Source code for sphinx.environment

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

    Global creation environment.

    :copyright: Copyright 2007-2016 by the Sphinx team, see AUTHORS.
    :license: BSD, see LICENSE for details.

import re
import os
import sys
import time
import types
import bisect
import codecs
import string
import fnmatch
import unicodedata
from os import path
from glob import glob
from itertools import groupby

from six import iteritems, itervalues, text_type, class_types, next
from six.moves import cPickle as pickle
from docutils import nodes
from import NullOutput
from docutils.core import Publisher
from docutils.utils import Reporter, relative_path, get_source_line
from docutils.parsers.rst import roles, directives
from docutils.parsers.rst.languages import en as english
from docutils.parsers.rst.directives.html import MetaBody
from docutils.frontend import OptionParser

from sphinx import addnodes
from import SphinxStandaloneReader, SphinxDummyWriter, SphinxFileInput
from sphinx.util import url_re, get_matching_docs, docname_join, split_into, \
    FilenameUniqDict, split_index_msg
from sphinx.util.nodes import clean_astext, make_refnode, WarningStream, is_translatable
from sphinx.util.osutil import SEP, getcwd, fs_encoding, ensuredir
from sphinx.util.images import guess_mimetype
from sphinx.util.i18n import find_catalog_files, get_image_filename_for_language, \
from sphinx.util.console import bold, purple
from sphinx.util.matching import compile_matchers
from sphinx.util.parallel import ParallelTasks, parallel_available, make_chunks
from sphinx.util.websupport import is_commentable
from sphinx.errors import SphinxError, ExtensionError
from sphinx.locale import _
from sphinx.versioning import add_uids, merge_doctrees
from sphinx.transforms import SphinxContentsFilter

orig_role_function = roles.role
orig_directive_function = directives.directive

class ElementLookupError(Exception):

default_settings = {
    'embed_stylesheet': False,
    'cloak_email_addresses': True,
    'pep_base_url': '',
    'rfc_base_url': '',
    'input_encoding': 'utf-8-sig',
    'doctitle_xform': False,
    'sectsubtitle_xform': False,
    'halt_level': 5,
    'file_insertion_enabled': True,

# This is increased every time an environment attribute is added
# or changed to properly invalidate pickle files.
# NOTE: increase base version by 2 to have distinct numbers for Py2 and 3
ENV_VERSION = 49 + (sys.version_info[0] - 2)

dummy_reporter = Reporter('', 4, 4)

versioning_conditions = {
    'none': False,
    'text': is_translatable,
    'commentable': is_commentable,

class NoUri(Exception):
    """Raised by get_relative_uri if there is no URI available."""

[docs]class BuildEnvironment: """ The environment in which the ReST files are translated. Stores an inventory of cross-file targets and provides doctree transformations to resolve links to them. """ # --------- ENVIRONMENT PERSISTENCE ---------------------------------------- @staticmethod def frompickle(srcdir, config, filename): picklefile = open(filename, 'rb') try: env = pickle.load(picklefile) finally: picklefile.close() if env.version != ENV_VERSION: raise IOError('build environment version not current') if env.srcdir != srcdir: raise IOError('source directory has changed') env.config.values = config.values return env def topickle(self, filename): # remove unpicklable attributes warnfunc = self._warnfunc self.set_warnfunc(None) values = self.config.values del self.config.values domains = del picklefile = open(filename, 'wb') # remove potentially pickling-problematic values from config for key, val in list(vars(self.config).items()): if key.startswith('_') or \ isinstance(val, types.ModuleType) or \ isinstance(val, types.FunctionType) or \ isinstance(val, class_types): del self.config[key] try: pickle.dump(self, picklefile, pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL) finally: picklefile.close() # reset attributes = domains self.config.values = values self.set_warnfunc(warnfunc) # --------- ENVIRONMENT INITIALIZATION ------------------------------------- def __init__(self, srcdir, doctreedir, config): self.doctreedir = doctreedir self.srcdir = srcdir self.config = config # the method of doctree versioning; see set_versioning_method self.versioning_condition = None self.versioning_compare = None # the application object; only set while update() runs = None # all the registered domains, set by the application = {} # the docutils settings for building self.settings = default_settings.copy() self.settings['env'] = self # the function to write warning messages with self._warnfunc = None # this is to invalidate old pickles self.version = ENV_VERSION # All "docnames" here are /-separated and relative and exclude # the source suffix. self.found_docs = set() # contains all existing docnames self.all_docs = {} # docname -> mtime at the time of reading # contains all read docnames self.dependencies = {} # docname -> set of dependent file # names, relative to documentation root self.included = set() # docnames included from other documents self.reread_always = set() # docnames to re-read unconditionally on # next build # File metadata self.metadata = {} # docname -> dict of metadata items # TOC inventory self.titles = {} # docname -> title node self.longtitles = {} # docname -> title node; only different if # set differently with title directive self.tocs = {} # docname -> table of contents nodetree self.toc_num_entries = {} # docname -> number of real entries # used to determine when to show the TOC # in a sidebar (don't show if it's only one item) self.toc_secnumbers = {} # docname -> dict of sectionid -> number self.toc_fignumbers = {} # docname -> dict of figtype -> # dict of figureid -> number self.toctree_includes = {} # docname -> list of toctree includefiles self.files_to_rebuild = {} # docname -> set of files # (containing its TOCs) to rebuild too self.glob_toctrees = set() # docnames that have :glob: toctrees self.numbered_toctrees = set() # docnames that have :numbered: toctrees # domain-specific inventories, here to be pickled self.domaindata = {} # domainname -> domain-specific dict # Other inventories self.citations = {} # citation name -> docname, labelid self.indexentries = {} # docname -> list of # (type, string, target, aliasname) self.versionchanges = {} # version -> list of (type, docname, # lineno, module, descname, content) # these map absolute path -> (docnames, unique filename) self.images = FilenameUniqDict() self.dlfiles = FilenameUniqDict() # temporary data storage while reading a document self.temp_data = {} # context for cross-references (e.g. current module or class) # this is similar to temp_data, but will for example be copied to # attributes of "any" cross references self.ref_context = {} def set_warnfunc(self, func): self._warnfunc = func self.settings['warning_stream'] = WarningStream(func) def set_versioning_method(self, method, compare): """This sets the doctree versioning method for this environment. Versioning methods are a builder property; only builders with the same versioning method can share the same doctree directory. Therefore, we raise an exception if the user tries to use an environment with an incompatible versioning method. """ if method not in versioning_conditions: raise ValueError('invalid versioning method: %r' % method) condition = versioning_conditions[method] if self.versioning_condition not in (None, condition): raise SphinxError('This environment is incompatible with the ' 'selected builder, please choose another ' 'doctree directory.') self.versioning_condition = condition self.versioning_compare = compare
