view MoinMoin/theme/ @ 18:316340dd9a7f

remove subscribe icon in classic when no mail is enabled. fix check for sendmail. imported from: moin--main--1.5--patch-19
author Thomas Waldmann <>
date Fri, 23 Sep 2005 23:00:59 +0000
parents 13f4178d6c13
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - Theme Package

    @copyright: 2003-2005 by Thomas Waldmann (MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann)
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

from MoinMoin import i18n, wikiutil, config, version
from MoinMoin.Page import Page
from MoinMoin.util import pysupport

modules = pysupport.getPackageModules(__file__)

class ThemeBase:
    """ Base class for themes 
    This class supply all the standard template that sub classes can 
    use without rewriting the same code. If you want to change certain 
    elements, override them. 
    name = 'base'
    # fake _ function to get gettext recognize those texts:
    _ = lambda x: x

    # TODO: remove icons that are not used any more.
    icons = {
        # key         alt                        icon filename      w   h
        # ------------------------------------------------------------------
        # navibar
        'help':       ("%(page_help_contents)s", "moin-help.png",   12, 11),
        'find':       ("%(page_find_page)s",     "moin-search.png", 12, 12),
        'diff':       (_("Diffs"),               "moin-diff.png",   15, 11),
        'info':       (_("Info"),                "moin-info.png",   12, 11),
        'edit':       (_("Edit"),                "moin-edit.png",   12, 12),
        'unsubscribe':(_("Unsubscribe"),         "moin-unsubscribe.png",  14, 10),
        'subscribe':  (_("Subscribe"),           "moin-subscribe.png",14, 10),
        'raw':        (_("Raw"),                 "moin-raw.png",    12, 13),
        'xml':        (_("XML"),                 "moin-xml.png",    20, 13),
        'print':      (_("Print"),               "moin-print.png",  16, 14),
        'view':       (_("View"),                "moin-show.png",   12, 13),
        'home':       (_("Home"),                "moin-home.png",   13, 12),
        'up':         (_("Up"),                  "moin-parent.png", 15, 13),
        # FileAttach
        'attach':     ("%(attach_count)s",       "moin-attach.png",  7, 15),
        # RecentChanges
        'rss':        (_("[RSS]"),               "moin-rss.png",    36, 14),
        'deleted':    (_("[DELETED]"),           "moin-deleted.png",60, 12),
        'updated':    (_("[UPDATED]"),           "moin-updated.png",60, 12),
        'new':        (_("[NEW]"),               "moin-new.png",    31, 12),
        'diffrc':     (_("[DIFF]"),              "moin-diff.png",   15, 11),
        # General
        'bottom':     (_("[BOTTOM]"),            "moin-bottom.png", 14, 10),
        'top':        (_("[TOP]"),               "moin-top.png",    14, 10),
        'www':        ("[WWW]",                  "moin-www.png",    11, 11),
        'mailto':     ("[MAILTO]",               "moin-email.png",  14, 10),
        'news':       ("[NEWS]",                 "moin-news.png",   10, 11),
        'telnet':     ("[TELNET]",               "moin-telnet.png", 10, 11),
        'ftp':        ("[FTP]",                  "moin-ftp.png",    11, 11),
        'file':       ("[FILE]",                 "moin-ftp.png",    11, 11),
        # search forms
        'searchbutton': ("[?]",                  "moin-search.png", 12, 12),
        'interwiki':  ("[%(wikitag)s]",          "moin-inter.png",  16, 16),
    del _

    # Style sheets - usually there is no need to override this in sub
    # classes. Simply supply the css files in the css directory.

    # Standard set of style sheets
    stylesheets = (
        # media         basename
        ('all',         'common'),
        ('screen',      'screen'),
        ('print',       'print'),
        ('projection',  'projection'),

    # Used in print mode
    stylesheets_print = (
        # media         basename
        ('all',         'common'),
        ('all',         'print'),

