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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2011-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3
# (only), as published by the Free Software Foundation.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
# This program is dual-licensed. If you wish to learn more about the
# RhodeCode Enterprise Edition, including its added features, Support services,
# and proprietary license terms, please see https://rhodecode.com/licenses/
Renderer for markup languages with ability to parse using rst or markdown
import re
import os
import lxml
import logging
import urlparse
import bleach
from mako.lookup import TemplateLookup
from mako.template import Template as MakoTemplate
from docutils.core import publish_parts
from docutils.parsers.rst import directives
from docutils import writers
from docutils.writers import html4css1
import markdown
from rhodecode.lib.markdown_ext import GithubFlavoredMarkdownExtension
from rhodecode.lib.utils2 import (safe_unicode, md5_safe, MENTIONS_REGEX)
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# default renderer used to generate automated comments
class CustomHTMLTranslator(writers.html4css1.HTMLTranslator):
Custom HTML Translator used for sandboxing potential
JS injections in ref links
def visit_reference(self, node):
if 'refuri' in node.attributes:
refuri = node['refuri']
if ':' in refuri:
prefix, link = refuri.lstrip().split(':', 1)
prefix = prefix or ''
if prefix.lower() == 'javascript':
# we don't allow javascript type of refs...
node['refuri'] = 'javascript:alert("SandBoxedJavascript")'
# old style class requires this...
return html4css1.HTMLTranslator.visit_reference(self, node)
class RhodeCodeWriter(writers.html4css1.Writer):
def __init__(self):
self.translator_class = CustomHTMLTranslator
def relative_links(html_source, server_paths):
if not html_source:
return html_source
from lxml.html import fromstring
from lxml.html import tostring
except ImportError:
log.exception('Failed to import lxml')
return html_source
doc = lxml.html.fromstring(html_source)
except Exception:
return html_source
for el in doc.cssselect('img, video'):
src = el.attrib.get('src')
if src:
el.attrib['src'] = relative_path(src, server_paths['raw'])
for el in doc.cssselect('a:not(.gfm)'):
src = el.attrib.get('href')
if src:
raw_mode = el.attrib['href'].endswith('?raw=1')
if raw_mode:
el.attrib['href'] = relative_path(src, server_paths['raw'])
el.attrib['href'] = relative_path(src, server_paths['standard'])
return lxml.html.tostring(doc)
def relative_path(path, request_path, is_repo_file=None):
relative link support, path is a rel path, and request_path is current
server path (not absolute)
path = '../logo.png'
request_path= '/repo/files/path/file.md'
produces: '/repo/files/logo.png'
# TODO(marcink): unicode/str support ?
# maybe=> safe_unicode(urllib.quote(safe_str(final_path), '/:'))
def dummy_check(p):
return True # assume default is a valid file path
is_repo_file = is_repo_file or dummy_check
if not path:
return request_path
path = safe_unicode(path)
request_path = safe_unicode(request_path)
if path.startswith((u'data:', u'javascript:', u'#', u':')):
# skip data, anchor, invalid links
return path
is_absolute = bool(urlparse.urlparse(path).netloc)
if is_absolute:
return path
if not request_path:
return path
if path.startswith(u'/'):
path = path[1:]
if path.startswith(u'./'):
path = path[2:]
parts = request_path.split('/')
# compute how deep we need to traverse the request_path
depth = 0
if is_repo_file(request_path):
# if request path is a VALID file, we use a relative path with
# one level up
depth += 1
while path.startswith(u'../'):
depth += 1
path = path[3:]
if depth > 0:
parts = parts[:-depth]
final_path = u'/'.join(parts).lstrip(u'/')
return u'/' + final_path
_cached_markdown_renderer = None
def get_markdown_renderer(extensions, output_format):
global _cached_markdown_renderer
if _cached_markdown_renderer is None:
_cached_markdown_renderer = markdown.Markdown(
enable_attributes=False, output_format=output_format)
return _cached_markdown_renderer
_cached_markdown_renderer_flavored = None
def get_markdown_renderer_flavored(extensions, output_format):
global _cached_markdown_renderer_flavored
if _cached_markdown_renderer_flavored is None:
_cached_markdown_renderer_flavored = markdown.Markdown(
extensions=extensions + [GithubFlavoredMarkdownExtension()],
enable_attributes=False, output_format=output_format)
return _cached_markdown_renderer_flavored
class MarkupRenderer(object):
MARKDOWN_PAT = re.compile(r'\.(md|mkdn?|mdown|markdown)$', re.IGNORECASE)
RST_PAT = re.compile(r'\.re?st$', re.IGNORECASE)
JUPYTER_PAT = re.compile(r'\.(ipynb)$', re.IGNORECASE)
PLAIN_PAT = re.compile(r'^readme$', re.IGNORECASE)
URL_PAT = re.compile(r'(http[s]?://(?:[a-zA-Z]|[0-9]|[$-_@.&+]'
extensions = ['markdown.extensions.codehilite', 'markdown.extensions.extra',
'markdown.extensions.def_list', 'markdown.extensions.sane_lists']
output_format = 'html4'
