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# SchoolTool - common information systems platform for school administration
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SchoolBell calendar views.

$Id: cal.py 5753 2006-02-11 14:54:31Z ignas $

from datetime import datetime, date, time, timedelta
import urllib
import calendar
import sys

import transaction
from zope.event import notify
from zope.app import zapi
from zope.app.event.objectevent import ObjectModifiedEvent
from zope.app.form.browser.add import AddView
from zope.app.form.browser.editview import EditView
from zope.app.form.utility import setUpWidgets
from zope.app.form.interfaces import ConversionError
from zope.app.form.interfaces import IWidgetInputError, IInputWidget
from zope.app.form.interfaces import WidgetInputError, WidgetsError
from zope.app.form.utility import getWidgetsData
from zope.app.pagetemplate.viewpagetemplatefile import ViewPageTemplateFile
from zope.app.publisher.browser import BrowserView
from zope.app.traversing.browser.absoluteurl import absoluteURL, AbsoluteURL
from zope.app.filerepresentation.interfaces import IWriteFile, IReadFile
from zope.app.session.interfaces import ISession
from zope.component import queryView, queryMultiAdapter, adapts
from zope.interface import implements, Interface
from zope.i18n import translate
from zope.publisher.interfaces.browser import IBrowserPublisher
from zope.publisher.interfaces import NotFound
from zope.schema import Date, TextLine, Choice, Int, Bool, List, Text
from zope.schema.interfaces import RequiredMissing, ConstraintNotSatisfied
from zope.app.securitypolicy.interfaces import IPrincipalPermissionManager
from zope.security.proxy import removeSecurityProxy
from zope.security.interfaces import ForbiddenAttribute
from zope.security.checker import canAccess
from zope.app.container.interfaces import ISimpleReadContainer
from zope.app.http.traversal import ContainerTraverser

from pytz import timezone

from schoolbell.app.browser import ViewPreferences
from schoolbell.app.browser import pdfcal
from schoolbell.app.app import getSchoolBellApplication
from schoolbell.app.cal import CalendarEvent
from schoolbell.app.interfaces import ICalendarOwner, ISchoolBellCalendarEvent
from schoolbell.app.interfaces import ISchoolBellCalendar, IPerson
from schoolbell.app.interfaces import ISchoolBellApplication
from schoolbell.app.interfaces import IPersonPreferences, IResource
from schoolbell.app.interfaces import vocabulary
from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import ICalendar, ICalendarEvent
from schoolbell.calendar.recurrent import DailyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.recurrent import YearlyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.recurrent import MonthlyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.recurrent import WeeklyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import IDailyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import IYearlyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import IMonthlyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import IWeeklyRecurrenceRule
from schoolbell.calendar.utils import parse_date, parse_datetimetz
from schoolbell.calendar.utils import parse_time, weeknum_bounds
from schoolbell.calendar.utils import week_start, prev_month, next_month
from schoolbell.calendar.icalendar import ical_datetime
from schoolbell import SchoolBellMessage as _

def same(a, b):
    """Return True if a and b points to the same possibly proxied object."""
    return removeSecurityProxy(a) is removeSecurityProxy(b)

# Constants

month_names = {
    1: _("January"), 2: _("February"), 3: _("March"),
    4: _("April"), 5: _("May"), 6: _("June"),
    7: _("July"), 8: _("August"), 9: _("September"),
    10: _("October"), 11: _("November"), 12: _("December")}

day_of_week_names = {
    0: _("Monday"), 1: _("Tuesday"), 2: _("Wednesday"), 3: _("Thursday"),
    4: _("Friday"), 5: _("Saturday"), 6: _("Sunday")}

short_day_of_week_names = {
    0: _("Mon"), 1: _("Tue"), 2: _("Wed"), 3: _("Thu"),
    4: _("Fri"), 5: _("Sat"), 6: _("Sun"),

utc = timezone('UTC')

# Traversal

00116 class CalendarOwnerTraverser(object):
    """A traverser that allows to traverse to a calendar owner's calendar."""


    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

    def publishTraverse(self, request, name):
        if name == 'calendar':
            return self.context.calendar
        elif name in ('calendar.ics', 'calendar.vfb'):
            calendar = self.context.calendar
            view = queryMultiAdapter((calendar, request), name=name)
            if view is not None:
                return view

        view = queryMultiAdapter((self.context, request), name=name)
        if view is not None:
            return view

        raise NotFound(self.context, name, request)

    def browserDefault(self, request):
        return self.context, ('index.html', )

00145 class CalendarTraverser(object):
    """A smart calendar traverser that can handle dates in the URL."""


    queryMultiAdapter = staticmethod(queryMultiAdapter)

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

    def browserDefault(self, request):
        return self.context, ('daily.html', )

    def publishTraverse(self, request, name):
        view_name = self.getHTMLViewByDate(request, name)
        if not view_name:
            view_name = self.getPDFViewByDate(request, name)
        if view_name:
            return self.queryMultiAdapter((self.context, request),

        view = queryMultiAdapter((self.context, request), name=name)
        if view is not None:
            return view

            return self.context.find(name)
        except KeyError:
            raise NotFound(self.context, name, request)

00177     def getHTMLViewByDate(self, request, name):
        """Get HTML view name from URL component."""
        return self.getViewByDate(request, name, 'html')

00181     def getPDFViewByDate(self, request, name):
        """Get PDF view name from URL component."""
        if not name.endswith('.pdf'):
            return None
        name = name[:-4] # strip off the .pdf
        view_name = self.getViewByDate(request, name, 'pdf')
        if view_name == 'yearly.pdf':
            return None # the yearly PDF view is not available
            return view_name

00192     def getViewByDate(self, request, name, suffix):
        """Get view name from URL component."""
        parts = name.split('-')

        if len(parts) == 2 and parts[1].startswith('w'): # a week was given
                year = int(parts[0])
                week = int(parts[1][1:])
            except ValueError:
            request.form['date'] = self.getWeek(year, week).isoformat()
            return 'weekly.%s' % suffix

        # a year, month or day might have been given
            parts = [int(part) for part in parts]
        except ValueError:
        if not parts:
        parts = tuple(parts)

        if not (1900 < parts[0] < 2100):

        if len(parts) == 1:
            request.form['date'] = "%d-01-01" % parts
            return 'yearly.%s' % suffix
        elif len(parts) == 2:
            request.form['date'] = "%d-%02d-01" % parts
            return 'monthly.%s' % suffix
        elif len(parts) == 3:
            request.form['date'] = "%d-%02d-%02d" % parts
            return 'daily.%s' % suffix

00227     def getWeek(self, year, week):
        """Get the start of a week by week number.

        The Monday of the given week is returned as a datetime.date.

            >>> traverser = CalendarTraverser(None, None)
            >>> traverser.getWeek(2002, 11)
            datetime.date(2002, 3, 11)
            >>> traverser.getWeek(2005, 1)
            datetime.date(2005, 1, 3)
            >>> traverser.getWeek(2005, 52)
            datetime.date(2005, 12, 26)

        return weeknum_bounds(year, week)[0]

00244 class CalendarOwnerWebTraverser(object):
    """A traverser that allows to traverse to a calendar owner's calendar,
    in addition to views.

    For HTTPRequests.


    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

    def publishTraverse(self, request, name):
        if name in ('calendar.ics', 'calendar.vfb', 'calendar'):
            return self.context.calendar

        if ISimpleReadContainer.providedBy(self.context):
            traverser = ContainerTraverser(self.context, self.request)
            return traverser.publishTraverse(request, name)

        raise NotFound(self.context, name, request)

    def browserDefault(self, request):
        return self.context, ('GET', )

00272 class CalendarHTTPTraverser(object):
    """Traverser that allows different ways of accessing ones calendar.

