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APP?=lexis
ROOT_DIR:=$(shell dirname $(realpath $(lastword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))))
.PHONY: run
run:
GOPATH=${ROOT_DIR}/vendor go run ${APP}.go $(filter-out $@, $(MAKECMDGOALS))
.PHONY: build
build:
GOPATH=${ROOT_DIR}/vendor go build ${APP}.go
.PHONY: serve
serve: build
${APP} --serve
%:
@true

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# LEΞΙΣ v1.0
This application is a part of the [glossa.info](https://glossa.info/) project.
This is a semi-automatic parser of Ancient Greek and Latin languages, based on [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/](http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/).
The application can be used to determine the root form of a word from its form, facilitating translation from ancient languages.
# License
[GNU General Public License v3.](https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html)
# Usage
## Reference
The program parses word form and suggests possible properties to be chosen in a drop-down menu.
![](/web/assets/img/screenshot_1.png)
Click the word to open Perseus analysis page
All fields are editable.
![](web/assets/img/screenshot_2.png)
Adjust the table by choosing font size and disabling borders.
![](web/assets/img/screenshot_3.png)
The table settings are saved when the document is printed.
### Command line usage
![](web/assets/img/screenshot_6.png)
## Launch locally
### Download
Binary files are available for [Linux](dist/lexis.linux.bin) and [MacOS](dist/lexis.darwin.bin).
### Building from sources
$ git clone https://notabug.org/envrm/lexis
$ cd lexis
#1
$ make build
#2
$ go build lexis.go
### Launch
#### Command line arguments:
$ lexis -h
Usage:
CLI: lexis <text>
WEB: lexis --serve [--port]
-port int
Server port (default 9000)
-serve
Serve LEΞΙΣ
#### Web-service launch
#1
$ make serve
Server is started at port 9000
#2
$ lexis --serve [--port]
Server is started at port 9000
$ xdg-open http://localhost:9000
# Development
Submit your suggestions, amendments and improvements at [https://notabug.org/envrm/lexis](https://notabug.org/envrm/lexis) or send them to the e-mail address specified at [glossa.info](https://glossa.info/).

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package main
// Copyright (C) 2019, Maxim Lihachev, <envrm@yandex.ru>
// This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
// (at your option) any later version.
// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
// GNU General Public License for more details.
// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
// along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
import (
"os"
"fmt"
"flag"
"sync"
"regexp"
"strings"
"strconv"
"net/http"
"path/filepath"
"html/template"
"github.com/gorilla/mux"
"github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery"
)
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Default options.
const (
defaultLanguage = "ru"
defaultPort = 9000
webDirectory = "web"
tpls = webDirectory + "/tpl/*.html"
assets = webDirectory + "/assets/"
defaultTemplate = "page"
maxTextLength = 100
perseus = "http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph"
regexpMarks = `[\d*?()$.,!"'·;:]+`
regexpDelimiters = `\n+`
)
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
type PageData struct {
Page string
Lang string
Data []Word
}
type Word struct {
Word string
Url string
Mark bool
Delimiter bool
Analysis []Analysis
}
type Analysis struct {
Variant string
Translation string
Forms []Form
}
type Form struct {
Form string
Grammar string
}
type Queue struct {
rest int
mutex sync.Mutex
}
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// printPageData prints grammatic analysis with indentations.
// Used as output formatter for CLI interface for Lexis.
func printPageData(data PageData) {
for _, w := range data.Data {
fmt.Printf("\n\033[1;32m>>> %s\033[0m\n", w.Word)
for i, grammar := range w.Analysis {
fmt.Printf("\n %d) \033[35m%s\033[0m / %s\n", i+1, grammar.Variant, grammar.Translation)
for _, form := range grammar.Forms {
fmt.Printf(" > \033[36m%s\033[0m / %s\n", form.Form, form.Grammar)
}
}
}
}
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// recognizeLanguage returns possibly language of word.