    # Used in slide show mode
    stylesheets_projection = (
        # media         basename
        ('all',         'common'),
        ('all',         'projection'),

    stylesheetsCharset = 'utf-8'

    def __init__(self, request):
        Initialize the theme object.
        @param request: the request object
        self.request = request
        self.cfg = request.cfg
        self._cache = {} # Used to cache elements that may be used several times

    def img_url(self, img):
        """ Generate an image href

        @param img: the image filename
        @rtype: string
        @return: the image href
        return "%s/%s/img/%s" % (self.cfg.url_prefix,, img)
    def emit_custom_html(self, html):
        generate custom HTML code in `html`
        @param html: a string or a callable object, in which case
                     it is called and its return value is used
        @rtype: string
        @return: string with html
        if html:
            if callable(html): html = html(self.request)
        return html

    def logo(self):
        """ Assemble logo with link to front page

        The logo contain an image and or text or any html markup the
        admin inserted in the config file. Everything it enclosed inside
        a div with id="logo".
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: logo html
        if self.cfg.logo_string:
            pagename = wikiutil.getFrontPage(self.request).page_name
            pagename = wikiutil.quoteWikinameURL(pagename)
            logo = wikiutil.link_tag(self.request, pagename, self.cfg.logo_string)
            html = u'''<div id="logo">%s</div>''' % logo
            return html
        return u''
    def title(self, d):
        """ Assemble the title
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: title html
        _ = self.request.getText
        if d['title_link']:
            content = ('<a title="%(title)s" href="%(href)s">%(text)s</a>') % {
                'title': _('Click to do a full-text search for this title'),
                'href': d['title_link'],
                'text': wikiutil.escape(d['title_text']),
            content = wikiutil.escape(d['title_text'])
        html = '''
<h1 id="title">%s</h1>
''' % content

        return html

    def username(self, d):
        """ Assemble the username / userprefs link
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: username html
        request = self.request
        _ = request.getText
        preferencesPage = wikiutil.getSysPage(request, 'UserPreferences')
        userlinks = []
        # Add username/homepage link for registered users. We don't care
        # if it exists, the user can create it.
        if request.user.valid:
            interwiki = wikiutil.getInterwikiHomePage(request)
            name =
            aliasname = request.user.aliasname
            if not aliasname:
                aliasname = name
            title = "%s @ %s" % (aliasname, interwiki[0])
            homelink = (request.formatter.interwikilink(1, title=title, *interwiki) +
                        request.formatter.text(name) +
            # Set pref page to localized Preferences page
            title = preferencesPage.split_title(request)
            userlinks.append(preferencesPage.link_to(request, text=title))
            # Add prefpage links with title: Login
            userlinks.append(preferencesPage.link_to(request, text=_("Login")))
        userlinks = [u'<li>%s</li>\n' % link for link in userlinks]
        html = u'<ul id="username">\n%s</ul>' % ''.join(userlinks)
        return html

    # Schemas supported in toolbar links, using [url label] foramrt
    linkSchemas = [r'http://', r'https://', r'ftp://', 'mailto:'] + \
                  [x + ':' for x in config.url_schemas]

    def splitNavilink(self, text, localize=1):
        """ Split navibar links into pagename, link to page

        Admin or user might want to use shorter navibar items by using
        the [page title] or [url title] syntax. In this case, we don't
        use localization, and the links goes to page or to the url, not
        the localized version of page.

        @param text: the text used in config or user preferences
        @rtype: tuple
        @return: pagename or url, link to page or url
        request = self.request
        # Handle [pagename title] or [url title] formats
        if text.startswith('[') and text.endswith(']'):
                pagename, title = text[1:-1].strip().split(' ', 1)
                title = title.strip()
                localize = 0
            except (ValueError, TypeError):
                # Just use the text as is.
                pagename = title = text

        # Handle regular pagename like "FrontPage"
            # Use localized pages for the current user
            if localize:
                page = wikiutil.getSysPage(request, text)
                page = Page(request, text)
            pagename = page.page_name
            title = page.split_title(request)
            title = self.shortenPagename(title)
            link = page.link_to(request, title)

        from MoinMoin import config
        for scheme in self.linkSchemas:
            if pagename.startswith(scheme):
                title = wikiutil.escape(title)
                link = '<a href="%s">%s</a>' % (pagename, title)
                return pagename, link

        # remove wiki: url prefix
        if pagename.startswith("wiki:"):
            pagename = pagename[5:]

        # try handling interwiki links
            interwiki, page = pagename.split(':', 1)
            return (pagename,
                    self.request.formatter.interwikilink(True, interwiki, page) +
                    page +
        except ValueError:
        # Normalize page names, replace '_' with ' '. Usually
        # all names use spaces internally, but for
        # [name_with_spaces label] we must save the underscores
        # until this point.
        pagename = request.normalizePagename(pagename)
        link = Page(request, pagename).link_to(request, title)

        return pagename, link

    def shortenPagename(self, name):
        """ Shorten page names
        Shorten very long page names that tend to break the user
        interface. The short name is usually fine, unless really stupid
        long names are used (WYGIWYD).