    For HTTPRequest.


    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

    def publishTraverse(self, request, name):
        if name in ('calendar.ics', 'calendar.vfb'):
            return self.context

        raise NotFound(self.context, name, request)

    def browserDefault(self, request):
        return self.context, ('GET', )

# Calendar displaying backend

00299 class EventForDisplay(object):
    """A single calendar event.

    This is a wrapper around an ICalendarEvent object.  It adds view-specific

        dtend -- timestamp when the event ends
        color1, color2 -- colors used for display
        shortTitle -- title truncated to ~15 characters
        cssClass - 'class' attribute for styles
        dtstarttz -- dtstart renderred in the view's timezone
        dtendtz -- dtend renderred in the view's timezone
        allday -- whether this event is an all day event or not


    cssClass = 'event'  # at the moment no other classes are used

    def __init__(self, event, color1, color2, source_calendar, timezone=utc):
        self.source_calendar = source_calendar
        if canAccess(source_calendar, '__iter__'):
            # Due to limitations in the default Zope 3 security policy, a
            # calendar event inherits permissions from the calendar of its
            # __parent__.  However if there's an event that books a resource,
            # and the authenticated user has schoolbell.viewCalendar access
            # for the resource's calendar, she should be able to view this
            # event when it comes from the resource's calendar.  For this
            # reason we have to remove the security proxy and check the
            # permission manually.
            event = removeSecurityProxy(event)
        self.context = event
        self.dtend = event.dtstart + event.duration
        self.color1 = color1
        self.color2 = color2
        self.shortTitle = self.title
        self.allday = event.allday
        if len(self.title) > 16:
            self.shortTitle = self.title[:15] + '...'
        self.dtstarttz = event.dtstart.astimezone(timezone)
        self.dtendtz = self.dtend.astimezone(timezone)

    def __cmp__(self, other):
        return cmp(self.context.dtstart, other.context.dtstart)

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        return getattr(self.context, name)

00346     def getBooker(self):
        """If context event comes from a resource calendar - return the booker.

        Checking whether the source calendar of the event is the same
        as the parent calendar is enough, because only booked
        resources can have events with non matching parent and source.
        calendar = self.context.__parent__ 
        if calendar is not None and self.source_calendar != calendar:
            # XXX Shouldn't there be `is not` instead of `!=`?
            return calendar.__parent__
            return None

00360     def getBookedResources(self):
        """Return the list of booked resources.

        Only if the source calendar is not a parent calendar of the
        if self.source_calendar == self.context.__parent__:
            return self.context.resources
        return ()

00370     def renderShort(self):
        """Short representation of the event for the monthly view."""
        if self.dtstart.date() == self.dtend.date():
            duration =  "%s&ndash;%s" % \
            duration =  "%s&ndash;%s" % \
        return "%s (%s)" % (self.shortTitle, duration)

00383 class CalendarDay(object):
    """A single day in a calendar.

       'date'   -- date of the day (a datetime.date instance)
       'title'  -- day title, including weekday and date.
       'events' -- list of events that took place that day, sorted by start
                   time (in ascending order).

    def __init__(self, date, events=None):
        if events is None:
            events = []
        self.date = date
        self.events = events
        day_of_week = day_of_week_names[date.weekday()]
        self.title = _('${day_of_week}, ${date}',
                       mapping={'day_of_week': day_of_week,
                                'date': date.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')})
        # XXX Shouldn't we use a i18n formatter for the date in the title?

    def __cmp__(self, other):
        return cmp(self.date, other.date)

00407     def today(self):
        """Return 'today' if self.date is today, otherwise return ''."""
        return self.date == date.today() and 'today' or ''

# Calendar display views

00416 class CalendarViewBase(BrowserView):
    """A base class for the calendar views.

    This class provides functionality that is useful to several calendar views.

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

    # Which day is considered to be the first day of the week (0 = Monday,
    # 6 = Sunday).  Based on authenticated user preference, defaults to Monday

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

        # XXX Clean this up (use self.preferences in this and subclasses)
        prefs = ViewPreferences(request)
        self.first_day_of_week = prefs.first_day_of_week
        self.time_fmt = prefs.timeformat
        self.dateformat = prefs.dateformat
        self.timezone = prefs.timezone

        self._days_cache = None

    def pdfURL(self):
        if pdfcal.disabled:
            return None
            assert self.cal_type != 'yearly'
            url = self.calURL(self.cal_type, cursor=self.cursor)
            return url + '.pdf'

    def dayTitle(self, day):
        dayformat = '%A, ' + self.dateformat
        return u'' + day.strftime(dayformat)

    __url = None

00454     def calURL(self, cal_type, cursor=None):
        """Construct a URL to a calendar at cursor."""
        if cursor is None:
            session = ISession(self.request)['calendar']
            dt = session.get('last_visited_day')
            if dt and self.inCurrentPeriod(dt):
                cursor = dt
                cursor = self.cursor

        if self.__url is None:
            self.__url = absoluteURL(self.context, self.request)

        if cal_type == 'daily':
            dt = cursor.isoformat()
        elif cal_type == 'weekly':
            dt = '%04d-w%02d' % cursor.isocalendar()[:2]
        elif cal_type == 'monthly':
            dt = cursor.strftime('%Y-%m')
        elif cal_type == 'yearly':
            dt = str(cursor.year)
            raise ValueError(cal_type)

        return '%s/%s' % (self.__url, dt)

00480     def _initDaysCache(self):
        """Initialize the _days_cache attribute.

        When ``update`` figures out which time period will be displayed to the
        user, it calls ``_initDaysCache`` to give the view a chance to
        precompute the calendar events for the time interval.

        The base implementation designates three months around self.cursor as
        the time interval for caching.
        # The calendar portlet will always want three months around self.cursor
        start_of_prev_month = prev_month(self.cursor)
        first = week_start(start_of_prev_month, self.first_day_of_week)
        end_of_next_month = next_month(next_month(self.cursor)) - timedelta(1)
        last = week_start(end_of_next_month,
                          self.first_day_of_week) + timedelta(7)
        self._days_cache = DaysCache(self._getDays, first, last)

00498     def update(self):
        """Figure out which date we're supposed to be showing.

        Can extract date from the request or the session.  Defaults on today.
        session = ISession(self.request)['calendar']
        dt = session.get('last_visited_day')

        if 'date' not in self.request:
            self.cursor = dt or date.today()
            # TODO: It would be nice not to b0rk when the date is invalid but
            # fall back to the current date, as if the date had not been
            # specified.
            self.cursor = parse_date(self.request['date'])

        if not (dt and self.inCurrentPeriod(dt)):
            session['last_visited_day'] = self.cursor


00519     def inCurrentPeriod(self, dt):
        """Return True if dt is in the period currently being shown."""
        raise NotImplementedError("override in subclasses")

00523     def pigeonhole(self, intervals, days):
        """Sort CalendarDay objects into date intervals.

        Can be used to sort a list of CalendarDay objects into weeks,
        months, quarters etc.

        `intervals` is a list of date pairs that define half-open time
        intervals (the start date is inclusive, and the end date is
        exclusive).  Intervals can overlap.

        Returns a list of CalendarDay object lists -- one list for
        each interval.
        results = []
        for start, end in intervals:
            results.append([day for day in days if start <= day.date < end])
        return results

00541     def getWeek(self, dt):
        """Return the week that contains the day dt.

