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  1// Copyright 2005 Google
  2//
  3// Author: Steffen Meschkat <mesch@google.com>
  4//
  5// Miscellaneous utility and placeholder functions.
  6
  7// Dummy implmentation for the logging functions. Replace by something
  8// useful when you want to debug.
  9function xpathLog(msg) {};
 10function xsltLog(msg) {};
 11function xsltLogXml(msg) {};
 12
 13var ajaxsltIsIE6 = navigator.appVersion.match(/MSIE 6.0/);
 14
 15// Throws an exception if false.
 16function assert(b) {
 17  if (!b) {
 18    throw "Assertion failed";
 19  }
 20}
 21
 22// Splits a string s at all occurrences of character c. This is like
 23// the split() method of the string object, but IE omits empty
 24// strings, which violates the invariant (s.split(x).join(x) == s).
 25function stringSplit(s, c) {
 26  var a = s.indexOf(c);
 27  if (a == -1) {
 28    return [ s ];
 29  }
 30  var parts = [];
 31  parts.push(s.substr(0,a));
 32  while (a != -1) {
 33    var a1 = s.indexOf(c, a + 1);
 34    if (a1 != -1) {
 35      parts.push(s.substr(a + 1, a1 - a - 1));
 36    } else {
 37      parts.push(s.substr(a + 1));
 38    }
 39    a = a1;
 40  }
 41  return parts;
 42}
 43
 44// The following function does what document.importNode(node, true)
 45// would do for us here; however that method is broken in Safari/1.3,
 46// so we have to emulate it.
 47function xmlImportNode(doc, node) {
 48  if (node.nodeType == DOM_TEXT_NODE) {
 49    return domCreateTextNode(doc, node.nodeValue);
 50
 51  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_CDATA_SECTION_NODE) {
 52    return domCreateCDATASection(doc, node.nodeValue);
 53
 54  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_ELEMENT_NODE) {
 55    var newNode = domCreateElement(doc, node.nodeName);
 56    for (var i = 0; i < node.attributes.length; ++i) {
 57      var an = node.attributes[i];
 58      var name = an.nodeName;
 59      var value = an.nodeValue;
 60      domSetAttribute(newNode, name, value);
 61    }
 62
 63    for (var c = node.firstChild; c; c = c.nextSibling) {
 64      var cn = arguments.callee(doc, c);
 65      domAppendChild(newNode, cn);
 66    }
 67
 68    return newNode;
 69
 70  } else {
 71    return domCreateComment(doc, node.nodeName);
 72  }
 73}
 74
 75// A set data structure. It can also be used as a map (i.e. the keys
 76// can have values other than 1), but we don't call it map because it
 77// would be ambiguous in this context. Also, the map is iterable, so
 78// we can use it to replace for-in loops over core javascript Objects.
 79// For-in iteration breaks when Object.prototype is modified, which
 80// some clients of the maps API do.
 81//
 82// NOTE(mesch): The set keys by the string value of its element, NOT
 83// by the typed value. In particular, objects can't be used as keys.
 84//
 85// @constructor
 86function Set() {
 87  this.keys = [];
 88}
 89
 90Set.prototype.size = function() {
 91  return this.keys.length;
 92}
 93
 94// Adds the entry to the set, ignoring if it is present.
 95Set.prototype.add = function(key, opt_value) {
 96  var value = opt_value || 1;
 97  if (!this.contains(key)) {
 98    this[':' + key] = value;
 99    this.keys.push(key);
100  }
101}
102
103// Sets the entry in the set, adding if it is not yet present.
104Set.prototype.set = function(key, opt_value) {
105  var value = opt_value || 1;
106  if (!this.contains(key)) {
107    this[':' + key] = value;
108    this.keys.push(key);
109  } else {
110    this[':' + key] = value;
111  }
112}
113
114// Increments the key's value by 1. This works around the fact that
115// numbers are always passed by value, never by reference, so that we
116// can't increment the value returned by get(), or the iterator
117// argument. Sets the key's value to 1 if it doesn't exist yet.
118Set.prototype.inc = function(key) {
119  if (!this.contains(key)) {
120    this[':' + key] = 1;
121    this.keys.push(key);
122  } else {
123    this[':' + key]++;
124  }
125}
126
127Set.prototype.get = function(key) {
128  if (this.contains(key)) {
129    return this[':' + key];
130  } else {
131    var undefined;
132    return undefined;
133  }
134}
135
136// Removes the entry from the set.