        If you don't like to do this in your theme, or want to use
        different algorithm, override this method.
        @param text: page name, unicode
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: shortened version.
        maxLength = self.maxPagenameLength()
        # First use only the sub page name, that might be enough
        if len(name) > maxLength:
            name = name.split('/')[-1]
            # If its not enough, replace the middle with '...'
            if len(name) > maxLength:
                half, left = divmod(maxLength - 3, 2)
                name = u'%s...%s' % (name[:half + left], name[-half:])
        return name
    def maxPagenameLength(self):
        """ Return maximum length for shortened page names """
        return 25 

    def navibar(self, d):
        """ Assemble the navibar

        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: navibar html
        request = self.request
        found = {} # pages we found. prevent duplicates
        items = [] # navibar items
        item = u'<li class="%s">%s</li>'
        current = d['page_name']

        # Process config navi_bar
        if request.cfg.navi_bar:
            for text in request.cfg.navi_bar:
                pagename, link = self.splitNavilink(text)
                cls = 'wikilink'
                if pagename == current:
                    cls = 'wikilink current'
                items.append(item % (cls, link))
                found[pagename] = 1

        # Add user links to wiki links, eliminating duplicates.
        userlinks = request.user.getQuickLinks()
        for text in userlinks:
            # Split text without localization, user know what she wants
            pagename, link = self.splitNavilink(text, localize=0)
            if not pagename in found:
                cls = 'userlink'
                if pagename == current:
                    cls = 'userlink current'
                items.append(item % (cls, link))
                found[pagename] = 1

        # Add current page at end
        if not current in found:
            title = d['page'].split_title(request)
            title = self.shortenPagename(title)
            link = d['page'].link_to(request, title)
            cls = 'current'
            items.append(item % (cls, link))

        # Assemble html
        items = u'\n'.join(items)
        html = u'''
<ul id="navibar">
''' % items
        return html
    def get_icon(self, icon):
        """ Return icon data from self.icons

        If called from [[Icon(file)]] we have a filename, not a
        key. Using filenames is deprecated, but for now, we simulate old

        @param icon: icon name or file name (string)
        @rtype: tuple
        @return: alt (unicode), href (string), width, height (int)
        if icon in self.icons:
            alt, filename, w, h = self.icons[icon]
            # Create filenames to icon data mapping on first call, then
            # cache in class for next calls.
            if not getattr(self.__class__, 'iconsByFile', None):
                d = {}
                for data in self.icons.values():
                    d[data[1]] = data
                self.__class__.iconsByFile = d

            # Try to get icon data by file name
            filename = icon.replace('.gif','.png')
            if filename in self.iconsByFile:
                alt, filename, w, h = self.iconsByFile[filename]
                alt, filename, w, h = '', icon, '', ''
        return alt, self.img_url(filename), w, h
    def make_icon(self, icon, vars=None):
        This is the central routine for making <img> tags for icons!
        All icons stuff except the top left logo, smileys and search
        field icons are handled here.
        @param icon: icon id (dict key)
        @param vars: ...
        @rtype: string
        @return: icon html (img tag)
        if vars is None:
            vars = {}
        alt, img, w, h = self.get_icon(icon)
            alt = alt % vars
        except KeyError, err:
            alt = 'KeyError: %s' % str(err)
        if self.request:
            alt = self.request.getText(alt, formatted=False)
            tag = self.request.formatter.image(src=img, alt=alt, width=w, height=h)
        except AttributeError: # XXX FIXME if we have no formatter or no request 
            tag = '<img src="%s" alt="%s" width="%s" height="%s">' % (
                img, alt, w, h)
            import warnings
            warnings.warn("calling themes without correct request", DeprecationWarning)
        return tag

