Source code for gramps.gen.lib.event

# 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
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Event object for Gramps.

# standard python modules
import logging
LOG = logging.getLogger(".citation")

# GRAMPS modules
from .primaryobj import PrimaryObject
from .citationbase import CitationBase
from .notebase import NoteBase
from .mediabase import MediaBase
from .attrbase import AttributeBase
from .datebase import DateBase
from .placebase import PlaceBase
from .tagbase import TagBase
from .eventtype import EventType
from .handle import Handle

# Event class
[docs]class Event(CitationBase, NoteBase, MediaBase, AttributeBase, DateBase, PlaceBase, PrimaryObject): """ The Event record is used to store information about some type of action that occurred at a particular place at a particular time, such as a birth, death, or marriage. A possible definition: Events are things that happen at some point in time (that we may not know precisely, though), at some place, may involve several people (witnesses, officers, notaries, priests, etc.) and may of course have sources, notes, media, etc. Compare this with attribute: :class:`~.attribute.Attribute` """ def __init__(self, source=None): """ Create a new Event instance, copying from the source if present. :param source: An event used to initialize the new event :type source: Event """ PrimaryObject.__init__(self, source) CitationBase.__init__(self, source) NoteBase.__init__(self, source) MediaBase.__init__(self, source) AttributeBase.__init__(self) DateBase.__init__(self, source) PlaceBase.__init__(self, source) if source: self.__description = source.__description self.__type = EventType(source.__type) else: self.__description = "" self.__type = EventType()
[docs] def serialize(self, no_text_date = False): """ Convert the data held in the event to a Python tuple that represents all the data elements. This method is used to convert the object into a form that can easily be saved to a database. These elements may be primitive Python types (string, integers), complex Python types (lists or tuples, or Python objects. If the target database cannot handle complex types (such as objects or lists), the database is responsible for converting the data into a form that it can use. :returns: Returns a python tuple containing the data that should be considered persistent. :rtype: tuple """ return (self.handle, self.gramps_id, self.__type.serialize(), DateBase.serialize(self, no_text_date), self.__description,, CitationBase.serialize(self), NoteBase.serialize(self), MediaBase.serialize(self), AttributeBase.serialize(self), self.change, TagBase.serialize(self), self.private)
[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": "Event", "handle": Handle("Event", self.handle), "gramps_id": self.gramps_id, "type": self.__type.to_struct(), "date": DateBase.to_struct(self), "description": self.__description, "place": Handle("Place",, "citation_list": CitationBase.to_struct(self), "note_list": NoteBase.to_struct(self), "media_list": MediaBase.to_struct(self), "attribute_list": AttributeBase.to_struct(self), "change": self.change, "tag_list": TagBase.to_struct(self), "private": self.private}
[docs] def from_struct(cls, struct): """ Given a struct data representation, return a serialized object. :returns: Returns a serialized object """ default = Event() return (Handle.from_struct(struct.get("handle", default.handle)), struct.get("gramps_id", default.gramps_id), EventType.from_struct(struct.get("type", {})), DateBase.from_struct(struct.get("date", {})), struct.get("description", default.description), Handle.from_struct(struct.get("place",, CitationBase.from_struct(struct.get("citation_list", default.citation_list)), NoteBase.from_struct(struct.get("note_list", default.note_list)), MediaBase.from_struct(struct.get("media_list", default.media_list)), AttributeBase.from_struct(struct.get("attribute_list", default.attribute_list)), struct.get("change", default.change), TagBase.from_struct(struct.get("tag_list", default.tag_list)), struct.get("private", default.private))
[docs] def unserialize(self, data): """ Convert the data held in a tuple created by the serialize method back into the data in an Event structure. :param data: tuple containing the persistent data associated with the Event object :type data: tuple """ (self.handle, self.gramps_id, the_type, date, self.__description,, citation_list, note_list, media_list, attribute_list, self.change, tag_list, self.private) = data self.__type = EventType() self.__type.unserialize(the_type) DateBase.unserialize(self, date) MediaBase.unserialize(self, media_list) AttributeBase.unserialize(self, attribute_list) CitationBase.unserialize(self, citation_list) NoteBase.unserialize(self, note_list) TagBase.unserialize(self, tag_list) return self
