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authorGuillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>2008-03-31 23:50:16 +0200
committerGuillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>2008-03-31 23:50:16 +0200
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* Import dojo
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diff --git a/media/dojo/AdapterRegistry.js b/media/dojo/AdapterRegistry.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.AdapterRegistry"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.AdapterRegistry"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.AdapterRegistry");
+
+dojo.AdapterRegistry = function(/*Boolean?*/ returnWrappers){
+ // summary:
+ // A registry to make contextual calling/searching easier.
+ // description:
+ // Objects of this class keep list of arrays in the form [name, check,
+ // wrap, directReturn] that are used to determine what the contextual
+ // result of a set of checked arguments is. All check/wrap functions
+ // in this registry should be of the same arity.
+ // example:
+ // | // create a new registry
+ // | var reg = new dojo.AdapterRegistry();
+ // | reg.register("handleString",
+ // | dojo.isString,
+ // | function(str){
+ // | // do something with the string here
+ // | }
+ // | );
+ // | reg.register("handleArr",
+ // | dojo.isArray,
+ // | function(arr){
+ // | // do something with the array here
+ // | }
+ // | );
+ // |
+ // | // now we can pass reg.match() *either* an array or a string and
+ // | // the value we pass will get handled by the right function
+ // | reg.match("someValue"); // will call the first function
+ // | reg.match(["someValue"]); // will call the second
+
+ this.pairs = [];
+ this.returnWrappers = returnWrappers || false; // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.extend(dojo.AdapterRegistry, {
+ register: function(/*String*/ name, /*Function*/ check, /*Function*/ wrap, /*Boolean?*/ directReturn, /*Boolean?*/ override){
+ // summary:
+ // register a check function to determine if the wrap function or
+ // object gets selected
+ // name:
+ // a way to identify this matcher.
+ // check:
+ // a function that arguments are passed to from the adapter's
+ // match() function. The check function should return true if the
+ // given arguments are appropriate for the wrap function.
+ // directReturn:
+ // If directReturn is true, the value passed in for wrap will be
+ // returned instead of being called. Alternately, the
+ // AdapterRegistry can be set globally to "return not call" using
+ // the returnWrappers property. Either way, this behavior allows
+ // the registry to act as a "search" function instead of a
+ // function interception library.
+ // override:
+ // If override is given and true, the check function will be given
+ // highest priority. Otherwise, it will be the lowest priority
+ // adapter.
+ this.pairs[((override) ? "unshift" : "push")]([name, check, wrap, directReturn]);
+ },
+
+ match: function(/* ... */){
+ // summary:
+ // Find an adapter for the given arguments. If no suitable adapter
+ // is found, throws an exception. match() accepts any number of
+ // arguments, all of which are passed to all matching functions
+ // from the registered pairs.
+ for(var i = 0; i < this.pairs.length; i++){
+ var pair = this.pairs[i];
+ if(pair[1].apply(this, arguments)){
+ if((pair[3])||(this.returnWrappers)){
+ return pair[2];
+ }else{
+ return pair[2].apply(this, arguments);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ throw new Error("No match found");
+ },
+
+ unregister: function(name){
+ // summary: Remove a named adapter from the registry
+
+ // FIXME: this is kind of a dumb way to handle this. On a large
+ // registry this will be slow-ish and we can use the name as a lookup
+ // should we choose to trade memory for speed.
+ for(var i = 0; i < this.pairs.length; i++){
+ var pair = this.pairs[i];
+ if(pair[0] == name){
+ this.pairs.splice(i, 1);
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+ return false;
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/DeferredList.js b/media/dojo/DeferredList.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..33230cd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/DeferredList.js
@@ -0,0 +1,91 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.DeferredList"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.DeferredList"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.DeferredList");
+dojo.declare("dojo.DeferredList", dojo.Deferred, {
+ constructor: function(/*Array*/ list, /*Boolean?*/ fireOnOneCallback, /*Boolean?*/ fireOnOneErrback, /*Boolean?*/ consumeErrors, /*Function?*/ canceller){
+ // summary:
+ // Provides event handling for a group of Deferred objects.
+ // description:
+ // DeferredList takes an array of existing deferreds and returns a new deferred of its own
+ // this new deferred will typically have its callback fired when all of the deferreds in
+ // the given list have fired their own deferreds. The parameters `fireOnOneCallback` and
+ // fireOnOneErrback, will fire before all the deferreds as appropriate
+ //
+ // list:
+ // The list of deferreds to be synchronizied with this DeferredList
+ // fireOnOneCallback:
+ // Will cause the DeferredLists callback to be fired as soon as any
+ // of the deferreds in its list have been fired instead of waiting until
+ // the entire list has finished
+ // fireonOneErrback:
+ // Will cause the errback to fire upon any of the deferreds errback
+ // canceller:
+ // A deferred canceller function, see dojo.Deferred
+ this.list = list;
+ this.resultList = new Array(this.list.length);
+
+ // Deferred init
+ this.chain = [];
+ this.id = this._nextId();
+ this.fired = -1;
+ this.paused = 0;
+ this.results = [null, null];
+ this.canceller = canceller;
+ this.silentlyCancelled = false;
+
+ if (this.list.length === 0 && !fireOnOneCallback) {
+ this.callback(this.resultList);
+ }
+
+ this.finishedCount = 0;
+ this.fireOnOneCallback = fireOnOneCallback;
+ this.fireOnOneErrback = fireOnOneErrback;
+ this.consumeErrors = consumeErrors;
+
+ var index = 0;
+
+ dojo.forEach(this.list, function(d, index) {
+ d.addCallback(this, function(r) { this._cbDeferred(index, true, r); return r; });
+ d.addErrback(this, function(r) { this._cbDeferred(index, false, r); return r; });
+ index++;
+ },this);
+ },
+
+ _cbDeferred: function (index, succeeded, result) {
+ // summary:
+ // The DeferredLists' callback handler
+
+ this.resultList[index] = [succeeded, result]; this.finishedCount += 1;
+ if (this.fired !== 0) {
+ if (succeeded && this.fireOnOneCallback) {
+ this.callback([index, result]);
+ } else if (!succeeded && this.fireOnOneErrback) {
+ this.errback(result);
+ } else if (this.finishedCount == this.list.length) {
+ this.callback(this.resultList);
+ }
+ }
+ if (!succeeded && this.consumeErrors) {
+ result = null;
+ }
+ return result;
+ },
+
+ gatherResults: function (deferredList) {
+ // summary:
+ // Gathers the results of the deferreds for packaging
+ // as the parameters to the Deferred Lists' callback
+
+ var d = new dojo.DeferedList(deferredList, false, true, false);
+ d.addCallback(function (results) {
+ var ret = [];
+ for (var i = 0; i < results.length; i++) {
+ ret.push(results[i][1]);
+ }
+ return ret;
+ });
+ return d;
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/LICENSE b/media/dojo/LICENSE
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2709e72
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/LICENSE
@@ -0,0 +1,195 @@
+Dojo is availble under *either* the terms of the modified BSD license *or* the
+Academic Free License version 2.1. As a recipient of Dojo, you may choose which
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+contributions are allowed under licenses which are fundamentally incompatible
+with the AFL or BSD licenses that Dojo is distributed under.
+
+The text of the AFL and BSD licenses is reproduced below.
+
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diff --git a/media/dojo/NodeList-fx.js b/media/dojo/NodeList-fx.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e3c3b44
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/NodeList-fx.js
@@ -0,0 +1,89 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.NodeList-fx"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.NodeList-fx"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.NodeList-fx");
+dojo.require("dojo.fx");
+
+dojo.extend(dojo.NodeList, {
+ _anim: function(obj, method, args){
+ var anims = [];
+ args = args||{};
+ this.forEach(function(item){
+ var tmpArgs = { node: item };
+ dojo.mixin(tmpArgs, args);
+ anims.push(obj[method](tmpArgs));
+ });
+ return dojo.fx.combine(anims); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ wipeIn: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // wipe in all elements of this NodeList. Returns an instance of dojo._Animation
+ // example:
+ // Fade in all tables with class "blah":
+ // | dojo.query("table.blah").wipeIn().play();
+ return this._anim(dojo.fx, "wipeIn", args); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ wipeOut: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // wipe out all elements of this NodeList. Returns an instance of dojo._Animation
+ // example:
+ // Wipe out all tables with class "blah":
+ // | dojo.query("table.blah").wipeOut().play();
+ return this._anim(dojo.fx, "wipeOut", args); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ slideTo: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // slide all elements of the node list to the specified place.
+ // Returns an instance of dojo._Animation
+ // example:
+ // | Move all tables with class "blah" to 300/300:
+ // | dojo.query("table.blah").slideTo({
+ // | left: 40,
+ // | top: 50
+ // | }).play();
+ return this._anim(dojo.fx, "slideTo", args); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+
+ fadeIn: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // fade in all elements of this NodeList. Returns an instance of dojo._Animation
+ // example:
+ // Fade in all tables with class "blah":
+ // | dojo.query("table.blah").fadeIn().play();
+ return this._anim(dojo, "fadeIn", args); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ fadeOut: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // fade out all elements of this NodeList. Returns an instance of dojo._Animation
+ // example:
+ // Fade out all elements with class "zork":
+ // | dojo.query(".zork").fadeOut().play();
+ // example:
+ // Fade them on a delay and do something at the end:
+ // | var fo = dojo.query(".zork").fadeOut();
+ // | dojo.connect(fo, "onEnd", function(){ /*...*/ });
+ // | fo.play();
+ return this._anim(dojo, "fadeOut", args); // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ animateProperty: function(args){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.animateProperty(). Animate all elements of this
+ // NodeList across the properties specified.
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.query(".zork").animateProperty({
+ // | duration: 500,
+ // | properties: {
+ // | color: { start: "black", end: "white" },
+ // | left: { end: 300 }
+ // | }
+ // | }).play();
+ return this._anim(dojo, "animateProperty", args); // dojo._Animation
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/OpenAjax.js b/media/dojo/OpenAjax.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3ac9ed4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/OpenAjax.js
@@ -0,0 +1,191 @@
+/*******************************************************************************
+ * OpenAjax.js
+ *
+ * Reference implementation of the OpenAjax Hub, as specified by OpenAjax Alliance.
+ * Specification is under development at:
+ *
+ * http://www.openajax.org/member/wiki/OpenAjax_Hub_Specification
+ *
+ * Copyright 2006-2007 OpenAjax Alliance
+ *
+ * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not
+ * use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy
+ * of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 . Unless
+ * required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed
+ * under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR
+ * CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the
+ * specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.
+ *
+ ******************************************************************************/
+
+// prevent re-definition of the OpenAjax object
+if(!window["OpenAjax"]){
+ OpenAjax = new function(){
+ var t = true;
+ var f = false;
+ var g = window;
+ var libs;
+ var ooh = "org.openajax.hub.";
+
+ var h = {};
+ this.hub = h;
+ h.implementer = "http://openajax.org";
+ h.implVersion = "0.6";
+ h.specVersion = "0.6";
+ h.implExtraData = {};
+ var libs = {};
+ h.libraries = libs;
+
+ h.registerLibrary = function(prefix, nsURL, version, extra){
+ libs[prefix] = {
+ prefix: prefix,
+ namespaceURI: nsURL,
+ version: version,
+ extraData: extra
+ };
+ this.publish(ooh+"registerLibrary", libs[prefix]);
+ }
+ h.unregisterLibrary = function(prefix){
+ this.publish(ooh+"unregisterLibrary", libs[prefix]);
+ delete libs[prefix];
+ }
+
+ h._subscriptions = { c:{}, s:[] };
+ h._cleanup = [];
+ h._subIndex = 0;
+ h._pubDepth = 0;
+
+ h.subscribe = function(name, callback, scope, subscriberData, filter){
+ if(!scope){
+ scope = window;
+ }
+ var handle = name + "." + this._subIndex;
+ var sub = { scope: scope, cb: callback, fcb: filter, data: subscriberData, sid: this._subIndex++, hdl: handle };
+ var path = name.split(".");
+ this._subscribe(this._subscriptions, path, 0, sub);
+ return handle;
+ }
+
+ h.publish = function(name, message){
+ var path = name.split(".");
+ this._pubDepth++;
+ this._publish(this._subscriptions, path, 0, name, message);
+ this._pubDepth--;
+ if((this._cleanup.length > 0) && (this._pubDepth == 0)){
+ for(var i = 0; i < this._cleanup.length; i++){
+ this.unsubscribe(this._cleanup[i].hdl);
+ }
+ delete(this._cleanup);
+ this._cleanup = [];
+ }
+ }
+
+ h.unsubscribe = function(sub){
+ var path = sub.split(".");
+ var sid = path.pop();
+ this._unsubscribe(this._subscriptions, path, 0, sid);
+ }
+
+ h._subscribe = function(tree, path, index, sub){
+ var token = path[index];
+ if(index == path.length){
+ tree.s.push(sub);
+ }else{
+ if(typeof tree.c == "undefined"){
+ tree.c = {};
+ }
+ if(typeof tree.c[token] == "undefined"){
+ tree.c[token] = { c: {}, s: [] };
+ this._subscribe(tree.c[token], path, index + 1, sub);
+ }else{
+ this._subscribe( tree.c[token], path, index + 1, sub);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ h._publish = function(tree, path, index, name, msg){
+ if(typeof tree != "undefined"){
+ var node;
+ if(index == path.length) {
+ node = tree;
+ }else{
+ this._publish(tree.c[path[index]], path, index + 1, name, msg);
+ this._publish(tree.c["*"], path, index + 1, name, msg);
+ node = tree.c["**"];
+ }
+ if(typeof node != "undefined"){
+ var callbacks = node.s;
+ var max = callbacks.length;
+ for(var i = 0; i < max; i++){
+ if(callbacks[i].cb){
+ var sc = callbacks[i].scope;
+ var cb = callbacks[i].cb;
+ var fcb = callbacks[i].fcb;
+ var d = callbacks[i].data;
+ if(typeof cb == "string"){
+ // get a function object
+ cb = sc[cb];
+ }
+ if(typeof fcb == "string"){
+ // get a function object
+ fcb = sc[fcb];
+ }
+ if((!fcb) ||
+ (fcb.call(sc, name, msg, d))) {
+ cb.call(sc, name, msg, d);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ h._unsubscribe = function(tree, path, index, sid) {
+ if(typeof tree != "undefined") {
+ if(index < path.length) {
+ var childNode = tree.c[path[index]];
+ this._unsubscribe(childNode, path, index + 1, sid);
+ if(childNode.s.length == 0) {
+ for(var x in childNode.c)
+ return;
+ delete tree.c[path[index]];
+ }
+ return;
+ }
+ else {
+ var callbacks = tree.s;
+ var max = callbacks.length;
+ for(var i = 0; i < max; i++)
+ if(sid == callbacks[i].sid) {
+ if(this._pubDepth > 0) {
+ callbacks[i].cb = null;
+ this._cleanup.push(callbacks[i]);
+ }
+ else
+ callbacks.splice(i, 1);
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ // The following function is provided for automatic testing purposes.
+ // It is not expected to be deployed in run-time OpenAjax Hub implementations.
+ h.reinit = function()
+ {
+ for (var lib in OpenAjax.hub.libraries) {
+ delete OpenAjax.hub.libraries[lib];
+ }
+ OpenAjax.hub.registerLibrary("OpenAjax", "http://openajax.org/hub", "0.6", {});
+
+ delete OpenAjax._subscriptions;
+ OpenAjax._subscriptions = {c:{},s:[]};
+ delete OpenAjax._cleanup;
+ OpenAjax._cleanup = [];
+ OpenAjax._subIndex = 0;
+ OpenAjax._pubDepth = 0;
+ }
+ };
+ // Register the OpenAjax Hub itself as a library.
+ OpenAjax.hub.registerLibrary("OpenAjax", "http://openajax.org/hub", "0.6", {});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base.js b/media/dojo/_base.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5b0abef
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base.js
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.declare");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.connect");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.Deferred");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.json");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.array");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.Color");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.window");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.event");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.html");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.NodeList");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.query");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.xhr");
+dojo.requireIf(dojo.isBrowser, "dojo._base.fx");
+
+(function(){
+ if(djConfig.require){
+ for(var x=0; x<djConfig.require.length; x++){
+ dojo["require"](djConfig.require[x]);
+ }
+ }
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/Color.js b/media/dojo/_base/Color.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..38d0584
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/Color.js
@@ -0,0 +1,156 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.Color"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.Color"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.Color");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.array");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+
+dojo.Color = function(/*Array|String|Object*/ color){
+ // summary:
+ // takes a named string, hex string, array of rgb or rgba values,
+ // an object with r, g, b, and a properties, or another dojo.Color object
+ if(color){ this.setColor(color); }
+};
+
+// FIXME: there's got to be a more space-efficient way to encode or discover these!! Use hex?
+dojo.Color.named = {
+ black: [0,0,0],
+ silver: [192,192,192],
+ gray: [128,128,128],
+ white: [255,255,255],
+ maroon: [128,0,0],
+ red: [255,0,0],
+ purple: [128,0,128],
+ fuchsia: [255,0,255],
+ green: [0,128,0],
+ lime: [0,255,0],
+ olive: [128,128,0],
+ yellow: [255,255,0],
+ navy: [0,0,128],
+ blue: [0,0,255],
+ teal: [0,128,128],
+ aqua: [0,255,255]
+};
+
+
+dojo.extend(dojo.Color, {
+ r: 255, g: 255, b: 255, a: 1,
+ _set: function(r, g, b, a){
+ var t = this; t.r = r; t.g = g; t.b = b; t.a = a;
+ },
+ setColor: function(/*Array|String|Object*/ color){
+ // summary:
+ // takes a named string, hex string, array of rgb or rgba values,
+ // an object with r, g, b, and a properties, or another dojo.Color object
+ var d = dojo;
+ if(d.isString(color)){
+ d.colorFromString(color, this);
+ }else if(d.isArray(color)){
+ d.colorFromArray(color, this);
+ }else{
+ this._set(color.r, color.g, color.b, color.a);
+ if(!(color instanceof d.Color)){ this.sanitize(); }
+ }
+ return this; // dojo.Color
+ },
+ sanitize: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // makes sure that the object has correct attributes
+ // description:
+ // the default implementation does nothing, include dojo.colors to
+ // augment it to real checks
+ return this; // dojo.Color
+ },
+ toRgb: function(){
+ // summary: returns 3 component array of rgb values
+ var t = this;
+ return [t.r, t.g, t.b]; // Array
+ },
+ toRgba: function(){
+ // summary: returns a 4 component array of rgba values
+ var t = this;
+ return [t.r, t.g, t.b, t.a]; // Array
+ },
+ toHex: function(){
+ // summary: returns a css color string in hexadecimal representation
+ var arr = dojo.map(["r", "g", "b"], function(x){
+ var s = this[x].toString(16);
+ return s.length < 2 ? "0" + s : s;
+ }, this);
+ return "#" + arr.join(""); // String
+ },
+ toCss: function(/*Boolean?*/ includeAlpha){
+ // summary: returns a css color string in rgb(a) representation
+ var t = this, rgb = t.r + ", " + t.g + ", " + t.b;
+ return (includeAlpha ? "rgba(" + rgb + ", " + t.a : "rgb(" + rgb) + ")"; // String
+ },
+ toString: function(){
+ // summary: returns a visual representation of the color
+ return this.toCss(true); // String
+ }
+});
+
+dojo.blendColors = function(
+ /*dojo.Color*/ start,
+ /*dojo.Color*/ end,
+ /*Number*/ weight,
+ /*dojo.Color?*/ obj
+){
+ // summary:
+ // blend colors end and start with weight from 0 to 1, 0.5 being a 50/50 blend,
+ // can reuse a previously allocated dojo.Color object for the result
+ var d = dojo, t = obj || new dojo.Color();
+ d.forEach(["r", "g", "b", "a"], function(x){
+ t[x] = start[x] + (end[x] - start[x]) * weight;
+ if(x != "a"){ t[x] = Math.round(t[x]); }
+ });
+ return t.sanitize(); // dojo.Color
+};
+
+dojo.colorFromRgb = function(/*String*/ color, /*dojo.Color?*/ obj){
+ // summary: get rgb(a) array from css-style color declarations
+ var m = color.toLowerCase().match(/^rgba?\(([\s\.,0-9]+)\)/);
+ return m && dojo.colorFromArray(m[1].split(/\s*,\s*/), obj); // dojo.Color
+};
+
+dojo.colorFromHex = function(/*String*/ color, /*dojo.Color?*/ obj){
+ // summary: converts a hex string with a '#' prefix to a color object.
+ // Supports 12-bit #rgb shorthand.
+ var d = dojo, t = obj || new d.Color(),
+ bits = (color.length == 4) ? 4 : 8,
+ mask = (1 << bits) - 1;
+ color = Number("0x" + color.substr(1));
+ if(isNaN(color)){
+ return null; // dojo.Color
+ }
+ d.forEach(["b", "g", "r"], function(x){
+ var c = color & mask;
+ color >>= bits;
+ t[x] = bits == 4 ? 17 * c : c;
+ });
+ t.a = 1;
+ return t; // dojo.Color
+};
+
+dojo.colorFromArray = function(/*Array*/ a, /*dojo.Color?*/ obj){
+ // summary: builds a color from 1, 2, 3, or 4 element array
+ var t = obj || new dojo.Color();
+ t._set(Number(a[0]), Number(a[1]), Number(a[2]), Number(a[3]));
+ if(isNaN(t.a)){ t.a = 1; }
+ return t.sanitize(); // dojo.Color
+};
+
+dojo.colorFromString = function(/*String*/ str, /*dojo.Color?*/ obj){
+ // summary:
+ // parses str for a color value.
+ // description:
+ // Acceptable input values for str may include arrays of any form
+ // accepted by dojo.colorFromArray, hex strings such as "#aaaaaa", or
+ // rgb or rgba strings such as "rgb(133, 200, 16)" or "rgba(10, 10,
+ // 10, 50)"
+ // returns:
+ // a dojo.Color object. If obj is passed, it will be the return value.
+ var a = dojo.Color.named[str];
+ return a && dojo.colorFromArray(a, obj) || dojo.colorFromRgb(str, obj) || dojo.colorFromHex(str, obj);
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/Deferred.js b/media/dojo/_base/Deferred.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.Deferred"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.Deferred"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.Deferred");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+
+dojo.Deferred = function(/*Function?*/ canceller){
+ // summary:
+ // Encapsulates a sequence of callbacks in response to a value that
+ // may not yet be available. This is modeled after the Deferred class
+ // from Twisted <http://twistedmatrix.com>.
+ // description:
+ // JavaScript has no threads, and even if it did, threads are hard.
+ // Deferreds are a way of abstracting non-blocking events, such as the
+ // final response to an XMLHttpRequest. Deferreds create a promise to
+ // return a response a some point in the future and an easy way to
+ // register your interest in receiving that response.
+ //
+ // The most important methods for Deffered users are:
+ //
+ // * addCallback(handler)
+ // * addErrback(handler)
+ // * callback(result)
+ // * errback(result)
+ //
+ // In general, when a function returns a Deferred, users then "fill
+ // in" the second half of the contract by registering callbacks and
+ // error handlers. You may register as many callback and errback
+ // handlers as you like and they will be executed in the order
+ // registered when a result is provided. Usually this result is
+ // provided as the result of an asynchronous operation. The code
+ // "managing" the Deferred (the code that made the promise to provide
+ // an answer later) will use the callback() and errback() methods to
+ // communicate with registered listeners about the result of the
+ // operation. At this time, all registered result handlers are called
+ // *with the most recent result value*.
+ //
+ // Deferred callback handlers are treated as a chain, and each item in
+ // the chain is required to return a value that will be fed into
+ // successive handlers. The most minimal callback may be registered
+ // like this:
+ //
+ // | var d = new dojo.Deferred();
+ // | d.addCallback(function(result){ return result; });
+ //
+ // Perhaps the most common mistake when first using Deferreds is to
+ // forget to return a value (in most cases, the value you were
+ // passed).
+ //
+ // The sequence of callbacks is internally represented as a list of
+ // 2-tuples containing the callback/errback pair. For example, the
+ // following call sequence:
+ //
+ // | var d = new dojo.Deferred();
+ // | d.addCallback(myCallback);
+ // | d.addErrback(myErrback);
+ // | d.addBoth(myBoth);
+ // | d.addCallbacks(myCallback, myErrback);
+ //
+ // is translated into a Deferred with the following internal
+ // representation:
+ //
+ // | [
+ // | [myCallback, null],
+ // | [null, myErrback],
+ // | [myBoth, myBoth],
+ // | [myCallback, myErrback]
+ // | ]
+ //
+ // The Deferred also keeps track of its current status (fired). Its
+ // status may be one of three things:
+ //
+ // * -1: no value yet (initial condition)
+ // * 0: success
+ // * 1: error
+ //
+ // A Deferred will be in the error state if one of the following three
+ // conditions are met:
+ //
+ // 1. The result given to callback or errback is "instanceof" Error
+ // 2. The previous callback or errback raised an exception while
+ // executing
+ // 3. The previous callback or errback returned a value
+ // "instanceof" Error
+ //
+ // Otherwise, the Deferred will be in the success state. The state of
+ // the Deferred determines the next element in the callback sequence
+ // to run.
+ //
+ // When a callback or errback occurs with the example deferred chain,
+ // something equivalent to the following will happen (imagine
+ // that exceptions are caught and returned):
+ //
+ // | // d.callback(result) or d.errback(result)
+ // | if(!(result instanceof Error)){
+ // | result = myCallback(result);
+ // | }
+ // | if(result instanceof Error){
+ // | result = myErrback(result);
+ // | }
+ // | result = myBoth(result);
+ // | if(result instanceof Error){
+ // | result = myErrback(result);
+ // | }else{
+ // | result = myCallback(result);
+ // | }
+ //
+ // The result is then stored away in case another step is added to the
+ // callback sequence. Since the Deferred already has a value
+ // available, any new callbacks added will be called immediately.
+ //
+ // There are two other "advanced" details about this implementation
+ // that are useful:
+ //
+ // Callbacks are allowed to return Deferred instances themselves, so
+ // you can build complicated sequences of events with ease.
+ //
+ // The creator of the Deferred may specify a canceller. The canceller
+ // is a function that will be called if Deferred.cancel is called
+ // before the Deferred fires. You can use this to implement clean
+ // aborting of an XMLHttpRequest, etc. Note that cancel will fire the
+ // deferred with a CancelledError (unless your canceller returns
+ // another kind of error), so the errbacks should be prepared to
+ // handle that error for cancellable Deferreds.
+ // example:
+ // | var deferred = new dojo.Deferred();
+ // | setTimeout(function(){ deferred.callback({success: true}); }, 1000);
+ // | return deferred;
+ // example:
+ // Deferred objects are often used when making code asynchronous. It
+ // may be easiest to write functions in a synchronous manner and then
+ // split code using a deferred to trigger a response to a long-lived
+ // operation. For example, instead of register a callback function to
+ // denote when a rendering operation completes, the function can
+ // simply return a deferred:
+ //
+ // | // callback style:
+ // | function renderLotsOfData(data, callback){
+ // | var success = false
+ // | try{
+ // | for(var x in data){
+ // | renderDataitem(data[x]);
+ // | }
+ // | success = true;
+ // | }catch(e){ }
+ // | if(callback){
+ // | callback(success);
+ // | }
+ // | }
+ //
+ // | // using callback style
+ // | renderLotsOfData(someDataObj, function(success){
+ // | // handles success or failure
+ // | if(!success){
+ // | promptUserToRecover();
+ // | }
+ // | });
+ // | // NOTE: no way to add another callback here!!
+ // example:
+ // Using a Deferred doesn't simplify the sending code any, but it
+ // provides a standard interface for callers and senders alike,
+ // providing both with a simple way to service multiple callbacks for
+ // an operation and freeing both sides from worrying about details
+ // such as "did this get called already?". With Deferreds, new
+ // callbacks can be added at any time.
+ //
+ // | // Deferred style:
+ // | function renderLotsOfData(data){
+ // | var d = new dojo.Deferred();
+ // | try{
+ // | for(var x in data){
+ // | renderDataitem(data[x]);
+ // | }
+ // | d.callback(true);
+ // | }catch(e){
+ // | d.errback(new Error("rendering failed"));
+ // | }
+ // | return d;
+ // | }
+ //
+ // | // using Deferred style
+ // | renderLotsOfData(someDataObj).addErrback(function(){
+ // | promptUserToRecover();
+ // | });
+ // | // NOTE: addErrback and addCallback both return the Deferred
+ // | // again, so we could chain adding callbacks or save the
+ // | // deferred for later should we need to be notified again.
+ // example:
+ // In this example, renderLotsOfData is syncrhonous and so both
+ // versions are pretty artificial. Putting the data display on a
+ // timeout helps show why Deferreds rock:
+ //
+ // | // Deferred style and async func
+ // | function renderLotsOfData(data){
+ // | var d = new dojo.Deferred();
+ // | setTimeout(function(){
+ // | try{
+ // | for(var x in data){
+ // | renderDataitem(data[x]);
+ // | }
+ // | d.callback(true);
+ // | }catch(e){
+ // | d.errback(new Error("rendering failed"));
+ // | }
+ // | }, 100);
+ // | return d;
+ // | }
+ //
+ // | // using Deferred style
+ // | renderLotsOfData(someDataObj).addErrback(function(){
+ // | promptUserToRecover();
+ // | });
+ //
+ // Note that the caller doesn't have to change his code at all to
+ // handle the asynchronous case.
+
+ this.chain = [];
+ this.id = this._nextId();
+ this.fired = -1;
+ this.paused = 0;
+ this.results = [null, null];
+ this.canceller = canceller;
+ this.silentlyCancelled = false;
+};
+
+dojo.extend(dojo.Deferred, {
+ /*
+ makeCalled: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // returns a new, empty deferred, which is already in the called
+ // state. Calling callback() or errback() on this deferred will
+ // yeild an error and adding new handlers to it will result in
+ // them being called immediately.
+ var deferred = new dojo.Deferred();
+ deferred.callback();
+ return deferred;
+ },
+
+ toString: function(){
+ var state;
+ if(this.fired == -1){
+ state = 'unfired';
+ }else{
+ state = this.fired ? 'success' : 'error';
+ }
+ return 'Deferred(' + this.id + ', ' + state + ')';
+ },
+ */
+
+ _nextId: (function(){
+ var n = 1;
+ return function(){ return n++; };
+ })(),
+
+ cancel: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Cancels a Deferred that has not yet received a value, or is
+ // waiting on another Deferred as its value.
+ // description:
+ // If a canceller is defined, the canceller is called. If the
+ // canceller did not return an error, or there was no canceller,
+ // then the errback chain is started.
+ var err;
+ if(this.fired == -1){
+ if(this.canceller){
+ err = this.canceller(this);
+ }else{
+ this.silentlyCancelled = true;
+ }
+ if(this.fired == -1){
+ if(!(err instanceof Error)){
+ var res = err;
+ err = new Error("Deferred Cancelled");
+ err.dojoType = "cancel";
+ err.cancelResult = res;
+ }
+ this.errback(err);
+ }
+ }else if( (this.fired == 0) &&
+ (this.results[0] instanceof dojo.Deferred)
+ ){
+ this.results[0].cancel();
+ }
+ },
+
+
+ _resback: function(res){
+ // summary:
+ // The private primitive that means either callback or errback
+ this.fired = ((res instanceof Error) ? 1 : 0);
+ this.results[this.fired] = res;
+ this._fire();
+ },
+
+ _check: function(){
+ if(this.fired != -1){
+ if(!this.silentlyCancelled){
+ throw new Error("already called!");
+ }
+ this.silentlyCancelled = false;
+ return;
+ }
+ },
+
+ callback: function(res){
+ // summary: Begin the callback sequence with a non-error value.
+
+ /*
+ callback or errback should only be called once on a given
+ Deferred.
+ */
+ this._check();
+ this._resback(res);
+ },
+
+ errback: function(/*Error*/res){
+ // summary:
+ // Begin the callback sequence with an error result.
+ this._check();
+ if(!(res instanceof Error)){
+ res = new Error(res);
+ }
+ this._resback(res);
+ },
+
+ addBoth: function(/*Function||Object*/cb, /*Optional, String*/cbfn){
+ // summary:
+ // Add the same function as both a callback and an errback as the
+ // next element on the callback sequence. This is useful for code
+ // that you want to guarantee to run, e.g. a finalizer.
+ var enclosed = dojo.hitch(cb, cbfn);
+ if(arguments.length > 2){
+ enclosed = dojo.partial(enclosed, arguments, 2);
+ }
+ return this.addCallbacks(enclosed, enclosed);
+ },
+
+ addCallback: function(cb, cbfn){
+ // summary:
+ // Add a single callback to the end of the callback sequence.
+ var enclosed = dojo.hitch(cb, cbfn);
+ if(arguments.length > 2){
+ enclosed = dojo.partial(enclosed, arguments, 2);
+ }
+ return this.addCallbacks(enclosed, null);
+ },
+
+ addErrback: function(cb, cbfn){
+ // summary:
+ // Add a single callback to the end of the callback sequence.
+ var enclosed = dojo.hitch(cb, cbfn);
+ if(arguments.length > 2){
+ enclosed = dojo.partial(enclosed, arguments, 2);
+ }
+ return this.addCallbacks(null, enclosed);
+ },
+
+ addCallbacks: function(cb, eb){
+ // summary:
+ // Add separate callback and errback to the end of the callback
+ // sequence.
+ this.chain.push([cb, eb])
+ if(this.fired >= 0){
+ this._fire();
+ }
+ return this;
+ },
+
+ _fire: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Used internally to exhaust the callback sequence when a result
+ // is available.
+ var chain = this.chain;
+ var fired = this.fired;
+ var res = this.results[fired];
+ var self = this;
+ var cb = null;
+ while(
+ (chain.length > 0) &&
+ (this.paused == 0)
+ ){
+ // Array
+ var f = chain.shift()[fired];
+ if(!f){ continue; }
+ try{
+ res = f(res);
+ fired = ((res instanceof Error) ? 1 : 0);
+ if(res instanceof dojo.Deferred){
+ cb = function(res){
+ self._resback(res);
+ // inlined from _pause()
+ self.paused--;
+ if(
+ (self.paused == 0) &&
+ (self.fired >= 0)
+ ){
+ self._fire();
+ }
+ }
+ // inlined from _unpause
+ this.paused++;
+ }
+ }catch(err){
+ console.debug(err);
+ fired = 1;
+ res = err;
+ }
+ }
+ this.fired = fired;
+ this.results[fired] = res;
+ if((cb)&&(this.paused)){
+ // this is for "tail recursion" in case the dependent
+ // deferred is already fired
+ res.addBoth(cb);
+ }
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/NodeList.js b/media/dojo/_base/NodeList.js
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/media/dojo/_base/NodeList.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.NodeList"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.NodeList"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.NodeList");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.array");
+
+(function(){
+
+ var d = dojo;
+
+ var tnl = function(arr){
+ arr.constructor = dojo.NodeList;
+ dojo._mixin(arr, dojo.NodeList.prototype);
+ return arr;
+ }
+
+ dojo.NodeList = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // dojo.NodeList is as subclass of Array which adds syntactic
+ // sugar for chaining, common iteration operations, animation,
+ // and node manipulation. NodeLists are most often returned as
+ // the result of dojo.query() calls.
+ // example:
+ // create a node list from a node
+ // | new dojo.NodeList(dojo.byId("foo"));
+
+ return tnl(Array.apply(null, arguments));
+ }
+
+ dojo.NodeList._wrap = tnl;
+
+ dojo.extend(dojo.NodeList, {
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array#Methods
+
+ // FIXME: handle return values for #3244
+ // http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/3244
+
+ // FIXME:
+ // need to wrap or implement:
+ // join (perhaps w/ innerHTML/outerHTML overload for toString() of items?)
+ // reduce
+ // reduceRight
+
+ slice: function(/*===== begin, end =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a new NodeList, maintaining this one in place
+ // description:
+ // This method behaves exactly like the Array.slice method
+ // with the caveat that it returns a dojo.NodeList and not a
+ // raw Array. For more details, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:slice
+ // begin: Integer
+ // Can be a positive or negative integer, with positive
+ // integers noting the offset to begin at, and negative
+ // integers denoting an offset from the end (i.e., to the left
+ // of the end)
+ // end: Integer?
+ // Optional parameter to describe what position relative to
+ // the NodeList's zero index to end the slice at. Like begin,
+ // can be positive or negative.
+ var a = dojo._toArray(arguments);
+ return tnl(a.slice.apply(this, a));
+ },
+
+ splice: function(/*===== index, howmany, item =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a new NodeList, manipulating this NodeList based on
+ // the arguments passed, potentially splicing in new elements
+ // at an offset, optionally deleting elements
+ // description:
+ // This method behaves exactly like the Array.splice method
+ // with the caveat that it returns a dojo.NodeList and not a
+ // raw Array. For more details, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:splice
+ // index: Integer
+ // begin can be a positive or negative integer, with positive
+ // integers noting the offset to begin at, and negative
+ // integers denoting an offset from the end (i.e., to the left
+ // of the end)
+ // howmany: Integer?
+ // Optional parameter to describe what position relative to
+ // the NodeList's zero index to end the slice at. Like begin,
+ // can be positive or negative.
+ // item: Object...?
+ // Any number of optional parameters may be passed in to be
+ // spliced into the NodeList
+ // returns:
+ // dojo.NodeList
+ var a = dojo._toArray(arguments);
+ return tnl(a.splice.apply(this, a));
+ },
+
+ concat: function(/*===== item =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a new NodeList comprised of items in this NodeList
+ // as well as items passed in as parameters
+ // description:
+ // This method behaves exactly like the Array.concat method
+ // with the caveat that it returns a dojo.NodeList and not a
+ // raw Array. For more details, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:concat
+ // item: Object...?
+ // Any number of optional parameters may be passed in to be
+ // spliced into the NodeList
+ // returns:
+ // dojo.NodeList
+ var a = dojo._toArray(arguments, 0, [this]);
+ return tnl(a.concat.apply([], a));
+ },
+
+ indexOf: function(/*Object*/ value, /*Integer?*/ fromIndex){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.indexOf(). The primary difference is that the acted-on
+ // array is implicitly this NodeList
+ // value:
+ // The value to search for.
+ // fromIndex:
+ // The loction to start searching from. Optional. Defaults to 0.
+ // description:
+ // For more details on the behavior of indexOf, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:indexOf
+ // returns:
+ // Positive Integer or 0 for a match, -1 of not found.
+ return d.indexOf(this, value, fromIndex); // Integer
+ },
+
+ lastIndexOf: function(/*===== value, fromIndex =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.lastIndexOf(). The primary difference is that the
+ // acted-on array is implicitly this NodeList
+ // description:
+ // For more details on the behavior of lastIndexOf, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:lastIndexOf
+ // value: Object
+ // The value to search for.
+ // fromIndex: Integer?
+ // The loction to start searching from. Optional. Defaults to 0.
+ // returns:
+ // Positive Integer or 0 for a match, -1 of not found.
+ return d.lastIndexOf.apply(d, d._toArray(arguments, 0, [this])); // Integer
+ },
+
+ every: function(/*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/thisObject){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.every() and:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:every
+ // Takes the same structure of arguments and returns as
+ // dojo.every() with the caveat that the passed array is
+ // implicitly this NodeList
+ return d.every(this, callback, thisObject); // Boolean
+ },
+
+ some: function(/*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/thisObject){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.some() and:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:some
+ // Takes the same structure of arguments and returns as
+ // dojo.some() with the caveat that the passed array is
+ // implicitly this NodeList
+ return d.some(this, callback, thisObject); // Boolean
+ },
+
+ map: function(/*Function*/ func, /*Function?*/ obj){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.map(). The primary difference is that the acted-on
+ // array is implicitly this NodeList and the return is a
+ // dojo.NodeList (a subclass of Array)
+
+ return d.map(this, func, obj, d.NodeList); // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ forEach: function(callback, thisObj){
+ // summary:
+ // see dojo.forEach(). The primary difference is that the acted-on
+ // array is implicitly this NodeList
+
+ d.forEach(this, callback, thisObj);
+ return this; // dojo.NodeList non-standard return to allow easier chaining
+ },
+
+ // custom methods
+
+ coords: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns the box objects all elements in a node list as
+ // an Array (*not* a NodeList)
+
+ return d.map(this, d.coords);
+ },
+
+ style: function(/*===== property, value =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // gets or sets the CSS property for every element in the NodeList
+ // property: String
+ // the CSS property to get/set, in JavaScript notation
+ // ("lineHieght" instead of "line-height")
+ // value: String?
+ // optional. The value to set the property to
+ // return:
+ // if no value is passed, the result is an array of strings.
+ // If a value is passed, the return is this NodeList
+ var aa = d._toArray(arguments, 0, [null]);
+ var s = this.map(function(i){
+ aa[0] = i;
+ return d.style.apply(d, aa);
+ });
+ return (arguments.length > 1) ? this : s; // String||dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ styles: function(/*===== property, value =====*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Deprecated. Use NodeList.style instead. Will be removed in
+ // Dojo 1.1. Gets or sets the CSS property for every element
+ // in the NodeList
+ // property: String
+ // the CSS property to get/set, in JavaScript notation
+ // ("lineHieght" instead of "line-height")
+ // value: String?
+ // optional. The value to set the property to
+ // return:
+ // if no value is passed, the result is an array of strings.
+ // If a value is passed, the return is this NodeList
+ d.deprecated("NodeList.styles", "use NodeList.style instead", "1.1");
+ return this.style.apply(this, arguments);
+ },
+
+ addClass: function(/*String*/ className){
+ // summary:
+ // adds the specified class to every node in the list
+ //
+ this.forEach(function(i){ d.addClass(i, className); });
+ return this;
+ },
+
+ removeClass: function(/*String*/ className){
+ this.forEach(function(i){ d.removeClass(i, className); });
+ return this;
+ },
+
+ // FIXME: toggleClass()? connectPublisher()? connectRunOnce()?
+
+ place: function(/*String||Node*/ queryOrNode, /*String*/ position){
+ // summary:
+ // places elements of this node list relative to the first element matched
+ // by queryOrNode. Returns the original NodeList.
+ // queryOrNode:
+ // may be a string representing any valid CSS3 selector or a DOM node.
+ // In the selector case, only the first matching element will be used
+ // for relative positioning.
+ // position:
+ // can be one of:
+ // "last"||"end" (default)
+ // "first||"start"
+ // "before"
+ // "after"
+ // or an offset in the childNodes property
+ var item = d.query(queryOrNode)[0];
+ position = position||"last";
+
+ for(var x=0; x<this.length; x++){
+ d.place(this[x], item, position);
+ }
+ return this; // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ connect: function(/*String*/ methodName, /*Object||Function||String*/ objOrFunc, /*String?*/ funcName){
+ // summary:
+ // attach event handlers to every item of the NodeList. Uses dojo.connect()
+ // so event properties are normalized
+ // methodName:
+ // the name of the method to attach to. For DOM events, this should be
+ // the lower-case name of the event
+ // objOrFunc:
+ // if 2 arguments are passed (methodName, objOrFunc), objOrFunc should
+ // reference a function or be the name of the function in the global
+ // namespace to attach. If 3 arguments are provided
+ // (methodName, objOrFunc, funcName), objOrFunc must be the scope to
+ // locate the bound function in
+ // funcName:
+ // optional. A string naming the function in objOrFunc to bind to the
+ // event. May also be a function reference.
+ // example:
+ // add an onclick handler to every button on the page
+ // | dojo.query("onclick", function(e){
+ // | console.debug("clicked!");
+ // | });
+ // example:
+ // attach foo.bar() to every odd div's onmouseover
+ // | dojo.query("div:nth-child(odd)").onclick("onmouseover", foo, "bar");
+ this.forEach(function(item){
+ d.connect(item, methodName, objOrFunc, funcName);
+ });
+ return this; // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ orphan: function(/*String?*/ simpleFilter){
+ // summary:
+ // removes elements in this list that match the simple
+ // filter from their parents and returns them as a new
+ // NodeList.
+ // simpleFilter: single-expression CSS filter
+ // return: a dojo.NodeList of all of the elements orpahned
+ var orphans = (simpleFilter) ? d._filterQueryResult(this, simpleFilter) : this;
+ orphans.forEach(function(item){
+ if(item["parentNode"]){
+ item.parentNode.removeChild(item);
+ }
+ });
+ return orphans; // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ adopt: function(/*String||Array||DomNode*/ queryOrListOrNode, /*String?*/ position){
+ // summary:
+ // places any/all elements in queryOrListOrNode at a
+ // position relative to the first element in this list.
+ // Returns a dojo.NodeList of the adopted elements.
+ // queryOrListOrNode:
+ // a DOM node or a query string or a query result.
+ // Represents the nodes to be adopted relative to the
+ // first element of this NodeList.
+ // position:
+ // optional. One of:
+ // "last"||"end" (default)
+ // "first||"start"
+ // "before"
+ // "after"
+ // or an offset in the childNodes property
+ var item = this[0];
+ return d.query(queryOrListOrNode).forEach(function(ai){ d.place(ai, item, (position||"last")); }); // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ // FIXME: do we need this?
+ query: function(/*String*/ queryStr){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a new, flattened NodeList. Elements of the new list
+ // satisfy the passed query but use elements of the
+ // current NodeList as query roots.
+
+ queryStr = queryStr||"";
+
+ // FIXME: probably slow
+ var ret = d.NodeList();
+ this.forEach(function(item){
+ d.query(queryStr, item).forEach(function(subItem){
+ if(typeof subItem != "undefined"){
+ ret.push(subItem);
+ }
+ });
+ });
+ return ret; // dojo.NodeList
+ },
+
+ filter: function(/*String*/ simpleQuery){
+ // summary:
+ // "masks" the built-in javascript filter() method to support
+ // passing a simple string filter in addition to supporting
+ // filtering function objects.
+ // example:
+ // "regular" JS filter syntax as exposed in dojo.filter:
+ // | dojo.query("*").filter(function(item){
+ // | // highlight every paragraph
+ // | return (item.nodeName == "p");
+ // | }).styles("backgroundColor", "yellow");
+ // example:
+ // the same filtering using a CSS selector
+ // | dojo.query("*").filter("p").styles("backgroundColor", "yellow");
+
+ var items = this;
+ var _a = arguments;
+ var r = d.NodeList();
+ var rp = function(t){
+ if(typeof t != "undefined"){
+ r.push(t);
+ }
+ }
+ if(d.isString(simpleQuery)){
+ items = d._filterQueryResult(this, _a[0]);
+ if(_a.length == 1){
+ // if we only got a string query, pass back the filtered results
+ return items; // dojo.NodeList
+ }
+ // if we got a callback, run it over the filtered items
+ d.forEach(d.filter(items, _a[1], _a[2]), rp);
+ return r; // dojo.NodeList
+ }
+ // handle the (callback, [thisObject]) case
+ d.forEach(d.filter(items, _a[0], _a[1]), rp);
+ return r; // dojo.NodeList
+
+ },
+
+ /*
+ // FIXME: should this be "copyTo" and include parenting info?
+ clone: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // creates node clones of each element of this list
+ // and returns a new list containing the clones
+ },
+ */
+
+ addContent: function(/*String*/ content, /*String||Integer?*/ position){
+ // summary:
+ // add a node or some HTML as a string to every item in the list.
+ // Returns the original list.
+ // content:
+ // the HTML in string format to add at position to every item
+ // position:
+ // One of:
+ // "last"||"end" (default)
+ // "first||"start"
+ // "before"
+ // "after"
+ // or an integer offset in the childNodes property
+ var ta = d.doc.createElement("span");
+ if(d.isString(content)){
+ ta.innerHTML = content;
+ }else{
+ ta.appendChild(content);
+ }
+ var ct = ((position == "first")||(position == "after")) ? "lastChild" : "firstChild";
+ this.forEach(function(item){
+ var tn = ta.cloneNode(true);
+ while(tn[ct]){
+ d.place(tn[ct], item, position);
+ }
+ });
+ return this; // dojo.NodeList
+ }
+ });
+
+ // syntactic sugar for DOM events
+ d.forEach([
+ "blur", "click", "keydown", "keypress", "keyup", "mousedown", "mouseenter",
+ "mouseleave", "mousemove", "mouseout", "mouseover", "mouseup"
+ ], function(evt){
+ var _oe = "on"+evt;
+ dojo.NodeList.prototype[_oe] = function(a, b){
+ return this.connect(_oe, a, b);
+ }
+ // FIXME: should these events trigger publishes?
+ /*
+ return (a ? this.connect(_oe, a, b) :
+ this.forEach(function(n){
+ // FIXME:
+ // listeners get buried by
+ // addEventListener and can't be dug back
+ // out to be triggered externally.
+ // see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:element
+
+ console.debug(n, evt, _oe);
+
+ // FIXME: need synthetic event support!
+ var _e = { target: n, faux: true, type: evt };
+ // dojo._event_listener._synthesizeEvent({}, { target: n, faux: true, type: evt });
+ try{ n[evt](_e); }catch(e){ console.debug(e); }
+ try{ n[_oe](_e); }catch(e){ console.debug(e); }
+ })
+ );
+ }
+ */
+ }
+ );
+
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/bootstrap.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/bootstrap.js
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/bootstrap.js
@@ -0,0 +1,249 @@
+// TODOC: HOW TO DOC THE BELOW?
+// @global: djConfig
+// summary:
+// Application code can set the global 'djConfig' prior to loading
+// the library to override certain global settings for how dojo works.
+// description: The variables that can be set are as follows:
+// - isDebug: false
+// - libraryScriptUri: ""
+// - locale: undefined
+// - extraLocale: undefined
+// - preventBackButtonFix: true
+// note:
+// 'djConfig' does not exist under 'dojo.*' so that it can be set before the
+// 'dojo' variable exists.
+// note:
+// Setting any of these variables *after* the library has loaded does
+// nothing at all.
+
+(function(){
+ // make sure djConfig is defined
+ if(typeof this["djConfig"] == "undefined"){
+ this.djConfig = {};
+ }
+
+ // firebug stubs
+ if((!this["console"])||(!console["firebug"])){
+ this.console = {};
+ }
+
+ var cn = [
+ "assert", "count", "debug", "dir", "dirxml", "error", "group",
+ "groupEnd", "info", "log", "profile", "profileEnd", "time",
+ "timeEnd", "trace", "warn"
+ ];
+ var i=0, tn;
+ while((tn=cn[i++])){
+ if(!console[tn]){
+ console[tn] = function(){};
+ }
+ }
+
+ //TODOC: HOW TO DOC THIS?
+ // dojo is the root variable of (almost all) our public symbols -- make sure it is defined.
+ if(typeof this["dojo"] == "undefined"){
+ this.dojo = {};
+ }
+
+ var d = dojo;
+
+ // summary:
+ // return the current global context object
+ // (e.g., the window object in a browser).
+ // description:
+ // Refer to 'dojo.global' rather than referring to window to ensure your
+ // code runs correctly in contexts other than web browsers (eg: Rhino on a server).
+ dojo.global = this;
+
+ var _config =/*===== djConfig = =====*/{
+ isDebug: false,
+ libraryScriptUri: "",
+ preventBackButtonFix: true,
+ delayMozLoadingFix: false
+ };
+
+ for(var option in _config){
+ if(typeof djConfig[option] == "undefined"){
+ djConfig[option] = _config[option];
+ }
+ }
+
+ var _platforms = ["Browser", "Rhino", "Spidermonkey", "Mobile"];
+ var t;
+ while(t=_platforms.shift()){
+ d["is"+t] = false;
+ }
+
+ // Override locale setting, if specified
+ dojo.locale = djConfig.locale;
+
+ //TODOC: HOW TO DOC THIS?
+ dojo.version = {
+ // summary: version number of this instance of dojo.
+ major: 1, minor: 0, patch: 2, flag: "",
+ revision: Number("$Rev: 11832 $".match(/[0-9]+/)[0]),
+ toString: function(){
+ with(d.version){
+ return major + "." + minor + "." + patch + flag + " (" + revision + ")"; // String
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Register with the OpenAjax hub
+ if(typeof OpenAjax != "undefined"){
+ OpenAjax.hub.registerLibrary("dojo", "http://dojotoolkit.org", d.version.toString());
+ }
+
+ dojo._mixin = function(/*Object*/ obj, /*Object*/ props){
+ // summary:
+ // Adds all properties and methods of props to obj. This addition is
+ // "prototype extension safe", so that instances of objects will not
+ // pass along prototype defaults.
+ var tobj = {};
+ for(var x in props){
+ // the "tobj" condition avoid copying properties in "props"
+ // inherited from Object.prototype. For example, if obj has a custom
+ // toString() method, don't overwrite it with the toString() method
+ // that props inherited from Object.prototype
+ if(tobj[x] === undefined || tobj[x] != props[x]){
+ obj[x] = props[x];
+ }
+ }
+ // IE doesn't recognize custom toStrings in for..in
+ if(d["isIE"] && props){
+ var p = props.toString;
+ if(typeof p == "function" && p != obj.toString && p != tobj.toString &&
+ p != "\nfunction toString() {\n [native code]\n}\n"){
+ obj.toString = props.toString;
+ }
+ }
+ return obj; // Object
+ }
+
+ dojo.mixin = function(/*Object*/obj, /*Object...*/props){
+ // summary: Adds all properties and methods of props to obj.
+ for(var i=1, l=arguments.length; i<l; i++){
+ d._mixin(obj, arguments[i]);
+ }
+ return obj; // Object
+ }
+
+ dojo._getProp = function(/*Array*/parts, /*Boolean*/create, /*Object*/context){
+ var obj=context||d.global;
+ for(var i=0, p; obj&&(p=parts[i]); i++){
+ obj = (p in obj ? obj[p] : (create ? obj[p]={} : undefined));
+ }
+ return obj; // mixed
+ }
+
+ dojo.setObject = function(/*String*/name, /*mixed*/value, /*Object*/context){
+ // summary:
+ // Set a property from a dot-separated string, such as "A.B.C"
+ // description:
+ // Useful for longer api chains where you have to test each object in
+ // the chain, or when you have an object reference in string format.
+ // Objects are created as needed along 'path'.
+ // name:
+ // Path to a property, in the form "A.B.C".
+ // context:
+ // Optional. Object to use as root of path. Defaults to
+ // 'dojo.global'. Null may be passed.
+ var parts=name.split("."), p=parts.pop(), obj=d._getProp(parts, true, context);
+ return (obj && p ? (obj[p]=value) : undefined); // mixed
+ }
+
+ dojo.getObject = function(/*String*/name, /*Boolean*/create, /*Object*/context){
+ // summary:
+ // Get a property from a dot-separated string, such as "A.B.C"
+ // description:
+ // Useful for longer api chains where you have to test each object in
+ // the chain, or when you have an object reference in string format.
+ // name:
+ // Path to an property, in the form "A.B.C".
+ // context:
+ // Optional. Object to use as root of path. Defaults to
+ // 'dojo.global'. Null may be passed.
+ // create:
+ // Optional. If true, Objects will be created at any point along the
+ // 'path' that is undefined.
+ return d._getProp(name.split("."), create, context); // mixed
+ }
+
+ dojo.exists = function(/*String*/name, /*Object?*/obj){
+ // summary:
+ // determine if an object supports a given method
+ // description:
+ // useful for longer api chains where you have to test each object in
+ // the chain
+ // name:
+ // Path to an object, in the form "A.B.C".
+ // obj:
+ // Object to use as root of path. Defaults to
+ // 'dojo.global'. Null may be passed.
+ return !!d.getObject(name, false, obj); // Boolean
+ }
+
+
+ dojo["eval"] = function(/*String*/ scriptFragment){
+ // summary:
+ // Perform an evaluation in the global scope. Use this rather than
+ // calling 'eval()' directly.
+ // description:
+ // Placed in a separate function to minimize size of trapped
+ // evaluation context.
+ // note:
+ // - JSC eval() takes an optional second argument which can be 'unsafe'.
+ // - Mozilla/SpiderMonkey eval() takes an optional second argument which is the
+ // scope object for new symbols.
+
+ // FIXME: investigate Joseph Smarr's technique for IE:
+ // http://josephsmarr.com/2007/01/31/fixing-eval-to-use-global-scope-in-ie/
+ // see also:
+ // http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/744
+ return d.global.eval ? d.global.eval(scriptFragment) : eval(scriptFragment); // mixed
+ }
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.deprecated = function(behaviour, extra, removal){
+ // summary:
+ // Log a debug message to indicate that a behavior has been
+ // deprecated.
+ // behaviour: String
+ // The API or behavior being deprecated. Usually in the form
+ // of "myApp.someFunction()".
+ // extra: String?
+ // Text to append to the message. Often provides advice on a
+ // new function or facility to achieve the same goal during
+ // the deprecation period.
+ // removal: String?
+ // Text to indicate when in the future the behavior will be
+ // removed. Usually a version number.
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.deprecated("myApp.getTemp()", "use myApp.getLocaleTemp() instead", "1.0");
+ }
+
+ dojo.experimental = function(moduleName, extra){
+ // summary: Marks code as experimental.
+ // description:
+ // This can be used to mark a function, file, or module as
+ // experimental. Experimental code is not ready to be used, and the
+ // APIs are subject to change without notice. Experimental code may be
+ // completed deleted without going through the normal deprecation
+ // process.
+ // moduleName: String
+ // The name of a module, or the name of a module file or a specific
+ // function
+ // extra: String?
+ // some additional message for the user
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.experimental("dojo.data.Result");
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.experimental("dojo.weather.toKelvin()", "PENDING approval from NOAA");
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ //Real functions declared in dojo._firebug.firebug.
+ d.deprecated = d.experimental = function(){};
+
+})();
+// vim:ai:ts=4:noet
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_browser.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_browser.js
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_browser.js
@@ -0,0 +1,303 @@
+if(typeof window != 'undefined'){
+ dojo.isBrowser = true;
+ dojo._name = "browser";
+
+
+ // attempt to figure out the path to dojo if it isn't set in the config
+ (function(){
+ var d = dojo;
+ // this is a scope protection closure. We set browser versions and grab
+ // the URL we were loaded from here.
+
+ // grab the node we were loaded from
+ if(document && document.getElementsByTagName){
+ var scripts = document.getElementsByTagName("script");
+ var rePkg = /dojo(\.xd)?\.js([\?\.]|$)/i;
+ for(var i = 0; i < scripts.length; i++){
+ var src = scripts[i].getAttribute("src");
+ if(!src){ continue; }
+ var m = src.match(rePkg);
+ if(m){
+ // find out where we came from
+ if(!djConfig["baseUrl"]){
+ djConfig["baseUrl"] = src.substring(0, m.index);
+ }
+ // and find out if we need to modify our behavior
+ var cfg = scripts[i].getAttribute("djConfig");
+ if(cfg){
+ var cfgo = eval("({ "+cfg+" })");
+ for(var x in cfgo){
+ djConfig[x] = cfgo[x];
+ }
+ }
+ break; // "first Dojo wins"
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ d.baseUrl = djConfig["baseUrl"];
+
+ // fill in the rendering support information in dojo.render.*
+ var n = navigator;
+ var dua = n.userAgent;
+ var dav = n.appVersion;
+ var tv = parseFloat(dav);
+
+ d.isOpera = (dua.indexOf("Opera") >= 0) ? tv : 0;
+ d.isKhtml = (dav.indexOf("Konqueror") >= 0)||(dav.indexOf("Safari") >= 0) ? tv : 0;
+ if(dav.indexOf("Safari") >= 0){
+ d.isSafari = parseFloat(dav.split("Version/")[1]) || 2;
+ }
+ var geckoPos = dua.indexOf("Gecko");
+ d.isMozilla = d.isMoz = ((geckoPos >= 0)&&(!d.isKhtml)) ? tv : 0;
+ d.isFF = 0;
+ d.isIE = 0;
+ try{
+ if(d.isMoz){
+ d.isFF = parseFloat(dua.split("Firefox/")[1].split(" ")[0]);
+ }
+ if((document.all)&&(!d.isOpera)){
+ d.isIE = parseFloat(dav.split("MSIE ")[1].split(";")[0]);
+ }
+ }catch(e){}
+
+ //Workaround to get local file loads of dojo to work on IE 7
+ //by forcing to not use native xhr.
+ if(dojo.isIE && (window.location.protocol === "file:")){
+ djConfig.ieForceActiveXXhr=true;
+ }
+
+ var cm = document["compatMode"];
+ d.isQuirks = (cm == "BackCompat")||(cm == "QuirksMode")||(d.isIE < 6);
+
+ // TODO: is the HTML LANG attribute relevant?
+ d.locale = djConfig.locale || (d.isIE ? n.userLanguage : n.language).toLowerCase();
+
+ d._println = console.debug;
+
+ // These are in order of decreasing likelihood; this will change in time.
+ d._XMLHTTP_PROGIDS = ['Msxml2.XMLHTTP', 'Microsoft.XMLHTTP', 'Msxml2.XMLHTTP.4.0'];
+
+ d._xhrObj= function(){
+ // summary:
+ // does the work of portably generating a new XMLHTTPRequest
+ // object.
+ var http = null;
+ var last_e = null;
+ if(!dojo.isIE || !djConfig.ieForceActiveXXhr){
+ try{ http = new XMLHttpRequest(); }catch(e){}
+ }
+ if(!http){
+ for(var i=0; i<3; ++i){
+ var progid = dojo._XMLHTTP_PROGIDS[i];
+ try{
+ http = new ActiveXObject(progid);
+ }catch(e){
+ last_e = e;
+ }
+
+ if(http){
+ dojo._XMLHTTP_PROGIDS = [progid]; // so faster next time
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(!http){
+ throw new Error("XMLHTTP not available: "+last_e);
+ }
+
+ return http; // XMLHTTPRequest instance
+ }
+
+ d._isDocumentOk = function(http){
+ var stat = http.status || 0;
+ return ( (stat>=200)&&(stat<300))|| // Boolean
+ (stat==304)|| // allow any 2XX response code
+ (stat==1223)|| // get it out of the cache
+ (!stat && (location.protocol=="file:" || location.protocol=="chrome:") ); // Internet Explorer mangled the status code
+ }
+
+ //See if base tag is in use.
