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Modulo:Lang/utilities

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Isayangkat daytoy a modulo dagiti plantilia nga agkammatalek iti Modulo:Lang ngem saan a husto a parte iti dayta a modulo.

Dagiti plantilia
{{iti sao}}
{{nihongo}}
{{nihongo3}}

require ('Modulo:No globals');

--[[--------------------------< I N _ L A N G >----------------------------------------------------------------

implements {{in lang}}

Module entry point from an {{#invoke:lang/utilities/sanbox|in_lang|<code>|<code2>|<code3>|<code...>|link=yes|template=Link language}}

<span class="languageicon">(in <language>)</span>

]]

local function in_lang (frame)
	local getArgs = require ('Modulo:Dagiti argumento').getArgs;
	local synonym_table = mw.loadData ('Modulo:Lang/ISO 639 synonyms');				-- ISO 639-2/639-2T code translation to 639-1 code
	local args = getArgs(frame);
	local list = {};
	local cats = {};
	local maint_msgs = {};
	
	if not args[1] then
		local template = (args['template'] and table.concat ({'{{', args['template'], '}}: '})) or '';	-- make template name (if provided by the template)
		return table.concat ({'<span style=\"font-size:100%; font-style:normal;\" class=\"error\">biddut: ', template, 'awan ti etiketa ti pagsasao</span>'});
	end

	local module = 'Modulo:Lang' .. (frame:getTitle():match ('/pagipadasan') or '');	-- if this module is the sandbox,
	local name_from_tag = require (module)._name_from_tag;						-- use Module:Lang/sandbox; Module:Lang else

	local namespace = mw.title.getCurrentTitle().namespace;						-- used for categorization
	local this_wiki_lang = mw.language.getContentLanguage().code;				-- get this wiki's language code

	for i, lang in ipairs (args) do
		local code = args[i]:lower();
		local t = {code, ['link'] = args['link'], ['template'] = args['template']};	-- build an 'args' table
		lang = name_from_tag (t)												-- get the language name
		table.insert (list, lang)												-- add this language or error message to the list

		if 'ca-valencia' ~= code then											-- except for valencian
			code = code:match ('^%a%a%a?%f[^%a]');								-- strip off region, script, and variant tags so that they aren't used to make category names
		end
		if synonym_table[code] then												-- if 639-2/639-2T code has a 639-1 synonym
			if (0 == namespace) then
				table.insert (cats, table.concat ({'[[Kategoria:Kodigo ti lang ken lang-xx a naital-o iti ISO 639-1|', code ..']]'}));
			end
			table.insert (maint_msgs, ' <span class="lang-comment" style="font-style:normal; display:none; color:#33aa33; margin-left:0.3em">')
			table.insert (maint_msgs, table.concat ({'kodigo: ', code, ' naital-o iti kodigo: ', synonym_table[code]}));
			table.insert (maint_msgs, '</span>;');
			code = synonym_table[code];											-- use the synonym
		end

		if (0 == namespace) then												-- when in article space
			if lang:find ('error') then											-- add error category (message provided by Module:Lang)
				table.insert (cats, '[[Kategoria:Dagiti biddut ti plantilia iti sao]]');
			elseif this_wiki_lang ~= code then									-- categorize article only when code is not this wiki's language code
				if lang:match ('%[%[.-|.-%]%]') then							-- wikilinked individual language name
					lang = lang:match ('%[%[.-|(.-)%]%]');
				elseif lang:match ('%[%[.-%]%]') then							-- wikilinked collective languages name
					lang = lang:match ('%[%[(.-)%]%]');
				end																-- neither of these then plain-text language name

				if lang:find ('sasao') then									-- add appropriate language-name category
					table.insert (cats, table.concat ({'[[Kategoria:Dagiti artikulo nga agraman kadagiti taudan ti kolektibo a '..frame:expandTemplate{ title = 'Plantilia:a wenno nga', args = {lang} }..' (', code, ')]]'}));
				else
					table.insert (cats, table.concat ({'[[Kategoria:Dagiti artikulo nga agraman kadagiti taudan ti pagsasao '..frame:expandTemplate{ title = 'Plantilia:a wenno nga', args = {lang} }..' (', code, ')]]'}));
				end
			end
		end
	end
	
	local result = {'<span class="languageicon">('};							-- opening span and (
	table.insert (result, 'yes' == args['cap'] and 'Iti ' or 'iti ');				-- add capitalized or uncapitalized 'in'
	table.insert (result, mw.text.listToText (list, ', ', (2 < #list) and ', ken ' or ' ken ' ));	-- and concatenate the language list

	table.insert (result, ')</span>');											-- add closing ) and closing span
	table.insert (result, table.concat (maint_msgs) or '');				-- add maint messages, if any
	table.insert (result, table.concat (cats));									-- add categories
	return table.concat (result);												-- make a big string and done
end