        Returns a list of CalendarDay objects.
        start = week_start(dt, self.first_day_of_week)
        end = start + timedelta(7)
        return self.getDays(start, end)

00550     def getMonth(self, dt, days=None):
        """Return a nested list of days in the month that contains dt.

        Returns a list of lists of date objects.  Days in neighbouring
        months are included if they fall into a week that contains days in
        the current month.
        start_of_next_month = next_month(dt)
        start_of_week = week_start(dt.replace(day=1), self.first_day_of_week)
        start_of_display_month = start_of_week

        week_intervals = []
        while start_of_week < start_of_next_month:
            start_of_next_week = start_of_week + timedelta(7)
            week_intervals.append((start_of_week, start_of_next_week))
            start_of_week = start_of_next_week

        end_of_display_month = start_of_week
        if not days:
            days = self.getDays(start_of_display_month, end_of_display_month)
        # Make sure the cache contains all the days we're interested in
        assert days[0].date <= start_of_display_month, 'not enough days'
        assert days[-1].date >= end_of_display_month - timedelta(1), 'not enough days'
        weeks = self.pigeonhole(week_intervals, days)
        return weeks

00576     def getYear(self, dt):
        """Return the current year.

        This returns a list of quarters, each quarter is a list of months,
        each month is a list of weeks, and each week is a list of CalendarDays.

        first_day_of_year = date(dt.year, 1, 1)
        year_start_day_padded_weeks = week_start(first_day_of_year)
        last_day_of_year = date(dt.year, 12, 31)
        year_end_day_padded_weeks = week_start(last_day_of_year) + timedelta(7)

        day_cache = self.getDays(year_start_day_padded_weeks,

        quarters = []
        for q in range(4):
            quarter = [self.getMonth(date(dt.year, month + (q * 3), 1),
                       for month in range(1, 4)]
        return quarters

    _day_events = None # cache

00601     def dayEvents(self, date):
        """Return events for a day sorted by start time.

        Events spanning several days and overlapping with this day
        are included.
        if self._day_events is None:
            self._day_events = {}

        if date in self._day_events:
            day = self._day_events[date]
            day = self.getDays(date, date + timedelta(1))[0]
            self._day_events[date] = day
        return day.events

    _calendars = None # cache

    def getCalendars(self):
        view = zapi.getMultiAdapter((self.context, self.request),
        if self._calendars is None:
            self._calendars = list(view.getCalendars())
        return self._calendars

00626     def getEvents(self, start_dt, end_dt):
        """Get a list of EventForDisplay objects for a selected time interval.

        `start_dt` and `end_dt` (datetime objects) are bounds (half-open) for
        the result.
        start_dt = start_dt.replace(tzinfo=self.timezone)
        end_dt = end_dt.replace(tzinfo=self.timezone)
        for calendar, color1, color2 in self.getCalendars():
            for event in calendar.expand(start_dt, end_dt):
                if (same(event.__parent__, self.context) and
                    calendar is not self.context):
                    # Skip resource booking events (coming from
                    # overlaid calendars) if they were booked by the
                    # person whose calendar we are viewing.
                    # removeSecurityProxy(event.__parent__) and
                    # removeSecurityProxy(self.context) are needed so we
                    # could compare them.
                yield EventForDisplay(event, color1, color2, calendar,

00648     def getDays(self, start, end):
        """Get a list of CalendarDay objects for a selected period of time.

        Uses the _days_cache.

        `start` and `end` (date objects) are bounds (half-open) for the result.

        Events spanning more than one day get included in all days they
        if self._days_cache is None:
            return self._getDays(start, end)
            return self._days_cache.getDays(start, end)

00663     def _getDays(self, start, end):
        """Get a list of CalendarDay objects for a selected period of time.

        No caching.

        `start` and `end` (date objects) are bounds (half-open) for the result.

        Events spanning more than one day get included in all days they
        events = {}
        day = start
        while day < end:
            events[day] = []
            day += timedelta(1)

        # We have date objects, but ICalendar.expand needs datetime objects
        # XXX utc here is a bug, probably http://issues.schooltool.org/issue373
        start_dt = datetime.combine(start, time(tzinfo=utc))
        end_dt = datetime.combine(end, time(tzinfo=utc))
        for event in self.getEvents(start_dt, end_dt):
            #  day1  day2  day3  day4  day5
            # |.....|.....|.....|.....|.....|
            # |     |  [-- event --)  |     |
            # |     |  ^  |     |  ^  |     |
            # |     |  `dtstart |  `dtend   |
            #        ^^^^^       ^^^^^
            #      first_day   last_day
            # dtstart and dtend are datetime.datetime instances and point to
            # time instants.  first_day and last_day are datetime.date
            # instances and point to whole days.  Also note that [dtstart,
            # dtend) is a half-open interval, therefore
            #   last_day == dtend.date() - 1 day   when dtend.time() is 00:00
            #                                      and duration > 0
            #               dtend.date()           otherwise
            dtend = event.dtend
            first_day = event.dtstart.astimezone(self.timezone).date()
            last_day = max(first_day, (dtend.astimezone(self.timezone) - dtend.resolution).date())
            # Loop through the intersection of two day ranges:
            #    [start, end) intersect [first_day, last_day]
            # Note that the first interval is half-open, but the second one is
            # closed.  Since we're dealing with whole days,
            #    [first_day, last_day] == [first_day, last_day + 1 day)
            day = max(start, first_day)
            limit = min(end, last_day + timedelta(1))
            while day < limit:
                day += timedelta(1)

        days = []
        day = start
        while day < end:
            days.append(CalendarDay(day, events[day]))
            day += timedelta(1)
        return days

00721     def prevMonth(self):
        """Return the first day of the previous month."""
        return prev_month(self.cursor)

00725     def nextMonth(self):
        """Return the first day of the next month."""
        return next_month(self.cursor)

    def prevDay(self):
        return self.cursor - timedelta(1)

    def nextDay(self):
        return self.cursor + timedelta(1)

00735     def getJumpToYears(self):
        """Return jump targets for five years centered on the current year."""
        this_year = datetime.today().year
        return [{'label': year,
                 'href': self.calURL('yearly', date(year, 1, 1))}
                for year in range(this_year - 2, this_year + 3)]

00742     def getJumpToMonths(self):
        """Return a list of months for the drop down in the jump portlet."""
        year = self.cursor.year
        return [{'label': v,
                 'href': self.calURL('monthly', date(year, k, 1))}
                for k, v in month_names.items()]

    def monthTitle(self, date):
        return month_names[date.month]

00752     def renderRow(self, week, month):
        """Do some HTML rendering in Python for performance.

        This gains us 0.4 seconds out of 0.6 on my machine.
        Here is the original piece of ZPT:

         <td class="cal_yearly_day" tal:repeat="day week">
          <a tal:condition="python:day.date.month == month[1][0].date.month"
             tal:attributes="href python:view.calURL('daily', day.date);
                             class python:(len(day.events) > 0
                                           and 'cal_yearly_day_busy'
                                           or  'cal_yearly_day')
                                        + (day.today() and ' today' or '')"/>
        result = []

        for day in week:
            result.append('<td class="cal_yearly_day">')
            if day.date.month == month:
                if len(day.events):
                    cssClass = 'cal_yearly_day_busy'
                    cssClass = 'cal_yearly_day'
                if day.today():
                    cssClass += ' today'
                # Let us hope that URLs will not contain < > & or "
                # This is somewhat related to
                #   http://issues.schooltool.org/issue96
                result.append('<a href="%s" class="%s">%s</a>' %
                              (self.calURL('daily', day.date), cssClass,
        return "\n".join(result)

00788     def canAddEvents(self):
        """Return True if current viewer can add events to this calendar."""
        return canAccess(self.context, "addEvent")

00792     def canRemoveEvents(self):
        """Return True if current viewer can remove events to this calendar."""
        return canAccess(self.context, "removeEvent")

00797 class DaysCache(object):
    """A cache of calendar days.