    def make_iconlink(self, which, d):
        Make a link with an icon

        @param which: icon id (dictionary key)
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: html link tag
        page_params, title, icon = self.cfg.page_icons_table[which]
        d['title'] = title % d
        d['i18ntitle'] = self.request.getText(d['title'], formatted=False)
        img_src = self.make_icon(icon, d)
        return wikiutil.link_tag(self.request, page_params % d, img_src, attrs='title="%(i18ntitle)s"' % d)

    def msg(self, d):
        """ Assemble the msg display

        Display a message with a widget or simple strings with a clear message link.
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: msg display html
        _ = self.request.getText
        msg = d['msg']
        if not msg:
            return u''

        if isinstance(msg, (str, unicode)):
            # Render simple strings with a close link
            close = d['page'].link_to(self.request,
                                      text=_('Clear message'),
                                      querystr={'action': 'show'})
            html = u'<p>%s</p>\n<div class="buttons">%s</div>\n' % (msg, close) 
            # msg is a widget
            html = msg.render()

        return u'<div id="message">\n%s\n</div>\n' % html
    def trail(self, d):
        """ Assemble page trail
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: trail html
        request = self.request
        user = request.user
        if user.valid and user.show_page_trail:
            trail = user.getTrail()
            if trail:
                items = []
                # Show all items except the last one which is this page.
                for pagename in trail[:-1]:
                        interwiki, page = pagename.split(":", 1)
                        if request.cfg.interwikiname != interwiki:
                            link = (self.request.formatter.interwikilink(
                                True, interwiki, page) +
                                    self.shortenPagename(page) +
                            items.append('<li>%s</li>' % link)
                            pagename = page
                    except ValueError:
                    page = Page(request, pagename)
                    title = page.split_title(request)
                    title = self.shortenPagename(title)
                    link = page.link_to(request, title)
                    items.append('<li>%s</li>' % link)
                html = '''
<ul id="pagetrail">
</ul>''' % '\n'.join(items)
                return html
        return ''

    def html_stylesheets(self, d):
        """ Assemble html head stylesheet links
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: stylesheets links
        link = '<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" charset="%s" media="%s" href="%s">'

        # Check mode
        if d.get('print_mode'):
            media = d.get('media', 'print')
            stylesheets = getattr(self, 'stylesheets_' + media)
            stylesheets = self.stylesheets
        usercss = self.request.user.valid and self.request.user.css_url

        # Create stylesheets links
        html = []
        prefix = self.cfg.url_prefix
        csshref = '%s/%s/css' % (prefix,
        for media, basename in stylesheets:
            href = '%s/%s.css' % (csshref, basename)
            html.append(link % (self.stylesheetsCharset, media, href))

            # Don't add user css url if it matches one of ours
            if usercss and usercss == href:
                usercss = None

        # tribute to the most sucking browser...
        if self.cfg.hacks.get('ie7', False):
<!-- compliance patch for microsoft browsers -->
<!--[if lt IE 7]>
   <script src="%s/common/ie7/ie7-standard-p.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
""" % prefix)

        # Add user css url (assuming that user css uses same charset)
        if usercss and usercss.lower() != "none":
            html.append(link % (self.stylesheetsCharset, 'all', usercss))
        return '\n'.join(html)

    def shouldShowPageinfo(self, page):
        """ Should we show page info?

        Should be implemented by actions. For now, we check here by action
        name and page.

        @param page: current page
        @rtype: bool
        @return: true if should show page info
        if page.exists() and
            # These  actions show the  page content.
            # TODO: on new action, page info will not show. A better
            # solution will be if the action itself answer the question:
            # showPageInfo().
            contentActions = [u'', u'show', u'refresh', u'preview', u'diff',
                              u'subscribe', u'RenamePage', u'DeletePage',
                              u'SpellCheck', u'print']
            action = self.request.form.get('action', [''])[0]
            return action in contentActions
        return False
    def pageinfo(self, page):
        """ Return html fragment with page meta data

