মডিউল:Template wrapper

উইকিপিডিয়া, মুক্ত বিশ্বকোষ থেকে
পরিভ্রমণে ঝাঁপ দিন অনুসন্ধানে ঝাঁপ দিন

This module is to be used in wrapper templates to allow those templates to provide default parameter values and allow editors to pass additional parameters to the underlying working template.

When writing a wrapper template, give this module all of the normally required default parameters necessary to use the wrapper template in its base form. Editors then use the wrapper template as-is or may supply additional wrapper and canonical parameters. Any of the canonical parameters supported by the working template may be added to the wrapper template or supplied by editors in article space. When an editor supplies a parameter that has a default value in the wrapper template, the editor-supplied value overrides the default. When it is necessary to remove a default parameter, editors may set the parameter value to the special keyword unset which will cause this wrapper module to erase the wrapper template's default value for that parameter. This module discards empty named parameters.

Positional parameters are not normally passed on to the working template. Setting |_include-positional=yes will pass all positional parameters to the working template. Positional parameters cannot be excluded; positional parameters may be unset.

Parameters that are used only by the wrapper should be either positional ({{{n}}}) or listed in |_exclude= (a comma-separated list of named parameters). This module will not pass _excluded parameters to the working template.

ব্যবহার[সম্পাদনা]

{{#invoke:Template wrapper|wrap|_template=working template|_exclude=named parameter, named parameter, ...|_reuse=named parameter, named parameter, ...|_alias-map=alias parameter:canonical parameter|_include-positional=yes|<default parameter>|<default parameter>|...}}

Control parameters
|_template= – (required) the name, without namespace, of the working template (the template that is wrapped); see §_template below
|_exclude= – comma-separated list of parameter names used by the wrapper template that are not to be passed to the working template; see §_exclude below
|_reuse= – comma-separated list of canonical names that have meaning to both the wrapper template and to the working template; see §_reuse below
|_alias-map= – comma-separated list of wrapper-template parameter names that are to be treated as aliases of specified working template canonical parameters; see §_alias-map below
|_include-positional= – pass all positional parameters to the working template; see §_include-positional below
Definitions
canonical parameter – a parameter supported and used by the working template
wrapper parameter – a parameter used by the wrapper template; may provide data for canonical parameters or control other aspects of the wrapper template
alias parameter – a wrapper parameter that is contextually meaningful to the wrapper template but must be renamed to a canonical parameter for use by the working template
reused parameter – a parameter that is shared by both wrapper and working templates and has been modified by wrapper template
default parameter – a canonical parameter given a default value in the wrapper template
parameter processing
wrapper
template
Module:Template wrapper working
template
|canonical parameters=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  filter
exclued
parameters
working
template
|wrapper parameters=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  → 
  |_exclude=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →   → 
  |_include-positional=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  → 
  |_alias-map=  →  convert alias
parameters to
canonical
parameters
 →  |canonical parameters=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →   → 
   →   →  modify
reused
canonical
parameters
|alias parameters=  →  –––––––→  →   →  |reused parameters=  →  –––→  → 
  |_reuse=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  → 
|canonical parameters=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  → 
  |default parameters=  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––––––→  →  –––→  → 

প্যারামিটার বিবরণ[সম্পাদনা]

_টেমপ্লেট[সম্পাদনা]

The only required parameter, |_template= supplies the name, without namespace, of the working template (the template that is wrapped). If this parameter is omitted, Module:Template wrapper will emit the error message:

|_template= missing or empty

_alias-map[সম্পাদনা]

|alias-map= takes a comma-separated list of wrapper-template parameters that are to be treated as aliases of specified working template canonical parameters. Each mapping element of the list has the form:

<from>:<to> – where: <from> is a wrapper parameter name and <to> is a canonical parameter name

In this example, it may be preferable for a wrapper template to use |assessor= which may be unknown to the working template but the working template may have an equivalent |author= so in the {{#invoke:}} we would write:

|_alias-map=assessor:author

Positional parameters may also be mapped to canonical parameters:

|_alias-map=1:author, 2:title, 3:language

Enumerated wrapper parameters may be mapped to enumerated canonical parameters using the # enumerator specifier:

|_alias-map=assessor#:author#

Given the above example, |assessor2= will map to |author2=; also, |assessor= and |assessor1= will map to |author1=

Multiple wrapper parameters can map to a single canonical parameter:

|_alias-map=1:author, assessor:author

Wrapper parameters listed in |alias-map= are not passed to the working template. Mapping positional parameters when |_include-positional=yes may give undesirable results. |_alias-map=1:author and |_include-positional=yes will cause all other positional parameters to be passed to the working template as is: wrapper template {{{2}}} becomes working template {{{2}}}, etc; working template will not get {{{1}}} though it will get |author=.