--[[--------------------------< N I H O N G O _ E R R O R >----------------------------------------------------

creates an error message for {{nihongo}}, {{nihongo3}}, and nihongo foot}} when these template are missing <japanese>
or <romaji> inputs; names the offending template, links to template page, and adds article to Category:Nihongo template errors

]]

local function nihongo_error (template)
	local msg = {'<span class="error" style="font-size:100%">biddut: {{'};
	table.insert (msg, template);
	table.insert (msg, '}}: Masapul ti teksto ti Hapon wenno romaji ([[Plantilia:');
	table.insert (msg, template);
	table.insert (msg, '|tulong]])</span>');
	if 0 == mw.title.getCurrentTitle().namespace then
		table.insert (msg, '[[Kategoria:Dagiti biddut ti plantilia ti nihongo]]');
	end

	return table.concat (msg);	
end


--[[--------------------------< N I H O N G O _ R E N D E R E R >----------------------------------------------

shared support function for nihingo(), nihongo3(), and nihongo_foot().  Calculates an index into formatting{}
from set/unset parameters:
	args[1] (english) has a value of 8 (set) or 0 (unset)
	args[2] (japanese) has a value of 4
	args[3] (romaji) has a value of 2
	args[4] (extra) has a value of 1
index, the sum of these values, gets the appropriate format string from formatting{} table with associated values
from the formatting[index][2] table

]]

local function nihongo_renderer (args, formatting, extra2)
	local output;
	local index = 0;															-- index into formatting{}
	local param_weight = {8, 4, 2, 1};											-- binary parameter weights: [1] = english (8), [2] = japanese (4), [3] = romaji (2), [4] = extra (1)

	for i=1, 5 do																-- spin through args[1] – args[4]
		index = index + (args[i] and param_weight[i] or 0);						-- calculate an index into formatting{}
	end

	output = (0 ~= index) and string.format (formatting[index][1] and formatting[index][1], formatting[index][2][1], formatting[index][2][2], formatting[index][2][3], formatting[index][2][4]) or nil;

	if extra2 then																-- always just attached to the end (if there is an end) so not part of formatting{}
		output = output and (output .. ' ' .. extra2) or '<5p4n>' .. extra2;	-- <5p4n> and </5p4n>: place holders for font-weight style spans; akin to stripmarkers, to be replaced
	end																			-- (nihongo and nihongo3) or removed (nihongo foot)

	return output and (output .. '</5p4n>') or '';								-- where there is output, add secret tag close
end


--[=[-------------------------< N I H O N G O >----------------------------------------------------------------

An experiment to see how to implement {{nihongo}} using Module:Lang for language and transliteration markup

{{Nihongo|<English>|<japanese>|<romaji>|<extra>|<extra2>|lead=yes}}

<English>, <japanese>, and <romaji> are positional parameters
	<English>: rendered as presented; purports to be English translation of <kanji/kana>
	<japanese>: Japanese language text using Japanese script; TODO: require?
	<romaji>: Hepburn romanization (transliteration); TODO: in Module:Lang/data change tooltip text to 'Hepburn romanization'?
<extra> and <extra2> are positional or named: |extra= and |extra2=; mixing can be problematic
	<extra> is rendered as presented preceeded with <comma><space>
	<extra2> is rendered as presented preceeded with <space>
|lead=: takes one value 'yes'; renders language name same as {{lang-ja}} but also adds [[Hepburn romanization|Hepburn]]:<space> ahead of the romanization; TODO: in Module:Lang, turnoff tooltip for transl when |lead=yes

]=]

local function nihongo (frame)
	local lang_module = require ('Modulo:Lang' .. (frame:getTitle():match ('/pagipadasan') or ''));	-- if this module is the sandbox, use Module:lang/sandbox; Module:Lang else

	local args = require ('Modulo:Dagiti argumento').getArgs (frame);
	
	local english, japanese, romaji, extra, extra2 = args[1], args[2], args[3], args.extra or args[4], args.extra2 or args[5];	-- meaningful names
	args[4] = extra or args[4];													-- ensure that extra is 'positional' for use by nihongo_renderer()