    Since the expansion of recurrent calendar events, and the pigeonholing of
    calendar events into days is an expensive task, it is better to compute
    the calendar days of a single larger period of time, and then refer
    to subsets of the result.

    DaysCache provides an object that is able to do so.  The goal here is that
    any view will need perform the expensive computation only once or twice.

00809     def __init__(self, expensive_getDays, cache_first, cache_last):
        """Create a cache.

        ``expensive_getDays`` is a function that takes a half-open date range
        and returns a list of CalendarDay objects.

        ``cache_first`` and ``cache_last`` provide the initial approximation
        of the date range that will be needed in the future.  You may later
        extend the cache interval by calling ``extend``.
        self.expensive_getDays = expensive_getDays
        self.cache_first = cache_first
        self.cache_last = cache_last
        self._cache = None

00824     def extend(self, first, last):
        """Extend the cache.

        You should call ``extend`` before any calls to ``getDays``, and not
        self.cache_first = min(self.cache_first, first)
        self.cache_last = max(self.cache_last, last)

00833     def getDays(self, first, last):
        """Return a list of calendar days from ``first`` to ``last``.

        If the interval from ``first`` to ``last`` falls into the cached
        range, and the cache is already computed, this operation becomes

        If the interval is not in cache, delegates to the expensive_getDays
        assert first <= last, 'invalid date range: %s..%s' % (first, last)
        if first >= self.cache_first and last <= self.cache_last:
            if self._cache is None:
                self._cache = self.expensive_getDays(self.cache_first,
            first_idx = (first - self.cache_first).days
            last_idx = (last - self.cache_first).days
            return self._cache[first_idx:last_idx]
            return self.expensive_getDays(first, last)

00855 class WeeklyCalendarView(CalendarViewBase):
    """A view that shows one week of the calendar."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

    cal_type = 'weekly'

    next_title = _("Next week")
    current_title = _("Current week")
    prev_title = _("Previous week")

00866     def inCurrentPeriod(self, dt):
        # XXX wrong if week starts on Sunday.
        return dt.isocalendar()[:2] == self.cursor.isocalendar()[:2]

    def title(self):
        month_name_msgid = month_names[self.cursor.month]
        month_name = translate(month_name_msgid, context=self.request)
        msg = _('${month}, ${year} (week ${week})',
                mapping={'month': month_name,
                         'year': self.cursor.year,
                         'week': self.cursor.isocalendar()[1]})
        return msg

00879     def prev(self):
        """Return the link for the previous week."""
        return self.calURL('weekly', self.cursor - timedelta(weeks=1))

00883     def current(self):
        """Return the link for the current week."""
        return self.calURL('weekly', date.today())

00887     def next(self):
        """Return the link for the next week."""
        return self.calURL('weekly', self.cursor + timedelta(weeks=1))

00891     def getCurrentWeek(self):
        """Return the current week as a list of CalendarDay objects."""
        return self.getWeek(self.cursor)

00896 class AtomCalendarView(WeeklyCalendarView):
    """View the upcoming week's events in Atom formatted xml."""

00899     def getCurrentWeek(self):
        """Return the current week as a list of CalendarDay objects."""
        return self.getWeek(date.today())

    def w3cdtf_datetime(self, dt):
        return dt.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")

    def w3cdtf_datetime_now(self):
        return datetime.now().strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ")

00910 class MonthlyCalendarView(CalendarViewBase):
    """Monthly calendar view."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

    cal_type = 'monthly'

    next_title = _("Next month")
    current_title = _("Current month")
    prev_title = _("Previous month")

00921     def inCurrentPeriod(self, dt):
        return (dt.year, dt.month) == (self.cursor.year, self.cursor.month)

    def title(self):
        month_name_msgid = month_names[self.cursor.month]
        month_name = translate(month_name_msgid, context=self.request)
        msg = _('${month}, ${year}',
                mapping={'month': month_name, 'year': self.cursor.year})
        return msg

00931     def prev(self):
        """Return the link for the previous month."""
        return self.calURL('monthly', self.prevMonth())

00935     def current(self):
        """Return the link for the current month."""
        return self.calURL('monthly', date.today())

00939     def next(self):
        """Return the link for the next month."""
        return self.calURL('monthly', self.nextMonth())

    def dayOfWeek(self, date):
        return day_of_week_names[date.weekday()]

    def weekTitle(self, date):
        msg = _('Week ${week_no}',
                mapping={'week_no': date.isocalendar()[1]})
        return msg

00951     def getCurrentMonth(self):
        """Return the current month as a nested list of CalendarDays."""
        return self.getMonth(self.cursor)

00956 class YearlyCalendarView(CalendarViewBase):
    """Yearly calendar view."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

    cal_type = 'yearly'

    next_title = _("Next year")
    current_title = _("Current year")
    prev_title = _("Previous year")

    def pdfURL(self):
        return None

00970     def inCurrentPeriod(self, dt):
        return dt.year == self.cursor.year

    def title(self):
        return unicode(self.cursor.year)

00976     def prev(self):
        """Return the link for the previous year."""
        return self.calURL('yearly', date(self.cursor.year - 1, 1, 1))

00980     def current(self):
        """Return the link for the current year."""
        return self.calURL('yearly', date.today())

00984     def next(self):
        """Return the link for the next year."""
        return self.calURL('yearly', date(self.cursor.year + 1, 1, 1))

    def shortDayOfWeek(self, date):
        return short_day_of_week_names[date.weekday()]

00991     def _initDaysCache(self):
        """Initialize the _days_cache attribute.

        When ``update`` figures out which time period will be displayed to the
        user, it calls ``_initDaysCache`` to give the view a chance to
        precompute the calendar events for the time interval.

        This implementation designates the year of self.cursor as the time
        interval for caching.
        first_day_of_year = self.cursor.replace(month=1, day=1)
        first = week_start(first_day_of_year, self.first_day_of_week)
        last_day_of_year = self.cursor.replace(month=12, day=31)
        last = week_start(last_day_of_year,
                          self.first_day_of_week) + timedelta(7)
        self._days_cache.extend(first, last)

01010 class DailyCalendarView(CalendarViewBase):
    """Daily calendar view.

    The events are presented as boxes on a 'sheet' with rows
    representing hours.

    The challenge here is to present the events as a table, so that
    the overlapping events are displayed side by side, and the size of
    the boxes illustrate the duration of the events.

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

    cal_type = 'daily'

    starthour = 8
    endhour = 19

    next_title = _("The next day")
    current_title = _("Today")
    prev_title = _("The previous day")

01032     def inCurrentPeriod(self, dt):
        return dt == self.cursor

    def title(self):
        return self.dayTitle(self.cursor)

01038     def prev(self):
        """Return the link for the next day."""
        return self.calURL('daily', self.cursor - timedelta(1))

01042     def current(self):
        """Return the link for today."""
        return self.calURL('daily', date.today())

01046     def next(self):
        """Return the link for the previous day."""
        return self.calURL('daily', self.cursor + timedelta(1))

01050     def getColumns(self):
        """Return the maximum number of events that are overlapping.

