module Forme

  1. lib/forme.rb
  2. lib/forme/bs3.rb
  3. lib/forme/erb.rb
  4. lib/forme/form.rb
  5. lib/forme/input.rb
  6. lib/forme/rails.rb
  7. lib/forme/raw.rb
  8. lib/forme/tag.rb
  9. lib/forme/template.rb
  10. lib/forme/transformers/error_handler.rb
  11. lib/forme/transformers/formatter.rb
  12. lib/forme/transformers/helper.rb
  13. lib/forme/transformers/inputs_wrapper.rb
  14. lib/forme/transformers/labeler.rb
  15. lib/forme/transformers/serializer.rb
  16. lib/forme/transformers/wrapper.rb
  17. lib/forme/version.rb
  18. show all


CGI =  
CONFIGURATIONS = {:default=>{}}  

Hash storing all configurations. Configurations are groups of related transformers, so that you can specify a single :config option when creating a Form and have all of the transformers set from that.

ESCAPE_TABLE = {'&' => '&', '<' => '<', '>' => '>', '"' => '"', "'" => '''}.freeze  
MAJOR = 2  

The major version of Forme, updated only for major changes that are likely to require modification to apps using Forme.

MINOR = 2  

The minor version of Forme, updated for new feature releases of Forme.

SHARED_WRAPPERS = [:tr, :table, :ol, :fieldset_ol]  

Transformer symbols shared by wrapper and inputs_wrapper

TINY = 0  

The patch version of Forme, updated only for bug fixes from the last feature release.


Main hash storing the registered transformers. Maps transformer type symbols to subhashes containing the registered transformers for that type. Those subhashes should have symbol keys and values that are either classes or objects that respond to call.

TRANSFORMER_TYPES = [:formatter, :serializer, :wrapper, :error_handler, :helper, :labeler, :inputs_wrapper, :tag_wrapper, :set_wrapper]  

Array of all supported transformer types.

VERSION = "#{MAJOR}.#{MINOR}.#{TINY}".freeze  

Version constant, use Forme.version instead.


The full version of Forme as a number (1.8.0 => 10800)


default_add_blank_prompt [RW]

The default prompt to use for the :add_blank option (default: nil).

default_config [RW]

Set the default configuration to use if none is explicitly specified (default: :default).

Public Class methods

attr_classes(attr, *classes)

Update the :class entry in the attr hash with the given classes.

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    # File lib/forme.rb
100 def self.attr_classes(attr, *classes)
101   attr[:class] = merge_classes(attr[:class], *classes)
102 end
form(*a, &block)

Call Forme::Form.form with the given arguments and block.

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   # File lib/forme.rb
95 def self.form(*a, &block)
96   Form.form(*a, &block)
97 end
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   # File lib/forme.rb
18 def self.h(value)
19   CGI.escapeHTML(value.to_s)
20 end

Return a string that includes all given class strings

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    # File lib/forme.rb
105 def self.merge_classes(*classes)
106   classes.compact.join(' ')
107 end

Create a RawString using the given string, which will disable automatic escaping for that string.

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    # File lib/forme.rb
111 def self.raw(s)
113 end
register_config(type, hash)

Register a new configuration. Type is the configuration name symbol, and hash maps transformer type symbols to transformer name symbols.

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   # File lib/forme.rb
88 def self.register_config(type, hash)
89   CONFIGURATIONS[type] = CONFIGURATIONS[hash.fetch(:base, :default)].merge(hash)
90 end
register_transformer(type, sym, obj=nil, &block)

Register a new transformer with this library. Arguments:


Transformer type symbol


Transformer name symbol


Transformer to associate with this symbol. Should provide either obj or block, but not both. If obj is given, should be either a Class instance or it should respond to call. If a Class instance is given, instances of that class should respond to call, and a new instance of that class should be used for each transformation.

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   # File lib/forme.rb
80 def self.register_transformer(type, sym, obj=nil, &block)
81   raise Error, "Not a valid transformer type" unless TRANSFORMERS.has_key?(type)
82   raise Error, "Must provide either block or obj, not both" if obj && block
83   TRANSFORMERS[type][sym] = obj||block
84 end
transform(type, trans_name, default_opts, *args, &block)

If there is a related transformer, call it with the given args and block. Otherwise, attempt to return the initial input without modifying it.

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    # File lib/forme.rb
117 def self.transform(type, trans_name, default_opts, *args, &block)
118   if trans = transformer(type, trans_name, default_opts)
119*args, &block)
120   else
121     case type
122     when :inputs_wrapper
123       yield
124     when :labeler, :error_handler, :wrapper, :helper, :set_wrapper, :tag_wrapper
125       args.first
126     else
127       raise Error, "No matching #{type}: #{trans_name.inspect}"
128     end
129   end
130 end
transformer(type, trans, default_opts=nil)

Get the related transformer for the given transformer type. Output depends on the type of trans:


Assume a request for a registered transformer, so look it up in the TRANSFORRMERS hash.


If type is also a key in trans, return the related value from trans, unless the related value is nil, in which case, return nil. If type is not a key in trans, use the default transformer for the receiver.


Assume the default transformer for this receiver.


return trans directly if it responds to call, and raise an Error if not.

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    # File lib/forme.rb
140 def self.transformer(type, trans, default_opts=nil)
141   case trans
142   when Symbol
143     type = :wrapper if type == :set_wrapper || type == :tag_wrapper
144     TRANSFORMERS[type][trans] || raise(Error, "invalid #{type}: #{trans.inspect} (valid #{type}s: #{TRANSFORMERS[type]', ')})")
145   when Hash
146     if trans.has_key?(type)
147       if v = trans[type]
148         transformer(type, v, default_opts)
149       end
150     else
151       transformer(type, nil, default_opts)
152     end
153   when nil
154     transformer(type, default_opts[type]) if default_opts
155   else
156     if trans.respond_to?(:call)
157       trans
158     else
159       raise Error, "#{type} #{trans.inspect} must respond to #call"
160     end
161   end
162 end

Returns the version as a frozen string (e.g. ‘0.1.0’)

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   # File lib/forme/version.rb
22 def self.version
24 end