Source code for granary.microformats2

"""Convert ActivityStreams to microformats2 HTML and JSON.

Microformats2 specs:
ActivityStreams 1 specs:
from collections import defaultdict
import copy
import itertools
import logging
import urllib.parse
import string
import re
import xml.sax.saxutils

import humanfriendly
import mf2util
from oauth_dropins.webutil import util
from oauth_dropins.webutil.util import (

from . import source

HENTRY = string.Template("""\
<article class="$types">
  <span class="p-uid">$uid</span>
  <div class="$content_classes">
HCARD = string.Template("""\
  <span class="$types">
LINK = string.Template('  <a class="u-$cls" href="$url"></a>')
  'event': ['h-event'],
  'person': ['h-card'],
  'place': ['h-card', 'p-location'],
  'article': ('article', None),
  'event': ('event', None),
  'follow': ('activity', 'follow'),
  'invite': ('activity', 'invite'),
  'like': ('activity', 'like'),
  'location': ('place', None),
  'note': ('note', None),
  'person': ('person', None),
  'reply': ('comment', None),
  'repost': ('activity', 'share'),
  'rsvp': ('activity', None),  # json_to_object() will generate verb from rsvp
  'tag': ('activity', 'tag'),
# ISO 6709 location string.
ISO_6709_RE = re.compile(r'^([-+][0-9.]+)([-+][0-9.]+).*/$')

[docs]def get_string_urls(objs): """Extracts string URLs from a list of either string URLs or mf2 dicts. Many mf2 properties can contain either string URLs or full mf2 objects, e.g. h-cites. in-reply-to is the most commonly used example: Args: objs: sequence of either string URLs or embedded mf2 objects Returns: list of string URLs """ if not objs: return [] urls = [] for item in objs: if isinstance(item, str): urls.append(item) else: itemtype = [x for x in item.get('type', []) if x.startswith('h-')] if itemtype: item = item.get('properties') or item urls.extend(get_string_urls(item.get('url', []))) return urls
[docs]def get_html(val): """Returns a string value that may have HTML markup. Args: value: mf2 property value, either string or {'html': '<p>str</p>', 'value': 'str'} dict Returns: string or None """ if isinstance(val, dict) and val.get('html'): return val['html'].strip() return get_text(val)
[docs]def get_text(val): """Returns a plain text string value. See get_html.""" if isinstance(val, dict): val = val.get('value') return val.strip() if val else ''
[docs]def activity_to_json(activity, **kwargs): """Converts an ActivityStreams activity to microformats2 JSON. Args: activity: dict, a decoded JSON ActivityStreams activity kwargs: passed to object_to_json Returns: dict, decoded microformats2 JSON """ return object_to_json(_activity_or_object(activity), **kwargs)
def _activity_or_object(activity): """Returns the base item we care about, activity or activity['object']. Used in :func:`activity_to_json()` and :func:`activities_to_html()`. """ if activity.get('object') and activity.get('verb') not in source.VERBS_WITH_OBJECT: return activity['object'] return activity
[docs]def object_to_json(obj, trim_nulls=True, entry_class='h-entry', default_object_type=None, synthesize_content=True): """Converts an ActivityStreams object to microformats2 JSON. Args: obj: dict, a decoded JSON ActivityStreams object trim_nulls: boolean, whether to remove elements with null or empty values entry_class: string or sequence, the mf2 class(es) that entries should be given (e.g. 'h-cite' when parsing a reference to a foreign entry). defaults to 'h-entry' default_object_type: string, the ActivityStreams objectType to use if one is not present. defaults to None synthesize_content: whether to generate synthetic content if the object doesn't have its own, e.g. 'likes this.' or 'shared this.' Returns: dict, decoded microformats2 JSON """ if not obj or not isinstance(obj, dict): return {} obj_type = source.object_type(obj) or default_object_type # if the activity type is a post, then it's really just a conduit # for the object. for other verbs, the activity itself is the # interesting thing if obj_type == 'post': primary = obj.get('object', {}) obj_type = source.object_type(primary) or default_object_type else: primary = obj # TODO: extract snippet name = primary.get('displayName', primary.get('title')) summary = primary.get('summary') author = obj.get('author', obj.get('actor', {})) in_reply_tos = obj.get('inReplyTo') or [] if not in_reply_tos: context = obj.get('context') if context and isinstance(context, dict): in_reply_tos = context.get('inReplyTo') or [] is_rsvp = obj_type in ('rsvp-yes', 'rsvp-no', 'rsvp-maybe') if (is_rsvp or obj_type == 'react') and obj.get('object'): objs = obj['object'] in_reply_tos.extend(objs if isinstance(objs, list) else [objs]) # maps objectType to list of objects attachments = defaultdict(list) for prop in 'attachments', 'tags': for elem in get_list(primary, prop): attachments[elem.get('objectType')].append(elem) # prefer duration and size from object's stream, then first video, then first # audio stream = {} for candidate in [obj] + attachments['video'] + attachments['audio']: for stream in get_list(candidate, 'stream'): if stream: break duration = stream.get('duration') if duration is not None: if util.is_int(duration): duration = str(duration) else: logging('Ignoring duration %r; expected int, got %s', duration.__class__) duration = None sizes = [] size = stream.get('size') if size: sizes = [str(size)] # construct mf2! ret = { 'type': (AS_TO_MF2_TYPE.get(obj_type) or [entry_class] if isinstance(entry_class, str) else list(entry_class)), 'properties': { 'uid': [obj.get('id') or ''], 'numeric-id': [obj.get('numeric_id') or ''], 'name': [name], 'nickname': [obj.get('username') or ''], 'summary': [summary], 'url': (list(object_urls(obj) or object_urls(primary)) + obj.get('upstreamDuplicates', [])), # photo is special cased below, to handle alt 'video': dedupe_urls(get_urls(attachments, 'video', 'stream') + get_urls(primary, 'stream')), 'audio': get_urls(attachments, 'audio', 'stream'), 'duration': [duration], 'size': sizes, 'published': [obj.get('published', primary.get('published', ''))], 'updated': [obj.get('updated', primary.get('updated', ''))], 'in-reply-to': util.trim_nulls([o.get('url') for o in in_reply_tos]), 'author': [object_to_json( author, trim_nulls=False, default_object_type='person')], 'location': [object_to_json( primary.get('location', {}), trim_nulls=False, default_object_type='place')], 'comment': [object_to_json(c, trim_nulls=False, entry_class='h-cite') for c in obj.get('replies', {}).get('items', [])], 'start': [primary.get('startTime')], 'end': [primary.get('endTime')], }, 'children': ( # silly hack: i haven't found anywhere in AS1 or AS2 to indicate that # something is being "quoted," like in a quote tweet, so i cheat and use # extra knowledge here that quoted tweets are converted to note # attachments, but URLs in the tweet text are converted to article tags. [object_to_json(a, trim_nulls=False, entry_class=['u-quotation-of', 'h-cite']) for a in attachments['note'] if 'startIndex' not in a] + [object_to_json(a, trim_nulls=False, entry_class=['h-cite']) for a in attachments['article'] if 'startIndex' not in a]) } # content. emulate e- vs p- microformats2 parsing: e- if there are HTML tags, # otherwise p-. # text = xml.sax.saxutils.unescape(primary.get('content', '')) html = render_content(primary, include_location=False, synthesize_content=synthesize_content) if '<' in html: ret['properties']['content'] = [{'value': text, 'html': html}] else: ret['properties']['content'] = [text] # photos, including alt text photo_urls = set() ret['properties']['photo'] = [] for image in get_list(attachments, 'image') + [primary]: for url in get_urls(image, 'image'): if url and url not in photo_urls: photo_urls.add(url) name = get_first(image, 'image', {}).get('displayName') ret['properties']['photo'].append({'value': url, 'alt': name} if name else url) # hashtags and person tags if obj_type == 'tag': ret['properties']['tag-of'] = util.get_urls(obj, 'target') tags = obj.get('tags', []) or get_first(obj, 'object', {}).get('tags', []) if not tags and obj_type == 'tag': tags = util.get_list(obj, 'object') ret['properties']['category'] = [] for tag in tags: if tag.get('objectType') == 'person': ret['properties']['category'].append( object_to_json(tag, entry_class='u-category h-card')) elif tag.get('objectType') == 'hashtag' or obj_type == 'tag': name = tag.get('displayName') if name: ret['properties']['category'].append(name) # rsvp if is_rsvp: ret['properties']['rsvp'] = [obj_type[len('rsvp-'):]] elif obj_type == 'invite': invitee = object_to_json(obj.get('object'), trim_nulls=False, default_object_type='person') ret['properties']['invitee'] = [invitee] # like and repost mentions for type, prop in ( ('favorite', 'like'), ('follow', 'follow'), ('like', 'like'), ('share', 'repost'), ): if obj_type == type: # The ActivityStreams spec says the object property should always be a # single object, but it's