        Extends the event so that start and end times fall on hour
        boundaries before calculating overlaps.
        width = [0] * 24
        daystart = datetime.combine(self.cursor, time(tzinfo=utc))
        for event in self.dayEvents(self.cursor):
            t = daystart
            dtend = daystart + timedelta(1)
            for title, start, duration in self.calendarRows():
                if start <= event.dtstart < start + duration:
                    t = start
                if start < event.dtstart + event.duration <= start + duration:
                    dtend = start + duration
            while True:
                width[t.hour] += 1
                t += timedelta(hours=1)
                if t >= dtend:
        return max(width) or 1

01073     def _setRange(self, events):
        """Set the starthour and endhour attributes according to events.

        The range of the hours to display is the union of the range
        8:00-18:00 and time spans of all the events in the events
        for event in events:
            start = self.timezone.localize(datetime.combine(self.cursor,
            end = self.timezone.localize(datetime.combine(self.cursor,
                   time()) + timedelta(hours=self.endhour)) # endhour may be 24
            if event.dtstart < start:
                newstart = max(self.timezone.localize(
                                        datetime.combine(self.cursor, time())),
                self.starthour = newstart.hour

            if event.dtstart + event.duration > end and \
                event.dtstart.astimezone(self.timezone).day <= self.cursor.day:
                newend = min(self.timezone.localize(
                                                        time())) + timedelta(1),
                            event.dtstart.astimezone(self.timezone) +
                                        event.duration + timedelta(0, 3599))
                self.endhour = newend.hour
                if self.endhour == 0:
                    self.endhour = 24

    __cursor = None
    __calendar_rows = None

01105     def calendarRows(self):
        """Iterate over (title, start, duration) of time slots that make up
        the daily calendar.

        Returns a list, caches the answer for subsequent calls.
        view = zapi.getMultiAdapter((self.context, self.request),
        return view.calendarRows(self.cursor, self.starthour, self.endhour)

01115     def getHours(self):
        """Return an iterator over the rows of the table.

        Every row is a dict with the following keys:

            'time' -- row label (e.g. 8:00)
            'cols' -- sequence of cell values for this row

        A cell value can be one of the following:
            None  -- if there is no event in this cell
            event -- if an event starts in this cell
            ''    -- if an event started above this cell

        nr_cols = self.getColumns()
        all_events = self.dayEvents(self.cursor)
        # Filter allday events
        simple_events = [event for event in all_events
                         if not event.allday]
        slots = Slots()
        top = 0
        for title, start, duration in self.calendarRows():
            end = start + duration
            hour = start.hour

            # Remove the events that have already ended
            for i in range(nr_cols):
                ev = slots.get(i, None)
                if ev is not None and ev.dtstart + ev.duration <= start:
                    del slots[i]

            # Add events that start during (or before) this hour
            while (simple_events and simple_events[0].dtstart < end):
                event = simple_events.pop(0)

            cols = []
            # Format the row
            for i in range(nr_cols):
                ev = slots.get(i, None)
                if (ev is not None
                    and ev.dtstart < start
                    and hour != self.starthour):
                    # The event started before this hour (except first row)
                    # Either None, or new event

            height = duration.seconds / 900.0
            if height < 1.5:
                # Do not display the time of the start of the period when there
                # is too little space as that looks rather ugly.
                title = ''

            yield {'title': title,
                   'cols': tuple(cols),
                   'time': start.strftime("%H:%M"),
                   'top': top,
                   'height': height,
                   # We can trust no period will be longer than a day
                   'duration': duration.seconds // 60}

            top += height

01181     def snapToGrid(self, dt):
        """Calculate the position of a datetime on the display grid.

        The daily view uses a grid where a unit (currently 'em', but that
        can be changed in the page template) corresponds to 15 minutes, and
        0 represents self.starthour.

        Clips dt so that it is never outside today's box.
        dtaware = dt.replace(tzinfo=self.timezone)
        base = datetime.combine(self.cursor, time(tzinfo=self.timezone))
        display_start = base + timedelta(hours=self.starthour)
        display_end = base + timedelta(hours=self.endhour)
        clipped_dt = max(display_start, min(dtaware, display_end))
        td = clipped_dt - display_start
        offset_in_minutes = td.seconds / 60 + td.days * 24 * 60
        return offset_in_minutes / 15.

01199     def eventTop(self, event):
        """Calculate the position of the top of the event block in the display.

        See `snapToGrid`.
        return self.snapToGrid(event.dtstart.astimezone(self.timezone))

01206     def eventHeight(self, event, minheight=3):
        """Calculate the height of the event block in the display.

        Rounds the height up to a minimum of minheight.

        See `snapToGrid`.
        dtend = event.dtstart + event.duration
        return max(minheight,
                   self.snapToGrid(dtend) - self.snapToGrid(event.dtstart))

01217     def isResourceCalendar(self):
        """Return True if we are showing a calendar of some resource."""
        return IResource.providedBy(self.context.__parent__)

01221     def getAllDayEvents(self):
        """Get a list of EventForDisplay objects for the all-day events at the
        cursors current position.
        for event in self.dayEvents(self.cursor):
            if event.allday:
                yield event

01230 class DailyCalendarRowsView(BrowserView):
    """Daily calendar rows view."""

01233     def calendarRows(self, cursor, starthour, endhour):
        """Iterate over (title, start, duration) of time slots that make up
        the daily calendar.

        Returns a generator.
        today = datetime.combine(cursor, time(tzinfo=utc))
        row_ends = [today + timedelta(hours=hour + 1)
                    for hour in range(starthour, endhour)]

        start = today + timedelta(hours=starthour)
        for end in row_ends:
            duration = end - start
            yield (self.rowTitle(start.hour, start.minute), start, duration)
            start = end

01249     def rowTitle(self, hour, minute):
        """Return the row title as HH:MM or H:MM am/pm."""
        prefs = ViewPreferences(self.request)
        return time(hour, minute).strftime(prefs.timeformat)

# Calendar modification views

01259 class EventDeleteView(BrowserView):
    """A view for deleting events."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

01264     def handleEvent(self):
        """Handle a request to delete an event.

        If the event is not recurrent, it is simply deleted, None is returned
        and the user is redirected to the calendar view.

        If the event being deleted is recurrent event, the request is checked
        for a command.  If one is found, it is handled, the user again is
        redirected to the calendar view.  If no commands are found in the
        request, the recurrent event is returned to be shown in the view.
        event_id = self.request['event_id']
        date = parse_date(self.request['date'])

        event = self._findEvent(event_id)
        if event is None:
            # The event was not found.
            return self._redirectBack()

        if event.recurrence is None or event.__parent__ != self.context:
            # Bah, the event is not recurrent.  Easy!
            # XXX It shouldn't be.  We should still ask for confirmation.
            return self._redirectBack()
            # The event is recurrent, we might need to show a form.
            return self._deleteRepeatingEvent(event, date)

01292     def _findEvent(self, event_id):
        """Find an event that has the id event_id.

        First the event is searched for in the current calendar and then,
        overlaid calendars if any.

        If no event with the given id is found, None is returned.
            return self.context.find(event_id)
        except KeyError:

01305     def _redirectBack(self):
        """Redirect to the current calendar's daily view."""
        url = absoluteURL(self.context, self.request)

01310     def _deleteRepeatingEvent(self, event, date):
        """Delete a repeating event."""
        if 'CANCEL' in self.request:
            pass # Fall through and redirect back to the calendar.
        elif 'ALL' in self.request:
        elif 'FUTURE' in self.request:
            self._modifyRecurrenceRule(event, until=(date - timedelta(1)),
        elif 'CURRENT' in self.request:
            exceptions = event.recurrence.exceptions + (date, )
            self._modifyRecurrenceRule(event, exceptions=exceptions)
            return event # We don't know what to do, let's ask the user.

