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* Permet de chercher et modifier du HTML
* http://http://querypath.org/
**/
include_spip('lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/qp');
include_spip('lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/qp');
/**

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QueryPath: Find Your Way
Matt Butcher <mbutcher@aleph-null.tv>
Copyright (C) 2009 Matt Butcher
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14
lib/querypath-3.0.4/.gitignore

@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
bin/build
bin/local
bin/*.tgz
bin/*.zip
*.tmproj
releases
dist
test/coverage
test/reports
test/db
docs/*
doc/*
bin/querypath-200x333.png
test/fakepear

7
lib/querypath-3.0.3/COPYING-MIT.txt → lib/querypath-3.0.4/COPYING-MIT.txt

@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
QueryPath: Find your way
Matt Butcher <mbutcher@aleph-null.tv>
Copyright (C) 2009 Matt Butcher
Matt Butcher <mattbutcher@google.com>
Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Matt Butcher
Copyright (C) 2015 Google
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
@ -18,4 +19,4 @@ FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
THE SOFTWARE.
THE SOFTWARE.

2
lib/querypath-3.0.3/CREDITS → lib/querypath-3.0.4/CREDITS

@ -10,3 +10,5 @@ hakre [hakre] <http://hakre.wordpress.com/credits/> (contributor)
katzwebservices [katzwebservices] <katzwebservices@example.com> (contributor)
Markus Kalkbrenner [mkalkbrenner] <mkalkbrenner@users.sourceforge.net> (contributor)
Akihiro Yamanoi [noisan] <akihiro.yamanoi@gmail.com> (contributor)
Sandeep Shetty [sandeepshetty] <sandeep.shetty@gmail.com> (contributor)
Zemistr [Zemistr] <Zemistr@example.com> (contributor)

74
lib/querypath-3.0.3/README.md → lib/querypath-3.0.4/README.md

@ -1,11 +1,9 @@
# QueryPath: Find your way.
**New development is happening on the `3.x` branch.**
Authors: Matt Butcher (lead), Emily Brand, and many others
[Website](http://querypath.org) |
[API Docs](http://api.querypath.org) |
[API Docs](http://api.querypath.org/docs) |
[VCS and Issue Tracking](http://github.com/technosophos/querypath) |
[Support List](http://groups.google.com/group/support-querypath) |
[Developer List](http://groups.google.com/group/devel-querypath) |
@ -16,7 +14,34 @@ This package is licensed under an MIT license (COPYING-MIT.txt).
## At A Glance
QueryPath is a jQuery-like library for working with XML and HTML
documents in PHP.
documents in PHP. It now contains support for HTML5 via the
[HTML5-PHP project](https://github.com/Masterminds/HTML5).
### Gettings Started
Assuming you have successfully installed QueryPath via Composer, you can
parse documents like this:
```
require_once "vendor/autoload.php";
// HTML5 (new)
$qp = html5qp("path/to/file.html");
// Legacy HTML via libxml
$qp = htmlqp("path/to/file.html");
// XML or XHTML
$qp = qp("path/to/file.html");
// All of the above can take string markup instead of a file name:
$qp = qp("<?xml version='1.0'?><hello><world/></hello>")
```
But the real power comes from chaining. Check out the example below.
### Example Usage
Say we have a document like this:
```xml
@ -36,14 +61,13 @@ we can use QueryPath like this:
```php
<?php
// Get all of the <td> elements in the document and add the
// attribute `foo='bar'`:
// Add the attribute "foo=bar" to every "td" element.
qp($xml, 'td')->attr('foo', 'bar');
// Or print the contents of the third TD in the second row:
// Print the contents of the third TD in the second row:
print qp($xml, '#row2>td:nth(3)')->text();
// Or append another row to the XML and then write the
// Append another row to the XML and then write the
// result to standard output:
qp($xml, 'tr:last')->after('<tr><td/><td/><td/></tr>')->writeXML();
@ -52,7 +76,7 @@ qp($xml, 'tr:last')->after('<tr><td/><td/><td/></tr>')->writeXML();
(This example is in `examples/at-a-glance.php`.)
With over 60 functions and robust support for chaining, you can
With over 60 functions and robust support for chaining, you can
accomplish sophisticated XML and HTML processing using QueryPath.
## QueryPath Installers
@ -61,9 +85,6 @@ The preferred method of installing QueryPath is via [Composer](http://getcompose
You can also download the package from GitHub.
Older versions of QueryPath 2.x are still available from the PEAR repository.
### Composer (Preferred)
To add QueryPath as a library in your project, add this to the 'require'
@ -81,27 +102,13 @@ The run `php composer.phar install` in that directory.
To stay up to date on stable code, you can use `dev-master` instead of `>=3.0.0`.
### Pear
_This is not supported any longer._
To install QueryPath 2.x as a server-wide library, you may wish to use
PEAR or Pyrus. See [pear.querypath.org](http://pear.querypath.org)
for more information, or simply run these commands:
```
$ pear channel-discover pear.querypath.org
$ pear install querypath/QueryPath
```
### Manual
### Manual Install
You can either download a stable release from the
[GitHub Tags page](https://github.com/technosophos/querypath/tags)
or you can use `git` to clone
[this repository](http://github.com/technosophos/querypath) and work from
the code. `master` typically has the latest stable, while `3.x` is where
active development is happening.
the code.
## Including QueryPath
@ -113,15 +120,7 @@ require 'vendor/autoload.php';
?>
```
If you installed QueryPath as a PEAR package, use it like this:
```php
<?php
require 'QueryPath/qp.php';
?>
```
From the download or git clone:
Without Composer, you can include QueryPath like this:
```php
<?php
@ -141,3 +140,4 @@ From there, the main functions you will want to use are `qp()`
(alias of `QueryPath::with()`) and `htmlqp()` (alias of
`QueryPath::withHTML()`). Start with the
[API docs](http://api.querypath.org/docs).