+ //This is to fix http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/3973,
+ //but really, we need to find out how to get rid of the dojo._Url reference
+ //below and still have DOH work with the dojo.i18n test following some other
+ //test that uses the test frame to load a document (trac #2757).
+ //Opera still has problems, but perhaps a larger issue of base tag support
+ //with XHR requests (hasBase is true, but the request is still made to document
+ //path, not base path).
+ var owloc = window.location+"";
+ var base = document.getElementsByTagName("base");
+ var hasBase = (base && base.length > 0);
+
+ d._getText = function(/*URI*/ uri, /*Boolean*/ fail_ok){
+ // summary: Read the contents of the specified uri and return those contents.
+ // uri:
+ // A relative or absolute uri. If absolute, it still must be in
+ // the same "domain" as we are.
+ // fail_ok:
+ // Default false. If fail_ok and loading fails, return null
+ // instead of throwing.
+ // returns: The response text. null is returned when there is a
+ // failure and failure is okay (an exception otherwise)
+
+ // alert("_getText: " + uri);
+
+ // NOTE: must be declared before scope switches ie. this._xhrObj()
+ var http = this._xhrObj();
+
+ if(!hasBase && dojo._Url){
+ uri = (new dojo._Url(owloc, uri)).toString();
+ }
+ /*
+ console.debug("_getText:", uri);
+ console.debug(window.location+"");
+ alert(uri);
+ */
+
+ http.open('GET', uri, false);
+ try{
+ http.send(null);
+ // alert(http);
+ if(!d._isDocumentOk(http)){
+ var err = Error("Unable to load "+uri+" status:"+ http.status);
+ err.status = http.status;
+ err.responseText = http.responseText;
+ throw err;
+ }
+ }catch(e){
+ if(fail_ok){ return null; } // null
+ // rethrow the exception
+ throw e;
+ }
+ return http.responseText; // String
+ }
+ })();
+
+ dojo._initFired = false;
+ // BEGIN DOMContentLoaded, from Dean Edwards (http://dean.edwards.name/weblog/2006/06/again/)
+ dojo._loadInit = function(e){
+ dojo._initFired = true;
+ // allow multiple calls, only first one will take effect
+ // A bug in khtml calls events callbacks for document for event which isnt supported
+ // for example a created contextmenu event calls DOMContentLoaded, workaround
+ var type = (e && e.type) ? e.type.toLowerCase() : "load";
+ if(arguments.callee.initialized || (type!="domcontentloaded" && type!="load")){ return; }
+ arguments.callee.initialized = true;
+ if(typeof dojo["_khtmlTimer"] != 'undefined'){
+ clearInterval(dojo._khtmlTimer);
+ delete dojo._khtmlTimer;
+ }
+
+ if(dojo._inFlightCount == 0){
+ dojo._modulesLoaded();
+ }
+ }
+
+ // START DOMContentLoaded
+ // Mozilla and Opera 9 expose the event we could use
+ if(document.addEventListener){
+ // NOTE:
+ // due to a threading issue in Firefox 2.0, we can't enable
+ // DOMContentLoaded on that platform. For more information, see:
+ // http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/1704
+ if(dojo.isOpera|| (dojo.isMoz && (djConfig["enableMozDomContentLoaded"] === true))){
+ document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded", dojo._loadInit, null);
+ }
+
+ // mainly for Opera 8.5, won't be fired if DOMContentLoaded fired already.
+ // also used for Mozilla because of trac #1640
+ window.addEventListener("load", dojo._loadInit, null);
+ }
+
+ if(/(WebKit|khtml)/i.test(navigator.userAgent)){ // sniff
+ dojo._khtmlTimer = setInterval(function(){
+ if(/loaded|complete/.test(document.readyState)){
+ dojo._loadInit(); // call the onload handler
+ }
+ }, 10);
+ }
+ // END DOMContentLoaded
+
+ (function(){
+
+ var _w = window;
+ var _handleNodeEvent = function(/*String*/evtName, /*Function*/fp){
+ // summary:
+ // non-destructively adds the specified function to the node's
+ // evtName handler.
+ // evtName: should be in the form "onclick" for "onclick" handlers.
+ // Make sure you pass in the "on" part.
+ var oldHandler = _w[evtName] || function(){};
+ _w[evtName] = function(){
+ fp.apply(_w, arguments);
+ oldHandler.apply(_w, arguments);
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ // for Internet Explorer. readyState will not be achieved on init
+ // call, but dojo doesn't need it however, we'll include it
+ // because we don't know if there are other functions added that
+ // might. Note that this has changed because the build process
+ // strips all comments -- including conditional ones.
+
+ document.write('<scr'+'ipt defer src="//:" '
+ + 'onreadystatechange="if(this.readyState==\'complete\'){dojo._loadInit();}">'
+ + '</scr'+'ipt>'
+ );
+
+ // IE WebControl hosted in an application can fire "beforeunload" and "unload"
+ // events when control visibility changes, causing Dojo to unload too soon. The
+ // following code fixes the problem
+ // Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;199155
+ var _unloading = true;
+ _handleNodeEvent("onbeforeunload", function(){
+ _w.setTimeout(function(){ _unloading = false; }, 0);
+ });
+ _handleNodeEvent("onunload", function(){
+ if(_unloading){ dojo.unloaded(); }
+ });
+
+ try{
+ document.namespaces.add("v","urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml");
+ document.createStyleSheet().addRule("v\\:*", "behavior:url(#default#VML)");
+ }catch(e){}
+ }else{
+ // FIXME: dojo.unloaded requires dojo scope, so using anon function wrapper.
+ _handleNodeEvent("onbeforeunload", function() { dojo.unloaded(); });
+ }
+
+ })();
+
+ /*
+ OpenAjax.subscribe("OpenAjax", "onload", function(){
+ if(dojo._inFlightCount == 0){
+ dojo._modulesLoaded();
+ }
+ });
+
+ OpenAjax.subscribe("OpenAjax", "onunload", function(){
+ dojo.unloaded();
+ });
+ */
+} //if (typeof window != 'undefined')
+
+//Load debug code if necessary.
+// dojo.requireIf((djConfig["isDebug"] || djConfig["debugAtAllCosts"]), "dojo.debug");
+
+//window.widget is for Dashboard detection
+//The full conditionals are spelled out to avoid issues during builds.
+//Builds may be looking for require/requireIf statements and processing them.
+// dojo.requireIf(djConfig["debugAtAllCosts"] && !window.widget && !djConfig["useXDomain"], "dojo.browser_debug");
+// dojo.requireIf(djConfig["debugAtAllCosts"] && !window.widget && djConfig["useXDomain"], "dojo.browser_debug_xd");
+
+if(djConfig.isDebug){
+ dojo.require("dojo._firebug.firebug");
+}
+
+if(djConfig.debugAtAllCosts){
+ djConfig.useXDomain = true;
+ dojo.require("dojo._base._loader.loader_xd");
+ dojo.require("dojo._base._loader.loader_debug");
+ dojo.require("dojo.i18n");
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_rhino.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_rhino.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5da19c8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_rhino.js
@@ -0,0 +1,235 @@
+/*
+* Rhino host environment
+*/
+
+if(djConfig["baseUrl"]){
+ dojo.baseUrl = djConfig["baseUrl"];
+}else{
+ dojo.baseUrl = "./";
+}
+
+dojo.locale = dojo.locale || String(java.util.Locale.getDefault().toString().replace('_','-').toLowerCase());
+dojo._name = 'rhino';
+dojo.isRhino = true;
+
+if(typeof print == "function"){
+ console.debug = print;
+}
+
+if(typeof dojo["byId"] == "undefined"){
+ dojo.byId = function(id, doc){
+ if(id && (typeof id == "string" || id instanceof String)){
+ if(!doc){ doc = document; }
+ return doc.getElementById(id);
+ }
+ return id; // assume it's a node
+ }
+}
+
+// see comments in spidermonkey loadUri
+dojo._loadUri = function(uri, cb){
+ try{
+ var local = (new java.io.File(uri)).exists();
+ if(!local){
+ try{
+ // try it as a file first, URL second
+ var stream = (new java.net.URL(uri)).openStream();
+ // close the stream so we don't leak resources
+ stream.close();
+ }catch(e){
+ // no debug output; this failure just means the uri was not found.
+ return false;
+ }
+ }
+ //FIXME: Use Rhino 1.6 native readFile/readUrl if available?
+ if(cb){
+ var contents = (local ? readText : readUri)(uri, "UTF-8");
+ cb(eval('('+contents+')'));
+ }else{
+ load(uri);
+ }
+ return true;
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug("rhino load('" + uri + "') failed. Exception: " + e);
+ return false;
+ }
+}
+
+dojo.exit = function(exitcode){
+ quit(exitcode);
+}
+
+// Hack to determine current script...
+//
+// These initial attempts failed:
+// 1. get an EcmaError and look at e.getSourceName(): try {eval ("static in return")} catch(e) { ...
+// Won't work because NativeGlobal.java only does a put of "name" and "message", not a wrapped reflecting object.
+// Even if the EcmaError object had the sourceName set.
+//
+// 2. var e = Packages.org.mozilla.javascript.Context.getCurrentContext().reportError('');
+// Won't work because it goes directly to the errorReporter, not the return value.
+// We want context.interpreterSourceFile and context.interpreterLine, which are used in static Context.getSourcePositionFromStack
+// (set by Interpreter.java at interpretation time, if in interpreter mode).
+//
+// 3. var e = Packages.org.mozilla.javascript.Context.getCurrentContext().reportRuntimeError('');
+// This returns an object, but e.message still does not have source info.
+// In compiler mode, perhaps not set; in interpreter mode, perhaps not used by errorReporter?
+//
+// What we found works is to do basically the same hack as is done in getSourcePositionFromStack,
+// making a new java.lang.Exception() and then calling printStackTrace on a string stream.
+// We have to parse the string for the .js files (different from the java files).
+// This only works however in compiled mode (-opt 0 or higher).
+// In interpreter mode, entire stack is java.
+// When compiled, printStackTrace is like:
+// java.lang.Exception
+// at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance0(Native Method)
+// at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.java:39)
+// at sun.reflect.DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.java:27)
+// at java.lang.reflect.Constructor.newInstance(Constructor.java:274)
+// at org.mozilla.javascript.NativeJavaClass.constructSpecific(NativeJavaClass.java:228)
+// at org.mozilla.javascript.NativeJavaClass.construct(NativeJavaClass.java:185)
+// at org.mozilla.javascript.ScriptRuntime.newObject(ScriptRuntime.java:1269)
+// at org.mozilla.javascript.gen.c2.call(/Users/mda/Sites/burstproject/testrhino.js:27)
+// ...
+// at org.mozilla.javascript.tools.shell.Main.main(Main.java:76)
+//
+// Note may get different answers based on:
+// Context.setOptimizationLevel(-1)
+// Context.setGeneratingDebug(true)
+// Context.setGeneratingSource(true)
+//
+// Some somewhat helpful posts:
+// http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off&selm=9v9n0g%246gr1%40ripley.netscape.com
+// http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&safe=off&selm=3BAA2DC4.6010702%40atg.com
+//
+// Note that Rhino1.5R5 added source name information in some exceptions.
+// But this seems not to help in command-line Rhino, because Context.java has an error reporter
+// so no EvaluationException is thrown.
+
+// do it by using java java.lang.Exception
+dojo._rhinoCurrentScriptViaJava = function(depth){
+ var optLevel = Packages.org.mozilla.javascript.Context.getCurrentContext().getOptimizationLevel();
+ var caw = new java.io.CharArrayWriter();
+ var pw = new java.io.PrintWriter(caw);
+ var exc = new java.lang.Exception();
+ var s = caw.toString();
+ // we have to exclude the ones with or without line numbers because they put double entries in:
+ // at org.mozilla.javascript.gen.c3._c4(/Users/mda/Sites/burstproject/burst/Runtime.js:56)
+ // at org.mozilla.javascript.gen.c3.call(/Users/mda/Sites/burstproject/burst/Runtime.js)
+ var matches = s.match(/[^\(]*\.js\)/gi);
+ if(!matches){
+ throw Error("cannot parse printStackTrace output: " + s);
+ }
+
+ // matches[0] is entire string, matches[1] is this function, matches[2] is caller, ...
+ var fname = ((typeof depth != 'undefined')&&(depth)) ? matches[depth + 1] : matches[matches.length - 1];
+ var fname = matches[3];
+ if(!fname){ fname = matches[1]; }
+ // print("got fname '" + fname + "' from stack string '" + s + "'");
+ if (!fname){ throw Error("could not find js file in printStackTrace output: " + s); }
+ //print("Rhino getCurrentScriptURI returning '" + fname + "' from: " + s);
+ return fname;
+}
+
+// reading a file from disk in Java is a humiliating experience by any measure.
+// Lets avoid that and just get the freaking text
+function readText(path, encoding){
+ encoding = encoding || "utf-8";
+ // NOTE: we intentionally avoid handling exceptions, since the caller will
+ // want to know
+ var jf = new java.io.File(path);
+ var is = new java.io.FileInputStream(jf);
+ return dj_readInputStream(is, encoding);
+}
+
+function readUri(uri, encoding){
+ var conn = (new java.net.URL(uri)).openConnection();
+ encoding = encoding || conn.getContentEncoding() || "utf-8";
+ var is = conn.getInputStream();
+ return dj_readInputStream(is, encoding);
+}
+
+function dj_readInputStream(is, encoding){
+ var input = new java.io.BufferedReader(new java.io.InputStreamReader(is, encoding));
+ try {
+ var sb = new java.lang.StringBuffer();
+ var line = "";
+ while((line = input.readLine()) !== null){
+ sb.append(line);
+ sb.append(java.lang.System.getProperty("line.separator"));
+ }
+ return sb.toString();
+ } finally {
+ input.close();
+ }
+}
+
+// call this now because later we may not be on the top of the stack
+if(!djConfig.libraryScriptUri.length){
+ try{
+ djConfig.libraryScriptUri = dojo._rhinoCurrentScriptViaJava(1);
+ }catch(e){
+ // otherwise just fake it
+ if(djConfig["isDebug"]){
+ print("\n");
+ print("we have no idea where Dojo is located.");
+ print("Please try loading rhino in a non-interpreted mode or set a");
+ print("\n\tdjConfig.libraryScriptUri\n");
+ print("Setting the dojo path to './'");
+ print("This is probably wrong!");
+ print("\n");
+ print("Dojo will try to load anyway");
+ }
+ djConfig.libraryScriptUri = "./";
+ }
+}
+
+// summary:
+// return the document object associated with the dojo.global
+dojo.doc = typeof(document) != "undefined" ? document : null;
+
+dojo.body = function(){
+ return document.body;
+}
+
+dojo._timeouts = [];
+
+function clearTimeout(idx){
+ if(!dojo._timeouts[idx]){ return; }
+ dojo._timeouts[idx].stop();
+}
+
+function setTimeout(func, delay){
+ // summary: provides timed callbacks using Java threads
+
+ var def={
+ sleepTime:delay,
+ hasSlept:false,
+
+ run:function(){
+ if(!this.hasSlept){
+ this.hasSlept=true;
+ java.lang.Thread.currentThread().sleep(this.sleepTime);
+ }
+ try{
+ func();
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug("Error running setTimeout thread:" + e);
+ }
+ }
+ };
+
+ var runnable = new java.lang.Runnable(def);
+ var thread = new java.lang.Thread(runnable);
+ thread.start();
+ return dojo._timeouts.push(thread)-1;
+}
+
+//Register any module paths set up in djConfig. Need to do this
+//in the hostenvs since hostenv_browser can read djConfig from a
+//script tag's attribute.
+if(djConfig["modulePaths"]){
+ for(var param in djConfig["modulePaths"]){
+ dojo.registerModulePath(param, djConfig["modulePaths"][param]);
+ }
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_spidermonkey.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_spidermonkey.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..69b389a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_spidermonkey.js
@@ -0,0 +1,73 @@
+/*
+ * SpiderMonkey host environment
+ */
+
+if(djConfig["baseUrl"]){
+ dojo.baseUrl = djConfig["baseUrl"];
+}else{
+ dojo.baseUrl = "./";
+}
+
+dojo._name = 'spidermonkey';
+dojo.isSpidermonkey = true;
+dojo.exit = function(exitcode){
+ quit(exitcode);
+}
+
+if(typeof print == "function"){
+ console.debug = print;
+}
+
+if(typeof line2pc == 'undefined'){
+ throw new Error("attempt to use SpiderMonkey host environment when no 'line2pc' global");
+}
+
+dojo._spidermonkeyCurrentFile = function(depth){
+ //
+ // This is a hack that determines the current script file by parsing a
+ // generated stack trace (relying on the non-standard "stack" member variable
+ // of the SpiderMonkey Error object).
+ //
+ // If param depth is passed in, it'll return the script file which is that far down
+ // the stack, but that does require that you know how deep your stack is when you are
+ // calling.
+ //
+ var s = '';
+ try{
+ throw Error("whatever");
+ }catch(e){
+ s = e.stack;
+ }
+ // lines are like: bu_getCurrentScriptURI_spidermonkey("ScriptLoader.js")@burst/Runtime.js:101
+ var matches = s.match(/[^@]*\.js/gi);
+ if(!matches){
+ throw Error("could not parse stack string: '" + s + "'");
+ }
+ var fname = (typeof depth != 'undefined' && depth) ? matches[depth + 1] : matches[matches.length - 1];
+ if(!fname){
+ throw Error("could not find file name in stack string '" + s + "'");
+ }
+ //print("SpiderMonkeyRuntime got fname '" + fname + "' from stack string '" + s + "'");
+ return fname;
+}
+
+// print(dojo._spidermonkeyCurrentFile(0));
+
+dojo._loadUri = function(uri){
+ // spidermonkey load() evaluates the contents into the global scope (which
+ // is what we want).
+ // TODO: sigh, load() does not return a useful value.
+ // Perhaps it is returning the value of the last thing evaluated?
+ var ok = load(uri);
+ // console.debug("spidermonkey load(", uri, ") returned ", ok);
+ return 1;
+}
+
+//Register any module paths set up in djConfig. Need to do this
+//in the hostenvs since hostenv_browser can read djConfig from a
+//script tag's attribute.
+if(djConfig["modulePaths"]){
+ for(var param in djConfig["modulePaths"]){
+ dojo.registerModulePath(param, djConfig["modulePaths"][param]);
+ }
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0c2e366
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader.js
@@ -0,0 +1,618 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.foo"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.foo"] = true;
+/*
+ * loader.js - A bootstrap module. Runs before the hostenv_*.js file. Contains
+ * all of the package loading methods.
+ */
+
+(function(){
+ var d = dojo;
+
+ dojo.mixin(dojo, {
+ _loadedModules: {},
+ _inFlightCount: 0,
+ _hasResource: {},
+
+ // FIXME: it should be possible to pull module prefixes in from djConfig
+ _modulePrefixes: {
+ dojo: {name: "dojo", value: "."},
+ doh: {name: "doh", value: "../util/doh"},
+ tests: {name: "tests", value: "tests"}
+ },
+
+ _moduleHasPrefix: function(/*String*/module){
+ // summary: checks to see if module has been established
+ var mp = this._modulePrefixes;
+ return !!(mp[module] && mp[module].value); // Boolean
+ },
+
+ _getModulePrefix: function(/*String*/module){
+ // summary: gets the prefix associated with module
+ var mp = this._modulePrefixes;
+ if(this._moduleHasPrefix(module)){
+ return mp[module].value; // String
+ }
+ return module; // String
+ },
+
+ _loadedUrls: [],
+
+ //WARNING:
+ // This variable is referenced by packages outside of bootstrap:
+ // FloatingPane.js and undo/browser.js
+ _postLoad: false,
+
+ //Egad! Lots of test files push on this directly instead of using dojo.addOnLoad.
+ _loaders: [],
+ _unloaders: [],
+ _loadNotifying: false
+ });
+
+
+ //>>excludeStart("xdomainExclude", fileName.indexOf("dojo.xd.js") != -1 && kwArgs.loader == "xdomain");
+ dojo._loadPath = function(/*String*/relpath, /*String?*/module, /*Function?*/cb){
+ // summary:
+ // Load a Javascript module given a relative path
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Loads and interprets the script located at relpath, which is
+ // relative to the script root directory. If the script is found but
+ // its interpretation causes a runtime exception, that exception is
+ // not caught by us, so the caller will see it. We return a true
+ // value if and only if the script is found.
+ //
+ // relpath:
+ // A relative path to a script (no leading '/', and typically ending
+ // in '.js').
+ // module:
+ // A module whose existance to check for after loading a path. Can be
+ // used to determine success or failure of the load.
+ // cb:
+ // a callback function to pass the result of evaluating the script
+
+ var uri = (((relpath.charAt(0) == '/' || relpath.match(/^\w+:/))) ? "" : this.baseUrl) + relpath;
+ if(djConfig.cacheBust && d.isBrowser){
+ uri += "?" + String(djConfig.cacheBust).replace(/\W+/g,"");
+ }
+ try{
+ return !module ? this._loadUri(uri, cb) : this._loadUriAndCheck(uri, module, cb); // Boolean
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug(e);
+ return false; // Boolean
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo._loadUri = function(/*String (URL)*/uri, /*Function?*/cb){
+ // summary:
+ // Loads JavaScript from a URI
+ // description:
+ // Reads the contents of the URI, and evaluates the contents. This is
+ // used to load modules as well as resource bundles. Returns true if
+ // it succeeded. Returns false if the URI reading failed. Throws if
+ // the evaluation throws.
+ // uri: a uri which points at the script to be loaded
+ // cb:
+ // a callback function to process the result of evaluating the script
+ // as an expression, typically used by the resource bundle loader to
+ // load JSON-style resources
+
+ if(this._loadedUrls[uri]){
+ return true; // Boolean
+ }
+ var contents = this._getText(uri, true);
+ if(!contents){ return false; } // Boolean
+ this._loadedUrls[uri] = true;
+ this._loadedUrls.push(uri);
+ if(cb){ contents = '('+contents+')'; }
+ var value = d["eval"](contents+"\r\n//@ sourceURL="+uri);
+ if(cb){ cb(value); }
+ return true; // Boolean
+ }
+ //>>excludeEnd("xdomainExclude");
+
+ // FIXME: probably need to add logging to this method
+ dojo._loadUriAndCheck = function(/*String (URL)*/uri, /*String*/moduleName, /*Function?*/cb){
+ // summary: calls loadUri then findModule and returns true if both succeed
+ var ok = false;
+ try{
+ ok = this._loadUri(uri, cb);
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug("failed loading " + uri + " with error: " + e);
+ }
+ return Boolean(ok && this._loadedModules[moduleName]); // Boolean
+ }
+
+ dojo.loaded = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // signal fired when initial environment and package loading is
+ // complete. You may use dojo.addOnLoad() or dojo.connect() to
+ // this method in order to handle initialization tasks that
+ // require the environment to be initialized. In a browser host,
+ // declarative widgets will be constructed when this function
+ // finishes runing.
+ this._loadNotifying = true;
+ this._postLoad = true;
+ var mll = this._loaders;
+
+ //Clear listeners so new ones can be added
+ //For other xdomain package loads after the initial load.
+ this._loaders = [];
+
+ for(var x=0; x<mll.length; x++){
+ mll[x]();
+ }
+
+ this._loadNotifying = false;
+
+ //Make sure nothing else got added to the onload queue
+ //after this first run. If something did, and we are not waiting for any
+ //more inflight resources, run again.
+ if(d._postLoad && d._inFlightCount == 0 && this._loaders.length > 0){
+ d._callLoaded();
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.unloaded = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // signal fired by impending environment destruction. You may use
+ // dojo.addOnUnload() or dojo.connect() to this method to perform
+ // page/application cleanup methods.
+ var mll = this._unloaders;
+ while(mll.length){
+ (mll.pop())();
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.addOnLoad = function(/*Object?*/obj, /*String|Function*/functionName){
+ // summary:
+ // Registers a function to be triggered after the DOM has finished
+ // loading and widgets declared in markup have been instantiated.
+ // Images and CSS files may or may not have finished downloading when
+ // the specified function is called. (Note that widgets' CSS and HTML
+ // code is guaranteed to be downloaded before said widgets are
+ // instantiated.)
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.addOnLoad(functionPointer);
+ // | dojo.addOnLoad(object, "functionName");
+ if(arguments.length == 1){
+ d._loaders.push(obj);
+ }else if(arguments.length > 1){
+ d._loaders.push(function(){
+ obj[functionName]();
+ });
+ }
+
+ //Added for xdomain loading. dojo.addOnLoad is used to
+ //indicate callbacks after doing some dojo.require() statements.
+ //In the xdomain case, if all the requires are loaded (after initial
+ //page load), then immediately call any listeners.
+ if(d._postLoad && d._inFlightCount == 0 && !d._loadNotifying){
+ d._callLoaded();
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.addOnUnload = function(/*Object?*/obj, /*String|Function?*/functionName){
+ // summary: registers a function to be triggered when the page unloads
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.addOnUnload(functionPointer)
+ // | dojo.addOnUnload(object, "functionName")
+ if(arguments.length == 1){
+ d._unloaders.push(obj);
+ }else if(arguments.length > 1){
+ d._unloaders.push(function(){
+ obj[functionName]();
+ });
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo._modulesLoaded = function(){
+ if(d._postLoad){ return; }
+ if(d._inFlightCount > 0){
+ console.debug("files still in flight!");
+ return;
+ }
+ d._callLoaded();
+ }
+
+ dojo._callLoaded = function(){
+ //The "object" check is for IE, and the other opera check fixes an issue
+ //in Opera where it could not find the body element in some widget test cases.
+ //For 0.9, maybe route all browsers through the setTimeout (need protection
+ //still for non-browser environments though). This might also help the issue with
+ //FF 2.0 and freezing issues where we try to do sync xhr while background css images
+ //are being loaded (trac #2572)? Consider for 0.9.
+ if(typeof setTimeout == "object" || (djConfig["useXDomain"] && d.isOpera)){
+ setTimeout("dojo.loaded();", 0);
+ }else{
+ d.loaded();
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo._getModuleSymbols = function(/*String*/modulename){
+ // summary:
+ // Converts a module name in dotted JS notation to an array
+ // representing the path in the source tree
+ var syms = modulename.split(".");
+ for(var i = syms.length; i>0; i--){
+ var parentModule = syms.slice(0, i).join(".");
+ if((i==1) && !this._moduleHasPrefix(parentModule)){
+ // Support default module directory (sibling of dojo) for top-level modules
+ syms[0] = "../" + syms[0];
+ }else{
+ var parentModulePath = this._getModulePrefix(parentModule);
+ if(parentModulePath != parentModule){
+ syms.splice(0, i, parentModulePath);
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ // console.debug(syms);
+ return syms; // Array
+ }
+
+ dojo._global_omit_module_check = false;
+
+ dojo._loadModule = dojo.require = function(/*String*/moduleName, /*Boolean?*/omitModuleCheck){
+ // summary:
+ // loads a Javascript module from the appropriate URI
+ // moduleName: String
+ // omitModuleCheck: Boolean?
+ // description:
+ // _loadModule("A.B") first checks to see if symbol A.B is defined. If
+ // it is, it is simply returned (nothing to do).
+ //
+ // If it is not defined, it will look for "A/B.js" in the script root
+ // directory.
+ //
+ // It throws if it cannot find a file to load, or if the symbol A.B is
+ // not defined after loading.
+ //
+ // It returns the object A.B.
+ //
+ // This does nothing about importing symbols into the current package.
+ // It is presumed that the caller will take care of that. For example,
+ // to import all symbols:
+ //
+ // | with (dojo._loadModule("A.B")) {
+ // | ...
+ // | }
+ //
+ // And to import just the leaf symbol:
+ //
+ // | var B = dojo._loadModule("A.B");
+ // | ...
+ // returns: the required namespace object
+ omitModuleCheck = this._global_omit_module_check || omitModuleCheck;
+ var module = this._loadedModules[moduleName];
+ if(module){
+ return module;
+ }
+
+ // convert periods to slashes
+ var relpath = this._getModuleSymbols(moduleName).join("/") + '.js';
+
+ var modArg = (!omitModuleCheck) ? moduleName : null;
+ var ok = this._loadPath(relpath, modArg);
+
+ if((!ok)&&(!omitModuleCheck)){
+ throw new Error("Could not load '" + moduleName + "'; last tried '" + relpath + "'");
+ }
+
+ // check that the symbol was defined
+ // Don't bother if we're doing xdomain (asynchronous) loading.
+ if((!omitModuleCheck)&&(!this["_isXDomain"])){
+ // pass in false so we can give better error
+ module = this._loadedModules[moduleName];
+ if(!module){
+ throw new Error("symbol '" + moduleName + "' is not defined after loading '" + relpath + "'");
+ }
+ }
+
+ return module;
+ }
+
+ dojo.provide = function(/*String*/ resourceName){
+ // summary:
+ // Each javascript source file must have (exactly) one dojo.provide()
+ // call at the top of the file, corresponding to the file name.
+ // For example, js/dojo/foo.js must have dojo.provide("dojo.foo"); at the
+ // top of the file.
+ // description:
+ // Each javascript source file is called a resource. When a resource
+ // is loaded by the browser, dojo.provide() registers that it has been
+ // loaded.
+ //
+ // For backwards compatibility reasons, in addition to registering the
+ // resource, dojo.provide() also ensures that the javascript object
+ // for the module exists. For example,
+ // dojo.provide("dojo.io.cometd"), in addition to registering that
+ // cometd.js is a resource for the dojo.iomodule, will ensure that
+ // the dojo.io javascript object exists, so that calls like
+ // dojo.io.foo = function(){ ... } don't fail.
+ //
+ // In the case of a build (or in the future, a rollup), where multiple
+ // javascript source files are combined into one bigger file (similar
+ // to a .lib or .jar file), that file will contain multiple
+ // dojo.provide() calls, to note that it includes multiple resources.
+
+ //Make sure we have a string.
+ resourceName = resourceName + "";
+ return (d._loadedModules[resourceName] = d.getObject(resourceName, true)); // Object
+ }
+
+ //Start of old bootstrap2:
+
+ dojo.platformRequire = function(/*Object containing Arrays*/modMap){
+ // description:
+ // This method taks a "map" of arrays which one can use to optionally
+ // load dojo modules. The map is indexed by the possible
+ // dojo.name_ values, with two additional values: "default"
+ // and "common". The items in the "default" array will be loaded if
+ // none of the other items have been choosen based on the
+ // hostenv.name_ item. The items in the "common" array will _always_
+ // be loaded, regardless of which list is chosen. Here's how it's
+ // normally called:
+ //
+ // | dojo.platformRequire({
+ // | // an example that passes multiple args to _loadModule()
+ // | browser: [
+ // | ["foo.bar.baz", true, true],
+ // | "foo.sample",
+ // | "foo.test,
+ // | ],
+ // | default: [ "foo.sample.*" ],
+ // | common: [ "really.important.module.*" ]
+ // | });
+
+ // FIXME: dojo.name_ no longer works!!
+
+ var common = modMap["common"]||[];
+ var result = common.concat(modMap[d._name]||modMap["default"]||[]);
+
+ for(var x=0; x<result.length; x++){
+ var curr = result[x];
+ if(curr.constructor == Array){
+ d._loadModule.apply(d, curr);
+ }else{
+ d._loadModule(curr);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+
+ dojo.requireIf = function(/*Boolean*/ condition, /*String*/ resourceName){
+ // summary:
+ // If the condition is true then call dojo.require() for the specified
+ // resource
+ if(condition === true){
+ // FIXME: why do we support chained require()'s here? does the build system?
+ var args = [];
+ for(var i = 1; i < arguments.length; i++){
+ args.push(arguments[i]);
+ }
+ d.require.apply(d, args);
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.requireAfterIf = d.requireIf;
+
+ dojo.registerModulePath = function(/*String*/module, /*String*/prefix){
+ // summary:
+ // maps a module name to a path
+ // description:
+ // An unregistered module is given the default path of ../<module>,
+ // relative to Dojo root. For example, module acme is mapped to
+ // ../acme. If you want to use a different module name, use
+ // dojo.registerModulePath.
+ d._modulePrefixes[module] = { name: module, value: prefix };
+ }
+
+ dojo.requireLocalization = function(/*String*/moduleName, /*String*/bundleName, /*String?*/locale, /*String?*/availableFlatLocales){
+ // summary:
+ // Declares translated resources and loads them if necessary, in the
+ // same style as dojo.require. Contents of the resource bundle are
+ // typically strings, but may be any name/value pair, represented in
+ // JSON format. See also dojo.i18n.getLocalization.
+ // moduleName:
+ // name of the package containing the "nls" directory in which the
+ // bundle is found
+ // bundleName:
+ // bundle name, i.e. the filename without the '.js' suffix
+ // locale:
+ // the locale to load (optional) By default, the browser's user
+ // locale as defined by dojo.locale
+ // availableFlatLocales:
+ // A comma-separated list of the available, flattened locales for this
+ // bundle. This argument should only be set by the build process.
+ // description:
+ // Load translated resource bundles provided underneath the "nls"
+ // directory within a package. Translated resources may be located in
+ // different packages throughout the source tree. For example, a
+ // particular widget may define one or more resource bundles,
+ // structured in a program as follows, where moduleName is
+ // mycode.mywidget and bundleNames available include bundleone and
+ // bundletwo:
+ //
+ // ...
+ // mycode/
+ // mywidget/
+ // nls/
+ // bundleone.js (the fallback translation, English in this example)
+ // bundletwo.js (also a fallback translation)
+ // de/
+ // bundleone.js
+ // bundletwo.js
+ // de-at/
+ // bundleone.js
+ // en/
+ // (empty; use the fallback translation)
+ // en-us/
+ // bundleone.js
+ // en-gb/
+ // bundleone.js
+ // es/
+ // bundleone.js
+ // bundletwo.js
+ // ...etc
+ // ...
+ //
+ // Each directory is named for a locale as specified by RFC 3066,
+ // (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt), normalized in lowercase.
+ // Note that the two bundles in the example do not define all the same
+ // variants. For a given locale, bundles will be loaded for that
+ // locale and all more general locales above it, including a fallback
+ // at the root directory. For example, a declaration for the "de-at"
+ // locale will first load nls/de-at/bundleone.js, then
+ // nls/de/bundleone.js and finally nls/bundleone.js. The data will be
+ // flattened into a single Object so that lookups will follow this
+ // cascading pattern. An optional build step can preload the bundles
+ // to avoid data redundancy and the multiple network hits normally
+ // required to load these resources.
+
+ d.require("dojo.i18n");
+ d.i18n._requireLocalization.apply(d.hostenv, arguments);
+ };
+
+
+ var ore = new RegExp("^(([^:/?#]+):)?(//([^/?#]*))?([^?#]*)(\\?([^#]*))?(#(.*))?$");
+ var ire = new RegExp("^((([^:]+:)?([^@]+))@)?([^:]*)(:([0-9]+))?$");
+
+ dojo._Url = function(/*dojo._Url||String...*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Constructor to create an object representing a URL.
+ // It is marked as private, since we might consider removing
+ // or simplifying it.
+ // description:
+ // Each argument is evaluated in order relative to the next until
+ // a canonical uri is produced. To get an absolute Uri relative to
+ // the current document use:
+ // new dojo._Url(document.baseURI, url)
+
+ var n = null;
+
+ // TODO: support for IPv6, see RFC 2732
+ var _a = arguments;
+ var uri = _a[0];
+ // resolve uri components relative to each other
+ for(var i = 1; i<_a.length; i++){
+ if(!_a[i]){ continue; }
+
+ // Safari doesn't support this.constructor so we have to be explicit
+ // FIXME: Tracked (and fixed) in Webkit bug 3537.
+ // http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3537
+ var relobj = new d._Url(_a[i]+"");
+ var uriobj = new d._Url(uri+"");
+
+ if(
+ (relobj.path=="") &&
+ (!relobj.scheme) &&
+ (!relobj.authority) &&
+ (!relobj.query)
+ ){
+ if(relobj.fragment != n){
+ uriobj.fragment = relobj.fragment;
+ }
+ relobj = uriobj;
+ }else if(!relobj.scheme){
+ relobj.scheme = uriobj.scheme;
+
+ if(!relobj.authority){
+ relobj.authority = uriobj.authority;
+
+ if(relobj.path.charAt(0) != "/"){
+ var path = uriobj.path.substring(0,
+ uriobj.path.lastIndexOf("/") + 1) + relobj.path;
+
+ var segs = path.split("/");
+ for(var j = 0; j < segs.length; j++){
+ if(segs[j] == "."){
+ if(j == segs.length - 1){
+ segs[j] = "";
+ }else{
+ segs.splice(j, 1);
+ j--;
+ }
+ }else if(j > 0 && !(j == 1 && segs[0] == "") &&
+ segs[j] == ".." && segs[j-1] != ".."){
+
+ if(j == (segs.length - 1)){
+ segs.splice(j, 1);
+ segs[j - 1] = "";
+ }else{
+ segs.splice(j - 1, 2);
+ j -= 2;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ relobj.path = segs.join("/");
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ uri = "";
+ if(relobj.scheme){
+ uri += relobj.scheme + ":";
+ }
+ if(relobj.authority){
+ uri += "//" + relobj.authority;
+ }
+ uri += relobj.path;
+ if(relobj.query){
+ uri += "?" + relobj.query;
+ }
+ if(relobj.fragment){
+ uri += "#" + relobj.fragment;
+ }
+ }
+
+ this.uri = uri.toString();
+
+ // break the uri into its main components
+ var r = this.uri.match(ore);
+
+ this.scheme = r[2] || (r[1] ? "" : n);
+ this.authority = r[4] || (r[3] ? "" : n);
+ this.path = r[5]; // can never be undefined
+ this.query = r[7] || (r[6] ? "" : n);
+ this.fragment = r[9] || (r[8] ? "" : n);
+
+ if(this.authority != n){
+ // server based naming authority
+ r = this.authority.match(ire);
+
+ this.user = r[3] || n;
+ this.password = r[4] || n;
+ this.host = r[5];
+ this.port = r[7] || n;
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo._Url.prototype.toString = function(){ return this.uri; };
+
+ dojo.moduleUrl = function(/*String*/module, /*dojo._Url||String*/url){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a Url object relative to a module
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.moduleUrl("dojo.widget","templates/template.html");
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.moduleUrl("acme","images/small.png")
+
+ var loc = dojo._getModuleSymbols(module).join('/');
+ if(!loc){ return null; }
+ if(loc.lastIndexOf("/") != loc.length-1){
+ loc += "/";
+ }
+
+ //If the path is an absolute path (starts with a / or is on another
+ //domain/xdomain) then don't add the baseUrl.
+ var colonIndex = loc.indexOf(":");
+ if(loc.charAt(0) != "/" && (colonIndex == -1 || colonIndex > loc.indexOf("/"))){
+ loc = d.baseUrl + loc;
+ }
+
+ return new d._Url(loc, url); // String
+ }
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_debug.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_debug.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2d84cb7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_debug.js
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base._loader.loader_debug"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base._loader.loader_debug"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base._loader.loader_debug");
+
+//Override dojo.provide, so we can trigger the next
+//script tag for the next local module. We can only add one
+//at a time because there are browsers that execute script tags
+//in the order that the code is received, and not in the DOM order.
+dojo.nonDebugProvide = dojo.provide;
+
+dojo.provide = function(resourceName){
+ var dbgQueue = dojo["_xdDebugQueue"];
+ if(dbgQueue && dbgQueue.length > 0 && resourceName == dbgQueue["currentResourceName"]){
+ //Set a timeout so the module can be executed into existence. Normally the
+ //dojo.provide call in a module is the first line. Don't want to risk attaching
+ //another script tag until the current one finishes executing.
+ window.setTimeout("dojo._xdDebugFileLoaded('" + resourceName + "')", 1);
+ }
+
+ return dojo.nonDebugProvide.apply(dojo, arguments);
+}
+
+dojo._xdDebugFileLoaded = function(resourceName){
+ var dbgQueue = this._xdDebugQueue;
+
+ if(resourceName && resourceName == dbgQueue.currentResourceName){
+ dbgQueue.shift();
+ }
+
+ if(dbgQueue.length == 0){
+ dbgQueue.currentResourceName = null;
+ this._xdNotifyLoaded();
+ }else{
+ dbgQueue.currentResourceName = dbgQueue[0].resourceName;
+ var element = document.createElement("script");
+ element.type = "text/javascript";
+ element.src = dbgQueue[0].resourcePath;
+ document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(element);
+ }
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_xd.js b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_xd.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7af8dd0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/_loader/loader_xd.js
@@ -0,0 +1,629 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base._loader.loader_xd"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base._loader.loader_xd"] = true;
+//Cross-domain resource loader.
+dojo.provide("dojo._base._loader.loader_xd");
+
+dojo._xdReset = function(){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Resets the xd state.
+
+ //This flag indicates where or not we have crossed into xdomain territory. Once any resource says
+ //it is cross domain, then the rest of the resources have to be treated as xdomain because we need
+ //to evaluate resources in order. If there is a xdomain resource followed by a xhr resource, we can't load
+ //the xhr resource until the one before it finishes loading. The text of the xhr resource will be converted
+ //to match the format for a xd resource and put in the xd load queue.
+ this._isXDomain = djConfig.useXDomain || false;
+
+ this._xdTimer = 0;
+ this._xdInFlight = {};
+ this._xdOrderedReqs = [];
+ this._xdDepMap = {};
+ this._xdContents = [];
+ this._xdDefList = [];
+}
+
+//Call reset immediately to set the state.
+dojo._xdReset();
+
+dojo._xdCreateResource = function(/*String*/contents, /*String*/resourceName, /*String*/resourcePath){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Creates an xd module source given an
+ //non-xd module contents.
+
+ //Remove comments. Not perfect, but good enough for dependency resolution.
+ var depContents = contents.replace(/(\/\*([\s\S]*?)\*\/|\/\/(.*)$)/mg , "");
+
+ //Find dependencies.
+ var deps = [];
+ var depRegExp = /dojo.(require|requireIf|provide|requireAfterIf|platformRequire|requireLocalization)\(([\w\W]*?)\)/mg;
+ var match;
+ while((match = depRegExp.exec(depContents)) != null){
+ if(match[1] == "requireLocalization"){
+ //Need to load the local bundles asap, since they are not
+ //part of the list of modules watched for loading.
+ eval(match[0]);
+ }else{
+ deps.push('"' + match[1] + '", ' + match[2]);
+ }
+ }
+
+ //Create resource object and the call to _xdResourceLoaded.
+ var output = [];
+ output.push("dojo._xdResourceLoaded({\n");
+
+ //Add dependencies
+ if(deps.length > 0){
+ output.push("depends: [");
+ for(var i = 0; i < deps.length; i++){
+ if(i > 0){
+ output.push(",\n");
+ }
+ output.push("[" + deps[i] + "]");
+ }
+ output.push("],");
+ }
+
+ //Add the contents of the file inside a function.
+ //Pass in dojo as an argument to the function to help with
+ //allowing multiple versions of dojo in a page.
+ output.push("\ndefineResource: function(dojo){");
+
+ //Don't put in the contents in the debugAtAllCosts case
+ //since the contents may have syntax errors. Let those
+ //get pushed up when the script tags are added to the page
+ //in the debugAtAllCosts case.
+ if(!djConfig["debugAtAllCosts"] || resourceName == "dojo._base._loader.loader_debug"){
+ output.push(contents);
+ }
+ //Add isLocal property so we know if we have to do something different
+ //in debugAtAllCosts situations.
+ output.push("\n}, resourceName: '" + resourceName + "', resourcePath: '" + resourcePath + "'});");
+
+ return output.join(""); //String
+}
+
+dojo._xdIsXDomainPath = function(/*string*/relpath) {
+ //summary: Figure out whether the path is local or x-domain
+ //If there is a colon before the first / then, we have a URL with a protocol.
+
+ var colonIndex = relpath.indexOf(":");
+ var slashIndex = relpath.indexOf("/");
+
+ if(colonIndex > 0 && colonIndex < slashIndex){
+ return true;
+ }else{
+ //Is the base script URI-based URL a cross domain URL?
+ //If so, then the relpath will be evaluated relative to
+ //baseUrl, and therefore qualify as xdomain.
+ //Only treat it as xdomain if the page does not have a
+ //host (file:// url) or if the baseUrl does not match the
+ //current window's domain.
+ var url = this.baseUrl;
+ colonIndex = url.indexOf(":");
+ slashIndex = url.indexOf("/");
+ if(colonIndex > 0 && colonIndex < slashIndex && (!location.host || url.indexOf("http://" + location.host) != 0)){
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+ return false;
+}
+
+dojo._loadPath = function(/*String*/relpath, /*String?*/module, /*Function?*/cb){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Overrides loadPath() from loader.js.
+ //xd loading requires slightly different behavior from loadPath().
+
+ var currentIsXDomain = this._xdIsXDomainPath(relpath);
+ this._isXDomain |= currentIsXDomain;
+
+ var uri = this.baseUrl + relpath;
+ if(currentIsXDomain){
+ // check whether the relpath is an absolute URL itself. If so, we
+ // ignore baseUrl
+ var colonIndex = relpath.indexOf(":");
+ var slashIndex = relpath.indexOf("/");
+ if(colonIndex > 0 && colonIndex < slashIndex){
+ uri = relpath;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(djConfig.cacheBust && dojo.isBrowser) { uri += "?" + String(djConfig.cacheBust).replace(/\W+/g,""); }
+ try{
+ return ((!module || this._isXDomain) ? this._loadUri(uri, cb, currentIsXDomain, module) : this._loadUriAndCheck(uri, module, cb)); //Boolean
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug(e);
+ return false; //Boolean
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._loadUri = function(/*String*/uri, /*Function?*/cb, /*boolean*/currentIsXDomain, /*String?*/module){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Overrides loadUri() from loader.js.
+ // xd loading requires slightly different behavior from loadPath().
+ //description: Wanted to override getText(), but it is used by
+ // the widget code in too many, synchronous ways right now.
+ if(this._loadedUrls[uri]){
+ return 1; //Boolean
+ }
+
+ //Add the module (resource) to the list of modules.
+ //Only do this work if we have a modlue name. Otherwise,
+ //it is a non-xd i18n bundle, which can load immediately and does not
+ //need to be tracked. Also, don't track dojo.i18n, since it is a prerequisite
+ //and will be loaded correctly if we load it right away: it has no dependencies.
+ if(this._isXDomain && module && module != "dojo.i18n"){
+ this._xdOrderedReqs.push(module);
+
+ //Add to waiting resources if it is an xdomain resource.
+ //Don't add non-xdomain i18n bundles, those get evaled immediately.
+ if(currentIsXDomain || uri.indexOf("/nls/") == -1){
+ this._xdInFlight[module] = true;
+
+ //Increment inFlightCount
+ //This will stop the modulesLoaded from firing all the way.
+ this._inFlightCount++;
+ }
+
+ //Start timer
+ if(!this._xdTimer){
+ this._xdTimer = setInterval("dojo._xdWatchInFlight();", 100);
+ }
+ this._xdStartTime = (new Date()).getTime();
+ }
+
+ if (currentIsXDomain){
+ //Fix name to be a .xd.fileextension name.
+ var lastIndex = uri.lastIndexOf('.');
+ if(lastIndex <= 0){
+ lastIndex = uri.length - 1;
+ }
+
+ var xdUri = uri.substring(0, lastIndex) + ".xd";
+ if(lastIndex != uri.length - 1){
+ xdUri += uri.substring(lastIndex, uri.length);
+ }
+
+ //Add to script src
+ var element = document.createElement("script");
+ element.type = "text/javascript";
+ element.src = xdUri;
+ if(!this.headElement){
+ this._headElement = document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0];
+
+ //Head element may not exist, particularly in html
+ //html 4 or tag soup cases where the page does not
+ //have a head tag in it. Use html element, since that will exist.
+ //Seems to be an issue mostly with Opera 9 and to lesser extent Safari 2
+ if(!this._headElement){
+ this._headElement = document.getElementsByTagName("html")[0];
+ }
+ }
+ this._headElement.appendChild(element);
+ }else{
+ var contents = this._getText(uri, null, true);
+ if(contents == null){ return 0; /*boolean*/}
+
+ //If this is not xdomain, or if loading a i18n resource bundle, then send it down
+ //the normal eval/callback path.
+ if(this._isXDomain
+ && uri.indexOf("/nls/") == -1
+ && module != "dojo.i18n"){
+ var res = this._xdCreateResource(contents, module, uri);
+ dojo.eval(res);
+ }else{
+ if(cb){ contents = '('+contents+')'; }
+ var value = dojo.eval(contents);
+ if(cb){
+ cb(value);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ //These steps are done in the non-xd loader version of this function.
+ //Maintain these steps to fit in with the existing system.
+ this._loadedUrls[uri] = true;
+ this._loadedUrls.push(uri);
+ return true; //Boolean
+}
+
+dojo._xdResourceLoaded = function(/*Object*/res){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Called by an xd module resource when
+ //it has been loaded via a script tag.
+ var deps = res.depends;
+ var requireList = null;
+ var requireAfterList = null;
+ var provideList = [];
+ if(deps && deps.length > 0){
+ var dep = null;
+ var insertHint = 0;
+ var attachedResource = false;
+ for(var i = 0; i < deps.length; i++){
+ dep = deps[i];
+
+ //Look for specific dependency indicators.
+ if (dep[0] == "provide"){
+ provideList.push(dep[1]);
+ }else{
+ if(!requireList){
+ requireList = [];
+ }
+ if(!requireAfterList){
+ requireAfterList = [];
+ }
+
+ var unpackedDeps = this._xdUnpackDependency(dep);
+ if(unpackedDeps.requires){
+ requireList = requireList.concat(unpackedDeps.requires);
+ }
+ if(unpackedDeps.requiresAfter){
+ requireAfterList = requireAfterList.concat(unpackedDeps.requiresAfter);
+ }
+ }
+
+ //Call the dependency indicator to allow for the normal dojo setup.
+ //Only allow for one dot reference, for the i18n._preloadLocalizations calls
+ //(and maybe future, one-dot things).
+ var depType = dep[0];
+ var objPath = depType.split(".");
+ if(objPath.length == 2){
+ dojo[objPath[0]][objPath[1]].apply(dojo[objPath[0]], dep.slice(1));
+ }else{
+ dojo[depType].apply(dojo, dep.slice(1));
+ }
+ }
+
+
+ //If loading the debugAtAllCosts module, eval it right away since we need
+ //its functions to properly load the other modules.
+ if(provideList.length == 1 && provideList[0] == "dojo._base._loader.loader_debug"){
+ res.defineResource(dojo);
+ }else{
+ //Save off the resource contents for definition later.
+ var contentIndex = this._xdContents.push({
+ content: res.defineResource,
+ resourceName: res["resourceName"],
+ resourcePath: res["resourcePath"],
+ isDefined: false
+ }) - 1;
+
+ //Add provide/requires to dependency map.
+ for(var i = 0; i < provideList.length; i++){
+ this._xdDepMap[provideList[i]] = { requires: requireList, requiresAfter: requireAfterList, contentIndex: contentIndex };
+ }
+ }
+
+ //Now update the inflight status for any provided resources in this loaded resource.
+ //Do this at the very end (in a *separate* for loop) to avoid shutting down the
+ //inflight timer check too soon.
+ for(var i = 0; i < provideList.length; i++){
+ this._xdInFlight[provideList[i]] = false;
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._xdLoadFlattenedBundle = function(/*String*/moduleName, /*String*/bundleName, /*String?*/locale, /*Object*/bundleData){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Used when loading
+ //a flattened localized bundle via a script tag.
+ locale = locale || "root";
+ var jsLoc = dojo.i18n.normalizeLocale(locale).replace('-', '_');
+ var bundleResource = [moduleName, "nls", bundleName].join(".");
+ var bundle = dojo["provide"](bundleResource);
+ bundle[jsLoc] = bundleData;
+
+ //Assign the bundle for the original locale(s) we wanted.
+ var mapName = [moduleName, jsLoc, bundleName].join(".");
+ var bundleMap = dojo._xdBundleMap[mapName];
+ if(bundleMap){
+ for(var param in bundleMap){
+ bundle[param] = bundleData;
+ }
+ }
+};
+
+
+dojo._xdInitExtraLocales = function(){
+ // Simulate the extra locale work that dojo.requireLocalization does.
+
+ var extra = djConfig.extraLocale;
+ if(extra){
+ if(!extra instanceof Array){
+ extra = [extra];
+ }
+
+ dojo._xdReqLoc = dojo.xdRequireLocalization;
+ dojo.xdRequireLocalization = function(m, b, locale, fLocales){
+ dojo._xdReqLoc(m,b,locale, fLocales);
+ if(locale){return;}
+ for(var i=0; i<extra.length; i++){
+ dojo._xdReqLoc(m,b,extra[i], fLocales);
+ }
+ };
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._xdBundleMap = {};
+
+dojo.xdRequireLocalization = function(/*String*/moduleName, /*String*/bundleName, /*String?*/locale, /*String*/availableFlatLocales){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. The xd version of dojo.requireLocalization.
+
+
+ //Account for allowing multiple extra locales. Do this here inside the function
+ //since dojo._xdInitExtraLocales() depends on djConfig being set up, but that only
+ //happens after hostenv_browser runs. loader_xd has to come before hostenv_browser
+ //though since hostenv_browser can do a dojo.require for the debug module.
+ if(dojo._xdInitExtraLocales){
+ dojo._xdInitExtraLocales();
+ dojo._xdInitExtraLocales = null;
+ dojo.xdRequireLocalization.apply(dojo, arguments);
+ return;
+ }
+
+ var locales = availableFlatLocales.split(",");
+
+ //Find the best-match locale to load.
+ //Assumes dojo.i18n has already been loaded. This is true for xdomain builds,
+ //since it is included in dojo.xd.js.
+ var jsLoc = dojo.i18n.normalizeLocale(locale);
+
+ var bestLocale = "";
+ for(var i = 0; i < locales.length; i++){
+ //Locale must match from start of string.
+ if(jsLoc.indexOf(locales[i]) == 0){
+ if(locales[i].length > bestLocale.length){
+ bestLocale = locales[i];
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ var fixedBestLocale = bestLocale.replace('-', '_');
+ //See if the bundle we are going to use is already loaded.
+ var bundleResource = dojo.getObject([moduleName, "nls", bundleName].join("."));
+ if(bundleResource && bundleResource[fixedBestLocale]){
+ bundle[jsLoc.replace('-', '_')] = bundleResource[fixedBestLocale];
+ }else{
+ //Need to remember what locale we wanted and which one we actually use.
+ //Then when we load the one we are actually using, use that bundle for the one
+ //we originally wanted.
+ var mapName = [moduleName, (fixedBestLocale||"root"), bundleName].join(".");
+ var bundleMap = dojo._xdBundleMap[mapName];
+ if(!bundleMap){
+ bundleMap = dojo._xdBundleMap[mapName] = {};
+ }
+ bundleMap[jsLoc.replace('-', '_')] = true;
+
+ //Do just a normal dojo.require so the resource tracking stuff works as usual.
+ dojo.require(moduleName + ".nls" + (bestLocale ? "." + bestLocale : "") + "." + bundleName);
+ }
+}
+
+// Replace dojo.requireLocalization with a wrapper
+dojo._xdRealRequireLocalization = dojo.requireLocalization;
+dojo.requireLocalization = function(/*String*/moduleName, /*String*/bundleName, /*String?*/locale, /*String*/availableFlatLocales){
+ // summary: loads a bundle intelligently based on whether the module is
+ // local or xd. Overrides the local-case implementation.
+
+ var modulePath = this.moduleUrl(moduleName).toString();
+ if (this._xdIsXDomainPath(modulePath)) {
+ // call cross-domain loader
+ return dojo.xdRequireLocalization.apply(dojo, arguments);
+ } else {
+ // call local-loader
+ return dojo._xdRealRequireLocalization.apply(dojo, arguments);
+ }
+}
+
+//This is a bit brittle: it has to know about the dojo methods that deal with dependencies
+//It would be ideal to intercept the actual methods and do something fancy at that point,
+//but I have concern about knowing which provide to match to the dependency in that case,
+//since scripts can load whenever they want, and trigger new calls to dojo._xdResourceLoaded().
+dojo._xdUnpackDependency = function(/*Array*/dep){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function. Determines what to do with a dependency
+ //that was listed in an xd version of a module contents.
+
+ //Extract the dependency(ies).
+ var newDeps = null;
+ var newAfterDeps = null;
+ switch(dep[0]){
+ case "requireIf":
+ case "requireAfterIf":
+ //First arg (dep[1]) is the test. Depedency is dep[2].
+ if(dep[1] === true){
+ newDeps = [{name: dep[2], content: null}];
+ }
+ break;
+ case "platformRequire":
+ var modMap = dep[1];
+ var common = modMap["common"]||[];
+ var newDeps = (modMap[dojo.hostenv.name_]) ? common.concat(modMap[dojo.hostenv.name_]||[]) : common.concat(modMap["default"]||[]);
+ //Flatten the array of arrays into a one-level deep array.
+ //Each result could be an array of 3 elements (the 3 arguments to dojo.require).
+ //We only need the first one.
+ if(newDeps){
+ for(var i = 0; i < newDeps.length; i++){
+ if(newDeps[i] instanceof Array){
+ newDeps[i] = {name: newDeps[i][0], content: null};
+ }else{
+ newDeps[i] = {name: newDeps[i], content: null};
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+ case "require":
+ //Just worry about dep[1]
+ newDeps = [{name: dep[1], content: null}];
+ break;
+ case "i18n._preloadLocalizations":
+ //We can eval these immediately, since they load i18n bundles.
+ //Since i18n bundles have no dependencies, whenever they are loaded
+ //in a script tag, they are evaluated immediately, so we do not have to
+ //treat them has an explicit dependency for the dependency mapping.
+ //We can call it immediately since dojo.i18n is part of dojo.xd.js.
+ dojo.i18n._preloadLocalizations.apply(dojo.i18n._preloadLocalizations, dep.slice(1));
+ break;
+ }
+
+ //The requireIf and requireAfterIf needs to be evaluated after the current resource is evaluated.
+ if(dep[0] == "requireAfterIf" || dep[0] == "requireIf"){
+ newAfterDeps = newDeps;
+ newDeps = null;
+ }
+ return {requires: newDeps, requiresAfter: newAfterDeps}; //Object
+}
+
+dojo._xdWalkReqs = function(){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function.
+ //Walks the requires and evaluates module resource contents in
+ //the right order.
+ var reqChain = null;
+ var req;
+ for(var i = 0; i < this._xdOrderedReqs.length; i++){
+ req = this._xdOrderedReqs[i];
+ if(this._xdDepMap[req]){
+ reqChain = [req];
+ reqChain[req] = true; //Allow for fast lookup of the req in the array
+ this._xdEvalReqs(reqChain);
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._xdEvalReqs = function(/*Array*/reqChain){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function.
+ //Does a depth first, breadth second search and eval of required modules.
+ while(reqChain.length > 0){
+ var req = reqChain[reqChain.length - 1];
+ var res = this._xdDepMap[req];
+ if(res){
+ //Trace down any requires for this resource.
+ //START dojo._xdTraceReqs() inlining for small Safari 2.0 call stack
+ var reqs = res.requires;
+ if(reqs && reqs.length > 0){
+ var nextReq;
+ for(var i = 0; i < reqs.length; i++){
+ nextReq = reqs[i].name;
+ if(nextReq && !reqChain[nextReq]){
+ //New req depedency. Follow it down.
+ reqChain.push(nextReq);
+ reqChain[nextReq] = true;
+ this._xdEvalReqs(reqChain);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ //END dojo._xdTraceReqs() inlining for small Safari 2.0 call stack
+
+ //Evaluate the resource.
+ var contents = this._xdContents[res.contentIndex];
+ if(!contents.isDefined){
+ var content = contents.content;
+ content["resourceName"] = contents["resourceName"];
+ content["resourcePath"] = contents["resourcePath"];
+ this._xdDefList.push(content);
+ contents.isDefined = true;
+ }
+ this._xdDepMap[req] = null;
+
+ //Trace down any requireAfters for this resource.
+ //START dojo._xdTraceReqs() inlining for small Safari 2.0 call stack
+ var reqs = res.requiresAfter;
+ if(reqs && reqs.length > 0){
+ var nextReq;
+ for(var i = 0; i < reqs.length; i++){
+ nextReq = reqs[i].name;
+ if(nextReq && !reqChain[nextReq]){
+ //New req depedency. Follow it down.
+ reqChain.push(nextReq);
+ reqChain[nextReq] = true;
+ this._xdEvalReqs(reqChain);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ //END dojo._xdTraceReqs() inlining for small Safari 2.0 call stack
+ }
+
+ //Done with that require. Remove it and go to the next one.
+ reqChain.pop();
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._xdClearInterval = function(){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function.
+ //Clears the interval timer used to check on the
+ //status of in-flight xd module resource requests.
+ clearInterval(this._xdTimer);
+ this._xdTimer = 0;
+}
+
+dojo._xdWatchInFlight = function(){
+ //summary: Internal xd loader function.
+ //Monitors in-flight requests for xd module resources.
+
+ var noLoads = "";
+ var waitInterval = (djConfig.xdWaitSeconds || 15) * 1000;
+ var expired = (this._xdStartTime + waitInterval) < (new Date()).getTime();
+
+ //If any xdInFlight are true, then still waiting for something to load.
+ //Come back later. If we timed out, report the things that did not load.
+ for(var param in this._xdInFlight){
+ if(this._xdInFlight[param] === true){
+ if(expired){
+ noLoads += param + " ";
+ }else{
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ //All done. Clean up and notify.
+ this._xdClearInterval();
+
+ if(expired){
+ throw "Could not load cross-domain resources: " + noLoads;
+ }
+
+ this._xdWalkReqs();
+
+ var defLength = this._xdDefList.length;
+ for(var i= 0; i < defLength; i++){
+ var content = dojo._xdDefList[i];
+ if(djConfig["debugAtAllCosts"] && content["resourceName"]){
+ if(!this["_xdDebugQueue"]){
+ this._xdDebugQueue = [];
+ }
+ this._xdDebugQueue.push({resourceName: content.resourceName, resourcePath: content.resourcePath});
+ }else{
+ //Evaluate the resource to bring it into being.
