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Add ◊index tag, save index entries to cache db. Addresses [5daecde7] check-in: d7659912 user: joel tags: trunk
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Modified code-docs/crystalize.scrbl from [36b67736] to [4b2805a4].

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their @tt{series_pagenode} column in the SQLite cache.

The @racket[_order] expression must evaluate to either @racket["ASC"] or @racket["DESC"] and the
@racket[_limit] expressions must evaluate to a value suitable for use in the @tt{LIMIT} clause of
@ext-link["https://sqlite.org/lang_select.html"]{a SQLite @tt{SELECT} statement}. An expression that
evaluates to a negative integer (the default) is the same as having no limit.

@deftogether[(@defproc[(list-short/articles [#:series series (or/c string? boolean?) #t]
                                            [#:limit limit stringish? -1]
                                            [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?]
              @defproc[(list-full/articles  [#:series series (or/c string? boolean?) #t]
                                            [#:limit limit stringish? -1]
                                            [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?])]





Fetches the HTML for all articles from the SQLite cache and returns the HTML strings inside
a @racket['style] tagged X-expression. The articles will be ordered by publish date according to
@racket[_order] and optionally limited to the series specified in @racket[_series].

If @racket[_series] expression evaluates to @racket[#f], articles will not be filtered by series. If
it evaluates to @racket[#t] (the default), articles will be filtered by those that specify the
current output of @racket[here-output-path] in their @tt{series_pagenode} column in the SQLite
cache. If a string is supplied, articles will be filtered by those containing that exact value in
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The reason for enclosing the results in a @racket['style] txexpr is to prevent the HTML from being
escaped by @racket[->html] in the template. This tag was picked for the job because there will
generally never be a need to include any actual CSS information inside a @tt{<style>} tag in any
page, so it can be safely filtered out later. To remove the enclosing @tt{<style>} tag, see
@racket[unfence].

@defproc[(list-full/articles+notes [#:series series (or/c string? #f) #f]
                                   [#:limit limit exact-integer? -1]
                                   [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?]

Like @racket[list-full/articles] except that notes and articles are combined side by side in the results.


@defproc[(unfence [html string?]) string?]

Returns @racket[_html] with all occurrences of @racket["<style>"] and @racket["</style>"] removed.
The contents of the style tags are left intact.

Use this with strings returned from @racket[->html] when called on docs containing
@racket[list-full/articles] or its siblings.

@defproc[(article-plain-title [pagenode pagenode?]) non-empty-string?]

Fetches the “plain” title (i.e., with no HTML markup) for the given article from the SQLite cache.
If the article did not specify a title, a default title is supplied. If the article contained
a @racket[note] that used the @code{#:disposition} attribute, the disposition-mark may be included
in the title.

Note that this needs to be called @emph{after} @racket[crystalize-article!] in order to get an
up-to-date value.







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their @tt{series_pagenode} column in the SQLite cache.

The @racket[_order] expression must evaluate to either @racket["ASC"] or @racket["DESC"] and the
@racket[_limit] expressions must evaluate to a value suitable for use in the @tt{LIMIT} clause of
@ext-link["https://sqlite.org/lang_select.html"]{a SQLite @tt{SELECT} statement}. An expression that
evaluates to a negative integer (the default) is the same as having no limit.

@deftogether[(@defproc[(listing<>-short/articles [#:series series (or/c string? boolean?) #t]
                                            [#:limit limit stringish? -1]
                                            [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?]
              @defproc[(listing<>-full/articles  [#:series series (or/c string? boolean?) #t]
                                            [#:limit limit stringish? -1]
                                            [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?])]

@margin-note{Notice how the functions that start with @tt{list/} return lists and the functions that
start with @tt{listing<>} return fenced HTML strings. Maybe this is ugly, but it helps me keep these
otherwise too-similar sets of functions straight in my head.}

Fetches the HTML for all articles from the SQLite cache and returns the HTML strings fenced inside
a @racket['style] tagged X-expression. The articles will be ordered by publish date according to
@racket[_order] and optionally limited to the series specified in @racket[_series].

If @racket[_series] expression evaluates to @racket[#f], articles will not be filtered by series. If
it evaluates to @racket[#t] (the default), articles will be filtered by those that specify the
current output of @racket[here-output-path] in their @tt{series_pagenode} column in the SQLite
cache. If a string is supplied, articles will be filtered by those containing that exact value in
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The reason for enclosing the results in a @racket['style] txexpr is to prevent the HTML from being
escaped by @racket[->html] in the template. This tag was picked for the job because there will
generally never be a need to include any actual CSS information inside a @tt{<style>} tag in any
page, so it can be safely filtered out later. To remove the enclosing @tt{<style>} tag, see
@racket[unfence].

@defproc[(listing<>-full/articles+notes [#:series series (or/c string? #f) #f]
                                   [#:limit limit exact-integer? -1]
                                   [order string? "DESC"]) txexpr?]

Like @racket[listing<>-full/articles] except that notes and articles are combined side by side in
the results.

@defproc[(unfence [html string?]) string?]

Returns @racket[_html] with all occurrences of @racket["<style>"] and @racket["</style>"] removed.
The contents of the style tags are left intact.