137Set.prototype.remove = function(key) {
138  if (this.contains(key)) {
139    delete this[':' + key];
140    removeFromArray(this.keys, key, true);
141  }
142}
143
144// Tests if an entry is in the set.
145Set.prototype.contains = function(entry) {
146  return typeof this[':' + entry] != 'undefined';
147}
148
149// Gets a list of values in the set.
150Set.prototype.items = function() {
151  var list = [];
152  for (var i = 0; i < this.keys.length; ++i) {
153    var k = this.keys[i];
154    var v = this[':' + k];
155    list.push(v);
156  }
157  return list;
158}
159
160
161// Invokes function f for every key value pair in the set as a method
162// of the set.
163Set.prototype.map = function(f) {
164  for (var i = 0; i < this.keys.length; ++i) {
165    var k = this.keys[i];
166    f.call(this, k, this[':' + k]);
167  }
168}
169
170Set.prototype.clear = function() {
171  for (var i = 0; i < this.keys.length; ++i) {
172    delete this[':' + this.keys[i]];
173  }
174  this.keys.length = 0;
175}
176
177
178// Applies the given function to each element of the array, preserving
179// this, and passing the index.
180function mapExec(array, func) {
181  for (var i = 0; i < array.length; ++i) {
182    func.call(this, array[i], i);
183  }
184}
185
186// Returns an array that contains the return value of the given
187// function applied to every element of the input array.
188function mapExpr(array, func) {
189  var ret = [];
190  for (var i = 0; i < array.length; ++i) {
191    ret.push(func(array[i]));
192  }
193  return ret;
194};
195
196// Reverses the given array in place.
197function reverseInplace(array) {
198  for (var i = 0; i < array.length / 2; ++i) {
199    var h = array[i];
200    var ii = array.length - i - 1;
201    array[i] = array[ii];
202    array[ii] = h;
203  }
204}
205
206// Removes value from array. Returns the number of instances of value
207// that were removed from array.
208function removeFromArray(array, value, opt_notype) {
209  var shift = 0;
210  for (var i = 0; i < array.length; ++i) {
211    if (array[i] === value || (opt_notype && array[i] == value)) {
212      array.splice(i--, 1);
213      shift++;
214    }
215  }
216  return shift;
217}
218
219// Shallow-copies an array to the end of another array
220// Basically Array.concat, but works with other non-array collections
221function copyArray(dst, src) {
222  if (!src) return;
223  var dstLength = dst.length;
224  for (var i = src.length - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
225    dst[i+dstLength] = src[i];
226  }
227}
228
229/**
230 * This is an optimization for copying attribute lists in IE. IE includes many
231 * extraneous properties in its DOM attribute lists, which take require
232 * significant extra processing when evaluating attribute steps. With this
233 * function, we ignore any such attributes that has an empty string value.
234 */
235function copyArrayIgnoringAttributesWithoutValue(dst, src)
236{
237  if (!src) return;
238  for (var i = src.length - 1; i >= 0; --i) {
239    // this test will pass so long as the attribute has a non-empty string
240    // value, even if that value is "false", "0", "undefined", etc.
241    if (src[i].nodeValue) {
242      dst.push(src[i]);
243    }
244  }
245}
246
247// Returns the text value of a node; for nodes without children this
248// is the nodeValue, for nodes with children this is the concatenation
249// of the value of all children. Browser-specific optimizations are used by
250// default; they can be disabled by passing "true" in as the second parameter.
251function xmlValue(node, disallowBrowserSpecificOptimization) {
252  if (!node) {
253    return '';
254  }
255
256  var ret = '';
257  if (node.nodeType == DOM_TEXT_NODE ||
258      node.nodeType == DOM_CDATA_SECTION_NODE) {
259    ret += node.nodeValue;
260
261  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_ATTRIBUTE_NODE) {
262    if (ajaxsltIsIE6) {
263      ret += xmlValueIE6Hack(node);
264    } else {
265      ret += node.nodeValue;
266    }
267  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_ELEMENT_NODE ||
268             node.nodeType == DOM_DOCUMENT_NODE ||
269             node.nodeType == DOM_DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE) {
270    if (!disallowBrowserSpecificOptimization) {
271      // IE, Safari, Opera, and friends
272      var innerText = node.innerText;
273      if (innerText != undefined) {
274        return innerText;
275      }
276      // Firefox
277      var textContent = node.textContent;
278      if (textContent != undefined) {
279        return textContent;
280      }
281    }
282    // pobrecito!
