XSLTProcessor.cpp   [plain text]

 * This file is part of the XSL implementation.
 * Copyright (C) 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Apple, Inc. All rights reserved.
 * Copyright (C) 2005, 2006 Alexey Proskuryakov <ap@webkit.org>
 * This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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#include "config.h"


#include "XSLTProcessor.h"

#include "DOMImplementation.h"
#include "CachedResourceLoader.h"
#include "DocumentFragment.h"
#include "Frame.h"
#include "FrameLoader.h"
#include "FrameView.h"
#include "HTMLBodyElement.h"
#include "HTMLDocument.h"
#include "Page.h"
#include "Text.h"
#include "TextResourceDecoder.h"
#include "markup.h"

#include <wtf/Assertions.h>
#include <wtf/Vector.h>

namespace WebCore {

static inline void transformTextStringToXHTMLDocumentString(String& text)
    // Modify the output so that it is a well-formed XHTML document with a <pre> tag enclosing the text.
    text.replace('&', "&amp;");
    text.replace('<', "&lt;");
    text = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?>\n"
        "<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC \"-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN\" \"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd\">\n"
        "<html xmlns=\"http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml\">\n"
        "<pre>" + text + "</pre>\n"

    // Stylesheet shouldn't outlive its root node.
    ASSERT(!m_stylesheetRootNode || !m_stylesheet || m_stylesheet->hasOneRef());

PassRefPtr<Document> XSLTProcessor::createDocumentFromSource(const String& sourceString,
    const String& sourceEncoding, const String& sourceMIMEType, Node* sourceNode, Frame* frame)
    RefPtr<Document> ownerDocument = sourceNode->document();
    bool sourceIsDocument = (sourceNode == ownerDocument.get());
    String documentSource = sourceString;

    RefPtr<Document> result;
    if (sourceMIMEType == "text/plain") {
        result = Document::create(frame, sourceIsDocument ? ownerDocument->url() : KURL());
    } else
        result = DOMImplementation::createDocument(sourceMIMEType, frame, sourceIsDocument ? ownerDocument->url() : KURL(), false);

    // Before parsing, we need to save & detach the old document and get the new document
    // in place. We have to do this only if we're rendering the result document.
    if (frame) {
        if (FrameView* view = frame->view())

    RefPtr<TextResourceDecoder> decoder = TextResourceDecoder::create(sourceMIMEType);
    decoder->setEncoding(sourceEncoding.isEmpty() ? UTF8Encoding() : TextEncoding(sourceEncoding), TextResourceDecoder::EncodingFromXMLHeader);


    return result.release();

static inline RefPtr<DocumentFragment> createFragmentFromSource(const String& sourceString, const String& sourceMIMEType, Document* outputDoc)
    RefPtr<DocumentFragment> fragment = outputDoc->createDocumentFragment();

    if (sourceMIMEType == "text/html") {
        // As far as I can tell, there isn't a spec for how transformToFragment
        // is supposed to work.  Based on the documentation I can find, it looks
        // like we want to start parsing the fragment in the InBody insertion
        // mode.  Unfortunately, that's an implementation detail of the parser.
        // We achieve that effect here by passing in a fake body element as
        // context for the fragment.
        RefPtr<HTMLBodyElement> fakeBody = HTMLBodyElement::create(outputDoc);
        fragment->parseHTML(sourceString, fakeBody.get());
    } else if (sourceMIMEType == "text/plain")
        fragment->parserAddChild(Text::create(outputDoc, sourceString));
    else {
        bool successfulParse = fragment->parseXML(sourceString, 0);
        if (!successfulParse)
            return 0;

    // FIXME: Do we need to mess with URLs here?

    return fragment;

PassRefPtr<Document> XSLTProcessor::transformToDocument(Node* sourceNode)
    String resultMIMEType;
    String resultString;
    String resultEncoding;
    if (!transformToString(sourceNode, resultMIMEType, resultString, resultEncoding))
        return 0;
    return createDocumentFromSource(resultString, resultEncoding, resultMIMEType, sourceNode, 0);

PassRefPtr<DocumentFragment> XSLTProcessor::transformToFragment(Node* sourceNode, Document* outputDoc)
    String resultMIMEType;
    String resultString;
    String resultEncoding;

    // If the output document is HTML, default to HTML method.
    if (outputDoc->isHTMLDocument())
        resultMIMEType = "text/html";

    if (!transformToString(sourceNode, resultMIMEType, resultString, resultEncoding))
        return 0;
    return createFragmentFromSource(resultString, resultMIMEType, outputDoc);

void XSLTProcessor::setParameter(const String& /*namespaceURI*/, const String& localName, const String& value)
    // FIXME: namespace support?
    // should make a QualifiedName here but we'd have to expose the impl
    m_parameters.set(localName, value);

String XSLTProcessor::getParameter(const String& /*namespaceURI*/, const String& localName) const
    // FIXME: namespace support?
    // should make a QualifiedName here but we'd have to expose the impl
    return m_parameters.get(localName);

void XSLTProcessor::removeParameter(const String& /*namespaceURI*/, const String& localName)
    // FIXME: namespace support?

void XSLTProcessor::reset()

} // namespace WebCore

#endif // ENABLE(XSLT)