+ //Pass dojo in so that later, to support multiple versions of dojo
+ //in a page, we can pass which version of dojo to use.
+ content(dojo);
+ }
+ }
+
+ //Evaluate any resources that were not evaled before.
+ //This normally shouldn't happen with proper dojo.provide and dojo.require
+ //usage, but providing it just in case. Note that these may not be executed
+ //in the original order that the developer intended.
+ //Pass dojo in so that later, to support multiple versions of dojo
+ //in a page, we can pass which version of dojo to use.
+ for(var i = 0; i < this._xdContents.length; i++){
+ var current = this._xdContents[i];
+ if(current.content && !current.isDefined){
+ current.content(dojo);
+ }
+ }
+
+ //Clean up for the next round of xd loading.
+ this._xdReset();
+
+ if(this["_xdDebugQueue"] && this._xdDebugQueue.length > 0){
+ this._xdDebugFileLoaded();
+ }else{
+ this._xdNotifyLoaded();
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._xdNotifyLoaded = function(){
+ //Clear inflight count so we will finally do finish work.
+ this._inFlightCount = 0;
+
+ //Only trigger call loaded if dj_load_init has run.
+ if(this._initFired && !this._loadNotifying){
+ this._callLoaded();
+ }
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/array.js b/media/dojo/_base/array.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2aee164
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/array.js
@@ -0,0 +1,167 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.array"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.array"] = true;
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.array");
+
+(function(){
+ var _getParts = function(arr, obj, cb){
+ return [
+ (dojo.isString(arr) ? arr.split("") : arr),
+ (obj||dojo.global),
+ // FIXME: cache the anonymous functions we create here?
+ (dojo.isString(cb) ? (new Function("item", "index", "array", cb)) : cb)
+ ];
+ }
+
+ dojo.mixin(dojo, {
+ indexOf: function( /*Array*/ array,
+ /*Object*/ value,
+ /*Integer?*/ fromIndex,
+ /*Boolean?*/ findLast){
+ // summary:
+ // locates the first index of the provided value in the
+ // passed array. If the value is not found, -1 is returned.
+ // description:
+ // For details on this method, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:indexOf
+
+ var i = 0, step = 1, end = array.length;
+ if(findLast){
+ i = end - 1;
+ step = end = -1;
+ }
+ for(i = fromIndex || i; i != end; i += step){
+ if(array[i] == value){ return i; }
+ }
+ return -1; // Number
+ },
+
+ lastIndexOf: function(/*Array*/array, /*Object*/value, /*Integer?*/fromIndex){
+ // summary:
+ // locates the last index of the provided value in the passed array.
+ // If the value is not found, -1 is returned.
+ // description:
+ // For details on this method, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:lastIndexOf
+ return dojo.indexOf(array, value, fromIndex, true); // Number
+ },
+
+ forEach: function(/*Array*/arr, /*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/obj){
+ // summary:
+ // for every item in arr, call callback with that item as its
+ // only parameter.
+ // description:
+ // Return values are ignored. This function
+ // corresponds (and wraps) the JavaScript 1.6 forEach method. For
+ // more details, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:forEach
+
+ // match the behavior of the built-in forEach WRT empty arrs
+ if(!arr || !arr.length){ return; }
+
+ // FIXME: there are several ways of handilng thisObject. Is
+ // dojo.global always the default context?
+ var _p = _getParts(arr, obj, callback); arr = _p[0];
+ for(var i=0,l=_p[0].length; i<l; i++){
+ _p[2].call(_p[1], arr[i], i, arr);
+ }
+ },
+
+ _everyOrSome: function(/*Boolean*/every, /*Array*/arr, /*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/obj){
+ var _p = _getParts(arr, obj, callback); arr = _p[0];
+ for(var i = 0, l = arr.length; i < l; i++){
+ var result = !!_p[2].call(_p[1], arr[i], i, arr);
+ if(every ^ result){
+ return result; // Boolean
+ }
+ }
+ return every; // Boolean
+ },
+
+ every: function(/*Array*/arr, /*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/thisObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Determines whether or not every item in the array satisfies the
+ // condition implemented by callback.
+ // description:
+ // The parameter thisObject may be used to
+ // scope the call to callback. The function signature is derived
+ // from the JavaScript 1.6 Array.every() function. More
+ // information on this can be found here:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:every
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.every([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item>1; });
+ // returns false
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.every([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item>0; });
+ // returns true
+ return this._everyOrSome(true, arr, callback, thisObject); // Boolean
+ },
+
+ some: function(/*Array*/arr, /*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/thisObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Determines whether or not any item in the array satisfies the
+ // condition implemented by callback.
+ // description:
+ // The parameter thisObject may be used to
+ // scope the call to callback. The function signature is derived
+ // from the JavaScript 1.6 Array.some() function. More
+ // information on this can be found here:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:some
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.some([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item>1; });
+ // returns true
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.some([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item<1; });
+ // returns false
+ return this._everyOrSome(false, arr, callback, thisObject); // Boolean
+ },
+
+ map: function(/*Array*/arr, /*Function*/func, /*Function?*/obj){
+ // summary:
+ // applies a function to each element of an Array and creates
+ // an Array with the results
+ // description:
+ // Returns a new array constituted from the return values of
+ // passing each element of arr into unary_func. The obj parameter
+ // may be passed to enable the passed function to be called in
+ // that scope. In environments that support JavaScript 1.6, this
+ // function is a passthrough to the built-in map() function
+ // provided by Array instances. For details on this, see:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:map
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.map([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item+1 });
+ // returns [2, 3, 4, 5]
+ var _p = _getParts(arr, obj, func); arr = _p[0];
+ var outArr = ((arguments[3]) ? (new arguments[3]()) : []);
+ for(var i=0;i<arr.length;++i){
+ outArr.push(_p[2].call(_p[1], arr[i], i, arr));
+ }
+ return outArr; // Array
+ },
+
+ filter: function(/*Array*/arr, /*Function*/callback, /*Object?*/obj){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a new Array with those items from arr that match the
+ // condition implemented by callback. ob may be used to
+ // scope the call to callback. The function signature is derived
+ // from the JavaScript 1.6 Array.filter() function.
+ //
+ // More information on the JS 1.6 API can be found here:
+ // http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Core_JavaScript_1.5_Reference:Global_Objects:Array:filter
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.filter([1, 2, 3, 4], function(item){ return item>1; });
+ // returns [2, 3, 4]
+
+ var _p = _getParts(arr, obj, callback); arr = _p[0];
+ var outArr = [];
+ for(var i = 0; i < arr.length; i++){
+ if(_p[2].call(_p[1], arr[i], i, arr)){
+ outArr.push(arr[i]);
+ }
+ }
+ return outArr; // Array
+ }
+ });
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/connect.js b/media/dojo/_base/connect.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5111372
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/connect.js
@@ -0,0 +1,285 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.connect"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.connect"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.connect");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+
+// this file courtesy of the TurboAjax Group, licensed under a Dojo CLA
+
+// low-level delegation machinery
+dojo._listener = {
+ // create a dispatcher function
+ getDispatcher: function(){
+ // following comments pulled out-of-line to prevent cloning them
+ // in the returned function.
+ // - indices (i) that are really in the array of listeners (ls) will
+ // not be in Array.prototype. This is the 'sparse array' trick
+ // that keeps us safe from libs that take liberties with built-in
+ // objects
+ // - listener is invoked with current scope (this)
+ return function(){
+ var ap=Array.prototype, c=arguments.callee, ls=c._listeners, t=c.target;
+ // return value comes from original target function
+ var r=t && t.apply(this, arguments);
+ // invoke listeners after target function
+ for(var i in ls){
+ if(!(i in ap)){
+ ls[i].apply(this, arguments);
+ }
+ }
+ // return value comes from original target function
+ return r;
+ }
+ },
+ // add a listener to an object
+ add: function(/*Object*/ source, /*String*/ method, /*Function*/ listener){
+ // Whenever 'method' is invoked, 'listener' will have the same scope.
+ // Trying to supporting a context object for the listener led to
+ // complexity.
+ // Non trivial to provide 'once' functionality here
+ // because listener could be the result of a dojo.hitch call,
+ // in which case two references to the same hitch target would not
+ // be equivalent.
+ source = source || dojo.global;
+ // The source method is either null, a dispatcher, or some other function
+ var f = source[method];
+ // Ensure a dispatcher
+ if(!f||!f._listeners){
+ var d = dojo._listener.getDispatcher();
+ // original target function is special
+ d.target = f;
+ // dispatcher holds a list of listeners
+ d._listeners = [];
+ // redirect source to dispatcher
+ f = source[method] = d;
+ }
+ // The contract is that a handle is returned that can
+ // identify this listener for disconnect.
+ //
+ // The type of the handle is private. Here is it implemented as Integer.
+ // DOM event code has this same contract but handle is Function
+ // in non-IE browsers.
+ //
+ // We could have separate lists of before and after listeners.
+ return f._listeners.push(listener) ; /*Handle*/
+ },
+ // remove a listener from an object
+ remove: function(/*Object*/ source, /*String*/ method, /*Handle*/ handle){
+ var f = (source||dojo.global)[method];
+ // remember that handle is the index+1 (0 is not a valid handle)
+ if(f && f._listeners && handle--){
+ delete f._listeners[handle];
+ }
+ }
+};
+
+// Multiple delegation for arbitrary methods.
+
+// This unit knows nothing about DOM,
+// but we include DOM aware
+// documentation and dontFix
+// argument here to help the autodocs.
+// Actual DOM aware code is in event.js.
+
+dojo.connect = function(/*Object|null*/ obj,
+ /*String*/ event,
+ /*Object|null*/ context,
+ /*String|Function*/ method,
+ /*Boolean*/ dontFix){
+ // summary:
+ // Create a link that calls one function when another executes.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Connects method to event, so that after event fires, method
+ // does too. All connected functions are passed the same arguments as
+ // the event function was initially called with. You may connect as
+ // many methods to event as needed.
+ //
+ // event must be a string. If obj is null, dojo.global is used.
+ //
+ // null arguments may simply be omitted.
+ //
+ // obj[event] can resolve to a function or undefined (null).
+ // If obj[event] is null, it is assigned a function.
+ //
+ // The return value is a handle that is needed to
+ // remove this connection with dojo.disconnect.
+ //
+ // obj:
+ // The source object for the event function.
+ // Defaults to dojo.global if null.
+ // If obj is a DOM node, the connection is delegated
+ // to the DOM event manager (unless dontFix is true).
+ //
+ // event:
+ // String name of the event function in obj.
+ // I.e. identifies a property obj[event].
+ //
+ // context:
+ // The object that method will receive as "this".
+ //
+ // If context is null and method is a function, then method
+ // inherits the context of event.
+ //
+ // If method is a string then context must be the source
+ // object object for method (context[method]). If context is null,
+ // dojo.global is used.
+ //
+ // method:
+ // A function reference, or name of a function in context.
+ // The function identified by method fires after event does.
+ // method receives the same arguments as the event.
+ // See context argument comments for information on method's scope.
+ //
+ // dontFix:
+ // If obj is a DOM node, set dontFix to true to prevent delegation
+ // of this connection to the DOM event manager.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // When obj.onchange(), do ui.update():
+ // | dojo.connect(obj, "onchange", ui, "update");
+ // | dojo.connect(obj, "onchange", ui, ui.update); // same
+ //
+ // example:
+ // Using return value for disconnect:
+ // | var link = dojo.connect(obj, "onchange", ui, "update");
+ // | ...
+ // | dojo.disconnect(link);
+ //
+ // example:
+ // When onglobalevent executes, watcher.handler is invoked:
+ // | dojo.connect(null, "onglobalevent", watcher, "handler");
+ //
+ // example:
+ // When ob.onCustomEvent executes, customEventHandler is invoked:
+ // | dojo.connect(ob, "onCustomEvent", null, "customEventHandler");
+ // | dojo.connect(ob, "onCustomEvent", "customEventHandler"); // same
+ //
+ // example:
+ // When ob.onCustomEvent executes, customEventHandler is invoked
+ // with the same scope (this):
+ // | dojo.connect(ob, "onCustomEvent", null, customEventHandler);
+ // | dojo.connect(ob, "onCustomEvent", customEventHandler); // same
+ //
+ // example:
+ // When globalEvent executes, globalHandler is invoked
+ // with the same scope (this):
+ // | dojo.connect(null, "globalEvent", null, globalHandler);
+ // | dojo.connect("globalEvent", globalHandler); // same
+
+ // normalize arguments
+ var a=arguments, args=[], i=0;
+ // if a[0] is a String, obj was ommited
+ args.push(dojo.isString(a[0]) ? null : a[i++], a[i++]);
+ // if the arg-after-next is a String or Function, context was NOT omitted
+ var a1 = a[i+1];
+ args.push(dojo.isString(a1)||dojo.isFunction(a1) ? a[i++] : null, a[i++]);
+ // absorb any additional arguments
+ for(var l=a.length; i<l; i++){ args.push(a[i]); }
+ // do the actual work
+ return dojo._connect.apply(this, args); /*Handle*/
+}
+
+// used by non-browser hostenvs. always overriden by event.js
+dojo._connect = function(obj, event, context, method){
+ var l=dojo._listener, h=l.add(obj, event, dojo.hitch(context, method));
+ return [obj, event, h, l]; // Handle
+}
+
+dojo.disconnect = function(/*Handle*/ handle){
+ // summary:
+ // Remove a link created by dojo.connect.
+ // description:
+ // Removes the connection between event and the method referenced by handle.
+ // handle:
+ // the return value of the dojo.connect call that created the connection.
+ if(handle && handle[0] !== undefined){
+ dojo._disconnect.apply(this, handle);
+ // let's not keep this reference
+ delete handle[0];
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._disconnect = function(obj, event, handle, listener){
+ listener.remove(obj, event, handle);
+}
+
+// topic publish/subscribe
+
+dojo._topics = {};
+
+dojo.subscribe = function(/*String*/ topic, /*Object|null*/ context, /*String|Function*/ method){
+ // summary:
+ // Attach a listener to a named topic. The listener function is invoked whenever the
+ // named topic is published (see: dojo.publish).
+ // Returns a handle which is needed to unsubscribe this listener.
+ // context:
+ // Scope in which method will be invoked, or null for default scope.
+ // method:
+ // The name of a function in context, or a function reference. This is the function that
+ // is invoked when topic is published.
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.subscribe("alerts", null, function(caption, message){ alert(caption + "\n" + message); };
+ // | dojo.publish("alerts", [ "read this", "hello world" ]);
+
+ // support for 2 argument invocation (omitting context) depends on hitch
+ return [topic, dojo._listener.add(dojo._topics, topic, dojo.hitch(context, method))]; /*Handle*/
+}
+
+dojo.unsubscribe = function(/*Handle*/ handle){
+ // summary:
+ // Remove a topic listener.
+ // handle:
+ // The handle returned from a call to subscribe.
+ // example:
+ // | var alerter = dojo.subscribe("alerts", null, function(caption, message){ alert(caption + "\n" + message); };
+ // | ...
+ // | dojo.unsubscribe(alerter);
+ if(handle){
+ dojo._listener.remove(dojo._topics, handle[0], handle[1]);
+ }
+}
+
+dojo.publish = function(/*String*/ topic, /*Array*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Invoke all listener method subscribed to topic.
+ // topic:
+ // The name of the topic to publish.
+ // args:
+ // An array of arguments. The arguments will be applied
+ // to each topic subscriber (as first class parameters, via apply).
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.subscribe("alerts", null, function(caption, message){ alert(caption + "\n" + message); };
+ // | dojo.publish("alerts", [ "read this", "hello world" ]);
+
+ // Note that args is an array, which is more efficient vs variable length
+ // argument list. Ideally, var args would be implemented via Array
+ // throughout the APIs.
+ var f = dojo._topics[topic];
+ if(f){
+ f.apply(this, args||[]);
+ }
+}
+
+dojo.connectPublisher = function( /*String*/ topic,
+ /*Object|null*/ obj,
+ /*String*/ event){
+ // summary:
+ // Ensure that everytime obj.event() is called, a message is published
+ // on the topic. Returns a handle which can be passed to
+ // dojo.disconnect() to disable subsequent automatic publication on
+ // the topic.
+ // topic:
+ // The name of the topic to publish.
+ // obj:
+ // The source object for the event function. Defaults to dojo.global
+ // if null.
+ // event:
+ // The name of the event function in obj.
+ // I.e. identifies a property obj[event].
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.connectPublisher("/ajax/start", dojo, "xhrGet"};
+ var pf = function(){ dojo.publish(topic, arguments); }
+ return (event) ? dojo.connect(obj, event, pf) : dojo.connect(obj, pf); //Handle
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/declare.js b/media/dojo/_base/declare.js
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/declare.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.declare"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.declare"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.declare");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+
+// this file courtesy of the TurboAjax group, licensed under a Dojo CLA
+
+dojo.declare = function(/*String*/ className, /*Function|Function[]*/ superclass, /*Object*/ props){
+ // summary:
+ // Create a feature-rich constructor from compact notation
+ // className:
+ // The name of the constructor (loosely, a "class")
+ // stored in the "declaredClass" property in the created prototype
+ // superclass:
+ // May be null, a Function, or an Array of Functions. If an array,
+ // the first element is used as the prototypical ancestor and
+ // any following Functions become mixin ancestors.
+ // props:
+ // An object whose properties are copied to the
+ // created prototype.
+ // Add an instance-initialization function by making it a property
+ // named "constructor".
+ // description:
+ // Create a constructor using a compact notation for inheritance and
+ // prototype extension.
+ //
+ // All superclasses (including mixins) must be Functions (not simple Objects).
+ //
+ // Mixin ancestors provide a type of multiple inheritance. Prototypes of mixin
+ // ancestors are copied to the new class: changes to mixin prototypes will
+ // not affect classes to which they have been mixed in.
+ //
+ // "className" is cached in "declaredClass" property of the new class.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.declare("my.classes.bar", my.classes.foo, {
+ // | // properties to be added to the class prototype
+ // | someValue: 2,
+ // | // initialization function
+ // | constructor: function(){
+ // | this.myComplicatedObject = new ReallyComplicatedObject();
+ // | },
+ // | // other functions
+ // | someMethod: function(){
+ // | doStuff();
+ // | }
+ // | );
+
+ // argument juggling (deprecated)
+ if(dojo.isFunction(props)||(arguments.length>3)){
+ dojo.deprecated("dojo.declare: for class '" + className + "' pass initializer function as 'constructor' property instead of as a separate argument.", "", "1.0");
+ var c = props;
+ props = arguments[3] || {};
+ props.constructor = c;
+ }
+ // process superclass argument
+ // var dd=dojo.declare, mixins=null;
+ var dd=arguments.callee, mixins=null;
+ if(dojo.isArray(superclass)){
+ mixins = superclass;
+ superclass = mixins.shift();
+ }
+ // construct intermediate classes for mixins
+ if(mixins){
+ for(var i=0, m; i<mixins.length; i++){
+ m = mixins[i];
+ if(!m){throw("Mixin #" + i + " to declaration of " + className + " is null. It's likely a required module is not loaded.")};
+ superclass = dd._delegate(superclass, m);
+ }
+ }
+ // prepare values
+ var init=(props||0).constructor, ctor=dd._delegate(superclass), fn;
+ // name methods (experimental)
+ for(var i in props){if(dojo.isFunction(fn=props[i])&&(!0[i])){fn.nom=i;}}
+ // decorate prototype
+ dojo.extend(ctor, {declaredClass: className, _constructor: init, preamble: null}, props||0);
+ // special help for IE
+ ctor.prototype.constructor = ctor;
+ // create named reference
+ return dojo.setObject(className, ctor); // Function
+}
+
+dojo.mixin(dojo.declare, {
+ _delegate: function(base, mixin){
+ var bp = (base||0).prototype, mp = (mixin||0).prototype;
+ // fresh constructor, fresh prototype
+ var ctor = dojo.declare._makeCtor();
+ // cache ancestry
+ dojo.mixin(ctor, {superclass: bp, mixin: mp, extend: dojo.declare._extend});
+ // chain prototypes
+ if(base){ctor.prototype = dojo._delegate(bp);}
+ // add mixin and core
+ dojo.extend(ctor, dojo.declare._core, mp||0, {_constructor: null, preamble: null});
+ // special help for IE
+ ctor.prototype.constructor = ctor;
+ // name this class for debugging
+ ctor.prototype.declaredClass = (bp||0).declaredClass + '_' + (mp||0).declaredClass;
+ return ctor;
+ },
+ _extend: function(props){
+ for(var i in props){if(dojo.isFunction(fn=props[i])&&(!0[i])){fn.nom=i;}}
+ dojo.extend(this, props);
+ },
+ _makeCtor: function(){
+ // we have to make a function, but don't want to close over anything
+ return function(){ this._construct(arguments); }
+ },
+ _core: {
+ _construct: function(args){
+ var c=args.callee, s=c.superclass, ct=s&&s.constructor, m=c.mixin, mct=m&&m.constructor, a=args, ii, fn;
+ // side-effect of = used on purpose here, lint may complain, don't try this at home
+ if(a[0]){
+ // FIXME: preambles for each mixin should be allowed
+ // FIXME:
+ // should we allow the preamble here NOT to modify the
+ // default args, but instead to act on each mixin
+ // independently of the class instance being constructed
+ // (for impdedence matching)?
+
+ // allow any first argument w/ a "preamble" property to act as a
+ // class preamble (not exclusive of the prototype preamble)
+ if(/*dojo.isFunction*/(fn = a[0]["preamble"])){
+ a = fn.apply(this, a) || a;
+ }
+ }
+ // prototype preamble
+ if(fn=c.prototype.preamble){a = fn.apply(this, a) || a;}
+ // FIXME:
+ // need to provide an optional prototype-settable
+ // "_explicitSuper" property which disables this
+ // initialize superclass
+ if(ct&&ct.apply){ct.apply(this, a);}
+ // initialize mixin
+ if(mct&&mct.apply){mct.apply(this, a);}
+ // initialize self
+ if(ii=c.prototype._constructor){ii.apply(this, args);}
+ // post construction
+ if(this.constructor.prototype==c.prototype && (ct=this.postscript)){ct.apply(this, args)};
+ },
+ _findMixin: function(mixin){
+ var c = this.constructor, p, m;
+ while(c){
+ p = c.superclass;
+ m = c.mixin;
+ if(m==mixin || (m instanceof mixin.constructor)){return p;}
+ if(m && (m=m._findMixin(mixin))){return m;}
+ c = p && p.constructor;
+ }
+ },
+ _findMethod: function(name, method, ptype, has){
+ // consciously trading readability for bytes and speed in this low-level method
+ var p=ptype, c, m, f;
+ do{
+ c = p.constructor;
+ m = c.mixin;
+ // find method by name in our mixin ancestor
+ if(m && (m=this._findMethod(name, method, m, has))){return m};
+ // if we found a named method that either exactly-is or exactly-is-not 'method'
+ if((f=p[name])&&(has==(f==method))){return p};
+ // ascend chain
+ p = c.superclass;
+ }while(p);
+ // if we couldn't find an ancestor in our primary chain, try a mixin chain
+ return !has && (p=this._findMixin(ptype)) && this._findMethod(name, method, p, has);
+ },
+ inherited: function(name, args, newArgs){
+ // optionalize name argument (experimental)
+ var a = arguments;
+ if(!dojo.isString(a[0])){newArgs=args; args=name; name=args.callee.nom;}
+ var c=args.callee, p=this.constructor.prototype, a=newArgs||args, fn, mp;
+ // if not an instance override
+ if(this[name]!=c || p[name]==c){
+ mp = this._findMethod(name, c, p, true);
+ if(!mp){throw(this.declaredClass + ': name argument ("' + name + '") to inherited must match callee (declare.js)');}
+ p = this._findMethod(name, c, mp, false);
+ }
+ fn = p && p[name];
+ // FIXME: perhaps we should throw here?
+ if(!fn){console.debug(mp.declaredClass + ': no inherited "' + name + '" was found (declare.js)'); return;}
+ // if the function exists, invoke it in our scope
+ return fn.apply(this, a);
+ }
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/event.js b/media/dojo/_base/event.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..2bd8635
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/event.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.event"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.event"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.event");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.connect");
+
+// this file courtesy of the TurboAjax Group, licensed under a Dojo CLA
+
+(function(){
+ // DOM event listener machinery
+ var del = dojo._event_listener = {
+ add: function(/*DOMNode*/node, /*String*/name, /*Function*/fp){
+ if(!node){return;}
+ name = del._normalizeEventName(name);
+
+ fp = del._fixCallback(name, fp);
+
+ var oname = name;
+ if((!dojo.isIE)&&((name == "mouseenter")||(name == "mouseleave"))){
+ var oname = name;
+ var ofp = fp;
+ name = (name == "mouseenter") ? "mouseover" : "mouseout";
+ fp = function(e){
+ // thanks ben!
+ var id = dojo.isDescendant(e.relatedTarget, node);
+ if(id == false){
+ // e.type = oname; // FIXME: doesn't take?
+ return ofp.call(this, e);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ node.addEventListener(name, fp, false);
+ return fp; /*Handle*/
+ },
+ remove: function(/*DOMNode*/node, /*String*/event, /*Handle*/handle){
+ // summary:
+ // clobbers the listener from the node
+ // node:
+ // DOM node to attach the event to
+ // event:
+ // the name of the handler to remove the function from
+ // handle:
+ // the handle returned from add
+ (node)&&(node.removeEventListener(del._normalizeEventName(event), handle, false));
+ },
+ _normalizeEventName: function(/*String*/name){
+ // Generally, name should be lower case, unless it is special
+ // somehow (e.g. a Mozilla DOM event).
+ // Remove 'on'.
+ return (name.slice(0,2)=="on" ? name.slice(2) : name);
+ },
+ _fixCallback: function(/*String*/name, fp){
+ // By default, we only invoke _fixEvent for 'keypress'
+ // If code is added to _fixEvent for other events, we have
+ // to revisit this optimization.
+ // This also applies to _fixEvent overrides for Safari and Opera
+ // below.
+ return (name!="keypress" ? fp : function(e){ return fp.call(this, del._fixEvent(e, this)); });
+ },
+ _fixEvent: function(evt, sender){
+ // _fixCallback only attaches us to keypress.
+ // Switch on evt.type anyway because we might
+ // be called directly from dojo.fixEvent.
+ switch(evt.type){
+ case "keypress":
+ del._setKeyChar(evt);
+ break;
+ }
+ return evt;
+ },
+ _setKeyChar: function(evt){
+ evt.keyChar = (evt.charCode ? String.fromCharCode(evt.charCode) : '');
+ }
+ };
+
+ // DOM events
+
+ dojo.fixEvent = function(/*Event*/evt, /*DOMNode*/sender){
+ // summary:
+ // normalizes properties on the event object including event
+ // bubbling methods, keystroke normalization, and x/y positions
+ // evt: Event
+ // native event object
+ // sender: DOMNode
+ // node to treat as "currentTarget"
+ return del._fixEvent(evt, sender);
+ }
+
+ dojo.stopEvent = function(/*Event*/evt){
+ // summary:
+ // prevents propagation and clobbers the default action of the
+ // passed event
+ // evt: Event
+ // The event object. If omitted, window.event is used on IE.
+ evt.preventDefault();
+ evt.stopPropagation();
+ // NOTE: below, this method is overridden for IE
+ }
+
+ // the default listener to use on dontFix nodes, overriden for IE
+ var node_listener = dojo._listener;
+
+ // Unify connect and event listeners
+ dojo._connect = function(obj, event, context, method, dontFix){
+ // FIXME: need a more strict test
+ var isNode = obj && (obj.nodeType||obj.attachEvent||obj.addEventListener);
+ // choose one of three listener options: raw (connect.js), DOM event on a Node, custom event on a Node
+ // we need the third option to provide leak prevention on broken browsers (IE)
+ var lid = !isNode ? 0 : (!dontFix ? 1 : 2), l = [dojo._listener, del, node_listener][lid];
+ // create a listener
+ var h = l.add(obj, event, dojo.hitch(context, method));
+ // formerly, the disconnect package contained "l" directly, but if client code
+ // leaks the disconnect package (by connecting it to a node), referencing "l"
+ // compounds the problem.
+ // instead we return a listener id, which requires custom _disconnect below.
+ // return disconnect package
+ return [ obj, event, h, lid ];
+ }
+
+ dojo._disconnect = function(obj, event, handle, listener){
+ ([dojo._listener, del, node_listener][listener]).remove(obj, event, handle);
+ }
+
+ // Constants
+
+ // Public: client code should test
+ // keyCode against these named constants, as the
+ // actual codes can vary by browser.
+ dojo.keys = {
+ BACKSPACE: 8,
+ TAB: 9,
+ CLEAR: 12,
+ ENTER: 13,
+ SHIFT: 16,
+ CTRL: 17,
+ ALT: 18,
+ PAUSE: 19,
+ CAPS_LOCK: 20,
+ ESCAPE: 27,
+ SPACE: 32,
+ PAGE_UP: 33,
+ PAGE_DOWN: 34,
+ END: 35,
+ HOME: 36,
+ LEFT_ARROW: 37,
+ UP_ARROW: 38,
+ RIGHT_ARROW: 39,
+ DOWN_ARROW: 40,
+ INSERT: 45,
+ DELETE: 46,
+ HELP: 47,
+ LEFT_WINDOW: 91,
+ RIGHT_WINDOW: 92,
+ SELECT: 93,
+ NUMPAD_0: 96,
+ NUMPAD_1: 97,
+ NUMPAD_2: 98,
+ NUMPAD_3: 99,
+ NUMPAD_4: 100,
+ NUMPAD_5: 101,
+ NUMPAD_6: 102,
+ NUMPAD_7: 103,
+ NUMPAD_8: 104,
+ NUMPAD_9: 105,
+ NUMPAD_MULTIPLY: 106,
+ NUMPAD_PLUS: 107,
+ NUMPAD_ENTER: 108,
+ NUMPAD_MINUS: 109,
+ NUMPAD_PERIOD: 110,
+ NUMPAD_DIVIDE: 111,
+ F1: 112,
+ F2: 113,
+ F3: 114,
+ F4: 115,
+ F5: 116,
+ F6: 117,
+ F7: 118,
+ F8: 119,
+ F9: 120,
+ F10: 121,
+ F11: 122,
+ F12: 123,
+ F13: 124,
+ F14: 125,
+ F15: 126,
+ NUM_LOCK: 144,
+ SCROLL_LOCK: 145
+ };
+
+ // IE event normalization
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ var _trySetKeyCode = function(e, code){
+ try{
+ // squelch errors when keyCode is read-only
+ // (e.g. if keyCode is ctrl or shift)
+ return (e.keyCode = code);
+ }catch(e){
+ return 0;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // by default, use the standard listener
+ var iel = dojo._listener;
+ // dispatcher tracking property
+ if(!djConfig._allow_leaks){
+ // custom listener that handles leak protection for DOM events
+ node_listener = iel = dojo._ie_listener = {
+ // support handler indirection: event handler functions are
+ // referenced here. Event dispatchers hold only indices.
+ handlers: [],
+ // add a listener to an object
+ add: function(/*Object*/ source, /*String*/ method, /*Function*/ listener){
+ source = source || dojo.global;
+ var f = source[method];
+ if(!f||!f._listeners){
+ var d = dojo._getIeDispatcher();
+ // original target function is special
+ d.target = f && (ieh.push(f) - 1);
+ // dispatcher holds a list of indices into handlers table
+ d._listeners = [];
+ // redirect source to dispatcher
+ f = source[method] = d;
+ }
+ return f._listeners.push(ieh.push(listener) - 1) ; /*Handle*/
+ },
+ // remove a listener from an object
+ remove: function(/*Object*/ source, /*String*/ method, /*Handle*/ handle){
+ var f = (source||dojo.global)[method], l = f&&f._listeners;
+ if(f && l && handle--){
+ delete ieh[l[handle]];
+ delete l[handle];
+ }
+ }
+ };
+ // alias used above
+ var ieh = iel.handlers;
+ }
+
+ dojo.mixin(del, {
+ add: function(/*DOMNode*/node, /*String*/event, /*Function*/fp){
+ if(!node){return;} // undefined
+ event = del._normalizeEventName(event);
+ if(event=="onkeypress"){
+ // we need to listen to onkeydown to synthesize
+ // keypress events that otherwise won't fire
+ // on IE
+ var kd = node.onkeydown;
+ if(!kd||!kd._listeners||!kd._stealthKeydown){
+ // we simply ignore this connection when disconnecting
+ // because it's side-effects are harmless
+ del.add(node, "onkeydown", del._stealthKeyDown);
+ // we only want one stealth listener per node
+ node.onkeydown._stealthKeydown = true;
+ }
+ }
+ return iel.add(node, event, del._fixCallback(fp));
+ },
+ remove: function(/*DOMNode*/node, /*String*/event, /*Handle*/handle){
+ iel.remove(node, del._normalizeEventName(event), handle);
+ },
+ _normalizeEventName: function(/*String*/eventName){
+ // Generally, eventName should be lower case, unless it is
+ // special somehow (e.g. a Mozilla event)
+ // ensure 'on'
+ return (eventName.slice(0,2)!="on" ? "on"+eventName : eventName);
+ },
+ _nop: function(){},
+ _fixEvent: function(/*Event*/evt, /*DOMNode*/sender){
+ // summary:
+ // normalizes properties on the event object including event
+ // bubbling methods, keystroke normalization, and x/y positions
+ // evt: native event object
+ // sender: node to treat as "currentTarget"
+ if(!evt){
+ var w = (sender)&&((sender.ownerDocument || sender.document || sender).parentWindow)||window;
+ evt = w.event;
+ }
+ if(!evt){return(evt);}
+ evt.target = evt.srcElement;
+ evt.currentTarget = (sender || evt.srcElement);
+ evt.layerX = evt.offsetX;
+ evt.layerY = evt.offsetY;
+ // FIXME: scroll position query is duped from dojo.html to
+ // avoid dependency on that entire module. Now that HTML is in
+ // Base, we should convert back to something similar there.
+ var se = evt.srcElement, doc = (se && se.ownerDocument) || document;
+ // DO NOT replace the following to use dojo.body(), in IE, document.documentElement should be used
+ // here rather than document.body
+ var docBody = ((dojo.isIE<6)||(doc["compatMode"]=="BackCompat")) ? doc.body : doc.documentElement;
+ var offset = dojo._getIeDocumentElementOffset();
+ evt.pageX = evt.clientX + dojo._fixIeBiDiScrollLeft(docBody.scrollLeft || 0) - offset.x;
+ evt.pageY = evt.clientY + (docBody.scrollTop || 0) - offset.y;
+ if(evt.type == "mouseover"){
+ evt.relatedTarget = evt.fromElement;
+ }
+ if(evt.type == "mouseout"){
+ evt.relatedTarget = evt.toElement;
+ }
+ evt.stopPropagation = del._stopPropagation;
+ evt.preventDefault = del._preventDefault;
+ return del._fixKeys(evt);
+ },
+ _fixKeys: function(evt){
+ switch(evt.type){
+ case "keypress":
+ var c = ("charCode" in evt ? evt.charCode : evt.keyCode);
+ if (c==10){
+ // CTRL-ENTER is CTRL-ASCII(10) on IE, but CTRL-ENTER on Mozilla
+ c=0;
+ evt.keyCode = 13;
+ }else if(c==13||c==27){
+ c=0; // Mozilla considers ENTER and ESC non-printable
+ }else if(c==3){
+ c=99; // Mozilla maps CTRL-BREAK to CTRL-c
+ }
+ // Mozilla sets keyCode to 0 when there is a charCode
+ // but that stops the event on IE.
+ evt.charCode = c;
+ del._setKeyChar(evt);
+ break;
+ }
+ return evt;
+ },
+ // some ctrl-key combinations (mostly w/punctuation) do not emit a char code in IE
+ // we map those virtual key codes to ascii here
+ // not valid for all (non-US) keyboards, so maybe we shouldn't bother
+ _punctMap: {
+ 106:42,
+ 111:47,
+ 186:59,
+ 187:43,
+ 188:44,
+ 189:45,
+ 190:46,
+ 191:47,
+ 192:96,
+ 219:91,
+ 220:92,
+ 221:93,
+ 222:39
+ },
+ _stealthKeyDown: function(evt){
+ // IE doesn't fire keypress for most non-printable characters.
+ // other browsers do, we simulate it here.
+ var kp=evt.currentTarget.onkeypress;
+ // only works if kp exists and is a dispatcher
+ if(!kp||!kp._listeners)return;
+ // munge key/charCode
+ var k=evt.keyCode;
+ // These are Windows Virtual Key Codes
+ // http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/winui/WinUI/WindowsUserInterface/UserInput/VirtualKeyCodes.asp
+ var unprintable = (k!=13)&&(k!=32)&&(k!=27)&&(k<48||k>90)&&(k<96||k>111)&&(k<186||k>192)&&(k<219||k>222);
+ // synthesize keypress for most unprintables and CTRL-keys
+ if(unprintable||evt.ctrlKey){
+ var c = (unprintable ? 0 : k);
+ if(evt.ctrlKey){
+ if(k==3 || k==13){
+ return; // IE will post CTRL-BREAK, CTRL-ENTER as keypress natively
+ }else if(c>95 && c<106){
+ c -= 48; // map CTRL-[numpad 0-9] to ASCII
+ }else if((!evt.shiftKey)&&(c>=65&&c<=90)){
+ c += 32; // map CTRL-[A-Z] to lowercase
+ }else{
+ c = del._punctMap[c] || c; // map other problematic CTRL combinations to ASCII
+ }
+ }
+ // simulate a keypress event
+ var faux = del._synthesizeEvent(evt, {type: 'keypress', faux: true, charCode: c});
+ kp.call(evt.currentTarget, faux);
+ evt.cancelBubble = faux.cancelBubble;
+ evt.returnValue = faux.returnValue;
+ _trySetKeyCode(evt, faux.keyCode);
+ }
+ },
+ // Called in Event scope
+ _stopPropagation: function(){
+ this.cancelBubble = true;
+ },
+ _preventDefault: function(){
+ // Setting keyCode to 0 is the only way to prevent certain keypresses (namely
+ // ctrl-combinations that correspond to menu accelerator keys).
+ // Otoh, it prevents upstream listeners from getting this information
+ // Try to split the difference here by clobbering keyCode only for ctrl
+ // combinations. If you still need to access the key upstream, bubbledKeyCode is
+ // provided as a workaround.
+ this.bubbledKeyCode = this.keyCode;
+ if(this.ctrlKey){_trySetKeyCode(this, 0);}
+ this.returnValue = false;
+ }
+ });
+
+ // override stopEvent for IE
+ dojo.stopEvent = function(evt){
+ evt = evt || window.event;
+ del._stopPropagation.call(evt);
+ del._preventDefault.call(evt);
+ }
+ }
+
+ del._synthesizeEvent = function(evt, props){
+ var faux = dojo.mixin({}, evt, props);
+ del._setKeyChar(faux);
+ // FIXME: would prefer to use dojo.hitch: dojo.hitch(evt, evt.preventDefault);
+ // but it throws an error when preventDefault is invoked on Safari
+ // does Event.preventDefault not support "apply" on Safari?
+ faux.preventDefault = function(){ evt.preventDefault(); };
+ faux.stopPropagation = function(){ evt.stopPropagation(); };
+ return faux;
+ }
+
+ // Opera event normalization
+ if(dojo.isOpera){
+ dojo.mixin(del, {
+ _fixEvent: function(evt, sender){
+ switch(evt.type){
+ case "keypress":
+ var c = evt.which;
+ if(c==3){
+ c=99; // Mozilla maps CTRL-BREAK to CTRL-c
+ }
+ // can't trap some keys at all, like INSERT and DELETE
+ // there is no differentiating info between DELETE and ".", or INSERT and "-"
+ c = ((c<41)&&(!evt.shiftKey) ? 0 : c);
+ if((evt.ctrlKey)&&(!evt.shiftKey)&&(c>=65)&&(c<=90)){
+ // lowercase CTRL-[A-Z] keys
+ c += 32;
+ }
+ return del._synthesizeEvent(evt, { charCode: c });
+ }
+ return evt;
+ }
+ });
+ }
+
+ // Safari event normalization
+ if(dojo.isSafari){
+ dojo.mixin(del, {
+ _fixEvent: function(evt, sender){
+ switch(evt.type){
+ case "keypress":
+ var c = evt.charCode, s = evt.shiftKey, k = evt.keyCode;
+ // FIXME: This is a hack, suggest we rethink keyboard strategy.
+ // Arrow and page keys have 0 "keyCode" in keypress events.on Safari for Windows
+ k = k || identifierMap[evt.keyIdentifier] || 0;
+ if(evt.keyIdentifier=="Enter"){
+ c = 0; // differentiate Enter from CTRL-m (both code 13)
+ }else if((evt.ctrlKey)&&(c>0)&&(c<27)){
+ c += 96; // map CTRL-[A-Z] codes to ASCII
+ } else if (c==dojo.keys.SHIFT_TAB) {
+ c = dojo.keys.TAB; // morph SHIFT_TAB into TAB + shiftKey: true
+ s = true;
+ } else {
+ c = (c>=32 && c<63232 ? c : 0); // avoid generating keyChar for non-printables
+ }
+ return del._synthesizeEvent(evt, {charCode: c, shiftKey: s, keyCode: k});
+ }
+ return evt;
+ }
+ });
+
+ dojo.mixin(dojo.keys, {
+ SHIFT_TAB: 25,
+ UP_ARROW: 63232,
+ DOWN_ARROW: 63233,
+ LEFT_ARROW: 63234,
+ RIGHT_ARROW: 63235,
+ F1: 63236,
+ F2: 63237,
+ F3: 63238,
+ F4: 63239,
+ F5: 63240,
+ F6: 63241,
+ F7: 63242,
+ F8: 63243,
+ F9: 63244,
+ F10: 63245,
+ F11: 63246,
+ F12: 63247,
+ PAUSE: 63250,
+ DELETE: 63272,
+ HOME: 63273,
+ END: 63275,
+ PAGE_UP: 63276,
+ PAGE_DOWN: 63277,
+ INSERT: 63302,
+ PRINT_SCREEN: 63248,
+ SCROLL_LOCK: 63249,
+ NUM_LOCK: 63289
+ });
+ var dk = dojo.keys, identifierMap = { "Up": dk.UP_ARROW, "Down": dk.DOWN_ARROW, "Left": dk.LEFT_ARROW, "Right": dk.RIGHT_ARROW, "PageUp": dk.PAGE_UP, "PageDown": dk.PAGE_DOWN };
+ }
+})();
+
+if(dojo.isIE){
+ // keep this out of the closure
+ // closing over 'iel' or 'ieh' b0rks leak prevention
+ // ls[i] is an index into the master handler array
+ dojo._getIeDispatcher = function(){
+ return function(){
+ var ap=Array.prototype, h=dojo._ie_listener.handlers, c=arguments.callee, ls=c._listeners, t=h[c.target];
+ // return value comes from original target function
+ var r = t && t.apply(this, arguments);
+ // invoke listeners after target function
+ for(var i in ls){
+ if(!(i in ap)){
+ h[ls[i]].apply(this, arguments);
+ }
+ }
+ return r;
+ }
+ }
+ // keep this out of the closure to reduce RAM allocation
+ dojo._event_listener._fixCallback = function(fp){
+ var f = dojo._event_listener._fixEvent;
+ return function(e){ return fp.call(this, f(e, this)); };
+ }
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/fx.js b/media/dojo/_base/fx.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..88d1391
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/fx.js
@@ -0,0 +1,464 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.fx"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.fx"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.fx");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.Color");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.connect");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.declare");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.html");
+
+/*
+ Animation losely package based on Dan Pupius' work, contributed under CLA:
+ http://pupius.co.uk/js/Toolkit.Drawing.js
+*/
+
+dojo._Line = function(/*int*/ start, /*int*/ end){
+ // summary:
+ // dojo._Line is the object used to generate values from a start value
+ // to an end value
+ // start: int
+ // Beginning value for range
+ // end: int
+ // Ending value for range
+ this.start = start;
+ this.end = end;
+ this.getValue = function(/*float*/ n){
+ // summary: returns the point on the line
+ // n: a floating point number greater than 0 and less than 1
+ return ((this.end - this.start) * n) + this.start; // Decimal
+ }
+}
+
+dojo.declare("dojo._Animation", null, {
+ // summary
+ // A generic animation object that fires callbacks into it's handlers
+ // object at various states
+ //
+ constructor: function(/*Object*/ args){
+ dojo.mixin(this, args);
+ if(dojo.isArray(this.curve)){
+ /* curve: Array
+ pId: a */
+ this.curve = new dojo._Line(this.curve[0], this.curve[1]);
+ }
+ },
+
+ // duration: Integer
+ // The time in milliseonds the animation will take to run
+ duration: 1000,
+
+/*=====
+ // curve: dojo._Line||Array
+ // A two element array of start and end values, or a dojo._Line instance to be
+ // used in the Animation.
+ curve: null,
+
+ // easing: Function
+ // A Function to adjust the acceleration (or deceleration) of the progress
+ // across a dojo._Line
+ easing: null,
+=====*/
+
+ // repeat: Integer
+ // The number of times to loop the animation
+ repeat: 0,
+
+ // rate: Integer
+ // the time in milliseconds to wait before advancing to next frame
+ // (used as a fps timer: rate/1000 = fps)
+ rate: 10 /* 100 fps */,
+
+/*=====
+ // delay: Integer
+ // The time in milliseconds to wait before starting animation after it has been .play()'ed
+ delay: null,
+
+ // events
+ //
+ // beforeBegin: Event
+ // Synthetic event fired before a dojo._Animation begins playing (synhcronous)
+ beforeBegin: null,
+
+ // onBegin: Event
+ // Synthetic event fired as a dojo._Animation begins playing (useful?)
+ onBegin: null,
+
+ // onAnimate: Event
+ // Synthetic event fired at each interval of a dojo._Animation
+ onAnimate: null,
+
+ // onEnd: Event
+ // Synthetic event fired after the final frame of a dojo._Animation
+ onEnd: null,
+
+ // ???
+ onPlay: null,
+
+ // onPause: Event
+ // Synthetic event fired when a dojo._Animation is paused
+ onPause: null,
+
+ // onStop: Event
+ // Synthetic event fires when a dojo._Animation is stopped
+ onStop: null,
+
+=====*/
+
+ _percent: 0,
+ _startRepeatCount: 0,
+
+ fire: function(/*Event*/ evt, /*Array?*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Convenience function. Fire event "evt" and pass it the
+ // arguments specified in "args".
+ // evt:
+ // The event to fire.
+ // args:
+ // The arguments to pass to the event.
+ if(this[evt]){
+ this[evt].apply(this, args||[]);
+ }
+ return this; // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ play: function(/*int?*/ delay, /*Boolean?*/ gotoStart){
+ // summary:
+ // Start the animation.
+ // delay:
+ // How many milliseconds to delay before starting.
+ // gotoStart:
+ // If true, starts the animation from the beginning; otherwise,
+ // starts it from its current position.
+ var _t = this;
+ if(gotoStart){
+ _t._stopTimer();
+ _t._active = _t._paused = false;
+ _t._percent = 0;
+ }else if(_t._active && !_t._paused){
+ return _t; // dojo._Animation
+ }
+
+ _t.fire("beforeBegin");
+
+ var d = delay||_t.delay;
+ var _p = dojo.hitch(_t, "_play", gotoStart);
+ if(d > 0){
+ setTimeout(_p, d);
+ return _t; // dojo._Animation
+ }
+ _p();
+ return _t;
+ },
+
+ _play: function(gotoStart){
+ var _t = this;
+ _t._startTime = new Date().valueOf();
+ if(_t._paused){
+ _t._startTime -= _t.duration * _t._percent;
+ }
+ _t._endTime = _t._startTime + _t.duration;
+
+ _t._active = true;
+ _t._paused = false;
+
+ var value = _t.curve.getValue(_t._percent);
+ if(!_t._percent){
+ if(!_t._startRepeatCount){
+ _t._startRepeatCount = _t.repeat;
+ }
+ _t.fire("onBegin", [value]);
+ }
+
+ _t.fire("onPlay", [value]);
+
+ _t._cycle();
+ return _t; // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ pause: function(){
+ // summary: Pauses a running animation.
+ this._stopTimer();
+ if(!this._active){ return this; /*dojo._Animation*/}
+ this._paused = true;
+ this.fire("onPause", [this.curve.getValue(this._percent)]);
+ return this; // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ gotoPercent: function(/*Decimal*/ percent, /*Boolean?*/ andPlay){
+ // summary:
+ // Sets the progress of the animation.
+ // percent:
+ // A percentage in decimal notation (between and including 0.0 and 1.0).
+ // andPlay:
+ // If true, play the animation after setting the progress.
+ this._stopTimer();
+ this._active = this._paused = true;
+ this._percent = percent;
+ if(andPlay){ this.play(); }
+ return this; // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ stop: function(/*boolean?*/ gotoEnd){
+ // summary: Stops a running animation.
+ // gotoEnd: If true, the animation will end.
+ if(!this._timer){ return; }
+ this._stopTimer();
+ if(gotoEnd){
+ this._percent = 1;
+ }
+ this.fire("onStop", [this.curve.getValue(this._percent)]);
+ this._active = this._paused = false;
+ return this; // dojo._Animation
+ },
+
+ status: function(){
+ // summary: Returns a string token representation of the status of
+ // the animation, one of: "paused", "playing", "stopped"
+ if(this._active){
+ return this._paused ? "paused" : "playing"; // String
+ }
+ return "stopped"; // String
+ },
+
+ _cycle: function(){
+ var _t = this;
+ if(_t._active){
+ var curr = new Date().valueOf();
+ var step = (curr - _t._startTime) / (_t._endTime - _t._startTime);
+
+ if(step >= 1){
+ step = 1;
+ }
+ _t._percent = step;
+
+ // Perform easing
+ if(_t.easing){
+ step = _t.easing(step);
+ }
+
+ _t.fire("onAnimate", [_t.curve.getValue(step)]);
+
+ if(step < 1){
+ _t._startTimer();
+ }else{
+ _t._active = false;
+
+ if(_t.repeat > 0){
+ _t.repeat--;
+ _t.play(null, true);
+ }else if(_t.repeat == -1){
+ _t.play(null, true);
+ }else{
+ if(_t._startRepeatCount){
+ _t.repeat = _t._startRepeatCount;
+ _t._startRepeatCount = 0;
+ }
+ }
+ _t._percent = 0;
+ _t.fire("onEnd");
+ }
+ }
+ return _t; // dojo._Animation
+ }
+});
+
+(function(){
+ var d = dojo;
+ var ctr = 0;
+ var _globalTimerList = [];
+ var runner = {
+ run: function(){}
+ };
+ var timer = null;
+ dojo._Animation.prototype._startTimer = function(){
+ // this._timer = setTimeout(dojo.hitch(this, "_cycle"), this.rate);
+ if(!this._timer){
+ this._timer = dojo.connect(runner, "run", this, "_cycle");
+ ctr++;
+ }
+ if(!timer){
+ timer = setInterval(dojo.hitch(runner, "run"), this.rate);
+ }
+ };
+
+ dojo._Animation.prototype._stopTimer = function(){
+ dojo.disconnect(this._timer);
+ this._timer = null;
+ ctr--;
+ if(!ctr){
+ clearInterval(timer);
+ timer = null;
+ }
+ };
+
+ var _makeFadeable = (d.isIE) ? function(node){
+ // only set the zoom if the "tickle" value would be the same as the
+ // default
+ var ns = node.style;
+ if(!ns.zoom.length && d.style(node, "zoom") == "normal"){
+ // make sure the node "hasLayout"
+ // NOTE: this has been tested with larger and smaller user-set text
+ // sizes and works fine
+ ns.zoom = "1";
+ // node.style.zoom = "normal";
+ }
+ // don't set the width to auto if it didn't already cascade that way.
+ // We don't want to f anyones designs
+ if(!ns.width.length && d.style(node, "width") == "auto"){
+ ns.width = "auto";
+ }
+ } : function(){};
+
+ dojo._fade = function(/*Object*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an animation that will fade the node defined by
+ // args.node from the start to end values passed (args.start
+ // args.end) (end is mandatory, start is optional)
+
+ args.node = d.byId(args.node);
+ var fArgs = d.mixin({ properties: {} }, args);
+ var props = (fArgs.properties.opacity = {});
+ props.start = !("start" in fArgs) ?
+ function(){ return Number(d.style(fArgs.node, "opacity")); } : fArgs.start;
+ props.end = fArgs.end;
+
+ var anim = d.animateProperty(fArgs);
+ d.connect(anim, "beforeBegin", d.partial(_makeFadeable, fArgs.node));
+
+ return anim; // dojo._Animation
+ }
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.__fadeArgs = function(kwArgs){
+ // duration: Integer?
+ // Duration of the animation in milliseconds.
+ // easing: Function?
+ // An easing function.
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ dojo.fadeIn = function(/*dojo.__fadeArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an animation that will fade node defined in 'args' from
+ // its current opacity to fully opaque.
+ return d._fade(d.mixin({ end: 1 }, args)); // dojo._Animation
+ }
+
+ dojo.fadeOut = function(/*dojo.__fadeArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an animation that will fade node defined in 'args'
+ // from its current opacity to fully transparent.
+ return d._fade(d.mixin({ end: 0 }, args)); // dojo._Animation
+ }
+
+ dojo._defaultEasing = function(/*Decimal?*/ n){
+ // summary: The default easing function for dojo._Animation(s)
+ return 0.5 + ((Math.sin((n + 1.5) * Math.PI))/2);
+ }
+
+ var PropLine = function(properties){
+ this._properties = properties;
+ for(var p in properties){
+ var prop = properties[p];
+ if(prop.start instanceof d.Color){
+ // create a reusable temp color object to keep intermediate results
+ prop.tempColor = new d.Color();
+ }
+ }
+ this.getValue = function(r){
+ var ret = {};
+ for(var p in this._properties){
+ var prop = this._properties[p];
+ var start = prop.start;
+ if(start instanceof d.Color){
+ ret[p] = d.blendColors(start, prop.end, r, prop.tempColor).toCss();
+ }else if(!d.isArray(start)){
+ ret[p] = ((prop.end - start) * r) + start + (p != "opacity" ? prop.units||"px" : "");
+ }
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.animateProperty = function(/*Object*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an animation that will transition the properties of
+ // node defined in 'args' depending how they are defined in
+ // 'args.properties'
+ //
+ // description:
+ // The foundation of most dojo.fx animations, dojo.AnimateProperty
+ // will take an object of "properties" corresponding to style
+ // properties, and animate them in parallel over a set duration.
+ //
+ // args.node can be a String or a DomNode reference
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.animateProperty({ node: node, duration:2000,
+ // | properties: {
+ // | width: { start: '200', end: '400', unit:"px" },
+ // | height: { start:'200', end: '400', unit:"px" },
+ // | paddingTop: { start:'5', end:'50', unit:"px" }
+ // | }
+ // | }).play();
+ //
+
+ args.node = d.byId(args.node);
+ if(!args.easing){ args.easing = d._defaultEasing; }
+
+ var anim = new d._Animation(args);
+ d.connect(anim, "beforeBegin", anim, function(){
+ var pm = {};
+ for(var p in this.properties){
+ // Make shallow copy of properties into pm because we overwrite some values below.
+ // In particular if start/end are functions we don't want to overwrite them or
+ // the functions won't be called if the animation is reused.
+ var prop = (pm[p] = d.mixin({}, this.properties[p]));
+
+ if(d.isFunction(prop.start)){
+ prop.start = prop.start();
+ }
+ if(d.isFunction(prop.end)){
+ prop.end = prop.end();
+ }
+
+ var isColor = (p.toLowerCase().indexOf("color") >= 0);
+ function getStyle(node, p){
+ // dojo.style(node, "height") can return "auto" or "" on IE; this is more reliable:
+ var v = ({height: node.offsetHeight, width: node.offsetWidth})[p];
+ if(v !== undefined){ return v; }
+ v = d.style(node, p);
+ return (p=="opacity") ? Number(v) : parseFloat(v);
+ }
+ if(!("end" in prop)){
+ prop.end = getStyle(this.node, p);
+ }else if(!("start" in prop)){
+ prop.start = getStyle(this.node, p);
+ }
+
+ if(isColor){
+ // console.debug("it's a color!");
+ prop.start = new d.Color(prop.start);
+ prop.end = new d.Color(prop.end);
+ }else{
+ prop.start = (p == "opacity") ? Number(prop.start) : parseFloat(prop.start);
+ }
+ // console.debug("start:", prop.start);
+ // console.debug("end:", prop.end);
+ }
+ this.curve = new PropLine(pm);
+ });
+ d.connect(anim, "onAnimate", anim, function(propValues){
+ // try{
+ for(var s in propValues){
+ // console.debug(s, propValues[s], this.node.style[s]);
+ d.style(this.node, s, propValues[s]);
+ // this.node.style[s] = propValues[s];
+ }
+ // }catch(e){ console.debug(dojo.toJson(e)); }
+ });
+ return anim; // dojo._Animation
+ }
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/html.js b/media/dojo/_base/html.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..93bc59f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/html.js
@@ -0,0 +1,994 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.html"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.html"] = true;
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.html");
+
+// FIXME: need to add unit tests for all the semi-public methods
+
+try{
+ document.execCommand("BackgroundImageCache", false, true);
+}catch(e){
+ // sane browsers don't have cache "issues"
+}
+
+// =============================
+// DOM Functions
+// =============================
+
+/*=====
+dojo.byId = function(id, doc){
+ // summary:
+ // similar to other library's "$" function, takes a
+ // string representing a DOM id or a DomNode
+ // and returns the corresponding DomNode. If a Node is
+ // passed, this function is a no-op. Returns a
+ // single DOM node or null, working around several
+ // browser-specific bugs to do so.
+ // id: String|DOMNode
+ // DOM id or DOM Node
+ // doc: DocumentElement
+ // Document to work in. Defaults to the current value of
+ // dojo.doc. Can be used to retreive
+ // node references from other documents.
+=====*/
+if(dojo.isIE || dojo.isOpera){
+ dojo.byId = function(id, doc){
+ if(dojo.isString(id)){
+ var _d = doc || dojo.doc;
+ var te = _d.getElementById(id);
+ // attributes.id.value is better than just id in case the
+ // user has a name=id inside a form
+ if(te && te.attributes.id.value == id){
+ return te;
+ }else{
+ var eles = _d.all[id];
+ if(!eles){ return; }
+ if(!eles.length){ return eles; }
+ // if more than 1, choose first with the correct id
+ var i=0;
+ while((te=eles[i++])){
+ if(te.attributes.id.value == id){ return te; }
+ }
+ }
+ }else{
+ return id; // DomNode
+ }
+ }
+}else{
+ dojo.byId = function(id, doc){
+ if(dojo.isString(id)){
+ return (doc || dojo.doc).getElementById(id);
+ }else{
+ return id; // DomNode
+ }
+ }
+}
+/*=====
+}
+=====*/
+
+(function(){
+ /*
+ dojo.createElement = function(obj, parent, position){
+ // TODO: need to finish this!
+ }
+ */
+
+ var _destroyContainer = null;
+ dojo._destroyElement = function(/*String||DomNode*/node){
+ // summary:
+ // removes node from its parent, clobbers it and all of its
+ // children.
+ // node:
+ // the element to be destroyed, either as an ID or a reference
+
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ try{
+ if(!_destroyContainer){
+ _destroyContainer = document.createElement("div");
+ }
+ _destroyContainer.appendChild(node.parentNode ? node.parentNode.removeChild(node) : node);
+ // NOTE: see http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/ticket/2931. This may be a bug and not a feature
+ _destroyContainer.innerHTML = "";
+ }catch(e){
+ /* squelch */
+ }
+ };
+
+ dojo.isDescendant = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*DomNode|String*/ancestor){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if node is a descendant of ancestor
+ // node: id or node reference to test
+ // ancestor: id or node reference of potential parent to test against
+ try{
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ ancestor = dojo.byId(ancestor);
+ while(node){
+ if(node === ancestor){
+ return true; // Boolean
+ }
+ node = node.parentNode;
+ }
+ }catch(e){ return -1; /* squelch */ }
+ return false; // Boolean
+ };
+
+ dojo.setSelectable = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*Boolean*/selectable){
+ // summary: enable or disable selection on a node
+ // node:
+ // id or reference to node
+ // selectable:
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ if(dojo.isMozilla){
+ node.style.MozUserSelect = selectable ? "" : "none";
+ }else if(dojo.isKhtml){
+ node.style.KhtmlUserSelect = selectable ? "auto" : "none";
+ }else if(dojo.isIE){
+ node.unselectable = selectable ? "" : "on";
+ dojo.query("*", node).forEach(function(descendant){
+ descendant.unselectable = selectable ? "" : "on";
+ });
+ }
+ //FIXME: else? Opera?
+ };
+
+ var _insertBefore = function(/*Node*/node, /*Node*/ref){
+ ref.parentNode.insertBefore(node, ref);
+ return true; // boolean
+ }
+
+ var _insertAfter = function(/*Node*/node, /*Node*/ref){
+ // summary:
+ // Try to insert node after ref
+ var pn = ref.parentNode;
+ if(ref == pn.lastChild){
+ pn.appendChild(node);
+ }else{
+ return _insertBefore(node, ref.nextSibling); // boolean
+ }
+ return true; // boolean
+ }
+
+ dojo.place = function(/*String|DomNode*/node, /*String|DomNode*/refNode, /*String|Number*/position){
+ // summary:
+ // attempt to insert node in relation to ref based on position
+ // node:
+ // id or reference to node to place relative to refNode
+ // refNode:
+ // id or reference of node to use as basis for placement
+ // position:
+ // string noting the position of node relative to refNode or a
+ // number indicating the location in the childNodes collection of
+ // refNode. Accepted string values are:
+ // * before
+ // * after
+ // * first
+ // * last
+ // "first" and "last" indicate positions as children of refNode.
+
+ // FIXME: need to write tests for this!!!!
