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Class: parserXMLDocBookTag

Source Location: /PhpDocumentor-1.5.0a1/phpDocumentor/PackagePageElements.inc

Class Overview

parserBase
   |
   --parserStringWithInlineTags
      |
      --parserXMLDocBookTag

a standard XML DocBook Tag


Author(s):

Version:

  • Release: 1.5.0a1

Copyright:

  • 2002-2008 Gregory Beaver

Variables

Methods


Inherited Variables

Inherited Methods

Class: parserStringWithInlineTags

parserStringWithInlineTags::add()
equivalent to the . operator ($a = $b . $c)
parserStringWithInlineTags::Convert()
Use to convert the string to a real string with all inline tags parsed and linked
parserStringWithInlineTags::getString()
return the string unconverted (all inline tags are taken out - this should only be used in pre-parsing to see if any other text is in the string)
parserStringWithInlineTags::hasInlineTag()
Determine whether the string contains any inline tags
parserStringWithInlineTags::setSource()
Pass source code to any {@source} tags contained within the string for later conversion.
parserStringWithInlineTags::trimmedStrlen()
equivalent to trim(strlen($string))

Class: parserBase

parserBase::getType()
gets the type
parserBase::getValue()
gets the value
parserBase::setValue()
sets the given value

Class Details

[line 122]
a standard XML DocBook Tag

This class is designed to represent all DocBook tags. It is intelligent enough to understand the <title> tag, and also the <refname> tag for as title for <refentry>



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Class Variables

$attributes = array()

[line 130]

Attributes from the XML tag

Format: array(attrname => attrvalue, attrname => attrvalue,...)


Type:   array


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$name =

[line 135]

Name of the tag

Type:   string


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Method Detail

parserXMLDocBookTag (Constructor)   [line 165]

parserXMLDocBookTag parserXMLDocBookTag( string $name)

sets up the tag
  • Todo: CS cleanup - rename to parserXmlDocBookTag for camelCase rule

Parameters:

string   $name     tag name

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add   [line 469]

mixed add( parserEntity|parserCData|parserXMLDocBookTag|string $el)

Add contents to this tag.

There are four kinds of data in a DocBook tutorial:

  1. tags - normal tags like <refentry>
  2. entities - normal entities like &rdquo;
  3. <![CDATA[ - character data that should not be interpreted, like <programlisting> contents
  4. text - normal non-markup text
All four kinds of data are added here


Overrides parserStringWithInlineTags::add() (equivalent to the . operator ($a = $b . $c))

Parameters:

parserEntity|parserCData|parserXMLDocBookTag|string   $el     nested tag, entity, or text

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addAttribute   [line 297]

void addAttribute( string $name, string|parserIdInlineTag $value)

Add an xml tag attribute name="value" pair

if the attribute is id, value must be a parserIdInlineTag


Parameters:

string   $name     attribute name
string|parserIdInlineTag   $value     value of attribute

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addCData   [line 282]

void addCData( string $word)

add a word to CData

Parameters:

string   $word     word to add

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Convert   [line 180]

string Convert( Converter &$c, [bool $postprocess = true])

calls the output conversion
  • Uses: Converter::TranslateTag() - Calls this to enclose the contents of the DocBook tag based on the values in template options.ini file

Overrides parserStringWithInlineTags::Convert() (Use to convert the string to a real string with all inline tags parsed and linked)

Parameters:

Converter   &$c     the output converter
bool   $postprocess     if postprocessing is needed

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endCData   [line 237]

void endCData( )

Adds $_cdata to $value

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getId   [line 349]

string getId( Converter &$c)

Return converter-specific formatting of ID.

Passes $c to parserIdInlineTag::Convert()


Parameters:

Converter   &$c     the output converter

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getSubsection   [line 427]

bool|string getSubsection( Converter &$c, string $subsection)

Retrieve the contents of a subsection

This method uses the $_id members of nested docbook tags to retrieve the section defined by $subsection


Parameters:

Converter   &$c     the output converter
string   $subsection     converter-specific subsection

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getTitle   [line 373]

string getTitle( Converter &$c)

Retrieve Converter-specific formatting of the title of this element

Parameters:

Converter   &$c     the output converter

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getTOC   [line 254]

int getTOC( [false|integer $state = false])

Retrieve either the table of contents index, or the location that the TOC will go

Parameters:

false|integer   $state     either an index of the {@toc} tag in $this->value or false, if the next index value of $this->value is needed

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hasTitle   [line 361]

boolean hasTitle( )

Determine whether the docbook element has a title

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setId   [line 335]

void setId( parserIdInlineTag $id)

If the id attribute is present, this method will set its id

Parameters:

parserIdInlineTag   $id     the id value

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setTitle   [line 323]

void setTitle( parserXMLDocBookTag $title)

Set the title of a DocBook tag section.

For most DocBook tags, the title is represented with a <title></title> tag pair. The <refentry> top-level tag is a little different. Instead of using <title></title>, phpDocumentor uses the contents of the <refname> tag in the <refnamediv> tag


Parameters:

parserXMLDocBookTag   $title     the title element

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setTOC   [line 270]

void setTOC( integer $state, parserTocInlineTag $val)

sets the TOC value

Parameters:

integer   $state     index of the TOC in $this->value
parserTocInlineTag   $val     tag value

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startCData   [line 227]

void startCData( )

Begin a new CData section

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