// At this moment it can be Greek or Latin.
func recognizeLanguage (word string) string {
// r := regexp.MustCompile(`^.*[α-ωΑ-Ω]+.*$`)
r := regexp.MustCompile(`^.*[a-zA-Z]+.*$`)
if r.MatchString(word) {
return "lat"
} else {
return "greek"
}
}
// perseusUrl makes full URI for Perseus morph's page.
func perseusUrl (word string) string {
return perseus + "?l=" + word + "&la="+ recognizeLanguage(word)
}
// excludeElementText seeks for element on the page and returns its inner text.
func excludeElementText (selection *goquery.Selection, path string) string {
return strings.TrimSpace(selection.Find(path).Text())
}
// splitElements splits found HTML elements into list.
func splitElements (selection *goquery.Selection) []string {
list := make([]string, selection.Size())
selection.Each(func(i int, element *goquery.Selection) {
list[i] = strings.TrimSpace(element.Text())
})
return list
}
// parseWords gets possible definitions, translations and grammar analysis from Perseus.
func parseWord (word string, collector chan Word, queue *Queue) {
w := Word{ Word: word, Url: perseusUrl(word), Analysis: []Analysis{}}
r := regexp.MustCompile(regexpMarks)
n := regexp.MustCompile(regexpDelimiters)
if r.MatchString(word) {
w.Mark = true
} else if n.MatchString(word) {
w.Delimiter = true
}
if !w.Delimiter && !w.Mark {
document, _ := goquery.NewDocument(perseusUrl(word))
document.Find("div.analysis").Each(func(i int, analysis *goquery.Selection) {
variant := excludeElementText(analysis, "h4")
translation := excludeElementText(analysis, ".lemma_definition")
f := []Form{}
analysis.Find("table tr").Each(func(i int, tr *goquery.Selection) {
tds := splitElements(tr.Find("td"))
form, grammar := tds[0], tds[1]
f = append(f, Form{form, grammar})
})
w.Analysis = append(w.Analysis, Analysis{variant, translation, f})
})
}
queue.mutex.Lock()
queue.rest -= 1
collector <- w
if queue.rest <= 0 {
close(collector)
}
queue.mutex.Unlock()
}
// parseTokens gets analysis for each word in a list concurrently.
func parseTokens (text string) map[string]Word {
words := make(map[string]Word)
tokens := tokenize(text)
queue := Queue{rest: len(tokens)}
collector := make(chan Word, queue.rest)
for _, w := range tokens {
go parseWord(w, collector, &queue)
}
for w := range collector {
words[w.Word] = w
}
return words
}
// parseText starts parsing of each word in the text and returns PageData structure.
func parseText (text string) PageData {
textForParsing := splitText(text)
data := PageData{ Page: "parse" }
if len(textForParsing) > maxTextLength {
textForParsing = textForParsing[:maxTextLength]
}
forms := parseTokens(strings.Join(textForParsing, " "))
for _, w := range textForParsing {
form := forms[strings.ToLower(w)]
form.Word = w
data.Data = append(data.Data, form)
}
return data
}
// splitText returns list of words and punctuation marks.
func splitText (logion string) []string {
re := regexp.MustCompile(`[\p{L}]+|` + regexpMarks + `|` + regexpDelimiters)
return re.FindAllString(logion, -1)
}
// tokenize returns list of unique words and punctuations in lower case.
func tokenize (logion string) []string {
tokens := make(map[string]bool)
for _, e := range splitText(logion) {
q := strings.ToLower(e)
if _, exists := tokens[q]; !exists && q != "" {
tokens[q] = true
}
}
var result []string
for item, _ := range tokens {
result = append(result, item)
}
return result
}
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// renderPage fills in Go HTML template.
func renderPage(w http.ResponseWriter, data PageData) {
t, _ := template.ParseGlob(tpls)
t.ExecuteTemplate(w, defaultTemplate, data)
}
// srvDefault redirects to index page in default language
func srvDefault(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
renderPage(w, PageData{ Page: "index", Lang: defaultLanguage })
}
// notFound handler redirects user to index page
func notFound(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
http.Redirect(w, r, "/", http.StatusSeeOther)
}
// srvParse shows parse.html page.