useful to let it be a list, e.g. when a like has # multiple targets, e.g. a like of a post with original post URLs in it, # which does. objs = get_list(obj, 'object') ret['properties'][prop + '-of'] = [ # flatten contexts that are just a url o['url'] if 'url' in o and set(o.keys()) <= set(['url', 'objectType']) else object_to_json(o, trim_nulls=False, entry_class='h-cite') for o in objs] else: # received likes and reposts ret['properties'][prop] = [ object_to_json(t, trim_nulls=False, entry_class='h-cite') for t in tags if source.object_type(t) == type] # latitude & longitude lat = long = None position = ISO_6709_RE.match(primary.get('position') or '') if position: lat, long = position.groups() if not lat: lat = primary.get('latitude') if not long: long = primary.get('longitude') if lat: ret['properties']['latitude'] = [str(lat)] if long: ret['properties']['longitude'] = [str(long)] if trim_nulls: ret = util.trim_nulls(ret) return ret
[docs]def json_to_object(mf2, actor=None, fetch_mf2=False): """Converts a single microformats2 JSON item to an ActivityStreams object. Supports h-entry, h-event, h-card, and other single item times. Does *not* yet support h-feed. Args: mf2: dict, decoded JSON microformats2 object actor: optional author AS actor object. usually comes from a rel="author" link. if mf2 has its own author, that will override this. fetch_mf2: boolean, whether to fetch additional pages via HTTP if necessary, e.g. to determine authorship: Returns: dict, ActivityStreams object """ if not mf2 or not isinstance(mf2, dict): return {} mf2 = copy.copy(mf2) props = mf2.setdefault('properties', {}) prop = first_props(props) rsvp = prop.get('rsvp') # convert author mf2_author = prop.get('author') if mf2_author and isinstance(mf2_author, dict): author = json_to_object(mf2_author) else: # the author h-card may be on another page. run full authorship algorithm: # author = mf2util.find_author({'items': [mf2]}, hentry=mf2, fetch_mf2_func=util.fetch_mf2 if fetch_mf2 else None) if author: author = { 'objectType': 'person', 'url': author.get('url'), 'displayName': author.get('name'), 'image': [{'url': author.get('photo')}], } if not author: author = actor mf2_types = mf2.get('type') or [] if 'h-geo' in mf2_types or 'p-location' in mf2_types: mf2_type = 'location' elif 'tag-of' in props: # TODO: remove once this is in mf2util # mf2_type = 'tag' elif 'follow-of' in props: # ditto mf2_type = 'follow' else: # mf2 'photo' type is a note or article *with* a photo, but AS 'photo' type # *is* a photo. so, special case photo type to fall through to underlying # mf2 type without photo. # without_photo = copy.deepcopy(mf2) without_photo.get('properties', {}).pop('photo', None) mf2_type = mf2util.post_type_discovery(without_photo) as_type, as_verb = MF2_TO_AS_TYPE_VERB.get(mf2_type, (None, None)) if rsvp: as_verb = 'rsvp-%s' % rsvp # special case GitHub issues that are in-reply-to the repo or its issues URL in_reply_tos = get_string_urls(props.get('in-reply-to', [])) for url in in_reply_tos: if re.match(r'^https?://[^/]+/[^/]+(/issues)?/?$', url): as_type = 'issue' def is_absolute(url): """Filter out relative and invalid URLs (mf2py gives absolute urls).""" return urllib.parse.urlparse(url).netloc urls = props.get('url') and get_string_urls(props.get('url')) # quotations: attachments = [ json_to_object(quote) for quote in mf2.get('children', []) + props.get('quotation-of', []) if isinstance(quote, dict) and 'h-cite' in set(quote.get('type', []))] # audio and video # # the duration mf2 property is still emerging. examples in the wild use both # integer seconds and ISO 8601 durations. # # duration = prop.get('duration') or prop.get('length') if duration: if util.is_int(duration): duration = int(duration) else: parsed = util.parse_iso8601_duration(duration) if parsed: duration = int(parsed.total_seconds()) else: logging.debug('Unknown format for length or duration %r', duration) duration = None stream = None bytes = size_to_bytes(prop.get('size')) for type in 'audio', 'video': atts = [{ 'objectType': type, 'stream': { 'url': url, # integer seconds: 'duration': duration, # file size in bytes. nonstandard, not in AS1 or AS2 'size': bytes, }, } for url in get_string_urls(props.get(type, []))] attachments.extend(atts) if atts: stream = atts[0]['stream'] obj = { 'id': prop.get('uid'), 'objectType': as_type, 'verb': as_verb, 'published': prop.get('published', ''), 'updated': prop.get('updated', ''), 