        Since page information use translated text, it use the ui
        language and direction. It looks strange sometimes, but
        translated text using page direction look worse.
        @param page: current page
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: page last edit information
        _ = self.request.getText
        if self.shouldShowPageinfo(page):
            info = page.lastEditInfo()
            if info:
                if info['editor']:
                    info = _("last edited %(time)s by %(editor)s") % info
                    info = _("last modified %(time)s") % info
                return '<p id="pageinfo" class="info"%(lang)s>%(info)s</p>\n' % {
                    'lang': self.ui_lang_attr(),
                    'info': info
        return ''
    def searchform(self, d):
        assemble HTML code for the search forms
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: search form html
        _ = self.request.getText
        form = self.request.form
        updates = {
            'search_label' : _('Search:'),
            'search_value': wikiutil.escape(form.get('value', [''])[0], 1),
            'search_full_label' : _('Text', formatted=False),
            'search_title_label' : _('Titles', formatted=False),

        html = u'''
<form id="searchform" method="get" action="">
<input type="hidden" name="action" value="fullsearch">
<input type="hidden" name="context" value="180">
<label for="searchinput">%(search_label)s</label>
<input id="searchinput" type="text" name="value" value="%(search_value)s" size="20"
    onfocus="searchFocus(this)" onblur="searchBlur(this)"
    onkeyup="searchChange(this)" onchange="searchChange(this)" alt="Search">
<input id="titlesearch" name="titlesearch" type="submit"
    value="%(search_title_label)s" alt="Search Titles">
<input id="fullsearch" name="fullsearch" type="submit"
    value="%(search_full_label)s" alt="Search Full Text">
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--// Initialize search form
var f = document.getElementById('searchform');
f.getElementsByTagName('label')[0].style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('searchinput');
''' % d
        return html

    def showversion(self, d, **keywords):
        assemble HTML code for copyright and version display
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: copyright and version display html
        html = ''
        if self.cfg.show_version and not keywords.get('print_mode', 0):
            html = (u'<div id="version">MoinMoin %s, Copyright 2000-2004 by '
                    'Juergen Hermann</div>') % (version.revision,)
        return html

    def headscript(self, d):
        """ Return html head script with common functions

        TODO: put these on common.js instead, so they can be downloaded
        only once.

        TODO: actionMenuInit should be called once, from body onload,
        but currently body is not written by theme.

        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: script for html head
        # Don't add script for print view
        if self.request.form.get('action', [''])[0] == 'print':
            return u''
        _ = self.request.getText
        script = u"""
<script type=\"text/javascript\">
<!--// common functions

// We keep here the state of the search box
searchIsDisabled = false;

function searchChange(e) {
    // Update search buttons status according to search box content.
    // Ignore empty or whitespace search term.
    var value = e.value.replace(/\s+/, '');
    if (value == '' || searchIsDisabled) { 
    } else {

function searchSetDisabled(flag) {
    // Enable or disable search
    document.getElementById('fullsearch').disabled = flag;
    document.getElementById('titlesearch').disabled = flag;

function searchFocus(e) {
    // Update search input content on focus
    if (e.value == '%(search_hint)s') {
        e.value = '';
        e.className = '';
        searchIsDisabled = false;

function searchBlur(e) {
    // Update search input content on blur
    if (e.value == '') {
        e.value = '%(search_hint)s';
        e.className = 'disabled';
        searchIsDisabled = true;

function actionsMenuInit(title) {
    // Initialize action menu
    for (i = 0; i < document.forms.length; i++) {
        var form = document.forms[i];
        if (form.className == 'actionsmenu') {
            // Check if this form needs update
            var div = form.getElementsByTagName('div')[0];
            var label = div.getElementsByTagName('label')[0];
            if (label) {
                // This is the first time: remove label and do buton.
                var dobutton = div.getElementsByTagName('input')[0];
                // and add menu title
                var select = div.getElementsByTagName('select')[0];
                var item = document.createElement('option');
                item.value = 'show';
                select.insertBefore(item, select.options[0]);
                select.selectedIndex = 0;
""" % {
    'search_hint' : _('Search:', formatted=False).replace(':',''), # XXX TODO make own i18n string in 1.4
        return script
    def shouldUseRSS(self):
        """ Return True if rss feature is available, or False

        Currently rss is broken on plain Python, and works only when
        installing PyXML. Return true if PyXML is installed.
        # Stolen from
            import xml
            return xml.__file__.find('_xmlplus') != -1
        except ImportError:
            # This error reported on Python 2.2
            return False
    def rsshref(self):
        """ Create rss href, used for rss button and head link
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: html head
        href = u'%s/RecentChanges?action=rss_rc&amp;ddiffs=1&amp;unique=1' % \
        return href
    def rsslink(self):
        """ Create rss link in head, used by FireFox

        RSS link for FireFox. This shows an rss link in the bottom of
        the page and let you subscribe to the wiki rss feed.