Use this with strings returned from @racket[->html] when called on docs containing
@racket[listing<>-full/articles] or its siblings.

@defproc[(article-plain-title [pagenode pagenode?]) non-empty-string?]

Fetches the “plain” title (i.e., with no HTML markup) for the given article from the SQLite cache.
If the article did not specify a title, a default title is supplied. If the article contained
a @racket[note] that used the @code{#:disposition} attribute, the disposition-mark may be included
in the title.

Note that this needs to be called @emph{after} @racket[crystalize-article!] in order to get an
up-to-date value.

Modified code-docs/pollen.scrbl from [91eacdd1] to [8e12d00a].

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Create second- and third-level headings, respectively. This is counting the article's title as the
first-level header (even if the current article has no title).

@defproc[(block [element xexpr?] ...) txexpr?]

A container for content that should appear grouped together on larger displays. Intended for use in
Series pages, where the template is very minimal. You would want output from
@racket[list-short/articles] to appear inside a @racket[block], but you would want output from
@racket[list-full/articles] to appear outside it (since each article effectively supplies its own
block). Only relevant to HTML output.

@deftogether[(@defproc[(link [link-id stringish?] [link-text xexpr?]) txexpr?]
              @defproc[(url  [link-id stringish?] [url string?]) void?])]

All hyperlinks are specified reference-style. So, to link some text, use the @code{link} tag with
an identifier, which can be a string, symbol or number. Elsewhere in the text, use @code{url} with







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Create second- and third-level headings, respectively. This is counting the article's title as the
first-level header (even if the current article has no title).

@defproc[(block [element xexpr?] ...) txexpr?]

A container for content that should appear grouped together on larger displays. Intended for use in
Series pages, where the template is very minimal. You would want output from
@racket[listing<>-short/articles] to appear inside a @racket[block], but you would want output from
@racket[listing<>-full/articles] to appear outside it (since each article effectively supplies its own
block). Only relevant to HTML output.

@deftogether[(@defproc[(link [link-id stringish?] [link-text xexpr?]) txexpr?]
              @defproc[(url  [link-id stringish?] [url string?]) void?])]

All hyperlinks are specified reference-style. So, to link some text, use the @code{link} tag with
an identifier, which can be a string, symbol or number. Elsewhere in the text, use @code{url} with

Modified crystalize.rkt from [013cbdf1] to [0c40f48a].

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;; ~~~ Provides ~~~

(provide spell-of-summoning!
         crystalize-article!
         article-plain-title
         list/articles
         list/articles+notes
         list-short/articles
         list-full/articles
         list-full/articles+notes
         unfence
         preheat-series!)

;; ~~~ Private use ~~~

(define DBFILE (build-path (current-project-root) "vitreous.sqlite"))

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  (define select "SELECT `~a` FROM `articles` ~a ORDER BY `published` ~a LIMIT ~a")
  (query-list (sqltools:dbc) (format select type (where/series s) order limit)))

;; ~~~~
;; Return cached HTML of articles and/or notes, fenced within a style txexpr to prevent it being
;; escaped by ->html. See also: definition of `unfence`

(define (list-short/articles #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style "<ul class=\"article-list\">"
          ,@(list/articles "listing_short_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)
          "</ul>"))

(define (list-full/articles #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style ,@(list/articles "listing_full_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)))

;; Return a combined list of articles and notes (“full content” version) sorted by date
(define (list-full/articles+notes #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style ,@(list/articles+notes "listing_full_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)))

;; Remove "<style>" and "</style>" introduced by using ->html on docs containing output from
;; listing functions
(define (unfence html-str)
  (regexp-replace* #px"<[\\/]{0,1}style>" html-str ""))








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;; ~~~ Provides ~~~

(provide spell-of-summoning!
         crystalize-article!
         article-plain-title
         list/articles
         list/articles+notes
         listing<>-short/articles
         listing<>-full/articles
         listing<>-full/articles+notes
         unfence
         preheat-series!)

;; ~~~ Private use ~~~

(define DBFILE (build-path (current-project-root) "vitreous.sqlite"))

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  (define select "SELECT `~a` FROM `articles` ~a ORDER BY `published` ~a LIMIT ~a")
  (query-list (sqltools:dbc) (format select type (where/series s) order limit)))

;; ~~~~
;; Return cached HTML of articles and/or notes, fenced within a style txexpr to prevent it being
;; escaped by ->html. See also: definition of `unfence`

(define (listing<>-short/articles #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style "<ul class=\"article-list\">"
          ,@(list/articles "listing_short_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)
          "</ul>"))

(define (listing<>-full/articles #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style ,@(list/articles "listing_full_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)))

;; Return a combined list of articles and notes (“full content” version) sorted by date
(define (listing<>-full/articles+notes #:series [s #t] #:limit [limit -1] [order "DESC"])
  `(style ,@(list/articles+notes "listing_full_html" #:series s #:limit limit order)))

;; Remove "<style>" and "</style>" introduced by using ->html on docs containing output from
;; listing functions
(define (unfence html-str)
  (regexp-replace* #px"<[\\/]{0,1}style>" html-str ""))