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# Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is govered by a BSD-style
# license that can be found in the LICENSE file or at
"""Classes and functions for displaying lists of project artifacts.
This file exports classes TableRow and TableCell that help
represent HTML table rows and cells. These classes make rendering
HTML tables that list project artifacts much easier to do with EZT.
import collections
import logging
from third_party import ezt
from framework import framework_constants
from framework import template_helpers
from proto import tracker_pb2
from tracker import tracker_bizobj
def ComputeUnshownColumns(results, shown_columns, config, built_in_cols):
"""Return a list of unshown columns that the user could add.
results: list of search result PBs. Each must have labels.
shown_columns: list of column names to be used in results table.
config: harmonized config for the issue search, including all
well known labels and custom fields.
built_in_cols: list of other column names that are built into the tool.
E.g., star count, or creation date.
List of column names to append to the "..." menu.
unshown_set = set() # lowercases column names
unshown_list = [] # original-case column names
shown_set = {col.lower() for col in shown_columns}
labels_already_seen = set() # whole labels, original case
def _MaybeAddLabel(label_name):
"""Add the key part of the given label if needed."""
if label_name.lower() in labels_already_seen:
if '-' in label_name:
col, _value = label_name.split('-', 1)
def _MaybeAddCol(col):
if col.lower() not in shown_set and col.lower() not in unshown_set:
# The user can always add any of the default columns.
for col in config.default_col_spec.split():
# The user can always add any of the built-in columns.
for col in built_in_cols:
# The user can add a column for any well-known labels
for wkl in config.well_known_labels:
# The user can add a column for any custom field
field_ids_alread_seen = set()
for fd in config.field_defs:
field_lower = fd.field_name.lower()
if field_lower not in shown_set and field_lower not in unshown_set:
# The user can add a column for any key-value label or field in the results.
for r in results:
for label_name in tracker_bizobj.GetLabels(r):
for field_value in r.field_values:
if field_value.field_id not in field_ids_alread_seen:
fd = tracker_bizobj.FindFieldDefByID(field_value.field_id, config)
if fd: # could be None for a foreign field, which we don't display.
field_lower = fd.field_name.lower()
if field_lower not in shown_set and field_lower not in unshown_set:
return sorted(unshown_list)
def ExtractUniqueValues(columns, artifact_list, users_by_id, config):
"""Build a nested list of unique values so the user can auto-filter.
columns: a list of lowercase column name strings, which may contain
combined columns like "priority/pri".
artifact_list: a list of artifacts in the complete set of search results.
users_by_id: dict mapping user_ids to UserViews.
config: ProjectIssueConfig PB for the current project.
[EZTItem(col1, colname1, [val11, val12,...]), ...]
A list of EZTItems, each of which has a col_index, column_name,
and a list of unique values that appear in that column.
column_values = {col_name: {} for col_name in columns}
# For each combined column "a/b/c", add entries that point from "a" back
# to "a/b/c", from "b" back to "a/b/c", and from "c" back to "a/b/c".
combined_column_parts = collections.defaultdict(list)
for col in columns:
if '/' in col:
for col_part in col.split('/'):
unique_labels = set()
for art in artifact_list:
for label in unique_labels:
if '-' in label:
col, val = label.split('-', 1)
col = col.lower()
if col in column_values:
column_values[col][val.lower()] = val
if col in combined_column_parts:
for combined_column in combined_column_parts[col]:
column_values[combined_column][val.lower()] = val
if 'summary' in column_values:
column_values['summary'][label.lower()] = label
# TODO(jrobbins): Consider refacting some of this to tracker_bizobj
# or a new to reduce duplication.
if 'reporter' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
reporter_id = art.reporter_id
if reporter_id and reporter_id in users_by_id:
reporter_username = users_by_id[reporter_id].display_name
column_values['reporter'][reporter_username] = reporter_username
if 'owner' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
owner_id = tracker_bizobj.GetOwnerId(art)
if owner_id and owner_id in users_by_id:
owner_username = users_by_id[owner_id].display_name
column_values['owner'][owner_username] = owner_username
if 'cc' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
cc_ids = tracker_bizobj.GetCcIds(art)
for cc_id in cc_ids:
if cc_id and cc_id in users_by_id:
cc_username = users_by_id[cc_id].display_name
column_values['cc'][cc_username] = cc_username
if 'component' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
all_comp_ids = list(art.component_ids) + list(art.derived_component_ids)
for component_id in all_comp_ids:
cd = tracker_bizobj.FindComponentDefByID(component_id, config)
if cd:
column_values['component'][cd.path] = cd.path
if 'stars' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
star_count = art.star_count
column_values['stars'][star_count] = star_count
if 'status' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
status = tracker_bizobj.GetStatus(art)
if status:
column_values['status'][status.lower()] = status
# TODO(jrobbins): merged into, blocked on, and blocking. And, the ability
# to parse a user query on those fields and do a SQL search.
if 'attachments' in column_values:
for art in artifact_list:
attachment_count = art.attachment_count
column_values['attachments'][attachment_count] = attachment_count
# Add all custom field values if the custom field name is a shown column.
field_id_to_col = {}
for art in artifact_list:
for fv in art.field_values:
field_col, field_type = field_id_to_col.get(fv.field_id, (None, None))
if field_col == 'NOT_SHOWN':
if field_col is None:
fd = tracker_bizobj.FindFieldDefByID(fv.field_id, config)
if not fd:
field_id_to_col[fv.field_id] = 'NOT_SHOWN', None
field_col = fd.field_name.lower()
field_type = fd.field_type
if field_col not in column_values:
field_id_to_col[fv.field_id] = 'NOT_SHOWN', None
field_id_to_col[fv.field_id] = field_col, field_type
if field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.ENUM_TYPE:
continue # Already handled by label parsing
elif field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.INT_TYPE:
val = fv.int_value
elif field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.STR_TYPE:
val = fv.str_value
elif field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.USER_TYPE:
user = users_by_id.get(fv.user_id)
val = if user else framework_constants.NO_USER_NAME
elif field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.DATE_TYPE:
val = fv.int_value # TODO(jrobbins): convert to date
elif field_type == tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.BOOL_TYPE:
val = 'Yes' if fv.int_value else 'No'
column_values[field_col][val] = val
# TODO(jrobbins): make the capitalization of well-known unique label and
# status values match the way it is written in the issue config.
# Return EZTItems for each column in left-to-right display order.
result = []
for i, col_name in enumerate(columns):
# TODO(jrobbins): sort each set of column values top-to-bottom, by the
# order specified in the project artifact config. For now, just sort
# lexicographically to make expected output defined.
sorted_col_values = sorted(column_values[col_name].values())
col_index=i, column_name=col_name, filter_values=sorted_col_values))
return result
def MakeTableData(
visible_results, logged_in_user_id, starred_items,
lower_columns, lower_group_by, users_by_id, cell_factories,
id_accessor, related_issues, config):
"""Return a list of list row objects for display by EZT.
visible_results: list of artifacts to display on one pagination page.
logged_in_user_id: user ID of the signed in user, or None.
starred_items: list of IDs/names of items in the current project
that the signed in user has starred.
lower_columns: list of column names to display, all lowercase. These can
be combined column names, e.g., 'priority/pri'.
lower_group_by: list of column names that define row groups, all lowercase.
users_by_id: dict mapping user IDs to UserViews.
cell_factories: dict of functions that each create TableCell objects.
id_accessor: function that maps from an artifact to the ID/name that might
be in the starred items list.
related_issues: dict {issue_id: issue} of pre-fetched related issues.
config: ProjectIssueConfig PB for the current project.
A list of TableRow objects, one for each visible result.
table_data = []
group_cell_factories = [
ChooseCellFactory(group.strip('-'), cell_factories, config)
for group in lower_group_by]
# Make a list of cell factories, one for each column.
factories_to_use = [
ChooseCellFactory(col, cell_factories, config) for col in lower_columns]
current_group = None
for idx, art in enumerate(visible_results):
owner_is_me = ezt.boolean(
logged_in_user_id and
tracker_bizobj.GetOwnerId(art) == logged_in_user_id)
row = MakeRowData(
art, lower_columns, owner_is_me, users_by_id, factories_to_use,
related_issues, config)
row.starred = ezt.boolean(id_accessor(art) in starred_items)
row.idx = idx # EZT does not have loop counters, so add idx.
table_data.append(row) = None
# Also include group information for the first row in each group.
# TODO(jrobbins): This seems like more overhead than we need for the
# common case where no new group heading row is to be inserted.
group = MakeRowData(
art, [group_name.strip('-') for group_name in lower_group_by],
owner_is_me, users_by_id, group_cell_factories, related_issues,
for cell, group_name in zip(group.cells, lower_group_by):
cell.group_name = group_name
if group == current_group:
current_group.rows_in_group += 1
else: = group
current_group = group
current_group.rows_in_group = 1
return table_data
def MakeRowData(
art, columns, owner_is_me, users_by_id, cell_factory_list,
related_issues, config):
"""Make a TableRow for use by EZT when rendering HTML table of results.
art: a project artifact PB
columns: list of lower-case column names
owner_is_me: boolean indicating that the logged in user is the owner
of the current artifact
users_by_id: dictionary {user_id: UserView} with each UserView having
a "display_name" member.
cell_factory_list: list of functions that each create TableCell
objects for a given column.
related_issues: dict {issue_id: issue} of pre-fetched related issues.
config: ProjectIssueConfig PB for the current project.
