bin/buildout
+
+You can skip the ZCML slug if you are going to explicitly include the package
+from another package's configure.zcml file.
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+ plone.directives.tiles is copyright Martin Aspeli
+
+ This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+ (at your option) any later version.
+
+ This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ GNU General Public License for more details.
+
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+ along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
+ Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston,
+ MA 02111-1307 USA.
6 plone/__init__.py
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+# See http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/setuptools#namespace-packages
+try:
+ __import__('pkg_resources').declare_namespace(__name__)
+except ImportError:
+ from pkgutil import extend_path
+ __path__ = extend_path(__path__, __name__)
6 plone/directives/__init__.py
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+# See http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/setuptools#namespace-packages
+try:
+ __import__('pkg_resources').declare_namespace(__name__)
+except ImportError:
+ from pkgutil import extend_path
+ __path__ = extend_path(__path__, __name__)
25 plone/directives/tiles/__init__.py
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+import zope.deferredimport
+
+#
+# Grokked tile base classes
+#
+
+zope.deferredimport.defineFrom('plone.directives.tiles.components',
+ 'Tile', 'PersistentTile',
+)
+
+#
+# Directives
+#
+
+zope.deferredimport.defineFrom('plone.directives.tiles.meta',
+ 'add_permission', 'schema',
+)
+
+#
+# Convenience import for directives used by tiles
+#
+
+zope.deferredimport.defineFrom('five.grok',
+ 'context', 'require', 'name', 'layer', 'title', 'description',
+)
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+import martian
+import plone.tiles
+import five.grok
+
+class GrokkedTile(five.grok.View):
+ """Base class for grokked tiles - not to be used directly.
+ """
+ martian.baseclass()
+
+class Tile(GrokkedTile, plone.tiles.Tile):
+ """Grokked tile. This uses the same logic as a groked view, but supports
+ additional directives and provides the ``data`` attribute found in
+ ``plone.tiles.Tile``.
+ """
+ martian.baseclass()
+
+class PersistentTile(GrokkedTile, plone.tiles.PersistentTile):
+ """Grokked persistent tile. This uses the same logic as a groked view, but
+ supports additional directives and provides the ``data`` attribute found
+ in ``plone.tiles.Tile``.
+ """
+ martian.baseclass()
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+<configure xmlns="http://namespaces.zope.org/zope" i18n_domain="plone.directives.form">
+
+ <include package="five.grok" />
+ <include package="plone.tiles" />
+
+ <include file="meta.zcml" />
+
+</configure>
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+import martian
+import martian.error
+
+import grokcore.component
+import grokcore.security
+
+import zope.component.zcml
+
+import plone.tiles.type
+import plone.tiles.interfaces
+import plone.directives.tiles.components
+
+class add_permission(grokcore.security.require):
+ """Directive for giving the add permission of a tile
+ """
+
+ scope = martian.CLASS
+ store = martian.ONCE
+
+class schema(martian.Directive):
+ """Directive for giving the schema of a tile
+ """
+
+ scope = martian.CLASS
+ store = martian.ONCE
+ validate = martian.validateInterface
+
+class TileGrokker(martian.ClassGrokker):
+ """Grokker to register a tile. Note that the regular ViewGrokker will
+ actually take care of most of the registration for us.