283    var len = node.childNodes.length;
284    for (var i = 0; i < len; ++i) {
285      ret += arguments.callee(node.childNodes[i]);
286    }
287  }
288  return ret;
289}
290
291function xmlValueIE6Hack(node) {
292    // Issue 19, IE6 mangles href attribute when it's a javascript: url
293    var nodeName = node.nodeName;
294    var nodeValue = node.nodeValue;
295    if (nodeName.length != 4) return nodeValue;
296    if (!/^href$/i.test(nodeName)) return nodeValue;
297    if (!/^javascript:/.test(nodeValue)) return nodeValue;
298    return unescape(nodeValue);
299}
300
301// Returns the representation of a node as XML text.
302function xmlText(node, opt_cdata) {
303  var buf = [];
304  xmlTextR(node, buf, opt_cdata);
305  return buf.join('');
306}
307
308function xmlTextR(node, buf, cdata) {
309  if (node.nodeType == DOM_TEXT_NODE) {
310    buf.push(xmlEscapeText(node.nodeValue));
311
312  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_CDATA_SECTION_NODE) {
313    if (cdata) {
314      buf.push(node.nodeValue);
315    } else {
316      buf.push('<![CDATA[' + node.nodeValue + ']]>');
317    }
318
319  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_COMMENT_NODE) {
320    buf.push('<!--' + node.nodeValue + '-->');
321
322  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_ELEMENT_NODE) {
323    buf.push('<' + xmlFullNodeName(node));
324    for (var i = 0; i < node.attributes.length; ++i) {
325      var a = node.attributes[i];
326      if (a && a.nodeName && a.nodeValue) {
327        buf.push(' ' + xmlFullNodeName(a) + '="' +
328                 xmlEscapeAttr(a.nodeValue) + '"');
329      }
330    }
331
332    if (node.childNodes.length == 0) {
333      buf.push('/>');
334    } else {
335      buf.push('>');
336      for (var i = 0; i < node.childNodes.length; ++i) {
337        arguments.callee(node.childNodes[i], buf, cdata);
338      }
339      buf.push('</' + xmlFullNodeName(node) + '>');
340    }
341
342  } else if (node.nodeType == DOM_DOCUMENT_NODE ||
343             node.nodeType == DOM_DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE) {
344    for (var i = 0; i < node.childNodes.length; ++i) {
345      arguments.callee(node.childNodes[i], buf, cdata);
346    }
347  }
348}
349
350function xmlFullNodeName(n) {
351  if (n.prefix && n.nodeName.indexOf(n.prefix + ':') != 0) {
352    return n.prefix + ':' + n.nodeName;
353  } else {
354    return n.nodeName;
355  }
356}
357
358// Escape XML special markup chracters: tag delimiter < > and entity
359// reference start delimiter &. The escaped string can be used in XML
360// text portions (i.e. between tags).
361function xmlEscapeText(s) {
362  return ('' + s).replace(/&/g, '&amp;').replace(/</g, '&lt;').
363    replace(/>/g, '&gt;');
364}
365
366// Escape XML special markup characters: tag delimiter < > entity
367// reference start delimiter & and quotes ". The escaped string can be
368// used in double quoted XML attribute value portions (i.e. in
369// attributes within start tags).
370function xmlEscapeAttr(s) {
371  return xmlEscapeText(s).replace(/\"/g, '&quot;');
372}
373
374// Escape markup in XML text, but don't touch entity references. The
375// escaped string can be used as XML text (i.e. between tags).
376function xmlEscapeTags(s) {
377  return s.replace(/</g, '&lt;').replace(/>/g, '&gt;');
378}
379
380/**
381 * Wrapper function to access the owner document uniformly for document
382 * and other nodes: for the document node, the owner document is the
383 * node itself, for all others it's the ownerDocument property.