[docs] def warn(self, docname, msg, lineno=None, **kwargs): """Emit a warning. This differs from using ``app.warn()`` in that the warning may not be emitted instantly, but collected for emitting all warnings after the update of the environment. """ # strange argument order is due to backwards compatibility self._warnfunc(msg, (docname, lineno), **kwargs)
[docs] def warn_node(self, msg, node, **kwargs): """Like :meth:`warn`, but with source information taken from *node*.""" self._warnfunc(msg, '%s:%s' % get_source_line(node), **kwargs)
def clear_doc(self, docname): """Remove all traces of a source file in the inventory.""" if docname in self.all_docs: self.all_docs.pop(docname, None) self.reread_always.discard(docname) self.metadata.pop(docname, None) self.dependencies.pop(docname, None) self.titles.pop(docname, None) self.longtitles.pop(docname, None) self.tocs.pop(docname, None) self.toc_secnumbers.pop(docname, None) self.toc_fignumbers.pop(docname, None) self.toc_num_entries.pop(docname, None) self.toctree_includes.pop(docname, None) self.indexentries.pop(docname, None) self.glob_toctrees.discard(docname) self.numbered_toctrees.discard(docname) self.images.purge_doc(docname) self.dlfiles.purge_doc(docname) for subfn, fnset in list(self.files_to_rebuild.items()): fnset.discard(docname) if not fnset: del self.files_to_rebuild[subfn] for key, (fn, _ignore) in list(self.citations.items()): if fn == docname: del self.citations[key] for version, changes in self.versionchanges.items(): new = [change for change in changes if change[1] != docname] changes[:] = new for domain in domain.clear_doc(docname) def merge_info_from(self, docnames, other, app): """Merge global information gathered about *docnames* while reading them from the *other* environment. This possibly comes from a parallel build process. """ docnames = set(docnames) for docname in docnames: self.all_docs[docname] = other.all_docs[docname] if docname in other.reread_always: self.reread_always.add(docname) self.metadata[docname] = other.metadata[docname] if docname in other.dependencies: self.dependencies[docname] = other.dependencies[docname] self.titles[docname] = other.titles[docname] self.longtitles[docname] = other.longtitles[docname] self.tocs[docname] = other.tocs[docname] self.toc_num_entries[docname] = other.toc_num_entries[docname] # toc_secnumbers and toc_fignumbers are not assigned during read if docname in other.toctree_includes: self.toctree_includes[docname] = other.toctree_includes[docname] self.indexentries[docname] = other.indexentries[docname] if docname in other.glob_toctrees: self.glob_toctrees.add(docname) if docname in other.numbered_toctrees: self.numbered_toctrees.add(docname) self.images.merge_other(docnames, other.images) self.dlfiles.merge_other(docnames, other.dlfiles) for subfn, fnset in other.files_to_rebuild.items(): self.files_to_rebuild.setdefault(subfn, set()).update(fnset & docnames) for key, data in other.citations.items(): # XXX duplicates? if data[0] in docnames: self.citations[key] = data for version, changes in other.versionchanges.items(): self.versionchanges.setdefault(version, []).extend( change for change in changes if change[1] in docnames) for domainname, domain in domain.merge_domaindata(docnames, other.domaindata[domainname]) app.emit('env-merge-info', self, docnames, other) def path2doc(self, filename): """Return the docname for the filename if the file is document. *filename* should be absolute or relative to the source directory. """ if filename.startswith(self.srcdir): filename = filename[len(self.srcdir) + 1:] for suffix in self.config.source_suffix: if fnmatch.fnmatch(filename, '*' + suffix): return filename[:-len(suffix)] else: # the file does not have docname return None
[docs] def doc2path(self, docname, base=True, suffix=None): """Return the filename for the document name. If *base* is True, return absolute path under self.srcdir. If *base* is None, return relative path to self.srcdir. If *base* is a path string, return absolute path under that. If *suffix* is not None, add it instead of config.source_suffix. """ docname = docname.replace(SEP, path.sep) if suffix is None: for candidate_suffix in self.config.source_suffix: if path.isfile(path.join(self.srcdir, docname) + candidate_suffix): suffix = candidate_suffix break else: # document does not exist suffix = self.config.source_suffix[0] if base is True: return path.join(self.srcdir, docname) + suffix elif base is None: return docname + suffix else: return path.join(base, docname) + suffix
[docs] def relfn2path(self, filename, docname=None): """Return paths to a file referenced from a document, relative to documentation root and absolute. In the input "filename", absolute filenames are taken as relative to the source dir, while relative filenames are relative to the dir of the containing document. """ if filename.startswith('/') or filename.startswith(os.sep): rel_fn = filename[1:] else: docdir = path.dirname(self.doc2path(docname or self.docname, base=None)) rel_fn = path.join(docdir, filename) try: # the path.abspath() might seem redundant, but otherwise artifacts # such as ".." will remain in the path return rel_fn, path.abspath(path.join(self.srcdir, rel_fn)) except UnicodeDecodeError: # the source directory is a bytestring with non-ASCII characters; # let's try to encode the rel_fn in the file system encoding enc_rel_fn = rel_fn.encode(sys.getfilesystemencoding()) return rel_fn, path.abspath(path.join(self.srcdir, enc_rel_fn))
def find_files(self, config): """Find all source files in the source dir and put them in self.found_docs. """ matchers = compile_matchers( config.exclude_patterns[:] + config.templates_path + config.html_extra_path + ['**/_sources', '.#*', '**/.#*', '*.lproj/**'] ) self.found_docs = set() for docname in get_matching_docs(self.srcdir, config.source_suffix, exclude_matchers=matchers): if os.access(self.doc2path(docname), os.R_OK): self.found_docs.add(docname) else: self.warn(docname, "document not readable. Ignored.") # add catalog mo file dependency for docname in self.found_docs: catalog_files = find_catalog_files( docname, self.srcdir, self.config.locale_dirs, self.config.language, self.config.gettext_compact) for filename in catalog_files: self.dependencies.setdefault(docname, set()).add(filename) def get_outdated_files(self, config_changed): """Return (added, changed, removed) sets.""" # clear all files no longer present removed = set(self.all_docs) - self.found_docs added = set() changed = set() if config_changed: # config values affect e.g. substitutions added = self.found_docs else: for docname in self.found_docs: if docname not in self.all_docs: added.add(docname) continue # if the doctree file is not there, rebuild if not path.isfile(self.doc2path(docname, self.doctreedir, '.doctree')): changed.add(docname) continue # check the "reread always" list if docname in self.reread_always: changed.add(docname) continue # check the mtime of the document mtime = self.all_docs[docname] newmtime = path.getmtime(self.doc2path(docname)) if newmtime > mtime: changed.add(docname) continue # finally, check the mtime of dependencies for dep in self.dependencies.get(docname, ()): try: # this will do the right thing when dep is absolute too deppath = path.join(self.srcdir, dep) if not path.isfile(deppath): changed.add(docname) break depmtime = path.getmtime(deppath) if depmtime > mtime: changed.add(docname) break except EnvironmentError: # give it another chance changed.add(docname) break return added, changed, removed def update(self, config, srcdir, doctreedir, app): """(Re-)read all files