func srvParse(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
r.ParseForm()
fmt.Println("PARSE:")
fmt.Println(r.Form)
fmt.Println(r.Form["url_long"])
vars := mux.Vars(r)
if text, ok := r.Form["text"]; ok {
t := strings.TrimSpace(strings.Join(text, ""))
if strings.TrimSpace(t) != "" {
data := parseText(t)
data.Lang = vars["lang"]
renderPage(w, data)
} else {
http.Redirect(w, r, "/" + vars["lang"] + "/", http.StatusSeeOther)
}
}
}
// srvPage
func srvPage(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
vars := mux.Vars(r)
switch vars["page"] {
case "parse":
srvParse(w, r)
case "about":
renderPage(w, PageData{ Page: "about", Lang: vars["lang"] })
case "":
renderPage(w, PageData{ Page: "index", Lang: vars["lang"] })
default:
srvDefault(w, r)
}
}
// srv runs server on specified port.
func srv(port int) {
fmt.Println("Server is started at port", port)
router := mux.NewRouter()
http.Handle("/assets/", http.StripPrefix("/assets/", http.FileServer(http.Dir(assets))))
router.HandleFunc("/", srvDefault)
router.HandleFunc("/{lang}/", srvPage)
router.HandleFunc("/{lang}/{page}/", srvPage)
router.NotFoundHandler = http.HandlerFunc(notFound)
http.Handle("/", router)
err := http.ListenAndServe(":" + strconv.Itoa(port), nil)
if err != nil {
fmt.Println("ListenAndServe: ", err)
}
}
// --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
func showHelp() {
program := filepath.Base(os.Args[0])
fmt.Printf("Usage:\n")
fmt.Printf(" CLI: %s <text>\n", program)
fmt.Printf(" WEB: %s --serve [--port]\n\n", program)
flag.PrintDefaults()
}
func main() {
flag.Usage = showHelp
port := flag.Int("port", defaultPort, "Server port")
serve := flag.Bool("serve", false, "Serve LEΞΙΣ")
flag.Parse()
if (*serve) {
srv(*port)
} else if (len(flag.Args()) > 0) {
txt := strings.Join(flag.Args(), " ")
fmt.Printf("<< %s >>\n", txt)
printPageData(parseText(txt))
fmt.Println("")
} else {
flag.Usage()
}
}

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language: go
go:
- 1.1
- 1.2.x
- 1.3.x
- 1.4.x
- 1.5.x
- 1.6.x
- 1.7.x
- 1.8.x
- 1.9.x
- "1.10.x"
- 1.11.x
- tip

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Copyright (c) 2012-2016, Martin Angers & Contributors
All rights reserved.
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# goquery - a little like that j-thing, only in Go
[![build status](https://secure.travis-ci.org/PuerkitoBio/goquery.svg?branch=master)](http://travis-ci.org/PuerkitoBio/goquery) [![GoDoc](https://godoc.org/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery?status.png)](http://godoc.org/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery) [![Sourcegraph Badge](https://sourcegraph.com/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery/-/badge.svg)](https://sourcegraph.com/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery?badge)
goquery brings a syntax and a set of features similar to [jQuery][] to the [Go language][go]. It is based on Go's [net/html package][html] and the CSS Selector library [cascadia][]. Since the net/html parser returns nodes, and not a full-featured DOM tree, jQuery's stateful manipulation functions (like height(), css(), detach()) have been left off.
Also, because the net/html parser requires UTF-8 encoding, so does goquery: it is the caller's responsibility to ensure that the source document provides UTF-8 encoded HTML. See the [wiki][] for various options to do this.
Syntax-wise, it is as close as possible to jQuery, with the same function names when possible, and that warm and fuzzy chainable interface. jQuery being the ultra-popular library that it is, I felt that writing a similar HTML-manipulating library was better to follow its API than to start anew (in the same spirit as Go's `fmt` package), even though some of its methods are less than intuitive (looking at you, [index()][index]...).
## Table of Contents
* [Installation](#installation)
* [Changelog](#changelog)
* [API](#api)
* [Examples](#examples)
* [Related Projects](#related-projects)
* [Support](#support)
* [License](#license)
## Installation
Please note that because of the net/html dependency, goquery requires Go1.1+.
$ go get github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery
(optional) To run unit tests:
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery
$ go test
(optional) To run benchmarks (warning: it runs for a few minutes):
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery
$ go test -bench=".*"
## Changelog
**Note that goquery's API is now stable, and will not break.**
* **2018-11-15 (v1.5.0)** : Go module support (thanks @Zaba505).
* **2018-06-07 (v1.4.1)** : Add `NewDocumentFromReader` examples.
