Source code for helper

from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse, NoReverseMatch
from django.utils.safestring import mark_safe

from utils import render_field
[docs]class FormHelpersException(Exception): """ This is raised when building a form via helpers throws an error. We want to catch form helper errors as soon as possible because debugging templatetags is never fun. """ pass
[docs]class FormHelper(object): """ This class controls the form rendering behavior of the form passed to the `{% crispy %}` tag. For doing so you will need to set its attributes and pass the corresponding helper object to the tag:: {% crispy form form.helper %} Let's see what attributes you can set and what form behaviors they apply to: **form_method**: Specifies form method attribute. You can see it to 'POST' or 'GET'. Defaults to 'POST' **form_action**: Applied to the form action attribute: - Can be a named url in your URLconf that can be executed via the `{% url %}` template tag. \ Example: 'show_my_profile'. In your URLconf you could have something like:: url(r'^show/profile/$', 'show_my_profile_view', name = 'show_my_profile') - It can simply point to a URL '/whatever/blabla/'. **form_id**: Generates a form id for dom identification. If no id provided then no id attribute is created on the form. **form_class**: String containing separated CSS clases to be applied to form class attribute. The form will always have by default 'uniForm' class. **form_tag**: It specifies if <form></form> tags should be rendered when using a Layout. If set to False it renders the form without the <form></form> tags. Defaults to True. **form_error_title**: If a form has `non_field_errors` to display, they are rendered in a div. You can set title's div with this attribute. Example: "Oooops!" or "Form Errors" **formset_error_title**: If a formset has `non_form_errors` to display, they are rendered in a div. You can set title's div with this attribute. **form_style**: Uni-form has two built in different form styles. You can choose your favorite. This can be set to "default" or "inline". Defaults to "default". Public Methods: **add_input(input)**: You can add input buttons using this method. Inputs added using this method will be rendered at the end of the form/formset. **add_layout(layout)**: You can add a `Layout` object to `FormHelper`. The Layout specifies in a simple, clean and DRY way how the form fields should be rendered. You can wrap fields, order them, customize pretty much anything in the form. Best way to add a helper to a form is adding a property named helper to the form that returns customized `FormHelper` object:: from crispy_forms.helper import FormHelper from crispy_forms.layout import Submit class MyForm(forms.Form): title = forms.CharField(_("Title")) @property def helper(self): helper = FormHelper() helper.form_id = 'this-form-rocks' helper.form_class = 'search' helper.add_input(Submit('save', 'save')) [...] return helper You can use it in a template doing:: {% load crispy_forms_tags %} {% crispy form %} """ _form_method = 'post' _form_action = '' _form_style = 'default' form_id = '' form_class = '' inputs = [] layout = None form_tag = True form_error_title = None formset_error_title = None form_show_errors = True render_unmentioned_fields = False help_text_inline = False def __init__(self): self.inputs = self.inputs[:] def get_form_method(self): return self._form_method def set_form_method(self, method): if method.lower() not in ('get', 'post'): raise FormHelpersException('Only GET and POST are valid in the \ form_method helper attribute') self._form_method = method.lower() # we set properties the old way because we want to support pre-2.6 python form_method = property(get_form_method, set_form_method) def get_form_action(self): try: return reverse(self._form_action) except NoReverseMatch: return self._form_action def set_form_action(self, action): self._form_action = action # we set properties the old way because we want to support pre-2.6 python form_action = property(get_form_action, set_form_action) def get_form_style(self): if self._form_style == "default": return '' if self._form_style == "inline": return 'inlineLabels' def set_form_style(self, style): if style.lower() not in ('default', 'inline'): raise FormHelpersException('Only default and inline are valid in the \ form_style helper attribute') self._form_style = style.lower() form_style = property(get_form_style, set_form_style) def add_input(self, input_object): self.inputs.append(input_object) def add_layout(self, layout): self.layout = layout
[docs] def render_layout(self, form, context): """ Returns safe html of the rendering of the layout """ form.rendered_fields = set() # This renders the specifed Layout html = self.layout.render(form, self.form_style, context) if self.render_unmentioned_fields: fields = set(form.fields.keys()) left_fields_to_render = fields - form.rendered_fields for field in left_fields_to_render: html += render_field(field, form, self.form_style, context) # If the user has meta fields defined, not included in the layout # we suppose they need to be rendered. Othewise we renderd the # layout fields strictly if getattr(form, 'Meta', None): # Take the fields from the instance since the user might have deleted some fields = set(getattr(form, 'fields', [])) exclude = set(getattr(form.Meta, 'exclude', [])) left_fields_to_render = fields - exclude - form.rendered_fields for field in left_fields_to_render: html += render_field(field, form, self.form_style, context) return mark_safe(html)
[docs] def get_attributes(self): """ Used by crispy_forms_tags to get helper attributes """ items = {} items['form_method'] = self.form_method.strip() items['form_tag'] = self.form_tag items['form_style'] = self.form_style.strip() items['form_show_errors'] = self.form_show_errors items['help_text_inline'] = self.help_text_inline if self.form_action: items['form_action'] = self.form_action.strip() if self.form_id: items['id'] = self.form_id.strip() if self.form_class: items['class'] = self.form_class.strip() if self.inputs: items['inputs'] = self.inputs if self.form_error_title: items['form_error_title'] = self.form_error_title.strip() if self.formset_error_title: items['formset_error_title'] = self.formset_error_title.strip() for attribute_name, value in self.__dict__.items(): if attribute_name not in items and attribute_name not in ['layout', 'inputs'] and not attribute_name.startswith('_'): items[attribute_name] = value return items

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