new or changed since last update. Store all environment docnames in the canonical format (ie using SEP as a separator in place of os.path.sep). """ config_changed = False if self.config is None: msg = '[new config] ' config_changed = True else: # check if a config value was changed that affects how # doctrees are read for key, descr in iteritems(config.values): if descr[1] != 'env': continue if self.config[key] != config[key]: msg = '[config changed] ' config_changed = True break else: msg = '' # this value is not covered by the above loop because it is handled # specially by the config class if self.config.extensions != config.extensions: msg = '[extensions changed] ' config_changed = True # the source and doctree directories may have been relocated self.srcdir = srcdir self.doctreedir = doctreedir self.find_files(config) self.config = config # this cache also needs to be updated every time self._nitpick_ignore = set(self.config.nitpick_ignore)'updating environment: '), nonl=1) added, changed, removed = self.get_outdated_files(config_changed) # allow user intervention as well for docs in app.emit('env-get-outdated', self, added, changed, removed): changed.update(set(docs) & self.found_docs) # if files were added or removed, all documents with globbed toctrees # must be reread if added or removed: # ... but not those that already were removed changed.update(self.glob_toctrees & self.found_docs) msg += '%s added, %s changed, %s removed' % (len(added), len(changed), len(removed)) = app # clear all files no longer present for docname in removed: app.emit('env-purge-doc', self, docname) self.clear_doc(docname) # read all new and changed files docnames = sorted(added | changed) # allow changing and reordering the list of docs to read app.emit('env-before-read-docs', self, docnames) # check if we should do parallel or serial read par_ok = False if parallel_available and len(docnames) > 5 and app.parallel > 1: par_ok = True for extname, md in app._extension_metadata.items(): ext_ok = md.get('parallel_read_safe') if ext_ok: continue if ext_ok is None: app.warn('the %s extension does not declare if it ' 'is safe for parallel reading, assuming it ' 'isn\'t - please ask the extension author to ' 'check and make it explicit' % extname) app.warn('doing serial read') else: app.warn('the %s extension is not safe for parallel ' 'reading, doing serial read' % extname) par_ok = False break if par_ok: self._read_parallel(docnames, app, nproc=app.parallel) else: self._read_serial(docnames, app) if config.master_doc not in self.all_docs: raise SphinxError('master file %s not found' % self.doc2path(config.master_doc)) = None for retval in app.emit('env-updated', self): if retval is not None: docnames.extend(retval) return sorted(docnames) def _read_serial(self, docnames, app): for docname in app.status_iterator(docnames, 'reading sources... ', purple, len(docnames)): # remove all inventory entries for that file app.emit('env-purge-doc', self, docname) self.clear_doc(docname) self.read_doc(docname, app) def _read_parallel(self, docnames, app, nproc): # clear all outdated docs at once for docname in docnames: app.emit('env-purge-doc', self, docname) self.clear_doc(docname) def read_process(docs): = app self.warnings = [] self.set_warnfunc(lambda *args, **kwargs: self.warnings.append((args, kwargs))) for docname in docs: self.read_doc(docname, app) # allow pickling self to send it back self.set_warnfunc(None) del del del self.config.values del self.config return self def merge(docs, otherenv): warnings.extend(otherenv.warnings) self.merge_info_from(docs, otherenv, app) tasks = ParallelTasks(nproc) chunks = make_chunks(docnames, nproc) warnings = [] for chunk in app.status_iterator( chunks, 'reading sources... ', purple, len(chunks)): tasks.add_task(read_process, chunk, merge) # make sure all threads have finished'waiting for workers...')) tasks.join() for warning, kwargs in warnings: self._warnfunc(*warning, **kwargs) def check_dependents(self, already): to_rewrite = self.assign_section_numbers() + self.assign_figure_numbers() for docname in set(to_rewrite): if docname not in already: yield docname # --------- SINGLE FILE READING -------------------------------------------- def warn_and_replace(self, error): """Custom decoding error handler that warns and replaces.""" linestart = error.object.rfind(b'\n', 0, error.start) lineend = error.object.find(b'\n', error.start) if lineend == -1: lineend = len(error.object) lineno = error.object.count(b'\n', 0, error.start) + 1 self.warn(self.docname, 'undecodable source characters, ' 'replacing with "?": %r' % (error.object[linestart+1:error.start] + b'>>>' + error.object[error.start:error.end] + b'<<<' + error.object[error.end:lineend]), lineno) return (u'?', error.end) def lookup_domain_element(self, type, name): """Lookup a markup element (directive or role), given its name which can be a full name (with domain). """ name = name.lower() # explicit domain given? if ':' in name: domain_name, name = name.split(':', 1) if domain_name in domain =[domain_name] element = getattr(domain, type)(name) if element is not None: return element, [] # else look in the default domain else: def_domain = self.temp_data.get('default_domain') if def_domain is not None: element = getattr(def_domain, type)(name) if element is not None: return element, [] # always look in the std domain element = getattr(['std'], type)(name) if element is not None: return element, [] raise ElementLookupError def patch_lookup_functions(self): """Monkey-patch directive and role dispatch, so that domain-specific markup takes precedence. """ def directive(name, lang_module, document): try: return self.lookup_domain_element('directive', name) except ElementLookupError: return orig_directive_function(name, lang_module, document) def role(name, lang_module, lineno, reporter): try: return self.lookup_domain_element('role', name) except ElementLookupError: return orig_role_function(name, lang_module, lineno, reporter) directives.directive = directive roles.role = role def read_doc(self, docname, app=None): """Parse a file and add/update inventory entries for the doctree.""" self.temp_data['docname'] = docname # defaults to the global default, but can be re-set in a document self.temp_data['default_domain'] = \ self.settings['input_encoding'] = self.config.source_encoding self.settings['trim_footnote_reference_space'] = \ self.config.trim_footnote_reference_space self.settings['gettext_compact'] = self.config.gettext_compact self.patch_lookup_functions() docutilsconf = path.join(self.srcdir, 'docutils.conf') # read docutils.conf from source dir, not from current dir OptionParser.standard_config_files[1] = docutilsconf if path.isfile(docutilsconf): self.note_dependency(docutilsconf) if self.config.default_role: role_fn, messages = roles.role(self.config.default_role, english, 0, dummy_reporter) if role_fn: roles._roles[''] = role_fn else: self.warn(docname, 'default role %s not found' % self.config.default_role) codecs.register_error('sphinx', self.warn_and_replace) # publish manually reader = SphinxStandaloneReader(, parsers=self.config.source_parsers) pub = Publisher(reader=reader, writer=SphinxDummyWriter(), destination_class=NullOutput) pub.set_components(None, 'restructuredtext', None) pub.process_programmatic_settings(None, self.settings, None) src_path = self.doc2path(docname) source = SphinxFileInput(app, self, source=None, source_path=src_path, encoding=self.config.source_encoding) pub.source = source pub.settings._source = src_path pub.set_destination(None, None) pub.publish() doctree = pub.document # post-processing