* **2018-03-24 (v1.4.0)** : Deprecate `NewDocument(url)` and `NewDocumentFromResponse(response)`.
* **2018-01-28 (v1.3.0)** : Add `ToEnd` constant to `Slice` until the end of the selection (thanks to @davidjwilkins for raising the issue).
* **2018-01-11 (v1.2.0)** : Add `AddBack*` and deprecate `AndSelf` (thanks to @davidjwilkins).
* **2017-02-12 (v1.1.0)** : Add `SetHtml` and `SetText` (thanks to @glebtv).
* **2016-12-29 (v1.0.2)** : Optimize allocations for `Selection.Text` (thanks to @radovskyb).
* **2016-08-28 (v1.0.1)** : Optimize performance for large documents.
* **2016-07-27 (v1.0.0)** : Tag version 1.0.0.
* **2016-06-15** : Invalid selector strings internally compile to a `Matcher` implementation that never matches any node (instead of a panic). So for example, `doc.Find("~")` returns an empty `*Selection` object.
* **2016-02-02** : Add `NodeName` utility function similar to the DOM's `nodeName` property. It returns the tag name of the first element in a selection, and other relevant values of non-element nodes (see godoc for details). Add `OuterHtml` utility function similar to the DOM's `outerHTML` property (named `OuterHtml` in small caps for consistency with the existing `Html` method on the `Selection`).
* **2015-04-20** : Add `AttrOr` helper method to return the attribute's value or a default value if absent. Thanks to [piotrkowalczuk][piotr].
* **2015-02-04** : Add more manipulation functions - Prepend* - thanks again to [Andrew Stone][thatguystone].
* **2014-11-28** : Add more manipulation functions - ReplaceWith*, Wrap* and Unwrap - thanks again to [Andrew Stone][thatguystone].
* **2014-11-07** : Add manipulation functions (thanks to [Andrew Stone][thatguystone]) and `*Matcher` functions, that receive compiled cascadia selectors instead of selector strings, thus avoiding potential panics thrown by goquery via `cascadia.MustCompile` calls. This results in better performance (selectors can be compiled once and reused) and more idiomatic error handling (you can handle cascadia's compilation errors, instead of recovering from panics, which had been bugging me for a long time). Note that the actual type expected is a `Matcher` interface, that `cascadia.Selector` implements. Other matcher implementations could be used.
* **2014-11-06** : Change import paths of net/html to golang.org/x/net/html (see https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/golang-nuts/eD8dh3T9yyA). Make sure to update your code to use the new import path too when you call goquery with `html.Node`s.
* **v0.3.2** : Add `NewDocumentFromReader()` (thanks jweir) which allows creating a goquery document from an io.Reader.
* **v0.3.1** : Add `NewDocumentFromResponse()` (thanks assassingj) which allows creating a goquery document from an http response.
* **v0.3.0** : Add `EachWithBreak()` which allows to break out of an `Each()` loop by returning false. This function was added instead of changing the existing `Each()` to avoid breaking compatibility.
* **v0.2.1** : Make go-getable, now that [go.net/html is Go1.0-compatible][gonet] (thanks to @matrixik for pointing this out).
* **v0.2.0** : Add support for negative indices in Slice(). **BREAKING CHANGE** `Document.Root` is removed, `Document` is now a `Selection` itself (a selection of one, the root element, just like `Document.Root` was before). Add jQuery's Closest() method.
* **v0.1.1** : Add benchmarks to use as baseline for refactorings, refactor Next...() and Prev...() methods to use the new html package's linked list features (Next/PrevSibling, FirstChild). Good performance boost (40+% in some cases).
* **v0.1.0** : Initial release.
## API
goquery exposes two structs, `Document` and `Selection`, and the `Matcher` interface. Unlike jQuery, which is loaded as part of a DOM document, and thus acts on its containing document, goquery doesn't know which HTML document to act upon. So it needs to be told, and that's what the `Document` type is for. It holds the root document node as the initial Selection value to manipulate.