+ if(!node || !refNode || position === undefined){
+ return false; // boolean
+ }
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ refNode = dojo.byId(refNode);
+ if(typeof position == "number"){
+ var cn = refNode.childNodes;
+ if((position == 0 && cn.length == 0) ||
+ cn.length == position){
+ refNode.appendChild(node); return true;
+ }
+ if(position == 0){
+ return _insertBefore(node, refNode.firstChild);
+ }
+ return _insertAfter(node, cn[position-1]);
+ }
+ switch(position.toLowerCase()){
+ case "before":
+ return _insertBefore(node, refNode); // boolean
+ case "after":
+ return _insertAfter(node, refNode); // boolean
+ case "first":
+ if(refNode.firstChild){
+ return _insertBefore(node, refNode.firstChild); // boolean
+ }else{
+ refNode.appendChild(node);
+ return true; // boolean
+ }
+ break;
+ default: // aka: last
+ refNode.appendChild(node);
+ return true; // boolean
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Box functions will assume this model.
+ // On IE/Opera, BORDER_BOX will be set if the primary document is in quirks mode.
+ // Can be set to change behavior of box setters.
+
+ // can be either:
+ // "border-box"
+ // "content-box" (default)
+ dojo.boxModel = "content-box";
+
+ // We punt per-node box mode testing completely.
+ // If anybody cares, we can provide an additional (optional) unit
+ // that overrides existing code to include per-node box sensitivity.
+
+ // Opera documentation claims that Opera 9 uses border-box in BackCompat mode.
+ // but experiments (Opera 9.10.8679 on Windows Vista) indicate that it actually continues to use content-box.
+ // IIRC, earlier versions of Opera did in fact use border-box.
+ // Opera guys, this is really confusing. Opera being broken in quirks mode is not our fault.
+
+ if(dojo.isIE /*|| dojo.isOpera*/){
+ var _dcm = document.compatMode;
+ // client code may have to adjust if compatMode varies across iframes
+ dojo.boxModel = (_dcm=="BackCompat")||(_dcm=="QuirksMode")||(dojo.isIE<6) ? "border-box" : "content-box";
+ }
+
+ // =============================
+ // Style Functions
+ // =============================
+
+ // getComputedStyle drives most of the style code.
+ // Wherever possible, reuse the returned object.
+ //
+ // API functions below that need to access computed styles accept an
+ // optional computedStyle parameter.
+ //
+ // If this parameter is omitted, the functions will call getComputedStyle themselves.
+ //
+ // This way, calling code can access computedStyle once, and then pass the reference to
+ // multiple API functions.
+ //
+ // This is a faux declaration to take pity on the doc tool
+
+/*=====
+ dojo.getComputedStyle = function(node){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a "computed style" object.
+ // description:
+ // get "computed style" object which can be used to gather
+ // information about the current state of the rendered node.
+ //
+ // Note that this may behave differently on different browsers.
+ // Values may have different formats and value encodings across
+ // browsers.
+ //
+ // Use the dojo.style() method for more consistent (pixelized)
+ // return values.
+ // node: DOMNode
+ // a reference to a DOM node. Does NOT support taking an
+ // ID string for speed reasons.
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.getComputedStyle(dojo.byId('foo')).borderWidth;
+ return; // CSS2Properties
+ }
+=====*/
+
+ var gcs, dv = document.defaultView;
+ if(dojo.isSafari){
+ gcs = function(/*DomNode*/node){
+ var s = dv.getComputedStyle(node, null);
+ if(!s && node.style){
+ node.style.display = "";
+ s = dv.getComputedStyle(node, null);
+ }
+ return s || {};
+ };
+ }else if(dojo.isIE){
+ gcs = function(node){
+ return node.currentStyle;
+ };
+ }else{
+ gcs = function(node){
+ return dv.getComputedStyle(node, null);
+ };
+ }
+ dojo.getComputedStyle = gcs;
+
+ if(!dojo.isIE){
+ dojo._toPixelValue = function(element, value){
+ // style values can be floats, client code may want
+ // to round for integer pixels.
+ return parseFloat(value) || 0;
+ }
+ }else{
+ dojo._toPixelValue = function(element, avalue){
+ if(!avalue){ return 0; }
+ // on IE7, medium is usually 4 pixels
+ if(avalue=="medium"){ return 4; }
+ // style values can be floats, client code may
+ // want to round this value for integer pixels.
+ if(avalue.slice && (avalue.slice(-2)=='px')){ return parseFloat(avalue); }
+ with(element){
+ var sLeft = style.left;
+ var rsLeft = runtimeStyle.left;
+ runtimeStyle.left = currentStyle.left;
+ try{
+ // 'avalue' may be incompatible with style.left, which can cause IE to throw
+ // this has been observed for border widths using "thin", "medium", "thick" constants
+ // those particular constants could be trapped by a lookup
+ // but perhaps there are more
+ style.left = avalue;
+ avalue = style.pixelLeft;
+ }catch(e){
+ avalue = 0;
+ }
+ style.left = sLeft;
+ runtimeStyle.left = rsLeft;
+ }
+ return avalue;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // FIXME: there opacity quirks on FF that we haven't ported over. Hrm.
+ /*=====
+ dojo._getOpacity = function(node){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns the current opacity of the passed node as a
+ // floating-point value between 0 and 1.
+ // node: DomNode
+ // a reference to a DOM node. Does NOT support taking an
+ // ID string for speed reasons.
+ // return: Number between 0 and 1
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ dojo._getOpacity = (dojo.isIE ? function(node){
+ try{
+ return (node.filters.alpha.opacity / 100); // Number
+ }catch(e){
+ return 1; // Number
+ }
+ } : function(node){
+ return dojo.getComputedStyle(node).opacity;
+ }
+ );
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo._setOpacity = function(node, opacity){
+ // summary:
+ // set the opacity of the passed node portably. Returns the
+ // new opacity of the node.
+ // node: DOMNode
+ // a reference to a DOM node. Does NOT support taking an
+ // ID string for performance reasons.
+ // opacity: Number
+ // A Number between 0 and 1. 0 specifies transparent.
+ // return: Number between 0 and 1
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ dojo._setOpacity = (dojo.isIE ? function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Number*/opacity){
+ if(opacity == 1){
+ // on IE7 Alpha(Filter opacity=100) makes text look fuzzy so remove it altogether (bug #2661)
+ node.style.cssText = node.style.cssText.replace(/FILTER:[^;]*;/i, "");
+ if(node.nodeName.toLowerCase() == "tr"){
+ dojo.query("> td", node).forEach(function(i){
+ i.style.cssText = i.style.cssText.replace(/FILTER:[^;]*;/i, "");
+ });
+ }
+ }else{
+ var o = "Alpha(Opacity="+(opacity*100)+")";
+ node.style.filter = o;
+ }
+ if(node.nodeName.toLowerCase() == "tr"){
+ dojo.query("> td", node).forEach(function(i){
+ i.style.filter = o;
+ });
+ }
+ return opacity;
+ } : function(node, opacity){
+ return node.style.opacity = opacity;
+ }
+ );
+
+ var _pixelNamesCache = {
+ width: true, height: true, left: true, top: true
+ };
+ var _toStyleValue = function(node, type, value){
+ type = type.toLowerCase();
+ if(_pixelNamesCache[type] === true){
+ return dojo._toPixelValue(node, value)
+ }else if(_pixelNamesCache[type] === false){
+ return value;
+ }else{
+ if(dojo.isOpera && type == "cssText"){
+ // FIXME: add workaround for #2855 here
+ }
+ if(
+ (type.indexOf("margin") >= 0) ||
+ // (type.indexOf("border") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("padding") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("width") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("height") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("max") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("min") >= 0) ||
+ (type.indexOf("offset") >= 0)
+ ){
+ _pixelNamesCache[type] = true;
+ return dojo._toPixelValue(node, value)
+ }else{
+ _pixelNamesCache[type] = false;
+ return value;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // public API
+
+ dojo.style = function(/*DomNode|String*/ node, /*String*/style, /*String?*/value){
+ // summary:
+ // gets or sets a style property on node. If 2 arguments are
+ // passed, acts as a getter. If value is passed, acts as a setter
+ // for the property.
+ // node:
+ // id or reference to node to get/set style for
+ // style:
+ // the style property to set in DOM-accessor format
+ // ("borderWidth", not "border-width").
+ // value:
+ // optional. If passed, sets value on the node for style, handling
+ // cross-browser concerns.
+ var n=dojo.byId(node), args=arguments.length, op=(style=="opacity");
+ if(args==3){
+ return op ? dojo._setOpacity(n, value) : n.style[style] = value; /*Number*/
+ }
+ if(args==2 && op){
+ return dojo._getOpacity(n);
+ }
+ var s = dojo.getComputedStyle(n);
+ return (args == 1) ? s : _toStyleValue(n, style, s[style]); /* CSS2Properties||String||Number */
+ }
+
+ // =============================
+ // Box Functions
+ // =============================
+
+ dojo._getPadExtents = function(/*DomNode*/n, /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns object with special values specifically useful for node
+ // fitting.
+ // l/t = left/top padding (respectively)
+ // w = the total of the left and right padding
+ // h = the total of the top and bottom padding
+ // If 'node' has position, l/t forms the origin for child nodes.
+ // The w/h are used for calculating boxes.
+ // Normally application code will not need to invoke this
+ // directly, and will use the ...box... functions instead.
+ var
+ s=computedStyle||gcs(n),
+ px=dojo._toPixelValue,
+ l=px(n, s.paddingLeft),
+ t=px(n, s.paddingTop);
+ return {
+ l: l,
+ t: t,
+ w: l+px(n, s.paddingRight),
+ h: t+px(n, s.paddingBottom)
+ };
+ }
+
+ dojo._getBorderExtents = function(/*DomNode*/n, /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // returns an object with properties useful for noting the border
+ // dimensions.
+ // l/t = the sum of left/top border (respectively)
+ // w = the sum of the left and right border
+ // h = the sum of the top and bottom border
+ // The w/h are used for calculating boxes.
+ // Normally application code will not need to invoke this
+ // directly, and will use the ...box... functions instead.
+ var
+ ne='none',
+ px=dojo._toPixelValue,
+ s=computedStyle||gcs(n),
+ bl=(s.borderLeftStyle!=ne ? px(n, s.borderLeftWidth) : 0),
+ bt=(s.borderTopStyle!=ne ? px(n, s.borderTopWidth) : 0);
+ return {
+ l: bl,
+ t: bt,
+ w: bl + (s.borderRightStyle!=ne ? px(n, s.borderRightWidth) : 0),
+ h: bt + (s.borderBottomStyle!=ne ? px(n, s.borderBottomWidth) : 0)
+ };
+ }
+
+ dojo._getPadBorderExtents = function(/*DomNode*/n, /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // returns object with properties useful for box fitting with
+ // regards to padding.
+ // l/t = the sum of left/top padding and left/top border (respectively)
+ // w = the sum of the left and right padding and border
+ // h = the sum of the top and bottom padding and border
+ // The w/h are used for calculating boxes.
+ // Normally application code will not need to invoke this
+ // directly, and will use the ...box... functions instead.
+ var
+ s=computedStyle||gcs(n),
+ p=dojo._getPadExtents(n, s),
+ b=dojo._getBorderExtents(n, s);
+ return {
+ l: p.l + b.l,
+ t: p.t + b.t,
+ w: p.w + b.w,
+ h: p.h + b.h
+ };
+ }
+
+ dojo._getMarginExtents = function(n, computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // returns object with properties useful for box fitting with
+ // regards to box margins (i.e., the outer-box).
+ // l/t = marginLeft, marginTop, respectively
+ // w = total width, margin inclusive
+ // h = total height, margin inclusive
+ // The w/h are used for calculating boxes.
+ // Normally application code will not need to invoke this
+ // directly, and will use the ...box... functions instead.
+ var
+ s=computedStyle||gcs(n),
+ px=dojo._toPixelValue,
+ l=px(n, s.marginLeft),
+ t=px(n, s.marginTop),
+ r=px(n, s.marginRight),
+ b=px(n, s.marginBottom);
+ if (dojo.isSafari && (s.position != "absolute")){
+ // FIXME: Safari's version of the computed right margin
+ // is the space between our right edge and the right edge
+ // of our offsetParent.
+ // What we are looking for is the actual margin value as
+ // determined by CSS.
+ // Hack solution is to assume left/right margins are the same.
+ r = l;
+ }
+ return {
+ l: l,
+ t: t,
+ w: l+r,
+ h: t+b
+ };
+ }
+
+ // Box getters work in any box context because offsetWidth/clientWidth
+ // are invariant wrt box context
+ //
+ // They do *not* work for display: inline objects that have padding styles
+ // because the user agent ignores padding (it's bogus styling in any case)
+ //
+ // Be careful with IMGs because they are inline or block depending on
+ // browser and browser mode.
+
+ // Although it would be easier to read, there are not separate versions of
+ // _getMarginBox for each browser because:
+ // 1. the branching is not expensive
+ // 2. factoring the shared code wastes cycles (function call overhead)
+ // 3. duplicating the shared code wastes bytes
+
+ dojo._getMarginBox = function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // returns an object that encodes the width, height, left and top
+ // positions of the node's margin box.
+ var s = computedStyle||gcs(node), me = dojo._getMarginExtents(node, s);
+ var l = node.offsetLeft - me.l, t = node.offsetTop - me.t;
+ if(dojo.isMoz){
+ // Mozilla:
+ // If offsetParent has a computed overflow != visible, the offsetLeft is decreased
+ // by the parent's border.
+ // We don't want to compute the parent's style, so instead we examine node's
+ // computed left/top which is more stable.
+ var sl = parseFloat(s.left), st = parseFloat(s.top);
+ if(!isNaN(sl) && !isNaN(st)){
+ l = sl, t = st;
+ }else{
+ // If child's computed left/top are not parseable as a number (e.g. "auto"), we
+ // have no choice but to examine the parent's computed style.
+ var p = node.parentNode;
+ if(p && p.style){
+ var pcs = gcs(p);
+ if(pcs.overflow != "visible"){
+ var be = dojo._getBorderExtents(p, pcs);
+ l += be.l, t += be.t;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }else if(dojo.isOpera){
+ // On Opera, offsetLeft includes the parent's border
+ var p = node.parentNode;
+ if(p){
+ var be = dojo._getBorderExtents(p);
+ l -= be.l, t -= be.t;
+ }
+ }
+ return {
+ l: l,
+ t: t,
+ w: node.offsetWidth + me.w,
+ h: node.offsetHeight + me.h
+ };
+ }
+
+ dojo._getContentBox = function(node, computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an object that encodes the width, height, left and top
+ // positions of the node's content box, irrespective of the
+ // current box model.
+
+ // clientWidth/Height are important since the automatically account for scrollbars
+ // fallback to offsetWidth/Height for special cases (see #3378)
+ var s=computedStyle||gcs(node), pe=dojo._getPadExtents(node, s), be=dojo._getBorderExtents(node, s), w=node.clientWidth, h;
+ if(!w){
+ w=node.offsetWidth, h=node.offsetHeight;
+ }else{
+ h=node.clientHeight, be.w = be.h = 0;
+ }
+ // On Opera, offsetLeft includes the parent's border
+ if(dojo.isOpera){ pe.l += be.l; pe.t += be.t; };
+ return {
+ l: pe.l,
+ t: pe.t,
+ w: w - pe.w - be.w,
+ h: h - pe.h - be.h
+ };
+ }
+
+ dojo._getBorderBox = function(node, computedStyle){
+ var s=computedStyle||gcs(node), pe=dojo._getPadExtents(node, s), cb=dojo._getContentBox(node, s);
+ return {
+ l: cb.l - pe.l,
+ t: cb.t - pe.t,
+ w: cb.w + pe.w,
+ h: cb.h + pe.h
+ };
+ }
+
+ // Box setters depend on box context because interpretation of width/height styles
+ // vary wrt box context.
+ //
+ // The value of dojo.boxModel is used to determine box context.
+ // dojo.boxModel can be set directly to change behavior.
+ //
+ // Beware of display: inline objects that have padding styles
+ // because the user agent ignores padding (it's a bogus setup anyway)
+ //
+ // Be careful with IMGs because they are inline or block depending on
+ // browser and browser mode.
+ //
+ // Elements other than DIV may have special quirks, like built-in
+ // margins or padding, or values not detectable via computedStyle.
+ // In particular, margins on TABLE do not seems to appear
+ // at all in computedStyle on Mozilla.
+
+ dojo._setBox = function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Number?*/l, /*Number?*/t, /*Number?*/w, /*Number?*/h, /*String?*/u){
+ // summary:
+ // sets width/height/left/top in the current (native) box-model
+ // dimentions. Uses the unit passed in u.
+ // node: DOM Node reference. Id string not supported for performance reasons.
+ // l: optional. left offset from parent.
+ // t: optional. top offset from parent.
+ // w: optional. width in current box model.
+ // h: optional. width in current box model.
+ // u: optional. unit measure to use for other measures. Defaults to "px".
+ u = u || "px";
+ with(node.style){
+ if(!isNaN(l)){ left = l+u; }
+ if(!isNaN(t)){ top = t+u; }
+ if(w>=0){ width = w+u; }
+ if(h>=0){ height = h+u; }
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo._usesBorderBox = function(/*DomNode*/node){
+ // summary:
+ // True if the node uses border-box layout.
+
+ // We could test the computed style of node to see if a particular box
+ // has been specified, but there are details and we choose not to bother.
+ var n = node.tagName;
+ // For whatever reason, TABLE and BUTTON are always border-box by default.
+ // If you have assigned a different box to either one via CSS then
+ // box functions will break.
+ return dojo.boxModel=="border-box" || n=="TABLE" || n=="BUTTON"; // boolean
+ }
+
+ dojo._setContentSize = function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Number*/widthPx, /*Number*/heightPx, /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // Sets the size of the node's contents, irrespective of margins,
+ // padding, or borders.
+ var bb = dojo._usesBorderBox(node);
+ if(bb){
+ var pb = dojo._getPadBorderExtents(node, computedStyle);
+ if(widthPx>=0){ widthPx += pb.w; }
+ if(heightPx>=0){ heightPx += pb.h; }
+ }
+ dojo._setBox(node, NaN, NaN, widthPx, heightPx);
+ }
+
+ dojo._setMarginBox = function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Number?*/leftPx, /*Number?*/topPx,
+ /*Number?*/widthPx, /*Number?*/heightPx,
+ /*Object*/computedStyle){
+ // summary:
+ // sets the size of the node's margin box and palcement
+ // (left/top), irrespective of box model. Think of it as a
+ // passthrough to dojo._setBox that handles box-model vagaries for
+ // you.
+
+ var s = computedStyle || dojo.getComputedStyle(node);
+ // Some elements have special padding, margin, and box-model settings.
+ // To use box functions you may need to set padding, margin explicitly.
+ // Controlling box-model is harder, in a pinch you might set dojo.boxModel.
+ var bb=dojo._usesBorderBox(node),
+ pb=bb ? _nilExtents : dojo._getPadBorderExtents(node, s),
+ mb=dojo._getMarginExtents(node, s);
+ if(widthPx>=0){ widthPx = Math.max(widthPx - pb.w - mb.w, 0); }
+ if(heightPx>=0){ heightPx = Math.max(heightPx - pb.h - mb.h, 0); }
+ dojo._setBox(node, leftPx, topPx, widthPx, heightPx);
+ }
+
+ var _nilExtents = { l:0, t:0, w:0, h:0 };
+
+ // public API
+
+ dojo.marginBox = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*Object?*/box){
+ // summary:
+ // getter/setter for the margin-box of node.
+ // description:
+ // Returns an object in the expected format of box (regardless
+ // if box is passed). The object might look like:
+ // { l: 50, t: 200, w: 300: h: 150 }
+ // for a node offset from its parent 50px to the left, 200px from
+ // the top with a margin width of 300px and a margin-height of
+ // 150px.
+ // node:
+ // id or reference to DOM Node to get/set box for
+ // box:
+ // optional. If passed, denotes that dojo.marginBox() should
+ // update/set the margin box for node. Box is an object in the
+ // above format. All properties are optional if passed.
+ var n=dojo.byId(node), s=gcs(n), b=box;
+ return !b ? dojo._getMarginBox(n, s) : dojo._setMarginBox(n, b.l, b.t, b.w, b.h, s); // Object
+ }
+
+ dojo.contentBox = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*Object?*/box){
+ // summary:
+ // getter/setter for the content-box of node.
+ // description:
+ // Returns an object in the expected format of box (regardless if box is passed).
+ // The object might look like:
+ // { l: 50, t: 200, w: 300: h: 150 }
+ // for a node offset from its parent 50px to the left, 200px from
+ // the top with a content width of 300px and a content-height of
+ // 150px. Note that the content box may have a much larger border
+ // or margin box, depending on the box model currently in use and
+ // CSS values set/inherited for node.
+ // node:
+ // id or reference to DOM Node to get/set box for
+ // box:
+ // optional. If passed, denotes that dojo.contentBox() should
+ // update/set the content box for node. Box is an object in the
+ // above format. All properties are optional if passed.
+ var n=dojo.byId(node), s=gcs(n), b=box;
+ return !b ? dojo._getContentBox(n, s) : dojo._setContentSize(n, b.w, b.h, s); // Object
+ }
+
+ // =============================
+ // Positioning
+ // =============================
+
+ var _sumAncestorProperties = function(node, prop){
+ if(!(node = (node||0).parentNode)){return 0};
+ var val, retVal = 0, _b = dojo.body();
+ while(node && node.style){
+ if(gcs(node).position == "fixed"){
+ return 0;
+ }
+ val = node[prop];
+ if(val){
+ retVal += val - 0;
+ // opera and khtml #body & #html has the same values, we only
+ // need one value
+ if(node == _b){ break; }
+ }
+ node = node.parentNode;
+ }
+ return retVal; // integer
+ }
+
+ dojo._docScroll = function(){
+ var _b = dojo.body();
+ var _w = dojo.global;
+ var de = dojo.doc.documentElement;
+ return {
+ y: (_w.pageYOffset || de.scrollTop || _b.scrollTop || 0),
+ x: (_w.pageXOffset || dojo._fixIeBiDiScrollLeft(de.scrollLeft) || _b.scrollLeft || 0)
+ };
+ };
+
+ dojo._isBodyLtr = function(){
+ //FIXME: could check html and body tags directly instead of computed style? need to ignore case, accept empty values
+ return !("_bodyLtr" in dojo) ?
+ dojo._bodyLtr = dojo.getComputedStyle(dojo.body()).direction == "ltr" :
+ dojo._bodyLtr; // Boolean
+ }
+
+ dojo._getIeDocumentElementOffset = function(){
+ // summary
+ // The following values in IE contain an offset:
+ // event.clientX
+ // event.clientY
+ // node.getBoundingClientRect().left
+ // node.getBoundingClientRect().top
+ // But other position related values do not contain this offset, such as
+ // node.offsetLeft, node.offsetTop, node.style.left and node.style.top.
+ // The offset is always (2, 2) in LTR direction. When the body is in RTL
+ // direction, the offset counts the width of left scroll bar's width.
+ // This function computes the actual offset.
+
+ //NOTE: assumes we're being called in an IE browser
+
+ var de = dojo.doc.documentElement;
+ if(dojo.isIE >= 7){
+ return {x: de.getBoundingClientRect().left, y: de.getBoundingClientRect().top}; // Object
+ }else{
+ // IE 6.0
+ return {x: dojo._isBodyLtr() || window.parent == window ?
+ de.clientLeft : de.offsetWidth - de.clientWidth - de.clientLeft,
+ y: de.clientTop}; // Object
+ }
+ };
+
+ dojo._fixIeBiDiScrollLeft = function(/*Integer*/ scrollLeft){
+ // In RTL direction, scrollLeft should be a negative value, but IE
+ // returns a positive one. All codes using documentElement.scrollLeft
+ // must call this function to fix this error, otherwise the position
+ // will offset to right when there is a horizonal scrollbar.
+ if(dojo.isIE && !dojo._isBodyLtr()){
+ var de = dojo.doc.documentElement;
+ return scrollLeft + de.clientWidth - de.scrollWidth; // Integer
+ }
+ return scrollLeft; // Integer
+ }
+
+ dojo._abs = function(/*DomNode*/node, /*Boolean?*/includeScroll){
+ // summary:
+ // Gets the absolute position of the passed element based on the
+ // document itself. Returns an object of the form:
+ // { x: 100, y: 300 }
+ // if includeScroll is passed, the x and y values will include any
+ // document offsets that may affect the position relative to the
+ // viewport.
+
+ // FIXME: need to decide in the brave-new-world if we're going to be
+ // margin-box or border-box.
+ var ownerDocument = node.ownerDocument;
+ var ret = {
+ x: 0,
+ y: 0
+ };
+ var hasScroll = false;
+
+ // targetBoxType == "border-box"
+ var db = dojo.body();
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ var client = node.getBoundingClientRect();
+ var offset = dojo._getIeDocumentElementOffset();
+ ret.x = client.left - offset.x;
+ ret.y = client.top - offset.y;
+ }else if(ownerDocument["getBoxObjectFor"]){
+ // mozilla
+ var bo = ownerDocument.getBoxObjectFor(node);
+ ret.x = bo.x - _sumAncestorProperties(node, "scrollLeft");
+ ret.y = bo.y - _sumAncestorProperties(node, "scrollTop");
+ }else{
+ if(node["offsetParent"]){
+ hasScroll = true;
+ var endNode;
+ // in Safari, if the node is an absolutely positioned child of
+ // the body and the body has a margin the offset of the child
+ // and the body contain the body's margins, so we need to end
+ // at the body
+ // FIXME: getting contrary results to the above in latest WebKit.
+ if(dojo.isSafari &&
+ //(node.style.getPropertyValue("position") == "absolute") &&
+ (gcs(node).position == "absolute") &&
+ (node.parentNode == db)){
+ endNode = db;
+ }else{
+ endNode = db.parentNode;
+ }
+ if(node.parentNode != db){
+ var nd = node;
+ if(dojo.isOpera || (dojo.isSafari >= 3)){ nd = db; }
+ ret.x -= _sumAncestorProperties(nd, "scrollLeft");
+ ret.y -= _sumAncestorProperties(nd, "scrollTop");
+ }
+ var curnode = node;
+ do{
+ var n = curnode["offsetLeft"];
+ //FIXME: ugly hack to workaround the submenu in
+ //popupmenu2 does not shown up correctly in opera.
+ //Someone have a better workaround?
+ if(!dojo.isOpera || n>0){
+ ret.x += isNaN(n) ? 0 : n;
+ }
+ var m = curnode["offsetTop"];
+ ret.y += isNaN(m) ? 0 : m;
+ curnode = curnode.offsetParent;
+ }while((curnode != endNode)&&curnode);
+ }else if(node["x"]&&node["y"]){
+ ret.x += isNaN(node.x) ? 0 : node.x;
+ ret.y += isNaN(node.y) ? 0 : node.y;
+ }
+ }
+ // account for document scrolling
+ // if offsetParent is used, ret value already includes scroll position
+ // so we may have to actually remove that value if !includeScroll
+ if(hasScroll || includeScroll){
+ var scroll = dojo._docScroll();
+ var m = hasScroll ? (!includeScroll ? -1 : 0) : 1;
+ ret.y += m*scroll.y;
+ ret.x += m*scroll.x;
+ }
+
+ return ret; // object
+ }
+
+ // FIXME: need a setter for coords or a moveTo!!
+ dojo.coords = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*Boolean?*/includeScroll){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an object that measures margin box width/height and
+ // absolute positioning data from dojo._abs(). Return value will
+ // be in the form:
+ // { l: 50, t: 200, w: 300: h: 150, x: 100, y: 300 }
+ // does not act as a setter. If includeScroll is passed, the x and
+ // y params are affected as one would expect in dojo._abs().
+ var n=dojo.byId(node), s=gcs(n), mb=dojo._getMarginBox(n, s);
+ var abs = dojo._abs(n, includeScroll);
+ mb.x = abs.x;
+ mb.y = abs.y;
+ return mb;
+ }
+})();
+
+// =============================
+// (CSS) Class Functions
+// =============================
+
+dojo.hasClass = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*String*/classStr){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns whether or not the specified classes are a portion of the
+ // class list currently applied to the node.
+ return ((" "+dojo.byId(node).className+" ").indexOf(" "+classStr+" ") >= 0); // Boolean
+};
+
+dojo.addClass = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*String*/classStr){
+ // summary:
+ // Adds the specified classes to the end of the class list on the
+ // passed node.
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ var cls = node.className;
+ if((" "+cls+" ").indexOf(" "+classStr+" ") < 0){
+ node.className = cls + (cls ? ' ' : '') + classStr;
+ }
+};
+
+dojo.removeClass = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*String*/classStr){
+ // summary: Removes the specified classes from node.
+ node = dojo.byId(node);
+ var t = dojo.trim((" " + node.className + " ").replace(" " + classStr + " ", " "));
+ if(node.className != t){ node.className = t; }
+};
+
+dojo.toggleClass = function(/*DomNode|String*/node, /*String*/classStr, /*Boolean?*/condition){
+ // summary:
+ // Adds a class to node if not present, or removes if present.
+ // Pass a boolean condition if you want to explicitly add or remove.
+ // condition:
+ // If passed, true means to add the class, false means to remove.
+ if(condition === undefined){
+ condition = !dojo.hasClass(node, classStr);
+ }
+ dojo[condition ? "addClass" : "removeClass"](node, classStr);
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/json.js b/media/dojo/_base/json.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ef22440
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/json.js
@@ -0,0 +1,144 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.json"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.json"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.json");
+
+dojo.fromJson = function(/*String*/ json){
+ // summary:
+ // evaluates the passed string-form of a JSON object
+ // json:
+ // a string literal of a JSON item, for instance:
+ // '{ "foo": [ "bar", 1, { "baz": "thud" } ] }'
+ // return:
+ // An object, the result of the evaluation
+
+ // FIXME: should this accept mozilla's optional second arg?
+ try {
+ return eval("(" + json + ")");
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug(e);
+ return json;
+ }
+}
+
+dojo._escapeString = function(/*String*/str){
+ //summary:
+ // Adds escape sequences for non-visual characters, double quote and
+ // backslash and surrounds with double quotes to form a valid string
+ // literal.
+ return ('"' + str.replace(/(["\\])/g, '\\$1') + '"'
+ ).replace(/[\f]/g, "\\f"
+ ).replace(/[\b]/g, "\\b"
+ ).replace(/[\n]/g, "\\n"
+ ).replace(/[\t]/g, "\\t"
+ ).replace(/[\r]/g, "\\r"); // string
+}
+
+dojo.toJsonIndentStr = "\t";
+dojo.toJson = function(/*Object*/ it, /*Boolean?*/ prettyPrint, /*String?*/ _indentStr){
+ // summary:
+ // Create a JSON serialization of an object.
+ // Note that this doesn't check for infinite recursion, so don't do that!
+ //
+ // it:
+ // an object to be serialized. Objects may define their own
+ // serialization via a special "__json__" or "json" function
+ // property. If a specialized serializer has been defined, it will
+ // be used as a fallback.
+ //
+ // prettyPrint:
+ // if true, we indent objects and arrays to make the output prettier.
+ // The variable dojo.toJsonIndentStr is used as the indent string
+ // -- to use something other than the default (tab),
+ // change that variable before calling dojo.toJson().
+ //
+ // _indentStr:
+ // private variable for recursive calls when pretty printing, do not use.
+ //
+ // return:
+ // a String representing the serialized version of the passed object.
+
+ _indentStr = _indentStr || "";
+ var nextIndent = (prettyPrint ? _indentStr + dojo.toJsonIndentStr : "");
+ var newLine = (prettyPrint ? "\n" : "");
+ var objtype = typeof(it);
+ if(objtype == "undefined"){
+ return "undefined";
+ }else if((objtype == "number")||(objtype == "boolean")){
+ return it + "";
+ }else if(it === null){
+ return "null";
+ }
+ if(dojo.isString(it)){
+ return dojo._escapeString(it);
+ }
+ if(it.nodeType && it.cloneNode){ // isNode
+ return ""; // FIXME: would something like outerHTML be better here?
+ }
+ // recurse
+ var recurse = arguments.callee;
+ // short-circuit for objects that support "json" serialization
+ // if they return "self" then just pass-through...
+ var newObj;
+ if(typeof it.__json__ == "function"){
+ newObj = it.__json__();
+ if(it !== newObj){
+ return recurse(newObj, prettyPrint, nextIndent);
+ }
+ }
+ if(typeof it.json == "function"){
+ newObj = it.json();
+ if(it !== newObj){
+ return recurse(newObj, prettyPrint, nextIndent);
+ }
+ }
+ // array
+ if(dojo.isArray(it)){
+ var res = [];
+ for(var i = 0; i < it.length; i++){
+ var val = recurse(it[i], prettyPrint, nextIndent);
+ if(typeof(val) != "string"){
+ val = "undefined";
+ }
+ res.push(newLine + nextIndent + val);
+ }
+ return "[" + res.join(", ") + newLine + _indentStr + "]";
+ }
+ /*
+ // look in the registry
+ try {
+ window.o = it;
+ newObj = dojo.json.jsonRegistry.match(it);
+ return recurse(newObj, prettyPrint, nextIndent);
+ }catch(e){
+ // console.debug(e);
+ }
+ // it's a function with no adapter, skip it
+ */
+ if(objtype == "function"){
+ return null;
+ }
+ // generic object code path
+ var output = [];
+ for(var key in it){
+ var keyStr;
+ if(typeof(key) == "number"){
+ keyStr = '"' + key + '"';
+ }else if(typeof(key) == "string"){
+ keyStr = dojo._escapeString(key);
+ }else{
+ // skip non-string or number keys
+ continue;
+ }
+ val = recurse(it[key], prettyPrint, nextIndent);
+ if(typeof(val) != "string"){
+ // skip non-serializable values
+ continue;
+ }
+ // FIXME: use += on Moz!!
+ // MOW NOTE: using += is a pain because you have to account for the dangling comma...
+ output.push(newLine + nextIndent + keyStr + ": " + val);
+ }
+ return "{" + output.join(", ") + newLine + _indentStr + "}";
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/lang.js b/media/dojo/_base/lang.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ab87808
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/lang.js
@@ -0,0 +1,252 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.lang"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.lang"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.lang");
+
+// Crockford (ish) functions
+
+dojo.isString = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ // summary: Return true if it is a String
+ return typeof it == "string" || it instanceof String; // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.isArray = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ // summary: Return true if it is an Array
+ return it && it instanceof Array || typeof it == "array"; // Boolean
+}
+
+/*=====
+dojo.isFunction = function(it){
+ // summary: Return true if it is a Function
+ // it: anything
+}
+=====*/
+
+dojo.isFunction = (function(){
+ var _isFunction = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ return typeof it == "function" || it instanceof Function; // Boolean
+ };
+
+ return dojo.isSafari ?
+ // only slow this down w/ gratuitious casting in Safari since it's what's b0rken
+ function(/*anything*/ it){
+ if(typeof it == "function" && it == "[object NodeList]"){ return false; }
+ return _isFunction(it); // Boolean
+ } : _isFunction;
+})();
+
+dojo.isObject = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if it is a JavaScript object (or an Array, a Function or null)
+ return it !== undefined &&
+ (it === null || typeof it == "object" || dojo.isArray(it) || dojo.isFunction(it)); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.isArrayLike = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ // summary:
+ // similar to dojo.isArray() but more permissive
+ // description:
+ // Doesn't strongly test for "arrayness". Instead, settles for "isn't
+ // a string or number and has a length property". Arguments objects
+ // and DOM collections will return true when passed to
+ // dojo.isArrayLike(), but will return false when passed to
+ // dojo.isArray().
+ // return:
+ // If it walks like a duck and quicks like a duck, return true
+ var d = dojo;
+ return it && it !== undefined &&
+ // keep out built-in constructors (Number, String, ...) which have length
+ // properties
+ !d.isString(it) && !d.isFunction(it) &&
+ !(it.tagName && it.tagName.toLowerCase() == 'form') &&
+ (d.isArray(it) || isFinite(it.length)); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.isAlien = function(/*anything*/ it){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if it is a built-in function or some other kind of
+ // oddball that *should* report as a function but doesn't
+ return it && !dojo.isFunction(it) && /\{\s*\[native code\]\s*\}/.test(String(it)); // Boolean
+}
+
+dojo.extend = function(/*Object*/ constructor, /*Object...*/ props){
+ // summary:
+ // Adds all properties and methods of props to constructor's
+ // prototype, making them available to all instances created with
+ // constructor.
+ for(var i=1, l=arguments.length; i<l; i++){
+ dojo._mixin(constructor.prototype, arguments[i]);
+ }
+ return constructor; // Object
+}
+
+dojo._hitchArgs = function(scope, method /*,...*/){
+ var pre = dojo._toArray(arguments, 2);
+ var named = dojo.isString(method);
+ return function(){
+ // arrayify arguments
+ var args = dojo._toArray(arguments);
+ // locate our method
+ var f = named ? (scope||dojo.global)[method] : method;
+ // invoke with collected args
+ return f && f.apply(scope || this, pre.concat(args)); // mixed
+ } // Function
+}
+
+dojo.hitch = function(/*Object*/scope, /*Function|String*/method /*,...*/){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a function that will only ever execute in the a given scope.
+ // This allows for easy use of object member functions
+ // in callbacks and other places in which the "this" keyword may
+ // otherwise not reference the expected scope.
+ // Any number of default positional arguments may be passed as parameters
+ // beyond "method".
+ // Each of these values will be used to "placehold" (similar to curry)
+ // for the hitched function.
+ // scope:
+ // The scope to use when method executes. If method is a string,
+ // scope is also the object containing method.
+ // method:
+ // A function to be hitched to scope, or the name of the method in
+ // scope to be hitched.
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.hitch(foo, "bar")();
+ // runs foo.bar() in the scope of foo
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.hitch(foo, myFunction);
+ // returns a function that runs myFunction in the scope of foo
+ if(arguments.length > 2){
+ return dojo._hitchArgs.apply(dojo, arguments); // Function
+ }
+ if(!method){
+ method = scope;
+ scope = null;
+ }
+ if(dojo.isString(method)){
+ scope = scope || dojo.global;
+ if(!scope[method]){ throw(['dojo.hitch: scope["', method, '"] is null (scope="', scope, '")'].join('')); }
+ return function(){ return scope[method].apply(scope, arguments || []); }; // Function
+ }
+ return !scope ? method : function(){ return method.apply(scope, arguments || []); }; // Function
+}
+
+/*=====
+dojo.delegate = function(obj, props){
+ // summary:
+ // returns a new object which "looks" to obj for properties which it
+ // does not have a value for. Optionally takes a bag of properties to
+ // seed the returned object with initially.
+ // description:
+ // This is a small implementaton of the Boodman/Crockford delegation
+ // pattern in JavaScript. An intermediate object constructor mediates
+ // the prototype chain for the returned object, using it to delegate
+ // down to obj for property lookup when object-local lookup fails.
+ // This can be thought of similarly to ES4's "wrap", save that it does
+ // not act on types but rather on pure objects.
+ // obj:
+ // The object to delegate to for properties not found directly on the
+ // return object or in props.
+ // props:
+ // an object containing properties to assign to the returned object
+ // returns:
+ // an Object of anonymous type
+ // example:
+ // | var foo = { bar: "baz" };
+ // | var thinger = dojo.delegate(foo, { thud: "xyzzy"});
+ // | thinger.bar == "baz"; // delegated to foo
+ // | foo.xyzzy == undefined; // by definition
+ // | thinger.xyzzy == "xyzzy"; // mixed in from props
+ // | foo.bar = "thonk";
+ // | thinger.bar == "thonk"; // still delegated to foo's bar
+}
+=====*/
+
+
+dojo.delegate = dojo._delegate = function(obj, props){
+
+ // boodman/crockford delegation
+ function TMP(){};
+ TMP.prototype = obj;
+ var tmp = new TMP();
+ if(props){
+ dojo.mixin(tmp, props);
+ }
+ return tmp; // Object
+}
+
+dojo.partial = function(/*Function|String*/method /*, ...*/){
+ // summary:
+ // similar to hitch() except that the scope object is left to be
+ // whatever the execution context eventually becomes.
+ // description:
+ // Calling dojo.partial is the functional equivalent of calling:
+ // | dojo.hitch(null, funcName, ...);
+ var arr = [ null ];
+ return dojo.hitch.apply(dojo, arr.concat(dojo._toArray(arguments))); // Function
+}
+
+dojo._toArray = function(/*Object*/obj, /*Number?*/offset, /*Array?*/ startWith){
+ // summary:
+ // Converts an array-like object (i.e. arguments, DOMCollection)
+ // to an array. Returns a new Array object.
+ // obj:
+ // the object to "arrayify". We expect the object to have, at a
+ // minimum, a length property which corresponds to integer-indexed
+ // properties.
+ // offset:
+ // the location in obj to start iterating from. Defaults to 0. Optional.
+ // startWith:
+ // An array to pack with the properties of obj. If provided,
+ // properties in obj are appended at the end of startWith and
+ // startWith is the returned array.
+ var arr = startWith||[];
+ for(var x = offset || 0; x < obj.length; x++){
+ arr.push(obj[x]);
+ }
+ return arr; // Array
+}
+
+dojo.clone = function(/*anything*/ o){
+ // summary:
+ // Clones objects (including DOM nodes) and all children.
+ // Warning: do not clone cyclic structures.
+ if(!o){ return o; }
+ if(dojo.isArray(o)){
+ var r = [];
+ for(var i = 0; i < o.length; ++i){
+ r.push(dojo.clone(o[i]));
+ }
+ return r; // Array
+ }
+ if(!dojo.isObject(o)){
+ return o; /*anything*/
+ }
+ if(o.nodeType && o.cloneNode){ // isNode
+ return o.cloneNode(true); // Node
+ }
+ if(o instanceof Date){
+ return new Date(o.getTime()); // Date
+ }
+ // Generic objects
+ var r = new o.constructor(); // specific to dojo.declare()'d classes!
+ for(var i in o){
+ if(!(i in r) || r[i] != o[i]){
+ r[i] = dojo.clone(o[i]);
+ }
+ }
+ return r; // Object
+}
+
+dojo.trim = function(/*String*/ str){
+ // summary:
+ // trims whitespaces from both sides of the string
+ // description:
+ // This version of trim() was selected for inclusion into the base due
+ // to its compact size and relatively good performance (see Steven
+ // Levithan's blog:
+ // http://blog.stevenlevithan.com/archives/faster-trim-javascript).
+ // The fastest but longest version of this function is located at
+ // dojo.string.trim()
+ return str.replace(/^\s\s*/, '').replace(/\s\s*$/, ''); // String
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/query.js b/media/dojo/_base/query.js
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/media/dojo/_base/query.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.query"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.query"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.query");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.NodeList");
+
+/*
+ dojo.query() architectural overview:
+
+ dojo.query is a relatively full-featured CSS3 query library. It is
+ designed to take any valid CSS3 selector and return the nodes matching
+ the selector. To do this quickly, it processes queries in several
+ steps, applying caching where profitable.
+
+ The steps (roughly in reverse order of the way they appear in the code):
+ 1.) check to see if we already have a "query dispatcher"
+ - if so, use that with the given parameterization. Skip to step 4.
+ 2.) attempt to determine which branch to dispatch the query to:
+ - JS (optimized DOM iteration)
+ - xpath (for browsers that support it and where it's fast)
+ - native (not available in any browser yet)
+ 3.) tokenize and convert to executable "query dispatcher"
+ - this is where the lion's share of the complexity in the
+ system lies. In the DOM version, the query dispatcher is
+ assembled as a chain of "yes/no" test functions pertaining to
+ a section of a simple query statement (".blah:nth-child(odd)"
+ but not "div div", which is 2 simple statements). Individual
+ statement dispatchers are cached (to prevent re-definition)
+ as are entire dispatch chains (to make re-execution of the
+ same query fast)
+ - in the xpath path, tokenization yeilds a concatenation of
+ parameterized xpath selectors. As with the DOM version, both
+ simple selector blocks and overall evaluators are cached to
+ prevent re-defintion
+ 4.) the resulting query dispatcher is called in the passed scope (by default the top-level document)
+ - for DOM queries, this results in a recursive, top-down
+ evaluation of nodes based on each simple query section
+ - xpath queries can, thankfully, be executed in one shot
+ 5.) matched nodes are pruned to ensure they are unique
+*/
+
+;(function(){
+ // define everything in a closure for compressability reasons. "d" is an
+ // alias to "dojo" since it's so frequently used. This seems a
+ // transformation that the build system could perform on a per-file basis.
+
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+ // Utility code
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ var d = dojo;
+ var childNodesName = dojo.isIE ? "children" : "childNodes";
+
+ var getQueryParts = function(query){
+ // summary: state machine for query tokenization
+ if(query.charAt(query.length-1) == ">"){
+ query += " *"
+ }
+ query += " "; // ensure that we terminate the state machine
+
+ var ts = function(s, e){
+ return d.trim(query.slice(s, e));
+ }
+
+ // the overall data graph of the full query, as represented by queryPart objects
+ var qparts = [];
+ // state keeping vars
+ var inBrackets = -1;
+ var inParens = -1;
+ var inMatchFor = -1;
+ var inPseudo = -1;
+ var inClass = -1;
+ var inId = -1;
+ var inTag = -1;
+ var lc = ""; // the last character
+ var cc = ""; // the current character
+ var pStart;
+ // iteration vars
+ var x = 0; // index in the query
+ var ql = query.length;
+ var currentPart = null; // data structure representing the entire clause
+ var _cp = null; // the current pseudo or attr matcher
+
+ var endTag = function(){
+ if(inTag >= 0){
+ var tv = (inTag == x) ? null : ts(inTag, x).toLowerCase();
+ currentPart[ (">~+".indexOf(tv) < 0)? "tag" : "oper" ] = tv;
+ inTag = -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ var endId = function(){
+ if(inId >= 0){
+ currentPart.id = ts(inId, x).replace(/\\/g, "");
+ inId = -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ var endClass = function(){
+ if(inClass >= 0){
+ currentPart.classes.push(ts(inClass+1, x).replace(/\\/g, ""));
+ inClass = -1;
+ }
+ }
+
+ var endAll = function(){
+ endId(); endTag(); endClass();
+ }
+
+ for(; x<ql, lc=cc, cc=query.charAt(x); x++){
+ if(lc == "\\"){ continue; }
+ if(!currentPart){
+ // NOTE: I hate all this alloc, but it's shorter than writing tons of if's
+ pStart = x;
+ currentPart = {
+ query: null,
+ pseudos: [],
+ attrs: [],
+ classes: [],
+ tag: null,
+ oper: null,
+ id: null
+ };
+ inTag = x;
+ }
+
+ if(inBrackets >= 0){
+ // look for a the close first
+ if(cc == "]"){
+ if(!_cp.attr){
+ _cp.attr = ts(inBrackets+1, x);
+ }else{
+ _cp.matchFor = ts((inMatchFor||inBrackets+1), x);
+ }
+ var cmf = _cp.matchFor;
+ if(cmf){
+ if( (cmf.charAt(0) == '"') || (cmf.charAt(0) == "'") ){
+ _cp.matchFor = cmf.substring(1, cmf.length-1);
+ }
+ }
+ currentPart.attrs.push(_cp);
+ _cp = null; // necessaray?
+ inBrackets = inMatchFor = -1;
+ }else if(cc == "="){
+ var addToCc = ("|~^$*".indexOf(lc) >=0 ) ? lc : "";
+ _cp.type = addToCc+cc;
+ _cp.attr = ts(inBrackets+1, x-addToCc.length);
+ inMatchFor = x+1;
+ }
+ // now look for other clause parts
+ }else if(inParens >= 0){
+ if(cc == ")"){
+ if(inPseudo >= 0){
+ _cp.value = ts(inParens+1, x);
+ }
+ inPseudo = inParens = -1;
+ }
+ }else if(cc == "#"){
+ endAll();
+ inId = x+1;
+ }else if(cc == "."){
+ endAll();
+ inClass = x;
+ }else if(cc == ":"){
+ endAll();
+ inPseudo = x;
+ }else if(cc == "["){
+ endAll();
+ inBrackets = x;
+ _cp = {
+ /*=====
+ attr: null, type: null, matchFor: null
+ =====*/
+ };
+ }else if(cc == "("){
+ if(inPseudo >= 0){
+ _cp = {
+ name: ts(inPseudo+1, x),
+ value: null
+ }
+ currentPart.pseudos.push(_cp);
+ }
+ inParens = x;
+ }else if(cc == " " && lc != cc){
+ // note that we expect the string to be " " terminated
+ endAll();
+ if(inPseudo >= 0){
+ currentPart.pseudos.push({ name: ts(inPseudo+1, x) });
+ }
+ currentPart.hasLoops = (
+ currentPart.pseudos.length ||
+ currentPart.attrs.length ||
+ currentPart.classes.length );
+ currentPart.query = ts(pStart, x);
+ currentPart.tag = (currentPart["oper"]) ? null : (currentPart.tag || "*");
+ qparts.push(currentPart);
+ currentPart = null;
+ }
+ }
+ return qparts;
+ };
+
+
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+ // XPath query code
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ // this array is a lookup used to generate an attribute matching function.
+ // There is a similar lookup/generator list for the DOM branch with similar
+ // calling semantics.
+ var xPathAttrs = {
+ "*=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[contains(@"+attr+", '"+ value +"')]";
+ },
+ "^=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[starts-with(@"+attr+", '"+ value +"')]";
+ },
+ "$=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[substring(@"+attr+", string-length(@"+attr+")-"+(value.length-1)+")='"+value+"']";
+ },
+ "~=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[contains(concat(' ',@"+attr+",' '), ' "+ value +" ')]";
+ },
+ "|=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[contains(concat(' ',@"+attr+",' '), ' "+ value +"-')]";
+ },
+ "=": function(attr, value){
+ return "[@"+attr+"='"+ value +"']";
+ }
+ };
+
+ // takes a list of attribute searches, the overall query, a function to
+ // generate a default matcher, and a closure-bound method for providing a
+ // matching function that generates whatever type of yes/no distinguisher
+ // the query method needs. The method is a bit tortured and hard to read
+ // because it needs to be used in both the XPath and DOM branches.
+ var handleAttrs = function( attrList,
+ query,
+ getDefault,
+ handleMatch){
+ d.forEach(query.attrs, function(attr){
+ var matcher;
+ // type, attr, matchFor
+ if(attr.type && attrList[attr.type]){
+ matcher = attrList[attr.type](attr.attr, attr.matchFor);
+ }else if(attr.attr.length){
+ matcher = getDefault(attr.attr);
+ }
+ if(matcher){ handleMatch(matcher); }
+ });
+ }
+
+ var buildPath = function(query){
+ var xpath = ".";
+ var qparts = getQueryParts(d.trim(query));
+ while(qparts.length){
+ var tqp = qparts.shift();
+ var prefix;
+ // FIXME: need to add support for ~ and +
+ if(tqp.oper == ">"){
+ prefix = "/";
+ // prefix = "/child::node()";
+ tqp = qparts.shift();
+ }else{
+ prefix = "//";
+ // prefix = "/descendant::node()"
+ }
+
+ // get the tag name (if any)
+
+ xpath += prefix + tqp.tag;
+
+ // check to see if it's got an id. Needs to come first in xpath.
+ if(tqp.id){
+ xpath += "[@id='"+tqp.id+"'][1]";
+ }
+
+ d.forEach(tqp.classes, function(cn){
+ var cnl = cn.length;
+ var padding = " ";
+ if(cn.charAt(cnl-1) == "*"){
+ padding = ""; cn = cn.substr(0, cnl-1);
+ }
+ xpath +=
+ "[contains(concat(' ',@class,' '), ' "+
+ cn + padding + "')]";
+ });
+
+ handleAttrs(xPathAttrs, tqp,
+ function(condition){
+ return "[@"+condition+"]";
+ },
+ function(matcher){
+ xpath += matcher;
+ }
+ );
+
+ // FIXME: need to implement pseudo-class checks!!
+ };
+ return xpath;
+ };
+
+ var _xpathFuncCache = {};
+ var getXPathFunc = function(path){
+ if(_xpathFuncCache[path]){
+ return _xpathFuncCache[path];
+ }
+
+ var doc = d.doc;
+ // var parent = d.body(); // FIXME
+ // FIXME: don't need to memoize. The closure scope handles it for us.
+ var xpath = buildPath(path);
+
+ var tf = function(parent){
+ // XPath query strings are memoized.
+ var ret = [];
+ var xpathResult;
+ try{
+ xpathResult = doc.evaluate(xpath, parent, null,
+ // XPathResult.UNORDERED_NODE_ITERATOR_TYPE, null);
+ XPathResult.ANY_TYPE, null);
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug("failure in exprssion:", xpath, "under:", parent);
+ console.debug(e);
+ }
+ var result = xpathResult.iterateNext();
+ while(result){
+ ret.push(result);
+ result = xpathResult.iterateNext();
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ return _xpathFuncCache[path] = tf;
+ };
+
+ /*
+ d.xPathMatch = function(query){
+ // XPath based DOM query system. Handles a small subset of CSS
+ // selectors, subset is identical to the non-XPath version of this
+ // function.
+
+ // FIXME: need to add support for alternate roots
+ return getXPathFunc(query)();
+ }
+ */
+
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+ // DOM query code
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ var _filtersCache = {};
+ var _simpleFiltersCache = {};
+
+ // the basic building block of the yes/no chaining system. agree(f1, f2)
+ // generates a new function which returns the boolean results of both of
+ // the passed functions to a single logical-anded result.
+ var agree = function(first, second){
+ if(!first){ return second; }
+ if(!second){ return first; }
+
+ return function(){
+ return first.apply(window, arguments) && second.apply(window, arguments);
+ }
+ }
+
+ var _filterDown = function(element, queryParts, matchArr, idx){
+ var nidx = idx+1;
+ var isFinal = (queryParts.length == nidx);
+ var tqp = queryParts[idx];
+
+ // see if we can constrain our next level to direct children
+ if(tqp.oper == ">"){
+ var ecn = element[childNodesName];
+ if(!ecn || !ecn.length){
+ return;
+ }
+ nidx++;
+ isFinal = (queryParts.length == nidx);
+ // kinda janky, too much array alloc
+ var tf = getFilterFunc(queryParts[idx+1]);
+ // for(var x=ecn.length-1, te; x>=0, te=ecn[x]; x--){
+ for(var x=0, ecnl=ecn.length, te; x<ecnl, te=ecn[x]; x++){
+ if(tf(te)){
+ if(isFinal){
+ matchArr.push(te);
+ }else{
+ _filterDown(te, queryParts, matchArr, nidx);
+ }
+ }
+ /*
+ if(x==0){
+ break;
+ }
+ */
+ }
+ }
+
+ // otherwise, keep going down, unless we'er at the end
+ var candidates = getElementsFunc(tqp)(element);
+ if(isFinal){
+ while(candidates.length){
+ matchArr.push(candidates.shift());
+ }
+ /*
+ candidates.unshift(0, matchArr.length-1);
+ matchArr.splice.apply(matchArr, candidates);
+ */
+ }else{
+ // if we're not yet at the bottom, keep going!
+ while(candidates.length){
+ _filterDown(candidates.shift(), queryParts, matchArr, nidx);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ var filterDown = function(elements, queryParts){
+ var ret = [];
+
+ // for every root, get the elements that match the descendant selector
+ // for(var x=elements.length-1, te; x>=0, te=elements[x]; x--){
+ var x = elements.length - 1, te;
+ while(te = elements[x--]){
+ _filterDown(te, queryParts, ret, 0);
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+
+ var getFilterFunc = function(q){
+ // note: query can't have spaces!
+ if(_filtersCache[q.query]){
+ return _filtersCache[q.query];
+ }
+ var ff = null;
+
+ // does it have a tagName component?
+ if(q.tag){
+ if(q.tag == "*"){
+ ff = agree(ff,
+ function(elem){
+ return (elem.nodeType == 1);
+ }
+ );
+ }else{
+ // tag name match
+ ff = agree(ff,
+ function(elem){
+ return (
+ (elem.nodeType == 1) &&
+ (q.tag == elem.tagName.toLowerCase())
+ );
+ // return isTn;
+ }
+ );
+ }
+ }
+
+ // does the node have an ID?
+ if(q.id){
+ ff = agree(ff,
+ function(elem){
+ return (
+ (elem.nodeType == 1) &&
+ (elem.id == q.id)
+ );
+ }
+ );
+ }
+
+ if(q.hasLoops){
+ // if we have other query param parts, make sure we add them to the
+ // filter chain
+ ff = agree(ff, getSimpleFilterFunc(q));
+ }
+
+ return _filtersCache[q.query] = ff;
+ }
+
+ var getNodeIndex = function(node){
+ // NOTE:
+ // we could have a more accurate caching mechanism by invalidating
+ // caches after the query has finished, but I think that'd lead to
+ // significantly more cache churn than the cache would provide
+ // value for in the common case. Generally, we're more
+ // conservative (and therefore, more accurate) than jQuery and
+ // DomQuery WRT node node indexes, but there may be corner cases
+ // in which we fall down. How much we care about them is TBD.
+
+ var pn = node.parentNode;
+ var pnc = pn.childNodes;
+
+ // check to see if we can trust the cache. If not, re-key the whole
+ // thing and return our node match from that.
+
+ var nidx = -1;
+ var child = pn.firstChild;
+ if(!child){
+ return nidx;
+ }
+
+ var ci = node["__cachedIndex"];
+ var cl = pn["__cachedLength"];
+
+ // only handle cache building if we've gone out of sync
+ if(((typeof cl == "number")&&(cl != pnc.length))||(typeof ci != "number")){
+ // rip though the whole set, building cache indexes as we go
+ pn["__cachedLength"] = pnc.length;
+ var idx = 1;
+ do{
+ // we only assign indexes for nodes with nodeType == 1, as per:
+ // http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#nth-child-pseudo
+ // only elements are counted in the search order, and they
+ // begin at 1 for the first child's index
+
+ if(child === node){
+ nidx = idx;
+ }
+ if(child.nodeType == 1){
+ child["__cachedIndex"] = idx;
+ idx++;
+ }
+ child = child.nextSibling;
+ }while(child);
+ }else{
+ // NOTE:
+ // could be incorrect in some cases (node swaps involving the
+ // passed node, etc.), but we ignore those due to the relative
+ // unlikelihood of that occuring
+ nidx = ci;
+ }
+ return nidx;
+ }
+
+ var firedCount = 0;
+
+ var blank = "";
+ var _getAttr = function(elem, attr){
+ if(attr == "class"){
+ return elem.className || blank;
+ }
+ if(attr == "for"){
+ return elem.htmlFor || blank;
+ }
+ return elem.getAttribute(attr, 2) || blank;
+ }
+
+ var attrs = {
+ "*=": function(attr, value){
+ return function(elem){
+ // E[foo*="bar"]
+ // an E element whose "foo" attribute value contains
+ // the substring "bar"
+ return (_getAttr(elem, attr).indexOf(value)>=0);
+ }
+ },
+ "^=": function(attr, value){
+ // E[foo^="bar"]
+ // an E element whose "foo" attribute value begins exactly
+ // with the string "bar"
+ return function(elem){
+ return (_getAttr(elem, attr).indexOf(value)==0);
+ }
+ },
+ "$=": function(attr, value){
+ // E[foo$="bar"]
+ // an E element whose "foo" attribute value ends exactly
+ // with the string "bar"
+ var tval = " "+value;
+ return function(elem){
+ var ea = " "+_getAttr(elem, attr);
+ return (ea.lastIndexOf(value)==(ea.length-value.length));
+ }
+ },
+ "~=": function(attr, value){
+ // E[foo~="bar"]
+ // an E element whose "foo" attribute value is a list of
+ // space-separated values, one of which is exactly equal
+ // to "bar"
+
+ // return "[contains(concat(' ',@"+attr+",' '), ' "+ value +" ')]";
+ var tval = " "+value+" ";
+ return function(elem){
+ var ea = " "+_getAttr(elem, attr)+" ";
+ return (ea.indexOf(tval)>=0);
+ }
+ },
+ "|=": function(attr, value){
+ // E[hreflang|="en"]
+ // an E element whose "hreflang" attribute has a
+ // hyphen-separated list of values beginning (from the
+ // left) with "en"
+ var valueDash = " "+value+"-";
+ return function(elem){
+ var ea = " "+(elem.getAttribute(attr, 2) || "");
+ return (
+ (ea == value) ||
+ (ea.indexOf(valueDash)==0)
+ );
+ }
+ },
+ "=": function(attr, value){
+ return function(elem){
+ return (_getAttr(elem, attr) == value);
+ }
+ }
+ };
+
+ var pseudos = {
+ "first-child": function(name, condition){
+ return function(elem){
+ if(elem.nodeType != 1){ return false; }
+ // check to see if any of the previous siblings are elements
+ var fc = elem.previousSibling;
+ while(fc && (fc.nodeType != 1)){
+ fc = fc.previousSibling;
+ }
+ return (!fc);
+ }
+ },
+ "last-child": function(name, condition){
+ return function(elem){
+ if(elem.nodeType != 1){ return false; }
+ // check to see if any of the next siblings are elements
+ var nc = elem.nextSibling;
+ while(nc && (nc.nodeType != 1)){
+ nc = nc.nextSibling;
+ }
+ return (!nc);
+ }
+ },
+ "empty": function(name, condition){
+ return function(elem){
+ // DomQuery and jQuery get this wrong, oddly enough.
+ // The CSS 3 selectors spec is pretty explicit about
+ // it, too.
+ var cn = elem.childNodes;
+ var cnl = elem.childNodes.length;
+ // if(!cnl){ return true; }
+ for(var x=cnl-1; x >= 0; x--){
+ var nt = cn[x].nodeType;
+ if((nt == 1)||(nt == 3)){ return false; }
+ }
+ return true;
+ }
+ },
+ /* non standard!
+ "contains": function(name, condition){
+ return function(elem){
+ // FIXME: I dislike this version of "contains", as
+ // whimsical attribute could set it off. An inner-text
+ // based version might be more accurate, but since
+ // jQuery and DomQuery also potentially get this wrong,
+ // I'm leaving it for now.
