Commit bcd96cc8 authored by Maxime Buquet's avatar Maxime Buquet

Merge branch 'lmc-new' into 'master'

Read newer LMC rules

See merge request !79
parents f56ce0b8 156beca1
......@@ -609,7 +609,7 @@ class ChatTab(Tab):
message = self._text_buffer.modify_message(
txt, old_id, new_id, time=time, user=user, jid=jid)
if message:
self.text_win.modify_message(old_id, message)
self.text_win.modify_message(message.identifier, message)
self.core.refresh_window()
return True
return False
......
......@@ -1129,7 +1129,7 @@ class MucTab(ChatTab):
user=user,
jid=jid)
if message:
self.text_win.modify_message(old_id, message)
self.text_win.modify_message(message.identifier, message)
return highlight
return False
......
......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ independently by their TextWins.
import logging
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
from typing import Union, Optional, List, Tuple
from typing import Dict, Union, Optional, List, Tuple
from datetime import datetime
from poezio.config import config
from poezio.theming import get_theme, dump_tuple
......@@ -121,6 +121,8 @@ class TextBuffer:
self._messages_nb_limit = messages_nb_limit # type: int
# Message objects
self.messages = [] # type: List[Message]
# Correction id -> Original message id
self.correction_ids = {} # type: Dict[str, str]
# we keep track of one or more windows
# so we can pass the new messages to them, as they are added, so
# they (the windows) can build the lines from the new message
......@@ -186,15 +188,20 @@ class TextBuffer:
return min(ret_val, 1)
def _find_message(self, old_id: str) -> int:
def _find_message(self, orig_id: str) -> Tuple[str, int]:
"""
Find a message in the text buffer from its message id
"""
# When looking for a message, ensure the id doesn't appear in a
# message we've removed from our message list. If so return the index
# of the corresponding id for the original message instead.
orig_id = self.correction_ids.get(orig_id, orig_id)
for i in range(len(self.messages) - 1, -1, -1):
msg = self.messages[i]
if msg.identifier == old_id:
return i
return -1
if msg.identifier == orig_id:
return (orig_id, i)
return (orig_id, -1)
def ack_message(self, old_id: str, jid: str) -> Union[None, bool, Message]:
"""Mark a message as acked"""
......@@ -211,7 +218,7 @@ class TextBuffer:
Edit the ack status of a message, and optionally
append some text.
"""
i = self._find_message(old_id)
_, i = self._find_message(old_id)
if i == -1:
return None
msg = self.messages[i]
......@@ -228,7 +235,7 @@ class TextBuffer:
def modify_message(self,
txt: str,
old_id: str,
orig_id: str,
new_id: str,
highlight: bool = False,
time: Optional[datetime] = None,
......@@ -236,14 +243,19 @@ class TextBuffer:
jid: Optional[str] = None):
"""
Correct a message in a text buffer.
Version 1.1.0 of Last Message Correction (0308) added clarifications
that break the way poezio handles corrections. Instead of linking
corrections to the previous correction/message as we were doing, we
are now required to link all corrections to the original messages.
"""
i = self._find_message(old_id)
orig_id, i = self._find_message(orig_id)
if i == -1:
log.debug(
'Message %s not found in text_buffer, abort replacement.',
old_id)
orig_id)
raise CorrectionError("nothing to replace")
msg = self.messages[i]
......@@ -258,10 +270,12 @@ class TextBuffer:
elif not msg.user and msg.jid != jid:
raise CorrectionError(
'Messages %s and %s have not been '
'sent by the same fullJID' % (old_id, new_id))
'sent by the same fullJID' % (orig_id, new_id))
if not time:
time = msg.time
self.correction_ids[new_id] = orig_id
message = Message(
txt,
time,
......@@ -269,13 +283,13 @@ class TextBuffer:
msg.nick_color,
False,
msg.user,
new_id,
orig_id,
highlight=highlight,
old_message=msg,
revisions=msg.revisions + 1,
jid=jid)
self.messages[i] = message
log.debug('Replacing message %s with %s.', old_id, new_id)
log.debug('Replacing message %s with %s.', orig_id, new_id)
return message
def del_window(self, win) -> None:
......
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