jQuery often has many variants for the same function (no argument, a selector string argument, a jQuery object argument, a DOM element argument, ...). Instead of exposing the same features in goquery as a single method with variadic empty interface arguments, statically-typed signatures are used following this naming convention:
* When the jQuery equivalent can be called with no argument, it has the same name as jQuery for the no argument signature (e.g.: `Prev()`), and the version with a selector string argument is called `XxxFiltered()` (e.g.: `PrevFiltered()`)
* When the jQuery equivalent **requires** one argument, the same name as jQuery is used for the selector string version (e.g.: `Is()`)
* The signatures accepting a jQuery object as argument are defined in goquery as `XxxSelection()` and take a `*Selection` object as argument (e.g.: `FilterSelection()`)
* The signatures accepting a DOM element as argument in jQuery are defined in goquery as `XxxNodes()` and take a variadic argument of type `*html.Node` (e.g.: `FilterNodes()`)
* The signatures accepting a function as argument in jQuery are defined in goquery as `XxxFunction()` and take a function as argument (e.g.: `FilterFunction()`)
* The goquery methods that can be called with a selector string have a corresponding version that take a `Matcher` interface and are defined as `XxxMatcher()` (e.g.: `IsMatcher()`)
Utility functions that are not in jQuery but are useful in Go are implemented as functions (that take a `*Selection` as parameter), to avoid a potential naming clash on the `*Selection`'s methods (reserved for jQuery-equivalent behaviour).
The complete [godoc reference documentation can be found here][doc].
Please note that Cascadia's selectors do not necessarily match all supported selectors of jQuery (Sizzle). See the [cascadia project][cascadia] for details. Invalid selector strings compile to a `Matcher` that fails to match any node. Behaviour of the various functions that take a selector string as argument follows from that fact, e.g. (where `~` is an invalid selector string):
* `Find("~")` returns an empty selection because the selector string doesn't match anything.
* `Add("~")` returns a new selection that holds the same nodes as the original selection, because it didn't add any node (selector string didn't match anything).
* `ParentsFiltered("~")` returns an empty selection because the selector string doesn't match anything.
* `ParentsUntil("~")` returns all parents of the selection because the selector string didn't match any element to stop before the top element.
## Examples
See some tips and tricks in the [wiki][].
Adapted from example_test.go:
```Go
package main
import (
"fmt"
"log"
"net/http"
"github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery"
)
func ExampleScrape() {
// Request the HTML page.
res, err := http.Get("http://metalsucks.net")
if err != nil {
log.Fatal(err)
}
defer res.Body.Close()
if res.StatusCode != 200 {
log.Fatalf("status code error: %d %s", res.StatusCode, res.Status)
}
// Load the HTML document
doc, err := goquery.NewDocumentFromReader(res.Body)
if err != nil {
log.Fatal(err)
}
// Find the review items
doc.Find(".sidebar-reviews article .content-block").Each(func(i int, s *goquery.Selection) {
// For each item found, get the band and title
band := s.Find("a").Text()
title := s.Find("i").Text()
fmt.Printf("Review %d: %s - %s\n", i, band, title)
})
}
func main() {
ExampleScrape()
}
```
## Related Projects
- [Goq][goq], an HTML deserialization and scraping library based on goquery and struct tags.
- [andybalholm/cascadia][cascadia], the CSS selector library used by goquery.
- [suntong/cascadia][cascadiacli], a command-line interface to the cascadia CSS selector library, useful to test selectors.
- [asciimoo/colly](https://github.com/asciimoo/colly), a lightning fast and elegant Scraping Framework
- [gnulnx/goperf](https://github.com/gnulnx/goperf), a website performance test tool that also fetches static assets.
- [MontFerret/ferret](https://github.com/MontFerret/ferret), declarative web scraping.
- [tacusci/berrycms](https://github.com/tacusci/berrycms), a modern simple to use CMS with easy to write plugins
- [Dataflow kit](https://github.com/slotix/dataflowkit), Web Scraping framework for Gophers.
## Support
There are a number of ways you can support the project:
* Use it, star it, build something with it, spread the word!
- If you do build something open-source or otherwise publicly-visible, let me know so I can add it to the [Related Projects](#related-projects) section!
* Raise issues to improve the project (note: doc typos and clarifications are issues too!)
- Please search existing issues before opening a new one - it may have already been adressed.
* Pull requests: please discuss new code in an issue first, unless the fix is really trivial.
- Make sure new code is tested.
- Be mindful of existing code - PRs that break existing code have a high probability of being declined, unless it fixes a serious issue.