        # We did our job, redirect back to the calendar view.
        return self._redirectBack()

01328     def _modifyRecurrenceRule(self, event, **kwargs):
        """Modify the recurrence rule of an event.

        If the event does not have any recurrences afterwards, it is removed
        from the parent calendar
        rrule = event.recurrence
        new_rrule = rrule.replace(**kwargs)
        # This view requires the modifyEvent permission.
        event.recurrence = removeSecurityProxy(new_rrule)
        if not event.hasOccurrences():

01342 class Slots(dict):
    """A dict with automatic key selection.

    The add method automatically selects the lowest unused numeric key
    (starting from 0).


      >>> s = Slots()
      >>> s.add("first")
      >>> s
      {0: 'first'}

      >>> s.add("second")
      >>> s
      {0: 'first', 1: 'second'}

    The keys can be reused:

      >>> del s[0]
      >>> s.add("third")
      >>> s
      {0: 'third', 1: 'second'}


    def add(self, obj):
        i = 0
        while i in self:
            i += 1
        self[i] = obj

01375 class CalendarEventView(BrowserView):
    """View for single events."""

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        self.context = context
        self.request = request

        self.preferences = ViewPreferences(request)

        self.dtstart = context.dtstart.astimezone(self.preferences.timezone)
        self.dtend = self.dtstart + context.duration
        self.start = self.dtstart.strftime(self.preferences.timeformat)
        self.end = self.dtend.strftime(self.preferences.timeformat)

        dayformat = '%A, ' + self.preferences.dateformat
        self.day = unicode(self.dtstart.strftime(dayformat))

        self.display = EventForDisplay(context,'#9db8d2', '#7590ae',

01397 class ICalendarEventAddForm(Interface):
    """Schema for event adding form."""

    title = TextLine(
    allday = Bool(
        title=_("All day"),
    start_date = Date(
    start_time = TextLine(
        description=_("Start time in 24h format"),

    duration = Int(

    duration_type = Choice(
        title=_("Duration Type"),
        vocabulary=vocabulary([("minutes", _("Minutes")),
                               ("hours", _("Hours")),
                               ("days", _("Days"))]))

    location = TextLine(

    description = Text(

    # Recurrence
    recurrence = Bool(

    recurrence_type = Choice(
        title=_("Recurs every"),
        vocabulary=vocabulary([("daily", _("Day")),
                               ("weekly", _("Week")),
                               ("monthly", _("Month")),
                               ("yearly", _("Year"))]))

    interval = Int(
        title=_("Repeat every"),

    range = Choice(
        vocabulary=vocabulary([("count", _("Count")),
                               ("until", _("Until")),
                               ("forever", _("forever"))]))

    count = Int(
        title=_("Number of events"),

    until = Date(
        title=_("Repeat until"),

    weekdays = List(
            vocabulary=vocabulary([(0, _("Mon")),
                                   (1, _("Tue")),
                                   (2, _("Wed")),
                                   (3, _("Thu")),
                                   (4, _("Fri")),
                                   (5, _("Sat")),
                                   (6, _("Sun"))])))

    monthly = Choice(
        vocabulary=vocabulary([("monthday", "md"),
                               ("weekday", "wd"),
                               ("lastweekday", "lwd")]))

    exceptions = Text(
        title=_("Exception dates"),

01496 class CalendarEventViewMixin(object):
    """A mixin that holds the code common to CalendarEventAdd and Edit Views."""

    timezone = utc

01501     def _setError(self, name, error=RequiredMissing()):
        """Set an error on a widget."""
        # XXX Touching widget._error is bad, see
        #     http://dev.zope.org/Zope3/AccessToWidgetErrors
        # The call to setRenderedValue is necessary because
        # otherwise _getFormValue will call getInputValue and
        # overwrite _error while rendering.
        widget = getattr(self, name + '_widget')
        if not IWidgetInputError.providedBy(error):
            error = WidgetInputError(name, widget.label, error)
        widget._error = error

01514     def _requireField(self, name, errors):
        """If widget has no input, WidgetInputError is set.

        Also adds the exception to the `errors` list.
        widget = getattr(self, name + '_widget')
        field = widget.context
            if widget.getInputValue() == field.missing_value:
        except WidgetInputError, e:
            # getInputValue might raise an exception on invalid input

01529     def weekdayChecked(self, weekday):
        """Return True if the given weekday should be checked.

        The weekday of start_date is always checked, others can be selected by
        the user.

        Used to format checkboxes for weekly recurrences.
        return (int(weekday) in self.weekdays_widget._getFormValue() or

01540     def weekdayDisabled(self, weekday):
        """Return True if the given weekday should be disabled.

        The weekday of start_date is always disabled, all others are always

        Used to format checkboxes for weekly recurrences.
        day = self.getStartDate()
        return bool(day and day.weekday() == int(weekday))

01551     def getMonthDay(self):
        """Return the day number in a month, according to start_date.

        Used by the page template to format monthly recurrence rules.
        evdate = self.getStartDate()
        if evdate is None:
            return '??'
            return str(evdate.day)

01562     def getWeekDay(self):
        """Return the week and weekday in a month, according to start_date.

        The output looks like '4th Tuesday'

        Used by the page template to format monthly recurrence rules.
        evdate = self.getStartDate()
        if evdate is None:
            return _("same weekday")

        weekday = evdate.weekday()
        index = (evdate.day + 6) // 7

        indexes = {1: _('1st'), 2: _('2nd'), 3: _('3rd'), 4: _('4th'),
                   5: _('5th')}
        day_of_week = day_of_week_names[weekday]
        return "%s %s" % (indexes[index], day_of_week)

01581     def getLastWeekDay(self):
        """Return the week and weekday in a month, counting from the end.

        The output looks like 'Last Friday'

        Used by the page template to format monthly recurrence rules.
        evdate = self.getStartDate()

        if evdate is None:
            return _("last weekday")

        lastday = calendar.monthrange(evdate.year, evdate.month)[1]

        if lastday - evdate.day >= 7:
            return None
            weekday = evdate.weekday()
            day_of_week_msgid = day_of_week_names[weekday]
            day_of_week = translate(day_of_week_msgid, context=self.request)
            msg = _("Last ${weekday}",
                    mapping={'weekday': day_of_week})
            return msg

01605     def getStartDate(self):
        """Return the value of the widget if a start_date is set."""
            return self.start_date_widget.getInputValue()
        except (WidgetInputError, ConversionError):
            return None

    def updateForm(self):
        # Just refresh the form.  It is necessary because some labels for
        # monthly recurrence rules depend on the event start date.
        self.update_status = ''
            data = getWidgetsData(self, self.schema, names=self.fieldNames)
            kw = {}
            for name in self._keyword_arguments:
                if name in data:
                    kw[str(name)] = data[name]
        except WidgetsError, errors:
            self.errors = errors
            self.update_status = _("An error occurred.")
            return self.update_status
        # AddView.update() sets self.update_status and returns it.  Weird,
        # but let's copy that behavior.
        return self.update_status

01631     def processRequest(self, kwargs):
        """Put information from the widgets into a dict.