	local lead = 'yes' == args.lead;											-- make boolean

	if not (japanese or romaji) then											-- not present, return an error message
		return nihongo_error ('nihongo');
	end
	if japanese then
		japanese = lead and lang_module._lang_xx_inherit ({['code']='ja', japanese, ['template']='nihongo'}) or lang_module._lang ({'ja', japanese, ['template']='nihongo'});	-- add ja script with/without language prefix
	end
	if romaji then
		romaji = (lead and english and '[[Romanisasion ti Hepburn|Hepburn]]: ' or '') .. lang_module._transl ({'ja', 'hepburn', romaji}) or nil;
	end
	
	local formatting = {														-- <5p4n> and </5p4n>: place holders for font-weight style spans; akin to stripmarkers, replaced  before function returns
		{'<5p4n>(%s)', {extra}}, 												-- 1 - (extra)
		{'%s<5p4n>', {romaji}},													-- 2 - romaji
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {romaji, extra}},										-- 3 - romaji (extra)
		{'<5p4n>(%s)', {japanese}},												-- 4 - japanese
		{'<5p4n>(%s, %s)', {japanese, extra}},									-- 5 - (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {romaji, japanese}},									-- 6 - romaji (japanese)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {romaji, japanese, extra}},						-- 7 - romaji (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n>', {english}},												-- 8 - english
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {english, extra}},									-- 9 - english (extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {english, romaji}},									-- 10 - english (romaji)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {english, romaji, extra}},						-- 11 - english (romaji, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {english, japanese}},									-- 12 - english (japanese)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {english, japanese, extra}},						-- 13 - english (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {english, japanese, romaji}},						-- 14 - english (japanese, romaji)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s, %s)', {english, japanese, romaji, extra}},			-- 15 - english (japanese, romaji, extra)
		}

	local ret_string = nihongo_renderer (args, formatting, extra2)
	ret_string = ret_string:gsub ('<5p4n>', '<span style="font-weight: normal">'):gsub ('</5p4n>', '</span>');	-- replace 'secret' tags with proper tags
	return ret_string;															-- because gsub returns the number of replacements made as second return value
end


--[=[-------------------------< N I H O N G O 3 >--------------------------------------------------------------

An experiment to see how to implement {{nihongo3}} using Module:Lang for language and transliteration markup

Similar to {{nihongo}} but changes rendered order and does not support |lead=

{{Nihongo3|<English>|<japanese>|<romaji>|<extra>|<extra2>}}

<English>, <japanese>, and <romaji> are positional parameters
	<English>: rendered as presented; purports to be English translation of <kanji/kana>
	<japanese>: Japanese language text using Japanese script; TODO: require?
	<romaji>: Hepburn romanization (transliteration); TODO: in Module:Lang/data change tooltip text to 'Hepburn romanization'?
<extra> and <extra2> are positional or named: |extra= and |extra2=; mixing can be problematic
	<extra> is rendered as presented preceeded with <comma><space>
	<extra2> is rendered as presented preceeded with <space>

]=]

local function nihongo3 (frame)
	local lang_module = require ('Modulo:Lang' .. (frame:getTitle():match ('/pagipadasan') or ''));	-- if this module is the sandbox, use Module:lang/sandbox; Module:Lang else
	local args = require ('Modulo:Dagiti argumento').getArgs (frame);
	
	local english, japanese, romaji, extra, extra2 = args[1], args[2], args[3], args.extra or args[4], args.extra2 or args[5];	-- meaningful names
	args[4] = extra or args[4];													-- ensure that extra is 'positional' for use by nihongo_renderer()

	if not (japanese or romaji) then											-- not present, return an error message
		return nihongo_error ('nihongo3');
	end
	japanese = japanese and lang_module._lang ({'ja', japanese}) or nil;
	romaji = romaji and lang_module._transl ({'ja', 'hepburn', romaji}) or nil;
	
	local formatting = {														-- <5p4n> and </5p4n>: place holders for font-weight style spans; akin to stripmarkers, replaced  before function returns
		{'<5p4n>(%s)', {extra}}, 												-- 1 - (extra)
		{'%s<5p4n>', {romaji}},													-- 2 - romaji
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {romaji, extra}},										-- 3 - romaji (extra)
		{'<5p4n>(%s)', {japanese}},												-- 4 - japanese
		{'<5p4n>(%s, %s)', {japanese, extra}},									-- 5 - (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {romaji, japanese}},									-- 6 - romaji (japanese)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {romaji, japanese, extra}},						-- 7 - romaji (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n>', {english}},												-- 8 - english
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {english, extra}},									-- 9 - english (extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {romaji, english}},									-- 10 - romaji (english)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {romaji, english, extra}},						-- 11 - romaji (english, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s)', {english, japanese}},									-- 12 - english (japanese)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {english, japanese, extra}},						-- 13 - english (japanese, extra)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s)', {romaji, japanese, english}},						-- 14 - romaji (japanese, english)
		{'%s<5p4n> (%s, %s, %s)', {romaji, japanese, english, extra}},			-- 15 - romaji (japanese, english, extra)
		}

	local ret_string = nihongo_renderer (args, formatting, extra2)
	ret_string = ret_string:gsub ('<5p4n>', '<span style="font-weight: normal">'):gsub ('</5p4n>', '</span>');	-- replace 'secret' tags with proper tags
	return ret_string;															-- because gsub returns the number of replacements made as second return value
end


