view MoinMoin/themes/ @ 770:a4ec2c6f0bb7 pytest2

history: do not yield Revision objects, but directly result documents from whoosh we have all that global and local history view (and also the atom feed) needs in the whoosh index. the whoosh documents yielded are dicts with all stored fields. by just using that, we do not need to access the backend storage any more for displaying history (which was one of the reasons for the slow global history for wikis with many revisions). one small difference is rev.timestamp (UNIX timestamp) vs. doc[MTIME] (datetime object). added size, action, comment fields to whoosh indexes (needed for history display and also useful for other reasons). adjusted the tests (pytest 2) TODO: ACL checks for history? (this is a general thing we need to be careful with: not to expose index data that should not be exposed). removed unused "mountpoint" history() param. add utctimestamp() == inverse of datetime.utcfromtimestamp()
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Thu, 25 Aug 2011 23:09:06 +0200
parents 035656874a40
children 95d1033b7808
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# Copyright: 2003-2010 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
# Copyright: 2008 MoinMoin:RadomirDopieralski
# Copyright: 2010 MoinMoin:DiogenesAugusto
# License: GNU GPL v2 (or any later version), see LICENSE.txt for details.

    MoinMoin - Theme Support

import urllib

from flask import current_app as app
from flask import g as flaskg
from flask import url_for, request
from flaskext.themes import get_theme, render_theme_template

from MoinMoin import log
logging = log.getLogger(__name__)

from MoinMoin.i18n import _, L_, N_
from MoinMoin import wikiutil, user
from MoinMoin.config import USERID, ADDRESS, HOSTNAME
from MoinMoin.util.interwiki import split_interwiki, getInterwikiHome, is_local_wiki, is_known_wiki, url_for_item
from MoinMoin.util.crypto import cache_key
from MoinMoin.util.forms import make_generator

def get_current_theme():
    # this might be called at a time when flaskg.user is not setup yet:
    u = getattr(flaskg, 'user', None)
    if u and u.theme_name is not None:
        theme_name = u.theme_name
        theme_name = app.cfg.theme_default
        return get_theme(theme_name)
    except KeyError:
        logging.warning("theme %s was not found; using default of %s instead." % (theme_name, app.cfg.theme_default))
        theme_name = app.cfg.theme_default
        return get_theme(theme_name)

def render_template(template, **context):
    output = render_theme_template(get_current_theme(), template, **context)
    return output

def themed_error(e):
    item_name = request.view_args.get('item_name', u'')
    if e.code == 403:
        title = L_('Access denied')
        description = L_('You are not allowed to access this resource.')
        # if we have no special code, we just return the HTTPException instance
        return e
    content = render_template('error.html',
                              title=title, description=description)
    return content, e.code

class ThemeSupport(object):
    Support code for template feeding.
    def __init__(self, cfg):
        self.cfg = cfg
        self.user = flaskg.user =
        self.ui_lang = 'en' # XXX
        self.ui_dir = 'ltr' # XXX
        self.content_lang = flaskg.content_lang # XXX
        self.content_dir = 'ltr' # XXX
        self.meta_items = [] # list of (name, content) for html head <meta>

    def location_breadcrumbs(self, item_name):
        Assemble the location using breadcrumbs (was: title)

        :rtype: list
        :returns: location breadcrumbs items in tuple (segment_name, item_name, exists)
        breadcrumbs = []
        current_item = ''
        for segment in item_name.split('/'):
            current_item += segment
            breadcrumbs.append((segment, current_item,
            current_item += '/'
        return breadcrumbs

    def path_breadcrumbs(self):
        Assemble the path breadcrumbs (a.k.a.: trail)