+ """
+
+ martian.component(plone.directives.tiles.components.GrokkedTile)
+
+ martian.directive(grokcore.component.name, default=None)
+ martian.directive(grokcore.component.title)
+ martian.directive(add_permission)
+
+ martian.directive(grokcore.component.description, default=None)
+ martian.directive(schema, default=None)
+
+ def execute(self, factory, config, name, title, add_permission, description=None, schema=None):
+
+ if not add_permission:
+ raise martian.error.GrokError(u"You must set an add_permission() on the tile", factory)
+ if not title:
+ raise martian.error.GrokError(u"You must set a title() on the tile", factory)
+ if not name:
+ raise martian.error.GrokError(u"You must set a name() on the tile", factory)
+
+ type_ = plone.tiles.type.TileType(name, title, add_permission, description, schema)
+ zope.component.zcml.utility(config, provides=plone.tiles.interfaces.ITileType, component=type_, name=name)
+ return True
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+<configure
+ xmlns="http://namespaces.zope.org/zope"
+ xmlns:grok="http://namespaces.zope.org/grok">
+
+ <!-- Load ZCML from Grok and grok our grokkers -->
+ <include package="five.grok" file="meta.zcml" />
+
+ <grok:grok package=".meta" />
+
+</configure>
0  plone/directives/tiles/tests/__init__.py
No changes.
252 plone/directives/tiles/tests/test_grokker.py
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+import unittest
+import zope.component.testing
+import five.grok.testing
+
+from martian.error import GrokError
+from zope.configuration.exceptions import ConfigurationError
+
+from zope.component import getUtility, getMultiAdapter
+from zope.publisher.browser import TestRequest
+from plone.tiles.interfaces import ITileType
+
+# Sample grokked code used in tests
+
+from five import grok
+from plone.directives import tiles
+
+from zope.interface import Interface, implements
+from zope import schema
+
+class DummyViewPermission(grok.Permission):
+ grok.name('dummy.ViewPermission')
+ grok.title(u'Dummy view permission')
+
+class DummyAddPermission(grok.Permission):
+ grok.name('dummy.AddPermission')
+ grok.title(u'Dummy add permission')
+
+class IDummyContext(Interface):
+ pass
+
+class DummyContext(object):
+ implements(IDummyContext)
+
+class IDummySchema(Interface):
+ foo = schema.TextLine()
+
+class TestTileGrokking(unittest.TestCase):
+
+ def setUp(self):
+ five.grok.testing.grok('grokcore.component.meta')
+ five.grok.testing.grok('grokcore.security.meta')
+ five.grok.testing.grok('grokcore.view.meta')
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok('five.grok.meta')
+ five.grok.testing.grok('plone.directives.tiles.meta')
+ five.grok.testing.grok('plone.directives.tiles.tests.test_grokker')
+
+ def tearDown(self):
+ zope.component.testing.tearDown()
+
+ def test_full_init(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ grok.description(u"My description")
+
+ tiles.add_permission(DummyAddPermission)
+ tiles.schema(IDummySchema)
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+ tileType = getUtility(ITileType, name='my.tile')
+
+ self.failUnless(isinstance(tileView, MyTile))
+ self.assertEquals(u"My title", tileType.title)
+ self.assertEquals(u"My description", tileType.description)
+ self.assertEquals(IDummySchema, tileType.schema)
+ self.assertEquals('dummy.AddPermission', tileType.add_permission)
+
+ def test_full_init_persistent(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.PersistentTile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ grok.description(u"My description")
+
+ tiles.add_permission(DummyAddPermission)
+ tiles.schema(IDummySchema)
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+ tileType = getUtility(ITileType, name='my.tile')
+
+ self.failUnless(isinstance(tileView, MyTile))
+ self.assertEquals(u"My title", tileType.title)
+ self.assertEquals(u"My description", tileType.description)
+ self.assertEquals(IDummySchema, tileType.schema)
+ self.assertEquals('dummy.AddPermission', tileType.add_permission)
+
+ def test_minimal_init(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ tiles.add_permission('dummy.AddPermission')
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+ tileType = getUtility(ITileType, name='my.tile')
+
+ self.failUnless(isinstance(tileView, MyTile))
+ self.assertEquals(u"My title", tileType.title)
+ self.assertEquals(None, tileType.description)
+ self.assertEquals(None, tileType.schema)