def _has_handle_reference(self, classname, handle): """ Return True if the object has reference to a given handle of given primary object type. :param classname: The name of the primary object class. :type classname: str :param handle: The handle to be checked. :type handle: str :returns: Returns whether the object has reference to this handle of this object type. :rtype: bool """ if classname == 'Place': return == handle return False def _remove_handle_references(self, classname, handle_list): """ Remove all references in this object to object handles in the list. :param classname: The name of the primary object class. :type classname: str :param handle_list: The list of handles to be removed. :type handle_list: str """ if classname == 'Place' and in handle_list: = "" def _replace_handle_reference(self, classname, old_handle, new_handle): """ Replace all references to old handle with those to the new handle. :param classname: The name of the primary object class. :type classname: str :param old_handle: The handle to be replaced. :type old_handle: str :param new_handle: The handle to replace the old one with. :type new_handle: str """ if classname == 'Place' and == old_handle: = new_handle
[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 [self.__description, str(self.__type), self.gramps_id]
[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 self.media_list + self.attribute_list
[docs] def get_citation_child_list(self): """ Return the list of child secondary objects that may refer citations. :returns: Returns the list of child secondary child objects that may refer citations. :rtype: list """ return self.media_list + self.attribute_list
[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 self.media_list + self.attribute_list
[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 """ ret = (self.get_referenced_note_handles() + self.get_referenced_citation_handles() + self.get_referenced_tag_handles()) if ret.append(('Place', return ret
[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 self.get_citation_child_list()
[docs] def is_empty(self): """ Return True if the Event is an empty object (no values set). :returns: True if the Event is empty :rtype: bool """ date = self.get_date_object() place = self.get_place_handle() description = self.__description the_type = self.__type return (the_type == EventType.CUSTOM and date.is_empty() and not place and not description)
[docs] def are_equal(self, other): """ Return True if the passed Event is equivalent to the current Event. :param other: Event to compare against :type other: Event :returns: True if the Events are equal :rtype: bool """ if other is None: other = Event (None) if self.__type != other.__type or \ (( or and ( != or \ self.__description != other.__description \ or self.private != other.private or \ (not self.get_date_object().is_equal(other.get_date_object())) or \ len(self.get_citation_list()) != \ len(other.get_citation_list()): return False index = 0 olist = other.get_citation_list() for a in self.get_citation_list(): # see comment in srefs_are_equal in gen/plug/report/ if a != olist[index]: return False index += 1 return True
[docs] def merge(self, acquisition): """ Merge the content of acquisition into this event. Lost: handle, id, marker, type, date, place, description of acquisition. :param acquisition: The event to merge with the present event. :type acquisition: Event """ self._merge_privacy(acquisition) self._merge_attribute_list(acquisition) self._merge_note_list(acquisition) self._merge_citation_list(acquisition) self._merge_media_list(acquisition) self._merge_tag_list(acquisition)
[docs] def set_type(self, the_type): """ Set the type of the Event to the passed (int,str) tuple. :param the_type: Type to assign to the Event :type the_type: tuple """ self.__type.set(the_type)
[docs] def get_type(self): """ Return the type of the Event. :returns: Type of the Event :rtype: tuple """ return self.__type
type = property(get_type, set_type, None, 'Returns or sets type of the event')
[docs] def set_description(self, description): """ Set the description of the Event to the passed string. The string may contain any information. :param description: Description to assign to the Event :type description: str """ self.__description = description
[docs] def get_description(self) : """ Return the description of the Event. :returns: Returns the description of the Event :rtype: str """ return self.__description
description = property(get_description, set_description, None, 'Returns or sets description of the event')