Source code for pydata_sphinx_theme.toctree

"""Methods to build the toctree used in the html pages."""

from functools import cache
from itertools import count
from typing import Iterator, List, Union
from urllib.parse import urlparse

import sphinx
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
from docutils import nodes
from docutils.nodes import Node
from sphinx.addnodes import toctree as TocTreeNodeClass
from sphinx.application import Sphinx
from sphinx.environment.adapters.toctree import TocTree
from sphinx.locale import _

from .utils import traverse_or_findall

[docs] def add_inline_math(node: Node) -> str: """Render a node with HTML tags that activate MathJax processing. This is meant for use with rendering section titles with math in them, because math outputs are ignored by pydata-sphinx-theme's header. related to the behaviour of a normal math node from: """ return ( '<span class="math notranslate nohighlight">' rf"\({node.astext()}\)" "</span>" )
[docs] def _get_ancestor_pagename(app: Sphinx, pagename: str, startdepth: int) -> str: """Get the name of `pagename`'s ancestor that is rooted `startdepth` levels below the global root.""" toctree = TocTree(app.env) if sphinx.version_info[:2] >= (7, 2): from sphinx.environment.adapters.toctree import _get_toctree_ancestors ancestors = [*_get_toctree_ancestors(app.env.toctree_includes, pagename)] else: ancestors = toctree.get_toctree_ancestors(pagename) try: out = ancestors[-startdepth] except IndexError: # eg for index.rst, but also special pages such as genindex, py-modindex, search # those pages don't have a "current" element in the toctree, so we can # directly return None instead of using the default sphinx # toctree.get_toctree_for(pagename, app.builder, collapse, **kwargs) out = None return out, toctree
[docs] def add_toctree_functions( app: Sphinx, pagename: str, templatename: str, context, doctree ) -> None: """Add functions so Jinja templates can add toctree objects.""" def suppress_sidebar_toctree(startdepth: int = 1, **kwargs): """Check if there's a sidebar TocTree that needs to be rendered. Parameters: startdepth : The level of the TocTree at which to start. 0 includes the entire TocTree for the site; 1 (default) gets the TocTree for the current top-level section. kwargs : passed to the Sphinx `toctree` template function. """ ancestorname, toctree_obj = _get_ancestor_pagename( app=app, pagename=pagename, startdepth=startdepth ) if ancestorname is None: return True # suppress if kwargs.get("includehidden", False): # if ancestor is found and `includehidden=True` we're guaranteed there's a # TocTree to be shown, so don't suppress return False # we've found an ancestor page, but `includehidden=False` so we can't be sure if # there's a TocTree fragment that should be shown on this page; unfortunately we # must resolve the whole TOC subtree to find out toctree = get_nonroot_toctree( app, pagename, ancestorname, toctree_obj, **kwargs ) return toctree is None @cache def get_or_create_id_generator(base_id: str) -> Iterator[str]: for n in count(start=1): if n == 1: yield base_id else: yield f"{base_id}-{n}" def unique_html_id(base_id: str): """Create an id that is unique from other ids created by this function at build time. The function works by sequentially returning "<base_id>", "<base_id>-2", "<base_id>-3", etc. each time it is called. """ return next(get_or_create_id_generator(base_id)) @cache def generate_header_nav_before_dropdown(n_links_before_dropdown): """The cacheable part.""" try: n_links_before_dropdown = int(n_links_before_dropdown) except Exception: raise ValueError( f"n_links_before_dropdown is not an int: {n_links_before_dropdown}" ) toctree = TocTree(app.env) # Find the active header navigation item so we decide whether to highlight # Will be empty if there is no active page (root_doc, or genindex etc) if sphinx.version_info[:2] >= (7, 2): from sphinx.environment.adapters.toctree import _get_toctree_ancestors # NOTE: `env.toctree_includes` is a dict mapping pagenames to any (possibly # hidden) TocTree directives on that page (i.e., the "child" pages nested # under `pagename`). active_header_page = [ *_get_toctree_ancestors(app.env.toctree_includes, pagename) ] else: active_header_page = toctree.get_toctree_ancestors(pagename) if active_header_page: # The final list item will be the top-most ancestor active_header_page = active_header_page[-1] # NOTE: `env.tocs` is a dict mapping pagenames to hierarchical bullet-lists # ("nodetrees" in Sphinx parlance) of in-page headings (including `toctree::` # directives). Thus the `tocs` of `root_doc` yields the top-level pages that sit # just below the root of our site root_toc = app.env.tocs[app.config.root_doc] links_html = [] # Iterate through each node in the root document toc. # Grab the toctree pages and find the relative link + title. for toc in traverse_or_findall(root_toc, TocTreeNodeClass): # TODO: ↑↑↑ use `root_toc.findall(TocTreeNodeClass)` ↑↑↑ # once docutils min version >=0.18.1 for title, page in toc.attributes["entries"]: # if the page is using "self" use the correct link page = toc.attributes["parent"] if page == "self" else page # If this is the active ancestor page, add a class so we highlight it current = " current active" if page == active_header_page else "" # sanitize page title for use in the html output if needed if title is None: title = "" for node in app.env.titles[page].children: if isinstance(node, nodes.math): title += add_inline_math(node) else: title += node.astext() # set up the status of the link and the path # if the path is relative then we use the context for the path # resolution and the internal class. # If it's an absolute one then we use the external class and # the complete url. is_absolute = bool(urlparse(page).netloc) link_status = "external" if is_absolute else "internal" link_href = page if is_absolute else context["pathto"](page) # create the html output links_html.append( f""" <li class="nav-item{current}"> <a class="nav-link nav-{link_status}" href="{link_href}"> {title} </a> </li> """ ) # Add external links defined in configuration as sibling list items for external_link in context["theme_external_links"]: links_html.append( f""" <li class="nav-item"> <a class="nav-link nav-external" href="{ external_link["url"] }"> { external_link["name"] } </a> </li> """ ) # The first links will always be visible links_solo = links_html[:n_links_before_dropdown] out = "\n".join(links_solo) # Wrap the final few header items in a "more" dropdown links_dropdown = [ # 🐲 brittle code, relies on the assumption that the code above # gives each link in the nav a `nav-link` CSS class html.replace("nav-link", "nav-link dropdown-item") for html in links_html[n_links_before_dropdown:] ] return out, links_dropdown def generate_header_nav_html( n_links_before_dropdown: int = 5, dropdown_text: str = "More" ) -> str: """Generate top-level links that are meant for the header navigation. We use this function instead of the TocTree-based one used for the sidebar because this one is much faster for generating the links and we don't need the complexity of the full Sphinx TocTree. This includes two kinds of links: - Links to pages described listed in the root_doc TocTrees - External links defined in theme configuration Additionally it will create a dropdown list for several links after a cutoff. Parameters: n_links_before_dropdown:The number of links to show before nesting the remaining links in a Dropdown element. dropdown_text:Text of the dropdown element button. """ out, links_dropdown = generate_header_nav_before_dropdown( n_links_before_dropdown ) if links_dropdown: dropdown_id = unique_html_id("pst-nav-more-links") links_dropdown_html = "\n".join(links_dropdown) out += f""" <li class="nav-item dropdown"> <button class="btn dropdown-toggle nav-item" type="button" data-bs-toggle="dropdown" aria-expanded="false" aria-controls="{dropdown_id}"> {_(dropdown_text)} </button> <ul id="{dropdown_id}" class="dropdown-menu"> {links_dropdown_html} </ul> </li> """ return out # Cache this function because it is expensive to run, and because Sphinx # somehow runs this twice in some circumstances in unpredictable ways. @cache def generate_toctree_html( kind: str, startdepth: int = 1, show_nav_level: int = 1, **kwargs ) -> Union[BeautifulSoup, str]: """Return the navigation link structure in HTML. This is similar to Sphinx's own default TocTree generation, but it is modified to generate TocTrees for *second*-level pages and below (not supported by default in Sphinx). This is used for our sidebar, which starts at the second-level