+ self.assertEquals('dummy.AddPermission', tileType.add_permission)
+
+ def test_minimal_init_persistent(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.PersistentTile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ tiles.add_permission('dummy.AddPermission')
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+ tileType = getUtility(ITileType, name='my.tile')
+
+ self.failUnless(isinstance(tileView, MyTile))
+ self.assertEquals(u"My title", tileType.title)
+ self.assertEquals(None, tileType.description)
+ self.assertEquals(None, tileType.schema)
+ self.assertEquals('dummy.AddPermission', tileType.add_permission)
+
+ def test_missing_permission(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ grok.description(u"My description")
+
+ # omitted! tiles.add_permission(DummyAddPermission)
+ tiles.schema(IDummySchema)
+
+ self.assertRaises(GrokError, five.grok.testing.grok_component, 'MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ def test_missing_name(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ # omitted! grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ grok.description(u"My description")
+
+ tiles.add_permission(DummyAddPermission)
+ tiles.schema(IDummySchema)
+
+ self.assertRaises(GrokError, five.grok.testing.grok_component, 'MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ def test_missing_title(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ # omitted! grok.title(u"My title")
+ grok.description(u"My description")
+
+ tiles.add_permission(DummyAddPermission)
+ tiles.schema(IDummySchema)
+
+ self.assertRaises(GrokError, five.grok.testing.grok_component, 'MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ def test_template_association(self):
+ class MyTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ tiles.add_permission('dummy.AddPermission')
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyTile', MyTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+
+ self.assertEquals('<b>Hello</b>', tileView())
+
+ def test_render_function(self):
+ class MyOtherTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ tiles.add_permission('dummy.AddPermission')
+
+ def render(self):
+ return '<b>Good bye</b>'
+
+ five.grok.testing.grok_component('MyOtherTile', MyOtherTile)
+
+ # Check for view
+ context = DummyContext()
+ request = TestRequest()
+
+ tileView = getMultiAdapter((context, request,), name='my.tile')
+
+ self.assertEquals('<b>Good bye</b>', tileView())
+
+ def test_render_or_template_required(self):
+ class MyOtherTile(tiles.Tile):
+ grok.context(IDummyContext)
+ grok.require('dummy.ViewPermission')
+
+ grok.name('my.tile')
+ grok.title(u"My title")
+ tiles.add_permission('dummy.AddPermission')
+
+ # no render method and no template in test_grokker_templates/
+ # def render(self):
+ # return '<b>Good bye</b>'
+
+ self.assertRaises(ConfigurationError, five.grok.testing.grok_component, 'MyOtherTile', MyOtherTile)
+
+def test_suite():
+ return unittest.defaultTestLoader.loadTestsFromName(__name__)
1  plone/directives/tiles/tests/test_grokker_templates/mytile.pt
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+<b>Hello</b>
3  setup.cfg
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+[egg_info]
+tag_build = dev
+tag_svn_revision = true
37 setup.py
@@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
+from setuptools import setup, find_packages
+import os
+
+version = '1.0a1'
+
+setup(name='plone.directives.tiles',
+ version=version,
+ description="Grokkers for plone.tiles",
+ long_description=open("README.txt").read() + "\n" +
+ open(os.path.join("docs", "HISTORY.txt")).read(),
+ # Get more strings from http://www.python.org/pypi?%3Aaction=list_classifiers
+ classifiers=[
+ "Framework :: Plone",
+ "Programming Language :: Python",
+ "Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries :: Python Modules",
+ ],
+ keywords='plone tiles deco blocks grok directives',
+ author='Martin Aspeli',
+ author_email='optilude@gmail.com',
+ url='http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plone.app.tiles',
+ license='GPL',
+ packages=find_packages(exclude=['ez_setup']),
+ namespace_packages=['plone', 'plone.directives'],
+ include_package_data=True,
+ zip_safe=False,
+ install_requires=[
+ 'setuptools',
+ 'five.grok',
+ 'zope.deferredimport',
+ 'grokcore.component',
+ 'grokcore.view',
+ 'grokcore.security',
+ 'plone.tiles',
+ ],
+ entry_points="""
+ """,
+ )
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