self.filter_messages(doctree) self.process_dependencies(docname, doctree) self.process_images(docname, doctree) self.process_downloads(docname, doctree) self.process_metadata(docname, doctree) self.process_refonly_bullet_lists(docname, doctree) self.create_title_from(docname, doctree) self.note_indexentries_from(docname, doctree) self.note_citations_from(docname, doctree) self.build_toc_from(docname, doctree) for domain in itervalues( domain.process_doc(self, docname, doctree) # allow extension-specific post-processing if app: app.emit('doctree-read', doctree) # store time of reading, for outdated files detection # (Some filesystems have coarse timestamp resolution; # therefore time.time() can be older than filesystem's timestamp. # For example, FAT32 has 2sec timestamp resolution.) self.all_docs[docname] = max( time.time(), path.getmtime(self.doc2path(docname))) if self.versioning_condition: old_doctree = None if self.versioning_compare: # get old doctree try: f = open(self.doc2path(docname, self.doctreedir, '.doctree'), 'rb') try: old_doctree = pickle.load(f) finally: f.close() except EnvironmentError: pass # add uids for versioning if not self.versioning_compare or old_doctree is None: list(add_uids(doctree, self.versioning_condition)) else: list(merge_doctrees( old_doctree, doctree, self.versioning_condition)) # make it picklable doctree.reporter = None doctree.transformer = None doctree.settings.warning_stream = None doctree.settings.env = None doctree.settings.record_dependencies = None for metanode in doctree.traverse(MetaBody.meta): # docutils' meta nodes aren't picklable because the class is nested metanode.__class__ = addnodes.meta # cleanup self.temp_data.clear() self.ref_context.clear() roles._roles.pop('', None) # if a document has set a local default role # save the parsed doctree doctree_filename = self.doc2path(docname, self.doctreedir, '.doctree') ensuredir(path.dirname(doctree_filename)) f = open(doctree_filename, 'wb') try: pickle.dump(doctree, f, pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL) finally: f.close() # utilities to use while reading a document @property def docname(self): """Returns the docname of the document currently being parsed.""" return self.temp_data['docname'] @property def currmodule(self): """Backwards compatible alias. Will be removed.""" self.warn(self.docname, 'env.currmodule is being referenced by an ' 'extension; this API will be removed in the future') return self.ref_context.get('py:module') @property def currclass(self): """Backwards compatible alias. Will be removed.""" self.warn(self.docname, 'env.currclass is being referenced by an ' 'extension; this API will be removed in the future') return self.ref_context.get('py:class')
[docs] def new_serialno(self, category=''): """Return a serial number, e.g. for index entry targets. The number is guaranteed to be unique in the current document. """ key = category + 'serialno' cur = self.temp_data.get(key, 0) self.temp_data[key] = cur + 1 return cur
[docs] def note_dependency(self, filename): """Add *filename* as a dependency of the current document. This means that the document will be rebuilt if this file changes. *filename* should be absolute or relative to the source directory. """ self.dependencies.setdefault(self.docname, set()).add(filename)
def note_included(self, filename): """Add *filename* as a included from other document. This means the document is not orphaned. *filename* should be absolute or relative to the source directory. """ self.included.add(self.path2doc(filename))
[docs] def note_reread(self): """Add the current document to the list of documents that will automatically be re-read at the next build. """ self.reread_always.add(self.docname)
def note_versionchange(self, type, version, node, lineno): self.versionchanges.setdefault(version, []).append( (type, self.temp_data['docname'], lineno, self.ref_context.get('py:module'), self.temp_data.get('object'), node.astext())) # post-processing of read doctrees def filter_messages(self, doctree): """Filter system messages from a doctree.""" filterlevel = self.config.keep_warnings and 2 or 5 for node in doctree.traverse(nodes.system_message): if node['level'] < filterlevel:'%s [filtered system message]', node.astext()) node.parent.remove(node) def process_dependencies(self, docname, doctree): """Process docutils-generated dependency info.""" cwd = getcwd() frompath = path.join(path.normpath(self.srcdir), 'dummy') deps = doctree.settings.record_dependencies if not deps: return for dep in deps.list: # the dependency path is relative to the working dir, so get # one relative to the srcdir if isinstance(dep, bytes): dep = dep.decode(fs_encoding) relpath = relative_path(frompath, path.normpath(path.join(cwd, dep))) self.dependencies.setdefault(docname, set()).add(relpath) def process_downloads(self, docname, doctree): """Process downloadable file paths. """ for node in doctree.traverse(addnodes.download_reference): targetname = node['reftarget'] rel_filename, filename = self.relfn2path(targetname, docname) self.dependencies.setdefault(docname, set()).add(rel_filename) if not os.access(filename, os.R_OK): self.warn_node('download file not readable: %s' % filename, node) continue uniquename = self.dlfiles.add_file(docname, filename) node['filename'] = uniquename def process_images(self, docname, doctree): """Process and rewrite image URIs.""" def collect_candidates(imgpath, candidates): globbed = {} for filename in glob(imgpath): new_imgpath = relative_path(path.join(self.srcdir, 'dummy'), filename) try: mimetype = guess_mimetype(filename) if mimetype not in candidates: globbed.setdefault(mimetype, []).append(new_imgpath) except (OSError, IOError) as err: self.warn_node('image file %s not readable: %s' % (filename, err), node) for key, files in iteritems(globbed): candidates[key] = sorted(files, key=len)[0] # select by similarity for node in doctree.traverse(nodes.image): # Map the mimetype to the corresponding image. The writer may # choose the best image from these candidates. The special key * is # set if there is only single candidate to be used by a writer. # The special key ? is set for nonlocal URIs. node['candidates'] = candidates = {} imguri = node['uri'] if imguri.startswith('data:'): self.warn_node('image data URI found. some builders might not support', node, type='image', subtype='data_uri') candidates['?'] = imguri continue elif imguri.find('://') != -1: self.warn_node('nonlocal image URI found: %s' % imguri, node, type='image', subtype='nonlocal_uri') candidates['?'] = imguri continue rel_imgpath, full_imgpath = self.relfn2path(imguri, docname) if self.config.language: # substitute figures (ex. foo.png -> foo.en.png) i18n_full_imgpath = search_image_for_language(full_imgpath, self) if i18n_full_imgpath != full_imgpath: full_imgpath = i18n_full_imgpath rel_imgpath = relative_path(path.join(self.srcdir, 'dummy'), i18n_full_imgpath) # set imgpath as default URI node['uri'] = rel_imgpath if rel_imgpath.endswith(os.extsep + '*'): if self.config.language: # Search language-specific figures at first i18n_imguri = get_image_filename_for_language(imguri, self) _, full_i18n_imgpath = self.relfn2path(i18n_imguri, docname) collect_candidates(full_i18n_imgpath, candidates) collect_candidates(full_imgpath, candidates) else: candidates['*'] = rel_imgpath # map image paths to unique image names (so that they can be put # into a single directory) for imgpath in itervalues(candidates): self.dependencies.setdefault(docname, set()).add(imgpath) if not os.access(path.join(self.srcdir, imgpath), os.R_OK): self.warn_node('image file not readable: %s' % imgpath, node) continue self.images.add_file(docname, imgpath) def process_metadata(self, docname, doctree): """Process the docinfo part of the doctree as metadata. Keep processing minimal -- just return what docutils says. """ self.metadata[docname] = md = {} try: docinfo = doctree[0] except IndexError: # probably an empty document return if docinfo.