'startTime': prop.get('start'), 'endTime': prop.get('end'), 'displayName': get_text(prop.get('name')), 'summary': get_text(prop.get('summary')), 'content': get_html(prop.get('content')), 'url': urls[0] if urls else None, 'urls': [{'value': u} for u in urls] if urls and len(urls) > 1 else None, # image is special cased below, to handle alt 'stream': [stream], 'location': json_to_object(prop.get('location')), 'replies': {'items': [json_to_object(c) for c in props.get('comment', [])]}, 'tags': [{'objectType': 'hashtag', 'displayName': cat} if isinstance(cat, str) else json_to_object(cat) for cat in props.get('category', [])], 'attachments': attachments, } # images, including alt text photo_urls = set() obj['image'] = [] for photo in props.get('photo', []) + props.get('featured', []): url = photo alt = None if isinstance(photo, dict): photo = photo.get('properties') or photo url = get_first(photo, 'value') or get_first(photo, 'url') alt = get_first(photo, 'alt') if url and url not in photo_urls and is_absolute(url): photo_urls.add(url) obj['image'].append({'url': url, 'displayName': alt}) # mf2util uses the indieweb/mf2 location algorithm to collect location properties. interpreted = mf2util.interpret({'items': [mf2]}, None) if interpreted: loc = interpreted.get('location') if loc: obj['location']['objectType'] = 'place' lat, lng = loc.get('latitude'), loc.get('longitude') if lat and lng: try: obj['location'].update({ 'latitude': float(lat), 'longitude': float(lng), }) except ValueError: logging.debug( 'Could not convert latitude/longitude (%s, %s) to decimal', lat, lng) if as_type == 'activity': objects = [] for target in itertools.chain.from_iterable( props.get(field, []) for field in ( 'follow-of', 'like', 'like-of', 'repost', 'repost-of', 'in-reply-to', 'invitee')): t = json_to_object(target) if isinstance(target, dict) else {'url': target} # eliminate duplicates from redundant backcompat properties if t not in objects: objects.append(t) obj.update({ 'object': objects[0] if len(objects) == 1 else objects, 'actor': author, }) if as_verb == 'tag': obj['target'] = {'url': prop['tag-of']} if obj.get('object'): raise NotImplementedError( 'Combined in-reply-to and tag-of is not yet supported.') obj['object'] = obj.pop('tags') else: obj.update({ 'inReplyTo': [{'url': url} for url in in_reply_tos], 'author': author, }) return source.Source.postprocess_object(obj)
[docs]def html_to_activities(html, url=None, actor=None, id=None): """Converts a microformats2 HTML h-feed to ActivityStreams activities. Args: html: unicode string HTML or :class:`requests.Response` url: optional string URL that HTML came from actor: optional author AS actor object for all activities. usually comes from a rel="author" link. id: string, optional id of specific element to extract and parse. defaults to the whole page. Returns: list of ActivityStreams activity dicts """ parsed = util.parse_mf2(html, url=url, id=id) hfeed = mf2util.find_first_entry(parsed, ['h-feed']) items = hfeed.get('children', []) if hfeed else parsed.get('items', []) activities = [] for item in items: types = item.get('type', []) if 'h-entry' in types or 'h-event' in types or 'h-cite' in types: obj = json_to_object(item, actor=actor) obj['content_is_html'] = True activities.append({'object': obj}) return activities
[docs]def activities_to_html(activities): """Converts ActivityStreams activities to a microformats2 HTML h-feed. Args: obj: dict, a decoded JSON ActivityStreams object Returns: string, the content field in obj with the tags in the tags field converted to links if they have startIndex and length, otherwise added to the end. """ return """\ <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head><meta charset="utf-8"></head> <body> %s </body> </html> """ % '\n'.join(object_to_html(_activity_or_object(a)) for a in activities)
[docs]def object_to_html(obj, parent_props=None, synthesize_content=True): """Converts an ActivityStreams object to microformats2 HTML. Features: * linkifies embedded tags and adds links for other tags * linkifies embedded URLs * adds links, summaries, and thumbnails for attachments and checkins * adds a "via SOURCE" postscript Args: obj: dict, a decoded JSON ActivityStreams object parent_props: list of strings, the properties of the parent object where this object is embedded, e.g. ['u-repost-of'] synthesize_content: whether to generate synthetic content if the object doesn't have its own, e.g. 'likes this.' or 'shared this.' Returns: string, the content field in obj with the tags in the tags field converted to links if they have startIndex and length, otherwise added to the end. """ return json_to_html(object_to_json(obj, synthesize_content=synthesize_content), parent_props=parent_props)