If you desperately want to send money my way, I have a BuyMeACoffee.com page:
<a href="https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mna" target="_blank"><img src="https://www.buymeacoffee.com/assets/img/custom_images/orange_img.png" alt="Buy Me A Coffee" style="height: 41px !important;width: 174px !important;box-shadow: 0px 3px 2px 0px rgba(190, 190, 190, 0.5) !important;-webkit-box-shadow: 0px 3px 2px 0px rgba(190, 190, 190, 0.5) !important;" ></a>
## License
The [BSD 3-Clause license][bsd], the same as the [Go language][golic]. Cascadia's license is [here][caslic].
[jquery]: http://jquery.com/
[go]: http://golang.org/
[cascadia]: https://github.com/andybalholm/cascadia
[cascadiacli]: https://github.com/suntong/cascadia
[bsd]: http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause
[golic]: http://golang.org/LICENSE
[caslic]: https://github.com/andybalholm/cascadia/blob/master/LICENSE
[doc]: http://godoc.org/github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery
[index]: http://api.jquery.com/index/
[gonet]: https://github.com/golang/net/
[html]: http://godoc.org/golang.org/x/net/html
[wiki]: https://github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery/wiki/Tips-and-tricks
[thatguystone]: https://github.com/thatguystone
[piotr]: https://github.com/piotrkowalczuk
[goq]: https://github.com/andrewstuart/goq

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package goquery
import (
"golang.org/x/net/html"
)
const (
maxUint = ^uint(0)
maxInt = int(maxUint >> 1)
// ToEnd is a special index value that can be used as end index in a call
// to Slice so that all elements are selected until the end of the Selection.
// It is equivalent to passing (*Selection).Length().
ToEnd = maxInt
)
// First reduces the set of matched elements to the first in the set.
// It returns a new Selection object, and an empty Selection object if the
// the selection is empty.
func (s *Selection) First() *Selection {
return s.Eq(0)
}
// Last reduces the set of matched elements to the last in the set.
// It returns a new Selection object, and an empty Selection object if
// the selection is empty.
func (s *Selection) Last() *Selection {
return s.Eq(-1)
}
// Eq reduces the set of matched elements to the one at the specified index.
// If a negative index is given, it counts backwards starting at the end of the
// set. It returns a new Selection object, and an empty Selection object if the
// index is invalid.
func (s *Selection) Eq(index int) *Selection {
if index < 0 {
index += len(s.Nodes)
}
if index >= len(s.Nodes) || index < 0 {
return newEmptySelection(s.document)
}
return s.Slice(index, index+1)
}
// Slice reduces the set of matched elements to a subset specified by a range
// of indices. The start index is 0-based and indicates the index of the first
// element to select. The end index is 0-based and indicates the index at which
// the elements stop being selected (the end index is not selected).
//
// The indices may be negative, in which case they represent an offset from the
// end of the selection.
//
// The special value ToEnd may be specified as end index, in which case all elements
// until the end are selected. This works both for a positive and negative start
// index.
func (s *Selection) Slice(start, end int) *Selection {
if start < 0 {
start += len(s.Nodes)
}
if end == ToEnd {
end = len(s.Nodes)
} else if end < 0 {
end += len(s.Nodes)
}
return pushStack(s, s.Nodes[start:end])
}
// Get retrieves the underlying node at the specified index.
// Get without parameter is not implemented, since the node array is available
// on the Selection object.
func (s *Selection) Get(index int) *html.Node {
if index < 0 {
index += len(s.Nodes) // Negative index gets from the end
}
return s.Nodes[index]
}
// Index returns the position of the first element within the Selection object
// relative to its sibling elements.
func (s *Selection) Index() int {
if len(s.Nodes) > 0 {
return newSingleSelection(s.Nodes[0], s.document).PrevAll().Length()
}
return -1
}
// IndexSelector returns the position of the first element within the
// Selection object relative to the elements matched by the selector, or -1 if
// not found.
func (s *Selection) IndexSelector(selector string) int {
if len(s.Nodes) > 0 {
sel := s.document.Find(selector)
return indexInSlice(sel.Nodes, s.Nodes[0])
}
return -1
}
// IndexMatcher returns the position of the first element within the
// Selection object relative to the elements matched by the matcher, or -1 if
// not found.