384 *
385 * @param {Node} node
386 * @return {Document}
387 */
388function xmlOwnerDocument(node) {
389  if (node.nodeType == DOM_DOCUMENT_NODE) {
390    return node;
391  } else {
392    return node.ownerDocument;
393  }
394}
395
396// Wrapper around DOM methods so we can condense their invocations.
397function domGetAttribute(node, name) {
398  return node.getAttribute(name);
399}
400
401function domSetAttribute(node, name, value) {
402  return node.setAttribute(name, value);
403}
404
405function domRemoveAttribute(node, name) {
406  return node.removeAttribute(name);
407}
408
409function domAppendChild(node, child) {
410  return node.appendChild(child);
411}
412
413function domRemoveChild(node, child) {
414  return node.removeChild(child);
415}
416
417function domReplaceChild(node, newChild, oldChild) {
418  return node.replaceChild(newChild, oldChild);
419}
420
421function domInsertBefore(node, newChild, oldChild) {
422  return node.insertBefore(newChild, oldChild);
423}
424
425function domRemoveNode(node) {
426  return domRemoveChild(node.parentNode, node);
427}
428
429function domCreateTextNode(doc, text) {
430  return doc.createTextNode(text);
431}
432
433function domCreateElement(doc, name) {
434  return doc.createElement(name);
435}
436
437function domCreateAttribute(doc, name) {
438  return doc.createAttribute(name);
439}
440
441function domCreateCDATASection(doc, data) {
442  return doc.createCDATASection(data);
443}
444
445function domCreateComment(doc, text) {
446  return doc.createComment(text);
447}
448
449function domCreateDocumentFragment(doc) {
450  return doc.createDocumentFragment();
451}
452
453function domGetElementById(doc, id) {
454  return doc.getElementById(id);
455}
456
457// Same for window methods.
458function windowSetInterval(win, fun, time) {
459  return win.setInterval(fun, time);
460}
461
462function windowClearInterval(win, id) {
463  return win.clearInterval(id);
464}
465
466/**
467 * Escape the special regular expression characters when the regular expression
468 * is specified as a string.
469 *
470 * Based on: http://simonwillison.net/2006/Jan/20/escape/
471 */
472RegExp.escape = (function() {
473  var specials = [
474    '/', '.', '*', '+', '?', '|', '^', '$',
475    '(', ')', '[', ']', '{', '}', '\\'
476  ];
477    
478  var sRE = new RegExp(
479    '(\\' + specials.join('|\\') + ')', 'g'
480  );
481    
482  return function(text) {
483    return text.replace(sRE, '\\$1');
484  }
485})();
486
487/**
488 * Determines whether a predicate expression contains a "positional selector".
489 * A positional selector filters nodes from the nodelist input based on their
490 * position within that list. When such selectors are encountered, the
491 * evaluation of the predicate cannot be depth-first, because the positional
492 * selector may be based on the result of evaluating predicates that precede
493 * it.
494 */
495function predicateExprHasPositionalSelector(expr, isRecursiveCall) {
496  if (!expr) {
497    return false;
498  }
499  if (!isRecursiveCall && exprReturnsNumberValue(expr)) {
500    // this is a "proximity position"-based predicate
501    return true;
502  }
503  if (expr instanceof FunctionCallExpr) {
504    var value = expr.name.value;
505    return (value == 'last' || value == 'position');
506  }
507  if (expr instanceof BinaryExpr) {
508    return (
509      predicateExprHasPositionalSelector(expr.expr1, true) ||
510      predicateExprHasPositionalSelector(expr.expr2, true));
511  }
512  return false;
513}
514
515function exprReturnsNumberValue(expr) {
516  if (expr instanceof FunctionCallExpr) {
517    var isMember = {
518      last: true
519      , position: true
520      , count: true
521      , 'string-length': true
522      , number: true
523      , sum: true
524      , floor: true
525      , ceiling: true
526      , round: true
527    };
528    return isMember[expr.name.value];
529  }
530  else if (expr instanceof UnaryMinusExpr) {
531    return true;
532  }
533  else if (expr instanceof BinaryExpr) {
534    var isMember = {
535      '+': true
536      , '-': true
537      , '*': true
538      , mod: true
539      , div: true
540    };
541    return isMember[expr.op.value];
542  }
543  else if (expr instanceof NumberExpr) {
544    return true;
545  }
546  return false;
547}
548
549