        :rtype: list
        :returns: path breadcrumbs items in tuple (wiki_name, item_name, url, exists, err)
        user = self.user
        breadcrumbs = []
        trail = user.getTrail()
        for interwiki_item_name in trail:
            wiki_name, item_name = split_interwiki(interwiki_item_name)
            err = not is_known_wiki(wiki_name)
            href = url_for_item(item_name, wiki_name=wiki_name)
            if is_local_wiki(wiki_name):
                exists =
                wiki_name = ''  # means "this wiki" for the theme code
                exists = True  # we can't detect existance of remote items
            breadcrumbs.append((wiki_name, item_name, href, exists, err))
        return breadcrumbs

    def userhome(self):
        Assemble arguments used to build user homepage link

        :rtype: tuple
        :returns: arguments of user homepage link in tuple (wiki_href, aliasname, title, exists)
        user = self.user
        name =
        aliasname = user.aliasname
        if not aliasname:
            aliasname = name

        wikiname, itemname = getInterwikiHome(name)
        title = "%s @ %s" % (aliasname, wikiname)
        # link to (interwiki) user homepage
        if is_local_wiki(wikiname):
            exists =
            # We cannot check if wiki pages exists in remote wikis
            exists = True
        wiki_href = url_for_item(itemname, wiki_name=wikiname)
        return wiki_href, aliasname, title, exists

    def split_navilink(self, text):
        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.

        Supported syntax:
            * PageName
            * WikiName:PageName
            * wiki:WikiName:PageName
            * url
            * all targets as seen above with title: [[target|title]]

        :param text: the text used in config or user preferences
        :rtype: tuple
        :returns: pagename or url, link to page or url
        title = None
        wiki_local = ''  # means local wiki

        # Handle [[pagename|title]] or [[url|title]] formats
        if text.startswith('[[') and text.endswith(']]'):
            text = text[2:-2]
                target, title = text.split('|', 1)
                target = target.strip()
                title = title.strip()
            except (ValueError, TypeError):
                # Just use the text as is.
                target = text.strip()
            target = text

        if wikiutil.is_URL(target):
            if not title:
                title = target
            return target, title, wiki_local

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

        wiki_name, item_name = split_interwiki(target)
        if wiki_name == 'Self':
            wiki_name = ''
        href = url_for_item(item_name, wiki_name=wiki_name)
        if not title:
            title = item_name
        return href, title, wiki_name

    def navibar(self, item_name):
        Assemble the navibar

        :rtype: list
        :returns: list of tuples (css_class, url, link_text, title)
        current = item_name
        # Process config navi_bar
        items = [(cls, url_for(endpoint, **args), link_text, title)
                 for cls, endpoint, args, link_text, title in self.cfg.navi_bar]

        # Add user links to wiki links.
        userlinks = self.user.getQuickLinks()
        for text in userlinks:
            url, link_text, title = self.split_navilink(text)
            items.append(('userlink', url, link_text, title))

        # Add sister pages (see )
        for sistername, sisterurl in self.cfg.sistersites:
            if is_local_wiki(sistername):
                items.append(('sisterwiki current', sisterurl, sistername))
                cid = cache_key(usage="SisterSites", sistername=sistername)
                sisteritems = app.cache.get(cid)
                if sisteritems is None:
                    uo = urllib.URLopener()
                    uo.version = 'MoinMoin SisterItem list fetcher 1.0'
                        sisteritems = {}
                        f =
                        for line in f:
                            line = line.strip()
                                item_url, item_name = line.split(' ', 1)
                                sisteritems[item_name.decode('utf-8')] = item_url
                                pass # ignore invalid lines
                        app.cache.set(cid, sisteritems)
              "Site: %s Status: Updated. Pages: %d" % (sistername, len(sisteritems)))
                    except IOError as err:
                        (title, code, msg, headers) = err.args # code e.g. 304
                        logging.warning("Site: %s Status: Not updated." % sistername)
                        logging.exception("exception was:")
                if current in sisteritems:
                    url = sisteritems[current]
                    items.append(('sisterwiki', url, sistername, ''))
        return items

    def parent_item(self, item_name):
        Return name of parent item for the current item

        :rtype: unicode
        :returns: parent item name
        parent_item_name = wikiutil.ParentItemName(item_name)
        if item_name and parent_item_name:
            return parent_item_name