        This method performs additional validation, because Zope 3 forms aren't
        powerful enough.  If any errors are encountered, a WidgetsError is
        errors = []
        self._requireField("title", errors)
        self._requireField("start_date", errors)

        # What we require depends on weather or not we have an allday event
        allday = kwargs.pop('allday', None)
        if not allday:
            self._requireField("start_time", errors)
            self._requireField("duration", errors)

        # Remove fields not needed for makeRecurrenceRule from kwargs
        title = kwargs.pop('title', None)
        start_date = kwargs.pop('start_date', None)
        start_time = kwargs.pop('start_time', None)
        if start_time:
                start_time = parse_time(start_time)
            except ValueError:
                               ConversionError(_("Invalid time")))
        duration = kwargs.pop('duration', None)
        duration_type = kwargs.pop('duration_type', 'minutes')
        location = kwargs.pop('location', None)
        description = kwargs.pop('description', None)
        recurrence = kwargs.pop('recurrence', None)

        if recurrence:
            self._requireField("interval", errors)
            self._requireField("recurrence_type", errors)
            self._requireField("range", errors)

            range = kwargs.get('range')
            if range == "count":
                self._requireField("count", errors)
            elif range == "until":
                self._requireField("until", errors)
                if start_date and kwargs.get('until'):
                    if kwargs['until'] < start_date:
                        self._setError("until", ConstraintNotSatisfied(
                                    _("End date is earlier than start date")))

        exceptions = kwargs.pop("exceptions", None)
        if exceptions:
                kwargs["exceptions"] = datesParser(exceptions)
            except ValueError:
                self._setError("exceptions", ConversionError(
                 _("Invalid date.  Please specify YYYY-MM-DD, one per line.")))

        if errors:
            raise WidgetsError(errors)

        # Some fake data for allday events, based on what iCalendar seems to
        # expect
        if allday is True:
            # iCalendar has no spec for describing all-day events, but it seems
            # to be the de facto standard to give them a 1d duration.
            duration = 1
            duration_type = "days"
            start_time = time(0, 0, tzinfo=utc)
            start = datetime.combine(start_date, start_time)
            start = datetime.combine(start_date, start_time)
            start = self.timezone.localize(start).astimezone(utc)

        dargs = {duration_type : duration}
        duration = timedelta(**dargs)

        rrule = recurrence and makeRecurrenceRule(**kwargs) or None
        return {'location': location,
                'description': description,
                'title': title,
                'allday': allday,
                'start': start,
                'duration': duration,
                'rrule': rrule}

01719 class CalendarEventAddView(CalendarEventViewMixin, AddView):
    """A view for adding an event."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar
    schema = ICalendarEventAddForm

    title = _("Add event")
    submit_button_title = _("Add")

    show_book_checkbox = True
    show_book_link = False
    _event_uid = None

    error = None

    def __init__(self, context, request):

        # the default timezone 'UTC' is inherited from Mixin
        person = IPerson(request.principal, None)
        if person is not None:
            prefs = IPersonPreferences(person)
            if prefs.timezone is not None:
                self.timezone = timezone(prefs.timezone)

        if "field.start_date" not in request:
            today = date.today().strftime("%Y-%m-%d")
            request.form["field.start_date"] = today
        super(AddView, self).__init__(context, request)

01748     def create(self, **kwargs):
        """Create an event."""
        data = self.processRequest(kwargs)
        event = self._factory(data['start'], data['duration'], data['title'],
        return event

01758     def add(self, event):
        """Add the event to a calendar."""
        self._event_uid = event.unique_id
        return event

01764     def update(self):
        """Process the form."""
        if 'UPDATE' in self.request:
            return self.updateForm()
        elif 'CANCEL' in self.request:
            self.update_status = ''
            return self.update_status
            return AddView.update(self)

01775     def nextURL(self):
        """Return the URL to be displayed after the add operation."""
        if "field.book" in self.request:
            url = absoluteURL(self.context, self.request)
            return '%s/%s/booking.html' % (url, self._event_uid)
            return absoluteURL(self.context, self.request)

class ICalendarEventEditForm(ICalendarEventAddForm):

01788 class CalendarEventEditView(CalendarEventViewMixin, EditView):
    """A view for editing an event."""

    error = None
    show_book_checkbox = False
    show_book_link = True

    title = _("Edit event")
    submit_button_title = _("Update")

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        person = IPerson(request.principal, None)
        if person is not None:
            prefs = IPersonPreferences(person)
            if prefs.timezone is not None:
                self.timezone = timezone(prefs.timezone)

        EditView.__init__(self, context, request)

01807     def keyword_arguments(self):
        """Wraps fieldNames under another name.

        AddView and EditView API does not match so some wrapping is needed.
        return self.fieldNames

    _keyword_arguments = property(keyword_arguments, None)

    def _setUpWidgets(self):
        setUpWidgets(self, self.schema, IInputWidget, names=self.fieldNames,

01820     def _getInitialData(self, context):
        """Extract initial widgets data from context."""

        initial = {}
        initial["title"] = context.title
        initial["allday"] = context.allday
        initial["start_date"] = context.dtstart.date()
        initial["start_time"] = context.dtstart.astimezone(self.timezone).strftime("%H:%M")
        initial["duration"] = context.duration.seconds / 60
        initial["location"] = context.location
        initial["description"] = context.description
        recurrence = context.recurrence
        initial["recurrence"] = recurrence is not None
        if recurrence:
            initial["interval"] = recurrence.interval
            recurrence_type = (
                IDailyRecurrenceRule.providedBy(recurrence) and "daily" or
                IWeeklyRecurrenceRule.providedBy(recurrence) and "weekly" or
                IMonthlyRecurrenceRule.providedBy(recurrence) and "monthly" or
                IYearlyRecurrenceRule.providedBy(recurrence) and "yearly")

            initial["recurrence_type"] = recurrence_type
            if recurrence.until:
                initial["until"] = recurrence.until
                initial["range"] = "until"
            elif recurrence.count:
                initial["count"] = recurrence.count
                initial["range"] = "count"
                initial["range"] = "forever"

            if recurrence.exceptions:
                exceptions = map(str, recurrence.exceptions)
                initial["exceptions"] = "\n".join(exceptions)

            if recurrence_type == "weekly":
                if recurrence.weekdays:
                    initial["weekdays"] = list(recurrence.weekdays)

            if recurrence_type == "monthly":
                if recurrence.monthly:
                    initial["monthly"] = recurrence.monthly

        return initial

01865     def getStartDate(self):
        if "field.start_date" in self.request:
            return CalendarEventViewMixin.getStartDate(self)
            return self.context.dtstart.date()

    def applyChanges(self):
        data = getWidgetsData(self, self.schema, names=self.fieldNames)
        kw = {}
        for name in self._keyword_arguments:
            if name in data:
                kw[str(name)] = data[name]

        widget_data = self.processRequest(kw)

        parsed_date = parse_datetimetz(widget_data['start'].isoformat())
        self.context.dtstart = parsed_date
        self.context.recurrence = widget_data['rrule']
        for attrname in ['allday', 'duration', 'title',
                         'location', 'description']:
            setattr(self.context, attrname, widget_data[attrname])
        return True

    def update(self):
        if self.update_status is not None:
            # We've been called before. Just return the status we previously
            # computed.
            return self.update_status

        status = ''

        start_date = self.context.dtstart.strftime("%Y-%m-%d")

        if "UPDATE" in self.request:
            return self.updateForm()
        elif 'CANCEL' in self.request:
            self.update_status = ''
            return self.update_status
        elif "UPDATE_SUBMIT" in self.request:
            # Replicating EditView functionality
            changed = False
                changed = self.applyChanges()
                if changed:
            except WidgetsError, errors:
                self.errors = errors
                status = _("An error occurred.")
                if changed:
                    formatter = self.request.locale.dates.getFormatter(
                        'dateTime', 'medium')
                    status = _("Updated on ${date_time}",
                               mapping={'date_time': formatter.format(

        self.update_status = status
        return status

01927     def nextURL(self):
        """Return the URL to be displayed after the add operation."""
        if "field.book" in self.request:
            return absoluteURL(self.context, self.request) + '/booking.html'
            return absoluteURL(self.context.__parent__, self.request)

01935 class EventForBookingDisplay(object):
    """Event wrapper for display in booking view.