# extension together with weights. Lower is first means we control how
# extensions are attached to readme names with those.
# prefer no extension
('', 0), # special case that renders READMES names without extension
('.text', 2), ('.TEXT', 2),
('.txt', 3), ('.TXT', 3)
('.rst', 1), ('.rest', 1),
('.RST', 2), ('.REST', 2)
('.md', 1), ('.MD', 1),
('.mkdn', 2), ('.MKDN', 2),
('.mdown', 3), ('.MDOWN', 3),
('.markdown', 4), ('.MARKDOWN', 4)
def _detect_renderer(self, source, filename=None):
runs detection of what renderer should be used for generating html
from a markup language
filename can be also explicitly a renderer name
:param source:
:param filename:
if MarkupRenderer.MARKDOWN_PAT.findall(filename):
detected_renderer = 'markdown'
elif MarkupRenderer.RST_PAT.findall(filename):
detected_renderer = 'rst'
elif MarkupRenderer.JUPYTER_PAT.findall(filename):
detected_renderer = 'jupyter'
elif MarkupRenderer.PLAIN_PAT.findall(filename):
detected_renderer = 'plain'
detected_renderer = 'plain'
return getattr(MarkupRenderer, detected_renderer)
def bleach_clean(cls, text):
from .bleach_whitelist import markdown_attrs, markdown_tags
allowed_tags = markdown_tags
allowed_attrs = markdown_attrs
return bleach.clean(text, tags=allowed_tags, attributes=allowed_attrs)
except Exception:
def renderer_from_filename(cls, filename, exclude):
Detect renderer markdown/rst from filename and optionally use exclude
list to remove some options. This is mostly used in helpers.
Returns None when no renderer can be detected.
def _filter(elements):
if isinstance(exclude, (list, tuple)):
return [x for x in elements if x not in exclude]
return elements
if filename.endswith(
tuple(_filter([x[0] for x in cls.MARKDOWN_EXTS if x[0]]))):
return 'markdown'
if filename.endswith(tuple(_filter([x[0] for x in cls.RST_EXTS if x[0]]))):
return 'rst'
return None
def render(self, source, filename=None):
Renders a given filename using detected renderer
it detects renderers based on file extension or mimetype.
At last it will just do a simple html replacing new lines with <br/>
:param file_name:
:param source:
renderer = self._detect_renderer(source, filename)
readme_data = renderer(source)
return readme_data
def _flavored_markdown(cls, text):
Github style flavored markdown
:param text:
# Extract pre blocks.
extractions = {}
def pre_extraction_callback(matchobj):
digest = md5_safe(matchobj.group(0))
extractions[digest] = matchobj.group(0)
return "{gfm-extraction-%s}" % digest
pattern = re.compile(r'<pre>.*?</pre>', re.MULTILINE | re.DOTALL)
text = re.sub(pattern, pre_extraction_callback, text)
# Prevent foo_bar_baz from ending up with an italic word in the middle.
def italic_callback(matchobj):
s = matchobj.group(0)
if list(s).count('_') >= 2:
return s.replace('_', r'\_')
return s
text = re.sub(r'^(?! {4}|\t)\w+_\w+_\w[\w_]*', italic_callback, text)
# Insert pre block extractions.
def pre_insert_callback(matchobj):
return '\n\n' + extractions[matchobj.group(1)]
text = re.sub(r'\{gfm-extraction-([0-9a-f]{32})\}',
pre_insert_callback, text)
return text
def urlify_text(cls, text):
def url_func(match_obj):
url_full = match_obj.groups()[0]
return '<a href="%(url)s">%(url)s</a>' % ({'url': url_full})
return cls.URL_PAT.sub(url_func, text)
def plain(cls, source, universal_newline=True, leading_newline=True):
source = safe_unicode(source)
if universal_newline:
newline = '\n'
source = newline.join(source.splitlines())
rendered_source = cls.urlify_text(source)
source = ''
if leading_newline:
source += '<br />'
source += rendered_source.replace("\n", '<br />')
return source
def markdown(cls, source, safe=True, flavored=True, mentions=False,
returns markdown rendered code cleaned by the bleach library
if flavored:
markdown_renderer = get_markdown_renderer_flavored(
cls.extensions, cls.output_format)
markdown_renderer = get_markdown_renderer(
cls.extensions, cls.output_format)
if mentions:
mention_pat = re.compile(MENTIONS_REGEX)
def wrapp(match_obj):
uname = match_obj.groups()[0]
return ' **@%(uname)s** ' % {'uname': uname}
mention_hl = mention_pat.sub(wrapp, source).strip()
# we extracted mentions render with this using Mentions false
return cls.markdown(mention_hl, safe=safe, flavored=flavored,
source = safe_unicode(source)
if flavored:
source = cls._flavored_markdown(source)
rendered = markdown_renderer.convert(source)
except Exception:
log.exception('Error when rendering Markdown')
if safe:
log.debug('Fallback to render in plain mode')
rendered = cls.plain(source)
if clean_html:
rendered = cls.bleach_clean(rendered)
return rendered
def rst(cls, source, safe=True, mentions=False, clean_html=False):
if mentions:
mention_pat = re.compile(MENTIONS_REGEX)
def wrapp(match_obj):
uname = match_obj.groups()[0]
return ' **@%(uname)s** ' % {'uname': uname}
mention_hl = mention_pat.sub(wrapp, source).strip()
# we extracted mentions render with this using Mentions false
return cls.rst(mention_hl, safe=safe, mentions=False)
source = safe_unicode(source)
docutils_settings = dict(
[(alias, None) for alias in
'input_encoding': 'unicode', 'report_level': 4})
for k, v in docutils_settings.iteritems():
directives.register_directive(k, v)
parts = publish_parts(source=source,
rendered = parts["fragment"]
if clean_html:
rendered = cls.bleach_clean(rendered)
return parts['html_title'] + rendered
except Exception:
log.exception('Error when rendering RST')
if safe:
log.debug('Fallbacking to render in plain mode')
return cls.plain(source)
def jupyter(cls, source, safe=True):
from rhodecode.lib import helpers
from traitlets.config import Config
import nbformat
from nbconvert import HTMLExporter
from nbconvert.preprocessors import Preprocessor
class CustomHTMLExporter(HTMLExporter):
def _template_file_default(self):
return 'basic'
class Sandbox(Preprocessor):
def preprocess(self, nb, resources):
sandbox_text = 'SandBoxed(IPython.core.display.Javascript object)'
for cell in nb['cells']:
if not safe:
if 'outputs' in cell:
for cell_output in cell['outputs']:
if 'data' in cell_output:
if 'application/javascript' in cell_output['data']:
cell_output['data']['text/plain'] = sandbox_text
cell_output['data'].pop('application/javascript', None)
if 'source' in cell and cell['cell_type'] == 'markdown':
# sanitize similar like in markdown
cell['source'] = cls.bleach_clean(cell['source'])
return nb, resources
def _sanitize_resources(input_resources):
Skip/sanitize some of the CSS generated and included in jupyter
so it doesn't messes up UI so much
# TODO(marcink): probably we should replace this with whole custom
# CSS set that doesn't screw up, but jupyter generated html has some
# special markers, so it requires Custom HTML exporter template with
# _default_template_path_default, to achieve that
# strip the reset CSS
input_resources[0] = input_resources[0][input_resources[0].find('/*! Source'):]
return input_resources
def as_html(notebook):
conf = Config()
conf.CustomHTMLExporter.preprocessors = [Sandbox]
html_exporter = CustomHTMLExporter(config=conf)
(body, resources) = html_exporter.from_notebook_node(notebook)
header = '<!-- ## IPYTHON NOTEBOOK RENDERING ## -->'
js = MakoTemplate(r'''
<!-- Load mathjax -->
<!-- MathJax configuration -->
<script type="text/x-mathjax-config">
jax: ["input/TeX","output/HTML-CSS", "output/PreviewHTML"],
extensions: ["tex2jax.js","MathMenu.js","MathZoom.js", "fast-preview.js", "AssistiveMML.js", "[Contrib]/a11y/accessibility-menu.js"],
TeX: {
extensions: ["AMSmath.js","AMSsymbols.js","noErrors.js","noUndefined.js"]
tex2jax: {
inlineMath: [ ['$','$'], ["\\(","\\)"] ],
displayMath: [ ['$$','$$'], ["\\[","\\]"] ],
processEscapes: true,
processEnvironments: true
// Center justify equations in code and markdown cells. Elsewhere
// we use CSS to left justify single line equations in code cells.
displayAlign: 'center',
styles: {'.MathJax_Display': {"margin": 0}},
linebreaks: { automatic: true },
availableFonts: ["STIX", "TeX"]
showMathMenu: false
<!-- End of mathjax configuration -->
<script src="${h.asset('js/src/math_jax/MathJax.js')}"></script>
css = '<style>{}</style>'.format(
body = '\n'.join([header, css, js, body])
return body, resources
notebook = nbformat.reads(source, as_version=4)
(body, resources) = as_html(notebook)
return body
class RstTemplateRenderer(object):
def __init__(self):
base = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(os.path.dirname(__file__)))
rst_template_dirs = [os.path.join(base, 'templates', 'rst_templates')]
self.template_store = TemplateLookup(
imports=['from rhodecode.lib import helpers as h'])
def _get_template(self, templatename):
return self.template_store.get_template(templatename)
def render(self, template_name, **kwargs):
template = self._get_template(template_name)
return template.render(**kwargs)