        @rtype: unicode
        @return: html head
        if self.shouldUseRSS():
            link = [
                u'<link rel="alternate"',
                u' title="%s Recent Changes"' % self.cfg.sitename,
                u' href="%s"' % self.rsshref(),
                u' type="application/rss+xml">',
            return ''.join(link)
        return ''
    def html_head(self, d):
        """ Assemble html head
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: html head
        html = [
            u'<title>%(title)s - %(sitename)s</title>' % d,
            self.headscript(d), # Should move to separate .js file
        return '\n'.join(html)

    def credits(self, d, **keywords):
        """ Create credits html from credits list """
        if isinstance(self.cfg.page_credits, (list, tuple)):
            items = ['<li>%s</li>' % i for i in self.cfg.page_credits]
            html = '<ul id="credits">\n%s\n</ul>\n' % '\n'.join(items)
            # Old config using string, output as is
            html = self.cfg.page_credits
        return html

    def shouldShowEditbar(self, page):
        """ Should we show the editbar?

        Actions should implement this, because only the action knows if
        the edit bar makes sense. Until it goes into actions, we do the
        checking here.

        @param page: current page
        @rtype: bool
        @return: true if editbar should show
        # Show editbar only for existing pages, including deleted pages,
        # that the user may read. If you may not read, you can't edit,
        # so you don't need editbar.
        if (page.exists(includeDeleted=1) and
            form = self.request.form
            action = form.get('action', [''])[0]
            # Do not show editbar on edit but on save/cancel
            return not (action == 'edit' and
                        not form.has_key('button_save') and
                        not form.has_key('button_cancel'))
        return False

    def quicklinkLink(self, page):
        """ Return add/remove quicklink link to valid users
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: quicklink / quickunlink link
        _ = self.request.getText
        user = self.request.user
        if user.valid:
            title = _("Quicklink")
            quotedname = wikiutil.quoteWikinameURL(page.page_name)
            link = wikiutil.link_tag(self.request, quotedname + 
                                     '?action=quicklink', title)
            return link
        return ''

    def subscribeLink(self, page):
        """ Return subscribe/unsubscribe link to valid users
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: subscribe or unsubscribe link
        _ = self.request.getText
        user = self.request.user
        if self.cfg.mail_enabled and user.valid:
            # Email enabled and user valid, get current page status
            if user.isSubscribedTo([page.page_name]):
                title = _("Unsubscribe")
                title = _("Subscribe")
            quotedname = wikiutil.quoteWikinameURL(page.page_name)
            link = wikiutil.link_tag(self.request, quotedname + 
                                     '?action=subscribe', title)
            return link
        return ''

    def actionsMenu(self, page):
        """ Create actions menu list and items data dict
        The menu will contain the same items always, but items that are not 
        available will be disabled (some broken browsers will let you select
        disabled options though).

        The menu should give best user experience for javascript enabled
        browsers, and acceptable behavior for those who prefer not to
        use Javascript.

        TODO: Move actionsMenuInit() into body onload. This require that
        the theme will render body, its currently done on wikiutil/page.
        @param page: current page, Page object
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: actions menu html fragment
        request = self.request
        _ = request.getText
        menu = [

        titles = {
            # action: menu title
            '__title__': _("More Actions:", formatted=False),
            '__separator__': '--------', # spacer
            'raw': _('Show Raw Text', formatted=False),
            'print': _('Show Print View', formatted=False),
            'refresh': _('Delete Cache', formatted=False),
            'AttachFile': _('Attach File', formatted=False),
            'SpellCheck': _('Check Spelling', formatted=False), # rename action!
            'RenamePage': _('Rename Page', formatted=False),
            'DeletePage': _('Delete Page', formatted=False),
            'LikePages': _('Show Like Pages', formatted=False),
            'LocalSiteMap': _('Show Local Site Map', formatted=False),

        options = []
        option = '<option value="%(action)s"%(disabled)s>%(title)s</option>'
        # class="disabled" is a workaround for browsers that ignore
        # "disabled", e.g IE, Safari
        # for XHTML: data['disabled'] = ' disabled="disabled"'
        disabled = ' disabled class="disabled"'
        # Format standard actions
        available = request.getAvailableActions(page)
        for action in menu:
            data = {'action': action, 'disabled': '', 'title': titles[action]}