page. It also modifies the generated TocTree slightly for Bootstrap classes and structure (via BeautifulSoup). Arguments are passed to Sphinx "toctree" function (context["toctree"] below). ref: Parameters: kind : "sidebar" or "raw". Whether to generate HTML meant for sidebar navigation ("sidebar") or to return the raw BeautifulSoup object ("raw"). startdepth : The level of the toctree at which to start. By default, for the navbar uses the normal toctree (`startdepth=0`), and for the sidebar starts from the second level (`startdepth=1`). show_nav_level : The level of the navigation bar to toggle as visible on page load. By default, this level is 1, and only top-level pages are shown, with drop-boxes to reveal children. Increasing `show_nav_level` will show child levels as well. kwargs : passed to the Sphinx `toctree` template function. Returns: HTML string (if kind == "sidebar") OR BeautifulSoup object (if kind == "raw") """ if startdepth == 0: html_toctree = context["toctree"](**kwargs) else: # find relevant ancestor page; some pages (search, genindex) won't have one ancestorname, toctree_obj = _get_ancestor_pagename( app=app, pagename=pagename, startdepth=startdepth ) if ancestorname is None: raise RuntimeError( "Template requested to generate a TocTree fragment but no suitable " "ancestor found to act as root node. Please report this to theme " "developers." ) # select the "active" subset of the navigation tree for the sidebar toctree_element = get_nonroot_toctree( app, pagename, ancestorname, toctree_obj, **kwargs ) html_toctree = app.builder.render_partial(toctree_element)["fragment"] soup = BeautifulSoup(html_toctree, "html.parser") # pair "current" with "active" since that's what we use w/ bootstrap for li in soup("li", {"class": "current"}): li["class"].append("active") # Remove sidebar links to sub-headers on the page for li in"li"): # Remove if li.find("a"): href = li.find("a")["href"] if "#" in href and href != "#": li.decompose() if kind == "sidebar": # Add bootstrap classes for first `ul` items for ul in soup("ul", recursive=False): ul.attrs["class"] = [*ul.attrs.get("class", []), "nav", "bd-sidenav"] # Add collapse boxes for parts/captions. # Wraps the TOC part in an extra <ul> to behave like chapters with toggles # show_nav_level: 0 means make parts collapsible. if show_nav_level == 0: partcaptions = soup.find_all("p", attrs={"class": "caption"}) if len(partcaptions): new_soup = BeautifulSoup( "<ul class='list-caption'></ul>", "html.parser" ) for caption in partcaptions: # Assume that the next <ul> element is the TOC list # for this part for sibling in caption.next_siblings: if == "ul": toclist = sibling break li = soup.new_tag("li", attrs={"class": "toctree-l0"}) li.extend([caption, toclist]) new_soup.ul.append(li) soup = new_soup # Add icons and labels for collapsible nested sections add_collapse_checkboxes(soup) # Open the sidebar navigation to the proper depth for ii in range(int(show_nav_level)): for checkbox in f"li.toctree-l{ii} > input.toctree-checkbox" ): checkbox.attrs["checked"] = None return soup @cache def generate_toc_html(kind: str = "html") -> BeautifulSoup: """Return the within-page TOC links in HTML.""" if "toc" not in context: return "" soup = BeautifulSoup(context["toc"], "html.parser") # Add toc-hN + visible classes def add_header_level_recursive(ul, level): if ul is None: return if level <= (context["theme_show_toc_level"] + 1): ul["class"] = [*ul.get("class", []), "visible"] for li in ul("li", recursive=False): li["class"] = [*li.get("class", []), f"toc-h{level}"] add_header_level_recursive(li.find("ul", recursive=False), level + 1) add_header_level_recursive(soup.find("ul"), 1) # Add in CSS classes for bootstrap for ul in soup("ul"): ul["class"] = [*ul.get("class", []), "nav", "section-nav", "flex-column"] for li in soup("li"): li["class"] = [*li.get("class", []), "nav-item", "toc-entry"] if li.find("a"): a = li.find("a") a["class"] = [*a.get("class", []), "nav-link"] # If we only have one h1 header, assume it's a title h1_headers =".toc-h1") if len(h1_headers) == 1: title = h1_headers[0] # If we have no sub-headers of a title then we won't have a TOC if not".toc-h2"): out = "" else: out = title.find("ul") # Else treat the h1 headers as sections else: out = soup # Return the toctree object if