+ return (elem.innerHTML.indexOf(condition) >= 0);
+ }
+ },
+ */
+ "not": function(name, condition){
+ var ntf = getFilterFunc(getQueryParts(condition)[0]);
+ return function(elem){
+ return (!ntf(elem));
+ }
+ },
+ "nth-child": function(name, condition){
+ var pi = parseInt;
+ if(condition == "odd"){
+ return function(elem){
+ return (
+ ((getNodeIndex(elem)) % 2) == 1
+ );
+ }
+ }else if((condition == "2n")||
+ (condition == "even")){
+ return function(elem){
+ return ((getNodeIndex(elem) % 2) == 0);
+ }
+ }else if(condition.indexOf("0n+") == 0){
+ var ncount = pi(condition.substr(3));
+ return function(elem){
+ return (elem.parentNode[childNodesName][ncount-1] === elem);
+ }
+ }else if( (condition.indexOf("n+") > 0) &&
+ (condition.length > 3) ){
+ var tparts = condition.split("n+", 2);
+ var pred = pi(tparts[0]);
+ var idx = pi(tparts[1]);
+ return function(elem){
+ return ((getNodeIndex(elem) % pred) == idx);
+ }
+ }else if(condition.indexOf("n") == -1){
+ var ncount = pi(condition);
+ return function(elem){
+ return (getNodeIndex(elem) == ncount);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ };
+
+ var defaultGetter = (d.isIE) ? function(cond){
+ var clc = cond.toLowerCase();
+ return function(elem){
+ return elem[cond]||elem[clc];
+ }
+ } : function(cond){
+ return function(elem){
+ return (elem && elem.getAttribute && elem.hasAttribute(cond));
+ }
+ };
+
+ var getSimpleFilterFunc = function(query){
+
+ var fcHit = (_simpleFiltersCache[query.query]||_filtersCache[query.query]);
+ if(fcHit){ return fcHit; }
+
+ var ff = null;
+
+ // the only case where we'll need the tag name is if we came from an ID query
+ if(query.id){ // do we have an ID component?
+ if(query.tag != "*"){
+ ff = agree(ff, function(elem){
+ return (elem.tagName.toLowerCase() == query.tag);
+ });
+ }
+ }
+
+ // if there's a class in our query, generate a match function for it
+ d.forEach(query.classes, function(cname, idx, arr){
+ // get the class name
+ var isWildcard = cname.charAt(cname.length-1) == "*";
+ if(isWildcard){
+ cname = cname.substr(0, cname.length-1);
+ }
+ // I dislike the regex thing, even if memozied in a cache, but it's VERY short
+ var re = new RegExp("(?:^|\\s)" + cname + (isWildcard ? ".*" : "") + "(?:\\s|$)");
+ ff = agree(ff, function(elem){
+ return re.test(elem.className);
+ });
+ ff.count = idx;
+ });
+
+ d.forEach(query.pseudos, function(pseudo){
+ if(pseudos[pseudo.name]){
+ ff = agree(ff, pseudos[pseudo.name](pseudo.name, pseudo.value));
+ }
+ });
+
+ handleAttrs(attrs, query, defaultGetter,
+ function(tmatcher){ ff = agree(ff, tmatcher); }
+ );
+ if(!ff){
+ ff = function(){ return true; };
+ }
+ return _simpleFiltersCache[query.query] = ff;
+ }
+
+ var _getElementsFuncCache = { };
+
+ var getElementsFunc = function(query, root){
+ var fHit = _getElementsFuncCache[query.query];
+ if(fHit){ return fHit; }
+
+ // NOTE: this function is in the fast path! not memoized!!!
+
+ // the query doesn't contain any spaces, so there's only so many
+ // things it could be
+
+ if(query.id && !query.hasLoops && !query.tag){
+ // ID-only query. Easy.
+ return _getElementsFuncCache[query.query] = function(root){
+ // FIXME: if root != document, check for parenting!
+ return [ d.byId(query.id) ];
+ }
+ }
+
+ var filterFunc = getSimpleFilterFunc(query);
+
+ var retFunc;
+ if(query.tag && query.id && !query.hasLoops){
+ // we got a filtered ID search (e.g., "h4#thinger")
+ retFunc = function(root){
+ var te = d.byId(query.id);
+ if(filterFunc(te)){
+ return [ te ];
+ }
+ }
+ }else{
+ var tret;
+
+ if(!query.hasLoops){
+ // it's just a plain-ol elements-by-tag-name query from the root
+ retFunc = function(root){
+ var ret = [];
+ var te, x=0, tret = root.getElementsByTagName(query.tag);
+ while(te=tret[x++]){
+ ret.push(te);
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ }else{
+ retFunc = function(root){
+ var ret = [];
+ var te, x=0, tret = root.getElementsByTagName(query.tag);
+ while(te=tret[x++]){
+ if(filterFunc(te)){
+ ret.push(te);
+ }
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return _getElementsFuncCache[query.query] = retFunc;
+ }
+
+ var _partsCache = {};
+
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+ // the query runner
+ ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ // this is the second level of spliting, from full-length queries (e.g.,
+ // "div.foo .bar") into simple query expressions (e.g., ["div.foo",
+ // ".bar"])
+ var _queryFuncCache = {
+ "*": d.isIE ?
+ function(root){
+ return root.all;
+ } :
+ function(root){
+ return root.getElementsByTagName("*");
+ },
+ ">": function(root){
+ var ret = [];
+ var te, x=0, tret = root[childNodesName];
+ while(te=tret[x++]){
+ if(te.nodeType == 1){ ret.push(te); }
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ };
+
+ var getStepQueryFunc = function(query){
+ // if it's trivial, get a fast-path dispatcher
+ var qparts = getQueryParts(d.trim(query));
+ // if(query[query.length-1] == ">"){ query += " *"; }
+ if(qparts.length == 1){
+ var tt = getElementsFunc(qparts[0]);
+ tt.nozip = true;
+ return tt;
+ }
+
+ // otherwise, break it up and return a runner that iterates over the parts recursively
+ var sqf = function(root){
+ var localQueryParts = qparts.slice(0); // clone the src arr
+ var candidates;
+ if(localQueryParts[0].oper == ">"){
+ candidates = [ root ];
+ // root = document;
+ }else{
+ candidates = getElementsFunc(localQueryParts.shift())(root);
+ }
+ return filterDown(candidates, localQueryParts);
+ }
+ return sqf;
+ }
+
+ // a specialized method that implements our primoridal "query optimizer".
+ // This allows us to dispatch queries to the fastest subsystem we can get.
+ var _getQueryFunc = (
+ // NOTE:
+ // XPath on the Webkit nighlies is slower than it's DOM iteration
+ // for most test cases
+ // FIXME:
+ // we should try to capture some runtime speed data for each query
+ // function to determine on the fly if we should stick w/ the
+ // potentially optimized variant or if we should try something
+ // new.
+ (document["evaluate"] && !d.isSafari) ?
+ function(query){
+ // has xpath support that's faster than DOM
+ var qparts = query.split(" ");
+ // can we handle it?
+ if( (document["evaluate"])&&
+ (query.indexOf(":") == -1)&&
+ (
+ (true) // ||
+ // (query.indexOf("[") == -1) ||
+ // (query.indexOf("=") == -1)
+ )
+ ){
+ // dojo.debug(query);
+ // should we handle it?
+
+ // kind of a lame heuristic, but it works
+ if(
+ // a "div div div" style query
+ ((qparts.length > 2)&&(query.indexOf(">") == -1))||
+ // or something else with moderate complexity. kinda janky
+ (qparts.length > 3)||
+ (query.indexOf("[")>=0)||
+ // or if it's a ".thinger" query
+ ((1 == qparts.length)&&(0 <= query.indexOf(".")))
+
+ ){
+ // use get and cache a xpath runner for this selector
+ return getXPathFunc(query);
+ }
+ }
+
+ // fallthrough
+ return getStepQueryFunc(query);
+ } : getStepQueryFunc
+ );
+ // uncomment to disable XPath for testing and tuning the DOM path
+ // _getQueryFunc = getStepQueryFunc;
+
+ // FIXME: we've got problems w/ the NodeList query()/filter() functions if we go XPath for everything
+
+ // uncomment to disable DOM queries for testing and tuning XPath
+ // _getQueryFunc = getXPathFunc;
+
+ // this is the primary caching for full-query results. The query dispatcher
+ // functions are generated here and then pickled for hash lookup in the
+ // future
+ var getQueryFunc = function(query){
+ // return a cached version if one is available
+ if(_queryFuncCache[query]){ return _queryFuncCache[query]; }
+ if(0 > query.indexOf(",")){
+ // if it's not a compound query (e.g., ".foo, .bar"), cache and return a dispatcher
+ return _queryFuncCache[query] = _getQueryFunc(query);
+ }else{
+ // if it's a complex query, break it up into it's constituent parts
+ // and return a dispatcher that will merge the parts when run
+
+ // var parts = query.split(", ");
+ var parts = query.split(/\s*,\s*/);
+ var tf = function(root){
+ var pindex = 0; // avoid array alloc for every invocation
+ var ret = [];
+ var tp;
+ while(tp = parts[pindex++]){
+ ret = ret.concat(_getQueryFunc(tp, tp.indexOf(" "))(root));
+ }
+ return ret;
+ }
+ // ...cache and return
+ return _queryFuncCache[query] = tf;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // FIXME:
+ // Dean's new Base2 uses a system whereby queries themselves note if
+ // they'll need duplicate filtering. We need to get on that plan!!
+
+ // attempt to efficiently determine if an item in a list is a dupe,
+ // returning a list of "uniques", hopefully in doucment order
+ var _zipIdx = 0;
+ var _zip = function(arr){
+ if(arr && arr.nozip){ return d.NodeList._wrap(arr); }
+ var ret = new d.NodeList();
+ if(!arr){ return ret; }
+ if(arr[0]){
+ ret.push(arr[0]);
+ }
+ if(arr.length < 2){ return ret; }
+ _zipIdx++;
+ arr[0]["_zipIdx"] = _zipIdx;
+ for(var x=1, te; te = arr[x]; x++){
+ if(arr[x]["_zipIdx"] != _zipIdx){
+ ret.push(te);
+ }
+ te["_zipIdx"] = _zipIdx;
+ }
+ // FIXME: should we consider stripping these properties?
+ return ret;
+ }
+
+ // the main exectuor
+ d.query = function(query, root){
+ // summary:
+ // returns nodes which match the given CSS3 selector, searching the
+ // entire document by default but optionally taking a node to scope
+ // the search by. Returns an instance of dojo.NodeList.
+ // description:
+ // dojo.query() is the swiss army knife of DOM node manipulation in
+ // Dojo. Much like Prototype's "$$" (bling-bling) function or JQuery's
+ // "$" function, dojo.query provides robust, high-performance
+ // CSS-based node selector support with the option of scoping searches
+ // to a particular sub-tree of a document.
+ //
+ // Supported Selectors:
+ // --------------------
+ //
+ // dojo.query() supports a rich set of CSS3 selectors, including:
+ //
+ // * class selectors (e.g., ".foo")
+ // * node type selectors like "span"
+ // * " " descendant selectors
+ // * ">" child element selectors
+ // * "#foo" style ID selectors
+ // * "*" universal selector
+ // * attribute queries:
+ // * "[foo]" attribute presence selector
+ // * "[foo='bar']" attribute value exact match
+ // * "[foo~='bar']" attribute value list item match
+ // * "[foo^='bar']" attribute start match
+ // * "[foo$='bar']" attribute end match
+ // * "[foo*='bar']" attribute substring match
+ // * ":first-child", ":last-child" positional selectors
+ // * ":nth-child(n)", ":nth-child(2n+1)" style positional calculations
+ // * ":nth-child(even)", ":nth-child(odd)" positional selectors
+ // * ":not(...)" negation pseudo selectors
+ //
+ // Any legal combination of those selector types as per the CSS 3 sepc
+ // will work with dojo.query(), including compound selectors (","
+ // delimited). Very complex and useful searches can be constructed
+ // with this palette of selectors and when combined with functions for
+ // maniplation presented by dojo.NodeList, many types of DOM
+ // manipulation operations become very straightforward.
+ //
+ // Unsupported Selectors:
+ // --------------------
+ //
+ // While dojo.query handles many CSS3 selectors, some fall outside of
+ // what's resaonable for a programmatic node querying engine to
+ // handle. Currently unsupported selectors include:
+ //
+ // * namespace-differentiated selectors of any form
+ // * "~", the immediately preceeded-by sibling selector
+ // * "+", the preceeded-by sibling selector
+ // * all "::" pseduo-element selectors
+ // * certain pseduo-selectors which don't get a lot of day-to-day use:
+ // * :root, :lang(), :target, :focus
+ // * all visual and state selectors:
+ // * :root, :active, :hover, :visisted, :link, :enabled, :disabled, :checked
+ // * :*-of-type pseudo selectors
+ //
+ // dojo.query and XML Documents:
+ // -----------------------------
+ // FIXME
+ //
+ // query: String
+ // The CSS3 expression to match against. For details on the syntax of
+ // CSS3 selectors, see:
+ // http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#selectors
+ // root: String|DOMNode?
+ // A node (or string ID of a node) to scope the search from. Optional.
+ // returns:
+ // An instance of dojo.NodeList. Many methods are available on
+ // NodeLists for searching, iterating, manipulating, and handling
+ // events on the matched nodes in the returned list.
+
+ // return is always an array
+ // NOTE: elementsById is not currently supported
+ // NOTE: ignores xpath-ish queries for now
+ if(query.constructor == d.NodeList){
+ return query;
+ }
+ if(!d.isString(query)){
+ return new d.NodeList(query); // dojo.NodeList
+ }
+ if(d.isString(root)){
+ root = d.byId(root);
+ }
+
+ // FIXME: should support more methods on the return than the stock array.
+ return _zip(getQueryFunc(query)(root||d.doc));
+ }
+
+ /*
+ // exposing these was a mistake
+ d.query.attrs = attrs;
+ d.query.pseudos = pseudos;
+ */
+
+ // one-off function for filtering a NodeList based on a simple selector
+ d._filterQueryResult = function(nodeList, simpleFilter){
+ var tnl = new d.NodeList();
+ var ff = (simpleFilter) ? getFilterFunc(getQueryParts(simpleFilter)[0]) : function(){ return true; };
+ for(var x=0, te; te = nodeList[x]; x++){
+ if(ff(te)){ tnl.push(te); }
+ }
+ return tnl;
+ }
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/window.js b/media/dojo/_base/window.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0f936ee
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/window.js
@@ -0,0 +1,145 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.window"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.window"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.window");
+
+dojo._gearsObject = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // factory method to get a Google Gears plugin instance to
+ // expose in the browser runtime environment, if present
+ var factory;
+ var results;
+
+ var gearsObj = dojo.getObject("google.gears");
+ if(gearsObj){ return gearsObj; } // already defined elsewhere
+
+ if(typeof GearsFactory != "undefined"){ // Firefox
+ factory = new GearsFactory();
+ }else{
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ // IE
+ try{
+ factory = new ActiveXObject("Gears.Factory");
+ }catch(e){
+ // ok to squelch; there's no gears factory. move on.
+ }
+ }else if(navigator.mimeTypes["application/x-googlegears"]){
+ // Safari?
+ factory = document.createElement("object");
+ factory.setAttribute("type", "application/x-googlegears");
+ factory.setAttribute("width", 0);
+ factory.setAttribute("height", 0);
+ factory.style.display = "none";
+ document.documentElement.appendChild(factory);
+ }
+ }
+
+ // still nothing?
+ if(!factory){ return null; }
+
+ // define the global objects now; don't overwrite them though if they
+ // were somehow set internally by the Gears plugin, which is on their
+ // dev roadmap for the future
+ dojo.setObject("google.gears.factory", factory);
+ return dojo.getObject("google.gears");
+};
+
+// see if we have Google Gears installed, and if
+// so, make it available in the runtime environment
+// and in the Google standard 'google.gears' global object
+dojo.isGears = (!!dojo._gearsObject())||0;
+
+// @global: dojo.doc
+
+// summary:
+// Current document object. 'dojo.doc' can be modified
+// for temporary context shifting. Also see dojo.withDoc().
+// description:
+// Refer to dojo.doc rather
+// than referring to 'window.document' to ensure your code runs
+// correctly in managed contexts.
+dojo.doc = window["document"] || null;
+
+dojo.body = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // return the body object associated with dojo.doc
+
+ // Note: document.body is not defined for a strict xhtml document
+ // Would like to memoize this, but dojo.doc can change vi dojo.withDoc().
+ return dojo.doc.body || dojo.doc.getElementsByTagName("body")[0];
+}
+
+dojo.setContext = function(/*Object*/globalObject, /*DocumentElement*/globalDocument){
+ // summary:
+ // changes the behavior of many core Dojo functions that deal with
+ // namespace and DOM lookup, changing them to work in a new global
+ // context. The varibles dojo.global and dojo.doc
+ // are modified as a result of calling this function.
+ dojo.global = globalObject;
+ dojo.doc = globalDocument;
+};
+
+dojo._fireCallback = function(callback, context, cbArguments){
+ // FIXME: should migrate to using "dojo.isString"!
+ if(context && dojo.isString(callback)){
+ callback = context[callback];
+ }
+ return (context ? callback.apply(context, cbArguments || [ ]) : callback());
+}
+
+dojo.withGlobal = function( /*Object*/globalObject,
+ /*Function*/callback,
+ /*Object?*/thisObject,
+ /*Array?*/cbArguments){
+ // summary:
+ // Call callback with globalObject as dojo.global and
+ // globalObject.document as dojo.doc. If provided, globalObject
+ // will be executed in the context of object thisObject
+ // description:
+ // When callback() returns or throws an error, the dojo.global
+ // and dojo.doc will be restored to its previous state.
+ var rval;
+ var oldGlob = dojo.global;
+ var oldDoc = dojo.doc;
+ try{
+ dojo.setContext(globalObject, globalObject.document);
+ rval = dojo._fireCallback(callback, thisObject, cbArguments);
+ }finally{
+ dojo.setContext(oldGlob, oldDoc);
+ }
+ return rval;
+}
+
+dojo.withDoc = function( /*Object*/documentObject,
+ /*Function*/callback,
+ /*Object?*/thisObject,
+ /*Array?*/cbArguments){
+ // summary:
+ // Call callback with documentObject as dojo.doc. If provided,
+ // callback will be executed in the context of object thisObject
+ // description:
+ // When callback() returns or throws an error, the dojo.doc will
+ // be restored to its previous state.
+ var rval;
+ var oldDoc = dojo.doc;
+ try{
+ dojo.doc = documentObject;
+ rval = dojo._fireCallback(callback, thisObject, cbArguments);
+ }finally{
+ dojo.doc = oldDoc;
+ }
+ return rval;
+};
+
+//Register any module paths set up in djConfig. Need to do this
+//in the hostenvs since hostenv_browser can read djConfig from a
+//script tag's attribute.
+(function(){
+ var mp = djConfig["modulePaths"];
+ if(mp){
+ for(var param in mp){
+ dojo.registerModulePath(param, mp[param]);
+ }
+ }
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_base/xhr.js b/media/dojo/_base/xhr.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b68fa71
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_base/xhr.js
@@ -0,0 +1,695 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.xhr"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._base.xhr"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._base.xhr");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.Deferred");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.json");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.lang");
+dojo.require("dojo._base.query");
+
+(function(){
+ var _d = dojo;
+ function setValue(/*Object*/obj, /*String*/name, /*String*/value){
+ //summary:
+ // For the nameed property in object, set the value. If a value
+ // already exists and it is a string, convert the value to be an
+ // array of values.
+ var val = obj[name];
+ if(_d.isString(val)){
+ obj[name] = [val, value];
+ }else if(_d.isArray(val)){
+ val.push(value);
+ }else{
+ obj[name] = value;
+ }
+ }
+
+ dojo.formToObject = function(/*DOMNode||String*/ formNode){
+ // summary:
+ // dojo.formToObject returns the values encoded in an HTML form as
+ // string properties in an object which it then returns. Disabled form
+ // elements, buttons, and other non-value form elements are skipped.
+ // Multi-select elements are returned as an array of string values.
+ // description:
+ // This form:
+ //
+ // <form id="test_form">
+ // <input type="text" name="blah" value="blah">
+ // <input type="text" name="no_value" value="blah" disabled>
+ // <input type="button" name="no_value2" value="blah">
+ // <select type="select" multiple name="multi" size="5">
+ // <option value="blah">blah</option>
+ // <option value="thud" selected>thud</option>
+ // <option value="thonk" selected>thonk</option>
+ // </select>
+ // </form>
+ //
+ // yields this object structure as the result of a call to
+ // formToObject():
+ //
+ // {
+ // blah: "blah",
+ // multi: [
+ // "thud",
+ // "thonk"
+ // ]
+ // };
+
+ var ret = {};
+ var iq = "input:not([type=file]):not([type=submit]):not([type=image]):not([type=reset]):not([type=button]), select, textarea";
+ _d.query(iq, formNode).filter(function(node){
+ return (!node.disabled);
+ }).forEach(function(item){
+ var _in = item.name;
+ var type = (item.type||"").toLowerCase();
+ if(type == "radio" || type == "checkbox"){
+ if(item.checked){ setValue(ret, _in, item.value); }
+ }else if(item.multiple){
+ ret[_in] = [];
+ _d.query("option", item).forEach(function(opt){
+ if(opt.selected){
+ setValue(ret, _in, opt.value);
+ }
+ });
+ }else{
+ setValue(ret, _in, item.value);
+ if(type == "image"){
+ ret[_in+".x"] = ret[_in+".y"] = ret[_in].x = ret[_in].y = 0;
+ }
+ }
+ });
+ return ret; // Object
+ }
+
+ dojo.objectToQuery = function(/*Object*/ map){
+ // summary:
+ // takes a key/value mapping object and returns a string representing
+ // a URL-encoded version of that object.
+ // example:
+ // this object:
+ //
+ // | {
+ // | blah: "blah",
+ // | multi: [
+ // | "thud",
+ // | "thonk"
+ // | ]
+ // | };
+ //
+ // yeilds the following query string:
+ //
+ // | "blah=blah&multi=thud&multi=thonk"
+
+
+ // FIXME: need to implement encodeAscii!!
+ var ec = encodeURIComponent;
+ var ret = "";
+ var backstop = {};
+ for(var x in map){
+ if(map[x] != backstop[x]){
+ if(_d.isArray(map[x])){
+ for(var y=0; y<map[x].length; y++){
+ ret += ec(x) + "=" + ec(map[x][y]) + "&";
+ }
+ }else{
+ ret += ec(x) + "=" + ec(map[x]) + "&";
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ if(ret.length && ret.charAt(ret.length-1) == "&"){
+ ret = ret.substr(0, ret.length-1);
+ }
+ return ret; // String
+ }
+
+ dojo.formToQuery = function(/*DOMNode||String*/ formNode){
+ // summary:
+ // return URL-encoded string representing the form passed as either a
+ // node or string ID identifying the form to serialize
+ return _d.objectToQuery(_d.formToObject(formNode)); // String
+ }
+
+ dojo.formToJson = function(/*DOMNode||String*/ formNode, /*Boolean?*/prettyPrint){
+ // summary:
+ // return a serialized JSON string from a form node or string
+ // ID identifying the form to serialize
+ return _d.toJson(_d.formToObject(formNode), prettyPrint); // String
+ }
+
+ dojo.queryToObject = function(/*String*/ str){
+ // summary:
+ // returns an object representing a de-serialized query section of a
+ // URL. Query keys with multiple values are returned in an array.
+ // description:
+ // This string:
+ //
+ // "foo=bar&foo=baz&thinger=%20spaces%20=blah&zonk=blarg&"
+ //
+ // returns this object structure:
+ //
+ // {
+ // foo: [ "bar", "baz" ],
+ // thinger: " spaces =blah",
+ // zonk: "blarg"
+ // }
+ //
+ // Note that spaces and other urlencoded entities are correctly
+ // handled.
+
+ // FIXME: should we grab the URL string if we're not passed one?
+ var ret = {};
+ var qp = str.split("&");
+ var dc = decodeURIComponent;
+ _d.forEach(qp, function(item){
+ if(item.length){
+ var parts = item.split("=");
+ var name = dc(parts.shift());
+ var val = dc(parts.join("="));
+ if(_d.isString(ret[name])){
+ ret[name] = [ret[name]];
+ }
+ if(_d.isArray(ret[name])){
+ ret[name].push(val);
+ }else{
+ ret[name] = val;
+ }
+ }
+ });
+ return ret; // Object
+ }
+
+ /*
+ from refactor.txt:
+
+ all bind() replacement APIs take the following argument structure:
+
+ {
+ url: "blah.html",
+
+ // all below are optional, but must be supported in some form by
+ // every IO API
+ timeout: 1000, // milliseconds
+ handleAs: "text", // replaces the always-wrong "mimetype"
+ content: {
+ key: "value"
+ },
+
+ // browser-specific, MAY be unsupported
+ sync: true, // defaults to false
+ form: dojo.byId("someForm")
+ }
+ */
+
+ // need to block async callbacks from snatching this thread as the result
+ // of an async callback might call another sync XHR, this hangs khtml forever
+ // must checked by watchInFlight()
+
+ dojo._blockAsync = false;
+
+ dojo._contentHandlers = {
+ "text": function(xhr){ return xhr.responseText; },
+ "json": function(xhr){
+ if(!djConfig.usePlainJson){
+ console.debug("Consider using mimetype:text/json-comment-filtered"
+ + " to avoid potential security issues with JSON endpoints"
+ + " (use djConfig.usePlainJson=true to turn off this message)");
+ }
+ return _d.fromJson(xhr.responseText);
+ },
+ "json-comment-filtered": function(xhr){
+ // NOTE: we provide the json-comment-filtered option as one solution to
+ // the "JavaScript Hijacking" issue noted by Fortify and others. It is
+ // not appropriate for all circumstances.
+
+ var value = xhr.responseText;
+ var cStartIdx = value.indexOf("\/*");
+ var cEndIdx = value.lastIndexOf("*\/");
+ if(cStartIdx == -1 || cEndIdx == -1){
+ throw new Error("JSON was not comment filtered");
+ }
+ return _d.fromJson(value.substring(cStartIdx+2, cEndIdx));
+ },
+ "javascript": function(xhr){
+ // FIXME: try Moz and IE specific eval variants?
+ return _d.eval(xhr.responseText);
+ },
+ "xml": function(xhr){
+ if(_d.isIE && !xhr.responseXML){
+ _d.forEach(["MSXML2", "Microsoft", "MSXML", "MSXML3"], function(i){
+ try{
+ var doc = new ActiveXObject(prefixes[i]+".XMLDOM");
+ doc.async = false;
+ doc.loadXML(xhr.responseText);
+ return doc; // DOMDocument
+ }catch(e){ /* squelch */ };
+ });
+ }else{
+ return xhr.responseXML;
+ }
+ }
+ };
+
+ dojo._contentHandlers["json-comment-optional"] = function(xhr){
+ var handlers = _d._contentHandlers;
+ try{
+ return handlers["json-comment-filtered"](xhr);
+ }catch(e){
+ return handlers["json"](xhr);
+ }
+ };
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.__ioArgs = function(kwArgs){
+ // url: String
+ // URL to server endpoint.
+ // content: Object?
+ // Contains properties with string values. These
+ // properties will be serialized as name1=value2 and
+ // passed in the request.
+ // timeout: Integer?
+ // Milliseconds to wait for the response. If this time
+ // passes, the then error callbacks are called.
+ // form: DOMNode?
+ // DOM node for a form. Used to extract the form values
+ // and send to the server.
+ // preventCache: Boolean?
+ // Default is false. If true, then a
+ // "dojo.preventCache" parameter is sent in the request
+ // with a value that changes with each request
+ // (timestamp). Useful only with GET-type requests.
+ // handleAs: String?
+ // Acceptable values depend on the type of IO
+ // transport (see specific IO calls for more information).
+ // load: Function?
+ // function(response, ioArgs){}. response is an Object, ioArgs
+ // is of type dojo.__ioCallbackArgs. The load function will be
+ // called on a successful response.
+ // error: Function?
+ // function(response, ioArgs){}. response is an Object, ioArgs
+ // is of type dojo.__ioCallbackArgs. The error function will
+ // be called in an error case.
+ // handle: Function
+ // function(response, ioArgs){}. response is an Object, ioArgs
+ // is of type dojo.__ioCallbackArgs. The handle function will
+ // be called in either the successful or error case. For
+ // the load, error and handle functions, the ioArgs object
+ // will contain the following properties:
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.__ioCallbackArgs = function(kwArgs){
+ // args: Object
+ // the original object argument to the IO call.
+ // xhr: XMLHttpRequest
+ // For XMLHttpRequest calls only, the
+ // XMLHttpRequest object that was used for the
+ // request.
+ // url: String
+ // The final URL used for the call. Many times it
+ // will be different than the original args.url
+ // value.
+ // query: String
+ // For non-GET requests, the
+ // name1=value1&name2=value2 parameters sent up in
+ // the request.
+ // handleAs: String
+ // The final indicator on how the response will be
+ // handled.
+ // id: String
+ // For dojo.io.script calls only, the internal
+ // script ID used for the request.
+ // canDelete: Boolean
+ // For dojo.io.script calls only, indicates
+ // whether the script tag that represents the
+ // request can be deleted after callbacks have
+ // been called. Used internally to know when
+ // cleanup can happen on JSONP-type requests.
+ // json: Object
+ // For dojo.io.script calls only: holds the JSON
+ // response for JSONP-type requests. Used
+ // internally to hold on to the JSON responses.
+ // You should not need to access it directly --
+ // the same object should be passed to the success
+ // callbacks directly.
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+
+
+ dojo._ioSetArgs = function(/*dojo.__ioArgs*/args,
+ /*Function*/canceller,
+ /*Function*/okHandler,
+ /*Function*/errHandler){
+ // summary:
+ // sets up the Deferred and ioArgs property on the Deferred so it
+ // can be used in an io call.
+ // args:
+ // The args object passed into the public io call. Recognized properties on
+ // the args object are:
+ // canceller:
+ // The canceller function used for the Deferred object. The function
+ // will receive one argument, the Deferred object that is related to the
+ // canceller.
+ // okHandler:
+ // The first OK callback to be registered with Deferred. It has the opportunity
+ // to transform the OK response. It will receive one argument -- the Deferred
+ // object returned from this function.
+ // errHandler:
+ // The first error callback to be registered with Deferred. It has the opportunity
+ // to do cleanup on an error. It will receive two arguments: error (the
+ // Error object) and dfd, the Deferred object returned from this function.
+
+ var ioArgs = {args: args, url: args.url};
+
+ //Get values from form if requestd.
+ var formObject = null;
+ if(args.form){
+ var form = _d.byId(args.form);
+ //IE requires going through getAttributeNode instead of just getAttribute in some form cases,
+ //so use it for all. See #2844
+ var actnNode = form.getAttributeNode("action");
+ ioArgs.url = ioArgs.url || (actnNode ? actnNode.value : null);
+ formObject = _d.formToObject(form);
+ }
+
+ // set up the query params
+ var miArgs = [{}];
+
+ if(formObject){
+ // potentially over-ride url-provided params w/ form values
+ miArgs.push(formObject);
+ }
+ if(args.content){
+ // stuff in content over-rides what's set by form
+ miArgs.push(args.content);
+ }
+ if(args.preventCache){
+ miArgs.push({"dojo.preventCache": new Date().valueOf()});
+ }
+ ioArgs.query = _d.objectToQuery(_d.mixin.apply(null, miArgs));
+
+ // .. and the real work of getting the deferred in order, etc.
+ ioArgs.handleAs = args.handleAs || "text";
+ var d = new _d.Deferred(canceller);
+ d.addCallbacks(okHandler, function(error){
+ return errHandler(error, d);
+ });
+
+ //Support specifying load, error and handle callback functions from the args.
+ //For those callbacks, the "this" object will be the args object.
+ //The callbacks will get the deferred result value as the
+ //first argument and the ioArgs object as the second argument.
+ var ld = args.load;
+ if(ld && _d.isFunction(ld)){
+ d.addCallback(function(value){
+ return ld.call(args, value, ioArgs);
+ });
+ }
+ var err = args.error;
+ if(err && _d.isFunction(err)){
+ d.addErrback(function(value){
+ return err.call(args, value, ioArgs);
+ });
+ }
+ var handle = args.handle;
+ if(handle && _d.isFunction(handle)){
+ d.addBoth(function(value){
+ return handle.call(args, value, ioArgs);
+ });
+ }
+
+ d.ioArgs = ioArgs;
+
+ // FIXME: need to wire up the xhr object's abort method to something
+ // analagous in the Deferred
+ return d;
+ }
+
+ var _deferredCancel = function(/*Deferred*/dfd){
+ //summary: canceller function for dojo._ioSetArgs call.
+
+ dfd.canceled = true;
+ var xhr = dfd.ioArgs.xhr;
+ var _at = (typeof xhr.abort);
+ if((_at == "function")||(_at == "unknown")){
+ xhr.abort();
+ }
+ var err = new Error("xhr cancelled");
+ err.dojoType = "cancel";
+ return err;
+ }
+ var _deferredOk = function(/*Deferred*/dfd){
+ //summary: okHandler function for dojo._ioSetArgs call.
+
+ return _d._contentHandlers[dfd.ioArgs.handleAs](dfd.ioArgs.xhr);
+ }
+ var _deferError = function(/*Error*/error, /*Deferred*/dfd){
+ //summary: errHandler function for dojo._ioSetArgs call.
+
+ // console.debug("xhr error in:", dfd.ioArgs.xhr);
+ console.debug(error);
+ return error;
+ }
+
+ var _makeXhrDeferred = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/args){
+ //summary: makes the Deferred object for this xhr request.
+ var dfd = _d._ioSetArgs(args, _deferredCancel, _deferredOk, _deferError);
+ //Pass the args to _xhrObj, to allow xhr iframe proxy interceptions.
+ dfd.ioArgs.xhr = _d._xhrObj(dfd.ioArgs.args);
+ return dfd;
+ }
+
+ // avoid setting a timer per request. It degrades performance on IE
+ // something fierece if we don't use unified loops.
+ var _inFlightIntvl = null;
+ var _inFlight = [];
+ var _watchInFlight = function(){
+ //summary:
+ // internal method that checks each inflight XMLHttpRequest to see
+ // if it has completed or if the timeout situation applies.
+
+ var now = (new Date()).getTime();
+ // make sure sync calls stay thread safe, if this callback is called
+ // during a sync call and this results in another sync call before the
+ // first sync call ends the browser hangs
+ if(!_d._blockAsync){
+ // we need manual loop because we often modify _inFlight (and therefore 'i') while iterating
+ // note: the second clause is an assigment on purpose, lint may complain
+ for(var i=0, tif; (i<_inFlight.length)&&(tif=_inFlight[i]); i++){
+ var dfd = tif.dfd;
+ try{
+ if(!dfd || dfd.canceled || !tif.validCheck(dfd)){
+ _inFlight.splice(i--, 1);
+ }else if(tif.ioCheck(dfd)){
+ _inFlight.splice(i--, 1);
+ tif.resHandle(dfd);
+ }else if(dfd.startTime){
+ //did we timeout?
+ if(dfd.startTime + (dfd.ioArgs.args.timeout||0) < now){
+ _inFlight.splice(i--, 1);
+ var err = new Error("timeout exceeded");
+ err.dojoType = "timeout";
+ dfd.errback(err);
+ //Cancel the request so the io module can do appropriate cleanup.
+ dfd.cancel();
+ }
+ }
+ }catch(e){
+ // FIXME: make sure we errback!
+ console.debug(e);
+ dfd.errback(new Error("_watchInFlightError!"));
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(!_inFlight.length){
+ clearInterval(_inFlightIntvl);
+ _inFlightIntvl = null;
+ return;
+ }
+
+ }
+
+ dojo._ioCancelAll = function(){
+ //summary: Cancels all pending IO requests, regardless of IO type
+ //(xhr, script, iframe).
+ try{
+ _d.forEach(_inFlight, function(i){
+ i.dfd.cancel();
+ });
+ }catch(e){/*squelch*/}
+ }
+
+ //Automatically call cancel all io calls on unload
+ //in IE for trac issue #2357.
+ if(_d.isIE){
+ _d.addOnUnload(_d._ioCancelAll);
+ }
+
+ _d._ioWatch = function(/*Deferred*/dfd,
+ /*Function*/validCheck,
+ /*Function*/ioCheck,
+ /*Function*/resHandle){
+ //summary: watches the io request represented by dfd to see if it completes.
+ //dfd:
+ // The Deferred object to watch.
+ //validCheck:
+ // Function used to check if the IO request is still valid. Gets the dfd
+ // object as its only argument.
+ //ioCheck:
+ // Function used to check if basic IO call worked. Gets the dfd
+ // object as its only argument.
+ //resHandle:
+ // Function used to process response. Gets the dfd
+ // object as its only argument.
+ if(dfd.ioArgs.args.timeout){
+ dfd.startTime = (new Date()).getTime();
+ }
+ _inFlight.push({dfd: dfd, validCheck: validCheck, ioCheck: ioCheck, resHandle: resHandle});
+ if(!_inFlightIntvl){
+ _inFlightIntvl = setInterval(_watchInFlight, 50);
+ }
+ _watchInFlight(); // handle sync requests
+ }
+
+ var _defaultContentType = "application/x-www-form-urlencoded";
+
+ var _validCheck = function(/*Deferred*/dfd){
+ return dfd.ioArgs.xhr.readyState; //boolean
+ }
+ var _ioCheck = function(/*Deferred*/dfd){
+ return 4 == dfd.ioArgs.xhr.readyState; //boolean
+ }
+ var _resHandle = function(/*Deferred*/dfd){
+ if(_d._isDocumentOk(dfd.ioArgs.xhr)){
+ dfd.callback(dfd);
+ }else{
+ dfd.errback(new Error("bad http response code:" + dfd.ioArgs.xhr.status));
+ }
+ }
+
+ var _doIt = function(/*String*/type, /*Deferred*/dfd){
+ // IE 6 is a steaming pile. It won't let you call apply() on the native function (xhr.open).
+ // workaround for IE6's apply() "issues"
+ var ioArgs = dfd.ioArgs;
+ var args = ioArgs.args;
+ ioArgs.xhr.open(type, ioArgs.url, args.sync !== true, args.user || undefined, args.password || undefined);
+ if(args.headers){
+ for(var hdr in args.headers){
+ if(hdr.toLowerCase() === "content-type" && !args.contentType){
+ args.contentType = args.headers[hdr];
+ }else{
+ ioArgs.xhr.setRequestHeader(hdr, args.headers[hdr]);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ // FIXME: is this appropriate for all content types?
+ ioArgs.xhr.setRequestHeader("Content-Type", (args.contentType||_defaultContentType));
+ // FIXME: set other headers here!
+ try{
+ ioArgs.xhr.send(ioArgs.query);
+ }catch(e){
+ dfd.cancel();
+ }
+ _d._ioWatch(dfd, _validCheck, _ioCheck, _resHandle);
+ return dfd; //Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo._ioAddQueryToUrl = function(/*dojo.__ioCallbackArgs*/ioArgs){
+ //summary: Adds query params discovered by the io deferred construction to the URL.
+ //Only use this for operations which are fundamentally GET-type operations.
+ if(ioArgs.query.length){
+ ioArgs.url += (ioArgs.url.indexOf("?") == -1 ? "?" : "&") + ioArgs.query;
+ ioArgs.query = null;
+ }
+ }
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.__xhrArgs = function(kwArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // In addition to the properties listed for the dojo.__ioArgs type,
+ // the following properties are allowed for dojo.xhr* methods.
+ // handleAs:
+ // String. Acceptable values are:
+ // "text" (default)
+ // "json"
+ // "json-comment-optional"
+ // "json-comment-filtered"
+ // "javascript"
+ // "xml"
+ // sync:
+ // Boolean. false is default. Indicates whether the request should
+ // be a synchronous (blocking) request.
+ // headers:
+ // Object. Additional HTTP headers to send in the request.
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ dojo.xhrGet = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP GET request to the server.
+ var dfd = _makeXhrDeferred(args);
+ _d._ioAddQueryToUrl(dfd.ioArgs);
+ return _doIt("GET", dfd); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo.xhrPost = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ //summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP POST request to the server.
+ return _doIt("POST", _makeXhrDeferred(args)); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo.rawXhrPost = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP POST request to the server. In addtion to the properties
+ // listed for the dojo.__xhrArgs type, the following property is allowed:
+ // postData:
+ // String. The raw data to send in the body of the POST request.
+ var dfd = _makeXhrDeferred(args);
+ dfd.ioArgs.query = args.postData;
+ return _doIt("POST", dfd); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo.xhrPut = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP PUT request to the server.
+ return _doIt("PUT", _makeXhrDeferred(args)); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo.rawXhrPut = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP PUT request to the server. In addtion to the properties
+ // listed for the dojo.__xhrArgs type, the following property is allowed:
+ // putData:
+ // String. The raw data to send in the body of the PUT request.
+ var dfd = _makeXhrDeferred(args);
+ var ioArgs = dfd.ioArgs;
+ if(args["putData"]){
+ ioArgs.query = args.putData;
+ args.putData = null;
+ }
+ return _doIt("PUT", dfd); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ dojo.xhrDelete = function(/*dojo.__xhrArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends an HTTP DELETE request to the server.
+ var dfd = _makeXhrDeferred(args);
+ _d._ioAddQueryToUrl(dfd.ioArgs);
+ return _doIt("DELETE", dfd); // dojo.Deferred
+ }
+
+ /*
+ dojo.wrapForm = function(formNode){
+ //summary:
+ // A replacement for FormBind, but not implemented yet.
+
+ // FIXME: need to think harder about what extensions to this we might
+ // want. What should we allow folks to do w/ this? What events to
+ // set/send?
+ throw new Error("dojo.wrapForm not yet implemented");
+ }
+ */
+})();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/_firebug/LICENSE b/media/dojo/_firebug/LICENSE
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+License Disclaimer:
+
+All contents of this directory are Copyright (c) the Dojo Foundation, with the
+following exceptions:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+firebug.html, firebug.js, errIcon.png, infoIcon.png, warningIcon.png:
+ * Copyright (c) 2006-2007, Joe Hewitt, All rights reserved.
+ Distributed under the terms of the BSD License (see below)
+
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+Copyright (c) 2006-2007, Joe Hewitt
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+ * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+ list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+ * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+ this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+ and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+ * Neither the name of the Dojo Foundation nor the names of its contributors
+ may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
+ without specific prior written permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
+ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
+DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
+FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
+DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
+SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
+CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
+OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE
+OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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+.firebug {
+ margin: 0;
+ background:#fff;
+ font-family: Lucida Grande, Tahoma, sans-serif;
+ font-size: 11px;
+ overflow: hidden;
+ border: 1px solid black;
+ position: relative;
+}
+
+.firebug a {
+ text-decoration: none;
+}
+
+.firebug a:hover {
+ text-decoration: underline;
+}
+.firebug a:visited{
+ color:#0000FF;
+}
+.firebug #firebugToolbar {
+ height: 14px;
+ border-top: 1px solid ThreeDHighlight;
+ border-bottom: 1px solid ThreeDShadow;
+ padding: 2px 6px;
+ background: ThreeDFace;
+}
+
+.firebug .firebugToolbarRight {
+ position: absolute;
+ top: 4px;
+ right: 6px;
+}
+
+.firebug #firebugLog, .firebug #objectLog {
+ overflow: auto;
+ position: absolute;
+ left: 0;
+ width: 100%;
+}
+#objectLog{
+ overflow:scroll;
+ height:258px;
+}
+.firebug #firebugCommandLine {
+ position: absolute;
+ bottom: 0;
+ left: 0;
+ width: 100%;
+ height: 18px;
+ border: none;
+ border-top: 1px solid ThreeDShadow;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .logRow {
+ position: relative;
+ border-bottom: 1px solid #D7D7D7;
+ padding: 2px 4px 1px 6px;
+ background-color: #FFFFFF;
+}
+
+.firebug .logRow-command {
+ font-family: Monaco, monospace;
+ color: blue;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-null {
+ padding: 0 2px;
+ border: 1px solid #666666;
+ background-color: #888888;
+ color: #FFFFFF;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-string {
+ font-family: Monaco, monospace;
+ color: red;
+ white-space: pre;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-number {
+ color: #000088;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-function {
+ font-family: Monaco, monospace;
+ color: DarkGreen;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-object {
+ color: DarkGreen;
+ font-weight: bold;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .logRow-info,
+.firebug .logRow-error,
+.firebug .logRow-warning
+ {
+ background: #00FFFF no-repeat 2px 2px;
+ padding-left: 20px;
+ padding-bottom: 3px;
+}
+
+.firebug .logRow-info {
+ background: #FFF url(infoIcon.png) no-repeat 2px 2px;
+ padding-left: 20px;
+ padding-bottom: 3px;
+}
+
+.firebug .logRow-warning {
+
+ background: #00FFFF url(warningIcon.png) no-repeat 2px 2px;
+ padding-left: 20px;
+ padding-bottom: 3px;
+}
+
+.firebug .logRow-error {
+
+ background: LightYellow url(errorIcon.png) no-repeat 2px 2px;
+ padding-left: 20px;
+ padding-bottom: 3px;
+}
+
+.firebug .errorMessage {
+ vertical-align: top;
+ color: #FF0000;
+}
+
+.firebug .objectBox-sourceLink {
+ position: absolute;
+ right: 4px;
+ top: 2px;
+ padding-left: 8px;
+ font-family: Lucida Grande, sans-serif;
+ font-weight: bold;
+ color: #0000FF;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .logRow-group {
+ background: #EEEEEE;
+ border-bottom: none;
+}
+
+.firebug .logGroup {
+ background: #EEEEEE;
+}
+
+.firebug .logGroupBox {
+ margin-left: 24px;
+ border-top: 1px solid #D7D7D7;
+ border-left: 1px solid #D7D7D7;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .selectorTag,
+.firebug .selectorId,
+.firebug .selectorClass {
+ font-family: Monaco, monospace;
+ font-weight: normal;
+}
+
+.firebug .selectorTag {
+ color: #0000FF;
+}
+
+.firebug .selectorId {
+ color: DarkBlue;
+}
+
+.firebug .selectorClass {
+ color: red;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .objectBox-element {
+ font-family: Monaco, monospace;
+ color: #000088;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeChildren {
+ margin-left: 16px;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeTag {
+ color: blue;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeValue {
+ color: #FF0000;
+ font-weight: normal;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeText,
+.firebug .nodeComment {
+ margin: 0 2px;
+ vertical-align: top;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeText {
+ color: #333333;
+}
+
+.firebug .nodeComment {
+ color: DarkGreen;
+}
+
+/************************************************************************************************/
+
+.firebug .propertyNameCell {
+ vertical-align: top;
+}
+
+.firebug .propertyName {
+ font-weight: bold;
+} \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/_firebug/firebug.js b/media/dojo/_firebug/firebug.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..28c8bf0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/_firebug/firebug.js
@@ -0,0 +1,911 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo._firebug.firebug"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo._firebug.firebug"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo._firebug.firebug");
+
+dojo.deprecated = function(/*String*/ behaviour, /*String?*/ extra, /*String?*/ removal){
+ // summary:
+ // Log a debug message to indicate that a behavior has been
+ // deprecated.
+ // extra: Text to append to the message.
+ // removal:
+ // Text to indicate when in the future the behavior will be removed.
+ var message = "DEPRECATED: " + behaviour;
+ if(extra){ message += " " + extra; }
+ if(removal){ message += " -- will be removed in version: " + removal; }
+ console.debug(message);
+}
+
+dojo.experimental = function(/* String */ moduleName, /* String? */ extra){
+ // summary: Marks code as experimental.
+ // description:
+ // This can be used to mark a function, file, or module as
+ // experimental. Experimental code is not ready to be used, and the
+ // APIs are subject to change without notice. Experimental code may be
+ // completed deleted without going through the normal deprecation
+ // process.
+ // moduleName:
+ // The name of a module, or the name of a module file or a specific
+ // function
+ // extra:
+ // some additional message for the user
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.experimental("dojo.data.Result");
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.experimental("dojo.weather.toKelvin()", "PENDING approval from NOAA");
+ var message = "EXPERIMENTAL: " + moduleName + " -- APIs subject to change without notice.";
+ if(extra){ message += " " + extra; }
+ console.debug(message);
+}
+
+// FIREBUG LITE
+ // summary: Firebug Lite, the baby brother to Joe Hewitt's Firebug for Mozilla Firefox
+ // description:
+ // Opens a console for logging, debugging, and error messages.
+ // Contains partial functionality to Firebug. See function list below.
+ // NOTE:
+ // Firebug is a Firefox extension created by Joe Hewitt (see license). You do not need Dojo to run Firebug.
+ // Firebug Lite is included in Dojo by permission from Joe Hewitt
+ // If you are new to Firebug, or used to the Dojo 0.4 dojo.debug, you can learn Firebug
+ // functionality by reading the function comments below or visiting http://www.getfirebug.com/docs.html
+ // NOTE:
+ // To test Firebug Lite in Firefox, set console = null;
+ //
+ // example:
+ // Supports inline objects in object inspector window (only simple trace of dom nodes, however)
+ // | console.log("my object", {foo:"bar"})
+ // example:
+ // Option for console to open in popup window
+ // | var djConfig = {isDebug: true, popup:true };
+ // example:
+ // Option for console height (ignored for popup)
+ // | var djConfig = {isDebug: true, debugHeight:100 };
+
+if(
+ (
+ (!("console" in window)) ||
+ (!("firebug" in console))
+ )&&
+ (
+ (djConfig["noFirebugLite"] !== true)
+ )
+){
+(function(){
+ // don't build a firebug frame in iframes
+ try{
+ if(window != window.parent){
+ // but if we've got a parent logger, connect to it
+ if(window.parent["console"]){
+ window.console = window.parent.console;
+ }
+ return;
+ }
+ }catch(e){}
+
+ window.console = {
+ log: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends arguments to console.
+ logFormatted(arguments, "");
+ },
+
+ debug: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends arguments to console. Missing finctionality to show script line of trace.
+ logFormatted(arguments, "debug");
+ },
+
+ info: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends arguments to console, highlighted with (I) icon.
+ logFormatted(arguments, "info");
+ },
+
+ warn: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends warning arguments to console, highlighted with (!) icon and blue style.
+ logFormatted(arguments, "warning");
+ },
+
+ error: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Sends error arguments (object) to console, highlighted with (X) icon and yellow style
+ // NEW: error object now displays in object inspector
+ logFormatted(arguments, "error");
+ },
+
+ assert: function(truth, message){
+ // summary:
+ // Tests for true. Throws exception if false.
+ if(!truth){
+ var args = [];
+ for(var i = 1; i < arguments.length; ++i){
+ args.push(arguments[i]);
+ }
+
+ logFormatted(args.length ? args : ["Assertion Failure"], "error");
+ throw message ? message : "Assertion Failure";
+ }
+ },
+
+ dir: function(object){
+ // summary:
+ // Traces object. Only partially implemented.
+ var html = [];
+
+ var pairs = [];
+ for(var name in object){
+ try{
+ pairs.push([name, object[name]]);
+ }catch(e){
+ /* squelch */
+ }
+ }
+
+ pairs.sort(function(a, b){
+ return a[0] < b[0] ? -1 : 1;
+ });
+
+ html.push('<table>');
+ for(var i = 0; i < pairs.length; ++i){
+ var name = pairs[i][0], value = pairs[i][1];
+
+ html.push('<tr>',
+ '<td class="propertyNameCell"><span class="propertyName">',
+ escapeHTML(name), '</span></td>', '<td><span class="propertyValue">');
+ appendObject(value, html);
+ html.push('</span></td></tr>');
+ }
+ html.push('</table>');
+
+ logRow(html, "dir");
+ },
+
+ dirxml: function(node){
+ // summary:
+ //
+ var html = [];
+
+ appendNode(node, html);
+ logRow(html, "dirxml");
+ },
+
+ group: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // collects log messages into a group, starting with this call and ending with
+ // groupEnd(). Missing collapse functionality
+ logRow(arguments, "group", pushGroup);
+ },
+
+ groupEnd: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Closes group. See above
+ logRow(arguments, "", popGroup);
+ },
+
+ time: function(name){
+ // summary:
+ // Starts timers assigned to name given in argument. Timer stops and displays on timeEnd(title);
+ // example:
+ // | console.time("load");
+ // | console.time("myFunction");
+ // | console.timeEnd("load");
+ // | console.timeEnd("myFunction");
+ timeMap[name] = (new Date()).getTime();
+ },
+
+ timeEnd: function(name){
+ // summary:
+ // See above.
+ if(name in timeMap){
+ var delta = (new Date()).getTime() - timeMap[name];
+ logFormatted([name+ ":", delta+"ms"]);
+ delete timeMap[name];
+ }
+ },
+
+ count: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Not supported
+ this.warn(["count() not supported."]);
+ },
+
+ trace: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Not supported
+ this.warn(["trace() not supported."]);
+ },
+
+ profile: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Not supported
+ this.warn(["profile() not supported."]);
+ },
+
+ profileEnd: function(){ },
+
+ clear: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Clears message console. Do not call this directly
+ consoleBody.innerHTML = "";
+ },
+
+ open: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Opens message console. Do not call this directly
+ toggleConsole(true);
+ },
+
+ close: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Closes message console. Do not call this directly
+ if(frameVisible){
+ toggleConsole();
+ }
+ },
+ closeObjectInspector:function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Closes object inspector and opens message console. Do not call this directly
+ consoleObjectInspector.innerHTML = "";
+ consoleObjectInspector.style.display = "none";
+ consoleBody.style.display = "block";
+ }
+ };
+
+ // ***************************************************************************
+
+ // using global objects so they can be accessed
+ // most of the objects in this script are run anonomously
+ var _firebugDoc = document;
+ var _firebugWin = window;
+ var __consoleAnchorId__ = 0;
+
+ var consoleFrame = null;
+ var consoleBody = null;
+ var commandLine = null;
+
+ var frameVisible = false;
+ var messageQueue = [];
+ var groupStack = [];
+ var timeMap = {};
+
+ var clPrefix = ">>> ";
+
+ // ***************************************************************************
+
+ function toggleConsole(forceOpen){
+ frameVisible = forceOpen || !frameVisible;
+ if(consoleFrame){
+ consoleFrame.style.display = frameVisible ? "block" : "none";
+ }
+ }
+
+ function focusCommandLine(){
+ toggleConsole(true);
+ if(commandLine){
+ commandLine.focus();
+ }
+ }
+
+ openWin = function(){
+ var win = window.open("","_firebug","status=0,menubar=0,resizable=1,width=640,height=480,scrollbars=1,addressbar=0");
+ var newDoc=win.document;
+ HTMLstring='<html><head><title>Firebug Lite</title></head>\n';
+ HTMLstring+='<body bgColor="#CCCCCC">\n';
+ //Testing access to dojo from the popup window
+ /*HTMLstring+='<button onclick="(function(){ console.log(dojo.version.toString()); })()">Test Parent Dojo</button>\n';*/
+ HTMLstring+='<div id="fb"></div>';
+ HTMLstring+='</body></html>';
+
+
+ newDoc.write(HTMLstring);
+ newDoc.close();
+ return win;
+
+ }
+
+ function createFrame(){
+ if(consoleFrame){
+ return;
+ }
+
+ if(djConfig.popup){
+ _firebugWin = openWin();
+ _firebugDoc = _firebugWin.document;
+ djConfig.debugContainerId = 'fb';
+ var containerHeight = "100%";
+
+ // connecting popup
+ _firebugWin.console = window.console;
+ _firebugWin.dojo = window.dojo;
+
+ }else{
+ _firebugDoc = document;
+ var containerHeight = (djConfig.debugHeight) ? djConfig.debugHeight + "px" :"300px";
+ }
+
+ var styleElement = _firebugDoc.createElement("link");
+ styleElement.href = dojo.moduleUrl("dojo._firebug", "firebug.css");
+ styleElement.rel = "stylesheet";
+ styleElement.type = "text/css";
+ var styleParent = _firebugDoc.getElementsByTagName("head");
+ if(styleParent){
+ styleParent = styleParent[0];
+ }
+ if(!styleParent){
+ styleParent = _firebugDoc.getElementsByTagName("html")[0];
+ }
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ window.setTimeout(function(){ styleParent.appendChild(styleElement); }, 0);
+ }else{
+ styleParent.appendChild(styleElement);
+ }
+
+ if(typeof djConfig != "undefined" && djConfig["debugContainerId"]){
+ consoleFrame = _firebugDoc.getElementById(djConfig.debugContainerId);
+ }
+ if(!consoleFrame){
+ consoleFrame = _firebugDoc.createElement("div");
+ _firebugDoc.body.appendChild(consoleFrame);
+ }
+ consoleFrame.className += " firebug";
+ consoleFrame.style.height = containerHeight;
+ consoleFrame.style.display = (frameVisible ? "block" : "none");
+
+ var closeStr = (djConfig.popup) ? "" : ' <a href="#" onclick="console.close(); return false;">Close</a>';
+ consoleFrame.innerHTML =
+ '<div id="firebugToolbar">'
+ + ' <a href="#" onclick="console.clear(); return false;">Clear</a>'
+ + ' <span class="firebugToolbarRight">'
+ + closeStr
+ + ' </span>'
+ + '</div>'
+ + '<input type="text" id="firebugCommandLine">'
+ + '<div id="firebugLog"></div>'
+ + '<div id="objectLog" style="display:none;"></div>';
+
+
+ var toolbar = _firebugDoc.getElementById("firebugToolbar");
+ toolbar.onmousedown = onSplitterMouseDown;
+
+ commandLine = _firebugDoc.getElementById("firebugCommandLine");
+ addEvent(commandLine, "keydown", onCommandLineKeyDown);
+
+ addEvent(_firebugDoc, dojo.isIE || dojo.isSafari ? "keydown" : "keypress", onKeyDown);
+
+ consoleBody = _firebugDoc.getElementById("firebugLog");
+ consoleObjectInspector = _firebugDoc.getElementById("objectLog");
+
+ layout();
+ flush();
+ }
+
+ dojo.addOnLoad(createFrame);
+
+ function evalCommandLine(){
+ var text = commandLine.value;
+ commandLine.value = "";
+
+ logRow([clPrefix, text], "command");
+
+ var value;
+ try{
+ value = eval(text);
+ }catch(e){
+ console.debug(e);
+ /* squelch */
+ }
+
+ console.log(value);
+ }
+
+ function layout(){
+ var toolbar = consoleBody.ownerDocument.getElementById("firebugToolbar");
+ var height = consoleFrame.offsetHeight - (toolbar.offsetHeight + commandLine.offsetHeight);
+ consoleBody.style.top = toolbar.offsetHeight + "px";
+ consoleBody.style.height = height + "px";
+
+ commandLine.style.top = (consoleFrame.offsetHeight - commandLine.offsetHeight) + "px";
+ }
+
+ function logRow(message, className, handler){
+ if(consoleBody){
+ writeMessage(message, className, handler);
+ }else{
+ messageQueue.push([message, className, handler]);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function flush(){
+ var queue = messageQueue;
+ messageQueue = [];
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < queue.length; ++i){
+ writeMessage(queue[i][0], queue[i][1], queue[i][2]);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function writeMessage(message, className, handler){
+ var isScrolledToBottom =
+ consoleBody.scrollTop + consoleBody.offsetHeight >= consoleBody.scrollHeight;
+
+ handler = handler||writeRow;
+
+ handler(message, className);
+
+ if(isScrolledToBottom){
+ consoleBody.scrollTop = consoleBody.scrollHeight - consoleBody.offsetHeight;
+ }
+ }
+
+ function appendRow(row){
+ var container = groupStack.length ? groupStack[groupStack.length-1] : consoleBody;
+ container.appendChild(row);
+ }
+
+ function writeRow(message, className){
+ var row = consoleBody.ownerDocument.createElement("div");
+ row.className = "logRow" + (className ? " logRow-"+className : "");
+ row.innerHTML = message.join("");
+ appendRow(row);
+ }
+
+ function pushGroup(message, className){
+ logFormatted(message, className);
+
+ var groupRow = consoleBody.ownerDocument.createElement("div");
+ groupRow.className = "logGroup";
+ var groupRowBox = consoleBody.ownerDocument.createElement("div");
+ groupRowBox.className = "logGroupBox";
+ groupRow.appendChild(groupRowBox);
+ appendRow(groupRowBox);
+ groupStack.push(groupRowBox);
+ }
+
+ function popGroup(){
+ groupStack.pop();
+ }
+
+ // ***************************************************************************
+
+ function logFormatted(objects, className){
+ var html = [];
+
+ var format = objects[0];
+ var objIndex = 0;
+
+ if(typeof(format) != "string"){
+ format = "";
+ objIndex = -1;
+ }
+
+ var parts = parseFormat(format);
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < parts.length; ++i){
+ var part = parts[i];
+ if(part && typeof(part) == "object"){
+ var object = objects[++objIndex];
+ part.appender(object, html);
+ }else{
+ appendText(part, html);
+ }
+ }
+
+
+ var ids = [];
+ var obs = [];
+ for(var i = objIndex+1; i < objects.length; ++i){
+ appendText(" ", html);
+
+ var object = objects[i];
+ if(!object){ continue; }
+ if(typeof(object) == "string"){
+ appendText(object, html);
+
+ }else if(object.nodeType == 1){
+ // simple tracing of dom nodes
+ appendText("< "+object.tagName+" id=\""+ object.id+"\" />", html);
+
+ }else{
+ // Create link for object inspector
+ // need to create an ID for this link, since it is currently text
+ var id = "_a" + __consoleAnchorId__++;
+ ids.push(id);
+ // need to save the object, so the arrays line up
+ obs.push(object)
+ var str = '<a id="'+id+'" href="javascript:void(0);">'+getObjectAbbr(object)+'</a>';
+
+ appendLink( str , html);
+ }
+ }
+
+ logRow(html, className);
+
+ // Now that the row is inserted in the DOM, loop through all of the links that were just created
+ for(var i=0; i<ids.length; i++){
+ var btn = _firebugDoc.getElementById(ids[i]);
+ if(!btn){ continue; }
+
+ // store the object in the dom btn for reference later
+ // avoid parsing these objects unless necessary
+ btn.obj = obs[i];
+
+ dojo.connect(btn, "onclick", function(){
+ // hide rows
+ consoleBody.style.display = "none";
+ consoleObjectInspector.style.display = "block";
+ // create a back button
+ var bkBtn = '<a href="javascript:console.closeObjectInspector();">&nbsp;<<&nbsp;Back</a>';
+ consoleObjectInspector.innerHTML = bkBtn + "<pre>" + printObject( this.obj ) + "</pre>";
+
+ })
+
+ }
+ }
+
+ function parseFormat(format){
+ var parts = [];
+
+ var reg = /((^%|[^\\]%)(\d+)?(\.)([a-zA-Z]))|((^%|[^\\]%)([a-zA-Z]))/;
+ var appenderMap = {s: appendText, d: appendInteger, i: appendInteger, f: appendFloat};
+
+ for(var m = reg.exec(format); m; m = reg.exec(format)){
+ var type = m[8] ? m[8] : m[5];
+ var appender = type in appenderMap ? appenderMap[type] : appendObject;
+ var precision = m[3] ? parseInt(m[3]) : (m[4] == "." ? -1 : 0);
+
+ parts.push(format.substr(0, m[0][0] == "%" ? m.index : m.index+1));
+ parts.push({appender: appender, precision: precision});
+
+ format = format.substr(m.index+m[0].length);
+ }
+
+ parts.push(format);
+
+ return parts;
+ }
+
+ function escapeHTML(value){
+ function replaceChars(ch){
+ switch(ch){
+ case "<":
+ return "&lt;";
+ case ">":
+ return "&gt;";
+ case "&":
+ return "&amp;";
+ case "'":
+ return "&#39;";
+ case '"':
+ return "&quot;";
+ }
+ return "?";
+ };
+ return String(value).replace(/[<>&"']/g, replaceChars);
+ }
+
+ function objectToString(object){
+ try{
+ return object+"";
+ }catch(e){
+ return null;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // ***************************************************************************
+ function appendLink(object, html){
+ // needed for object links - no HTML escaping
+ html.push( objectToString(object) );
+ }
+
+ function appendText(object, html){
+ html.push(escapeHTML(objectToString(object)));
+ }
+
+ function appendNull(object, html){
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-null">', escapeHTML(objectToString(object)), '</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendString(object, html){
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-string">&quot;', escapeHTML(objectToString(object)),
+ '&quot;</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendInteger(object, html){
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-number">', escapeHTML(objectToString(object)), '</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendFloat(object, html){
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-number">', escapeHTML(objectToString(object)), '</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendFunction(object, html){
+ var reName = /function ?(.*?)\(/;
+ var m = reName.exec(objectToString(object));
+ var name = m ? m[1] : "function";
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-function">', escapeHTML(name), '()</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendObject(object, html){
+ try{
+ if(object == undefined){
+ appendNull("undefined", html);
+ }else if(object == null){
+ appendNull("null", html);
+ }else if(typeof object == "string"){
+ appendString(object, html);
+ }else if(typeof object == "number"){
+ appendInteger(object, html);
+ }else if(typeof object == "function"){
+ appendFunction(object, html);
+ }else if(object.nodeType == 1){
+ appendSelector(object, html);
+ }else if(typeof object == "object"){
+ appendObjectFormatted(object, html);
+ }else{
+ appendText(object, html);
+ }
+ }catch(e){
+ /* squelch */
+ }
+ }
+
+ function appendObjectFormatted(object, html){
+ var text = objectToString(object);
+ var reObject = /\[object (.*?)\]/;
+
+ var m = reObject.exec(text);
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-object">', m ? m[1] : text, '</span>')
+ }
+
+ function appendSelector(object, html){
+ html.push('<span class="objectBox-selector">');
+
+ html.push('<span class="selectorTag">', escapeHTML(object.nodeName.toLowerCase()), '</span>');
+ if(object.id){
+ html.push('<span class="selectorId">#', escapeHTML(object.id), '</span>');
+ }
+ if(object.className){
+ html.push('<span class="selectorClass">.', escapeHTML(object.className), '</span>');
+ }
+
+ html.push('</span>');
+ }
+
+ function appendNode(node, html){
+ if(node.nodeType == 1){
+ html.push(
+ '<div class="objectBox-element">',
+ '&lt;<span class="nodeTag">', node.nodeName.toLowerCase(), '</span>');
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < node.attributes.length; ++i){
+ var attr = node.attributes[i];
+ if(!attr.specified){ continue; }
+
+ html.push('&nbsp;<span class="nodeName">', attr.nodeName.toLowerCase(),
+ '</span>=&quot;<span class="nodeValue">', escapeHTML(attr.nodeValue),
+ '</span>&quot;')
+ }
+
+ if(node.firstChild){
+ html.push('&gt;</div><div class="nodeChildren">');
+
+ for(var child = node.firstChild; child; child = child.nextSibling){
+ appendNode(child, html);
+ }
+
+ html.push('</div><div class="objectBox-element">&lt;/<span class="nodeTag">',
+ node.nodeName.toLowerCase(), '&gt;</span></div>');
+ }else{
+ html.push('/&gt;</div>');
+ }
+ }else if (node.nodeType == 3){
+ html.push('<div class="nodeText">', escapeHTML(node.nodeValue),
+ '</div>');
+ }
+ }
+
+ // ***************************************************************************
+
+ function addEvent(object, name, handler){
+ if(document.all){
+ object.attachEvent("on"+name, handler);
+ }else{
+ object.addEventListener(name, handler, false);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function removeEvent(object, name, handler){
+ if(document.all){
+ object.detachEvent("on"+name, handler);
+ }else{
+ object.removeEventListener(name, handler, false);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function cancelEvent(event){
+ if(document.all){
+ event.cancelBubble = true;
+ }else{
+ event.stopPropagation();
+ }
+ }
+
+ function onError(msg, href, lineNo){
+ var html = [];
+
+ var lastSlash = href.lastIndexOf("/");
+ var fileName = lastSlash == -1 ? href : href.substr(lastSlash+1);
+
+ html.push(
+ '<span class="errorMessage">', msg, '</span>',
+ '<div class="objectBox-sourceLink">', fileName, ' (line ', lineNo, ')</div>'
+ );
+
+ logRow(html, "error");
+ };
+
+
+ //After converting to div instead of iframe, now getting two keydowns right away in IE 6.