[docs]def json_to_html(obj, parent_props=None): """Converts a microformats2 JSON object to microformats2 HTML. See object_to_html for details. Args: obj: dict, a decoded microformats2 JSON object parent_props: list of strings, the properties of the parent object where this object is embedded, e.g. 'u-repost-of' Returns: string HTML """ if not obj: return '' if not parent_props: parent_props = [] types = obj.get('type', []) if 'h-card' in types: return hcard_to_html(obj, parent_props) props = copy.copy(obj.get('properties', {})) links = [] for prop in 'in-reply-to', 'tag-of': links.extend(LINK.substitute(cls=prop, url=url) for url in sorted(get_string_urls(props.get(prop, [])))) prop = first_props(props) prop.setdefault('uid', '') author = prop.get('author') # if this post is an rsvp, populate its data element. if it's an invite, give # it a default name. # do this *before* content since it sets props['name'] if necessary. rsvp = prop.get('rsvp') if rsvp: if not props.get('name'): props['name'] = [{'yes': 'is attending.', 'no': 'is not attending.', 'maybe': 'might attend.'}.get(rsvp)] props['name'][0] = '<data class="p-rsvp" value="%s">%s</data>' % ( rsvp, props['name'][0]) elif props.get('invitee') and not props.get('name'): props['name'] = ['invited'] children = [] # if this post is itself a follow, like, or repost, link to its target(s). for mftype in ['follow', 'like', 'repost']: for target in props.get(mftype + '-of', []): if isinstance(target, str): children.append('<a class="u-%s-of" href="%s"></a>' % (mftype, target)) else: children.append(json_to_html(target, ['u-' + mftype + '-of'])) # set up content and name content_html = get_html(prop.get('content', {})) content_classes = [] if content_html: content_classes.append('e-content') if not props.get('name'): content_classes.append('p-name') else: # if content is empty, set explicit blank name to prevent bad (old) # microformats2 implied p-name handling. # if not props.get('name'): props['name'] = [''] summary = ('<div class="p-summary">%s</div>' % prop.get('summary') if prop.get('summary') else '') # attachments # TODO: use photo alt property as alt text once mf2py handles that. # attachments = [] for name, fn in ('photo', img), ('video', vid), ('audio', aud): attachments.extend(fn(val) for val in props.get(name, [])) # size(s) # sizes = [] for size in props.get('size', []): bytes = size_to_bytes(size) if size: sizes.append('<data class="p-size" value="%s">%s</data>' % (bytes, humanfriendly.format_size(bytes))) # categories cats = props.get('category', []) people = [ hcard_to_html(cat, ['u-category', 'h-card']) for cat in cats if isinstance(cat, dict) and 'h-card' in cat.get('type') and not cat.get('startIndex')] # mentions are already linkified in content tags = ['<span class="u-category">%s</span>' % cat for cat in cats if isinstance(cat, str)] # comments # # comments_html = '\n'.join(json_to_html(c, ['p-comment']) for c in props.get('comment', [])) # embedded likes and reposts of this post #, for verb in 'like', 'repost': # including u-like and u-repost for backcompat means that we must ignore # these properties when converting a post that is itself a like or repost if verb + '-of' not in props: vals = props.get(verb, []) if vals and isinstance(vals[0], dict): children += [json_to_html(v, ['u-' + verb]) for v in vals] # embedded children of this post children += [json_to_html(c) for c in obj.get('children', [])] # location; make sure it's an object location = prop.get('location') if isinstance(location, str): location = {'properties': {'name': [location]}} # event times event_times = [] start = props.get('start', []) end = props.get('end', []) event_times += [' <time class="dt-start">%s</time>' % time for time in start] if start and end: event_times.append(' to') event_times += [' <time class="dt-end">%s</time>' % time for time in end] return HENTRY.substitute( prop, published=maybe_datetime(prop.get('published'), 'dt-published'), updated=maybe_datetime(prop.get('updated'), 'dt-updated'), types=' '.join(parent_props + types), author=hcard_to_html(author, ['p-author']), location=hcard_to_html(location, ['p-location']), categories='\n'.join(people + tags), attachments='\n'.join(attachments), sizes='\n'.join(sizes), links='\n'.join(links), invitees='\n'.join([hcard_to_html(i, ['p-invitee']) for i in props.get('invitee', [])]), content=content_html, content_classes=' '.join(content_classes), comments=comments_html, children='\n'.join(children), linked_name=maybe_linked_name(props), summary=summary, event_times='\n'.join(event_times))
