Source code for gramps.gen.lib.note

# Gramps - a GTK+/GNOME based genealogy program
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# Copyright (C) 2010       Michiel D. Nauta
# Copyright (C) 2010       Nick Hall
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Note class for Gramps.

# GRAMPS modules
from .primaryobj import BasicPrimaryObject
from .tagbase import TagBase
from .notetype import NoteType
from .styledtext import StyledText
from .styledtexttagtype import StyledTextTagType
from ..constfunc import cuni
from .handle import Handle

# Class for notes used throughout the majority of GRAMPS objects
[docs]class Note(BasicPrimaryObject): """Define a text note. Starting from Gramps 3.1 Note object stores the text in :class:`~.styledtext.StyledText` instance, thus it can have text formatting information. To get and set only the clear text of the note use the :meth:`get` and :meth:`set` methods. To get and set the formatted version of the Note's text use the :meth:`get_styledtext` and :meth:`set_styledtext` methods. The note may be 'preformatted' or 'flowed', which indicates that the text string is considered to be in paragraphs, separated by newlines. :cvar FLOWED: indicates flowed format :cvar FORMATTED: indicates formatted format (respecting whitespace needed) :cvar POS_<x>: (int) Position of <x> attribute in the serialized format of an instance. .. warning:: The POS_<x> class variables reflect the serialized object, they have to be updated in case the data structure or the :meth:`serialize` method changes! """ (FLOWED, FORMATTED) = list(range(2)) (POS_HANDLE, POS_ID, POS_TEXT, POS_FORMAT, POS_TYPE, POS_CHANGE, POS_TAGS, POS_PRIVATE,) = list(range(8)) def __init__(self, text=""): """Create a new Note object, initializing from the passed string.""" BasicPrimaryObject.__init__(self) self.text = StyledText(text) self.format = Note.FLOWED self.type = NoteType()
[docs] def serialize(self): """Convert the object to a serialized tuple of data. :returns: The serialized format of the instance. :rtype: tuple """ return (self.handle, self.gramps_id, self.text.serialize(), self.format, self.type.serialize(), 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": "Note", "handle": Handle("Note", self.handle), "gramps_id": self.gramps_id, "text": self.text.to_struct(), "format": self.format, "type": self.type.to_struct(), "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 = Note() return (Handle.from_struct(struct.get("handle", default.handle)), struct.get("gramps_id", default.gramps_id), StyledText.from_struct(struct.get("text", {})), struct.get("format", default.format), NoteType.from_struct(struct.get("type", {})), 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 a serialized tuple of data to an object. :param data: The serialized format of a Note. :type: data: tuple """ (self.handle, self.gramps_id, the_text, self.format, the_type, self.change, tag_list, self.private) = data self.text = StyledText() self.text.unserialize(the_text) self.type = NoteType() self.type.unserialize(the_type) TagBase.unserialize(self, tag_list) return self
[docs] def get_text_data_list(self): """Return the list of all textual attributes of the object. :returns: The list of all textual attributes of the object. :rtype: list """ return [str(self.text)]
[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_tag_handles()
[docs] def merge(self, acquisition): """ Merge the content of acquisition into this note. Lost: handle, id, type, format, text and styles of acquisition. :param acquisition: The note to merge with the present note. :type acquisition: Note """ self._merge_privacy(acquisition) self._merge_tag_list(acquisition)
[docs] def set(self, text): """Set the text associated with the note to the passed string. :param text: The *clear* text defining the note contents. :type text: str """ self.text = StyledText(text)
[docs] def get(self): """Return the text string associated with the note. :returns: The *clear* text of the note contents. :rtype: unicode """ return cuni(self.text)
[docs] def set_styledtext(self, text): """Set the text associated with the note to the passed string. :param text: The *formatted* text defining the note contents. :type text: :class:`~.styledtext.StyledText` """ self.text = text
[docs] def get_styledtext(self): """Return the text string associated with the note. :returns: The *formatted* text of the note contents. :rtype: :class:`~.styledtext.StyledText` """ return self.text
[docs] def append(self, text): """Append the specified text to the text associated with the note. :param text: Text string to be appended to the note. :type text: str or :class:`~.styledtext.StyledText` """ self.text = self.text + text
[docs] def set_format(self, format): """Set the format of the note to the passed value. :param format: The value can either indicate Flowed or Preformatted. :type format: int """ self.format = format
[docs] def get_format(self): """Return the format of the note. The value can either indicate Flowed or Preformatted. :returns: 0 indicates Flowed, 1 indicates Preformated :rtype: int """ return self.format
[docs] def set_type(self, the_type): """Set descriptive type of the Note. :param the_type: descriptive type of the Note :type the_type: str """ self.type.set(the_type)
[docs] def get_type(self): """Get descriptive type of the Note. :returns: the descriptive type of the Note :rtype: str """ return self.type