    # TODO: reimplement on-wiki-page sidebar definition with MoinMoin.converter

    # Properties ##############################################################

    def login_url(self):
        Return URL usable for user login

        :rtype: unicode (or None, if no login url is supported)
        :returns: url for user login
        url = None
        if self.cfg.auth_login_inputs == ['special_no_input']:
            url = url_for('frontend.login', login=1)
        if self.cfg.auth_have_login:
            url = url or url_for('frontend.login')
        return url

def get_editor_info(rev, external=False):
    addr = rev.get(ADDRESS)
    hostname = rev.get(HOSTNAME)
    text = _('anonymous')  # link text
    title = ''  # link title
    css = 'editor'  # link/span css class
    name = None  # author name
    uri = None  # author homepage uri
    email = None  # pure email address of author
    if app.cfg.show_hosts and addr:
        # only tell ip / hostname if show_hosts is True
        if hostname:
            text = hostname[:15]  # 15 = len(ipaddr)
            name = title = '%s[%s]' % (hostname, addr)
            css = 'editor host'
            name = text = addr
            title = '[%s]' % (addr, )
            css = 'editor ip'

    userid = rev.get(USERID)
    if userid:
        u = user.User(userid)
        name =
        text = name
        aliasname = u.aliasname
        if not aliasname:
            aliasname = name
        if title:
            # we already have some address info
            title = "%s @ %s" % (aliasname, title)
            title = aliasname
        if u.mailto_author and
            email =
            css = 'editor mail'
            homewiki = app.cfg.user_homewiki
            if is_local_wiki(homewiki):
                css = 'editor homepage local'
                css = 'editor homepage interwiki'
            uri = url_for_item(name, wiki_name=homewiki, _external=external)

    result = dict(name=name, text=text, css=css, title=title)
    if uri:
        result['uri'] = uri
    if email:
        result['email'] = email
    return result

def shorten_item_name(name, length=25):
    Shorten item names

    Shorten very long item names that tend to break the user
    interface. The short name is usually fine, unless really stupid
    long names are used (WYGIWYD).

    :param name: item name, unicode
    :param length: maximum length for shortened item names, int
    :rtype: unicode
    :returns: shortened version.
    # First use only the sub page name, that might be enough
    if len(name) > length:
        name = name.split('/')[-1]
        # If it's not enough, replace the middle with '...'
        if len(name) > length:
            half, left = divmod(length - 3, 2)
            name = u'%s...%s' % (name[:half + left], name[-half:])
    return name

    'application/pdf': 'pdf',
    'application/zip': 'package',
    'application/x-tar': 'package',
    'application/x-gtar': 'package',
    'application/x-twikidraw': 'drawing',
    'application/x-anywikidraw': 'drawing',
    'application/x-svgdraw': 'drawing',

def contenttype_to_class(contenttype):
    Convert a contenttype string to a css class.
    cls = MIMETYPE_TO_CLASS.get(contenttype)
    if not cls:
        # just use the major part of mimetype
        cls = contenttype.split('/', 1)[0]
    return 'moin-mime-%s' % cls

def utctimestamp(dt):
    convert a datetime object (UTC) to a UNIX timestamp (UTC)

    Note: time library writers seem to have a distorted relationship to inverse
          functions and also to UTC (see time.gmtime, see datetime.utcfromtimestamp).
    from calendar import timegm
    return timegm(dt.timetuple())

def setup_jinja_env():
    app.jinja_env.filters['shorten_item_name'] = shorten_item_name
    app.jinja_env.filters['contenttype_to_class'] = contenttype_to_class
    # please note that these filters are installed by flask-babel:
    # datetimeformat, dateformat, timeformat, timedeltaformat

                            # please note that flask-babel/jinja2.ext installs:
                            # _, gettext, ngettext
                            'isinstance': isinstance,
                            'list': list,
                            # please note that flask-themes installs:
                            # theme, theme_static
                            'theme_supp': ThemeSupport(app.cfg),
                            'user': flaskg.user,
                            'clock': flaskg.clock,
                            'cfg': app.cfg,
                            'item_name': 'handlers need to give it',
                            'url_for_item': url_for_item,
                            'get_editor_info': lambda rev: get_editor_info(rev),
                            'utctimestamp': lambda dt: utctimestamp(dt),
                            'gen': make_generator(),