[docs]def hcard_to_html(hcard, parent_props=None): """Renders an h-card as HTML. Args: hcard: dict, decoded JSON h-card parent_props: list of strings, the properties of the parent object where this object is embedded, e.g. ['p-author'] Returns: string, rendered HTML """ if not hcard: return '' if not parent_props: parent_props = [] # extract first value from multiply valued properties props = hcard.get('properties', {}) prop = first_props(props) if not prop: return '' return HCARD.substitute( types=' '.join(uniquify(parent_props + hcard.get('type', []))), ids='\n'.join(['<data class="p-uid" value="%s"></data>' % uid for uid in props.get('uid', []) if uid] + ['<data class="p-numeric-id" value="%s"></data>' % nid for nid in props.get('numeric-id', []) if nid]), linked_name=maybe_linked_name(props), nicknames='\n'.join('<span class="p-nickname">%s</span>' % nick for nick in props.get('nickname', []) if nick), photos='\n'.join(img(photo) for photo in props.get('photo', []) if photo), )
[docs]def render_content(obj, include_location=True, synthesize_content=True, render_attachments=False, render_image=False, white_space_pre=True): """Renders the content of an ActivityStreams object as HTML. Includes tags, mentions, and non-note/article attachments. (Note/article attachments are converted to mf2 children in object_to_json and then rendered in json_to_html.) Note that the returned HTML is included in Atom as well as HTML documents, so it *must* be HTML4 / XHTML, not HTML5! All tags must be closed, etc. Args: obj: decoded JSON ActivityStreams object include_location: boolean, whether to render location, if provided synthesize_content: boolean, whether to generate synthetic content if the object doesn't have its own, e.g. 'likes this.' or 'shared this.' render_attachments: boolean, whether to render attachments, eg links, images, audio, and video render_image: boolean, whether to render the object's image(s) white_space_pre: boolean, whether to wrap in CSS white-space: pre. If False, newlines will be converted to <br> tags instead. Background: Returns: string, rendered HTML """ content = obj.get('content', '') # extract tags. preserve order but de-dupe, ie don't include a tag more than # once. seen_ids = set() mentions = [] tags = {} # maps string objectType to list of tag objects for t in obj.get('tags', []): id = t.get('id') if id and id in seen_ids: continue seen_ids.add(id) if 'startIndex' in t and 'length' in t and 'url' in t: mentions.append(t) else: tags.setdefault(source.object_type(t), []).append(t) # linkify embedded mention tags inside content. if mentions: mentions.sort(key=lambda t: t['startIndex']) last_end = 0 orig = util.WideUnicode(content) content = util.WideUnicode('') for tag in mentions: start = tag['startIndex'] end = start + tag['length'] content = util.WideUnicode('%s%s<a href="%s">%s</a>' % ( content, orig[last_end:start], tag['url'], orig[start:end])) last_end = end content += orig[last_end:] # is whitespace in this content meaningful? standard heuristic: if there are # no HTML tags in it, and it has a newline, then assume yes. # # if content and not obj.get('content_is_html') and '\n' in content: if white_space_pre: content = '<div style="white-space: pre">%s</div>' % content else: content = content.replace('\n', '<br />\n') # linkify embedded links. ignore the "mention" tags that we added ourselves. # TODO: fix the bug in test_linkify_broken() in webutil/tests/, then # uncomment this. # if content: # content = util.linkify(content) # the image field. may be multiply valued. rendered_urls = set() if render_image: urls = get_urls(obj, 'image') content += _render_attachments([{ 'objectType': 'image', 'image': {'url': url}, } for url in urls], obj) rendered_urls = set(urls) # attachments, e.g. links (aka articles) # TODO: use oEmbed? , if render_attachments: atts = [a for a in obj.get('attachments', []) if a.get('objectType') not in ('note', 'article') and get_url(a, 'image') not in rendered_urls] content += _render_attachments(atts + tags.pop('article', []), obj) # generate share/like contexts if the activity does not have content # of its own obj_type = source.object_type(obj) for as_type, verb in ( ('favorite', 'Favorites'), ('like', 'Likes'), ('share', 'Shared')): if (not synthesize_content or obj_type != as_type or 'object' not in obj or 'content' in obj): continue targets = get_list(obj, 'object') if not targets: continue for target in targets: # sometimes likes don't have enough content to render anything # interesting if 'url' in target and set(target) <= set(['url', 'objectType']): content += '<a href="%s">%s this.