_reuse[সম্পাদনা]

|_reuse= takes a comma-separated list of canonical parameters that have meaning to both the wrapper template and to the working template

In the simplest cases, a canonical parameter passed into the wrapper template overrides a default parameter provided in the wrapper template. Sometimes a wrapper parameter is the same as a canonical parameter and the wrapper template needs to modify the parameter value before it is passed to the working template. In this example, |title= is both a wrapper parameter and a canonical parameter that the wrapper template needs to modify before passing to the working template. To do this we first write:

|_reuse=title

then, in the wrapper template's {{#invoke:Template wapper|wrap|_template=...|...}} we write:

|title=Modified {{{title}}}

_reused parameters cannot be overridden.

_exclude[সম্পাদনা]

|_exclude= takes a comma-separated list of parameters used by the wrapper template that are not to be passed to the working template. This list applies to all wrapper and canonical parameters (including those canonical parameters that are renamed alias parameters) received from the wrapper template.

As an example, a wrapper template might use |id= to supply a portion of the value assigned to default parameter |url= so we would write:

|_exclude=id

then, in the wrapper template's {{#invoke:Template wapper|wrap|_template=...|...}} we write:

|url=https://example.com/{{{id}}}

The modified |url= value is passed on to working template but |id= and its value is not.

_reused and default parameters cannot be excluded.

_include-positional[সম্পাদনা]

|_include-positional= is a boolean parameter that takes only one value: yes; the default (empty, missing) is no (positional parameters normally excluded). When set to yes, Module:Template wrapper will pass all positional parameters to the working template.

See also §_alias-map.

Overriding default parameters[সম্পাদনা]

Editors may override default parameters by simply setting the default parameter to the desired value in the wrapper template. This module ignores empty parameters (those parameters that are named but which do not have an assigned value). When it is desirable to override a default parameter to no value, use the special keyword unset. Default parameters with this value are passed to the working template as empty (no assigned value) parameters.

_reused parameters cannot be unset or overridden.

Debugging aid[সম্পাদনা]

This module has two entry points. A wrapper template might use a module {{#invoke:}} written like this:

{{#invoke:Template wrapper|{{#if:{{{_debug|}}}|list|wrap}}|_template=<working template>|_exclude=_debug, ...|...}}

where the |_debug= wrapper parameter, set to any value, will cause the module to render the call to the working template without actually calling the working template.

As an example, {{cite wikisource/sandbox}} is a wrapper template that uses {{citation}} as its working template. {{cite wikisource/sandbox}} accepts positional parameters but {{citation}} does not so the wrapper template must convert the positional parameters to named parameters which it does using the |_alias-map= parameter:

{{#invoke:template wrapper|{{#if:{{{_debug|}}}|list|wrap}}|_template=citation/new
  |_exclude=..., _debug <!-- unnecessary detail omitted -->
  |_alias-map=1:title, 2:author, 3:language

This example uses positional parameters and sets |_debug=yes to show that the {{citation}} template is correctly formed:

{{cite wikisource/sandbox|Sentido y sensibilidad|Jane Austen|es|_debug=yes}}
টেমপ্লেট:Cite wikisource/sandbox

and, with |_debug= unset:

{{cite wikisource/sandbox|Sentido y sensibilidad|Jane Austen|es|_debug=}}
টেমপ্লেট:Cite wikisource/sandbox

The |_debug= name is chosen here for convenience but may be anything so long as it matches the {{#if:}} in the {{#invoke:}}.

require('মডিউল:No globals');

local error_msg = '<span style=\"font-size:100%\" class=\"error\"><code style=\"color:inherit; border:inherit; padding:inherit;\">&#124;_template=</code> অনুপস্থিত বা খালি</span>';


--[[--------------------------< I S _ I N _ T A B L E >--------------------------------------------------------

scan through tbl looking for value; return true if found, false else

]]

local function is_in_table (tbl, value)
    for k, v in pairs (tbl) do
        if v == value then return true end
    end
    return false;
end


--[[--------------------------< A D D _ P A R A M E T E R >----------------------------------------------------

adds parameter name and its value to args table according to the state of boolean list argument; kv pair for
template execution; k=v string for template listing.