__class__ is not nodes.docinfo: # nothing to see here return for node in docinfo: # nodes are multiply inherited... if isinstance(node, nodes.authors): md['authors'] = [author.astext() for author in node] elif isinstance(node, nodes.TextElement): # e.g. author md[node.__class__.__name__] = node.astext() else: name, body = node md[name.astext()] = body.astext() for name, value in md.items(): if name in ('tocdepth',): try: value = int(value) except ValueError: value = 0 md[name] = value del doctree[0] def process_refonly_bullet_lists(self, docname, doctree): """Change refonly bullet lists to use compact_paragraphs. Specifically implemented for 'Indices and Tables' section, which looks odd when html_compact_lists is false. """ if self.config.html_compact_lists: return class RefOnlyListChecker(nodes.GenericNodeVisitor): """Raise `nodes.NodeFound` if non-simple list item is encountered. Here 'simple' means a list item containing only a paragraph with a single reference in it. """ def default_visit(self, node): raise nodes.NodeFound def visit_bullet_list(self, node): pass def visit_list_item(self, node): children = [] for child in node.children: if not isinstance(child, nodes.Invisible): children.append(child) if len(children) != 1: raise nodes.NodeFound if not isinstance(children[0], nodes.paragraph): raise nodes.NodeFound para = children[0] if len(para) != 1: raise nodes.NodeFound if not isinstance(para[0], addnodes.pending_xref): raise nodes.NodeFound raise nodes.SkipChildren def invisible_visit(self, node): """Invisible nodes should be ignored.""" pass def check_refonly_list(node): """Check for list with only references in it.""" visitor = RefOnlyListChecker(doctree) try: node.walk(visitor) except nodes.NodeFound: return False else: return True for node in doctree.traverse(nodes.bullet_list): if check_refonly_list(node): for item in node.traverse(nodes.list_item): para = item[0] ref = para[0] compact_para = addnodes.compact_paragraph() compact_para += ref item.replace(para, compact_para) def create_title_from(self, docname, document): """Add a title node to the document (just copy the first section title), and store that title in the environment. """ titlenode = nodes.title() longtitlenode = titlenode # explicit title set with title directive; use this only for # the <title> tag in HTML output if 'title' in document: longtitlenode = nodes.title() longtitlenode += nodes.Text(document['title']) # look for first section title and use that as the title for node in document.traverse(nodes.section): visitor = SphinxContentsFilter(document) node[0].walkabout(visitor) titlenode += visitor.get_entry_text() break else: # document has no title titlenode += nodes.Text('<no title>') self.titles[docname] = titlenode self.longtitles[docname] = longtitlenode def note_indexentries_from(self, docname, document): entries = self.indexentries[docname] = [] for node in document.traverse(addnodes.index): try: for entry in node['entries']: split_index_msg(entry[0], entry[1]) except ValueError as exc: self.warn_node(exc, node) node.parent.remove(node) else: for entry in node['entries']: if len(entry) == 5: # Since 1.4: new index structure including index_key (5th column) entries.append(entry) else: entries.append(entry + (None,)) def note_citations_from(self, docname, document): for node in document.traverse(nodes.citation): label = node[0].astext() if label in self.citations: self.warn_node('duplicate citation %s, ' % label + 'other instance in %s' % self.doc2path( self.citations[label][0]), node) self.citations[label] = (docname, node['ids'][0]) def note_toctree(self, docname, toctreenode): """Note a TOC tree directive in a document and gather information about file relations from it. """ if toctreenode['glob']: self.glob_toctrees.add(docname) if toctreenode.get('numbered'): self.numbered_toctrees.add(docname) includefiles = toctreenode['includefiles'] for includefile in includefiles: # note that if the included file is rebuilt, this one must be # too (since the TOC of the included file could have changed) self.files_to_rebuild.setdefault(includefile, set()).add(docname) self.toctree_includes.setdefault(docname, []).extend(includefiles) def build_toc_from(self, docname, document): """Build a TOC from the doctree and store it in the inventory.""" numentries = [0] # nonlocal again... def traverse_in_section(node, cls): """Like traverse(), but stay within the same section.""" result = [] if isinstance(node, cls): result.append(node) for child in node.children: if isinstance(child, nodes.section): continue result.extend(traverse_in_section(child, cls)) return result def build_toc(node, depth=1): entries = [] for sectionnode in node: # find all toctree nodes in this section and add them # to the toc (just copying the toctree node which is then # resolved in self.get_and_resolve_doctree) if isinstance(sectionnode, addnodes.only): onlynode = addnodes.only(expr=sectionnode['expr']) blist = build_toc(sectionnode, depth) if blist: onlynode += blist.children entries.append(onlynode) continue if not isinstance(sectionnode, nodes.section): for toctreenode in traverse_in_section(sectionnode, addnodes.toctree): item = toctreenode.copy() entries.append(item) # important: do the inventory stuff self.note_toctree(docname, toctreenode) continue title = sectionnode[0] # copy the contents of the section title, but without references # and unnecessary stuff visitor = SphinxContentsFilter(document) title.walkabout(visitor) nodetext = visitor.get_entry_text() if not numentries[0]: # for the very first toc entry, don't add an anchor # as it is the file's title anyway anchorname = '' else: anchorname = '#' + sectionnode['ids'][0] numentries[0] += 1 # make these nodes: # list_item -> compact_paragraph -> reference reference = nodes.reference( '', '', internal=True, refuri=docname, anchorname=anchorname, *nodetext) para = addnodes.compact_paragraph('', '', reference) item = nodes.list_item('', para) sub_item = build_toc(sectionnode, depth + 1) item += sub_item entries.append(item) if entries: return nodes.bullet_list('', *entries) return [] toc = build_toc(document) if toc: self.tocs[docname] = toc else: self.tocs[docname] = nodes.bullet_list('') self.toc_num_entries[docname] = numentries[0] def get_toc_for(self, docname, builder): """Return a TOC nodetree -- for use on the same page only!""" tocdepth = self.metadata[docname].get('tocdepth', 0) try: toc = self.tocs[docname].deepcopy() self._toctree_prune(toc, 2, tocdepth) except KeyError: # the document does not exist anymore: return a dummy node that # renders to nothing return nodes.paragraph() self.process_only_nodes(toc, builder, docname) for node in toc.traverse(nodes.reference): node['refuri'] = node['anchorname'] or '#' return toc def get_toctree_for(self, docname, builder, collapse, **kwds): """Return the global TOC nodetree.""" doctree = self.get_doctree(self.config.master_doc) toctrees = [] if 'includehidden' not in kwds: kwds['includehidden'] = True if 'maxdepth' not in kwds: kwds['maxdepth'] = 0 kwds['collapse'] = collapse for toctreenode in doctree.traverse(addnodes.toctree): toctree = self.resolve_toctree(docname, builder, toctreenode, prune=True, **kwds) if toctree: toctrees.append(toctree) if not toctrees: return None result = toctrees[0] for