+ //Make sure there is a little bit of delay.
+ var onKeyDownTime = (new Date()).getTime();
+
+ function onKeyDown(event){
+ var timestamp = (new Date()).getTime();
+ if(timestamp > onKeyDownTime + 200){
+ var event = dojo.fixEvent(event);
+ var keys = dojo.keys;
+ var ekc = event.keyCode;
+ onKeyDownTime = timestamp;
+ if(ekc == keys.F12){
+ toggleConsole();
+ }else if(
+ (ekc == keys.NUMPAD_ENTER || ekc == 76) &&
+ event.shiftKey &&
+ (event.metaKey || event.ctrlKey)
+ ){
+ focusCommandLine();
+ }else{
+ return;
+ }
+ cancelEvent(event);
+ }
+ }
+
+
+ function onSplitterMouseDown(event){
+ if(dojo.isSafari || dojo.isOpera){
+ return;
+ }
+
+ addEvent(document, "mousemove", onSplitterMouseMove);
+ addEvent(document, "mouseup", onSplitterMouseUp);
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < frames.length; ++i){
+ addEvent(frames[i].document, "mousemove", onSplitterMouseMove);
+ addEvent(frames[i].document, "mouseup", onSplitterMouseUp);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function onSplitterMouseMove(event){
+ var win = document.all
+ ? event.srcElement.ownerDocument.parentWindow
+ : event.target.ownerDocument.defaultView;
+
+ var clientY = event.clientY;
+ if(win != win.parent){
+ clientY += win.frameElement ? win.frameElement.offsetTop : 0;
+ }
+
+ var height = consoleFrame.offsetTop + consoleFrame.clientHeight;
+ var y = height - clientY;
+
+ consoleFrame.style.height = y + "px";
+ layout();
+ }
+
+ function onSplitterMouseUp(event){
+ removeEvent(document, "mousemove", onSplitterMouseMove);
+ removeEvent(document, "mouseup", onSplitterMouseUp);
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < frames.length; ++i){
+ removeEvent(frames[i].document, "mousemove", onSplitterMouseMove);
+ removeEvent(frames[i].document, "mouseup", onSplitterMouseUp);
+ }
+ }
+
+ function onCommandLineKeyDown(event){
+ if(event.keyCode == 13){
+ evalCommandLine();
+ }else if(event.keyCode == 27){
+ commandLine.value = "";
+ }
+ }
+ //***************************************************************************************************
+ // Print Object Helpers
+ getAtts = function(o){
+ //Get amount of items in an object
+ if(dojo.isArray(o)) {
+ return "[array with " + o.length + " slots]";
+ }else{
+ var i = 0;
+ for(var nm in o){
+ i++;
+ }
+ return "{object with " + i + " items}";
+ }
+ }
+
+ printObject = function(o, i, txt){
+
+ // Recursively trace object, indenting to represent depth for display in object inspector
+ // TODO: counter to prevent overly complex or looped objects (will probably help with dom nodes)
+ var br = "\n"; // using a <pre>... otherwise we'd need a <br />
+ var ind = " ";
+ txt = (txt) ? txt : "";
+ i = (i) ? i : ind;
+ for(var nm in o){
+ if(typeof(o[nm]) == "object"){
+ txt += i+nm +" -> " + getAtts(o[nm]) + br;
+ txt += printObject(o[nm], i+ind);
+ }else{
+ txt += i+nm +" : "+o[nm] + br;
+ }
+ }
+ return txt;
+ }
+
+
+ getObjectAbbr = function(obj){
+ // Gets an abbreviation of an object for display in log
+ // X items in object, including id
+ // X items in an array
+ // TODO: Firebug Sr. actually goes by char count
+ var isError = (obj instanceof Error);
+ var nm = obj.id || obj.name || obj.ObjectID || obj.widgetId;
+ if(!isError && nm){ return "{"+nm+"}"; }
+
+ var obCnt = 2;
+ var arCnt = 4;
+ var cnt = 0;
+
+ if(isError){
+ nm = "[ Error: "+(obj["message"]||obj["description"]||obj)+" ]";
+ }else if(dojo.isArray(obj)){
+ nm ="[";
+ for(var i=0;i<obj.length;i++){
+ nm+=obj[i]+","
+ if(i>arCnt){
+ nm+=" ... ("+obj.length+" items)";
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ nm+="]";
+ }else if((!dojo.isObject(obj))||dojo.isString(obj)){
+ nm = obj+"";
+ }else{
+ nm = "{";
+ for(var i in obj){
+ cnt++
+ if(cnt > obCnt) break;
+ nm += i+"="+obj[i]+" ";
+ }
+ nm+="}"
+ }
+
+ return nm;
+ }
+
+ //*************************************************************************************
+
+ window.onerror = onError;
+ addEvent(document, dojo.isIE || dojo.isSafari ? "keydown" : "keypress", onKeyDown);
+
+ if( (document.documentElement.getAttribute("debug") == "true")||
+ (djConfig.isDebug)
+ ){
+ toggleConsole(true);
+ }
+})();
+}
+
+}
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diff --git a/media/dojo/_firebug/warningIcon.png b/media/dojo/_firebug/warningIcon.png
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diff --git a/media/dojo/back.js b/media/dojo/back.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b652da9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/back.js
@@ -0,0 +1,389 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.back"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.back"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.back");
+
+(function() {
+
+ var back = dojo.back;
+
+ // everyone deals with encoding the hash slightly differently
+
+ function getHash(){
+ var h = window.location.hash;
+ if(h.charAt(0) == "#") { h = h.substring(1); }
+ return dojo.isMozilla ? h : decodeURIComponent(h);
+ }
+
+ function setHash(h){
+ if(!h) { h = "" };
+ window.location.hash = encodeURIComponent(h);
+ historyCounter = history.length;
+ }
+
+ // if we're in the test for these methods, expose them on dojo.back. ok'd with alex.
+ if(dojo.exists("tests.back-hash")){
+ back.getHash = getHash;
+ back.setHash = setHash;
+ }
+
+ var initialHref = (typeof(window) !== "undefined") ? window.location.href : "";
+ var initialHash = (typeof(window) !== "undefined") ? getHash() : "";
+ var initialState = null;
+
+ var locationTimer = null;
+ var bookmarkAnchor = null;
+ var historyIframe = null;
+ var forwardStack = [];
+ var historyStack = [];
+ var moveForward = false;
+ var changingUrl = false;
+ var historyCounter;
+
+ function handleBackButton(){
+ //summary: private method. Do not call this directly.
+
+ //The "current" page is always at the top of the history stack.
+ //console.debug("handlingBackButton");
+ var current = historyStack.pop();
+ if(!current){ return; }
+ var last = historyStack[historyStack.length-1];
+ if(!last && historyStack.length == 0){
+ last = initialState;
+ }
+ if(last){
+ if(last.kwArgs["back"]){
+ last.kwArgs["back"]();
+ }else if(last.kwArgs["backButton"]){
+ last.kwArgs["backButton"]();
+ }else if(last.kwArgs["handle"]){
+ last.kwArgs.handle("back");
+ }
+ }
+ forwardStack.push(current);
+ //console.debug("done handling back");
+ }
+
+ back.goBack = handleBackButton;
+
+ function handleForwardButton(){
+ //summary: private method. Do not call this directly.
+ //console.debug("handling forward");
+ var last = forwardStack.pop();
+ if(!last){ return; }
+ if(last.kwArgs["forward"]){
+ last.kwArgs.forward();
+ }else if(last.kwArgs["forwardButton"]){
+ last.kwArgs.forwardButton();
+ }else if(last.kwArgs["handle"]){
+ last.kwArgs.handle("forward");
+ }
+ historyStack.push(last);
+ //console.debug("done handling forward");
+ }
+
+ back.goForward = handleForwardButton;
+
+ function createState(url, args, hash){
+ //summary: private method. Do not call this directly.
+ return {"url": url, "kwArgs": args, "urlHash": hash}; //Object
+ }
+
+ function getUrlQuery(url){
+ //summary: private method. Do not call this directly.
+ var segments = url.split("?");
+ if (segments.length < 2){
+ return null; //null
+ }
+ else{
+ return segments[1]; //String
+ }
+ }
+
+ function loadIframeHistory(){
+ //summary: private method. Do not call this directly.
+ var url = (djConfig["dojoIframeHistoryUrl"] || dojo.moduleUrl("dojo", "resources/iframe_history.html")) + "?" + (new Date()).getTime();
+ moveForward = true;
+ if (historyIframe) {
+ (dojo.isSafari) ? historyIframe.location = url : window.frames[historyIframe.name].location = url;
+ } else {
+ //console.warn("dojo.back: Not initialised. You need to call dojo.back.init() from a <script> block that lives inside the <body> tag.");
+ }
+ return url; //String
+ }
+
+ function checkLocation(){
+ //console.debug("checking url");
+ if(!changingUrl){
+ var hsl = historyStack.length;
+
+ var hash = getHash();
+
+ if((hash === initialHash||window.location.href == initialHref)&&(hsl == 1)){
+ // FIXME: could this ever be a forward button?
+ // we can't clear it because we still need to check for forwards. Ugg.
+ // clearInterval(this.locationTimer);
+ handleBackButton();
+ return;
+ }
+
+ // first check to see if we could have gone forward. We always halt on
+ // a no-hash item.
+ if(forwardStack.length > 0){
+ if(forwardStack[forwardStack.length-1].urlHash === hash){
+ handleForwardButton();
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // ok, that didn't work, try someplace back in the history stack
+ if((hsl >= 2)&&(historyStack[hsl-2])){
+ if(historyStack[hsl-2].urlHash === hash){
+ handleBackButton();
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(dojo.isSafari && dojo.isSafari < 3){
+ var hisLen = history.length;
+ if(hisLen > historyCounter) handleForwardButton();
+ else if(hisLen < historyCounter) handleBackButton();
+ historyCounter = hisLen;
+ }
+ }
+ //console.debug("done checking");
+ };
+
+ back.init = function(){
+ //summary: Initializes the undo stack. This must be called from a <script>
+ // block that lives inside the <body> tag to prevent bugs on IE.
+ if(dojo.byId("dj_history")){ return; } // prevent reinit
+ var src = djConfig["dojoIframeHistoryUrl"] || dojo.moduleUrl("dojo", "resources/iframe_history.html");
+ document.write('<iframe style="border:0;width:1px;height:1px;position:absolute;visibility:hidden;bottom:0;right:0;" name="dj_history" id="dj_history" src="' + src + '"></iframe>');
+ };
+
+ back.setInitialState = function(/*Object*/args){
+ //summary:
+ // Sets the state object and back callback for the very first page
+ // that is loaded.
+ //description:
+ // It is recommended that you call this method as part of an event
+ // listener that is registered via dojo.addOnLoad().
+ //args: Object
+ // See the addToHistory() function for the list of valid args properties.
+ initialState = createState(initialHref, args, initialHash);
+ };
+
+ //FIXME: Make these doc comments not be awful. At least they're not wrong.
+ //FIXME: Would like to support arbitrary back/forward jumps. Have to rework iframeLoaded among other things.
+ //FIXME: is there a slight race condition in moz using change URL with the timer check and when
+ // the hash gets set? I think I have seen a back/forward call in quick succession, but not consistent.
+
+
+ /*=====
+ dojo.__backArgs = function(kwArgs){
+ // back: Function?
+ // A function to be called when this state is reached via the user
+ // clicking the back button.
+ // forward: Function?
+ // Upon return to this state from the "back, forward" combination
+ // of navigation steps, this function will be called. Somewhat
+ // analgous to the semantic of an "onRedo" event handler.
+ // changeUrl: Boolean?|String?
+ // Boolean indicating whether or not to create a unique hash for
+ // this state. If a string is passed instead, it is used as the
+ // hash.
+ }
+ =====*/
+
+ back.addToHistory = function(/*dojo.__backArgs*/ args){
+ // summary:
+ // adds a state object (args) to the history list.
+ // description:
+ // To support getting back button notifications, the object
+ // argument should implement a function called either "back",
+ // "backButton", or "handle". The string "back" will be passed as
+ // the first and only argument to this callback.
+ //
+ // To support getting forward button notifications, the object
+ // argument should implement a function called either "forward",
+ // "forwardButton", or "handle". The string "forward" will be
+ // passed as the first and only argument to this callback.
+ //
+ // If you want the browser location string to change, define "changeUrl" on the object. If the
+ // value of "changeUrl" is true, then a unique number will be appended to the URL as a fragment
+ // identifier (http://some.domain.com/path#uniquenumber). If it is any other value that does
+ // not evaluate to false, that value will be used as the fragment identifier. For example,
+ // if changeUrl: 'page1', then the URL will look like: http://some.domain.com/path#page1
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | dojo.back.addToHistory({
+ // | back: function(){ console.debug('back pressed'); },
+ // | forward: function(){ console.debug('forward pressed'); },
+ // | changeUrl: true
+ // | });
+
+ // BROWSER NOTES:
+ // Safari 1.2:
+ // back button "works" fine, however it's not possible to actually
+ // DETECT that you've moved backwards by inspecting window.location.
+ // Unless there is some other means of locating.
+ // FIXME: perhaps we can poll on history.length?
+ // Safari 2.0.3+ (and probably 1.3.2+):
+ // works fine, except when changeUrl is used. When changeUrl is used,
+ // Safari jumps all the way back to whatever page was shown before
+ // the page that uses dojo.undo.browser support.
+ // IE 5.5 SP2:
+ // back button behavior is macro. It does not move back to the
+ // previous hash value, but to the last full page load. This suggests
+ // that the iframe is the correct way to capture the back button in
+ // these cases.
+ // Don't test this page using local disk for MSIE. MSIE will not create
+ // a history list for iframe_history.html if served from a file: URL.
+ // The XML served back from the XHR tests will also not be properly
+ // created if served from local disk. Serve the test pages from a web
+ // server to test in that browser.
+ // IE 6.0:
+ // same behavior as IE 5.5 SP2
+ // Firefox 1.0+:
+ // the back button will return us to the previous hash on the same
+ // page, thereby not requiring an iframe hack, although we do then
+ // need to run a timer to detect inter-page movement.
+
+ //If addToHistory is called, then that means we prune the
+ //forward stack -- the user went back, then wanted to
+ //start a new forward path.
+ forwardStack = [];
+
+ var hash = null;
+ var url = null;
+ if(!historyIframe){
+ if(djConfig["useXDomain"] && !djConfig["dojoIframeHistoryUrl"]){
+ console.debug("dojo.back: When using cross-domain Dojo builds,"
+ + " please save iframe_history.html to your domain and set djConfig.dojoIframeHistoryUrl"
+ + " to the path on your domain to iframe_history.html");
+ }
+ historyIframe = window.frames["dj_history"];
+ }
+ if(!bookmarkAnchor){
+ bookmarkAnchor = document.createElement("a");
+ dojo.body().appendChild(bookmarkAnchor);
+ bookmarkAnchor.style.display = "none";
+ }
+ if(args["changeUrl"]){
+ hash = ""+ ((args["changeUrl"]!==true) ? args["changeUrl"] : (new Date()).getTime());
+
+ //If the current hash matches the new one, just replace the history object with
+ //this new one. It doesn't make sense to track different state objects for the same
+ //logical URL. This matches the browser behavior of only putting in one history
+ //item no matter how many times you click on the same #hash link, at least in Firefox
+ //and Safari, and there is no reliable way in those browsers to know if a #hash link
+ //has been clicked on multiple times. So making this the standard behavior in all browsers
+ //so that dojo.back's behavior is the same in all browsers.
+ if(historyStack.length == 0 && initialState.urlHash == hash){
+ initialState = createState(url, args, hash);
+ return;
+ }else if(historyStack.length > 0 && historyStack[historyStack.length - 1].urlHash == hash){
+ historyStack[historyStack.length - 1] = createState(url, args, hash);
+ return;
+ }
+
+ changingUrl = true;
+ setTimeout(function() {
+ setHash(hash);
+ changingUrl = false;
+ }, 1);
+ bookmarkAnchor.href = hash;
+
+ if(dojo.isIE){
+ url = loadIframeHistory();
+
+ var oldCB = args["back"]||args["backButton"]||args["handle"];
+
+ //The function takes handleName as a parameter, in case the
+ //callback we are overriding was "handle". In that case,
+ //we will need to pass the handle name to handle.
+ var tcb = function(handleName){
+ if(getHash() != ""){
+ setTimeout(function() { setHash(hash); }, 1);
+ }
+ //Use apply to set "this" to args, and to try to avoid memory leaks.
+ oldCB.apply(this, [handleName]);
+ };
+
+ //Set interceptor function in the right place.
+ if(args["back"]){
+ args.back = tcb;
+ }else if(args["backButton"]){
+ args.backButton = tcb;
+ }else if(args["handle"]){
+ args.handle = tcb;
+ }
+
+ var oldFW = args["forward"]||args["forwardButton"]||args["handle"];
+
+ //The function takes handleName as a parameter, in case the
+ //callback we are overriding was "handle". In that case,
+ //we will need to pass the handle name to handle.
+ var tfw = function(handleName){
+ if(getHash() != ""){
+ setHash(hash);
+ }
+ if(oldFW){ // we might not actually have one
+ //Use apply to set "this" to args, and to try to avoid memory leaks.
+ oldFW.apply(this, [handleName]);
+ }
+ };
+
+ //Set interceptor function in the right place.
+ if(args["forward"]){
+ args.forward = tfw;
+ }else if(args["forwardButton"]){
+ args.forwardButton = tfw;
+ }else if(args["handle"]){
+ args.handle = tfw;
+ }
+
+ }else if(!dojo.isIE){
+ // start the timer
+ if(!locationTimer){
+ locationTimer = setInterval(checkLocation, 200);
+ }
+
+ }
+ }else{
+ url = loadIframeHistory();
+ }
+
+ historyStack.push(createState(url, args, hash));
+ };
+
+ back._iframeLoaded = function(evt, ifrLoc){
+ //summary:
+ // private method. Do not call this directly.
+ var query = getUrlQuery(ifrLoc.href);
+ if(query == null){
+ // alert("iframeLoaded");
+ // we hit the end of the history, so we should go back
+ if(historyStack.length == 1){
+ handleBackButton();
+ }
+ return;
+ }
+ if(moveForward){
+ // we were expecting it, so it's not either a forward or backward movement
+ moveForward = false;
+ return;
+ }
+
+ //Check the back stack first, since it is more likely.
+ //Note that only one step back or forward is supported.
+ if(historyStack.length >= 2 && query == getUrlQuery(historyStack[historyStack.length-2].url)){
+ handleBackButton();
+ }
+ else if(forwardStack.length > 0 && query == getUrlQuery(forwardStack[forwardStack.length-1].url)){
+ handleForwardButton();
+ }
+ };
+ })();
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/behavior.js b/media/dojo/behavior.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..012f940
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/behavior.js
@@ -0,0 +1,185 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.behavior"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.behavior"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.behavior");
+
+dojo.behavior = new function(){
+ function arrIn(obj, name){
+ if(!obj[name]){ obj[name] = []; }
+ return obj[name];
+ }
+
+ var _inc = 0;
+
+ function forIn(obj, scope, func){
+ var tmpObj = {};
+ for(var x in obj){
+ if(typeof tmpObj[x] == "undefined"){
+ if(!func){
+ scope(obj[x], x);
+ }else{
+ func.call(scope, obj[x], x);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // FIXME: need a better test so we don't exclude nightly Safari's!
+ this._behaviors = {};
+ this.add = function(behaviorObj){
+ // summary:
+ // add the specified behavior to the list of behaviors which will
+ // be applied the next time apply() is called. Calls to add() for
+ // an already existing behavior do not replace the previous rules,
+ // but are instead additive. New nodes which match the rule will
+ // have all add()-ed behaviors applied to them when matched.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // behavior objects are specified in the following format(s):
+ //
+ // {
+ // "#id": {
+ // "found": function(element){
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // "onblah": {targetObj: foo, targetFunc: "bar"},
+ //
+ // "onblarg": "/foo/bar/baz/blarg",
+ //
+ // "onevent": function(evt){
+ // },
+ //
+ // "onotherevent: function(evt){
+ // // ...
+ // }
+ // },
+ //
+ // "#id2": {
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // "#id3": function(element){
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // // publish the match on a topic
+ // "#id4": "/found/topic/name",
+ //
+ // // match all direct descendants
+ // "#id4 > *": function(element){
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // // match the first child node that's an element
+ // "#id4 > :first-child": { ... },
+ //
+ // // match the last child node that's an element
+ // "#id4 > :last-child": { ... },
+ //
+ // // all elements of type tagname
+ // "tagname": {
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // "tagname1 tagname2 tagname3": {
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // ".classname": {
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ //
+ // "tagname.classname": {
+ // // ...
+ // },
+ // }
+ //
+ // The "found" method is a generalized handler that's called as soon
+ // as the node matches the selector. Rules for values that follow also
+ // apply to the "found" key.
+ //
+ // The "on*" handlers are attached with dojo.connect().
+ //
+ // If the value corresponding to the ID key is a function and not a
+ // list, it's treated as though it was the value of "found".
+
+ var tmpObj = {};
+ forIn(behaviorObj, this, function(behavior, name){
+ var tBehavior = arrIn(this._behaviors, name);
+ if(typeof tBehavior["id"] != "number"){
+ tBehavior.id = _inc++;
+ }
+ var cversion = [];
+ tBehavior.push(cversion);
+ if((dojo.isString(behavior))||(dojo.isFunction(behavior))){
+ behavior = { found: behavior };
+ }
+ forIn(behavior, function(rule, ruleName){
+ arrIn(cversion, ruleName).push(rule);
+ });
+ });
+ }
+
+ var _applyToNode = function(node, action, ruleSetName){
+ if(dojo.isString(action)){
+ if(ruleSetName == "found"){
+ dojo.publish(action, [ node ]);
+ }else{
+ dojo.connect(node, ruleSetName, function(){
+ dojo.publish(action, arguments);
+ });
+ }
+ }else if(dojo.isFunction(action)){
+ if(ruleSetName == "found"){
+ action(node);
+ }else{
+ dojo.connect(node, ruleSetName, action);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ this.apply = function(){
+ // summary:
+ // applies all currently registered behaviors to the document,
+ // taking care to ensure that only incremental updates are made
+ // since the last time add() or apply() were called. If new
+ // matching nodes have been added, all rules in a behavior will be
+ // applied to that node. For previously matched nodes, only
+ // behaviors which have been added since the last call to apply()
+ // will be added to the nodes.
+ forIn(this._behaviors, function(tBehavior, id){
+ dojo.query(id).forEach(
+ function(elem){
+ var runFrom = 0;
+ var bid = "_dj_behavior_"+tBehavior.id;
+ if(typeof elem[bid] == "number"){
+ runFrom = elem[bid];
+ // console.debug(bid, runFrom);
+ if(runFrom == (tBehavior.length)){
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+ // run through the versions, applying newer rules at each step
+
+ for(var x=runFrom, tver; tver = tBehavior[x]; x++){
+ // console.debug(tver);
+ forIn(tver, function(ruleSet, ruleSetName){
+ if(dojo.isArray(ruleSet)){
+ dojo.forEach(ruleSet, function(action){
+ _applyToNode(elem, action, ruleSetName);
+ });
+ }
+ });
+ }
+
+ // ensure that re-application only adds new rules to the node
+ elem[bid] = tBehavior.length;
+ }
+ );
+ });
+ }
+}
+
+dojo.addOnLoad(dojo.behavior, "apply");
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/build.txt b/media/dojo/build.txt
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+Files baked into this build:
+
+dojo.js:
+./jslib/dojoGuardStart.jsfrag
+./../../dojo/_base/_loader/bootstrap.js
+./../../dojo/_base/_loader/loader.js
+./../../dojo/_base/_loader/hostenv_browser.js
+./jslib/dojoGuardEnd.jsfrag
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/lang.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/declare.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/connect.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/Deferred.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/json.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/array.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/Color.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/window.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/event.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/html.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/NodeList.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/query.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/xhr.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/_base/fx.js
+
+../dijit/dijit.js:
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/focus.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/manager.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/place.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/window.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/popup.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/scroll.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/sniff.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/bidi.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/typematic.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base/wai.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_base.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/date/stamp.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/parser.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_Widget.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/string.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_Templated.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_Container.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/_LayoutWidget.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/_FormWidget.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/dijit.js
+
+../dijit/dijit-all.js:
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/colors.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/i18n.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/ColorPalette.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Declaration.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/dnd/common.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/dnd/autoscroll.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/dnd/Mover.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/dnd/Moveable.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/dnd/move.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/fx.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/ContentPane.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/Form.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Dialog.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_editor/selection.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_editor/RichText.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Toolbar.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/Button.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_editor/_Plugin.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Editor.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Menu.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/regexp.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/number.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/ProgressBar.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/TitlePane.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Tooltip.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/cookie.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/Tree.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/TextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/InlineEditBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/CheckBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/data/util/filter.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/data/util/sorter.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/data/util/simpleFetch.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/data/ItemFileReadStore.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/ValidationTextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/ComboBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/cldr/monetary.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/currency.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/NumberTextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/CurrencyTextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/cldr/supplemental.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/date.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojo/date/locale.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_Calendar.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/_TimePicker.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/TimeTextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/DateTextBox.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/FilteringSelect.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/_Spinner.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/NumberSpinner.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/Slider.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/form/Textarea.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/StackContainer.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/AccordionContainer.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/LayoutContainer.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/LinkPane.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/SplitContainer.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/layout/TabContainer.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dijit/dijit-all.js
+
+../dojox/off/offline.js:
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/storage/Provider.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/storage/manager.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/_sql/_crypto.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/_sql/common.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/sql.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/storage/GearsStorageProvider.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/storage/_common.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/storage.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off/files.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off/sync.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off/_common.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off/ui.js
+./../../release/dojo-release-1.0.2/dojox/off/offline.js
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/LICENSE b/media/dojo/cldr/LICENSE
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+UNICODE, INC. LICENSE AGREEMENT - DATA FILES AND SOFTWARE
+
+Unicode Data Files include all data files under the directories http://www.unicode.org/Public/, http://www.unicode.org/reports/,
+and http://www.unicode.org/cldr/data/ . Unicode Software includes any source code published in the Unicode Standard or under
+the directories http://www.unicode.org/Public/, http://www.unicode.org/reports/, and http://www.unicode.org/cldr/data/.
+NOTICE TO USER: Carefully read the following legal agreement. BY DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING, COPYING OR
+OTHERWISE USING UNICODE INC.'S DATA FILES ("DATA FILES"), AND/OR SOFTWARE ("SOFTWARE"), YOU
+UNEQUIVOCALLY ACCEPT, AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY, ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS
+AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, DO NOT DOWNLOAD, INSTALL, COPY, DISTRIBUTE OR USE THE DATA FILES OR SOFTWARE.
+
+COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION NOTICE
+Copyright 1991-2007 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved. Distributed under the Terms of Use in http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html.
+
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the Unicode data files and any associated
+documentation (the "Data Files") or Unicode software and any associated documentation (the "Software") to deal in the Data
+Files or Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, and/or sell
+copies of the Data Files or Software, and to permit persons to whom the Data Files or Software are furnished to do so, provided
+that (a) the above copyright notice(s) and this permission notice appear with all copies of the Data Files or Software, (b) both the
+above copyright notice(s) and this permission notice appear in associated documentation, and (c) there is clear notice in each modified Data File
+or in the Software as well as in the documentation associated with the Data File(s) or Software that the data or software has been modified.
+THE DATA FILES AND SOFTWARE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
+INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR HOLDERS
+INCLUDED IN THIS NOTICE BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, OR ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
+OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
+CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
+PERFORMANCE OF THE DATA FILES OR SOFTWARE.
+Except as contained in this notice, the name of a copyright holder shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other
+dealings in these Data Files or Software without prior written authorization of the copyright holder. \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/README b/media/dojo/cldr/README
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+All files within this directory were derived from the Common Locale
+Data Repository (see http://unicode.org/cldr) The CLDR project is
+responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of this data. A copy
+of this data is checked into the Dojo util project as a zip file.
+The XML data is transformed to the JSON-style Javascript you see
+under the nls/ directory. These Javascript files include data
+necessary to do things like format and parse dates, numbers, and
+currencies in different locales to consider cultural differences.
+They are used by other modules in core Dojo such as dojo.date,
+dojo.number and dojo.currency. It usually is not necessary to use
+dojo.cldr directly.
+
+An arbitrary subset of locales have been checked in to dojo/cldr
+under svn. To support other locales, the full set may be generated
+by using xslt scripts in the util/buildscripts/cldr/ ant script.
+Hundreds of locales are supported by the CLDR project.
+
+See terms of use: http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html#Exhibit1
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/monetary.js b/media/dojo/cldr/monetary.js
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+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/monetary.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.cldr.monetary"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.cldr.monetary"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.cldr.monetary");
+
+dojo.cldr.monetary.getData = function(code){
+// summary: A mapping of currency code to currency-specific formatting information. Returns a unique object with properties: places, round.
+// code: an iso4217 currency code
+
+// from http://www.unicode.org/cldr/data/common/supplemental/supplementalData.xml:supplementalData/currencyData/fractions
+
+ var placesData = {
+ ADP:0,BHD:3,BIF:0,BYR:0,CLF:0,CLP:0,DJF:0,ESP:0,GNF:0,
+ IQD:3,ITL:0,JOD:3,JPY:0,KMF:0,KRW:0,KWD:3,LUF:0,LYD:3,
+ MGA:0,MGF:0,OMR:3,PYG:0,RWF:0,TND:3,TRL:0,VUV:0,XAF:0,
+ XOF:0,XPF:0
+ };
+
+ var roundingData = {CHF:5};
+
+ var places = placesData[code], round = roundingData[code];
+ if(typeof places == "undefined"){ places = 2; }
+ if(typeof round == "undefined"){ round = 0; }
+
+ return {places: places, round: round}; // Object
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/currency.js
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+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/currency.js
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+({"USD_symbol": "$", "EUR_displayName": "EUR", "GBP_displayName": "GBP", "JPY_displayName": "JPY", "GBP_symbol": "£", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "EUR_symbol": "€", "USD_displayName": "USD"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de-de/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de-de/number.js
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index 0000000..f660e08
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de-de/number.js
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+({"currencyFormat": "#,##0.00 ¤", "group": ".", "percentFormat": "#,##0 %", "decimal": ",", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/currency.js
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index 0000000..28e843c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/currency.js
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+({"HKD_displayName": "Hongkong Dollar", "CHF_displayName": "Schweizer Franken", "CHF_symbol": "SFr.", "CAD_displayName": "Kanadischer Dollar", "AUD_displayName": "Australischer Dollar", "JPY_displayName": "Yen", "USD_displayName": "US Dollar", "GBP_displayName": "Pfund Sterling", "EUR_displayName": "Euro", "USD_symbol": "$", "GBP_symbol": "£", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/gregorian.js
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index 0000000..6b0aedd
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"eraNames": ["v. Chr.", "n. Chr."], "timeFormat-full": "H:mm' Uhr 'z", "eraAbbr": ["v. Chr.", "n. Chr."], "dateFormat-medium": "dd.MM.yyyy", "am": "vorm.", "months-format-abbr": ["Jan", "Feb", "Mrz", "Apr", "Mai", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Okt", "Nov", "Dez"], "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, d. MMMM yyyy", "days-format-abbr": ["So", "Mo", "Di", "Mi", "Do", "Fr", "Sa"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1. Quartal", "2. Quartal", "3. Quartal", "4. Quartal"], "pm": "nachm.", "dateFormat-short": "dd.MM.yy", "months-format-wide": ["Januar", "Februar", "März", "April", "Mai", "Juni", "Juli", "August", "September", "Oktober", "November", "Dezember"], "months-standAlone-narrow": ["J", "F", "M", "A", "M", "J", "J", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["S", "M", "D", "M", "D", "F", "S"], "dateFormat-long": "d. MMMM yyyy", "days-format-wide": ["Sonntag", "Montag", "Dienstag", "Mittwoch", "Donnerstag", "Freitag", "Samstag"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "timeFormat-long": "HH:mm:ss z", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/number.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4e218a3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/de/number.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"group": ".", "percentFormat": "#,##0 %", "decimal": ",", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencyFormat": "¤ #,##0.00", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/currency.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..37be72f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/currency.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"AUD_symbol": "$", "HKD_displayName": "Hong Kong Dollar", "CHF_displayName": "Swiss Franc", "CHF_symbol": "SwF", "HKD_symbol": "HK$", "CAD_displayName": "Canadian Dollar", "USD_symbol": "US$", "AUD_displayName": "Australian Dollar", "JPY_displayName": "Japanese Yen", "CAD_symbol": "Can$", "USD_displayName": "US Dollar", "GBP_displayName": "British Pound Sterling", "EUR_displayName": "Euro", "GBP_symbol": "£", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/gregorian.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..1571f94
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-au/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"dateFormat-short": "d/MM/yy", "timeFormat-long": "h:mm:ss a", "dateFormat-medium": "dd/MM/yyyy", "dateFormat-long": "d MMMM yyyy", "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, d MMMM yyyy", "timeFormat-full": "h:mm:ss a v", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["J", "F", "M", "A", "M", "J", "J", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "eraNames": ["Before Christ", "Anno Domini"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["S", "M", "T", "W", "T", "F", "S"], "timeFormat-medium": "h:mm:ss a", "field-dayperiod": "AM/PM", "months-format-wide": ["January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June", "July", "August", "September", "October", "November", "December"], "timeFormat-short": "h:mm a", "months-format-abbr": ["Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun", "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"], "days-format-wide": ["Sunday", "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thursday", "Friday", "Saturday"], "eraAbbr": ["BC", "AD"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1st quarter", "2nd quarter", "3rd quarter", "4th quarter"], "days-format-abbr": ["Sun", "Mon", "Tue", "Wed", "Thu", "Fri", "Sat"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-minute": "Minute", "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "pm": "PM", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "am": "AM", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-ca/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en-ca/currency.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..9d6a083
--- /dev/null
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diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/en/gregorian.js
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diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/fr/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/fr/currency.js
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diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/fr/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/fr/number.js
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+({"group": " ", "percentFormat": "#,##0 %", "currencyFormat": "#,##0.00 ¤", "decimal": ",", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/gregorian.js
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+({"dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10", "11", "12"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "timeFormat-full": "HH:mm:ss z", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "days-standAlone-narrow": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7"], "eraAbbr": ["BCE", "CE"], "dateFormat-long": "yyyy MMMM d", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateFormat-medium": "yyyy MMM d", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "timeFormat-long": "HH:mm:ss z", "months-format-abbr": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10", "11", "12"], "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "days-format-abbr": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7"], "pm": "PM", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "am": "AM", "dateFormat-short": "yy/MM/dd", "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, yyyy MMMM dd", "months-format-wide": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10", "11", "12"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}", "quarters-format-wide": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "days-format-wide": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7"]}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it-it/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it-it/gregorian.js
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+({"timeFormat-long": "H:mm:ss z", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["T1", "T2", "T3", "T4"], "dateFormat-medium": "dd/MMM/yy", "field-second": "secondo", "field-week": "settimana", "pm": "p.", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["G", "F", "M", "A", "M", "G", "L", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "am": "m.", "days-standAlone-narrow": ["D", "L", "M", "M", "G", "V", "S"], "field-year": "anno", "field-minute": "minuto", "field-hour": "ora", "dateFormat-long": "dd MMMM yyyy", "field-day": "giorno", "field-dayperiod": "periodo del giorno", "field-month": "mese", "dateFormat-short": "dd/MM/yy", "months-format-wide": ["gennaio", "febbraio", "marzo", "aprile", "maggio", "giugno", "luglio", "agosto", "settembre", "ottobre", "novembre", "dicembre"], "field-era": "era", "months-format-abbr": ["gen", "feb", "mar", "apr", "mag", "giu", "lug", "ago", "set", "ott", "nov", "dic"], "days-format-wide": ["domenica", "lunedì", "martedì", "mercoledì", "giovedì", "venerdì", "sabato"], "eraAbbr": ["aC", "dC"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1o trimestre", "2o trimestre", "3o trimestre", "4o trimestre"], "dateFormat-full": "EEEE d MMMM yyyy", "field-weekday": "giorno della settimana", "days-format-abbr": ["dom", "lun", "mar", "mer", "gio", "ven", "sab"], "field-zone": "zona", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "timeFormat-full": "HH:mm:ss z", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/currency.js
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+({"HKD_displayName": "Dollaro di Hong Kong", "CHF_displayName": "Franco Svizzero", "CHF_symbol": "SFr.", "CAD_displayName": "Dollaro Canadese", "AUD_displayName": "Dollaro Australiano", "JPY_displayName": "Yen Giapponese", "USD_displayName": "Dollaro Statunitense", "GBP_displayName": "Sterlina Inglese", "EUR_displayName": "Euro", "USD_symbol": "$", "GBP_symbol": "£", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/gregorian.js
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+({"quarters-format-abbreviated": ["T1", "T2", "T3", "T4"], "dateFormat-medium": "dd/MMM/yy", "field-second": "secondo", "field-week": "settimana", "pm": "p.", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["G", "F", "M", "A", "M", "G", "L", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "am": "m.", "days-standAlone-narrow": ["D", "L", "M", "M", "G", "V", "S"], "field-year": "anno", "field-minute": "minuto", "field-hour": "ora", "dateFormat-long": "dd MMMM yyyy", "field-day": "giorno", "field-dayperiod": "periodo del giorno", "field-month": "mese", "dateFormat-short": "dd/MM/yy", "months-format-wide": ["gennaio", "febbraio", "marzo", "aprile", "maggio", "giugno", "luglio", "agosto", "settembre", "ottobre", "novembre", "dicembre"], "field-era": "era", "months-format-abbr": ["gen", "feb", "mar", "apr", "mag", "giu", "lug", "ago", "set", "ott", "nov", "dic"], "days-format-wide": ["domenica", "lunedì", "martedì", "mercoledì", "giovedì", "venerdì", "sabato"], "eraAbbr": ["aC", "dC"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1o trimestre", "2o trimestre", "3o trimestre", "4o trimestre"], "dateFormat-full": "EEEE d MMMM yyyy", "field-weekday": "giorno della settimana", "days-format-abbr": ["dom", "lun", "mar", "mer", "gio", "ven", "sab"], "field-zone": "zona", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "timeFormat-full": "HH:mm:ss z", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-long": "HH:mm:ss z", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/it/number.js
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+({"group": ".", "decimal": ",", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencyFormat": "¤ #,##0.00", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja-jp/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja-jp/number.js
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+({"currencyFormat": "¤#,##0.00", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "group": ",", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "decimal": ".", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja/currency.js
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+({"HKD_displayName": "香港ドル", "CHF_displayName": "スイス フラン", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "CAD_displayName": "カナダ ドル", "AUD_displayName": "オーストラリア ドル", "JPY_displayName": "日本円", "USD_displayName": "米ドル", "GBP_displayName": "英国ポンド", "EUR_displayName": "ユーロ", "USD_symbol": "$", "GBP_symbol": "£", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ja/gregorian.js
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+({"eraNames": ["紀元前", "西暦"], "timeFormat-full": "H'時'mm'分'ss'秒'z", "timeFormat-medium": "H:mm:ss", "eraAbbr": ["紀元前", "西暦"], "dateFormat-medium": "yyyy/MM/dd", "am": "午前", "months-format-abbr": ["1 月", "2 月", "3 月", "4 月", "5 月", "6 月", "7 月", "8 月", "9 月", "10 月", "11 月", "12 月"], "dateFormat-full": "yyyy'年'M'月'd'日'EEEE", "days-format-abbr": ["日", "月", "火", "水", "木", "金", "土"], "timeFormat-long": "H:mm:ss:z", "quarters-format-wide": ["第 1 四半期", "第 2 四半期", "第 3 四半期", "第 4 四半期"], "pm": "午後", "timeFormat-short": "H:mm", "months-format-wide": ["1 月", "2 月", "3 月", "4 月", "5 月", "6 月", "7 月", "8 月", "9 月", "10 月", "11 月", "12 月"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["日", "月", "火", "水", "木", "金", "土"], "dateFormat-long": "yyyy'年'M'月'd'日'", "days-format-wide": ["日曜日", "月曜日", "火曜日", "水曜日", "木曜日", "金曜日", "土曜日"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "9", "10", "11", "12"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateFormat-short": "yy/MM/dd", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko-kr/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko-kr/gregorian.js
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+({"timeFormat-medium": "a h:mm:ss", "timeFormat-short": "a h:mm", "dateFormat-medium": "yyyy. MM. dd", "pm": "오후", "timeFormat-full": "a hh'시' mm'분' ss'초' z", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "eraNames": ["서력기원전", "서력기원"], "am": "오전", "days-standAlone-narrow": ["일", "월", "화", "수", "목", "금", "토"], "dateFormat-long": "yyyy'년' M'월' d'일'", "dateFormat-short": "yy. MM. dd", "months-format-wide": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "months-format-abbr": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "days-format-wide": ["일요일", "월요일", "화요일", "수요일", "목요일", "금요일", "토요일"], "timeFormat-long": "a hh'시' mm'분' ss'초'", "eraAbbr": ["기원전", "서기"], "dateFormat-full": "yyyy'년' M'월' d'일' EEEE", "days-format-abbr": ["일", "월", "화", "수", "목", "금", "토"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}", "quarters-format-wide": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"]}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko-kr/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko-kr/number.js
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+({"currencyFormat": "¤#,##0.00", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "group": ",", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "decimal": ".", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko/currency.js
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+({"HKD_displayName": "홍콩 달러", "CHF_displayName": "스위스 프랑달러", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "CAD_displayName": "캐나다 달러", "USD_symbol": "US$", "AUD_displayName": "호주 달러", "JPY_displayName": "일본 엔화", "USD_displayName": "미국 달러", "GBP_displayName": "영국령 파운드 스털링", "EUR_displayName": "유로화", "GBP_symbol": "£", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko/gregorian.js
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+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/ko/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"dateFormat-medium": "yyyy. MM. dd", "pm": "오후", "timeFormat-full": "a hh'시' mm'분' ss'초' z", "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "eraNames": ["서력기원전", "서력기원"], "am": "오전", "days-standAlone-narrow": ["일", "월", "화", "수", "목", "금", "토"], "timeFormat-medium": "a hh'시' mm'분'", "dateFormat-long": "yyyy'년' M'월' d'일'", "dateFormat-short": "yy. MM. dd", "months-format-wide": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "timeFormat-short": "a hh'시' mm'분'", "months-format-abbr": ["1월", "2월", "3월", "4월", "5월", "6월", "7월", "8월", "9월", "10월", "11월", "12월"], "days-format-wide": ["일요일", "월요일", "화요일", "수요일", "목요일", "금요일", "토요일"], "timeFormat-long": "a hh'시' mm'분' ss'초'", "eraAbbr": ["기원전", "서기"], "dateFormat-full": "yyyy'년' M'월' d'일' EEEE", "days-format-abbr": ["일", "월", "화", "수", "목", "금", "토"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}", "quarters-format-wide": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"]}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/number.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f669d5c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/number.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencyFormat": "¤ #,##0.00", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "group": ",", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "decimal": ".", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt-br/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt-br/gregorian.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4b74b07
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt-br/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"field-hour": "Hora", "field-dayperiod": "Período do dia", "field-minute": "Minuto", "timeFormat-full": "HH'h'mm'min'ss's' z", "field-week": "Semana", "field-weekday": "Dia da semana", "field-second": "Segundo", "dateFormat-medium": "dd/MM/yyyy", "field-day": "Dia", "timeFormat-long": "H'h'm'min's's' z", "field-month": "Mês", "field-year": "Ano", "dateFormat-short": "dd/MM/yy", "field-zone": "Fuso", "eraAbbr": ["a.C.", "d.C."], "months-format-abbr": ["jan", "fev", "mar", "abr", "mai", "jun", "jul", "ago", "set", "out", "nov", "dez"], "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, d' de 'MMMM' de 'yyyy", "days-format-abbr": ["dom", "seg", "ter", "qua", "qui", "sex", "sáb"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1º trimestre", "2º trimestre", "3º trimestre", "4º trimestre"], "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["T1", "T2", "T3", "T4"], "months-format-wide": ["janeiro", "fevereiro", "março", "abril", "maio", "junho", "julho", "agosto", "setembro", "outubro", "novembro", "dezembro"], "months-standAlone-narrow": ["J", "F", "M", "A", "M", "J", "J", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["D", "S", "T", "Q", "Q", "S", "S"], "dateFormat-long": "d' de 'MMMM' de 'yyyy", "days-format-wide": ["domingo", "segunda-feira", "terça-feira", "quarta-feira", "quinta-feira", "sexta-feira", "sábado"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "pm": "PM", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "am": "AM", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/currency.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d4ac751
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/currency.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"EUR_displayName": "Euro", "CHF_displayName": "Franco suíço", "HKD_displayName": "Dólar de Hong Kong", "CAD_displayName": "Dólar canadense", "GBP_displayName": "Libra esterlina britânica", "JPY_displayName": "Iene japonês", "AUD_displayName": "Dólar australiano", "USD_displayName": "Dólar norte-americano", "USD_symbol": "$", "GBP_symbol": "£", "JPY_symbol": "¥", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/gregorian.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0d8e9bc
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"timeFormat-full": "HH'H'mm'm'ss's' z", "eraAbbr": ["a.C.", "d.C."], "dateFormat-medium": "d/MMM/yyyy", "months-format-abbr": ["jan", "fev", "mar", "abr", "mai", "jun", "jul", "ago", "set", "out", "nov", "dez"], "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, d' de 'MMMM' de 'yyyy", "days-format-abbr": ["dom", "seg", "ter", "qua", "qui", "sex", "sáb"], "quarters-format-wide": ["1º trimestre", "2º trimestre", "3º trimestre", "4º trimestre"], "dateFormat-short": "dd-MM-yyyy", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["T1", "T2", "T3", "T4"], "months-format-wide": ["janeiro", "fevereiro", "março", "abril", "maio", "junho", "julho", "agosto", "setembro", "outubro", "novembro", "dezembro"], "months-standAlone-narrow": ["J", "F", "M", "A", "M", "J", "J", "A", "S", "O", "N", "D"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["D", "S", "T", "Q", "Q", "S", "S"], "dateFormat-long": "d' de 'MMMM' de 'yyyy", "days-format-wide": ["domingo", "segunda-feira", "terça-feira", "quarta-feira", "quinta-feira", "sexta-feira", "sábado"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "timeFormat-long": "HH:mm:ss z", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "pm": "PM", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "am": "AM", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/number.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0de8f27
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/pt/number.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"group": ".", "decimal": ",", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencyFormat": "¤ #,##0.00", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/gregorian.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..ec46230
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"dateFormat-short": "yy-M-d", "timeFormat-long": "ahh'时'mm'分'ss'秒'", "dateFormat-medium": "yyyy-M-d", "dateFormat-long": "yyyy'年'M'月'd'日'", "timeFormat-medium": "ahh:mm:ss", "timeFormat-short": "ah:mm", "timeFormat-full": "ahh'时'mm'分'ss'秒' z", "dateFormat-full": "yyyy'年'M'月'd'日'EEEE", "eraAbbr": ["公元前", "公元"], "am": "上午", "months-format-abbr": ["一月", "二月", "三月", "四月", "五月", "六月", "七月", "八月", "九月", "十月", "十一月", "十二月"], "days-format-abbr": ["周日", "周一", "周二", "周三", "周四", "周五", "周六"], "pm": "下午", "months-format-wide": ["一月", "二月", "三月", "四月", "五月", "六月", "七月", "八月", "九月", "十月", "十一月", "十二月"], "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1月", "2月", "3月", "4月", "5月", "6月", "7月", "8月", "9月", "10月", "11月", "12月"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["日", "一", "二", "三", "四", "五", "六"], "days-format-wide": ["星期日", "星期一", "星期二", "星期三", "星期四", "星期五", "星期六"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}", "quarters-format-wide": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"]}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/number.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..517085a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-cn/number.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"currencyFormat": "¤#,##0.00", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "group": ",", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "decimal": ".", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-tw/number.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-tw/number.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..517085a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh-tw/number.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"currencyFormat": "¤#,##0.00", "scientificFormat": "#E0", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "infinity": "∞", "list": ";", "percentSign": "%", "minusSign": "-", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "nan": "NaN", "nativeZeroDigit": "0", "plusSign": "+", "currencySpacing-afterCurrency-surroundingMatch": "[:digit:]", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-currencyMatch": "[:letter:]", "perMille": "‰", "group": ",", "percentFormat": "#,##0%", "decimalFormat": "#,##0.###", "decimal": ".", "patternDigit": "#", "currencySpacing-beforeCurrency-insertBetween": " ", "exponential": "E"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/currency.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/currency.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..58a97b5
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/currency.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"HKD_displayName": "港元", "CHF_displayName": "瑞士法郎", "JPY_symbol": "JP¥", "HKD_symbol": "HK$", "CAD_displayName": "加拿大元", "USD_symbol": "US$", "AUD_displayName": "澳大利亚元", "JPY_displayName": "日元", "USD_displayName": "美元", "GBP_displayName": "英磅", "EUR_displayName": "欧元", "GBP_symbol": "£", "EUR_symbol": "€"}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/gregorian.js b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/gregorian.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b3e0656
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/nls/zh/gregorian.js
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+({"eraAbbr": ["公元前", "公元"], "am": "上午", "months-format-abbr": ["一月", "二月", "三月", "四月", "五月", "六月", "七月", "八月", "九月", "十月", "十一月", "十二月"], "days-format-abbr": ["周日", "周一", "周二", "周三", "周四", "周五", "周六"], "pm": "下午", "months-format-wide": ["一月", "二月", "三月", "四月", "五月", "六月", "七月", "八月", "九月", "十月", "十一月", "十二月"], "months-standAlone-narrow": ["1月", "2月", "3月", "4月", "5月", "6月", "7月", "8月", "9月", "10月", "11月", "12月"], "days-standAlone-narrow": ["日", "一", "二", "三", "四", "五", "六"], "days-format-wide": ["星期日", "星期一", "星期二", "星期三", "星期四", "星期五", "星期六"], "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Second": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-dayperiod": "Dayperiod", "field-minute": "Minute", "eraNames": ["BCE", "CE"], "field-weekday": "Day of the Week", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Year": "{0} {1}", "field-era": "Era", "field-hour": "Hour", "timeFormat-full": "HH:mm:ss z", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Week": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Timezone": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Month": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateFormat-long": "yyyy MMMM d", "timeFormat-medium": "HH:mm:ss", "field-zone": "Zone", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Minute": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateFormat-medium": "yyyy MMM d", "quarters-format-abbreviated": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"], "dateTimeFormat": "{1} {0}", "field-year": "Year", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-week": "Week", "timeFormat-long": "HH:mm:ss z", "timeFormat-short": "HH:mm", "field-month": "Month", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Quarter": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "field-second": "Second", "field-day": "Day", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Day-Of-Week": "{0} {1}", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Hour": "{0} ({2}: {1})", "dateFormat-short": "yy/MM/dd", "dateFormat-full": "EEEE, yyyy MMMM dd", "dateTimeFormats-appendItem-Era": "{0} {1}", "quarters-format-wide": ["Q1", "Q2", "Q3", "Q4"]}) \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/media/dojo/cldr/supplemental.js b/media/dojo/cldr/supplemental.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..29bfde3
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/cldr/supplemental.js
@@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.cldr.supplemental"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.cldr.supplemental"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.cldr.supplemental");
+
+dojo.require("dojo.i18n");
+
+dojo.cldr.supplemental.getFirstDayOfWeek = function(/*String?*/locale){
+// summary: Returns a zero-based index for first day of the week
+// description:
+// Returns a zero-based index for first day of the week, as used by the local (Gregorian) calendar.
+// e.g. Sunday (returns 0), or Monday (returns 1)
+
+ // from http://www.unicode.org/cldr/data/common/supplemental/supplementalData.xml:supplementalData/weekData/firstDay
+ var firstDay = {/*default is 1=Monday*/
+ mv:5,
+ ae:6,af:6,bh:6,dj:6,dz:6,eg:6,er:6,et:6,iq:6,ir:6,jo:6,ke:6,kw:6,lb:6,ly:6,ma:6,om:6,qa:6,sa:6,
+ sd:6,so:6,tn:6,ye:6,
+ as:0,au:0,az:0,bw:0,ca:0,cn:0,fo:0,ge:0,gl:0,gu:0,hk:0,ie:0,il:0,is:0,jm:0,jp:0,kg:0,kr:0,la:0,
+ mh:0,mo:0,mp:0,mt:0,nz:0,ph:0,pk:0,sg:0,th:0,tt:0,tw:0,um:0,us:0,uz:0,vi:0,za:0,zw:0,
+ et:0,mw:0,ng:0,tj:0,
+ gb:0,
+ sy:4
+ };
+
+ var country = dojo.cldr.supplemental._region(locale);
+ var dow = firstDay[country];
+ return (typeof dow == 'undefined') ? 1 : dow; /*Number*/
+};
+
+dojo.cldr.supplemental._region = function(/*String?*/locale){
+ locale = dojo.i18n.normalizeLocale(locale);
+ var tags = locale.split('-');
+ var region = tags[1];
+ if(!region){
+ // IE often gives language only (#2269)
+ // Arbitrary mappings of language-only locales to a country:
+ region = {de:"de", en:"us", es:"es", fi:"fi", fr:"fr", hu:"hu", it:"it",
+ ja:"jp", ko:"kr", nl:"nl", pt:"br", sv:"se", zh:"cn"}[tags[0]];
+ }else if(region.length == 4){
+ // The ISO 3166 country code is usually in the second position, unless a
+ // 4-letter script is given. See http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4646.txt
+ region = tags[2];
+ }
+ return region;
+}
+
+dojo.cldr.supplemental.getWeekend = function(/*String?*/locale){
+// summary: Returns a hash containing the start and end days of the weekend
+// description:
+// Returns a hash containing the start and end days of the weekend according to local custom using locale,
+// or by default in the user's locale.
+// e.g. {start:6, end:0}
+
+ // from http://www.unicode.org/cldr/data/common/supplemental/supplementalData.xml:supplementalData/weekData/weekend{Start,End}
+ var weekendStart = {/*default is 6=Saturday*/
+ eg:5,il:5,sy:5,
+ 'in':0,
+ ae:4,bh:4,dz:4,iq:4,jo:4,kw:4,lb:4,ly:4,ma:4,om:4,qa:4,sa:4,sd:4,tn:4,ye:4
+ };
+
+ var weekendEnd = {/*default is 0=Sunday*/
+ ae:5,bh:5,dz:5,iq:5,jo:5,kw:5,lb:5,ly:5,ma:5,om:5,qa:5,sa:5,sd:5,tn:5,ye:5,af:5,ir:5,
+ eg:6,il:6,sy:6
+ };
+
+ var country = dojo.cldr.supplemental._region(locale);
+ var start = weekendStart[country];
+ var end = weekendEnd[country];
+ if(typeof start == 'undefined'){start=6;}
+ if(typeof end == 'undefined'){end=0;}
+ return {start:start, end:end}; /*Object {start,end}*/
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/colors.js b/media/dojo/colors.js
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+++ b/media/dojo/colors.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.colors"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.colors"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.colors");
+
+(function(){
+ // this is a standard convertion prescribed by the CSS3 Color Module
+ var hue2rgb = function(m1, m2, h){
+ if(h < 0){ ++h; }
+ if(h > 1){ --h; }
+ var h6 = 6 * h;
+ if(h6 < 1){ return m1 + (m2 - m1) * h6; }
+ if(2 * h < 1){ return m2; }
+ if(3 * h < 2){ return m1 + (m2 - m1) * (2 / 3 - h) * 6; }
+ return m1;
+ };
+
+ dojo.colorFromRgb = function(/*String*/ color, /*dojo.Color?*/ obj){
+ // summary:
+ // get rgb(a) array from css-style color declarations
+ // description:
+ // this function can handle all 4 CSS3 Color Module formats: rgb,
+ // rgba, hsl, hsla, including rgb(a) with percentage values.