</a>' % ( target.get('url'), verb.lower()) else: author = target.get('author', target.get('actor', {})) # special case for twitter RT's if obj_type == 'share' and 'url' in obj and '^https?://(?:www\.|mobile\.)?twitter\.com/', obj.get('url')): content += 'RT <a href="%s">@%s</a> ' % ( target.get('url', '#'), author.get('username')) else: # image looks bad in the simplified rendering author = {k: v for k, v in author.items() if k != 'image'} content += '%s <a href="%s">%s</a> by %s' % ( verb, target.get('url', '#'), target.get('displayName', target.get('title', 'a post')), hcard_to_html(object_to_json(author, default_object_type='person')), ) content += render_content(target, include_location=include_location, synthesize_content=synthesize_content, white_space_pre=white_space_pre) # only include the first context in the content (if there are # others, they'll be included as separate properties) break break if render_attachments and obj.get('verb') == 'share': atts = [att for att in itertools.chain.from_iterable( o.get('attachments', []) for o in util.get_list(obj, 'object')) if att.get('objectType') not in ('note', 'article')] content += _render_attachments(atts, obj) # location loc = obj.get('location') if include_location and loc: content += '\n<p>%s</p>' % hcard_to_html( object_to_json(loc, default_object_type='place'), parent_props=['p-location']) # these are rendered manually in json_to_html() for type in 'like', 'share', 'react', 'person': tags.pop(type, None) # render the rest content += tags_to_html(tags.pop('hashtag', []), 'p-category') content += tags_to_html(tags.pop('mention', []), 'u-mention', visible=False) content += tags_to_html(sum(tags.values(), []), 'tag') return content
def _render_attachments(attachments, obj): """Renders ActivityStreams attachments (or tags etc) as HTML. Note that the returned HTML is included in Atom as well as HTML documents, so it *must* be HTML4 / XHTML, not HTML5! All tags must be closed, etc. Args: attachments: sequence of decoded JSON ActivityStreams objects obj: top-level decoded JSON ActivityStreams object Returns: string, rendered HTML """ content = '' for att in attachments: name = att.get('displayName', '') stream = get_first(att, 'stream', {}).get('url') or '' image = get_first(att, 'image', {}).get('url') or '' open_a_tag = False content += '\n<p>' if att.get('objectType') == 'video': if stream: content += vid(stream, poster=image) elif att.get('objectType') == 'audio': if stream: content += aud(stream) else: url = att.get('url') or obj.get('url') if url: content += '\n<a class="link" href="%s">' % url open_a_tag = True if image: content += '\n' + img(image, name) if name: content += '\n<span class="name">%s</span>' % name if open_a_tag: content += '\n</a>' summary = att.get('summary') if summary and summary != name: content += '\n<span class="summary">%s</span>' % summary content += '\n</p>' return content
[docs]def find_author(parsed, **kwargs): """Returns the author of a page as a ActivityStreams actor dict. Args: parsed: dict, parsed mf2 object (ie return value from mf2py.parse()) kwargs: passed through to mf2util.find_author() """ author = mf2util.find_author(parsed, 'http://123', **kwargs) if author: photo = author.get('photo') if isinstance(photo, dict): photo = photo.get('url') or photo.get('value') return { 'displayName': author.get('name'), 'url': author.get('url'), 'image': {'url': photo}, }
[docs]def get_title(mf2): """Returns an mf2 object's title, ie its name. Args: mf2: dict, parsed mf2 object (ie return value from mf2py.parse()) Returns: string title, possibly ellipsized """ lines = mf2util.interpret_feed(mf2, '').get('name', '').splitlines() if lines: return util.ellipsize(lines[0]) return ''
[docs]def first_props(props): """Converts a multiply-valued dict to singly valued. Args: props: dict of properties, where each value is a sequence Returns: corresponding dict with just the first value of each sequence, or '' if the sequence is empty """ return {k: get_first(props, k, '') for k in props} if props else {}