func (s *Selection) IndexMatcher(m Matcher) int {
if len(s.Nodes) > 0 {
sel := s.document.FindMatcher(m)
return indexInSlice(sel.Nodes, s.Nodes[0])
}
return -1
}
// IndexOfNode returns the position of the specified node within the Selection
// object, or -1 if not found.
func (s *Selection) IndexOfNode(node *html.Node) int {
return indexInSlice(s.Nodes, node)
}
// IndexOfSelection returns the position of the first node in the specified
// Selection object within this Selection object, or -1 if not found.
func (s *Selection) IndexOfSelection(sel *Selection) int {
if sel != nil && len(sel.Nodes) > 0 {
return indexInSlice(s.Nodes, sel.Nodes[0])
}
return -1
}

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package goquery
import (
"testing"
)
func TestFirst(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").First()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 1)
}
func TestFirstEmpty(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-zzcontentzz").First()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestFirstInvalid(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find("").First()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestFirstRollback(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
sel2 := sel.First().End()
assertEqual(t, sel, sel2)
}
func TestLast(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Last()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 1)
// Should contain Footer
foot := Doc().Find(".footer")
if !sel.Contains(foot.Nodes[0]) {
t.Error("Last .pvk-content should contain .footer.")
}
}
func TestLastEmpty(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-zzcontentzz").Last()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestLastInvalid(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find("").Last()
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestLastRollback(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
sel2 := sel.Last().End()
assertEqual(t, sel, sel2)
}
func TestEq(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Eq(1)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 1)
}
func TestEqNegative(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Eq(-1)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 1)
// Should contain Footer
foot := Doc().Find(".footer")
if !sel.Contains(foot.Nodes[0]) {
t.Error("Index -1 of .pvk-content should contain .footer.")
}
}
func TestEqEmpty(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find("something_random_that_does_not_exists").Eq(0)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestEqInvalid(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find("").Eq(0)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestEqInvalidPositive(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Eq(3)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestEqInvalidNegative(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Eq(-4)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 0)
}
func TestEqRollback(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
sel2 := sel.Eq(1).End()
assertEqual(t, sel, sel2)
}
func TestSlice(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Slice(0, 2)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 2)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel, "#pc1", "#pc2")
}
func TestSliceToEnd(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Slice(1, ToEnd)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 2)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(0), "#pc2")
if _, ok := sel.Eq(1).Attr("id"); ok {
t.Error("Want no attribute ID, got one")
}
}
func TestSliceEmpty(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
Doc().Find("x").Slice(0, 2)
}
func TestSliceInvalid(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
Doc().Find("").Slice(0, 2)
}
func TestSliceInvalidToEnd(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
Doc().Find("").Slice(2, ToEnd)
}
func TestSliceOutOfBounds(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
Doc().Find(".pvk-content").Slice(2, 12)
}
func TestNegativeSliceStart(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".container-fluid").Slice(-2, 3)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 1)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(0), "#cf3")
}
func TestNegativeSliceEnd(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".container-fluid").Slice(1, -1)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 2)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(0), "#cf2")
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(1), "#cf3")
}
func TestNegativeSliceBoth(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".container-fluid").Slice(-3, -1)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 2)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(0), "#cf2")
assertSelectionIs(t, sel.Eq(1), "#cf3")
}
func TestNegativeSliceToEnd(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".container-fluid").Slice(-3, ToEnd)
assertLength(t, sel.Nodes, 3)
assertSelectionIs(t, sel, "#cf2", "#cf3", "#cf4")
}
func TestNegativeSliceOutOfBounds(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
Doc().Find(".container-fluid").Slice(-12, -7)
}
func TestSliceRollback(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
sel2 := sel.Slice(0, 2).End()
assertEqual(t, sel, sel2)
}
func TestGet(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
node := sel.Get(1)
if sel.Nodes[1] != node {
t.Errorf("Expected node %v to be %v.", node, sel.Nodes[1])
}
}
func TestGetNegative(t *testing.T) {
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
node := sel.Get(-3)
if sel.Nodes[0] != node {
t.Errorf("Expected node %v to be %v.", node, sel.Nodes[0])
}
}
func TestGetInvalid(t *testing.T) {
defer assertPanic(t)
sel := Doc().Find(".pvk-content")
sel.Get(129)