+ var m = color.toLowerCase().match(/^(rgba?|hsla?)\(([\s\.\-,%0-9]+)\)/);
+ if(m){
+ var c = m[2].split(/\s*,\s*/), l = c.length, t = m[1];
+ if((t == "rgb" && l == 3) || (t == "rgba" && l == 4)){
+ var r = c[0];
+ if(r.charAt(r.length - 1) == "%"){
+ // 3 rgb percentage values
+ var a = dojo.map(c, function(x){
+ return parseFloat(x) * 2.56;
+ });
+ if(l == 4){ a[3] = c[3]; }
+ return dojo.colorFromArray(a, obj); // dojo.Color
+ }
+ return dojo.colorFromArray(c, obj); // dojo.Color
+ }
+ if((t == "hsl" && l == 3) || (t == "hsla" && l == 4)){
+ // normalize hsl values
+ var H = ((parseFloat(c[0]) % 360) + 360) % 360 / 360,
+ S = parseFloat(c[1]) / 100,
+ L = parseFloat(c[2]) / 100,
+ // calculate rgb according to the algorithm
+ // recommended by the CSS3 Color Module
+ m2 = L <= 0.5 ? L * (S + 1) : L + S - L * S,
+ m1 = 2 * L - m2,
+ a = [hue2rgb(m1, m2, H + 1 / 3) * 256,
+ hue2rgb(m1, m2, H) * 256, hue2rgb(m1, m2, H - 1 / 3) * 256, 1];
+ if(l == 4){ a[3] = c[3]; }
+ return dojo.colorFromArray(a, obj); // dojo.Color
+ }
+ }
+ return null; // dojo.Color
+ };
+
+ var confine = function(c, low, high){
+ // summary:
+ // sanitize a color component by making sure it is a number,
+ // and clamping it to valid values
+ c = Number(c);
+ return isNaN(c) ? high : c < low ? low : c > high ? high : c; // Number
+ };
+
+ dojo.Color.prototype.sanitize = function(){
+ // summary: makes sure that the object has correct attributes
+ var t = this;
+ t.r = Math.round(confine(t.r, 0, 255));
+ t.g = Math.round(confine(t.g, 0, 255));
+ t.b = Math.round(confine(t.b, 0, 255));
+ t.a = confine(t.a, 0, 1);
+ return this; // dojo.Color
+ };
+})();
+
+
+dojo.colors.makeGrey = function(/*Number*/ g, /*Number?*/ a){
+ // summary: creates a greyscale color with an optional alpha
+ return dojo.colorFromArray([g, g, g, a]);
+};
+
+
+// mixin all CSS3 named colors not already in _base, along with SVG 1.0 variant spellings
+dojo.Color.named = dojo.mixin({
+ aliceblue: [240,248,255],
+ antiquewhite: [250,235,215],
+ aquamarine: [127,255,212],
+ azure: [240,255,255],
+ beige: [245,245,220],
+ bisque: [255,228,196],
+ blanchedalmond: [255,235,205],
+ blueviolet: [138,43,226],
+ brown: [165,42,42],
+ burlywood: [222,184,135],
+ cadetblue: [95,158,160],
+ chartreuse: [127,255,0],
+ chocolate: [210,105,30],
+ coral: [255,127,80],
+ cornflowerblue: [100,149,237],
+ cornsilk: [255,248,220],
+ crimson: [220,20,60],
+ cyan: [0,255,255],
+ darkblue: [0,0,139],
+ darkcyan: [0,139,139],
+ darkgoldenrod: [184,134,11],
+ darkgray: [169,169,169],
+ darkgreen: [0,100,0],
+ darkgrey: [169,169,169],
+ darkkhaki: [189,183,107],
+ darkmagenta: [139,0,139],
+ darkolivegreen: [85,107,47],
+ darkorange: [255,140,0],
+ darkorchid: [153,50,204],
+ darkred: [139,0,0],
+ darksalmon: [233,150,122],
+ darkseagreen: [143,188,143],
+ darkslateblue: [72,61,139],
+ darkslategray: [47,79,79],
+ darkslategrey: [47,79,79],
+ darkturquoise: [0,206,209],
+ darkviolet: [148,0,211],
+ deeppink: [255,20,147],
+ deepskyblue: [0,191,255],
+ dimgray: [105,105,105],
+ dimgrey: [105,105,105],
+ dodgerblue: [30,144,255],
+ firebrick: [178,34,34],
+ floralwhite: [255,250,240],
+ forestgreen: [34,139,34],
+ gainsboro: [220,220,220],
+ ghostwhite: [248,248,255],
+ gold: [255,215,0],
+ goldenrod: [218,165,32],
+ greenyellow: [173,255,47],
+ grey: [128,128,128],
+ honeydew: [240,255,240],
+ hotpink: [255,105,180],
+ indianred: [205,92,92],
+ indigo: [75,0,130],
+ ivory: [255,255,240],
+ khaki: [240,230,140],
+ lavender: [230,230,250],
+ lavenderblush: [255,240,245],
+ lawngreen: [124,252,0],
+ lemonchiffon: [255,250,205],
+ lightblue: [173,216,230],
+ lightcoral: [240,128,128],
+ lightcyan: [224,255,255],
+ lightgoldenrodyellow: [250,250,210],
+ lightgray: [211,211,211],
+ lightgreen: [144,238,144],
+ lightgrey: [211,211,211],
+ lightpink: [255,182,193],
+ lightsalmon: [255,160,122],
+ lightseagreen: [32,178,170],
+ lightskyblue: [135,206,250],
+ lightslategray: [119,136,153],
+ lightslategrey: [119,136,153],
+ lightsteelblue: [176,196,222],
+ lightyellow: [255,255,224],
+ limegreen: [50,205,50],
+ linen: [250,240,230],
+ magenta: [255,0,255],
+ mediumaquamarine: [102,205,170],
+ mediumblue: [0,0,205],
+ mediumorchid: [186,85,211],
+ mediumpurple: [147,112,219],
+ mediumseagreen: [60,179,113],
+ mediumslateblue: [123,104,238],
+ mediumspringgreen: [0,250,154],
+ mediumturquoise: [72,209,204],
+ mediumvioletred: [199,21,133],
+ midnightblue: [25,25,112],
+ mintcream: [245,255,250],
+ mistyrose: [255,228,225],
+ moccasin: [255,228,181],
+ navajowhite: [255,222,173],
+ oldlace: [253,245,230],
+ olivedrab: [107,142,35],
+ orange: [255,165,0],
+ orangered: [255,69,0],
+ orchid: [218,112,214],
+ palegoldenrod: [238,232,170],
+ palegreen: [152,251,152],
+ paleturquoise: [175,238,238],
+ palevioletred: [219,112,147],
+ papayawhip: [255,239,213],
+ peachpuff: [255,218,185],
+ peru: [205,133,63],
+ pink: [255,192,203],
+ plum: [221,160,221],
+ powderblue: [176,224,230],
+ rosybrown: [188,143,143],
+ royalblue: [65,105,225],
+ saddlebrown: [139,69,19],
+ salmon: [250,128,114],
+ sandybrown: [244,164,96],
+ seagreen: [46,139,87],
+ seashell: [255,245,238],
+ sienna: [160,82,45],
+ skyblue: [135,206,235],
+ slateblue: [106,90,205],
+ slategray: [112,128,144],
+ slategrey: [112,128,144],
+ snow: [255,250,250],
+ springgreen: [0,255,127],
+ steelblue: [70,130,180],
+ tan: [210,180,140],
+ thistle: [216,191,216],
+ tomato: [255,99,71],
+ transparent: [0, 0, 0, 0],
+ turquoise: [64,224,208],
+ violet: [238,130,238],
+ wheat: [245,222,179],
+ whitesmoke: [245,245,245],
+ yellowgreen: [154,205,50]
+}, dojo.Color.named);
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/cookie.js b/media/dojo/cookie.js
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/media/dojo/cookie.js
@@ -0,0 +1,77 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.cookie"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.cookie"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.cookie");
+
+/*=====
+dojo.__cookieProps = function(kwArgs){
+ // expires: Date|Number?
+ // If a number, seen as the number of days from today. If a date, the
+ // date past which the cookie is invalid. If expires is in the past,
+ // the cookie will be deleted If expires is left out or is 0, the
+ // cookie will expire when the browser closes.
+ // path: String?
+ // The path to use for the cookie.
+ // domain: String?
+ // The domain to use for the cookie.
+ // secure: Boolean?
+ // Whether to only send the cookie on secure connections
+}
+=====*/
+
+
+dojo.cookie = function(/*String*/name, /*String?*/value, /*dojo.__cookieProps?*/props){
+ // summary:
+ // Get or set a cookie.
+ // description:
+ // If you pass in one argument, the the value of the cookie is returned
+ //
+ // If you pass in two arguments, the cookie value is set to the second
+ // argument.
+ //
+ // If you pass in three arguments, the cookie value is set to the
+ // second argument, and the options on the third argument are used for
+ // extended properties on the cookie
+ // name:
+ // The name of the cookie
+ // value:
+ // Optional. The value for the cookie.
+ // props:
+ // Optional additional properties for the cookie
+ // example:
+ // set a cookie with the JSON-serialized contents of an object which
+ // will expire 5 days from now:
+ // | dojo.cookie("configObj", dojo.toJson(config), { expires: 5 });
+ //
+ // example:
+ // de-serialize a cookie back into a JavaScript object:
+ // | var config = dojo.fromJson(dojo.cookie("configObj"));
+ //
+ // example:
+ // delete a cookie:
+ // | dojo.cookie("configObj", null);
+ var c = document.cookie;
+ if(arguments.length == 1){
+ var idx = c.lastIndexOf(name+'=');
+ if(idx == -1){ return null; }
+ var start = idx+name.length+1;
+ var end = c.indexOf(';', idx+name.length+1);
+ if(end == -1){ end = c.length; }
+ return decodeURIComponent(c.substring(start, end));
+ }else{
+ props = props || {};
+ value = encodeURIComponent(value);
+ if(typeof(props.expires) == "number"){
+ var d = new Date();
+ d.setTime(d.getTime()+(props.expires*24*60*60*1000));
+ props.expires = d;
+ }
+ document.cookie = name + "=" + value
+ + (props.expires ? "; expires=" + props.expires.toUTCString() : "")
+ + (props.path ? "; path=" + props.path : "")
+ + (props.domain ? "; domain=" + props.domain : "")
+ + (props.secure ? "; secure" : "");
+ return null;
+ }
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/currency.js b/media/dojo/currency.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..7bad5d7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/currency.js
@@ -0,0 +1,103 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.currency"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.currency"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.currency");
+
+dojo.require("dojo.number");
+dojo.require("dojo.i18n");
+dojo.requireLocalization("dojo.cldr", "currency", null, "ko,zh,ja,en,en-ca,en-au,ROOT,en-us,it,fr,pt,es,de");
+dojo.require("dojo.cldr.monetary");
+
+dojo.currency._mixInDefaults = function(options){
+ options = options || {};
+ options.type = "currency";
+
+ // Get locale-depenent currency data, like the symbol
+ var bundle = dojo.i18n.getLocalization("dojo.cldr", "currency", options.locale) || {};
+
+ // Mixin locale-independent currency data, like # of places
+ var iso = options.currency;
+ var data = dojo.cldr.monetary.getData(iso);
+
+ dojo.forEach(["displayName","symbol","group","decimal"], function(prop){
+ data[prop] = bundle[iso+"_"+prop];
+ });
+
+ data.fractional = [true, false];
+
+ // Mixin with provided options
+ return dojo.mixin(data, options);
+}
+
+dojo.currency.format = function(/*Number*/value, /*Object?*/options){
+// summary:
+// Format a Number as a String, using locale-specific settings
+//
+// description:
+// Create a string from a Number using a known localized pattern.
+// Formatting patterns appropriate to the locale are chosen from the CLDR http://unicode.org/cldr
+// as well as the appropriate symbols and delimiters. See http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/#Number_Elements
+//
+// value:
+// the number to be formatted.
+//
+// options: object {currency: String, pattern: String?, places: Number?, round: Number?, symbol: String?, locale: String?}
+// currency- the ISO4217 currency code, a three letter sequence like "USD"
+// See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217
+// symbol- override currency symbol. Normally, will be looked up in table of supported currencies, and ISO currency code will
+// be used if not found. See dojo.i18n.cldr.nls->currency.js
+// pattern- override formatting pattern with this string (see dojo.number.applyPattern)
+// places- fixed number of decimal places to show. Default is defined by the currency.
+// round- 5 rounds to nearest .5; 0 rounds to nearest whole (default). -1 means don't round.
+// locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+
+ return dojo.number.format(value, dojo.currency._mixInDefaults(options));
+}
+
+dojo.currency.regexp = function(/*Object?*/options){
+//
+// summary:
+// Builds the regular needed to parse a number
+//
+// description:
+// Returns regular expression with positive and negative match, group and decimal separators
+//
+// options: object {pattern: String, locale: String, strict: Boolean, places: mixed}
+// currency- the ISO4217 currency code, a three letter sequence like "USD"
+// See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217
+// symbol- override currency symbol. Normally, will be looked up in table of supported currencies, and ISO currency code will
+// be used if not found. See dojo.i18n.cldr.nls->currency.js
+// pattern- override pattern with this string
+// locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+// strict- strict parsing, false by default
+// places- number of decimal places to accept. Default is defined by currency.
+ return dojo.number.regexp(dojo.currency._mixInDefaults(options)); // String
+}
+
+dojo.currency.parse = function(/*String*/expression, /*Object?*/options){
+//
+// summary:
+// Convert a properly formatted string to a primitive Number,
+// using locale-specific settings.
+//
+// description:
+// Create a Number from a string using a known localized pattern.
+// Formatting patterns are chosen appropriate to the locale.
+// Formatting patterns are implemented using the syntax described at *URL*
+//
+// expression: A string representation of a Number
+//
+// options: object {pattern: string, locale: string, strict: boolean}
+// currency- the ISO4217 currency code, a three letter sequence like "USD"
+// See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217
+// symbol- override currency symbol. Normally, will be looked up in table of supported currencies, and ISO currency code will
+// be used if not found. See dojo.i18n.cldr.nls->currency.js
+// pattern- override pattern with this string
+// locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+// strict- strict parsing, false by default
+// places- number of decimal places to accept. Default is defined by currency.
+// fractional- where places are implied by pattern or explicit 'places' parameter, whether to include the fractional portion.
+// By default for currencies, it the fractional portion is optional.
+ return dojo.number.parse(expression, dojo.currency._mixInDefaults(options));
+}
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/ItemFileReadStore.js b/media/dojo/data/ItemFileReadStore.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f0ea775
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/ItemFileReadStore.js
@@ -0,0 +1,733 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore");
+
+dojo.require("dojo.data.util.filter");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.util.simpleFetch");
+dojo.require("dojo.date.stamp");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore", null,{
+ // summary:
+ // The ItemFileReadStore implements the dojo.data.api.Read API and reads
+ // data from JSON files that have contents in this format --
+ // { items: [
+ // { name:'Kermit', color:'green', age:12, friends:['Gonzo', {_reference:{name:'Fozzie Bear'}}]},
+ // { name:'Fozzie Bear', wears:['hat', 'tie']},
+ // { name:'Miss Piggy', pets:'Foo-Foo'}
+ // ]}
+ // Note that it can also contain an 'identifer' property that specified which attribute on the items
+ // in the array of items that acts as the unique identifier for that item.
+ //
+ constructor: function(/* Object */ keywordParameters){
+ // summary: constructor
+ // keywordParameters: {url: String}
+ // keywordParameters: {data: jsonObject}
+ // keywordParameters: {typeMap: object)
+ // The structure of the typeMap object is as follows:
+ // {
+ // type0: function || object,
+ // type1: function || object,
+ // ...
+ // typeN: function || object
+ // }
+ // Where if it is a function, it is assumed to be an object constructor that takes the
+ // value of _value as the initialization parameters. If it is an object, then it is assumed
+ // to be an object of general form:
+ // {
+ // type: function, //constructor.
+ // deserialize: function(value) //The function that parses the value and constructs the object defined by type appropriately.
+ // }
+
+ this._arrayOfAllItems = [];
+ this._arrayOfTopLevelItems = [];
+ this._loadFinished = false;
+ this._jsonFileUrl = keywordParameters.url;
+ this._jsonData = keywordParameters.data;
+ this._datatypeMap = keywordParameters.typeMap || {};
+ if(!this._datatypeMap['Date']){
+ //If no default mapping for dates, then set this as default.
+ //We use the dojo.date.stamp here because the ISO format is the 'dojo way'
+ //of generically representing dates.
+ this._datatypeMap['Date'] = {
+ type: Date,
+ deserialize: function(value){
+ return dojo.date.stamp.fromISOString(value);
+ }
+ };
+ }
+ this._features = {'dojo.data.api.Read':true, 'dojo.data.api.Identity':true};
+ this._itemsByIdentity = null;
+ this._storeRefPropName = "_S"; // Default name for the store reference to attach to every item.
+ this._itemNumPropName = "_0"; // Default Item Id for isItem to attach to every item.
+ this._rootItemPropName = "_RI"; // Default Item Id for isItem to attach to every item.
+ this._loadInProgress = false; //Got to track the initial load to prevent duelling loads of the dataset.
+ this._queuedFetches = [];
+ },
+
+ url: "", // use "" rather than undefined for the benefit of the parser (#3539)
+
+ _assertIsItem: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // This function tests whether the item passed in is indeed an item in the store.
+ // item:
+ // The item to test for being contained by the store.
+ if(!this.isItem(item)){
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: Invalid item argument.");
+ }
+ },
+
+ _assertIsAttribute: function(/* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ // summary:
+ // This function tests whether the item passed in is indeed a valid 'attribute' like type for the store.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to test for being contained by the store.
+ if(typeof attribute !== "string"){
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: Invalid attribute argument.");
+ }
+ },
+
+ getValue: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* value? */ defaultValue){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getValue()
+ var values = this.getValues(item, attribute);
+ return (values.length > 0)?values[0]:defaultValue; // mixed
+ },
+
+ getValues: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getValues()
+
+ this._assertIsItem(item);
+ this._assertIsAttribute(attribute);
+ return item[attribute] || []; // Array
+ },
+
+ getAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getAttributes()
+ this._assertIsItem(item);
+ var attributes = [];
+ for(var key in item){
+ // Save off only the real item attributes, not the special id marks for O(1) isItem.
+ if((key !== this._storeRefPropName) && (key !== this._itemNumPropName) && (key !== this._rootItemPropName)){
+ attributes.push(key);
+ }
+ }
+ return attributes; // Array
+ },
+
+ hasAttribute: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute) {
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.hasAttribute()
+ return this.getValues(item, attribute).length > 0;
+ },
+
+ containsValue: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* anything */ value){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.containsValue()
+ var regexp = undefined;
+ if(typeof value === "string"){
+ regexp = dojo.data.util.filter.patternToRegExp(value, false);
+ }
+ return this._containsValue(item, attribute, value, regexp); //boolean.
+ },
+
+ _containsValue: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* anything */ value,
+ /* RegExp?*/ regexp){
+ // summary:
+ // Internal function for looking at the values contained by the item.
+ // description:
+ // Internal function for looking at the values contained by the item. This
+ // function allows for denoting if the comparison should be case sensitive for
+ // strings or not (for handling filtering cases where string case should not matter)
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The data item to examine for attribute values.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to inspect.
+ // value:
+ // The value to match.
+ // regexp:
+ // Optional regular expression generated off value if value was of string type to handle wildcarding.
+ // If present and attribute values are string, then it can be used for comparison instead of 'value'
+ return dojo.some(this.getValues(item, attribute), function(possibleValue){
+ if(possibleValue !== null && !dojo.isObject(possibleValue) && regexp){
+ if(possibleValue.toString().match(regexp)){
+ return true; // Boolean
+ }
+ }else if(value === possibleValue){
+ return true; // Boolean
+ }
+ });
+ },
+
+ isItem: function(/* anything */ something){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.isItem()
+ if(something && something[this._storeRefPropName] === this){
+ if(this._arrayOfAllItems[something[this._itemNumPropName]] === something){
+ return true;
+ }
+ }
+ return false; // Boolean
+ },
+
+ isItemLoaded: function(/* anything */ something){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.isItemLoaded()
+ return this.isItem(something); //boolean
+ },
+
+ loadItem: function(/* object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.loadItem()
+ this._assertIsItem(keywordArgs.item);
+ },
+
+ getFeatures: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getFeatures()
+ return this._features; //Object
+ },
+
+ getLabel: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getLabel()
+ if(this._labelAttr && this.isItem(item)){
+ return this.getValue(item,this._labelAttr); //String
+ }
+ return undefined; //undefined
+ },
+
+ getLabelAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getLabelAttributes()
+ if(this._labelAttr){
+ return [this._labelAttr]; //array
+ }
+ return null; //null
+ },
+
+ _fetchItems: function( /* Object */ keywordArgs,
+ /* Function */ findCallback,
+ /* Function */ errorCallback){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.util.simpleFetch.fetch()
+ var self = this;
+ var filter = function(requestArgs, arrayOfItems){
+ var items = [];
+ if(requestArgs.query){
+ var ignoreCase = requestArgs.queryOptions ? requestArgs.queryOptions.ignoreCase : false;
+
+ //See if there are any string values that can be regexp parsed first to avoid multiple regexp gens on the
+ //same value for each item examined. Much more efficient.
+ var regexpList = {};
+ for(var key in requestArgs.query){
+ var value = requestArgs.query[key];
+ if(typeof value === "string"){
+ regexpList[key] = dojo.data.util.filter.patternToRegExp(value, ignoreCase);
+ }
+ }
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < arrayOfItems.length; ++i){
+ var match = true;
+ var candidateItem = arrayOfItems[i];
+ if(candidateItem === null){
+ match = false;
+ }else{
+ for(var key in requestArgs.query) {
+ var value = requestArgs.query[key];
+ if (!self._containsValue(candidateItem, key, value, regexpList[key])){
+ match = false;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ if(match){
+ items.push(candidateItem);
+ }
+ }
+ findCallback(items, requestArgs);
+ }else{
+ // We want a copy to pass back in case the parent wishes to sort the array.
+ // We shouldn't allow resort of the internal list, so that multiple callers
+ // can get lists and sort without affecting each other. We also need to
+ // filter out any null values that have been left as a result of deleteItem()
+ // calls in ItemFileWriteStore.
+ for(var i = 0; i < arrayOfItems.length; ++i){
+ var item = arrayOfItems[i];
+ if(item !== null){
+ items.push(item);
+ }
+ }
+ findCallback(items, requestArgs);
+ }
+ };
+
+ if(this._loadFinished){
+ filter(keywordArgs, this._getItemsArray(keywordArgs.queryOptions));
+ }else{
+
+ if(this._jsonFileUrl){
+ //If fetches come in before the loading has finished, but while
+ //a load is in progress, we have to defer the fetching to be
+ //invoked in the callback.
+ if(this._loadInProgress){
+ this._queuedFetches.push({args: keywordArgs, filter: filter});
+ }else{
+ this._loadInProgress = true;
+ var getArgs = {
+ url: self._jsonFileUrl,
+ handleAs: "json-comment-optional"
+ };
+ var getHandler = dojo.xhrGet(getArgs);
+ getHandler.addCallback(function(data){
+ try{
+ self._getItemsFromLoadedData(data);
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+
+ filter(keywordArgs, self._getItemsArray(keywordArgs.queryOptions));
+ self._handleQueuedFetches();
+ }catch(e){
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+ errorCallback(e, keywordArgs);
+ }
+ });
+ getHandler.addErrback(function(error){
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+ errorCallback(error, keywordArgs);
+ });
+ }
+ }else if(this._jsonData){
+ try{
+ this._loadFinished = true;
+ this._getItemsFromLoadedData(this._jsonData);
+ this._jsonData = null;
+ filter(keywordArgs, this._getItemsArray(keywordArgs.queryOptions));
+ }catch(e){
+ errorCallback(e, keywordArgs);
+ }
+ }else{
+ errorCallback(new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: No JSON source data was provided as either URL or a nested Javascript object."), keywordArgs);
+ }
+ }
+ },
+
+ _handleQueuedFetches: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Internal function to execute delayed request in the store.
+ //Execute any deferred fetches now.
+ if (this._queuedFetches.length > 0) {
+ for(var i = 0; i < this._queuedFetches.length; i++){
+ var fData = this._queuedFetches[i];
+ var delayedQuery = fData.args;
+ var delayedFilter = fData.filter;
+ if(delayedFilter){
+ delayedFilter(delayedQuery, this._getItemsArray(delayedQuery.queryOptions));
+ }else{
+ this.fetchItemByIdentity(delayedQuery);
+ }
+ }
+ this._queuedFetches = [];
+ }
+ },
+
+ _getItemsArray: function(/*object?*/queryOptions){
+ // summary:
+ // Internal function to determine which list of items to search over.
+ // queryOptions: The query options parameter, if any.
+ if(queryOptions && queryOptions.deep) {
+ return this._arrayOfAllItems;
+ }
+ return this._arrayOfTopLevelItems;
+ },
+
+ close: function(/*dojo.data.api.Request || keywordArgs || null */ request){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.close()
+ },
+
+ _getItemsFromLoadedData: function(/* Object */ dataObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Function to parse the loaded data into item format and build the internal items array.
+ // description:
+ // Function to parse the loaded data into item format and build the internal items array.
+ //
+ // dataObject:
+ // The JS data object containing the raw data to convery into item format.
+ //
+ // returns: array
+ // Array of items in store item format.
+
+ // First, we define a couple little utility functions...
+
+ function valueIsAnItem(/* anything */ aValue){
+ // summary:
+ // Given any sort of value that could be in the raw json data,
+ // return true if we should interpret the value as being an
+ // item itself, rather than a literal value or a reference.
+ // example:
+ // | false == valueIsAnItem("Kermit");
+ // | false == valueIsAnItem(42);
+ // | false == valueIsAnItem(new Date());
+ // | false == valueIsAnItem({_type:'Date', _value:'May 14, 1802'});
+ // | false == valueIsAnItem({_reference:'Kermit'});
+ // | true == valueIsAnItem({name:'Kermit', color:'green'});
+ // | true == valueIsAnItem({iggy:'pop'});
+ // | true == valueIsAnItem({foo:42});
+ var isItem = (
+ (aValue != null) &&
+ (typeof aValue == "object") &&
+ (!dojo.isArray(aValue)) &&
+ (!dojo.isFunction(aValue)) &&
+ (aValue.constructor == Object) &&
+ (typeof aValue._reference == "undefined") &&
+ (typeof aValue._type == "undefined") &&
+ (typeof aValue._value == "undefined")
+ );
+ return isItem;
+ }
+
+ var self = this;
+ function addItemAndSubItemsToArrayOfAllItems(/* Item */ anItem){
+ self._arrayOfAllItems.push(anItem);
+ for(var attribute in anItem){
+ var valueForAttribute = anItem[attribute];
+ if(valueForAttribute){
+ if(dojo.isArray(valueForAttribute)){
+ var valueArray = valueForAttribute;
+ for(var k = 0; k < valueArray.length; ++k){
+ var singleValue = valueArray[k];
+ if(valueIsAnItem(singleValue)){
+ addItemAndSubItemsToArrayOfAllItems(singleValue);
+ }
+ }
+ }else{
+ if(valueIsAnItem(valueForAttribute)){
+ addItemAndSubItemsToArrayOfAllItems(valueForAttribute);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ this._labelAttr = dataObject.label;
+
+ // We need to do some transformations to convert the data structure
+ // that we read from the file into a format that will be convenient
+ // to work with in memory.
+
+ // Step 1: Walk through the object hierarchy and build a list of all items
+ var i;
+ var item;
+ this._arrayOfAllItems = [];
+ this._arrayOfTopLevelItems = dataObject.items;
+
+ for(i = 0; i < this._arrayOfTopLevelItems.length; ++i){
+ item = this._arrayOfTopLevelItems[i];
+ addItemAndSubItemsToArrayOfAllItems(item);
+ item[this._rootItemPropName]=true;
+ }
+
+ // Step 2: Walk through all the attribute values of all the items,
+ // and replace single values with arrays. For example, we change this:
+ // { name:'Miss Piggy', pets:'Foo-Foo'}
+ // into this:
+ // { name:['Miss Piggy'], pets:['Foo-Foo']}
+ //
+ // We also store the attribute names so we can validate our store
+ // reference and item id special properties for the O(1) isItem
+ var allAttributeNames = {};
+ var key;
+
+ for(i = 0; i < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++i){
+ item = this._arrayOfAllItems[i];
+ for(key in item){
+ if (key !== this._rootItemPropName)
+ {
+ var value = item[key];
+ if(value !== null){
+ if(!dojo.isArray(value)){
+ item[key] = [value];
+ }
+ }else{
+ item[key] = [null];
+ }
+ }
+ allAttributeNames[key]=key;
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Step 3: Build unique property names to use for the _storeRefPropName and _itemNumPropName
+ // This should go really fast, it will generally never even run the loop.
+ while(allAttributeNames[this._storeRefPropName]){
+ this._storeRefPropName += "_";
+ }
+ while(allAttributeNames[this._itemNumPropName]){
+ this._itemNumPropName += "_";
+ }
+
+ // Step 4: Some data files specify an optional 'identifier', which is
+ // the name of an attribute that holds the identity of each item.
+ // If this data file specified an identifier attribute, then build a
+ // hash table of items keyed by the identity of the items.
+ var arrayOfValues;
+
+ var identifier = dataObject.identifier;
+ if(identifier){
+ this._itemsByIdentity = {};
+ this._features['dojo.data.api.Identity'] = identifier;
+ for(i = 0; i < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++i){
+ item = this._arrayOfAllItems[i];
+ arrayOfValues = item[identifier];
+ var identity = arrayOfValues[0];
+ if(!this._itemsByIdentity[identity]){
+ this._itemsByIdentity[identity] = item;
+ }else{
+ if(this._jsonFileUrl){
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: The json data as specified by: [" + this._jsonFileUrl + "] is malformed. Items within the list have identifier: [" + identifier + "]. Value collided: [" + identity + "]");
+ }else if(this._jsonData){
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: The json data provided by the creation arguments is malformed. Items within the list have identifier: [" + identifier + "]. Value collided: [" + identity + "]");
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }else{
+ this._features['dojo.data.api.Identity'] = Number;
+ }
+
+ // Step 5: Walk through all the items, and set each item's properties
+ // for _storeRefPropName and _itemNumPropName, so that store.isItem() will return true.
+ for(i = 0; i < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++i){
+ item = this._arrayOfAllItems[i];
+ item[this._storeRefPropName] = this;
+ item[this._itemNumPropName] = i;
+ }
+
+ // Step 6: We walk through all the attribute values of all the items,
+ // looking for type/value literals and item-references.
+ //
+ // We replace item-references with pointers to items. For example, we change:
+ // { name:['Kermit'], friends:[{_reference:{name:'Miss Piggy'}}] }
+ // into this:
+ // { name:['Kermit'], friends:[miss_piggy] }
+ // (where miss_piggy is the object representing the 'Miss Piggy' item).
+ //
+ // We replace type/value pairs with typed-literals. For example, we change:
+ // { name:['Nelson Mandela'], born:[{_type:'Date', _value:'July 18, 1918'}] }
+ // into this:
+ // { name:['Kermit'], born:(new Date('July 18, 1918')) }
+ //
+ // We also generate the associate map for all items for the O(1) isItem function.
+ for(i = 0; i < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++i){
+ item = this._arrayOfAllItems[i]; // example: { name:['Kermit'], friends:[{_reference:{name:'Miss Piggy'}}] }
+ for(key in item){
+ arrayOfValues = item[key]; // example: [{_reference:{name:'Miss Piggy'}}]
+ for(var j = 0; j < arrayOfValues.length; ++j) {
+ value = arrayOfValues[j]; // example: {_reference:{name:'Miss Piggy'}}
+ if(value !== null && typeof value == "object"){
+ if(value._type && value._value){
+ var type = value._type; // examples: 'Date', 'Color', or 'ComplexNumber'
+ var mappingObj = this._datatypeMap[type]; // examples: Date, dojo.Color, foo.math.ComplexNumber, {type: dojo.Color, deserialize(value){ return new dojo.Color(value)}}
+ if(!mappingObj){
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: in the typeMap constructor arg, no object class was specified for the datatype '" + type + "'");
+ }else if(dojo.isFunction(mappingObj)){
+ arrayOfValues[j] = new mappingObj(value._value);
+ }else if(dojo.isFunction(mappingObj.deserialize)){
+ arrayOfValues[j] = mappingObj.deserialize(value._value);
+ }else{
+ throw new Error("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore: Value provided in typeMap was neither a constructor, nor a an object with a deserialize function");
+ }
+ }
+ if(value._reference){
+ var referenceDescription = value._reference; // example: {name:'Miss Piggy'}
+ if(dojo.isString(referenceDescription)){
+ // example: 'Miss Piggy'
+ // from an item like: { name:['Kermit'], friends:[{_reference:'Miss Piggy'}]}
+ arrayOfValues[j] = this._itemsByIdentity[referenceDescription];
+ }else{
+ // example: {name:'Miss Piggy'}
+ // from an item like: { name:['Kermit'], friends:[{_reference:{name:'Miss Piggy'}}] }
+ for(var k = 0; k < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++k){
+ var candidateItem = this._arrayOfAllItems[k];
+ var found = true;
+ for(var refKey in referenceDescription){
+ if(candidateItem[refKey] != referenceDescription[refKey]){
+ found = false;
+ }
+ }
+ if(found){
+ arrayOfValues[j] = candidateItem;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ },
+
+ getIdentity: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Identity.getIdentity()
+ var identifier = this._features['dojo.data.api.Identity'];
+ if(identifier === Number){
+ return item[this._itemNumPropName]; // Number
+ }else{
+ var arrayOfValues = item[identifier];
+ if(arrayOfValues){
+ return arrayOfValues[0]; // Object || String
+ }
+ }
+ return null; // null
+ },
+
+ fetchItemByIdentity: function(/* Object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Identity.fetchItemByIdentity()
+
+ // Hasn't loaded yet, we have to trigger the load.
+ if(!this._loadFinished){
+ var self = this;
+ if(this._jsonFileUrl){
+
+ if(this._loadInProgress){
+ this._queuedFetches.push({args: keywordArgs});
+ }else{
+ this._loadInProgress = true;
+ var getArgs = {
+ url: self._jsonFileUrl,
+ handleAs: "json-comment-optional"
+ };
+ var getHandler = dojo.xhrGet(getArgs);
+ getHandler.addCallback(function(data){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope?keywordArgs.scope:dojo.global;
+ try{
+ self._getItemsFromLoadedData(data);
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+ var item = self._getItemByIdentity(keywordArgs.identity);
+ if(keywordArgs.onItem){
+ keywordArgs.onItem.call(scope, item);
+ }
+ self._handleQueuedFetches();
+ }catch(error){
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+ if(keywordArgs.onError){
+ keywordArgs.onError.call(scope, error);
+ }
+ }
+ });
+ getHandler.addErrback(function(error){
+ self._loadInProgress = false;
+ if(keywordArgs.onError){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope?keywordArgs.scope:dojo.global;
+ keywordArgs.onError.call(scope, error);
+ }
+ });
+ }
+
+ }else if(this._jsonData){
+ // Passed in data, no need to xhr.
+ self._getItemsFromLoadedData(self._jsonData);
+ self._jsonData = null;
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ var item = self._getItemByIdentity(keywordArgs.identity);
+ if(keywordArgs.onItem){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope?keywordArgs.scope:dojo.global;
+ keywordArgs.onItem.call(scope, item);
+ }
+ }
+ }else{
+ // Already loaded. We can just look it up and call back.
+ var item = this._getItemByIdentity(keywordArgs.identity);
+ if(keywordArgs.onItem){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope?keywordArgs.scope:dojo.global;
+ keywordArgs.onItem.call(scope, item);
+ }
+ }
+ },
+
+ _getItemByIdentity: function(/* Object */ identity){
+ // summary:
+ // Internal function to look an item up by its identity map.
+ var item = null;
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ item = this._itemsByIdentity[identity];
+ }else{
+ item = this._arrayOfAllItems[identity];
+ }
+ if(item === undefined){
+ item = null;
+ }
+ return item; // Object
+ },
+
+ getIdentityAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Identity.getIdentifierAttributes()
+
+ var identifier = this._features['dojo.data.api.Identity'];
+ if(identifier === Number){
+ // If (identifier === Number) it means getIdentity() just returns
+ // an integer item-number for each item. The dojo.data.api.Identity
+ // spec says we need to return null if the identity is not composed
+ // of attributes
+ return null; // null
+ }else{
+ return [identifier]; // Array
+ }
+ },
+
+ _forceLoad: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Internal function to force a load of the store if it hasn't occurred yet. This is required
+ // for specific functions to work properly.
+ var self = this;
+ if(this._jsonFileUrl){
+ var getArgs = {
+ url: self._jsonFileUrl,
+ handleAs: "json-comment-optional",
+ sync: true
+ };
+ var getHandler = dojo.xhrGet(getArgs);
+ getHandler.addCallback(function(data){
+ try{
+ //Check to be sure there wasn't another load going on concurrently
+ //So we don't clobber data that comes in on it. If there is a load going on
+ //then do not save this data. It will potentially clobber current data.
+ //We mainly wanted to sync/wait here.
+ //TODO: Revisit the loading scheme of this store to improve multi-initial
+ //request handling.
+ if (self._loadInProgress !== true && !self._loadFinished) {
+ self._getItemsFromLoadedData(data);
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ }
+ }catch(e){
+ console.log(e);
+ throw e;
+ }
+ });
+ getHandler.addErrback(function(error){
+ throw error;
+ });
+ }else if(this._jsonData){
+ self._getItemsFromLoadedData(self._jsonData);
+ self._jsonData = null;
+ self._loadFinished = true;
+ }
+ }
+});
+//Mix in the simple fetch implementation to this class.
+dojo.extend(dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore,dojo.data.util.simpleFetch);
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/ItemFileWriteStore.js b/media/dojo/data/ItemFileWriteStore.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..0ed2b9c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/ItemFileWriteStore.js
@@ -0,0 +1,547 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.ItemFileWriteStore"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.ItemFileWriteStore"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.ItemFileWriteStore");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.ItemFileWriteStore", dojo.data.ItemFileReadStore, {
+ constructor: function(/* object */ keywordParameters){
+ // keywordParameters: {typeMap: object)
+ // The structure of the typeMap object is as follows:
+ // {
+ // type0: function || object,
+ // type1: function || object,
+ // ...
+ // typeN: function || object
+ // }
+ // Where if it is a function, it is assumed to be an object constructor that takes the
+ // value of _value as the initialization parameters. It is serialized assuming object.toString()
+ // serialization. If it is an object, then it is assumed
+ // to be an object of general form:
+ // {
+ // type: function, //constructor.
+ // deserialize: function(value) //The function that parses the value and constructs the object defined by type appropriately.
+ // serialize: function(object) //The function that converts the object back into the proper file format form.
+ // }
+
+ // ItemFileWriteStore extends ItemFileReadStore to implement these additional dojo.data APIs
+ this._features['dojo.data.api.Write'] = true;
+ this._features['dojo.data.api.Notification'] = true;
+
+ // For keeping track of changes so that we can implement isDirty and revert
+ this._pending = {
+ _newItems:{},
+ _modifiedItems:{},
+ _deletedItems:{}
+ };
+
+ if(!this._datatypeMap['Date'].serialize){
+ this._datatypeMap['Date'].serialize = function(obj){
+ return dojo.date.stamp.toISOString(obj, {zulu:true});
+ }
+ }
+
+ // this._saveInProgress is set to true, briefly, from when save() is first called to when it completes
+ this._saveInProgress = false;
+ },
+
+ _assert: function(/* boolean */ condition){
+ if(!condition) {
+ throw new Error("assertion failed in ItemFileWriteStore");
+ }
+ },
+
+ _getIdentifierAttribute: function(){
+ var identifierAttribute = this.getFeatures()['dojo.data.api.Identity'];
+ // this._assert((identifierAttribute === Number) || (dojo.isString(identifierAttribute)));
+ return identifierAttribute;
+ },
+
+
+/* dojo.data.api.Write */
+
+ newItem: function(/* Object? */ keywordArgs, /* Object? */ parentInfo){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.newItem()
+
+ this._assert(!this._saveInProgress);
+
+ if (!this._loadFinished){
+ // We need to do this here so that we'll be able to find out what
+ // identifierAttribute was specified in the data file.
+ this._forceLoad();
+ }
+
+ if(typeof keywordArgs != "object" && typeof keywordArgs != "undefined"){
+ throw new Error("newItem() was passed something other than an object");
+ }
+ var newIdentity = null;
+ var identifierAttribute = this._getIdentifierAttribute();
+ if(identifierAttribute === Number){
+ newIdentity = this._arrayOfAllItems.length;
+ }else{
+ newIdentity = keywordArgs[identifierAttribute];
+ if (typeof newIdentity === "undefined"){
+ throw new Error("newItem() was not passed an identity for the new item");
+ }
+ if (dojo.isArray(newIdentity)){
+ throw new Error("newItem() was not passed an single-valued identity");
+ }
+ }
+
+ // make sure this identity is not already in use by another item, if identifiers were
+ // defined in the file. Otherwise it would be the item count,
+ // which should always be unique in this case.
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ this._assert(typeof this._itemsByIdentity[newIdentity] === "undefined");
+ }
+ this._assert(typeof this._pending._newItems[newIdentity] === "undefined");
+ this._assert(typeof this._pending._deletedItems[newIdentity] === "undefined");
+
+ var newItem = {};
+ newItem[this._storeRefPropName] = this;
+ newItem[this._itemNumPropName] = this._arrayOfAllItems.length;
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ this._itemsByIdentity[newIdentity] = newItem;
+ }
+ this._arrayOfAllItems.push(newItem);
+
+ //We need to construct some data for the onNew call too...
+ var pInfo = null;
+
+ // Now we need to check to see where we want to assign this thingm if any.
+ if(parentInfo && parentInfo.parent && parentInfo.attribute){
+ pInfo = {
+ item: parentInfo.parent,
+ attribute: parentInfo.attribute,
+ oldValue: undefined
+ };
+
+ //See if it is multi-valued or not and handle appropriately
+ //Generally, all attributes are multi-valued for this store
+ //So, we only need to append if there are already values present.
+ var values = this.getValues(parentInfo.parent, parentInfo.attribute);
+ if(values && values.length > 0){
+ var tempValues = values.slice(0, values.length);
+ if(values.length === 1){
+ pInfo.oldValue = values[0];
+ }else{
+ pInfo.oldValue = values.slice(0, values.length);
+ }
+ tempValues.push(newItem);
+ this._setValueOrValues(parentInfo.parent, parentInfo.attribute, tempValues, false);
+ pInfo.newValue = this.getValues(parentInfo.parent, parentInfo.attribute);
+ }else{
+ this._setValueOrValues(parentInfo.parent, parentInfo.attribute, newItem, false);
+ pInfo.newValue = newItem;
+ }
+ }else{
+ //Toplevel item, add to both top list as well as all list.
+ newItem[this._rootItemPropName]=true;
+ this._arrayOfTopLevelItems.push(newItem);
+ }
+
+ this._pending._newItems[newIdentity] = newItem;
+
+ //Clone over the properties to the new item
+ for(var key in keywordArgs){
+ if(key === this._storeRefPropName || key === this._itemNumPropName){
+ // Bummer, the user is trying to do something like
+ // newItem({_S:"foo"}). Unfortunately, our superclass,
+ // ItemFileReadStore, is already using _S in each of our items
+ // to hold private info. To avoid a naming collision, we
+ // need to move all our private info to some other property
+ // of all the items/objects. So, we need to iterate over all
+ // the items and do something like:
+ // item.__S = item._S;
+ // item._S = undefined;
+ // But first we have to make sure the new "__S" variable is
+ // not in use, which means we have to iterate over all the
+ // items checking for that.
+ throw new Error("encountered bug in ItemFileWriteStore.newItem");
+ }
+ var value = keywordArgs[key];
+ if(!dojo.isArray(value)){
+ value = [value];
+ }
+ newItem[key] = value;
+ }
+ this.onNew(newItem, pInfo); // dojo.data.api.Notification call
+ return newItem; // item
+ },
+
+ _removeArrayElement: function(/* Array */ array, /* anything */ element){
+ var index = dojo.indexOf(array, element);
+ if (index != -1){
+ array.splice(index, 1);
+ return true;
+ }
+ return false;
+ },
+
+ deleteItem: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.deleteItem()
+ this._assert(!this._saveInProgress);
+ this._assertIsItem(item);
+
+ // remove this item from the _arrayOfAllItems, but leave a null value in place
+ // of the item, so as not to change the length of the array, so that in newItem()
+ // we can still safely do: newIdentity = this._arrayOfAllItems.length;
+ var indexInArrayOfAllItems = item[this._itemNumPropName];
+ this._arrayOfAllItems[indexInArrayOfAllItems] = null;
+
+ var identity = this.getIdentity(item);
+ item[this._storeRefPropName] = null;
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ delete this._itemsByIdentity[identity];
+ }
+ this._pending._deletedItems[identity] = item;
+
+ //Remove from the toplevel items, if necessary...
+ if(item[this._rootItemPropName]){
+ this._removeArrayElement(this._arrayOfTopLevelItems, item);
+ }
+ this.onDelete(item); // dojo.data.api.Notification call
+ return true;
+ },
+
+ setValue: function(/* item */ item, /* attribute-name-string */ attribute, /* almost anything */ value){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.set()
+ return this._setValueOrValues(item, attribute, value, true); // boolean
+ },
+
+ setValues: function(/* item */ item, /* attribute-name-string */ attribute, /* array */ values){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.setValues()
+ return this._setValueOrValues(item, attribute, values, true); // boolean
+ },
+
+ unsetAttribute: function(/* item */ item, /* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.unsetAttribute()
+ return this._setValueOrValues(item, attribute, [], true);
+ },
+
+ _setValueOrValues: function(/* item */ item, /* attribute-name-string */ attribute, /* anything */ newValueOrValues, /*boolean?*/ callOnSet){
+ this._assert(!this._saveInProgress);
+
+ // Check for valid arguments
+ this._assertIsItem(item);
+ this._assert(dojo.isString(attribute));
+ this._assert(typeof newValueOrValues !== "undefined");
+
+ // Make sure the user isn't trying to change the item's identity
+ var identifierAttribute = this._getIdentifierAttribute();
+ if(attribute == identifierAttribute){
+ throw new Error("ItemFileWriteStore does not have support for changing the value of an item's identifier.");
+ }
+
+ // To implement the Notification API, we need to make a note of what
+ // the old attribute value was, so that we can pass that info when
+ // we call the onSet method.
+ var oldValueOrValues = this._getValueOrValues(item, attribute);
+
+ var identity = this.getIdentity(item);
+ if(!this._pending._modifiedItems[identity]){
+ // Before we actually change the item, we make a copy of it to
+ // record the original state, so that we'll be able to revert if
+ // the revert method gets called. If the item has already been
+ // modified then there's no need to do this now, since we already
+ // have a record of the original state.
+ var copyOfItemState = {};
+ for(var key in item){
+ if((key === this._storeRefPropName) || (key === this._itemNumPropName) || (key === this._rootItemPropName)){
+ copyOfItemState[key] = item[key];
+ }else{
+ var valueArray = item[key];
+ var copyOfValueArray = [];
+ for(var i = 0; i < valueArray.length; ++i){
+ copyOfValueArray.push(valueArray[i]);
+ }
+ copyOfItemState[key] = copyOfValueArray;
+ }
+ }
+ // Now mark the item as dirty, and save the copy of the original state
+ this._pending._modifiedItems[identity] = copyOfItemState;
+ }
+
+ // Okay, now we can actually change this attribute on the item
+ var success = false;
+ if(dojo.isArray(newValueOrValues) && newValueOrValues.length === 0){
+ // If we were passed an empty array as the value, that counts
+ // as "unsetting" the attribute, so we need to remove this
+ // attribute from the item.
+ success = delete item[attribute];
+ newValueOrValues = undefined; // used in the onSet Notification call below
+ }else{
+ var newValueArray = [];
+ if(dojo.isArray(newValueOrValues)){
+ var newValues = newValueOrValues;
+ // Unforunately, it's not safe to just do this:
+ // newValueArray = newValues;
+ // Instead, we need to take each value in the values array and copy
+ // it into the new array, so that our internal data structure won't
+ // get corrupted if the user mucks with the values array *after*
+ // calling setValues().
+ for(var j = 0; j < newValues.length; ++j){
+ newValueArray.push(newValues[j]);
+ }
+ }else{
+ var newValue = newValueOrValues;
+ newValueArray.push(newValue);
+ }
+ item[attribute] = newValueArray;
+ success = true;
+ }
+
+ // Now we make the dojo.data.api.Notification call
+ if(callOnSet){
+ this.onSet(item, attribute, oldValueOrValues, newValueOrValues);
+ }
+ return success; // boolean
+ },
+
+ _getValueOrValues: function(/* item */ item, /* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ var valueOrValues = undefined;
+ if(this.hasAttribute(item, attribute)){
+ var valueArray = this.getValues(item, attribute);
+ if(valueArray.length == 1){
+ valueOrValues = valueArray[0];
+ }else{
+ valueOrValues = valueArray;
+ }
+ }
+ return valueOrValues;
+ },
+
+ _flatten: function(/* anything */ value){
+ if(this.isItem(value)){
+ var item = value;
+ // Given an item, return an serializable object that provides a
+ // reference to the item.
+ // For example, given kermit:
+ // var kermit = store.newItem({id:2, name:"Kermit"});
+ // we want to return
+ // {_reference:2}
+ var identity = this.getIdentity(item);
+ var referenceObject = {_reference: identity};
+ return referenceObject;
+ }else{
+ if(typeof value === "object"){
+ for(type in this._datatypeMap){
+ var typeMap = this._datatypeMap[type];
+ if (dojo.isObject(typeMap) && !dojo.isFunction(typeMap)){
+ if(value instanceof typeMap.type){
+ if(!typeMap.serialize){
+ throw new Error("ItemFileWriteStore: No serializer defined for type mapping: [" + type + "]");
+ }
+ return {_type: type, _value: typeMap.serialize(value)};
+ }
+ } else if(value instanceof typeMap){
+ //SImple mapping, therefore, return as a toString serialization.
+ return {_type: type, _value: value.toString()};
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ return value;
+ }
+ },
+
+ _getNewFileContentString: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Generate a string that can be saved to a file.
+ // The result should look similar to:
+ // http://trac.dojotoolkit.org/browser/dojo/trunk/tests/data/countries.json
+ var serializableStructure = {};
+
+ var identifierAttribute = this._getIdentifierAttribute();
+ if(identifierAttribute !== Number){
+ serializableStructure.identifier = identifierAttribute;
+ }
+ if(this._labelAttr){
+ serializableStructure.label = this._labelAttr;
+ }
+ serializableStructure.items = [];
+ for(var i = 0; i < this._arrayOfAllItems.length; ++i){
+ var item = this._arrayOfAllItems[i];
+ if(item !== null){
+ serializableItem = {};
+ for(var key in item){
+ if(key !== this._storeRefPropName && key !== this._itemNumPropName){
+ var attribute = key;
+ var valueArray = this.getValues(item, attribute);
+ if(valueArray.length == 1){
+ serializableItem[attribute] = this._flatten(valueArray[0]);
+ }else{
+ var serializableArray = [];
+ for(var j = 0; j < valueArray.length; ++j){
+ serializableArray.push(this._flatten(valueArray[j]));
+ serializableItem[attribute] = serializableArray;
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ serializableStructure.items.push(serializableItem);
+ }
+ }
+ var prettyPrint = true;
+ return dojo.toJson(serializableStructure, prettyPrint);
+ },
+
+ save: function(/* object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.save()
+ this._assert(!this._saveInProgress);
+
+ // this._saveInProgress is set to true, briefly, from when save is first called to when it completes
+ this._saveInProgress = true;
+
+ var self = this;
+ var saveCompleteCallback = function(){
+ self._pending = {
+ _newItems:{},
+ _modifiedItems:{},
+ _deletedItems:{}
+ };
+ self._saveInProgress = false; // must come after this._pending is cleared, but before any callbacks
+ if(keywordArgs && keywordArgs.onComplete){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope || dojo.global;
+ keywordArgs.onComplete.call(scope);
+ }
+ };
+ var saveFailedCallback = function(){
+ self._saveInProgress = false;
+ if(keywordArgs && keywordArgs.onError){
+ var scope = keywordArgs.scope || dojo.global;
+ keywordArgs.onError.call(scope);
+ }
+ };
+
+ if(this._saveEverything){
+ var newFileContentString = this._getNewFileContentString();
+ this._saveEverything(saveCompleteCallback, saveFailedCallback, newFileContentString);
+ }
+ if(this._saveCustom){
+ this._saveCustom(saveCompleteCallback, saveFailedCallback);
+ }
+ if(!this._saveEverything && !this._saveCustom){
+ // Looks like there is no user-defined save-handler function.
+ // That's fine, it just means the datastore is acting as a "mock-write"
+ // store -- changes get saved in memory but don't get saved to disk.
+ saveCompleteCallback();
+ }
+ },
+
+ revert: function(){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.revert()
+ this._assert(!this._saveInProgress);
+
+ var identity;
+ for(identity in this._pending._newItems){
+ var newItem = this._pending._newItems[identity];
+ newItem[this._storeRefPropName] = null;
+ // null out the new item, but don't change the array index so
+ // so we can keep using _arrayOfAllItems.length.
+ this._arrayOfAllItems[newItem[this._itemNumPropName]] = null;
+ if(newItem[this._rootItemPropName]){
+ this._removeArrayElement(this._arrayOfTopLevelItems, newItem);
+ }
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ delete this._itemsByIdentity[identity];
+ }
+ }
+ for(identity in this._pending._modifiedItems){
+ // find the original item and the modified item that replaced it
+ var originalItem = this._pending._modifiedItems[identity];
+ var modifiedItem = null;
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ modifiedItem = this._itemsByIdentity[identity];
+ }else{
+ modifiedItem = this._arrayOfAllItems[identity];
+ }
+
+ // make the original item into a full-fledged item again
+ originalItem[this._storeRefPropName] = this;
+ modifiedItem[this._storeRefPropName] = null;
+
+ // replace the modified item with the original one
+ var arrayIndex = modifiedItem[this._itemNumPropName];
+ this._arrayOfAllItems[arrayIndex] = originalItem;
+
+ if(modifiedItem[this._rootItemPropName]){
+ arrayIndex = modifiedItem[this._itemNumPropName];
+ this._arrayOfTopLevelItems[arrayIndex] = originalItem;
+ }
+ if(this._itemsByIdentity){
+ this._itemsByIdentity[identity] = originalItem;
+ }
+ }
+ for(identity in this._pending._deletedItems){
+ var deletedItem = this._pending._deletedItems[identity];
+ deletedItem[this._storeRefPropName] = this;
+ var index = deletedItem[this._itemNumPropName];
+ this._arrayOfAllItems[index] = deletedItem;
+ if (this._itemsByIdentity) {
+ this._itemsByIdentity[identity] = deletedItem;
+ }
+ if(deletedItem[this._rootItemPropName]){
+ this._arrayOfTopLevelItems.push(deletedItem);
+ }
+ }
+ this._pending = {
+ _newItems:{},
+ _modifiedItems:{},
+ _deletedItems:{}
+ };
+ return true; // boolean
+ },
+
+ isDirty: function(/* item? */ item){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Write.isDirty()
+ if(item){
+ // return true if the item is dirty
+ var identity = this.getIdentity(item);
+ return new Boolean(this._pending._newItems[identity] ||
+ this._pending._modifiedItems[identity] ||
+ this._pending._deletedItems[identity]); // boolean
+ }else{
+ // return true if the store is dirty -- which means return true
+ // if there are any new items, dirty items, or modified items
+ var key;
+ for(key in this._pending._newItems){
+ return true;
+ }
+ for(key in this._pending._modifiedItems){
+ return true;
+ }
+ for(key in this._pending._deletedItems){
+ return true;
+ }
+ return false; // boolean
+ }
+ },
+
+/* dojo.data.api.Notification */
+
+ onSet: function(/* item */ item,
+ /*attribute-name-string*/ attribute,
+ /*object | array*/ oldValue,
+ /*object | array*/ newValue){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Notification.onSet()
+
+ // No need to do anything. This method is here just so that the
+ // client code can connect observers to it.
+ },
+
+ onNew: function(/* item */ newItem, /*object?*/ parentInfo){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Notification.onNew()
+
+ // No need to do anything. This method is here just so that the
+ // client code can connect observers to it.
+ },
+
+ onDelete: function(/* item */ deletedItem){
+ // summary: See dojo.data.api.Notification.onDelete()
+
+ // No need to do anything. This method is here just so that the
+ // client code can connect observers to it.
+ }
+
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/api/Identity.js b/media/dojo/data/api/Identity.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d6d47f7
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/api/Identity.js
@@ -0,0 +1,107 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Identity"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Identity"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.api.Identity");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.api.Read");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.api.Identity", dojo.data.api.Read, {
+ // summary:
+ // This is an abstract API that data provider implementations conform to.
+ // This file defines methods signatures and intentionally leaves all the
+ // methods unimplemented.
+
+ getFeatures: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getFeatures()
+ return {
+ 'dojo.data.api.Read': true,
+ 'dojo.data.api.Identity': true
+ };
+ },
+
+ getIdentity: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a unique identifier for an item. The return value will be
+ // either a string or something that has a toString() method (such as,
+ // for example, a dojox.uuid.Uuid object).
+ // item:
+ // The item from the store from which to obtain its identifier.
+ // exceptions:
+ // Conforming implementations may throw an exception or return null if
+ // item is not an item.
+ // example:
+ // | var itemId = store.getIdentity(kermit);
+ // | assert(kermit === store.findByIdentity(store.getIdentity(kermit)));
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Identity.getIdentity');
+ var itemIdentityString = null;
+ return itemIdentityString; // string
+ },
+
+ getIdentityAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an array of attribute names that are used to generate the identity.
+ // For most stores, this is a single attribute, but for some complex stores
+ // such as RDB backed stores that use compound (multi-attribute) identifiers
+ // it can be more than one. If the identity is not composed of attributes
+ // on the item, it will return null. This function is intended to identify
+ // the attributes that comprise the identity so that so that during a render
+ // of all attributes, the UI can hide the the identity information if it
+ // chooses.
+ // item:
+ // The item from the store from which to obtain the array of public attributes that
+ // compose the identifier, if any.
+ // example:
+ // | var itemId = store.getIdentity(kermit);
+ // | var identifiers = store.getIdentityAttributes(itemId);
+ // | assert(typeof identifiers === "array" || identifiers === null);
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Identity.getIdentityAttributes');
+ return null; // string
+ },
+
+
+ fetchItemByIdentity: function(/* object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // Given the identity of an item, this method returns the item that has
+ // that identity through the onItem callback. Conforming implementations
+ // should return null if there is no item with the given identity.
+ // Implementations of fetchItemByIdentity() may sometimes return an item
+ // from a local cache and may sometimes fetch an item from a remote server,
+ //
+ // keywordArgs:
+ // An anonymous object that defines the item to locate and callbacks to invoke when the
+ // item has been located and load has completed. The format of the object is as follows:
+ // {
+ // identity: string|object,
+ // onItem: Function,
+ // onError: Function,
+ // scope: object
+ // }
+ // The *identity* parameter.
+ // The identity parameter is the identity of the item you wish to locate and load
+ // This attribute is required. It should be a string or an object that toString()
+ // can be called on.
+ //
+ // The *onItem* parameter.
+ // Function(item)
+ // The onItem parameter is the callback to invoke when the item has been loaded. It takes only one
+ // parameter, the item located, or null if none found.
+ //
+ // The *onError* parameter.
+ // Function(error)
+ // The onError parameter is the callback to invoke when the item load encountered an error. It takes only one
+ // parameter, the error object
+ //
+ // The *scope* parameter.
+ // If a scope object is provided, all of the callback functions (onItem,
+ // onError, etc) will be invoked in the context of the scope object.
+ // In the body of the callback function, the value of the "this"
+ // keyword will be the scope object. If no scope object is provided,
+ // the callback functions will be called in the context of dojo.global.
+ // For example, onItem.call(scope, item, request) vs.
+ // onItem.call(dojo.global, item, request)
+ if (!this.isItemLoaded(keywordArgs.item)) {
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Identity.fetchItemByIdentity');
+ }
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/api/Notification.js b/media/dojo/data/api/Notification.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..72708d1
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/api/Notification.js
@@ -0,0 +1,119 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Notification"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Notification"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.api.Notification");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.api.Read");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.api.Notification", dojo.data.api.Read, {
+ // summary:
+ // This is an abstract API that data provider implementations conform to.
+ // This file defines functions signatures and intentionally leaves all the
+ // functions unimplemented.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // This API defines a set of APIs that all datastores that conform to the
+ // Notifications API must implement. In general, most stores will implement
+ // these APIs as no-op functions for users who wish to monitor them to be able
+ // to connect to then via dojo.connect(). For non-users of dojo.connect,
+ // they should be able to just replace the function on the store to obtain
+ // notifications. Both read-only and read-write stores may implement
+ // this feature. In the case of a read-only store, this feature makes sense if
+ // the store itself does internal polling to a back-end server and periodically updates
+ // its cache of items (deletes, adds, and updates).
+ //
+ // example:
+ //
+ // | function onSet(item, attribute, oldValue, newValue) {
+ // | //Do something with the information...
+ // | };
+ // | var store = new some.newStore();
+ // | dojo.connect(store, "onSet", onSet);
+
+ getFeatures: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getFeatures()
+ return {
+ 'dojo.data.api.Read': true,
+ 'dojo.data.api.Notification': true
+ };
+ },
+
+ onSet: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* object | array */ oldValue,
+ /* object | array */ newValue){
+ // summary:
+ // This function is called any time an item is modified via setValue, setValues, unsetAttribute, etc.
+ // description:
+ // This function is called any time an item is modified via setValue, setValues, unsetAttribute, etc.
+ // Its purpose is to provide a hook point for those who wish to monitor actions on items in the store
+ // in a simple manner. The general expected usage is to dojo.connect() to the store's
+ // implementation and be called after the store function is called.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item being modified.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute being changed represented as a string name.