kind == "html": return out else: return soup def navbar_align_class() -> List[str]: """Return the class that aligns the navbar based on config.""" align = context.get("theme_navbar_align", "content") align_options = { "content": ("col-lg-3", "col-lg-9", "me-auto"), "left": ("", "", "me-auto"), "right": ("", "", "ms-auto"), } if align not in align_options: raise ValueError( "Theme option navbar_align must be one of" f"{align_options.keys()}, got: {align}" ) return align_options[align] context["unique_html_id"] = unique_html_id context["generate_header_nav_html"] = generate_header_nav_html context["suppress_sidebar_toctree"] = suppress_sidebar_toctree context["generate_toctree_html"] = generate_toctree_html context["generate_toc_html"] = generate_toc_html context["navbar_align_class"] = navbar_align_class
[docs] def add_collapse_checkboxes(soup: BeautifulSoup) -> None: """Add checkboxes to collapse children in a toctree.""" # based on toctree_checkbox_count = 0 for element in soup.find_all("li", recursive=True): # We check all "li" elements, to add a "current-page" to the correct li. classes = element.get("class", []) # expanding the parent part explicitly, if present if "current" in classes: parentli = element.find_parent("li", class_="toctree-l0") if parentli:"p.caption ~ input")[0].attrs["checked"] = "" # Nothing more to do, unless this has "children" if not element.find("ul"): continue # Add a class to indicate that this has children. element["class"] = [*classes, "has-children"] # We're gonna add a checkbox. toctree_checkbox_count += 1 checkbox_name = f"toctree-checkbox-{toctree_checkbox_count}" # Add the "label" for the checkbox which will get filled. if soup.new_tag is None: continue label = soup.new_tag( "label", attrs={"for": checkbox_name, "class": "toctree-toggle"} ) label.append(soup.new_tag("i", attrs={"class": "fa-solid fa-chevron-down"})) if "toctree-l0" in classes: # making label cover the whole caption text with css label["class"] = "label-parts" element.insert(1, label) # Add the checkbox that's used to store expanded/collapsed state. checkbox = soup.new_tag( "input", attrs={ "type": "checkbox", "class": ["toctree-checkbox"], "id": checkbox_name, "name": checkbox_name, }, ) # if this has a "current" class, be expanded by default # (by checking the checkbox) if "current" in classes: checkbox.attrs["checked"] = "" element.insert(1, checkbox)
[docs] def get_nonroot_toctree( app: Sphinx, pagename: str, ancestorname: str, toctree, **kwargs ): """Get the partial TocTree (rooted at `ancestorname`) that dominates `pagename`. Parameters: app : Sphinx app. pagename : Name of the current page (as Sphinx knows it; i.e., its relative path from the documentation root). ancestorname : Name of a page that dominates `pagename` and that will serve as the root of the TocTree fragment. toctree : A Sphinx TocTree object. Since this is always needed when finding the ancestorname (see _get_ancestor_pagename), it's more efficient to pass it here to re-use it. kwargs : passed to the Sphinx `toctree` template function. This is similar to `context["toctree"](**kwargs)` (AKA `toctree(**kwargs)` within a Jinja template), or `TocTree.get_toctree_for()`, which always uses the "root" doctree (i.e., `doctree = self.env.get_doctree(self.env.config.root_doc)`). """ kwargs.setdefault("collapse", True) if "maxdepth" not in kwargs or not kwargs["maxdepth"]: kwargs["maxdepth"] = 0 kwargs["maxdepth"] = int(kwargs["maxdepth"]) # starting from ancestor page, recursively parse `toctree::` elements ancestor_doctree = toctree.env.tocs[ancestorname].deepcopy() toctrees = [] # for each `toctree::` directive in the ancestor page... for toctree_node in traverse_or_findall(ancestor_doctree, TocTreeNodeClass): # TODO: ↑↑↑↑↑↑ use `ancestor_doctree.findall(TocTreeNodeClass)` ↑↑↑↑↑↑ # once docutils min version >=0.18.1 # ... resolve that `toctree::` (recursively get children, prune, collapse, etc) resolved_toctree = toctree.resolve( docname=pagename, builder=app.builder, toctree=toctree_node, **kwargs, ) # ... keep the non-empty ones if resolved_toctree: toctrees.append(resolved_toctree) if not toctrees: return None # ... and merge them into a single entity result = toctrees[0] for resolved_toctree in toctrees[1:]: result.extend(resolved_toctree.children) return result