toctree in toctrees[1:]: result.extend(toctree.children) return result def get_domain(self, domainname): """Return the domain instance with the specified name. Raises an ExtensionError if the domain is not registered. """ try: return[domainname] except KeyError: raise ExtensionError('Domain %r is not registered' % domainname) # --------- RESOLVING REFERENCES AND TOCTREES ------------------------------ def get_doctree(self, docname): """Read the doctree for a file from the pickle and return it.""" doctree_filename = self.doc2path(docname, self.doctreedir, '.doctree') f = open(doctree_filename, 'rb') try: doctree = pickle.load(f) finally: f.close() doctree.settings.env = self doctree.reporter = Reporter(self.doc2path(docname), 2, 5, stream=WarningStream(self._warnfunc)) return doctree def get_and_resolve_doctree(self, docname, builder, doctree=None, prune_toctrees=True, includehidden=False): """Read the doctree from the pickle, resolve cross-references and toctrees and return it. """ if doctree is None: doctree = self.get_doctree(docname) # resolve all pending cross-references self.resolve_references(doctree, docname, builder) # now, resolve all toctree nodes for toctreenode in doctree.traverse(addnodes.toctree): result = self.resolve_toctree(docname, builder, toctreenode, prune=prune_toctrees, includehidden=includehidden) if result is None: toctreenode.replace_self([]) else: toctreenode.replace_self(result) return doctree def _toctree_prune(self, node, depth, maxdepth, collapse=False): """Utility: Cut a TOC at a specified depth.""" for subnode in node.children[:]: if isinstance(subnode, (addnodes.compact_paragraph, nodes.list_item)): # for <p> and <li>, just recurse self._toctree_prune(subnode, depth, maxdepth, collapse) elif isinstance(subnode, nodes.bullet_list): # for <ul>, determine if the depth is too large or if the # entry is to be collapsed if maxdepth > 0 and depth > maxdepth: subnode.parent.replace(subnode, []) else: # cull sub-entries whose parents aren't 'current' if (collapse and depth > 1 and 'iscurrent' not in subnode.parent): subnode.parent.remove(subnode) else: # recurse on visible children self._toctree_prune(subnode, depth+1, maxdepth, collapse) def get_toctree_ancestors(self, docname): parent = {} for p, children in iteritems(self.toctree_includes): for child in children: parent[child] = p ancestors = [] d = docname while d in parent and d not in ancestors: ancestors.append(d) d = parent[d] return ancestors def resolve_toctree(self, docname, builder, toctree, prune=True, maxdepth=0, titles_only=False, collapse=False, includehidden=False): """Resolve a *toctree* node into individual bullet lists with titles as items, returning None (if no containing titles are found) or a new node. If *prune* is True, the tree is pruned to *maxdepth*, or if that is 0, to the value of the *maxdepth* option on the *toctree* node. If *titles_only* is True, only toplevel document titles will be in the resulting tree. If *collapse* is True, all branches not containing docname will be collapsed. """ if toctree.get('hidden', False) and not includehidden: return None # For reading the following two helper function, it is useful to keep # in mind the node structure of a toctree (using HTML-like node names # for brevity): # # <ul> # <li> # <p><a></p> # <p><a></p> # ... # <ul> # ... # </ul> # </li> # </ul> # # The transformation is made in two passes in order to avoid # interactions between marking and pruning the tree (see bug #1046). toctree_ancestors = self.get_toctree_ancestors(docname) def _toctree_add_classes(node, depth): """Add 'toctree-l%d' and 'current' classes to the toctree.""" for subnode in node.children: if isinstance(subnode, (addnodes.compact_paragraph, nodes.list_item)): # for <p> and <li>, indicate the depth level and recurse subnode['classes'].append('toctree-l%d' % (depth-1)) _toctree_add_classes(subnode, depth) elif isinstance(subnode, nodes.bullet_list): # for <ul>, just recurse _toctree_add_classes(subnode, depth+1) elif isinstance(subnode, nodes.reference): # for <a>, identify which entries point to the current # document and therefore may not be collapsed if subnode['refuri'] == docname: if not subnode['anchorname']: # give the whole branch a 'current' class # (useful for styling it differently) branchnode = subnode while branchnode: branchnode['classes'].append('current') branchnode = branchnode.parent # mark the list_item as "on current page" if subnode.parent.parent.get('iscurrent'): # but only if it's not already done return while subnode: subnode['iscurrent'] = True subnode = subnode.parent def _entries_from_toctree(toctreenode, parents, separate=False, subtree=False): """Return TOC entries for a toctree node.""" refs = [(e[0], e[1]) for e in toctreenode['entries']] entries = [] for (title, ref) in refs: try: refdoc = None if url_re.match(ref): if title is None: title = ref reference = nodes.reference('', '', internal=False, refuri=ref, anchorname='', *[nodes.Text(title)]) para = addnodes.compact_paragraph('', '', reference) item = nodes.list_item('', para) toc = nodes.bullet_list('', item) elif ref == 'self': # 'self' refers to the document from which this # toctree originates ref = toctreenode['parent'] if not title: title = clean_astext(self.titles[ref]) reference = nodes.reference('', '', internal=True, refuri=ref, anchorname='', *[nodes.Text(title)]) para = addnodes.compact_paragraph('', '', reference) item = nodes.list_item('', para) # don't show subitems toc = nodes.bullet_list('', item) else: if ref in parents: self.warn(ref, 'circular toctree references ' 'detected, ignoring: %s <- %s' % (ref, ' <- '.join(parents))) continue refdoc = ref toc = self.tocs[ref].deepcopy() maxdepth = self.metadata[ref].get('tocdepth', 0) if ref not in toctree_ancestors or (prune and maxdepth > 0): self._toctree_prune(toc, 2, maxdepth, collapse) self.process_only_nodes(toc, builder, ref) if title and toc.children and len(toc.children) == 1: child = toc.children[0] for refnode in child.traverse(nodes.reference): if refnode['refuri'] == ref and \ not refnode['anchorname']: refnode.children = [nodes.Text(title)] if not toc.children: # empty toc means: no titles will show up in the toctree self.warn_node( 'toctree contains reference to document %r that ' 'doesn\'t have a title: no link will be generated' % ref, toctreenode) except KeyError: # this is raised if the included file does not exist self.warn_node( 'toctree contains reference to nonexisting document %r' % ref, toctreenode) else: # if titles_only is given, only keep the main title and # sub-toctrees if titles_only: # delete everything but the toplevel title(s) # and toctrees for toplevel in toc: # nodes with length 1 don't have any children anyway if len(toplevel) > 1: subtrees = toplevel.traverse(addnodes.toctree) if subtrees: toplevel[1][:] = subtrees else: toplevel.pop(1) # resolve all sub-toctrees for subtocnode in toc.traverse(addnodes.toctree): if not (subtocnode.get('hidden', False) and not includehidden): i = subtocnode.parent.index(subtocnode) + 1 for item in _entries_from_toctree( subtocnode, [refdoc] + parents, subtree=True): subtocnode.parent.insert(i, item) i += 1 subtocnode.parent.remove(subtocnode) if separate: entries.append(toc) else: entries.extend(toc.children) if not subtree and not separate: ret = nodes.bullet_list() ret += entries return [ret] return entries maxdepth = maxdepth or toctree.get('maxdepth', -1) if not titles_only and toctree.get('titlesonly', False): titles_only = True if not includehidden and toctree.get('includehidden', False): includehidden = True # NOTE: previously, this was separate=True, but that