+ // oldValue:
+ // The old value of the attribute. In the case of single value calls, such as setValue, unsetAttribute, etc,
+ // this value will be generally be an atomic value of some sort (string, int, etc, object). In the case of
+ // multi-valued attributes, it will be an array.
+ // newValue:
+ // The new value of the attribute. In the case of single value calls, such as setValue, this value will be
+ // generally be an atomic value of some sort (string, int, etc, object). In the case of multi-valued attributes,
+ // it will be an array. In the case of unsetAttribute, the new value will be 'undefined'.
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // Nothing.
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Notification.onSet');
+ },
+
+ onNew: function(/* item */ newItem, /*object?*/ parentInfo){
+ // summary:
+ // This function is called any time a new item is created in the store.
+ // It is called immediately after the store newItem processing has completed.
+ // description:
+ // This function is called any time a new item is created in the store.
+ // It is called immediately after the store newItem processing has completed.
+ //
+ // newItem:
+ // The item created.
+ // parentInfo:
+ // An optional javascript object that is passed when the item created was placed in the store
+ // hierarchy as a value f another item's attribute, instead of a root level item. Note that if this
+ // function is invoked with a value for parentInfo, then onSet is not invoked stating the attribute of
+ // the parent item was modified. This is to avoid getting two notification events occurring when a new item
+ // with a parent is created. The structure passed in is as follows:
+ // {
+ // item: someItem, //The parent item
+ // attribute: "attribute-name-string", //The attribute the new item was assigned to.
+ // oldValue: something //Whatever was the previous value for the attribute.
+ // //If it is a single-value attribute only, then this value will be a single value.
+ // //If it was a multi-valued attribute, then this will be an array of all the values minues the new one.
+ // newValue: something //The new value of the attribute. In the case of single value calls, such as setValue, this value will be
+ // //generally be an atomic value of some sort (string, int, etc, object). In the case of multi-valued attributes,
+ // //it will be an array.
+ // }
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // Nothing.
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Notification.onNew');
+ },
+
+ onDelete: function(/* item */ deletedItem){
+ // summary:
+ // This function is called any time an item is deleted from the store.
+ // It is called immediately after the store deleteItem processing has completed.
+ // description:
+ // This function is called any time an item is deleted from the store.
+ // It is called immediately after the store deleteItem processing has completed.
+ //
+ // deletedItem:
+ // The item deleted.
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // Nothing.
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Notification.onDelete');
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/api/Read.js b/media/dojo/data/api/Read.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..8727aab
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/api/Read.js
@@ -0,0 +1,499 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Read"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Read"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.api.Read");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.api.Request");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.api.Read", null, {
+ // summary:
+ // This is an abstract API that data provider implementations conform to.
+ // This file defines methods signatures and intentionally leaves all the
+ // methods unimplemented. For more information on the dojo.data APIs,
+ // please visit: http://www.dojotoolkit.org/node/98
+
+ getValue: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* value? */ defaultValue){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a single attribute value.
+ // Returns defaultValue if and only if *item* does not have a value for *attribute*.
+ // Returns null if and only if null was explicitly set as the attribute value.
+ // Returns undefined if and only if the item does not have a value for the given
+ // attribute (which is the same as saying the item does not have the attribute).
+ // description:
+ // Saying that an "item x does not have a value for an attribute y"
+ // is identical to saying that an "item x does not have attribute y".
+ // It is an oxymoron to say "that attribute is present but has no values"
+ // or "the item has that attribute but does not have any attribute values".
+ // If store.hasAttribute(item, attribute) returns false, then
+ // store.getValue(item, attribute) will return undefined.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to access values on.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to access represented as a string.
+ // defaultValue:
+ // Optional. A default value to use for the getValue return in the attribute does not exist or has no value.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or *attribute* is not a string
+ // example:
+ // | var darthVader = store.getValue(lukeSkywalker, "father");
+ var attributeValue = null;
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.getValue');
+ return attributeValue; // a literal, an item, null, or undefined (never an array)
+ },
+
+ getValues: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ // summary:
+ // This getValues() method works just like the getValue() method, but getValues()
+ // always returns an array rather than a single attribute value. The array
+ // may be empty, may contain a single attribute value, or may contain many
+ // attribute values.
+ // If the item does not have a value for the given attribute, then getValues()
+ // will return an empty array: []. (So, if store.hasAttribute(item, attribute)
+ // returns false, then store.getValues(item, attribute) will return [].)
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to access values on.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to access represented as a string.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or *attribute* is not a string
+ // example:
+ // | var friendsOfLuke = store.getValues(lukeSkywalker, "friends");
+ var array = [];
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.getValues');
+ return array; // an array that may contain literals and items
+ },
+
+ getAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns an array with all the attributes that this item has. This
+ // method will always return an array; if the item has no attributes
+ // at all, getAttributes() will return an empty array: [].
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to access attributes on.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or *attribute* is not a string
+ // example:
+ // | var array = store.getAttributes(kermit);
+ var array = [];
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.getAttributes');
+ return array; // array
+ },
+
+ hasAttribute: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if the given *item* has a value for the given *attribute*.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to access attributes on.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to access represented as a string.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or *attribute* is not a string
+ // example:
+ // | var trueOrFalse = store.hasAttribute(kermit, "color");
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.hasAttribute');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ containsValue: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* attribute-name-string */ attribute,
+ /* anything */ value){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if the given *value* is one of the values that getValues()
+ // would return.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to access values on.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute to access represented as a string.
+ // value:
+ // The value to match as a value for the attribute.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or *attribute* is not a string
+ // example:
+ // | var trueOrFalse = store.containsValue(kermit, "color", "green");
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.containsValue');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ isItem: function(/* anything */ something){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns true if *something* is an item and came from the store instance.
+ // Returns false if *something* is a literal, an item from another store instance,
+ // or is any object other than an item.
+ //
+ // something:
+ // Can be anything.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | var yes = store.isItem(store.newItem());
+ // | var no = store.isItem("green");
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.isItem');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ isItemLoaded: function(/* anything */ something) {
+ // summary:
+ // Returns false if isItem(something) is false. Returns false if
+ // if isItem(something) is true but the the item is not yet loaded
+ // in local memory (for example, if the item has not yet been read
+ // from the server).
+ //
+ // something:
+ // Can be anything.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | var yes = store.isItemLoaded(store.newItem());
+ // | var no = store.isItemLoaded("green");
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.isItemLoaded');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ loadItem: function(/* object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // Given an item, this method loads the item so that a subsequent call
+ // to store.isItemLoaded(item) will return true. If a call to
+ // isItemLoaded() returns true before loadItem() is even called,
+ // then loadItem() need not do any work at all and will not even invoke
+ // the callback handlers. So, before invoking this method, check that
+ // the item has not already been loaded.
+ // keywordArgs:
+ // An anonymous object that defines the item to load and callbacks to invoke when the
+ // load has completed. The format of the object is as follows:
+ // {
+ // item: object,
+ // onItem: Function,
+ // onError: Function,
+ // scope: object
+ // }
+ // The *item* parameter.
+ // The item parameter is an object that represents the item in question that should be
+ // contained by the store. This attribute is required.
+
+ // The *onItem* parameter.
+ // Function(item)
+ // The onItem parameter is the callback to invoke when the item has been loaded. It takes only one
+ // parameter, the fully loaded item.
+ //
+ // The *onError* parameter.
+ // Function(error)
+ // The onError parameter is the callback to invoke when the item load encountered an error. It takes only one
+ // parameter, the error object
+ //
+ // The *scope* parameter.
+ // If a scope object is provided, all of the callback functions (onItem,
+ // onError, etc) will be invoked in the context of the scope object.
+ // In the body of the callback function, the value of the "this"
+ // keyword will be the scope object. If no scope object is provided,
+ // the callback functions will be called in the context of dojo.global().
+ // For example, onItem.call(scope, item, request) vs.
+ // onItem.call(dojo.global(), item, request)
+ if (!this.isItemLoaded(keywordArgs.item)) {
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.loadItem');
+ }
+ },
+
+ fetch: function(/* Object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // Given a query and set of defined options, such as a start and count of items to return,
+ // this method executes the query and makes the results available as data items.
+ // The format and expectations of stores is that they operate in a generally asynchronous
+ // manner, therefore callbacks are always used to return items located by the fetch parameters.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // A Request object will always be returned and is returned immediately.
+ // The basic request is nothing more than the keyword args passed to fetch and
+ // an additional function attached, abort(). The returned request object may then be used
+ // to cancel a fetch. All data items returns are passed through the callbacks defined in the
+ // fetch parameters and are not present on the 'request' object.
+ //
+ // This does not mean that custom stores can not add methods and properties to the request object
+ // returned, only that the API does not require it. For more info about the Request API,
+ // see dojo.data.api.Request
+ //
+ // keywordArgs:
+ // The keywordArgs parameter may either be an instance of
+ // conforming to dojo.data.api.Request or may be a simple anonymous object
+ // that may contain any of the following:
+ // {
+ // query: query-string or query-object,
+ // queryOptions: object,
+ // onBegin: Function,
+ // onItem: Function,
+ // onComplete: Function,
+ // onError: Function,
+ // scope: object,
+ // start: int
+ // count: int
+ // sort: array
+ // }
+ // All implementations should accept keywordArgs objects with any of
+ // the 9 standard properties: query, onBegin, onItem, onComplete, onError
+ // scope, sort, start, and count. Some implementations may accept additional
+ // properties in the keywordArgs object as valid parameters, such as
+ // {includeOutliers:true}.
+ //
+ // The *query* parameter.
+ // The query may be optional in some data store implementations.
+ // The dojo.data.api.Read API does not specify the syntax or semantics
+ // of the query itself -- each different data store implementation
+ // may have its own notion of what a query should look like.
+ // In most implementations the query will probably be a string, but
+ // in some implementations the query might be a Date, or a number,
+ // or some complex keyword parameter object. The dojo.data.api.Read
+ // API is completely agnostic about what the query actually is.
+ // In general for query objects that accept strings as attribute value matches,
+ // the store should support basic filtering capability, such as * (match any character)
+ // and ? (match single character).
+ //
+ // The *queryOptions* parameter
+ // The queryOptions parameter is an optional parameter used to specify optiosn that may modify
+ // the query in some fashion, such as doing a case insensitive search, or doing a deep search
+ // where all items in a hierarchical representation of data are scanned instead of just the root
+ // items. It currently defines two options that all datastores should attempt to honor if possible:
+ // {
+ // ignoreCase: boolean, //Whether or not the query should match case sensitively or not. Default behaviour is false.
+ // deep: boolean //Whether or not a fetch should do a deep search of items and all child
+ // //items instead of just root-level items in a datastore. Default is false.
+ // }
+ //
+ // The *onBegin* parameter.
+ // function(size, request);
+ // If an onBegin callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called just once, before the first onItem callback is called.
+ // The onBegin callback function will be passed two arguments, the
+ // the total number of items identified and the Request object. If the total number is
+ // unknown, then size will be -1. Note that size is not necessarily the size of the
+ // collection of items returned from the query, as the request may have specified to return only a
+ // subset of the total set of items through the use of the start and count parameters.
+ //
+ // The *onItem* parameter.
+ // function(item, request);
+ // If an onItem callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called as each item in the result is received. The callback
+ // function will be passed two arguments: the item itself, and the
+ // Request object.
+ //
+ // The *onComplete* parameter.
+ // function(items, request);
+ //
+ // If an onComplete callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called just once, after the last onItem callback is called.
+ // Note that if the onItem callback is not present, then onComplete will be passed
+ // an array containing all items which matched the query and the request object.
+ // If the onItem callback is present, then onComplete is called as:
+ // onComplete(null, request).
+ //
+ // The *onError* parameter.
+ // function(errorData, request);
+ // If an onError callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called if there is any sort of error while attempting to
+ // execute the query.
+ // The onError callback function will be passed two arguments:
+ // an Error object and the Request object.
+ //
+ // The *scope* parameter.
+ // If a scope object is provided, all of the callback functions (onItem,
+ // onComplete, onError, etc) will be invoked in the context of the scope
+ // object. In the body of the callback function, the value of the "this"
+ // keyword will be the scope object. If no scope object is provided,
+ // the callback functions will be called in the context of dojo.global().
+ // For example, onItem.call(scope, item, request) vs.
+ // onItem.call(dojo.global(), item, request)
+ //
+ // The *start* parameter.
+ // If a start parameter is specified, this is a indication to the datastore to
+ // only start returning items once the start number of items have been located and
+ // skipped. When this parameter is paired withh 'count', the store should be able
+ // to page across queries with millions of hits by only returning subsets of the
+ // hits for each query
+ //
+ // The *count* parameter.
+ // If a count parameter is specified, this is a indication to the datastore to
+ // only return up to that many items. This allows a fetch call that may have
+ // millions of item matches to be paired down to something reasonable.
+ //
+ // The *sort* parameter.
+ // If a sort parameter is specified, this is a indication to the datastore to
+ // sort the items in some manner before returning the items. The array is an array of
+ // javascript objects that must conform to the following format to be applied to the
+ // fetching of items:
+ // {
+ // attribute: attribute || attribute-name-string,
+ // descending: true|false; // Optional. Default is false.
+ // }
+ // Note that when comparing attributes, if an item contains no value for the attribute
+ // (undefined), then it the default ascending sort logic should push it to the bottom
+ // of the list. In the descending order case, it such items should appear at the top of the list.
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // The fetch() method will return a javascript object conforming to the API
+ // defined in dojo.data.api.Request. In general, it will be the keywordArgs
+ // object returned with the required functions in Request.js attached.
+ // Its general purpose is to provide a convenient way for a caller to abort an
+ // ongoing fetch.
+ //
+ // The Request object may also have additional properties when it is returned
+ // such as request.store property, which is a pointer to the datastore object that
+ // fetch() is a method of.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if the query is not valid, or if the query
+ // is required but was not supplied.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // Fetch all books identified by the query and call 'showBooks' when complete
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:"all books", onComplete: showBooks});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch all items in the story and call 'showEverything' when complete.
+ // | var request = store.fetch(onComplete: showEverything);
+ // example:
+ // Fetch only 10 books that match the query 'all books', starting at the fifth book found during the search.
+ // This demonstrates how paging can be done for specific queries.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:"all books", start: 4, count: 10, onComplete: showBooks});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch all items that match the query, calling 'callback' each time an item is located.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:"foo/bar", onItem:callback});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch the first 100 books by author King, call showKing when up to 100 items have been located.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:{author:"King"}, start: 0, count:100, onComplete: showKing});
+ // example:
+ // Locate the books written by Author King, sort it on title and publisher, then return the first 100 items from the sorted items.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:{author:"King"}, sort: [{ attribute: "title", descending: true}, {attribute: "publisher"}], ,start: 0, count:100, onComplete: 'showKing'});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch the first 100 books by authors starting with the name King, then call showKing when up to 100 items have been located.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:{author:"King*"}, start: 0, count:100, onComplete: showKing});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch the first 100 books by authors ending with 'ing', but only have one character before it (King, Bing, Ling, Sing, etc.), then call showBooks when up to 100 items have been located.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:{author:"?ing"}, start: 0, count:100, onComplete: showBooks});
+ // example:
+ // Fetch the first 100 books by author King, where the name may appear as King, king, KING, kInG, and so on, then call showKing when up to 100 items have been located.
+ // | var request = store.fetch({query:{author:"King"}, queryOptions:(ignoreCase: true}, start: 0, count:100, onComplete: showKing});
+ // example:
+ // Paging
+ // | var store = new dojo.data.LargeRdbmsStore({url:"jdbc:odbc:foobar"});
+ // | var fetchArgs = {
+ // | query: {type:"employees", name:"Hillary *"}, // string matching
+ // | sort: [{attribute:"department", descending:true}],
+ // | start: 0,
+ // | count: 20,
+ // | scope: displayer,
+ // | onBegin: showThrobber,
+ // | onItem: displayItem,
+ // | onComplete: stopThrobber,
+ // | onError: handleFetchError,
+ // | };
+ // | store.fetch(fetchArgs);
+ // | ...
+ // and then when the user presses the "Next Page" button...
+ // | fetchArgs.start += 20;
+ // | store.fetch(fetchArgs); // get the next 20 items
+ var request = null;
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.fetch');
+ return request; // an object conforming to the dojo.data.api.Request API
+ },
+
+ getFeatures: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // The getFeatures() method returns an simple keyword values object
+ // that specifies what interface features the datastore implements.
+ // A simple CsvStore may be read-only, and the only feature it
+ // implements will be the 'dojo.data.api.Read' interface, so the
+ // getFeatures() method will return an object like this one:
+ // {'dojo.data.api.Read': true}.
+ // A more sophisticated datastore might implement a variety of
+ // interface features, like 'dojo.data.api.Read', 'dojo.data.api.Write',
+ // 'dojo.data.api.Identity', and 'dojo.data.api.Attribution'.
+ return {
+ 'dojo.data.api.Read': true
+ };
+ },
+
+ close: function(/*dojo.data.api.Request || keywordArgs || null */ request){
+ // summary:
+ // The close() method is intended for instructing the store to 'close' out
+ // any information associated with a particular request.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // The close() method is intended for instructing the store to 'close' out
+ // any information associated with a particular request. In general, this API
+ // expects to recieve as a parameter a request object returned from a fetch.
+ // It will then close out anything associated with that request, such as
+ // clearing any internal datastore caches and closing any 'open' connections.
+ // For some store implementations, this call may be a no-op.
+ //
+ // request:
+ // An instance of a request for the store to use to identify what to close out.
+ // If no request is passed, then the store should clear all internal caches (if any)
+ // and close out all 'open' connections. It does not render the store unusable from
+ // there on, it merely cleans out any current data and resets the store to initial
+ // state.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | var request = store.fetch({onComplete: doSomething});
+ // | ...
+ // | store.close(request);
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.close');
+ },
+
+ getLabel: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Method to inspect the item and return a user-readable 'label' for the item
+ // that provides a general/adequate description of what the item is.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Method to inspect the item and return a user-readable 'label' for the item
+ // that provides a general/adequate description of what the item is. In general
+ // most labels will be a specific attribute value or collection of the attribute
+ // values that combine to label the item in some manner. For example for an item
+ // that represents a person it may return the label as: "firstname lastlame" where
+ // the firstname and lastname are attributes on the item. If the store is unable
+ // to determine an adequate human readable label, it should return undefined. Users that wish
+ // to customize how a store instance labels items should replace the getLabel() function on
+ // their instance of the store, or extend the store and replace the function in
+ // the extension class.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to return the label for.
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // A user-readable string representing the item or undefined if no user-readable label can
+ // be generated.
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.getLabel');
+ return undefined;
+ },
+
+ getLabelAttributes: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Method to inspect the item and return an array of what attributes of the item were used
+ // to generate its label, if any.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Method to inspect the item and return an array of what attributes of the item were used
+ // to generate its label, if any. This function is to assist UI developers in knowing what
+ // attributes can be ignored out of the attributes an item has when displaying it, in cases
+ // where the UI is using the label as an overall identifer should they wish to hide
+ // redundant information.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to return the list of label attributes for.
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // An array of attribute names that were used to generate the label, or null if public attributes
+ // were not used to generate the label.
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Read.getLabelAttributes');
+ return null;
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/api/Request.js b/media/dojo/data/api/Request.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Request"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Request"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.api.Request");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.api.Request", null, {
+ // summary:
+ // This class defines out the semantics of what a 'Request' object looks like
+ // when returned from a fetch() method. In general, a request object is
+ // nothing more than the original keywordArgs from fetch with an abort function
+ // attached to it to allow users to abort a particular request if they so choose.
+ // No other functions are required on a general Request object return. That does not
+ // inhibit other store implementations from adding extentions to it, of course.
+ //
+ // This is an abstract API that data provider implementations conform to.
+ // This file defines methods signatures and intentionally leaves all the
+ // methods unimplemented.
+ //
+ // For more details on fetch, see dojo.data.api.Read.fetch().
+
+ abort: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // This function is a hook point for stores to provide as a way for
+ // a fetch to be halted mid-processing.
+ // description:
+ // This function is a hook point for stores to provide as a way for
+ // a fetch to be halted mid-processing. For more details on the fetch() api,
+ // please see dojo.data.api.Read.fetch().
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Request.abort');
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/api/Write.js b/media/dojo/data/api/Write.js
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/media/dojo/data/api/Write.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Write"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.api.Write"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.api.Write");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.api.Read");
+
+dojo.declare("dojo.data.api.Write", dojo.data.api.Read, {
+ // summary:
+ // This is an abstract API that data provider implementations conform to.
+ // This file defines function signatures and intentionally leaves all the
+ // functionss unimplemented.
+
+ getFeatures: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // See dojo.data.api.Read.getFeatures()
+ return {
+ 'dojo.data.api.Read': true,
+ 'dojo.data.api.Write': true
+ };
+ },
+
+ newItem: function(/* Object? */ keywordArgs, /*Object?*/ parentInfo){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns a newly created item. Sets the attributes of the new
+ // item based on the *keywordArgs* provided. In general, the attribute
+ // names in the keywords become the attributes in the new item and as for
+ // the attribute values in keywordArgs, they become the values of the attributes
+ // in the new item. In addition, for stores that support hierarchical item
+ // creation, an optional second parameter is accepted that defines what item is the parent
+ // of the new item and what attribute of that item should the new item be assigned to.
+ // In general, this will assume that the attribute targetted is multi-valued and a new item
+ // is appended onto the list of values for that attribute.
+ //
+ // keywordArgs:
+ // A javascript object defining the initial content of the item as a set of JavaScript 'property name: value' pairs.
+ // parentInfo:
+ // An optional javascript object defining what item is the parent of this item (in a hierarchical store. Not all stores do hierarchical items),
+ // and what attribute of that parent to assign the new item to. If this is present, and the attribute specified
+ // is a multi-valued attribute, it will append this item into the array of values for that attribute. The structure
+ // of the object is as follows:
+ // {
+ // parent: someItem,
+ // attribute: "attribute-name-string"
+ // }
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *keywordArgs* is a string or a number or
+ // anything other than a simple anonymous object.
+ // Throws an exception if the item in parentInfo is not an item from the store
+ // or if the attribute isn't an attribute name string.
+ // example:
+ // | var kermit = store.newItem({name: "Kermit", color:[blue, green]});
+
+ var newItem;
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.newItem');
+ return newItem; // item
+ },
+
+ deleteItem: function(/* item */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Deletes an item from the store.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to delete.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if the argument *item* is not an item
+ // (if store.isItem(item) returns false).
+ // example:
+ // | var success = store.deleteItem(kermit);
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.deleteItem');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ setValue: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* string */ attribute,
+ /* almost anything */ value){
+ // summary:
+ // Sets the value of an attribute on an item.
+ // Replaces any previous value or values.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to modify.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute of the item to change represented as a string name.
+ // value:
+ // The value to assign to the item.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or if *attribute*
+ // is neither an attribute object or a string.
+ // Throws an exception if *value* is undefined.
+ // example:
+ // | var success = store.set(kermit, "color", "green");
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.setValue');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ setValues: function(/* item */ item,
+ /* string */ attribute,
+ /* array */ values){
+ // summary:
+ // Adds each value in the *values* array as a value of the given
+ // attribute on the given item.
+ // Replaces any previous value or values.
+ // Calling store.setValues(x, y, []) (with *values* as an empty array) has
+ // the same effect as calling store.unsetAttribute(x, y).
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to modify.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute of the item to change represented as a string name.
+ // values:
+ // An array of values to assign to the attribute..
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *values* is not an array, if *item* is not an
+ // item, or if *attribute* is neither an attribute object or a string.
+ // example:
+ // | var success = store.setValues(kermit, "color", ["green", "aqua"]);
+ // | success = store.setValues(kermit, "color", []);
+ // | if (success) {assert(!store.hasAttribute(kermit, "color"));}
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.setValues');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ unsetAttribute: function( /* item */ item,
+ /* string */ attribute){
+ // summary:
+ // Deletes all the values of an attribute on an item.
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to modify.
+ // attribute:
+ // The attribute of the item to unset represented as a string.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if *item* is not an item, or if *attribute*
+ // is neither an attribute object or a string.
+ // example:
+ // | var success = store.unsetAttribute(kermit, "color");
+ // | if (success) {assert(!store.hasAttribute(kermit, "color"));}
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.clear');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ save: function(/* object */ keywordArgs){
+ // summary:
+ // Saves to the server all the changes that have been made locally.
+ // The save operation may take some time and is generally performed
+ // in an asynchronous fashion. The outcome of the save action is
+ // is passed into the set of supported callbacks for the save.
+ //
+ // keywordArgs:
+ // {
+ // onComplete: function
+ // onError: function
+ // scope: object
+ // }
+ //
+ // The *onComplete* parameter.
+ // function();
+ //
+ // If an onComplete callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called just once, after the save has completed. No parameters
+ // are generally passed to the onComplete.
+ //
+ // The *onError* parameter.
+ // function(errorData);
+ //
+ // If an onError callback function is provided, the callback function
+ // will be called if there is any sort of error while attempting to
+ // execute the save. The onError function will be based one parameter, the
+ // error.
+ //
+ // The *scope* parameter.
+ // If a scope object is provided, all of the callback function (
+ // onComplete, onError, etc) will be invoked in the context of the scope
+ // object. In the body of the callback function, the value of the "this"
+ // keyword will be the scope object. If no scope object is provided,
+ // the callback functions will be called in the context of dojo.global.
+ // For example, onComplete.call(scope) vs.
+ // onComplete.call(dojo.global)
+ //
+ // returns:
+ // Nothing. Since the saves are generally asynchronous, there is
+ // no need to return anything. All results are passed via callbacks.
+ // example:
+ // | store.save({onComplete: onSave});
+ // | store.save({scope: fooObj, onComplete: onSave, onError: saveFailed});
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.save');
+ },
+
+ revert: function(){
+ // summary:
+ // Discards any unsaved changes.
+ // description:
+ // Discards any unsaved changes.
+ //
+ // example:
+ // | var success = store.revert();
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.revert');
+ return false; // boolean
+ },
+
+ isDirty: function(/* item? */ item){
+ // summary:
+ // Given an item, isDirty() returns true if the item has been modified
+ // since the last save(). If isDirty() is called with no *item* argument,
+ // then this function returns true if any item has been modified since
+ // the last save().
+ //
+ // item:
+ // The item to check.
+ //
+ // exceptions:
+ // Throws an exception if isDirty() is passed an argument and the
+ // argument is not an item.
+ // example:
+ // | var trueOrFalse = store.isDirty(kermit); // true if kermit is dirty
+ // | var trueOrFalse = store.isDirty(); // true if any item is dirty
+ throw new Error('Unimplemented API: dojo.data.api.Write.isDirty');
+ return false; // boolean
+ }
+});
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/util/filter.js b/media/dojo/data/util/filter.js
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/media/dojo/data/util/filter.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.filter"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.filter"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.util.filter");
+
+dojo.data.util.filter.patternToRegExp = function(/*String*/pattern, /*boolean?*/ ignoreCase){
+ // summary:
+ // Helper function to convert a simple pattern to a regular expression for matching.
+ // description:
+ // Returns a regular expression object that conforms to the defined conversion rules.
+ // For example:
+ // ca* -> /^ca.*$/
+ // *ca* -> /^.*ca.*$/
+ // *c\*a* -> /^.*c\*a.*$/
+ // *c\*a?* -> /^.*c\*a..*$/
+ // and so on.
+ //
+ // pattern: string
+ // A simple matching pattern to convert that follows basic rules:
+ // * Means match anything, so ca* means match anything starting with ca
+ // ? Means match single character. So, b?b will match to bob and bab, and so on.
+ // \ is an escape character. So for example, \* means do not treat * as a match, but literal character *.
+ // To use a \ as a character in the string, it must be escaped. So in the pattern it should be
+ // represented by \\ to be treated as an ordinary \ character instead of an escape.
+ //
+ // ignoreCase:
+ // An optional flag to indicate if the pattern matching should be treated as case-sensitive or not when comparing
+ // By default, it is assumed case sensitive.
+
+ var rxp = "^";
+ var c = null;
+ for(var i = 0; i < pattern.length; i++){
+ c = pattern.charAt(i);
+ switch (c) {
+ case '\\':
+ rxp += c;
+ i++;
+ rxp += pattern.charAt(i);
+ break;
+ case '*':
+ rxp += ".*"; break;
+ case '?':
+ rxp += "."; break;
+ case '$':
+ case '^':
+ case '/':
+ case '+':
+ case '.':
+ case '|':
+ case '(':
+ case ')':
+ case '{':
+ case '}':
+ case '[':
+ case ']':
+ rxp += "\\"; //fallthrough
+ default:
+ rxp += c;
+ }
+ }
+ rxp += "$";
+ if(ignoreCase){
+ return new RegExp(rxp,"i"); //RegExp
+ }else{
+ return new RegExp(rxp); //RegExp
+ }
+
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/util/simpleFetch.js b/media/dojo/data/util/simpleFetch.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f54d763
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/util/simpleFetch.js
@@ -0,0 +1,90 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.simpleFetch"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.simpleFetch"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.util.simpleFetch");
+dojo.require("dojo.data.util.sorter");
+
+dojo.data.util.simpleFetch.fetch = function(/* Object? */ request){
+ // summary:
+ // The simpleFetch mixin is designed to serve as a set of function(s) that can
+ // be mixed into other datastore implementations to accelerate their development.
+ // The simpleFetch mixin should work well for any datastore that can respond to a _fetchItems()
+ // call by returning an array of all the found items that matched the query. The simpleFetch mixin
+ // is not designed to work for datastores that respond to a fetch() call by incrementally
+ // loading items, or sequentially loading partial batches of the result
+ // set. For datastores that mixin simpleFetch, simpleFetch
+ // implements a fetch method that automatically handles eight of the fetch()
+ // arguments -- onBegin, onItem, onComplete, onError, start, count, sort and scope
+ // The class mixing in simpleFetch should not implement fetch(),
+ // but should instead implement a _fetchItems() method. The _fetchItems()
+ // method takes three arguments, the keywordArgs object that was passed
+ // to fetch(), a callback function to be called when the result array is
+ // available, and an error callback to be called if something goes wrong.
+ // The _fetchItems() method should ignore any keywordArgs parameters for
+ // start, count, onBegin, onItem, onComplete, onError, sort, and scope.
+ // The _fetchItems() method needs to correctly handle any other keywordArgs
+ // parameters, including the query parameter and any optional parameters
+ // (such as includeChildren). The _fetchItems() method should create an array of
+ // result items and pass it to the fetchHandler along with the original request object
+ // -- or, the _fetchItems() method may, if it wants to, create an new request object
+ // with other specifics about the request that are specific to the datastore and pass
+ // that as the request object to the handler.
+ //
+ // For more information on this specific function, see dojo.data.api.Read.fetch()
+ request = request || {};
+ if(!request.store){
+ request.store = this;
+ }
+ var self = this;
+
+ var _errorHandler = function(errorData, requestObject){
+ if(requestObject.onError){
+ var scope = requestObject.scope || dojo.global;
+ requestObject.onError.call(scope, errorData, requestObject);
+ }
+ };
+
+ var _fetchHandler = function(items, requestObject){
+ var oldAbortFunction = requestObject.abort || null;
+ var aborted = false;
+
+ var startIndex = requestObject.start?requestObject.start:0;
+ var endIndex = requestObject.count?(startIndex + requestObject.count):items.length;
+
+ requestObject.abort = function(){
+ aborted = true;
+ if(oldAbortFunction){
+ oldAbortFunction.call(requestObject);
+ }
+ };
+
+ var scope = requestObject.scope || dojo.global;
+ if(!requestObject.store){
+ requestObject.store = self;
+ }
+ if(requestObject.onBegin){
+ requestObject.onBegin.call(scope, items.length, requestObject);
+ }
+ if(requestObject.sort){
+ items.sort(dojo.data.util.sorter.createSortFunction(requestObject.sort, self));
+ }
+ if(requestObject.onItem){
+ for(var i = startIndex; (i < items.length) && (i < endIndex); ++i){
+ var item = items[i];
+ if(!aborted){
+ requestObject.onItem.call(scope, item, requestObject);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ if(requestObject.onComplete && !aborted){
+ var subset = null;
+ if (!requestObject.onItem) {
+ subset = items.slice(startIndex, endIndex);
+ }
+ requestObject.onComplete.call(scope, subset, requestObject);
+ }
+ };
+ this._fetchItems(request, _fetchHandler, _errorHandler);
+ return request; // Object
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/data/util/sorter.js b/media/dojo/data/util/sorter.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e13fedc
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/data/util/sorter.js
@@ -0,0 +1,81 @@
+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.sorter"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.data.util.sorter"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.data.util.sorter");
+
+dojo.data.util.sorter.basicComparator = function( /*anything*/ a,
+ /*anything*/ b){
+ // summary:
+ // Basic comparision function that compares if an item is greater or less than another item
+ // description:
+ // returns 1 if a > b, -1 if a < b, 0 if equal.
+ // undefined values are treated as larger values so that they're pushed to the end of the list.
+
+ var ret = 0;
+ if(a > b || typeof a === "undefined" || a === null){
+ ret = 1;
+ }else if(a < b || typeof b === "undefined" || b === null){
+ ret = -1;
+ }
+ return ret; //int, {-1,0,1}
+};
+
+dojo.data.util.sorter.createSortFunction = function( /* attributes array */sortSpec,
+ /*dojo.data.core.Read*/ store){
+ // summary:
+ // Helper function to generate the sorting function based off the list of sort attributes.
+ // description:
+ // The sort function creation will look for a property on the store called 'comparatorMap'. If it exists
+ // it will look in the mapping for comparisons function for the attributes. If one is found, it will
+ // use it instead of the basic comparator, which is typically used for strings, ints, booleans, and dates.
+ // Returns the sorting function for this particular list of attributes and sorting directions.
+ //
+ // sortSpec: array
+ // A JS object that array that defines out what attribute names to sort on and whether it should be descenting or asending.
+ // The objects should be formatted as follows:
+ // {
+ // attribute: "attributeName-string" || attribute,
+ // descending: true|false; // Default is false.
+ // }
+ // store: object
+ // The datastore object to look up item values from.
+ //
+ var sortFunctions=[];
+
+ function createSortFunction(attr, dir){
+ return function(itemA, itemB){
+ var a = store.getValue(itemA, attr);
+ var b = store.getValue(itemB, attr);
+ //See if we have a override for an attribute comparison.
+ var comparator = null;
+ if(store.comparatorMap){
+ if(typeof attr !== "string"){
+ attr = store.getIdentity(attr);
+ }
+ comparator = store.comparatorMap[attr]||dojo.data.util.sorter.basicComparator;
+ }
+ comparator = comparator||dojo.data.util.sorter.basicComparator;
+ return dir * comparator(a,b); //int
+ };
+ }
+
+ for(var i = 0; i < sortSpec.length; i++){
+ sortAttribute = sortSpec[i];
+ if(sortAttribute.attribute){
+ var direction = (sortAttribute.descending) ? -1 : 1;
+ sortFunctions.push(createSortFunction(sortAttribute.attribute, direction));
+ }
+ }
+
+ return function(rowA, rowB){
+ var i=0;
+ while(i < sortFunctions.length){
+ var ret = sortFunctions[i++](rowA, rowB);
+ if(ret !== 0){
+ return ret;//int
+ }
+ }
+ return 0; //int
+ }; // Function
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/date.js b/media/dojo/date.js
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5a97a2c
--- /dev/null
+++ b/media/dojo/date.js
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.date"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.date"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.date");
+
+dojo.date.getDaysInMonth = function(/*Date*/dateObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Returns the number of days in the month used by dateObject
+ var month = dateObject.getMonth();
+ var days = [31, 28, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31, 31, 30, 31, 30, 31];
+ if(month == 1 && dojo.date.isLeapYear(dateObject)){ return 29; } // Number
+ return days[month]; // Number
+}
+
+dojo.date.isLeapYear = function(/*Date*/dateObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Determines if the year of the dateObject is a leap year
+ // description:
+ // Leap years are years with an additional day YYYY-02-29, where the
+ // year number is a multiple of four with the following exception: If
+ // a year is a multiple of 100, then it is only a leap year if it is
+ // also a multiple of 400. For example, 1900 was not a leap year, but
+ // 2000 is one.
+
+ var year = dateObject.getFullYear();
+ return !(year%400) || (!(year%4) && !!(year%100)); // Boolean
+}
+
+// FIXME: This is not localized
+dojo.date.getTimezoneName = function(/*Date*/dateObject){
+ // summary:
+ // Get the user's time zone as provided by the browser
+ // dateObject:
+ // Needed because the timezone may vary with time (daylight savings)
+ // description:
+ // Try to get time zone info from toString or toLocaleString method of
+ // the Date object -- UTC offset is not a time zone. See
+ // http://www.twinsun.com/tz/tz-link.htm Note: results may be
+ // inconsistent across browsers.
+
+ var str = dateObject.toString(); // Start looking in toString
+ var tz = ''; // The result -- return empty string if nothing found
+ var match;
+
+ // First look for something in parentheses -- fast lookup, no regex
+ var pos = str.indexOf('(');
+ if(pos > -1){
+ tz = str.substring(++pos, str.indexOf(')'));
+ }else{
+ // If at first you don't succeed ...
+ // If IE knows about the TZ, it appears before the year
+ // Capital letters or slash before a 4-digit year
+ // at the end of string
+ var pat = /([A-Z\/]+) \d{4}$/;
+ if((match = str.match(pat))){
+ tz = match[1];
+ }else{
+ // Some browsers (e.g. Safari) glue the TZ on the end
+ // of toLocaleString instead of putting it in toString
+ str = dateObject.toLocaleString();
+ // Capital letters or slash -- end of string,
+ // after space
+ pat = / ([A-Z\/]+)$/;
+ if((match = str.match(pat))){
+ tz = match[1];
+ }
+ }
+ }
+
+ // Make sure it doesn't somehow end up return AM or PM
+ return (tz == 'AM' || tz == 'PM') ? '' : tz; // String
+}
+
+// Utility methods to do arithmetic calculations with Dates
+
+dojo.date.compare = function(/*Date*/date1, /*Date?*/date2, /*String?*/portion){
+ // summary:
+ // Compare two date objects by date, time, or both.
+ // description:
+ // Returns 0 if equal, positive if a > b, else negative.
+ // date1:
+ // Date object
+ // date2:
+ // Date object. If not specified, the current Date is used.
+ // portion:
+ // A string indicating the "date" or "time" portion of a Date object.
+ // Compares both "date" and "time" by default. One of the following:
+ // "date", "time", "datetime"
+
+ // Extra step required in copy for IE - see #3112
+ date1 = new Date(Number(date1));
+ date2 = new Date(Number(date2 || new Date()));
+
+ if(typeof portion !== "undefined"){
+ if(portion == "date"){
+ // Ignore times and compare dates.
+ date1.setHours(0, 0, 0, 0);
+ date2.setHours(0, 0, 0, 0);
+ }else if(portion == "time"){
+ // Ignore dates and compare times.
+ date1.setFullYear(0, 0, 0);
+ date2.setFullYear(0, 0, 0);
+ }
+ }
+
+ if(date1 > date2){ return 1; } // int
+ if(date1 < date2){ return -1; } // int
+ return 0; // int
+};
+
+dojo.date.add = function(/*Date*/date, /*String*/interval, /*int*/amount){
+ // summary:
+ // Add to a Date in intervals of different size, from milliseconds to years
+ // date: Date
+ // Date object to start with
+ // interval:
+ // A string representing the interval. One of the following:
+ // "year", "month", "day", "hour", "minute", "second",
+ // "millisecond", "quarter", "week", "weekday"
+ // amount:
+ // How much to add to the date.
+
+ var sum = new Date(Number(date)); // convert to Number before copying to accomodate IE (#3112)
+ var fixOvershoot = false;
+ var property = "Date";
+
+ switch(interval){
+ case "day":
+ break;
+ case "weekday":
+ //i18n FIXME: assumes Saturday/Sunday weekend, but even this is not standard. There are CLDR entries to localize this.
+ var days, weeks;
+ var adj = 0;
+ // Divide the increment time span into weekspans plus leftover days
+ // e.g., 8 days is one 5-day weekspan / and two leftover days
+ // Can't have zero leftover days, so numbers divisible by 5 get
+ // a days value of 5, and the remaining days make up the number of weeks
+ var mod = amount % 5;
+ if(!mod){
+ days = (amount > 0) ? 5 : -5;
+ weeks = (amount > 0) ? ((amount-5)/5) : ((amount+5)/5);
+ }else{
+ days = mod;
+ weeks = parseInt(amount/5);
+ }
+ // Get weekday value for orig date param
+ var strt = date.getDay();
+ // Orig date is Sat / positive incrementer
+ // Jump over Sun
+ if(strt == 6 && amount > 0){
+ adj = 1;
+ }else if(strt == 0 && amount < 0){
+ // Orig date is Sun / negative incrementer
+ // Jump back over Sat
+ adj = -1;
+ }
+ // Get weekday val for the new date
+ var trgt = strt + days;
+ // New date is on Sat or Sun
+ if(trgt == 0 || trgt == 6){
+ adj = (amount > 0) ? 2 : -2;
+ }
+ // Increment by number of weeks plus leftover days plus
+ // weekend adjustments
+ amount = 7 * weeks + days + adj;
+ break;
+ case "year":
+ property = "FullYear";
+ // Keep increment/decrement from 2/29 out of March
+ fixOvershoot = true;
+ break;
+ case "week":
+ amount *= 7;
+ break;
+ case "quarter":
+ // Naive quarter is just three months
+ amount *= 3;
+ // fallthrough...
+ case "month":
+ // Reset to last day of month if you overshoot
+ fixOvershoot = true;
+ property = "Month";
+ break;
+ case "hour":
+ case "minute":
+ case "second":
+ case "millisecond":
+ property = "UTC" + interval.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + interval.substring(1) + "s";
+ }
+
+ if(property){
+ sum["set"+property](sum["get"+property]()+amount);
+ }
+
+ if(fixOvershoot && (sum.getDate() < date.getDate())){
+ sum.setDate(0);
+ }
+
+ return sum; // Date
+};
+
+dojo.date.difference = function(/*Date*/date1, /*Date?*/date2, /*String?*/interval){
+ // summary:
+ // Get the difference in a specific unit of time (e.g., number of
+ // months, weeks, days, etc.) between two dates, rounded to the
+ // nearest integer.
+ // date1:
+ // Date object
+ // date2:
+ // Date object. If not specified, the current Date is used.
+ // interval:
+ // A string representing the interval. One of the following:
+ // "year", "month", "day", "hour", "minute", "second",
+ // "millisecond", "quarter", "week", "weekday"
+ // Defaults to "day".
+
+ date2 = date2 || new Date();
+ interval = interval || "day";
+ var yearDiff = date2.getFullYear() - date1.getFullYear();
+ var delta = 1; // Integer return value
+
+ switch(interval){
+ case "quarter":
+ var m1 = date1.getMonth();
+ var m2 = date2.getMonth();
+ // Figure out which quarter the months are in
+ var q1 = Math.floor(m1/3) + 1;
+ var q2 = Math.floor(m2/3) + 1;
+ // Add quarters for any year difference between the dates
+ q2 += (yearDiff * 4);
+ delta = q2 - q1;
+ break;
+ case "weekday":
+ var days = Math.round(dojo.date.difference(date1, date2, "day"));
+ var weeks = parseInt(dojo.date.difference(date1, date2, "week"));
+ var mod = days % 7;
+
+ // Even number of weeks
+ if(mod == 0){
+ days = weeks*5;
+ }else{
+ // Weeks plus spare change (< 7 days)
+ var adj = 0;
+ var aDay = date1.getDay();
+ var bDay = date2.getDay();
+
+ weeks = parseInt(days/7);
+ mod = days % 7;
+ // Mark the date advanced by the number of
+ // round weeks (may be zero)
+ var dtMark = new Date(date1);
+ dtMark.setDate(dtMark.getDate()+(weeks*7));
+ var dayMark = dtMark.getDay();
+
+ // Spare change days -- 6 or less
+ if(days > 0){
+ switch(true){
+ // Range starts on Sat
+ case aDay == 6:
+ adj = -1;
+ break;
+ // Range starts on Sun
+ case aDay == 0:
+ adj = 0;
+ break;
+ // Range ends on Sat
+ case bDay == 6:
+ adj = -1;
+ break;
+ // Range ends on Sun
+ case bDay == 0:
+ adj = -2;
+ break;
+ // Range contains weekend
+ case (dayMark + mod) > 5:
+ adj = -2;
+ }
+ }else if(days < 0){
+ switch(true){
+ // Range starts on Sat
+ case aDay == 6:
+ adj = 0;
+ break;
+ // Range starts on Sun
+ case aDay == 0:
+ adj = 1;
+ break;
+ // Range ends on Sat
+ case bDay == 6:
+ adj = 2;
+ break;
+ // Range ends on Sun
+ case bDay == 0:
+ adj = 1;
+ break;
+ // Range contains weekend
+ case (dayMark + mod) < 0:
+ adj = 2;
+ }
+ }
+ days += adj;
+ days -= (weeks*2);
+ }
+ delta = days;
+ break;
+ case "year":
+ delta = yearDiff;
+ break;
+ case "month":
+ delta = (date2.getMonth() - date1.getMonth()) + (yearDiff * 12);
+ break;
+ case "week":
+ // Truncate instead of rounding
+ // Don't use Math.floor -- value may be negative
+ delta = parseInt(dojo.date.difference(date1, date2, "day")/7);
+ break;
+ case "day":
+ delta /= 24;
+ // fallthrough
+ case "hour":
+ delta /= 60;
+ // fallthrough
+ case "minute":
+ delta /= 60;
+ // fallthrough
+ case "second":
+ delta /= 1000;
+ // fallthrough
+ case "millisecond":
+ delta *= date2.getTime() - date1.getTime();
+ }
+
+ // Round for fractional values and DST leaps
+ return Math.round(delta); // Number (integer)
+};
+
+}
diff --git a/media/dojo/date/locale.js b/media/dojo/date/locale.js
new file mode 100644
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+if(!dojo._hasResource["dojo.date.locale"]){ //_hasResource checks added by build. Do not use _hasResource directly in your code.
+dojo._hasResource["dojo.date.locale"] = true;
+dojo.provide("dojo.date.locale");
+
+// Localization methods for Date. Honor local customs using locale-dependent dojo.cldr data.
+
+dojo.require("dojo.date");
+dojo.require("dojo.cldr.supplemental");
+dojo.require("dojo.regexp");
+dojo.require("dojo.string");
+dojo.require("dojo.i18n");
+
+// Load the bundles containing localization information for
+// names and formats
+dojo.requireLocalization("dojo.cldr", "gregorian", null, "ko,zh-cn,zh,ja,en,it-it,en-ca,en-au,it,en-gb,es-es,fr,pt,ROOT,ko-kr,es,de,pt-br");
+
+//NOTE: Everything in this module assumes Gregorian calendars.
+// Other calendars will be implemented in separate modules.
+
+(function(){
+ // Format a pattern without literals
+ function formatPattern(dateObject, bundle, pattern){
+ return pattern.replace(/([a-z])\1*/ig, function(match){
+ var s;
+ var c = match.charAt(0);
+ var l = match.length;
+ var pad;
+ var widthList = ["abbr", "wide", "narrow"];
+ switch(c){
+ case 'G':
+ s = bundle[(l < 4) ? "eraAbbr" : "eraNames"][dateObject.getFullYear() < 0 ? 0 : 1];
+ break;
+ case 'y':
+ s = dateObject.getFullYear();
+ switch(l){
+ case 1:
+ break;
+ case 2:
+ s = String(s); s = s.substr(s.length - 2);
+ break;
+ default:
+ pad = true;
+ }
+ break;
+ case 'Q':
+ case 'q':
+ s = Math.ceil((dateObject.getMonth()+1)/3);
+// switch(l){
+// case 1: case 2:
+ pad = true;
+// break;
+// case 3: case 4: // unimplemented
+// }
+ break;
+ case 'M':
+ case 'L':
+ var m = dateObject.getMonth();
+ var width;
+ switch(l){
+ case 1: case 2:
+ s = m+1; pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 3: case 4: case 5:
+ width = widthList[l-3];
+ break;
+ }
+ if(width){
+ var type = (c == "L") ? "standalone" : "format";
+ var prop = ["months",type,width].join("-");
+ s = bundle[prop][m];
+ }
+ break;
+ case 'w':
+ var firstDay = 0;
+ s = dojo.date.locale._getWeekOfYear(dateObject, firstDay); pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 'd':
+ s = dateObject.getDate(); pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 'D':
+ s = dojo.date.locale._getDayOfYear(dateObject); pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 'E':
+ case 'e':
+ case 'c': // REVIEW: don't see this in the spec?
+ var d = dateObject.getDay();
+ var width;
+ switch(l){
+ case 1: case 2:
+ if(c == 'e'){
+ var first = dojo.cldr.supplemental.getFirstDayOfWeek(options.locale);
+ d = (d-first+7)%7;
+ }
+ if(c != 'c'){
+ s = d+1; pad = true;
+ break;
+ }
+ // else fallthrough...
+ case 3: case 4: case 5:
+ width = widthList[l-3];
+ break;
+ }
+ if(width){
+ var type = (c == "c") ? "standalone" : "format";
+ var prop = ["days",type,width].join("-");
+ s = bundle[prop][d];
+ }
+ break;
+ case 'a':
+ var timePeriod = (dateObject.getHours() < 12) ? 'am' : 'pm';
+ s = bundle[timePeriod];
+ break;
+ case 'h':
+ case 'H':
+ case 'K':
+ case 'k':
+ var h = dateObject.getHours();
+ // strange choices in the date format make it impossible to write this succinctly
+ switch (c) {
+ case 'h': // 1-12
+ s = (h % 12) || 12;
+ break;
+ case 'H': // 0-23
+ s = h;
+ break;
+ case 'K': // 0-11
+ s = (h % 12);
+ break;
+ case 'k': // 1-24
+ s = h || 24;
+ break;
+ }
+ pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 'm':
+ s = dateObject.getMinutes(); pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 's':
+ s = dateObject.getSeconds(); pad = true;
+ break;
+ case 'S':
+ s = Math.round(dateObject.getMilliseconds() * Math.pow(10, l-3));
+ break;
+ case 'v': // FIXME: don't know what this is. seems to be same as z?
+ case 'z':
+ // We only have one timezone to offer; the one from the browser
+ s = dojo.date.getTimezoneName(dateObject);
+ if(s){break;}
+ l=4;
+ // fallthrough... use GMT if tz not available
+ case 'Z':
+ var offset = dateObject.getTimezoneOffset();
+ var tz = [
+ (offset<=0 ? "+" : "-"),
+ dojo.string.pad(Math.floor(Math.abs(offset)/60), 2),
+ dojo.string.pad(Math.abs(offset)% 60, 2)
+ ];
+ if(l==4){
+ tz.splice(0, 0, "GMT");
+ tz.splice(3, 0, ":");
+ }
+ s = tz.join("");
+ break;
+// case 'Y': case 'u': case 'W': case 'F': case 'g': case 'A':
+// console.debug(match+" modifier unimplemented");
+ default:
+ throw new Error("dojo.date.locale.format: invalid pattern char: "+pattern);
+ }
+ if(pad){ s = dojo.string.pad(s, l); }
+ return s;
+ });
+ }
+
+dojo.date.locale.format = function(/*Date*/dateObject, /*Object?*/options){
+ // summary:
+ // Format a Date object as a String, using locale-specific settings.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Create a string from a Date object using a known localized pattern.
+ // By default, this method formats both date and time from dateObject.
+ // Formatting patterns are chosen appropriate to the locale. Different
+ // formatting lengths may be chosen, with "full" used by default.
+ // Custom patterns may be used or registered with translations using
+ // the addCustomFormats method.
+ // Formatting patterns are implemented using the syntax described at
+ // http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/tr35-4.html#Date_Format_Patterns
+ //
+ // dateObject:
+ // the date and/or time to be formatted. If a time only is formatted,
+ // the values in the year, month, and day fields are irrelevant. The
+ // opposite is true when formatting only dates.
+ //
+ // options: object {selector: string, formatLength: string, datePattern: string, timePattern: string, locale: string}
+ // selector- choice of 'time','date' (default: date and time)
+ // formatLength- choice of long, short, medium or full (plus any custom additions). Defaults to 'short'
+ // datePattern,timePattern- override pattern with this string
+ // am,pm- override strings for am/pm in times
+ // locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+
+ options = options || {};
+
+ var locale = dojo.i18n.normalizeLocale(options.locale);
+ var formatLength = options.formatLength || 'short';
+ var bundle = dojo.date.locale._getGregorianBundle(locale);
+ var str = [];
+ var sauce = dojo.hitch(this, formatPattern, dateObject, bundle);
+ if(options.selector == "year"){
+ // Special case as this is not yet driven by CLDR data
+ var year = dateObject.getFullYear();
+ if(locale.match(/^zh|^ja/)){
+ year += "\u5E74";
+ }
+ return year;
+ }
+ if(options.selector != "time"){
+ var datePattern = options.datePattern || bundle["dateFormat-"+formatLength];
+ if(datePattern){str.push(_processPattern(datePattern, sauce));}
+ }
+ if(options.selector != "date"){
+ var timePattern = options.timePattern || bundle["timeFormat-"+formatLength];
+ if(timePattern){str.push(_processPattern(timePattern, sauce));}
+ }
+ var result = str.join(" "); //TODO: use locale-specific pattern to assemble date + time
+ return result; // String
+};
+
+dojo.date.locale.regexp = function(/*Object?*/options){
+ // summary:
+ // Builds the regular needed to parse a localized date
+ //
+ // options: object {selector: string, formatLength: string, datePattern: string, timePattern: string, locale: string, strict: boolean}
+ // selector- choice of 'time', 'date' (default: date and time)
+ // formatLength- choice of long, short, medium or full (plus any custom additions). Defaults to 'short'
+ // datePattern,timePattern- override pattern with this string
+ // locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+
+ return dojo.date.locale._parseInfo(options).regexp; // String
+};
+
+dojo.date.locale._parseInfo = function(/*Object?*/options){
+ options = options || {};
+ var locale = dojo.i18n.normalizeLocale(options.locale);
+ var bundle = dojo.date.locale._getGregorianBundle(locale);
+ var formatLength = options.formatLength || 'short';
+ var datePattern = options.datePattern || bundle["dateFormat-" + formatLength];
+ var timePattern = options.timePattern || bundle["timeFormat-" + formatLength];
+ var pattern;
+ if(options.selector == 'date'){
+ pattern = datePattern;
+ }else if(options.selector == 'time'){
+ pattern = timePattern;
+ }else{
+ pattern = datePattern + ' ' + timePattern; //TODO: use locale-specific pattern to assemble date + time
+ }
+
+ var tokens = [];
+ var re = _processPattern(pattern, dojo.hitch(this, _buildDateTimeRE, tokens, bundle, options));
+ return {regexp: re, tokens: tokens, bundle: bundle};
+};
+
+dojo.date.locale.parse = function(/*String*/value, /*Object?*/options){
+ // summary:
+ // Convert a properly formatted string to a primitive Date object,
+ // using locale-specific settings.
+ //
+ // description:
+ // Create a Date object from a string using a known localized pattern.
+ // By default, this method parses looking for both date and time in the string.
+ // Formatting patterns are chosen appropriate to the locale. Different
+ // formatting lengths may be chosen, with "full" used by default.
+ // Custom patterns may be used or registered with translations using
+ // the addCustomFormats method.
+ // Formatting patterns are implemented using the syntax described at
+ // http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr35/#Date_Format_Patterns
+ //
+ // value:
+ // A string representation of a date
+ //
+ // options: object {selector: string, formatLength: string, datePattern: string, timePattern: string, locale: string, strict: boolean}
+ // selector- choice of 'time', 'date' (default: date and time)
+ // formatLength- choice of long, short, medium or full (plus any custom additions). Defaults to 'short'
+ // datePattern,timePattern- override pattern with this string
+ // am,pm- override strings for am/pm in times
+ // locale- override the locale used to determine formatting rules
+ // strict- strict parsing, off by default
+
+ var info = dojo.date.locale._parseInfo(options);
+ var tokens = info.tokens, bundle = info.bundle;
+ var re = new RegExp("^" + info.regexp + "$");
+ var match = re.exec(value);
+ if(!match){ return null; } // null
+
+ var widthList = ['abbr', 'wide', 'narrow'];
+ //1972 is a leap year. We want to avoid Feb 29 rolling over into Mar 1,
+ //in the cases where the year is parsed after the month and day.
+ var result = new Date(1972, 0);
+ var expected = {};
+ var amPm = "";
+ dojo.forEach(match, function(v, i){
+ if(!i){return;}
+ var token=tokens[i-1];
+ var l=token.length;
+ switch(token.charAt(0)){
+ case 'y':
+ if(l != 2){
+ //interpret year literally, so '5' would be 5 A.D.
+ result.setFullYear(v);
+ expected.year = v;
+ }else{
+ if(v<100){
+ v = Number(v);
+ //choose century to apply, according to a sliding window
+ //of 80 years before and 20 years after present year
+ var year = '' + new Date().getFullYear();
+ var century = year.substring(0, 2) * 100;
+ var yearPart = Number(year.substring(2, 4));
+ var cutoff = Math.min(yearPart + 20, 99);
+ var num = (v < cutoff) ? century + v : century - 100 + v;
+ result.setFullYear(num);
+ expected.year = num;
+ }else{
+ //we expected 2 digits and got more...
+ if(options.strict){
+ return null;
+ }
+ //interpret literally, so '150' would be 150 A.D.
+ //also tolerate '1950', if 'yyyy' input passed to 'yy' format
+ result.setFullYear(v);
+ expected.year = v;
+ }
+ }
+ break;
+ case 'M':
+ if(l>2){
+ var months = bundle['months-format-' + widthList[l-3]].concat();
+ if(!options.strict){
+ //Tolerate abbreviating period in month part
+ //Case-insensitive comparison
+ v = v.replace(".","").toLowerCase();
+ months = dojo.map(months, function(s){ return s.replace(".","").toLowerCase(); } );
+ }
+ v = dojo.indexOf(months, v);
+ if(v == -1){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Could not parse month name: '" + v + "'.");
+ return null;
+ }
+ }else{
+ v--;
+ }
+ result.setMonth(v);
+ expected.month = v;
+ break;
+ case 'E':
+ case 'e':
+ var days = bundle['days-format-' + widthList[l-3]].concat();
+ if(!options.strict){
+ //Case-insensitive comparison
+ v = v.toLowerCase();
+ days = dojo.map(days, "".toLowerCase);
+ }
+ v = dojo.indexOf(days, v);
+ if(v == -1){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Could not parse weekday name: '" + v + "'.");
+ return null;
+ }
+
+ //TODO: not sure what to actually do with this input,
+ //in terms of setting something on the Date obj...?
+ //without more context, can't affect the actual date
+ //TODO: just validate?
+ break;
+ case 'd':
+ result.setDate(v);
+ expected.date = v;
+ break;
+ case 'D':
+ //FIXME: need to defer this until after the year is set for leap-year?
+ result.setMonth(0);
+ result.setDate(v);
+ break;
+ case 'a': //am/pm
+ var am = options.am || bundle.am;
+ var pm = options.pm || bundle.pm;
+ if(!options.strict){
+ var period = /\./g;
+ v = v.replace(period,'').toLowerCase();
+ am = am.replace(period,'').toLowerCase();
+ pm = pm.replace(period,'').toLowerCase();
+ }
+ if(options.strict && v != am && v != pm){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Could not parse am/pm part.");
+ return null;
+ }
+
+ // we might not have seen the hours field yet, so store the state and apply hour change later
+ amPm = (v == pm) ? 'p' : (v == am) ? 'a' : '';
+ break;
+ case 'K': //hour (1-24)
+ if(v==24){v=0;}
+ // fallthrough...
+ case 'h': //hour (1-12)
+ case 'H': //hour (0-23)
+ case 'k': //hour (0-11)
+ //TODO: strict bounds checking, padding
+ if(v > 23){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Illegal hours value");
+ return null;
+ }
+
+ //in the 12-hour case, adjusting for am/pm requires the 'a' part
+ //which could come before or after the hour, so we will adjust later
+ result.setHours(v);
+ break;
+ case 'm': //minutes
+ result.setMinutes(v);
+ break;
+ case 's': //seconds
+ result.setSeconds(v);
+ break;
+ case 'S': //milliseconds
+ result.setMilliseconds(v);
+// break;
+// case 'w':
+//TODO var firstDay = 0;
+// default:
+//TODO: throw?
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: unsupported pattern char=" + token.charAt(0));
+ }
+ });
+
+ var hours = result.getHours();
+ if(amPm === 'p' && hours < 12){
+ result.setHours(hours + 12); //e.g., 3pm -> 15
+ }else if(amPm === 'a' && hours == 12){
+ result.setHours(0); //12am -> 0
+ }
+
+ //validate parse date fields versus input date fields
+ if(expected.year && result.getFullYear() != expected.year){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Parsed year: '" + result.getFullYear() + "' did not match input year: '" + expected.year + "'.");
+ return null;
+ }
+ if(expected.month && result.getMonth() != expected.month){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Parsed month: '" + result.getMonth() + "' did not match input month: '" + expected.month + "'.");
+ return null;
+ }
+ if(expected.date && result.getDate() != expected.date){
+// console.debug("dojo.date.locale.parse: Parsed day of month: '" + result.getDate() + "' did not match input day of month: '" + expected.date + "'.");
+ return null;
+ }
+
+ //TODO: implement a getWeekday() method in order to test
+ //validity of input strings containing 'EEE' or 'EEEE'...
+ return result; // Date
+};
+
+function _processPattern(pattern, applyPattern, applyLiteral, applyAll){
+ //summary: Process a pattern with literals in it
+
+ // Break up on single quotes, treat every other one as a literal, except '' which becomes '
+ var identity = function(x){return x;};
+ applyPattern = applyPattern || identity;
+ applyLiteral = applyLiteral || identity;
+ applyAll = applyAll || identity;
+
+ //split on single quotes (which escape literals in date format strings)
+ //but preserve escaped single quotes (e.g., o''clock)
+ var chunks = pattern.match(/(''|[^'])+/