]]

local function add_parameter (k, v, args, list)
	if list then
		table.insert( args, table.concat ({k, '=', v}));						-- write parameter names and values to args table as string
	else
		args[k] = v;															-- copy parameters to args table
	end
end


--[[--------------------------< A L I A S _ M A P _ G E T >----------------------------------------------------

returns a table of local template (parent frame) parameter names and the target template names that match where
in [key]=<value> pairs where:
	[key] is local template parameter name (an alias)
	<value> is target template parameter name (the canonical parameter name used in the working template)

The parameter |_alias-map= has the form:
	|_alias-map=<list>
where <list> is a comma-separated list of alias / canonical parameter name pairs in the form
	<from> : <to>
where:
	<from> is the local template's parameter name (alias)
	<to> is the target template's parameter name (canonical)
	for enumerated parameters place an octothorp (#) where the enumerator digits are placed in the parameter names:
		<from#> : <to#>

]]

local function alias_map_get (_alias_map)
	local T = mw.text.split (_alias_map, '%s*,%s*');							-- convert the comma-separated list into a table of alias pairs
	local mapped_aliases = {};													-- mapped aliases will go here
	local l_name, t_name;														-- parameter names
	
	for _, alias_pair in ipairs (T) do											-- loop through the table of alias pairs
		l_name, t_name = alias_pair:match ('(.-)%s*:%s*(.+)');					-- from each pair, get local and target parameter names
		if l_name and t_name then												-- if both are set
			if tonumber (l_name) then
				l_name = tonumber (l_name);										-- convert number-as-text to a number
			end
			mapped_aliases[l_name] = t_name;									-- add them to the map table
		end
	end

	return mapped_aliases;
end


--[[--------------------------< F R A M E _ A R G S _ G E T >--------------------------------------------------

Fetch the wrapper template's 'default' and control parameters; adds default parameters to args

returns content of |_template= parameter (name of the working template); nil else

]]

local function frame_args_get (frame_args, args, list)
	local template;

	for k, v in pairs (frame_args) do											-- here we get the wrapper template's 'default' parameters
		if 'string' == type (k) and (v and ('' ~= v)) then						-- do not pass along positional or empty parameters
			if '_template' == k then
				template = v;													-- save the name of template that we are wrapping
			elseif '_exclude' ~= k and '_reuse' ~= k and '_include-positional' ~= k  and '_alias-map' ~= k then	-- these already handled so ignore here; 
				add_parameter (k, v, args, list);								-- add all other parameters to args in the style dictated by list
			end
		end
	end

	return template;															-- return contents of |_template= parameter
end


--[=[--------------------------< P F R A M E _ A R G S _ G E T >------------------------------------------------

Fetches the wrapper template's 'live' parameters; adds live parameters that aren't members of the exclude table to
args table; positional parameters may not be excluded

no return value

]=]

local function pframe_args_get (pframe_args, args, exclude, _include_positional, list)
	for k, v in pairs (pframe_args) do
		if 'string' == type (k) and not is_in_table (exclude, k) then			-- do not pass along excluded parameters
			if v and ('' ~= v) then												-- pass along only those parameters that have assigned values
				if 'unset' == v:lower() then									-- special keyword to unset 'default' parameters set in the wrapper template
					v = '';														-- unset the value in the args table
				end
				add_parameter (k, v, args, list)								-- add all other parameters to args in the style dictated by list; alias map only supported for local-template parameters
			end
		end
	end

	if _include_positional then
		for i, v in ipairs (pframe_args) do										-- pass along positional parameters
			if 'unset' == v:lower() then										-- special keyword to unset 'default' parameters set in the wrapper template
				v = '';															-- unset the value in the args table
			end
			add_parameter (i, v, args, list);
		end
	end
end


--[[--------------------------< _ M A I N >--------------------------------------------------------------------

Collect the various default and live parameters into args styled according to boolean list.

returns name of the working or listed template or nil for an error message

]]

local function _main (frame, args, list)
	local template;
	local exclude = {};															-- table of parameter names for parameters that are not passed to the working template
	local reuse_list = {};														-- table of pframe parameter names whose values are modified before they are passed to the working template as the same name
	local alias_map = {};														-- table that maps parameter aliases to working template canonical parameter names
	local _include_positional;
	
	if frame.args._exclude and ('' ~= frame.args._exclude) then					-- if there is |_exclude= and it's not empty
		exclude = mw.text.split (frame.args._exclude, "%s*,%s*");				-- make a table from its contents
	end
																				-- TODO: |_reuse= needs a better name (|_reuse=)
	if frame.args._reuse and ('' ~= frame.args._reuse) then					-- if there is |_reuse= and it's not empty
		reuse_list = mw.text.split (frame.args._reuse, "%s*,%s*");				-- make a table from its contents
	end

	if frame.args['_alias-map'] and ('' ~= frame.args['_alias-map']) then		-- if there is |_alias-map= and it's not empty
		alias_map = alias_map_get (frame.args['_alias-map']);					-- make a table from its contents
	end

	template = frame_args_get (frame.args, args, list);							-- get parameters provided in the {{#invoke:template wrapper|...|...}}
	if nil == template or '' == template then									-- this is the one parameter that is required by this module
		return nil;																-- not present, tell calling function to emit an error message
	end
	