168
lib/querypath-3.0.4/RELEASE

@ -0,0 +1,168 @@
# RELEASE NOTES
3.0.5 (unstable)
3.0.4
- Addition of namespace fetching method ns().
- Various fixes
- Basic support for HTML5 via Masterminds\HTML5
- Fixed #164
3.0.3
- Bug #141: Fixed :gt and :lt pseudoclasses (thanks to lsv)
- Bug #124: Fixed inheritance issue with late static binding (via noisan)
- Bug #126: text(string) was not updating all matched elements (via noisan)
- Bug #127: wrapInner() was mangling the HTML if matched element set was greater than 1 (via noisan)
- Bug #128: Improved jQuery compatibility with wrap*() *pend(), before(), after(), etc. (via noisan)
3.0.2
- Bug #112: children() was not correctly restricting filters.
- Bug #108: QueryPath\Query interface was too restrictive. (via mkalkbrenner)
- Feature #106: :contains() is now case-insensitive. (via katzwebservices)
3.0.1
- Issue #100: qp.php divided into qp.php and qp_functions.php. Composer now includes qp(). (via hakre)
- Issue #102: Added QueryPath.VERSION_MAJOR, changed QueryPath.VERSION
- Issue #97: Rewrite children() and filter() to be a little more efficient.
3.0.0
** REALLY IMPORTANT CHANGE:** To match jQuery, and to correctly implement
a bottom-up parser, the following will no longer work:
$qp($html, 'li')->find(':root ul');
You can no longer use find() to ever, ever move UP the document true
(like back to the root from somewhere in the tree). You MUST use
top() to do this now. This is how jQuery works, and making this
minor change makes things much faster.
** REALLY IMPORTANT CHANGE:** Many "destructive" operations now return a
new QueryPath object. This mirrors jQuery's behavior.
THAT MEANS: find() now works like jQuery find(), branch() is
deprecated. findInPlace() does what find() used to do.
1. removeAll() now works as it does in recent jQuery. Thanks to GDMac
(issues #77 #78) for the fix.
2. Refactored to use namespaces.
3. Refactored to be SPR-0 compliant.
4. Now uses Composer.
5. The traversal mechanism is now bottom-up, which means Querypath is
faster.
6. Issue #83: Fixed broken forloop in techniques.php. Thanks to BillOrtell for
the fix.
7. ID-based searches no longer guarantee that only one element will be returned.
This accomodates XML documents that may use 'id' in a way different than
HTML.
8. The base CSS Traverser is now optimized for selectors that use ID or
class, but no element.
9. Pseudo-element behavior has been rewritten to better conform to the
standard. Using a pseudo-element no longer changes the match. Rather,
it checks to see if the condition is met by the present element, and
returns TRUE if it does. This means we do not need special case logic
to deal with text fragments.
10. :x-root, :x-reset, and :scope are now implemented using the
same algorithm (they are, in other words, aliases). Since
:scope is part of CSS 4, you should use that.
11. Support for the following CSS 4 Selectors featues has been added:
- :matches() pseudoclass, which behaves the way :has() behaves.
- :any-link
- :local-link (with some restrictions, as it does not know what the real
URL of the document is).
- :scope (see above)
12. Traversing UP the DOM tree with find() is no longer allowed. Use top().
13. :first is an alias of :nth(1) instead of :first-of-type. This follows
jQuery now.
14. eachLambda() is now deprecated. It WILL be removed in the future.