    This is a wrapper around an ICalendarEvent object.  It adds view-specific

        dtend -- timestamp when the event ends
        shortTitle -- title truncated to ~15 characters


    def __init__(self, event):
        # The event came from resource calendar, so its parent might
        # be a calendar we don't have permission to view.
        self.context = removeSecurityProxy(event)
        self.dtstart = self.context.dtstart
        self.dtend = self.context.dtstart + self.context.duration
        self.title = self.context.title
        if len(self.title) > 16:
            # Title needs truncation.
            self.shortTitle = self.title[:15] + '...'
            self.shortTitle = self.title

01960 class CalendarEventBookingView(CalendarEventView):
    """A view for booking resources."""

    errors = ()
    update_status = None

    def __init__(self, context, request):
        CalendarEventView.__init__(self, context, request)

        format = '%s - %s' % (self.preferences.dateformat,
        self.start = u'' + self.dtstart.strftime(format)
        self.end = u'' + self.dtend.strftime(format)

01974     def update(self):
        """Book/unbook resources according to the request."""
        start_date = self.context.dtstart.strftime("%Y-%m-%d")

        if 'CANCEL' in self.request:
            url = absoluteURL(self.context, self.request)
            self.request.response.redirect('%s/@@edit.html' % url)
            return ''

        if "UPDATE_SUBMIT" in self.request and not self.update_status:
            self.update_status = ''
            sb = getSchoolBellApplication()

            for res_id, resource in sb["resources"].items():
                if 'marker-%s' % res_id in self.request:
                    booked = self.hasBooked(resource)
                    checked = res_id in self.request
                    if booked != checked:
                        if checked:
                            # TODO: make sure the user has permission to book
                            # Always allow unbooking, even if permission to
                            # book was revoked

        return self.update_status

02003     def _availableResources(self):
        """Gives us a list of all bookable resources."""
        resources = []
        calendar_owner = removeSecurityProxy(self.context.__parent__.__parent__)
        sb = getSchoolBellApplication()
        for resource in sb["resources"].values():
            if ((canAccess(resource.calendar, "addEvent") or
                 self.hasBooked(resource)) and
                resource is not calendar_owner):
        return resources

    availableResources = property(_availableResources)

02017     def hasBooked(self, resource):
        """Checks whether a resource is booked by this event."""
        return resource in self.context.resources

02021     def nextURL(self):
        """Return the URL to be displayed after the add operation."""
        return absoluteURL(self.context.__parent__, self.request)

02025     def getConflictingEvents(self, resource):
        """Return a list of events that would conflict when booking resource."""
        events = []
        if not canAccess(resource.calendar, "expand"):
            return events

        for event in resource.calendar.expand(
            self.context.dtstart + self.context.duration):
            if event != self.context:
        return events

02039 class CalendarListView(BrowserView):
    """A simple view that can tell which calendars should be displayed."""

    __used_for__ = ISchoolBellCalendar

02044     def getCalendars(self):
        """Get a list of calendars to display.

        Yields tuples (calendar, color1, color2).
        yield (self.context, '#9db8d2', '#7590ae')
        user = IPerson(self.request.principal, None)
        if user is None:

        unproxied_context = removeSecurityProxy(self.context) 
        unproxied_calendar = removeSecurityProxy(user.calendar)
        if unproxied_context is unproxied_calendar:
            for item in user.overlaid_calendars:
                if item.show and canAccess(item.calendar, '__iter__'):
                    yield (item.calendar, item.color1, item.color2)

def makeRecurrenceRule(interval=None, until=None,
                       count=None, range=None,
                       exceptions=None, recurrence_type=None,
                       weekdays=None, monthly=None):
    """Return a recurrence rule according to the arguments."""
    if interval is None:
        interval = 1

    if range != 'until':
        until = None
    if range != 'count':
        count = None

    if exceptions is None:
        exceptions = ()

    kwargs = {'interval': interval, 'count': count,
              'until': until, 'exceptions': exceptions}

    if recurrence_type == 'daily':
        return DailyRecurrenceRule(**kwargs)
    elif recurrence_type == 'weekly':
        weekdays = weekdays or ()
        return WeeklyRecurrenceRule(weekdays=tuple(weekdays), **kwargs)
    elif recurrence_type == 'monthly':
        monthly = monthly or "monthday"
        return MonthlyRecurrenceRule(monthly=monthly, **kwargs)
    elif recurrence_type == 'yearly':
        return YearlyRecurrenceRule(**kwargs)
        raise NotImplementedError()

def datesParser(raw_dates):
    r"""Parse dates on separate lines into a tuple of date objects.

    Incorrect lines are ignored.

    >>> datesParser('2004-05-17\n\n\n2004-01-29')
    (datetime.date(2004, 5, 17), datetime.date(2004, 1, 29))

    >>> datesParser('2004-05-17\n123\n\nNone\n2004-01-29')
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    ValueError: Invalid date: '123'

    results = []
    for dstr in raw_dates.splitlines():
        if dstr:
            d = parse_date(dstr)
            if isinstance(d, date):
    return tuple(results)

def enableVfbView(ical_view):
    """XXX wanna docstring!"""
    return IReadFile(ical_view.context)

def enableICalendarUpload(ical_view):
    """An adapter that enables HTTP PUT for calendars.

    When the user performs an HTTP PUT request on /path/to/calendar.ics,
    Zope 3 traverses to a view named 'calendar.ics' (which is most likely
    a schoolbell.calendar.browser.CalendarICalendarView).  Then Zope 3 finds an
    IHTTPrequest view named 'PUT'.  There is a standard one, that adapts
    its context (which happens to be the view named 'calendar.ics' in this
    case) to IWriteFile, and calls `write` on it.

    So, to hook up iCalendar uploads, the simplest way is to register an
    adapter for CalendarICalendarView that provides IWriteFile.

        >>> from zope.app.testing import setup, ztapi
        >>> setup.placelessSetUp()

    We have a calendar that provides IEditCalendar.

        >>> from schoolbell.calendar.interfaces import IEditCalendar
        >>> from schoolbell.app.cal import Calendar
        >>> calendar = Calendar()

    We have a fake "real adapter" for IEditCalendar

        >>> class RealAdapter:
        ...     implements(IWriteFile)
        ...     def __init__(self, context):
        ...         pass
        ...     def write(self, data):
        ...         print 'real adapter got %r' % data
        >>> ztapi.provideAdapter(IEditCalendar, IWriteFile, RealAdapter)

    We have a fake view on that calendar

        >>> from zope.app.publisher.browser import BrowserView
        >>> from zope.publisher.browser import TestRequest
        >>> view = BrowserView(calendar, TestRequest())

    And now we can hook things up together

        >>> adapter = enableICalendarUpload(view)
        >>> adapter.write('iCalendar data')
        real adapter got 'iCalendar data'

        >>> setup.placelessTearDown()

    return IWriteFile(ical_view.context)

class CalendarEventAbsoluteURL(AbsoluteURL):

    def breadcrumbs(self):
        # XXX Doesn't seem to be tested.
        container = getattr(self.context, '__parent__', None)
        base = tuple(zapi.getMultiAdapter((container, self.request),
        name = urllib.quote(self.context.__name__.encode('utf-8'), "@+")
        return base + ({'name': self.context.title,
                        'url': "%s/%s/edit.html" % (base[-1]['url'], name)}, )

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