leads to artificial # separation when two or more toctree entries form a logical unit, so # separating mode is no longer used -- it's kept here for history's sake tocentries = _entries_from_toctree(toctree, [], separate=False) if not tocentries: return None newnode = addnodes.compact_paragraph('', '') caption = toctree.attributes.get('caption') if caption: newnode += nodes.caption(caption, '', *[nodes.Text(caption)]) newnode.extend(tocentries) newnode['toctree'] = True # prune the tree to maxdepth, also set toc depth and current classes _toctree_add_classes(newnode, 1) self._toctree_prune(newnode, 1, prune and maxdepth or 0, collapse) if len(newnode[-1]) == 0: # No titles found return None # set the target paths in the toctrees (they are not known at TOC # generation time) for refnode in newnode.traverse(nodes.reference): if not url_re.match(refnode['refuri']): refnode['refuri'] = builder.get_relative_uri( docname, refnode['refuri']) + refnode['anchorname'] return newnode def resolve_references(self, doctree, fromdocname, builder): for node in doctree.traverse(addnodes.pending_xref): contnode = node[0].deepcopy() newnode = None typ = node['reftype'] target = node['reftarget'] refdoc = node.get('refdoc', fromdocname) domain = None try: if 'refdomain' in node and node['refdomain']: # let the domain try to resolve the reference try: domain =[node['refdomain']] except KeyError: raise NoUri newnode = domain.resolve_xref(self, refdoc, builder, typ, target, node, contnode) # really hardwired reference types elif typ == 'any': newnode = self._resolve_any_reference(builder, node, contnode) elif typ == 'doc': newnode = self._resolve_doc_reference(builder, node, contnode) elif typ == 'citation': newnode = self._resolve_citation(builder, refdoc, node, contnode) # no new node found? try the missing-reference event if newnode is None: newnode = 'missing-reference', self, node, contnode) # still not found? warn if node wishes to be warned about or # we are in nit-picky mode if newnode is None: self._warn_missing_reference(refdoc, typ, target, node, domain) except NoUri: newnode = contnode node.replace_self(newnode or contnode) # remove only-nodes that do not belong to our builder self.process_only_nodes(doctree, builder, fromdocname) # allow custom references to be resolved'doctree-resolved', doctree, fromdocname) def _warn_missing_reference(self, refdoc, typ, target, node, domain): warn = node.get('refwarn') if self.config.nitpicky: warn = True if self._nitpick_ignore: dtype = domain and '%s:%s' % (, typ) or typ if (dtype, target) in self._nitpick_ignore: warn = False # for "std" types also try without domain name if (not domain or == 'std') and \ (typ, target) in self._nitpick_ignore: warn = False if not warn: return if domain and typ in domain.dangling_warnings: msg = domain.dangling_warnings[typ] elif typ == 'doc': msg = 'unknown document: %(target)s' elif typ == 'citation': msg = 'citation not found: %(target)s' elif node.get('refdomain', 'std') not in ('', 'std'): msg = '%s:%s reference target not found: %%(target)s' % \ (node['refdomain'], typ) else: msg = '%r reference target not found: %%(target)s' % typ self.warn_node(msg % {'target': target}, node, type='ref', subtype=typ) def _resolve_doc_reference(self, builder, node, contnode): # directly reference to document by source name; # can be absolute or relative docname = docname_join(node['refdoc'], node['reftarget']) if docname in self.all_docs: if node['refexplicit']: # reference with explicit title caption = node.astext() else: caption = clean_astext(self.titles[docname]) innernode = nodes.inline(caption, caption) innernode['classes'].append('doc') newnode = nodes.reference('', '', internal=True) newnode['refuri'] = builder.get_relative_uri(node['refdoc'], docname) newnode.append(innernode) return newnode def _resolve_citation(self, builder, fromdocname, node, contnode): docname, labelid = self.citations.get(node['reftarget'], ('', '')) if docname: try: newnode = make_refnode(builder, fromdocname, docname, labelid, contnode) return newnode except NoUri: # remove the ids we added in the CitationReferences # transform since they can't be transfered to # the contnode (if it's a Text node) if not isinstance(contnode, nodes.Element): del node['ids'][:] raise elif 'ids' in node: # remove ids attribute that annotated at # transforms.CitationReference.apply. del node['ids'][:] def _resolve_any_reference(self, builder, node, contnode): """Resolve reference generated by the "any" role.""" refdoc = node['refdoc'] target = node['reftarget'] results = [] # first, try resolving as :doc: doc_ref = self._resolve_doc_reference(builder, node, contnode) if doc_ref: results.append(('doc', doc_ref)) # next, do the standard domain (makes this a priority) results.extend(['std'].resolve_any_xref( self, refdoc, builder, target, node, contnode)) for domain in if == 'std': continue # we did this one already try: results.extend(domain.resolve_any_xref(self, refdoc, builder, target, node, contnode)) except NotImplementedError: # the domain doesn't yet support the new interface # we have to manually collect possible references (SLOW) for role in domain.roles: res = domain.resolve_xref(self, refdoc, builder, role, target, node, contnode) if res and isinstance(res[0], nodes.Element): results.append(('%s:%s' % (, role), res)) # now, see how many matches we got... if not results: return None if len(results) > 1: nice_results = ' or '.join(':%s:' % r[0] for r in results) self.warn_node('more than one target found for \'any\' cross-' 'reference %r: could be %s' % (target, nice_results), node) res_role, newnode = results[0] # Override "any" class with the actual role type to get the styling # approximately correct. res_domain = res_role.split(':')[0] if newnode and newnode[0].get('classes'): newnode[0]['classes'].append(res_domain) newnode[0]['classes'].append(res_role.replace(':', '-')) return newnode def process_only_nodes(self, doctree, builder, fromdocname=None): # A comment on the comment() nodes being inserted: replacing by [] would # result in a "Losing ids" exception if there is a target node before # the only node, so we make sure docutils can transfer the id to # something, even if it's just a comment and will lose the id anyway... for node in doctree.traverse(addnodes.only): try: ret = builder.tags.eval_condition(node['expr']) except Exception as err: self.warn_node('exception while evaluating only ' 'directive expression: %s' % err, node) node.replace_self(node.children or nodes.comment()) else: if ret: node.replace_self(node.children or nodes.comment()) else: node.replace_self(nodes.comment()) def assign_section_numbers(self): """Assign a section number to each heading under a numbered toctree.""" # a list of all docnames whose section numbers changed rewrite_needed = [] assigned = set() old_secnumbers = self.toc_secnumbers self.toc_secnumbers = {} def _walk_toc(node, secnums, depth, titlenode=None): # titlenode is the title of the document, it will get assigned a # secnumber too, so that it shows up in next/prev/parent rellinks for subnode in node.children: if isinstance(subnode, nodes.bullet_list): numstack.append(0) _walk_toc(subnode, secnums, depth-1, titlenode) numstack.pop() titlenode = None elif isinstance(subnode, nodes.list_item): _walk_toc(subnode, secnums, depth, titlenode) titlenode = None elif isinstance(subnode, addnodes.only): # at this stage we don't know yet which sections are going # to be included; just include all of them, even if it leads # to gaps in the numbering _walk_toc(subnode, secnums, depth, titlenode) titlenode = None elif