A TableRow object for use by EZT to render a table of results.
ordered_row_data = []
non_col_labels = []
label_values = collections.defaultdict(list)
flattened_columns = set()
for col in columns:
if '/' in col:
# Group all "Key-Value" labels by key, and separate the "OneWord" labels.
art.labels, flattened_columns, label_values, non_col_labels)
art.derived_labels, flattened_columns, label_values,
non_col_labels, is_derived=True)
# Build up a list of TableCell objects for this row.
for i, col in enumerate(columns):
factory = cell_factory_list[i]
new_cell = factory(
art, col, users_by_id, non_col_labels, label_values, related_issues,
new_cell.col_index = i
return TableRow(ordered_row_data, owner_is_me)
def _AccumulateLabelValues(
labels, columns, label_values, non_col_labels, is_derived=False):
"""Parse OneWord and Key-Value labels for display in a list page.
labels: a list of label strings.
columns: a list of column names.
label_values: mutable dictionary {key: [value, ...]} of label values
seen so far.
non_col_labels: mutable list of OneWord labels seen so far.
is_derived: true if these labels were derived via rules.
Nothing. But, the given label_values dictionary will grow to hold
the values of the key-value labels passed in, and the non_col_labels
list will grow to hold the OneWord labels passed in. These are shown
in label columns, and in the summary column, respectively
for label_name in labels:
if '-' in label_name:
parts = label_name.split('-')
for pivot in range(1, len(parts)):
column_name = '-'.join(parts[:pivot])
value = '-'.join(parts[pivot:])
column_name = column_name.lower()
if column_name in columns:
label_values[column_name].append((value, is_derived))
non_col_labels.append((label_name, is_derived))
class TableRow(object):
"""A tiny auxiliary class to represent a row in an HTML table."""
def __init__(self, cells, owner_is_me):
"""Initialize the table row with the given data."""
self.cells = cells
self.owner_is_me = ezt.boolean(owner_is_me) # Shows tiny ">" on my issues.
# Used by MakeTableData for layout.
self.idx = None = None
self.rows_in_group = None
self.starred = None
def __cmp__(self, other):
"""A row is == if each cell is == to the cells in the other row."""
return cmp(self.cells, other.cells) if other else -1
def DebugString(self):
"""Return a string that is useful for on-page debugging."""
return 'TR(%s)' % self.cells
# TODO(jrobbins): also add unsortable... or change this to a list of operations
# that can be done.
class TableCell(object):
"""Helper class to represent a table cell when rendering using EZT."""
# Should instances of this class be rendered with whitespace:nowrap?
# Subclasses can override this constant, e.g., issuelist TableCellOwner.
NOWRAP = ezt.boolean(False)
def __init__(self, cell_type, explicit_values,
derived_values=None, non_column_labels=None, align='',
"""Store all the given data for later access by EZT."""
self.type = cell_type
self.align = align
self.col_index = 0 # Is set afterward
self.values = []
if non_column_labels:
self.non_column_labels = [
template_helpers.EZTItem(value=v, is_derived=ezt.boolean(d))
for v, d in non_column_labels]
self.non_column_labels = []
for v in (sorted(explicit_values) if sort_values else explicit_values):
if derived_values:
for v in (sorted(derived_values) if sort_values else derived_values):
self.values.append(CellItem(v, is_derived=True))
def __cmp__(self, other):
"""A cell is == if each value is == to the values in the other cells."""
return cmp(self.values, other.values) if other else -1
def DebugString(self):
return 'TC(%r, %r, %r)' % (
[v.DebugString() for v in self.values],
def CompositeTableCell(columns_to_combine, cell_factories):
"""Cell factory that combines multiple cells in a combined column."""
