Source code for mdit_py_plugins.attrs.index

from typing import List, Optional, Sequence

from markdown_it import MarkdownIt
from markdown_it.rules_block import StateBlock
from markdown_it.rules_core import StateCore
from markdown_it.rules_inline import StateInline
from markdown_it.token import Token

from mdit_py_plugins.utils import is_code_block

from .parse import ParseError, parse

[docs]def attrs_plugin( md: MarkdownIt, *, after: Sequence[str] = ("image", "code_inline", "link_close", "span_close"), spans: bool = False, span_after: str = "link", ) -> None: """Parse inline attributes that immediately follow certain inline elements:: ![alt]({#id .a b=c} This syntax is inspired by `Djot spans <>`_. Inside the curly braces, the following syntax is possible: - `.foo` specifies foo as a class. Multiple classes may be given in this way; they will be combined. - `#foo` specifies foo as an identifier. An element may have only one identifier; if multiple identifiers are given, the last one is used. - `key="value"` or `key=value` specifies a key-value attribute. Quotes are not needed when the value consists entirely of ASCII alphanumeric characters or `_` or `:` or `-`. Backslash escapes may be used inside quoted values. - `%` begins a comment, which ends with the next `%` or the end of the attribute (`}`). Multiple attribute blocks are merged. :param md: The MarkdownIt instance to modify. :param after: The names of inline elements after which attributes may be specified. This plugin does not support attributes after emphasis, strikethrough or text elements, which all require post-parse processing. :param spans: If True, also parse attributes after spans of text, encapsulated by `[]`. Note Markdown link references take precedence over this syntax. :param span_after: The name of an inline rule after which spans may be specified. """ def _attr_inline_rule(state: StateInline, silent: bool) -> bool: if state.pending or not state.tokens: return False token = state.tokens[-1] if token.type not in after: return False try: new_pos, attrs = parse(state.src[state.pos :]) except ParseError: return False token_index = _find_opening(state.tokens, len(state.tokens) - 1) if token_index is None: return False state.pos += new_pos + 1 if not silent: attr_token = state.tokens[token_index] if "class" in attrs and "class" in token.attrs: attrs["class"] = f"{attr_token.attrs['class']} {attrs['class']}" attr_token.attrs.update(attrs) return True if spans: md.inline.ruler.after(span_after, "span", _span_rule) if after: md.inline.ruler.push("attr", _attr_inline_rule)
[docs]def attrs_block_plugin(md: MarkdownIt) -> None: """Parse block attributes. Block attributes are attributes on a single line, with no other content. They attach the specified attributes to the block below them:: {.a #b c=1} A paragraph, that will be assigned the class ``a`` and the identifier ``b``. Attributes can be stacked, with classes accumulating and lower attributes overriding higher:: {#a .a c=1} {#b .b c=2} A paragraph, that will be assigned the class ``a b c``, and the identifier ``b``. This syntax is inspired by Djot block attributes. """ md.block.ruler.before("fence", "attr", _attr_block_rule) md.core.ruler.after("block", "attr", _attr_resolve_block_rule)
def _find_opening(tokens: List[Token], index: int) -> Optional[int]: """Find the opening token index, if the token is closing.""" if tokens[index].nesting != -1: return index level = 0 while index >= 0: level += tokens[index].nesting if level == 0: return index index -= 1 return None def _span_rule(state: StateInline, silent: bool) -> bool: if state.src[state.pos] != "[": return False maximum = state.posMax labelStart = state.pos + 1 labelEnd =, state.pos, False) # parser failed to find ']', so it's not a valid span if labelEnd < 0: return False pos = labelEnd + 1 # check not at end of inline if pos >= maximum: return False try: new_pos, attrs = parse(state.src[pos:]) except ParseError: return False pos += new_pos + 1 if not silent: state.pos = labelStart state.posMax = labelEnd token = state.push("span_open", "span", 1) token.attrs = attrs # type: ignore token = state.push("span_close", "span", -1) state.pos = pos state.posMax = maximum return True def _attr_block_rule( state: StateBlock, startLine: int, endLine: int, silent: bool ) -> bool: """Find a block of attributes. The block must be a single line that begins with a `{`, after three or less spaces, and end with a `}` followed by any number if spaces. """ if is_code_block(state, startLine): return False pos = state.bMarks[startLine] + state.tShift[startLine] maximum = state.eMarks[startLine] # if it doesn't start with a {, it's not an attribute block if state.src[pos] != "{": return False # find first non-space character from the right while maximum > pos and state.src[maximum - 1] in (" ", "\t"): maximum -= 1 # if it doesn't end with a }, it's not an attribute block if maximum <= pos: return False if state.src[maximum - 1] != "}": return False try: new_pos, attrs = parse(state.src[pos:maximum]) except ParseError: return False # if the block was resolved earlier than expected, it's not an attribute block # TODO this was not working in some instances, so I disabled it # if (maximum - 1) != new_pos: # return False if silent: return True token = state.push("attrs_block", "", 0) token.attrs = attrs # type: ignore = [startLine, startLine + 1] state.line = startLine + 1 return True def _attr_resolve_block_rule(state: StateCore) -> None: """Find attribute block then move its attributes to the next block.""" i = 0 len_tokens = len(state.tokens) while i < len_tokens: if state.tokens[i].type != "attrs_block": i += 1 continue if i + 1 < len_tokens: next_token = state.tokens[i + 1] # classes are appended if "class" in state.tokens[i].attrs and "class" in next_token.attrs: state.tokens[i].attrs[ "class" ] = f"{state.tokens[i].attrs['class']} {next_token.attrs['class']}" if next_token.type == "attrs_block": # subsequent attribute blocks take precedence, when merging for key, value in state.tokens[i].attrs.items(): if key == "class" or key not in next_token.attrs: next_token.attrs[key] = value else: # attribute block takes precedence over attributes in other blocks next_token.attrs.update(state.tokens[i].attrs) state.tokens.pop(i) len_tokens -= 1