isinstance(subnode, addnodes.compact_paragraph): numstack[-1] += 1 if depth > 0: number = tuple(numstack) else: number = None secnums[subnode[0]['anchorname']] = \ subnode[0]['secnumber'] = number if titlenode: titlenode['secnumber'] = number titlenode = None elif isinstance(subnode, addnodes.toctree): _walk_toctree(subnode, depth) def _walk_toctree(toctreenode, depth): if depth == 0: return for (title, ref) in toctreenode['entries']: if url_re.match(ref) or ref == 'self' or ref in assigned: # don't mess with those continue if ref in self.tocs: secnums = self.toc_secnumbers[ref] = {} assigned.add(ref) _walk_toc(self.tocs[ref], secnums, depth, self.titles.get(ref)) if secnums != old_secnumbers.get(ref): rewrite_needed.append(ref) for docname in self.numbered_toctrees: assigned.add(docname) doctree = self.get_doctree(docname) for toctreenode in doctree.traverse(addnodes.toctree): depth = toctreenode.get('numbered', 0) if depth: # every numbered toctree gets new numbering numstack = [0] _walk_toctree(toctreenode, depth) return rewrite_needed def assign_figure_numbers(self): """Assign a figure number to each figure under a numbered toctree.""" rewrite_needed = [] assigned = set() old_fignumbers = self.toc_fignumbers self.toc_fignumbers = {} fignum_counter = {} def get_section_number(docname, section): anchorname = '#' + section['ids'][0] secnumbers = self.toc_secnumbers.get(docname, {}) if anchorname in secnumbers: secnum = secnumbers.get(anchorname) else: secnum = secnumbers.get('') return secnum or tuple() def get_next_fignumber(figtype, secnum): counter = fignum_counter.setdefault(figtype, {}) secnum = secnum[:self.config.numfig_secnum_depth] counter[secnum] = counter.get(secnum, 0) + 1 return secnum + (counter[secnum],) def register_fignumber(docname, secnum, figtype, fignode): self.toc_fignumbers.setdefault(docname, {}) fignumbers = self.toc_fignumbers[docname].setdefault(figtype, {}) figure_id = fignode['ids'][0] fignumbers[figure_id] = get_next_fignumber(figtype, secnum) def _walk_doctree(docname, doctree, secnum): for subnode in doctree.children: if isinstance(subnode, nodes.section): next_secnum = get_section_number(docname, subnode) if next_secnum: _walk_doctree(docname, subnode, next_secnum) else: _walk_doctree(docname, subnode, secnum) continue elif isinstance(subnode, addnodes.toctree): for title, subdocname in subnode['entries']: if url_re.match(subdocname) or subdocname == 'self': # don't mess with those continue _walk_doc(subdocname, secnum) continue figtype =['std'].get_figtype(subnode) if figtype and subnode['ids']: register_fignumber(docname, secnum, figtype, subnode) _walk_doctree(docname, subnode, secnum) def _walk_doc(docname, secnum): if docname not in assigned: assigned.add(docname) doctree = self.get_doctree(docname) _walk_doctree(docname, doctree, secnum) if self.config.numfig: _walk_doc(self.config.master_doc, tuple()) for docname, fignums in iteritems(self.toc_fignumbers): if fignums != old_fignumbers.get(docname): rewrite_needed.append(docname) return rewrite_needed def create_index(self, builder, group_entries=True, _fixre=re.compile(r'(.*) ([(][^()]*[)])')): """Create the real index from the collected index entries.""" new = {} def add_entry(word, subword, link=True, dic=new, key=None): # Force the word to be unicode if it's a ASCII bytestring. # This will solve problems with unicode normalization later. # For instance the RFC role will add bytestrings at the moment word = text_type(word) entry = dic.get(word) if not entry: dic[word] = entry = [[], {}, key] if subword: add_entry(subword, '', link=link, dic=entry[1], key=key) elif link: try: uri = builder.get_relative_uri('genindex', fn) + '#' + tid except NoUri: pass else: # maintain links in sorted/deterministic order bisect.insort(entry[0], (main, uri)) for fn, entries in iteritems(self.indexentries): # new entry types must be listed in directives/! for type, value, tid, main, index_key in entries: try: if type == 'single': try: entry, subentry = split_into(2, 'single', value) except ValueError: entry, = split_into(1, 'single', value) subentry = '' add_entry(entry, subentry, key=index_key) elif type == 'pair': first, second = split_into(2, 'pair', value) add_entry(first, second, key=index_key) add_entry(second, first, key=index_key) elif type == 'triple': first, second, third = split_into(3, 'triple', value) add_entry(first, second+' '+third, key=index_key) add_entry(second, third+', '+first, key=index_key) add_entry(third, first+' '+second, key=index_key) elif type == 'see': first, second = split_into(2, 'see', value) add_entry(first, _('see %s') % second, link=False, key=index_key) elif type == 'seealso': first, second = split_into(2, 'see', value) add_entry(first, _('see also %s') % second, link=False, key=index_key) else: self.warn(fn, 'unknown index entry type %r' % type) except ValueError as err: self.warn(fn, str(err)) # sort the index entries; put all symbols at the front, even those # following the letters in ASCII, this is where the chr(127) comes from def keyfunc(entry, lcletters=string.ascii_lowercase + '_'): lckey = unicodedata.normalize('NFD', entry[0].lower()) if lckey[0:1] in lcletters: lckey = chr(127) + lckey # ensure a determinstic order *within* letters by also sorting on # the entry itself return (lckey, entry[0]) newlist = sorted(new.items(), key=keyfunc) if group_entries: # fixup entries: transform # func() (in module foo) # func() (in module bar) # into # func() # (in module foo) # (in module bar) oldkey = '' oldsubitems = None i = 0 while i < len(newlist): key, (targets, subitems, _key) = newlist[i] # cannot move if it has subitems; structure gets too complex if not subitems: m = _fixre.match(key) if m: if oldkey == # prefixes match: add entry as subitem of the # previous entry oldsubitems.setdefault(, [[], {}, _key])[0].\ extend(targets) del newlist[i] continue oldkey = else: oldkey = key oldsubitems = subitems i += 1 # group the entries by letter def keyfunc2(item, letters=string.ascii_uppercase + '_'): # hack: mutating the subitems dicts to a list in the keyfunc k, v = item v[1] = sorted((si, se) for (si, (se, void, void)) in iteritems(v[1])) if v[2] is None: # now calculate the key letter = unicodedata.normalize('NFD', k[0])[0].upper() if letter in letters: return letter else: # get all other symbols under one heading return _('Symbols') else: return v[2] return [(key_, list(group)) for (key_, group) in groupby(newlist, keyfunc2)] def collect_relations(self): traversed = set() def traverse_toctree(parent, docname): if parent == docname: self.warn(docname, 'self referenced toctree found. Ignored.') return # traverse toctree by pre-order yield parent, docname traversed.add(docname) for child in (self.toctree_includes.get(docname) or []): for subparent, subdocname in traverse_toctree(docname, child): if subdocname not in traversed: yield subparent, subdocname traversed.add(subdocname) relations = {} docnames = traverse_toctree(None, self.config.master_doc) prevdoc = None parent, docname = next(docnames) for nextparent, nextdoc in docnames: relations[docname] = [parent, prevdoc, nextdoc] prevdoc = docname docname = nextdoc parent = nextparent relations[docname] = [parent, prevdoc, None] return relations def check_consistency(self): """Do consistency checks.""" for docname in sorted(self.all_docs): if docname not in self.files_to_rebuild: if docname == self.config.master_doc: # the master file is not included anywhere ;) continue if docname in self.included: # the document is included from other documents continue if 'orphan' in self.metadata[docname]: continue self.warn(docname, 'document isn\'t included in any toctree')