15. **Extensions:** QPList, QPTPL, and QPDB have all been moved to the new
project QueryPath-Ext.
2.1.3
1. QueryPath Templates have gotten an overhaul from TomorrowToday (Issue #59).
Templates now support attributes.
2.1.2:
1. Fixed the case where remove() caused an error when no items were found
to remove (issue #63). Thanks marktheunissen for the bug report and fix.
2. New XML extensions to deal with adding namespaced elements (#64). Thanks to
theshadow for contributing an entire extension, and to farinspace for
detailed experiments with QP and XML namespaces.
3. The adjacent CSS selector has been modified to ignore text elements. This
seems to be inline with the spec, but I am not 100% sure. Thanks to
fiveminuteargument for the patch.
2.1.1:
1. The xhtml() and writeXHTML() methods now correctly escape JS/CSS and also correctly
fold some tags into unaries will keeping other empty tags. See issues #10, #47.
Thanks to Alex Lawrence for his input.
2. The method document() has been added. Thanks to Alex Lawrence for suggesting this
addition.
3. The fetch_rss.php example created broken HREFs in some cases. Thanks to yaph for
the patch.
4. The xpath() method now supports setting default namespaces. Thanks to Xavier Prud'homme
for a patch.
5. The remove() method was fixed (issue #55) to now correctly return a QueryPath with
just the removed nodes, while not altering the base QueryPath object. Thanks to MarcusX
for finding and reporting the problem.
6. Added childrenText() convenience method. (Safe -- no changes to existing functions.)
Thanks to Xavatar for suggestion and proofing initial code.
7. Fixed bad character stripping in htmlqp() (Issue #58, #52) so that meaningful whitespace
is no longer stripped prior to parsing. Thanks to NortherRaven for detailed report
and help testing and debugging.
8. Fixed broken :nth-of-type pseudo-class (Issue #57). Thanks to NorthernRaven for the
detailed report and help debugging.
9. Fixed broken an+b rule handling in the special case '-n+b'. Thanks to NorthernRaven for
reporting and helping out.
10. Xinclude support has been added via the xinclude() method on QueryPath. Thanks to Crell
for the suggestion and to sdboyer for help (Issue #50).
11. QueryPath now implements Countable, which means you can do `count(qp($xml, 'div'))`. The
size() function has been marked deprecated.
12. is() now takes both DOMNodes and Traversables (including QueryPath) as an argument. See
issue #53.
13. The dirty_html.php example (contributed by Emily Brand, thanks!) is now fixed. Thanks to
MartyIX for tracking down the issue (#59).
2.1.0:
Big Changes:
1. There is now an `htmlqp()` function that parses crufty HTML in a far
more reliable way than `qp()`. Use this instead of any variant of
the older `@qp()` setup.
2. The API has been brought into alignment with jQuery 1.4. See
API-2.1.0 for details.
3. This release was driven substantially by eabrand's GSOC 2010
contributions. Thanks, Emily!
4. There are now Phar and PEAR packages available. Got to
http://pear.querypath.org for PEAR packages.
5. The minimal QP distribution is no longer minified, as it reportedly
causes XDebug to crash.
7. Data URs are now supported. QueryPath can now embed images directly
into HTML and XML this way.
8. Documentation is now in Doxygen instead of PhpDocumentor. Thanks
to Matt Farina and Kevin O'Brien for their input.

