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From Joe Schaefer <joe_schae...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: svn commit: r1142819 - /incubator/ooo/site/trunk/content/openofficeorg/people.mdtext
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2011 18:42:46 GMT
To test you just install the python markdown package and execute the script from the command
line.

Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 6, 2011, at 2:38 PM, Dave Fisher <dave2wave@comcast.net> wrote:

Joe,

Submit a patch to infrastructure@ plaese.

I would, but I am uncomfortable submitting untested code. I need some help setting up a version
of the CMS for testing.

I think that others here may have a similar need.

Thanks.

Anyway if you want to debug what I did here is a diff compared to mdx_elementid.py:

--- mdx_elementid.py    2011-07-06 10:43:22.000000000 -0700
+++ mdx_classtag.py    2011-07-05 18:34:32.000000000 -0700
@@ -1,39 +1,39 @@
#! 

'''
-id Extension for Python-Markdown
+classtag Extension for Python-Markdown
==========================================

-This extension adds ids to block elements in Python-Markdown.
+This extension adds class tags to block elements in Python-Markdown.

Simple Usage:

import markdown
text = """
-    ... list: {#list.1} 
+    ... list: {.list.1} 
    ...
-    ... 1. This is a test {#node1}
-    ... 2. Other {#node2}
+    ... 1. This is a test {.node1}
+    ... 2. Other {#.node2}
    ... 
    ... More
    ... """
-    >>> markdown.markdown(text, ['toc','elementid'])
-    u'<p id="list.1">list:</p>\\n<ol>\\n<li id="node1">This is a
test</li>\\n<li id="node2">Other</li>\\n</ol>\\n<p>More</p>'
-    >>> text2 = u"""Spain {#el1}
+    >>> markdown.markdown(text, ['toc','classtag'])
+    u'<p class="list.1">list:</p>\\n<ol>\\n<li class="node1">This
is a test</li>\\n<li class="node2">Other</li>\\n</ol>\\n<p>More</p>'
+    >>> text2 = u"""Spain {.el1}
    ... :    Name of a country
    ...      in the South West of Europe
    ... 
-    ... Espa\xf1a {#el2}
+    ... Espa\xf1a {.el2}
    ... :    Name of Spain
    ...      in Spanish (contains non-ascii)
    ... 
    ... End of definition list...
    ... """
-    >>> markdown.markdown(text2, ['toc','elementid', 'def_list'])
-    u'<dl>\\n<dt id="el1">Spain</dt>\\n<dd>Name of a country\\n in
the South West of Europe</dd>\\n<dt id="el2">Espa\\xf1a</dt>\\n<dd>Name
of Spain\\n in Spanish (contains non-ascii)</dd>\\n</dl>\\n<p>End of definition
list...</p>'
-
+    >>> markdown.markdown(text2, ['toc','classtag', 'def_list'])
+    u'<dl>\\n<dt class="el1">Spain</dt>\\n<dd>Name of a country\\n
in the South West of Europe</dd>\\n<dt class="el2">Espa\\xf1a</dt>\\n<dd>Name
of Spain\\n in Spanish (contains non-ascii)</dd>\\n</dl>\\n<p>End of definition
list...</p>'


+Based on mdx_elementid.py
Copyright 2010
* [Santiago Gala](http://memojo.com/~sgala/blog/)

@@ -46,52 +46,52 @@
ID_RE = re.compile(r"""[ \t]*                    # optional whitespace
                       [#]{0,6}                  # end of heading
                       [ \t]*                    # optional whitespace
-                       (?:[ \t]*\{[ \t]*\#(?P<id>[-._:a-zA-Z0-9]+)[ \t]*\})
+                       (?:[ \t]*\{[ \t]*\.(?P<classtag>[-._:a-zA-Z0-9]+)[ \t]*\})
                       [ \t]*                    # optional whitespace
                       (\n|$)              #  ^^ group('id') = id attribute
                    """,
                    re.VERBOSE)


-class IdTreeProcessor(markdown.treeprocessors.Treeprocessor):
-    """ Id Treeprocessor - parse text for id specs. """
+class ClasstagTreeProcessor(markdown.treeprocessors.Treeprocessor):
+    """ Classtag Treeprocessor - parse text for classtag specs. """

-    def _parseID(self, element):
-        ''' recursively parse all {#idname}s at eol into ids '''
+    def _parseClasstag(self, element):
+        ''' recursively parse all {.classtag}s at eol into ids '''
        if markdown.isBlockLevel(element.tag) and element.tag not in ['code', 'pre']:
            #print element
            if (element.text and element.text.strip()):
                m = ID_RE.search(element.text)
                if m:
-                    element.set('id',m.group('id'))
+                    element.set('classtag',m.group('classtag'))
                    element.text = element.text[:m.start()]
            for e in element:
-                self._parseID(e)
+                self._parseClasstag(e)
        return element


    def run(self, root):
        '''
-        Find and remove all id specs references from the text,
-        and add them as the id attribute of the element.
+        Find and remove all classtag specs references from the text,
+        and add them as the class attribute of the element.

        '''
        if markdown.isBlockLevel(root.tag) and root.tag not in ['code', 'pre']:
-            self._parseID(root)
+            self._parseClasstag(root)
        return root

-class IdExtension(markdown.Extension):
-    """ Id Extension for Python-Markdown. """
+class ClasstagExtension(markdown.Extension):
+    """ Classtag Extension for Python-Markdown. """

    def extendMarkdown(self, md, md_globals):
-        """ Insert IdTreeProcessor in tree processors. It should be before toc. """
-        idext = IdTreeProcessor(md)
-        idext.config = self.config
-        md.treeprocessors.add("elid", idext, "_begin")
+        """ Insert ClasstagTreeProcessor in tree processors. It should be before toc. """
+        classtagext = ClasstagTreeProcessor(md)
+        classtagext.config = self.config
+        md.treeprocessors.add("elid", classtagext, "_begin")


def makeExtension(configs=None):
-    return IdExtension(configs=configs)
+    return ClasstagExtension(configs=configs)

if __name__ == "__main__":
    import doctest

Regards,
Dave



Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 5, 2011, at 11:46 PM, Dave Fisher <dave2wave@comcast.net> wrote:

Hi Joe,

I've made what I think is an appropriate edit to create an mdx_classtag.py.

(1) Basically id was converted to classtag all over. (class is a reserved word.)

(2) The appropriate # was changed to . in the regex (I hope)

What would be my easiest strategy for testing it on my people.a.o account?

Is it as simple as downloading the proper part of the repos?

Regards,
Dave

On Jul 5, 2011, at 2:11 PM, Joe Schaefer wrote:



----- Original Message ----
From: Dave Fisher <dave2wave@comcast.net>
To: ooo-dev@incubator.apache.org
Cc: ooo-commits@incubator.apache.org
Sent: Tue, July 5, 2011 4:57:36 PM
Subject: Re: svn commit: r1142819 -
/incubator/ooo/site/trunk/content/openofficeorg/people.mdtext

Hi Joe,

Thanks for all the CMS tips.

I see from this commit that #  {#foo} is inserted into the table header html as 
<th  id="foo">.

Would # {.bar} add class="bar"?

Not as it's currently implemented, no.  What you want to look at is the source 
for
mdx_elementid.py as it's a custom extension of our markdown impl.  If you hack 
it
to do what you want, and your code doesn't suck, I'll apply the patch.  The 
source
is here https://svn.apache.org/repos/infra/websites/cms/build/mdx_elementid.py .





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