            # Enable delete cache only if page can use caching
            if action == 'refresh':
                if not page.canUseCache():
                    data['action'] = 'show'
                    data['disabled'] = disabled

            # Special menu items. Without javascript, executing will
            # just return to the page.
            elif action.startswith('__'):
                data['action'] = 'show'

            # Actions which are not available for this wiki, user or page
            if (action == '__separator__' or
                (action[0].isupper() and not action in available)):
                data['disabled'] = disabled               

            options.append(option % data)

        # Add custom actions not in the standard menu
        more = [item for item in available if not item in titles]
        if more:
            # Add separator
            separator = option % {'action': 'show', 'disabled': disabled,
                                  'title': titles['__separator__']}
            # Add more actions (all enabled)
            for action in more:
                data = {'action': action, 'disabled': ''}
                # Always add spaces: AttachFile -> Attach File 
                # XXX TODO do not create page just for using split_title
                title = Page(request, action).split_title(request, force=1)
                # Use translated version if available
                data['title'] = _(title, formatted=False)
                options.append(option % data)

        data = {
            'label': titles['__title__'],
            'options': '\n'.join(options),
            'do_button': _("Do")

        html = '''
<form class="actionsmenu" method="get" action="">
    <select name="action"
        onchange="if ((this.selectedIndex != 0) &&
                      (this.options[this.selectedIndex].disabled == false)) {
            this.selectedIndex = 0;">
    <input type="submit" value="%(do_button)s">
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--// Init menu
''' % data
        return html      
    def editbar(self, d):
        """ Assemble the page edit bar.

        Display on existing page. Replace iconbar, showtext, edit text,
        refresh cache and available actions.
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: iconbar html
        page = d['page']       
        if not self.shouldShowEditbar(page):
            return ''

        # Use cached editbar if possible.
        cacheKey = 'editbar'
        cached = self._cache.get(cacheKey)
        if cached:
            return cached

        # Make new edit bar
        request = self.request
        _ = self.request.getText
        link = wikiutil.link_tag
        quotedname = wikiutil.quoteWikinameURL(page.page_name)
        links = []
        add = links.append
        # Parent page
        parent = page.getParentPage()
        if parent:
           add(parent.link_to(request, _("Parent Page", formatted=False))) 
        # Page actions
        if page.isWritable() and request.user.may.write(page.page_name):
            editor = request.user.editor_ui
            if editor == '<default>':
                editor = request.cfg.editor_ui
            if editor == 'freechoice':
                add(link(request, '%s?action=edit&editor=%s' % (quotedname, 'text'), _('Edit (Text)')))
                add(link(request, '%s?action=edit&editor=%s' % (quotedname, 'gui'), _('Edit (GUI)')))
            else: # editor == 'theonepreferred'
                add(link(request, '%s?action=edit' % (quotedname, ), _('Edit')))
                # we dont need to specify editor as edit action will choose the one from userprefs by default
            add(_('Immutable Page', formatted=False))              
        #This is kind of superfluous as RC and action=info contains this, too.
        #And it showed only the "Last Change", so it was named wrong and
        #bookmark on RC is superior.
        #add(link(request, quotedname + '?action=diff',
        #         _('Show Changes', formatted=False)))
        add(link(request, quotedname + '?action=info',
                 _('Infos', formatted=False)))
        # Format
        items = '\n'.join(['<li>%s</li>' % item for item in links if item != ''])
        html = u'<ul class="editbar">\n%s\n</ul>\n' % items
        # cache for next call
        self._cache[cacheKey] = html
        return html

