[sword-devel] FMT_XHTML [was: classes spans vs presentational encoding]
Troy A. Griffitts
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Tue Jun 28 14:18:54 MST 2011
As discussed, I've added a new Render filter set: FMT_XHTML
As usual, if you create your SWMgr asking for this Render output, you
will get the new markup:
SWMgr library(new MarkupFilterMgr(FMT_XHTML));
SWModule *kjv = library.getModule("KJV");
cout << kjv->RenderText();
but now you can also ask for any header information which might be
available and useful:
cout << kjv->getRenderHeader();
examples/cmdline/lookup now will print any header information if it is
The FMT_WEBIF filter set is now based on the FMT_XHTML filters, so any
changes to the XHTML filters will also affect the WEBIF format.
I have only made very small changes to the FMT_XHTML filters after
copying them from the FMT_HTMLHREF filter set. It should be safe to
switch your render output to the new FMT_XHTML if you are currently
using the FMT_HTMLHREF render output. The small changes should only
involve divineName, words of Christ, and title, if I remember correctly.
I believe title has changed to <h3>, word of Christ is <span
class="wordsOfJesus">, and divineName is <span class="divineName">.
If you want the default styles, use the new getRenderHeader() method
which will give you basic styles for these classes. Then override them
if you wish.
Feel free to suggest classed XHTML markup for the rest of the untouched
tags or if you have access, update them yourself, but please be
considerate and try to supply a style in the header which keeps the
Peter, the WEBIF format is a subclass of the most recent HTML output
clickable areas used in SWORDWEB (or any other Web Interface which wants
to use them).
We have now officially broken binary compatibility with 1.6. If we need
to make a bugfix release to 1.6.2 then we will need to branch trunk.
Hope this is goes somewhere,
On 28/06/11 09:23, Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> On Mon, 2011-06-27 at 12:26 +0200, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> As DM has suggested, I am all in favor of copying the current osis to
>> htmlhref filter (or actually copying and merging in the changes from
>> webif filter) to osisxhtml
> What is the webif filter about? I see it is has been there a while, but
> I have not really checked it out prior today. It clearly is similar to
>> and slowing changing markup to use classed
>> spans and providing a SWBuf OSISXHTML::getHeader(); method which would
>> supply a basic header to prepend to a display object when rendering.
> Sounds good.
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