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Image.py

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# WARRANTIES OF TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, AGAINST INFRINGEMENT, AND FITNESS
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""" This module implements a portal-managed Image class. It is based on
Zope's built-in Image object.

$Id: Image.py,v 1.23.4.5 2004/08/07 19:24:09 shh Exp $
"""

from Globals import InitializeClass
from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo

from Products.CMFCore.PortalContent import PortalContent
from DublinCore import DefaultDublinCoreImpl

from Products.CMFCore.CMFCorePermissions import View
from Products.CMFCore.CMFCorePermissions import ModifyPortalContent
from Products.CMFCore.WorkflowCore import WorkflowAction

factory_type_information = (
  { 'id'             : 'Image'
  , 'meta_type'      : 'Portal Image'
  , 'description'    : """\
Image objects can be embedded in Portal documents.
"""
  , 'icon'           : 'image_icon.gif'
  , 'product'        : 'CMFDefault'
  , 'factory'        : 'addImage'
  , 'immediate_view' : 'metadata_edit_form'
  , 'actions'        : ( { 'id'            : 'view'
                         , 'name'          : 'View'
                         , 'action': 'string:${object_url}/image_view'
                         , 'permissions'   : (View,)
                         }
                       , { 'id'            : 'edit'
                         , 'name'          : 'Edit'
                         , 'action': 'string:${object_url}/image_edit_form'
                         , 'permissions'   : (ModifyPortalContent,)
                         }
                       , { 'id'            : 'metadata'
                         , 'name'          : 'Metadata'
                         , 'action': 'string:${object_url}/metadata_edit_form'
                         , 'permissions'   : (ModifyPortalContent,)
                         }
                       )
  }
,
)

import OFS.Image

def addImage( self
            , id
            , title=''
            , file=''
            , content_type=''
            , precondition=''
            , subject=()
            , description=''
            , contributors=()
            , effective_date=None
            , expiration_date=None
            , format='image/png'
            , language=''
            , rights=''
            ):
    """
        Add an Image
    """

    # cookId sets the id and title if they are not explicity specified
    id, title = OFS.Image.cookId(id, title, file)

    self=self.this()

    # Instantiate the object and set its description.
    iobj = Image( id, title, '', content_type, precondition, subject
                , description, contributors, effective_date, expiration_date
                , format, language, rights
                )

    # Add the Image instance to self
    self._setObject(id, iobj)

    # 'Upload' the image.  This is done now rather than in the
    # constructor because it's faster (see File.py.)
    self._getOb(id).manage_upload(file)


00099 class Image( OFS.Image.Image
           , PortalContent
           , DefaultDublinCoreImpl
           ):
    """
        A Portal-managed Image
    """

    # The order of base classes is very significant in this case.
    # Image.Image does not store it's id in it's 'id' attribute.
    # Rather, it has an 'id' method which returns the contents of the
    # instnace's __name__ attribute.  Inheriting in the other order
    # obscures this method, resulting in much pulling of hair and
    # gnashing of teeth and fraying of nerves.  Don't do it.
    #
    # Really.
    #
    # Note that if you use getId() to retrieve an object's ID, you will avoid
    # this problem altogether. getId is the new way, accessing .id is
    # deprecated.

    __implements__ = ( PortalContent.__implements__
                     , DefaultDublinCoreImpl.__implements__
                     )

    meta_type='Portal Image'
    effective_date = expiration_date = None
    _isDiscussable = 1
    icon = PortalContent.icon

    security = ClassSecurityInfo()

    def __init__( self
                , id
                , title=''
                , file=''
                , content_type=''
                , precondition=''
                , subject=()
                , description=''
                , contributors=()
                , effective_date=None
                , expiration_date=None
                , format='image/png'
                , language='en-US'
                , rights=''
                ):
        OFS.Image.File.__init__( self, id, title, file
                               , content_type, precondition )
        DefaultDublinCoreImpl.__init__( self, title, subject, description
                               , contributors, effective_date, expiration_date
                               , format, language, rights )

    security.declareProtected(View, 'SearchableText')
00153     def SearchableText(self):
        """
            SeachableText is used for full text seraches of a portal.
            It should return a concatanation of all useful text.
        """
        return "%s %s" % (self.title, self.description)

    security.declarePrivate('manage_afterAdd')
00161     def manage_afterAdd(self, item, container):
        """Both of my parents have an afterAdd method"""
        OFS.Image.Image.manage_afterAdd(self, item, container)
        PortalContent.manage_afterAdd(self, item, container)

    security.declarePrivate('manage_afterClone')
00167     def manage_afterClone(self, item):
        """Both of my parents have an afterClone method"""
        OFS.Image.Image.manage_afterClone(self, item)
        PortalContent.manage_afterClone(self, item)

    security.declarePrivate('manage_beforeDelete')
00173     def manage_beforeDelete(self, item, container):
        """Both of my parents have a beforeDelete method"""
        PortalContent.manage_beforeDelete(self, item, container)
        OFS.Image.Image.manage_beforeDelete(self, item, container)

    security.declarePrivate('_isNotEmpty')
00179     def _isNotEmpty(self, file):
        """ Do various checks on 'file' to try to determine non emptiness. """
        if not file:
            return 0                    # Catches None, Missing.Value, ''
        elif file and (type(file) is type('')):
            return 1
        elif getattr(file, 'filename', None):
            return 1
        elif not hasattr(file, 'read'):
            return 0
        else:
            file.seek(0,2)              # 0 bytes back from end of file
            t = file.tell()             # Report the location
            file.seek(0)                # and return pointer back to 0
            if t: return 1
            else: return 0

    security.declarePrivate('_edit')
00197     def _edit(self, precondition='', file=''):
        """ Update image. """
        if precondition: self.precondition = precondition
        elif self.precondition: del self.precondition

        if self._isNotEmpty(file):
            self.manage_upload(file)

    security.declareProtected(ModifyPortalContent, 'edit')
00206     def edit(self, precondition='', file=''):
        """ Update and reindex. """
        self._edit( precondition, file )
        self.reindexObject()

    edit = WorkflowAction(edit)

    security.declareProtected(View, 'index_html')
00214     def index_html(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE):
        """
        Display the image, with or without standard_html_[header|footer],
        as appropriate.
        """
        #if REQUEST['PATH_INFO'][-10:] == 'index_html':
        #    return self.view(self, REQUEST)
        return OFS.Image.Image.index_html(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE)

    security.declareProtected(View, 'Format')
00224     def Format(self):
        """ Dublin Core element - resource format """
        return self.content_type

    security.declareProtected(ModifyPortalContent, 'setFormat')
00229     def setFormat(self, format):
        """ Dublin Core element - resource format """
        self.manage_changeProperties(content_type=format)

    security.declareProtected(ModifyPortalContent, 'PUT')
00234     def PUT(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE):
        """ Handle HTTP (and presumably FTP?) PUT requests """
        OFS.Image.Image.PUT( self, REQUEST, RESPONSE )
        self.reindexObject()

InitializeClass(Image)

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