Source code for gramps.gen.lib.address

# Gramps - a GTK+/GNOME based genealogy program
# Copyright (C) 2000-2007  Donald N. Allingham
# Copyright (C) 2010       Michiel D. Nauta
# Copyright (C) 2011       Tim G L Lyons
# Copyright (C) 2013       Doug Blank <>
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Address class for Gramps.

# GRAMPS modules
from .secondaryobj import SecondaryObject
from .privacybase import PrivacyBase
from .citationbase import CitationBase
from .notebase import NoteBase
from .datebase import DateBase
from .locationbase import LocationBase
from .const import IDENTICAL, EQUAL, DIFFERENT

# Address for Person/Repository
[docs]class Address(SecondaryObject, PrivacyBase, CitationBase, NoteBase, DateBase, LocationBase): """Provide address information.""" def __init__(self, source=None): """ Create a new Address instance, copying from the source if provided. """ PrivacyBase.__init__(self, source) CitationBase.__init__(self, source) NoteBase.__init__(self, source) DateBase.__init__(self, source) LocationBase.__init__(self, source)
[docs] def serialize(self): """ Convert the object to a serialized tuple of data. """ return (PrivacyBase.serialize(self), CitationBase.serialize(self), NoteBase.serialize(self), DateBase.serialize(self), LocationBase.serialize(self))
[docs] def to_struct(self): """ Convert the data held in this object to a structure (eg, struct) that represents all the data elements. This method is used to recursively convert the object into a self-documenting form that can easily be used for various purposes, including diffs and queries. These structures may be primitive Python types (string, integer, boolean, etc.) or complex Python types (lists, tuples, or dicts). If the return type is a dict, then the keys of the dict match the fieldname of the object. If the return struct (or value of a dict key) is a list, then it is a list of structs. Otherwise, the struct is just the value of the attribute. :returns: Returns a struct containing the data of the object. :rtype: dict """ return {"_class": "Address", "private": PrivacyBase.serialize(self), "citation_list": CitationBase.to_struct(self), "note_list": NoteBase.to_struct(self), "date": DateBase.to_struct(self), "location": LocationBase.to_struct(self) }
[docs] def from_struct(cls, struct): """ Given a struct data representation, return a serialized object. :returns: Returns a serialized object """ default = Address() return (PrivacyBase.from_struct(struct.get("private", default.private)), CitationBase.from_struct(struct.get("citation_list", default.citation_list)), NoteBase.from_struct(struct.get("note_list", default.note_list)), DateBase.from_struct(struct.get("date", {})), LocationBase.from_struct(struct.get("location", {})) )
[docs] def unserialize(self, data): """ Convert a serialized tuple of data to an object. """ (privacy, citation_list, note_list, date, location) = data PrivacyBase.unserialize(self, privacy) CitationBase.unserialize(self, citation_list) NoteBase.unserialize(self, note_list) DateBase.unserialize(self, date) LocationBase.unserialize(self, location) return self
[docs] def get_text_data_list(self): """ Return the list of all textual attributes of the object. :returns: Returns the list of all textual attributes of the object. :rtype: list """ return LocationBase.get_text_data_list(self)
[docs] def get_text_data_child_list(self): """ Return the list of child objects that may carry textual data. :returns: Returns the list of child objects that may carry textual data. :rtype: list """ return []
[docs] def get_note_child_list(self): """ Return the list of child secondary objects that may refer notes. :returns: Returns the list of child secondary child objects that may refer notes. :rtype: list """ return []
[docs] def get_handle_referents(self): """ Return the list of child objects which may, directly or through their children, reference primary objects. :returns: Returns the list of objects referencing primary objects. :rtype: list """ return []
[docs] def get_referenced_handles(self): """ Return the list of (classname, handle) tuples for all directly referenced primary objects. :returns: List of (classname, handle) tuples for referenced objects. :rtype: list """ return self.get_referenced_note_handles() + \ self.get_referenced_citation_handles()
[docs] def is_equivalent(self, other): """ Return if this address is equivalent, that is agrees in location and date, to other. :param other: The address to compare this one to. :type other: Address :returns: Constant indicating degree of equivalence. :rtype: int """ if self.get_text_data_list() != other.get_text_data_list() or \ self.get_date_object() != other.get_date_object(): return DIFFERENT else: if self.is_equal(other): return IDENTICAL else: return EQUAL
[docs] def merge(self, acquisition): """ Merge the content of acquisition into this address. Lost: date, street, city, county, state, country, postal and phone of acquisition. :param acquisition: The address to merge with the present address. :type acquisition: Address """ self._merge_privacy(acquisition) self._merge_note_list(acquisition) self._merge_citation_list(acquisition)