    def startPage(self):
        """ Start page div with page language and direction
        @rtype: unicode
        @return: page div with language and direction attribtues
        return u'<div id="page"%s>\n' % self.content_lang_attr()
    def endPage(self):
        """ End page div 
        Add an empty page bottom div to prevent floating elements to
        float out of the page bottom over the footer.
        return '<div id="pagebottom"></div>\n</div>\n'        
    # Public functions #####################################################

    def header(self, d, **kw):
        """ Assemble page header
        Default behavior is to start a page div. Sub class and add
        footer items.
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: page header html
        return self.startPage()
    editorheader = header
    def footer(self, d, **keywords):
        """ Assemble page footer
        Default behavior is to end page div. Sub class and add
        footer items.

        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @keyword ...:...
        @rtype: string
        @return: page footer html
        return self.endPage()

    # RecentChanges ######################################################

    def recentchanges_entry(self, d):
        Assemble a single recentchanges entry (table row)
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: recentchanges entry html
        _ = self.request.getText
        html = []
        html.append('<td class="rcicon1">%(icon_html)s</td>\n' % d)
        html.append('<td class="rcpagelink">%(pagelink_html)s</td>\n' % d)
        html.append('<td class="rctime">')
        if d['time_html']:
            html.append("%(time_html)s" % d)

        html.append('<td class="rcicon2">%(info_html)s</td>\n' % d)
        html.append('<td class="rceditor">')
        if d['editors']:
        html.append('<td class="rccomment">')
        if d['comments']:
            if d['changecount'] > 1:
                notfirst = 0
                for comment in d['comments']:
                    html.append('%s<tt>#%02d</tt>&nbsp;%s' % (
                        notfirst and '<br>' or '' , comment[0], comment[1]))
                    notfirst = 1
                comment = d['comments'][0]
                html.append('%s' % comment[1])
        return ''.join(html)
    def recentchanges_daybreak(self, d):
        Assemble a rc daybreak indication (table row)
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: recentchanges daybreak html
        if d['bookmark_link_html']:
            set_bm = '&nbsp; %(bookmark_link_html)s' % d
            set_bm = ''
        return ('<tr class="rcdaybreak"><td colspan="%d">'
                '</td></tr>\n') % (6, d['date'], set_bm)

    def recentchanges_header(self, d):
        Assemble the recentchanges header (intro + open table)
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: recentchanges header html
        _ = self.request.getText
        # Should use user interface language and direction
        html = '<div class="recentchanges"%s>\n' % self.ui_lang_attr()
        html += '<div>\n'
        if self.shouldUseRSS():
            link = [
                u'<div class="rcrss">',
                u'<a href="%s">' % self.rsshref(),
            html += ''.join(link)
        html += '<p>'
        if d['rc_update_bookmark']:
            html += "%(rc_update_bookmark)s %(rc_curr_bookmark)s<br>" % d

        # Add day selector
        if d['rc_days']:
            days = []
            for day in d['rc_days']:
                if day == d['rc_max_days']:
                    days.append('<strong>%d</strong>' % day)
                            '%s?max_days=%d' % (d['q_page_name'], day),
            days = ' | '.join(days)
            html += (_("Show %s days.") % (days,))
        html += '</p>\n</div>\n'

        html += '<table>\n'
        return html

    def recentchanges_footer(self, d):
        Assemble the recentchanges footer (close table)
        @param d: parameter dictionary
        @rtype: string
        @return: recentchanges footer html
        _ = self.request.getText
        html = ''
        html += '</table>\n'
        if d['rc_msg']:
            html += "<br>%(rc_msg)s\n" % d
        html += '</div>\n'
        return html

    # Language stuff ####################################################
    def ui_lang_attr(self):
        """Generate language attributes for user interface elements

        User interface elements use the user language (if any), kept in

        @rtype: string
        @return: lang and dir html attributes
        lang = self.request.lang
        return ' lang="%s" dir="%s"' % (lang, i18n.getDirection(lang))

    def content_lang_attr(self):
        """Generate language attributes for wiki page content

        Page content uses the page language or the wiki default language.

        @rtype: string
        @return: lang and dir html attributes
        lang = self.request.content_lang
        return ' lang="%s" dir="%s"' % (lang, i18n.getDirection(lang))