class FactoryClass(TableCell):
def __init__(self, art, _col, users_by_id,
non_col_labels, label_values, related_issues, config):
TableCell.__init__(self, CELL_TYPE_UNFILTERABLE, [])
for sub_col in columns_to_combine:
sub_factory = ChooseCellFactory(sub_col, cell_factories, config)
sub_cell = sub_factory(
art, sub_col, users_by_id, non_col_labels, label_values,
related_issues, config)
return FactoryClass
class CellItem(object):
"""Simple class to display one part of a table cell's value, with style."""
def __init__(self, item, is_derived=False):
self.item = item
self.is_derived = ezt.boolean(is_derived)
def __cmp__(self, other):
return cmp(self.item, other.item) if other else -1
def DebugString(self):
if self.is_derived:
return 'CI(derived: %r)' % self.item
return 'CI(%r)' % self.item
class TableCellKeyLabels(TableCell):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing user-defined label values."""
def __init__(
self, _art, col, _users_by_id, _non_col_labels,
label_values, _related_issues, _config):
label_value_pairs = label_values.get(col, [])
explicit_values = [value for value, is_derived in label_value_pairs
if not is_derived]
derived_values = [value for value, is_derived in label_value_pairs
if is_derived]
TableCell.__init__(self, CELL_TYPE_ATTR, explicit_values,
class TableCellProject(TableCell):
"""TableCell subclass for showing an artifact's project name."""
# pylint: disable=unused-argument
def __init__(
self, art, col, users_by_id, non_col_labels, label_values,
_related_issues, _config):
self, CELL_TYPE_ATTR, [art.project_name])
class TableCellStars(TableCell):
"""TableCell subclass for showing an artifact's star count."""
# pylint: disable=unused-argument
def __init__(
self, art, col, users_by_id, non_col_labels, label_values,
_related_issues, _config):
self, CELL_TYPE_ATTR, [art.star_count], align='right')
class TableCellSummary(TableCell):
"""TableCell subclass for showing an artifact's summary."""
# pylint: disable=unused-argument
def __init__(
self, art, col, users_by_id, non_col_labels, label_values,
_related_issues, _config):
self, CELL_TYPE_SUMMARY, [art.summary],
class TableCellCustom(TableCell):
"""Abstract TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom fields."""
def __init__(
self, art, col, users_by_id, _non_col_labels,
_label_values, _related_issues, config):
explicit_values = []
derived_values = []
for fv in art.field_values:
# TODO(jrobbins): for cross-project search this could be a list.
fd = tracker_bizobj.FindFieldDefByID(fv.field_id, config)
if fd.field_name.lower() == col:
val = self.ExtractValue(fv, users_by_id)
if fv.derived:
TableCell.__init__(self, CELL_TYPE_ATTR, explicit_values,
def ExtractValue(self, fv, _users_by_id):
return 'field-id-%d-not-implemented-yet' % fv.field_id
class TableCellCustomInt(TableCellCustom):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom int fields."""
def ExtractValue(self, fv, _users_by_id):
return fv.int_value
class TableCellCustomStr(TableCellCustom):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom str fields."""
def ExtractValue(self, fv, _users_by_id):
return fv.str_value
class TableCellCustomUser(TableCellCustom):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom user fields."""
def ExtractValue(self, fv, users_by_id):
if fv.user_id in users_by_id:
return users_by_id[fv.user_id].email
return 'USER_%d' % fv.user_id
class TableCellCustomDate(TableCellCustom):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom date fields."""
def ExtractValue(self, fv, _users_by_id):
# TODO(jrobbins): convert timestamp to formatted date and time
return fv.int_value
class TableCellCustomBool(TableCellCustom):
"""TableCell subclass specifically for showing custom int fields."""
def ExtractValue(self, fv, _users_by_id):
return 'Yes' if fv.int_value else 'No'
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.ENUM_TYPE: TableCellKeyLabels,
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.INT_TYPE: TableCellCustomInt,
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.STR_TYPE: TableCellCustomStr,
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.USER_TYPE: TableCellCustomUser,
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.DATE_TYPE: TableCellCustomDate,
tracker_pb2.FieldTypes.BOOL_TYPE: TableCellCustomBool,
def ChooseCellFactory(col, cell_factories, config):
"""Return the CellFactory to use for the given column."""
if col in cell_factories:
return cell_factories[col]
if '/' in col:
return CompositeTableCell(col.split('/'), cell_factories)
fd = tracker_bizobj.FindFieldDef(col, config)
if fd:
return _CUSTOM_FIELD_CELL_FACTORIES[fd.field_type]
return TableCellKeyLabels