webhook: quote URL variables to prevent url errors with special chars like # in pr title.
webhook: quote URL variables to prevent url errors with special chars like # in pr title.

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## -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
<%inherit file="/debug_style/index.html"/>
<%def name="breadcrumbs_links()">
${h.link_to(_('Style'), h.route_path('debug_style_home'))}
&raquo;
${c.active}
</%def>
<%def name="real_main()">
<div class="box">
<div class="title">
${self.breadcrumbs()}
</div>
<div class='sidebar-col-wrapper'>
${self.sidebar()}
<div class="main-content">
<h2>Gravatars</h2>
<p>Usernames are always centered on an avatar to the left.
Avatars are 16px square.
For user settings/login, some exceptions may use a larger avatar.
Use base.gravatar for a gravatar only, and base.gravatar_with_user
for a gravatar with a username.
Use the format below:
</p>
<div class="bs-example template-example">
<div class="gravatar_with_user">
<img class="gravatar" alt="gravatar" src="https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/72706ebd30734451af9ff3fb59f05ff1?d=identicon&amp;s=16">
<span title="Lolek Santos <lolek@rhodecode.com>" class="user">Lolek</span>
</div>
</div>
<div class="bs-example template-example">
<xmp>$</xmp><xmp>{base.gravatar_with_user(c.rhodecode_user.email, 16)}</xmp>
</div>
<div class="bs-example template-example">
<div class="gravatar_with_user">
<img class="gravatar gravatar-large" alt="gravatar" src="https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/72706ebd30734451af9ff3fb59f05ff1?d=identicon&amp;s=30">
<span title="Lolek Santos <lolek@rhodecode.com>" class="user">Lolek</span>
</div>
</div>
<div class="bs-example template-example">
<xmp>$</xmp><xmp>{base.gravatar_with_user(c.rhodecode_user.email, 30)}</xmp>
</div>
<p class="help-block">Note: Actual template variables may be different.</p>
<h2>Icon List</h2>
<table id="icons-list">
<%
import os
import string
with open(os.path.abspath('./rhodecode/public/css/rcicons.less')) as f:
source = f.read()
start = source.find('// -- ICON CLASSES -- //')
end = source.find('// -- END ICON CLASSES -- //')
source = source[start:end]
ico_data = []
for line in source.splitlines():
line = line.split(':before')
line = map(string.strip, line)
if len(line) in [2, 3]:
if len(line) == 2:
ico_cls, ico_code = line
else:
ico_cls, ico_code, rest = line
ico_code = ico_code[:ico_code.find('/*')]
ico_data.append([ico_cls, ico_code])
%>
% for ico_cls, ico_code in ico_data:
<tr class="row">
<td title="Code: ${ico_code}" class="the-icons span3"><i class="${ico_cls[1:]}"></i><td/>
<td><span class="i-name">${ico_cls}</span></td>
<td><span class="i-code">${ico_code}</span></td>
</tr>
% endfor
</table>
</div>
</div>
</div>
</%def>