16
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@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
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"license": "MIT",
"keywords": ["xml", "html", "css", "jquery", "xslt"],
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},
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}
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58
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath.php

@ -84,6 +84,8 @@
*
*/
use \Masterminds\HTML5;
/**
*
*/
@ -135,6 +137,14 @@ class QueryPath {
<body></body>
</html>';
const HTML5_STUB = '<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>Untitled</title>
</head>
<body></body>
</html>';
/**
* This is a stub XHTML document.
*
@ -193,6 +203,52 @@ class QueryPath {
return @self::with($source, $selector, $options);
}
/**
* Parse HTML5 documents.
*
* This uses HTML5-PHP to parse the document. In actuality, this parser does
* a fine job with pre-HTML5 documents in most cases, though really old HTML
* (like 2.0) may have some substantial quirks.
*
* <b>Supported Options</b>
* Any options supported by HTML5-PHP are allowed here. Additionally, the
* following options have meaning to QueryPath.
* - QueryPath_class
*
*
* @param mixed $source
* A document as an HTML string, or a path/URL. For compatibility with
* existing functions, a DOMDocument, SimpleXMLElement, DOMNode or array
* of DOMNodes will be passed through as well. However, these types are not
* validated in any way.
*
* @param string $selector
* A CSS3 selector.
*
* @param array $options
* An associative array of options, which is passed on into HTML5-PHP. Note
* that the standard QueryPath options may be ignored for this function,
* since it uses a different parser.
*
* @return QueryPath
*/
public static function withHTML5($source = NULL, $selector = NULL, $options = array()) {
$qpClass = isset($options['QueryPath_class']) ? $options['QueryPath_class'] : '\QueryPath\DOMQuery';
if(is_string($source)) {
$html5 = new HTML5();
if (strpos($source, '<') !== FALSE && strpos($source, '>') !== FALSE) {
$source = $html5->loadHTML($source);
}
else {
$source = $html5->load($source);
}
}
$qp = new $qpClass($source, $selector, $options);
return $qp;
}
/**
* Enable one or more extensions.
*
@ -249,7 +305,7 @@ class QueryPath {
* ?>
* @endcode
*
* @retval array
* @return array
* An array of extension names.
*
* @see QueryPath::ExtensionRegistry

20
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser.php

@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
*
* @param string $selector
* The selector.
* @retval object SPLObjectStorage
* @return \SPLObjectStorage
* An SPLObjectStorage containing a list of matched
* DOMNode objects.
*/
@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
* The DOMNode to check.
* @param array Selector->toArray()
* The Selector to check.
* @retval boolean
* @return boolean
* A boolean TRUE if the node matches, false otherwise.
*/
public function matchesSelector($node, $selector) {
@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
* The DOMNode to check.
* @param object SimpleSelector
* The Selector to check.
* @retval boolean
* @return boolean
* A boolean TRUE if the node matches, false otherwise.
*/
public function matchesSimpleSelector($node, $selectors, $index) {
@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
* The array of simple selectors.
* @param int $index
* The index of the current selector.
* @retval boolean
* @return boolean
* TRUE if the next selector(s) match.
*/
public function combine($node, $selectors, $index) {
@ -436,6 +436,12 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
protected function initialMatchOnID($selector, $matches) {
$id = $selector->id;
$found = $this->newMatches();
// Issue #145: DOMXPath will through an exception if the DOM is
// not set.
if (!($this->dom instanceof \DOMDocument)) {
return $found;
}
$baseQuery = ".//*[@id='{$id}']";
$xpath = new \DOMXPath($this->dom);
@ -463,6 +469,12 @@ class DOMTraverser implements Traverser {
*/
protected function initialMatchOnClasses($selector, $matches) {
$found = $this->newMatches();
// Issue #145: DOMXPath will through an exception if the DOM is
// not set.
if (!($this->dom instanceof \DOMDocument)) {
return $found;
}
$baseQuery = ".//*[@class]";
$xpath = new \DOMXPath($this->dom);

7
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser/PseudoClass.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser/PseudoClass.php

@ -117,11 +117,12 @@ class PseudoClass {
case 'lt':
// I'm treating this as "less than or equal to".
$rule = sprintf('-n + %d', (int) $value);
$rule = '-n+15';
// $rule = '-n+15';
return $this->isNthChild($node, $rule);
case 'gt':
// I'm treating this as "greater than"
return $this->nodePositionFromEnd($node) > (int) $value;
// return $this->nodePositionFromEnd($node) > (int) $value;
return $this->nodePositionFromStart($node) > (int) $value;
case 'nth':
case 'eq':
$rule = (int)$value;
@ -356,7 +357,7 @@ class PseudoClass {
/**
* Provides functionality for all "An+B" rules.
* Provides ntoh-child and also the functionality required for:
* Provides nth-child and also the functionality required for:
*
*- nth-last-child
*- even