	_include_positional = 'yes' == frame.args['_include-positional'];			-- when true pass all positional parameters along with non-excluded named parameters to ...
																				-- ... the working template; positional parameters are not excludable
																				
	local _pframe_args = frame:getParent().args;								-- here we get the wrapper template's 'live' parameters from pframe.args
	local pframe_args = {};														-- a local table that we can modify

	for k, v in pairs (_pframe_args) do											-- make a copy that we can modify
		pframe_args[k] = v;
	end
	
-- here we look for pframe parameters that are aliases of canonical parameter names; when found
-- we replace the alias with the canonical.  We do this here because the reuse_list works on
-- canonical parameter names so first we convert alias parameter names to canonical names and then
-- we remove those canonical names from the pframe table that are reused (provided to the working
-- template through the frame args table)

	for k, v in pairs (alias_map) do											-- k is alias name, v is canonical name
		if pframe_args[k] then													-- if pframe_args has parameter with alias name
			pframe_args[v] = _pframe_args[k];									-- create new canonical name with alias' value
			pframe_args[k] = nil;												-- unset the alias
		end
	end

	for k, v in pairs (pframe_args) do											-- do enumerated parameter alias -> canonical translation
		if 'string' == type (k) then											-- only named parameters can be enumerated
			if alias_map[k..'#'] then											-- non-enumerated alias matches enumerated parameter pattern? enumerator at end only
				pframe_args[alias_map[k..'#']:gsub('#', '')] = v;				-- remove '#' and copy parameter to pframe_args table
				pframe_args[k] = nil;											-- unset the alias
			elseif k:match ('%d+') then											-- if this parameter name contains digits
				local temp = k:gsub ('%d+', '#');								-- make a copy; digits replaced with single '#'
				local enum = k:match ('%d+');									-- get the enumerator
				
				if alias_map[temp] then											-- if this parameter is a recognized enumerated alias
					pframe_args[alias_map[temp]:gsub('#', enum)] = v;			-- use canonical name and replace '#' with enumerator and add to pframe_args
					pframe_args[k] = nil;										-- unset the alias
				end
			end
		end
	end

-- pframe parameters that are _reused are 'reused' have the form something like this:
--	|chapter=[[wikisource:{{{chapter}}}|{{{chapter}}}]]
-- where a parameter in the wrapping template is modified and then passed to the working template
-- using the same parameter name (in this example |chapter=)

																				-- remove parameters that will be reused
	for k, v in ipairs (reuse_list) do											-- k is numerical index, v is canonical parameter name to ignore
		if pframe_args[v] then													-- if pframe_args has parameter that should be ignored
			pframe_args[v] = nil;												-- unset the ignored parameter
		end
	end

	pframe_args_get (pframe_args, args, exclude, _include_positional, list);	-- add parameters and values to args that are not listed in the exclude table

	return template;															-- args now has all default and live parameters, return working template name
end


--[[--------------------------< W R A P >----------------------------------------------------------------------

Template entry point.  Call this function to 'execute' the working template

]]

local function wrap (frame)
	local args = {};															-- table of default and live parameters and their values to be passed to the wrapped template
	local template;																-- the name of the working template

	template = _main (frame, args, false);										-- get default and live parameters and the name of the working template
	if not template then														-- template name is required
		return error_msg;														-- emit error message and abandon if template name not present
	end

	return frame:expandTemplate {title=template, args=args};					-- render the working template
end


--[[--------------------------< L I S T >----------------------------------------------------------------------

Template entry point.  Call this function to 'display' the source for the working template.  This function added
as a result of a TfD here: Wikipedia:Templates_for_discussion/Log/2018_April_28#Module:PassArguments

This function replaces a similarly named function which was used in {{cite compare}} and {{cite compare2}}

Values in the args table are numerically indexed strings in the form 'name=value'

]]


local function list (frame)
	local args = {};															-- table of default and live parameters and their values to be passed to the listed template
	local template;																-- the name of the listed template

	template = _main (frame, args, true);										-- get default and live parameters and the name of the listed template
	if not template then														-- template name is required
		return error_msg;														-- emit error message and abandon if template name not present
	end

	return frame:preprocess (table.concat ({'<code style="color:inherit; background:inherit; border:none;"><nowiki>{{', template, ' |', table.concat( args, ' |' ), '}}</nowiki></code>'}));	-- render the template
end


--[[--------------------------< E X P O R T E D   F U N C T I O N S >------------------------------------------
]]

return {
	list = list,
	wrap = wrap,
	};