[docs]def tags_to_html(tags, classname, visible=True): """Returns an HTML string with links to the given tag objects. Args: tags: decoded JSON ActivityStreams objects. classname: class for span to enclose tags in visible: boolean, whether to visibly include displayName """ urls = {} # stores (url, displayName) tuples for tag in tags: name = '' if visible and tag.get('displayName'): name = tag['displayName'] # loop through individually instead of using update() so that order is # preserved. for url in object_urls(tag): urls[url, name] = None return ''.join('\n<a class="%s" href="%s">%s</a>' % (classname, url, name) for url, name in sorted(urls.keys()))
[docs]def object_urls(obj): """Returns an object's unique URLs, preserving order. """ if isinstance(obj, str): return obj return uniquify(util.trim_nulls( [obj.get('url')] + [u.get('value') for u in obj.get('urls', [])]))
[docs]def author_display_name(hcard): """Returns a human-readable string display name for an h-card object.""" name = None if hcard: prop = first_props(hcard.get('properties')) name = prop.get('name') or prop.get('uid') return name if name else 'Unknown'
[docs]def maybe_linked_name(props): """Returns the HTML for a p-name with an optional u-url inside. Args: props: *multiply-valued* properties dict Returns: string HTML """ prop = first_props(props) name = prop.get('name') url = prop.get('url') if name is not None: html = maybe_linked(name, url, linked_classname='p-name u-url', unlinked_classname='p-name') else: html = maybe_linked(url or '', url, linked_classname='u-url') extra_urls = props.get('url', [])[1:] if extra_urls: html += '\n' + '\n'.join(maybe_linked('', url, linked_classname='u-url') for url in extra_urls) return html
[docs]def img(src, alt=''): """Returns an <img> string with the given src, class, and alt. Args: src: string url or dict with value and (optionally) alt alt: string, alt attribute value, or None Returns: string """ if isinstance(src, dict): assert not alt alt = src.get('alt', '') src = src.get('value') return '<img class="u-photo" src="%s" alt=%s />' % ( src, xml.sax.saxutils.quoteattr(alt or ''))
[docs]def vid(src, poster=''): """Returns an <video> string with the given src and class Args: src: string, url of the video poster: sring, optional. url of the poster or preview image Returns: string """ poster_img = '<img src="%s" />' % poster if poster else '' # include ="controls" value since this HTML is also used in the Atom # template, which has to validate as XML. return '<video class="u-video" src="%s" controls="controls" poster="%s">Your browser does not support the video tag. <a href="%s">Click here to view directly. %s</a></video>' % ( src, poster, src, poster_img)
[docs]def aud(src): """Returns an <audio> string with the given src and class Args: src: string, url of the audio Returns: string """ return '<audio class="u-audio" src="%s" controls="controls">Your browser does not support the audio tag. <a href="%s">Click here to listen directly.</a></audio>' % (src, src)
[docs]def maybe_linked(text, url, linked_classname=None, unlinked_classname=None): """Wraps text in an <a href=...> iff a non-empty url is provided. Args: text: string url: string or None linked_classname: string, optional class attribute to use if url unlinked_classname: string, optional class attribute to use if not url Returns: string """ if url: classname = ' class="%s"' % linked_classname if linked_classname else '' return '<a%s href="%s">%s</a>' % (classname, url, text) if unlinked_classname: return '<span class="%s">%s</span>' % (unlinked_classname, text) return text
[docs]def maybe_datetime(str, classname): """Returns a <time datetime=...> elem if str is non-empty. Args: str: string RFC339 datetime or None classname: string class name Returns: string """ if str: return '<time class="%s" datetime="%s">%s</time>' % (classname, str, str) else: return ''
[docs]def size_to_bytes(size): """Converts a string file size to an integer number of bytes. Args: size, string, may be either integer bytes or human-readable approximation, eg 7MB or 1.23 kb Returns: integer, bytes, or None if size can't be parsed """ if util.is_int(size): return int(size) if not size: return None try: return humanfriendly.parse_size(size) except humanfriendly.InvalidSize: logging.debug("Couldn't parse size %r", size)