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser/Util.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/DOMTraverser/Util.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/EventHandler.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/EventHandler.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/InputStream.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/InputStream.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/NotImplementedException.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/NotImplementedException.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/ParseException.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/ParseException.php

3
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/Parser.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/Parser.php

@ -339,7 +339,8 @@ class Parser {
}
return $buf;
*/
$buf .= $this->scanner->getQuotedString();
//$buf .= $this->scanner->getQuotedString();
$buf .= $this->scanner->getPseudoClassString();
return $buf;
}
}

3
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/QueryPathEventHandler.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/QueryPathEventHandler.php

@ -1224,9 +1224,10 @@ class QueryPathEventHandler implements EventHandler, Traverser {
$lines = explode("\n", $str);
if (!empty($lines)) {
$line = trim($lines[0]);
if (!empty($line))
if (!empty($line)) {
$o->textContent = $line;
$found->attach($o);//trim($lines[0]);
}
}
}
$this->matches = $found;

44
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/Scanner.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/Scanner.php

@ -241,6 +241,50 @@ final class Scanner {
}
}
// Get the contents inside of a pseudoClass().
public function getPseudoClassString() {
if ($this->token == Token::quote || $this->token == Token::squote || $this->token == Token::lparen) {
$end = ($this->token == Token::lparen) ? Token::rparen : $this->token;
$buf = '';
$escape = FALSE;
$this->nextToken(); // Skip the opening quote/paren
// The second conjunct is probably not necessary.
while ($this->token !== FALSE && $this->token > -1) {
//print "Char: $this->value \n";
if ($this->token == Token::bslash && !$escape) {
// XXX: The backslash (\) is removed here.
// Turn on escaping.
//$buf .= $this->value;
$escape = TRUE;
}
elseif ($escape) {
// Turn off escaping
$buf .= $this->value;
$escape = FALSE;
}
// Allow nested pseudoclasses.
elseif ($this->token == Token::lparen) {
$buf .= "(";
$buf .= $this->getPseudoClassString();
$buf .= ")";
}
elseif ($this->token === $end) {
// At end of string; skip token and break.
$this->nextToken();
break;
}
else {
// Append char.
$buf .= $this->value;
}
$this->nextToken();
}
return $buf;
}
}
/**
* Get a string from the input stream.
* This is a convenience function for getting a string of

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/Selector.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/Selector.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/SimpleSelector.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/SimpleSelector.php

0
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/Token.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/Token.php

4
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/CSS/Traverser.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/CSS/Traverser.php

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ interface Traverser {
*
* @param string $selector
* A selector. Typically this is a CSS 3 Selector.
* @retval object Traverser
* @return \Traverser
* The Traverser that can return matches.
*/
public function find($selector);
@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ interface Traverser {
*
* Return an array of matching items.
*
* @retval array
* @return array
* An array of matched values. The specific data type in the matches
* will differ depending on the data type searched, but in the core
* QueryPath implementation, this will be an array of DOMNode

247
lib/querypath-3.0.3/src/QueryPath/DOMQuery.php → lib/querypath-3.0.4/src/QueryPath/DOMQuery.php

@ -15,6 +15,7 @@ namespace QueryPath;
use \QueryPath\CSS\QueryPathEventHandler;
use \QueryPath;
use \Masterminds\HTML5;
/**
@ -144,7 +145,11 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
$this->document = $document->ownerDocument;
//$this->matches = array($document);
$this->setMatches($document);
}
}
elseif ($document instanceof \Masterminds\HTML5) {
$this->document = $document;
$this->setMatches($document->documentElement);
}
elseif ($document instanceof \SimpleXMLElement) {
$import = dom_import_simplexml($document);
$this->document = $import->ownerDocument;
@ -244,7 +249,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param string $selector
* A selector. If this is supplied, QueryPath will navigate to the
* document root and then run the query. (Added in QueryPath 2.0 Beta 2)
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object, wrapping the root element (document element)
* for the current document.
*/
@ -259,7 +264,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param string $selector
* CSS 3 Selector
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see filter()
* @see is()
* @todo If a find() returns zero matches, then a subsequent find() will
@ -305,7 +310,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* in conjunction with 'namespace_uri'
* - 'namespace_uri': The URI to be used as the default namespace URI. Used
* with 'namespace_prefix'
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* A DOMQuery object wrapping the results of the query.
* @see find()
* @author M Butcher
@ -408,6 +413,16 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
return $this->matches;
}
/**
* Get the namespace of the current element.
*
* If QP is currently pointed to a list of elements, this will get the
* namespace of the first element.
*/
public function ns() {
return $this->get(0)->namespaceURI;
}
/**
* Get the DOMDocument that we currently work with.
*
@ -423,7 +438,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
/**
* On an XML document, load all XIncludes.
*
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
*/
public function xinclude() {
$this->document->xinclude();
@ -565,7 +580,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* apply all rules to all elements in the set.
* @param string $value
* The value to set. This is only set if $name is a string.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
*/
public function css($name = NULL, $value = '') {
if (empty($name)) {
@ -640,7 +655,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param resource $context
* A valid context. Use this only if you need to pass a stream context. This is only necessary
* if $data is a URL. (See {@link stream_context_create()}).
* @retval mixed
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery|string
* If this is called as a setter, this will return a DOMQuery object. Otherwise, it
* will attempt to fetch data out of the attribute and return that.
* @see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data:_URL
@ -684,7 +699,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param string $name
* Name of the parameter to remove.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object with the same elements.
* @see attr()
*/
@ -705,7 +720,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param $index
* The index of the element to keep. The rest will be
* discarded.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see get()
* @see is()
* @see end()
@ -775,7 +790,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param string $selector
* The selector to use as a filter.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery with non-matching items filtered out.
* @see filterLambda()
* @see filterCallback()
@ -857,7 +872,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param boolean $modifyDOM
* If this is TRUE, the sorted results will be inserted back into
* the DOM at the position of the original first element.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* This object.
*/
public function sort($comparator, $modifyDOM = FALSE) {
@ -915,7 +930,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param string $fn
* Inline lambda function in a string.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see filter()
* @see map()
* @see mapLambda()
@ -960,7 +975,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param string $regex
* A regular expression.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see filter()
* @see filterCallback()
* @see preg_match()
@ -995,7 +1010,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param callback $callback.
* A callback either as a string (function) or an array (object, method OR
* classname, method).
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* Query path object augmented according to the function.
* @see filter()
* @see filterLambda()
@ -1021,7 +1036,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @param string $selector
* A selector to use as a negation filter. If the filter is matched, the
* element will be removed from the list.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object with matching items filtered out.
* @see find()
*/
@ -1089,7 +1104,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* - $index: The index position in the list of items wrapped by this object.
* - $item: The current item.
*
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object wrapping a list of whatever values were returned
* by each run of the callback.
*
@ -1141,7 +1156,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* The number of items to include in the slice. If nothing is specified, the
* all remaining matches (from $start onward) will be included in the sliced
* list.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see array_slice()
*/
public function slice($start, $length = 0) {
@ -1180,7 +1195,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param callback $callback
* The callback to run.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery.
* @see eachLambda()
* @see filter()
@ -1207,7 +1222,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* method is not necessary and should be avoided.
* @param string $lambda
* The lambda function. This will be passed ($index, &$item).
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object.
* @see each()
* @see filterLambda()
@ -1239,7 +1254,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param mixed $data
* This can be either a string (the usual case), or a DOM Element.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The DOMQuery object.
* @see appendTo()
* @see prepend()
@ -1287,7 +1302,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param DOMQuery $dest
* A DOMQuery object that will be appended to.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* The original DOMQuery, unaltered. Only the destination DOMQuery will
* be modified.
* @see append()
@ -1306,7 +1321,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
*
* @param mixed $data
* This can be either a string (the usual case), or a DOM Element.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery
* @see append()
* @see before()
* @see after()
@ -1341,7 +1356,7 @@ class DOMQuery implements \QueryPath\Query, \IteratorAggregate, \Countable {
* @see appendTo()
* @param DOMQuery $dest
* The destination DOMQuery object.
* @retval object DOMQuery
* @return \QueryPath\DOMQuery