--[=[-------------------------< N I H O N G O _ F O O T >------------------------------------------------------

An experiment to see how to implement {{nihongo_foot}} using Module:Lang for language and transliteration markup

{{Nihongo foot|<English>|<japanese>|<romaji>|<extra>|<extra2>|<post>|lead=yes|group}}

<English>, <japanese>, and <romaji> are positional parameters
	<English>: rendered as presented; purports to be English translation of <kanji/kana>
	<japanese>: Japanese language text using Japanese script; TODO: require?
	<romaji>: Hepburn romanization (transliteration); TODO: in Module:Lang/data change tooltip text to 'Hepburn romanization'?
<extra> and <extra2> are positional or named: |extra= and |extra2=; mixing can be problematic
	<extra> is rendered as presented preceeded with <comma><space>
	<extra2> is rendered as presented preceeded with <space>
<post> is positional or named: |post= is a postscript character preceding the <ref>..</ref> tag (after <English>)
|lead=: takes one value 'yes'; renders language name same as {{lang-ja}} but also adds [[Hepburn romanization|Hepburn]]:<space> ahead of the romanization;
	TODO: in Module:Lang, turnoff tooltip for transl when |lead=yes
	in the live template |lead= also adds the Help:Installing Japanese character sets link; this is not supported in this code (nihongo nor nihongo3 have this support)
|group=: the group attribute in <ref group="..."> and in {{reflist}}

]=]

local function nihongo_foot (frame)
	local lang_module = require ('Modulo:Lang' .. (frame:getTitle():match ('/pagipadasan') or ''));	-- if this module is the sandbox, use Module:lang/sandbox; Module:Lang else
	local args = require ('Modulo:Dagiti argumento').getArgs (frame);
	
	local english, japanese, romaji, extra, extra2 = args[1], args[2], args[3], args.extra or args[4], args.extra2 or args[5];	-- meaningful names
	args[4] = extra or args[4];													-- ensure that extra is 'positional' for use by nihongo_renderer()
	local post = args[6] or args.post;
	local group = args.group;
	local lead = 'yes' == args.lead;											-- make boolean

	if not (japanese or romaji) then											-- not present, return an error message
		return nihongo_error ('nihongo foot');
	end
	if japanese then
		japanese = lead and lang_module._lang_xx_inherit ({['code']='ja', japanese}) or lang_module._lang ({'ja', japanese});	-- add ja script with/without language prefix
	end
	if romaji then
		romaji = (lead and '[[Romanisasion ti Hepburn|Hepburn]]: ' or '') .. lang_module._transl ({'ja', 'hepburn', romaji}) or nil;
	end
	
	local formatting = {
		{'%s', {extra}}, 														-- 1 - extra
		{'%s', {romaji}},														-- 2 - romaji
		{'%s, %s', {romaji, extra}},											-- 3 - romaji, extra
		{'%s', {japanese}},														-- 4 - japanese
		{'%s, %s', {japanese, extra}},											-- 5 - japanese, extra
		{'%s %s', {japanese, romaji}},											-- 6 - japanese romaji
		{'%s %s, %s', {japanese, romaji, extra}},								-- 7 - japanese romaji, extra
																				-- from here english is used in the mapping but not rendered by nihongo_renderer so not included in the table
		{'', {''}},																-- 8 - english
		{'%s', {extra}},														-- 9 - extra
		{'%s', {romaji}},														-- 10 - romaji
		{'%s, %s', {romaji, extra}},											-- 11 - romaji, extra
		{'%s', {japanese}},														-- 12 - japanese
		{'%s, %s', {japanese, extra}},											-- 13 - japanese, extra
		{'%s %s', {japanese, romaji}},											-- 14 - japanese romaji
		{'%s %s, %s', {japanese, romaji, extra}},								-- 15 - japanese romaji, extra
		}

	if english and post then													-- rewrite english to include |post=
		english = english .. post;												-- if english has a value append post else just post
	elseif post then
		english = post;															-- english not set, use post
	elseif not english then														-- neither are set
		english = '';															-- make english an empty string for concatenation
	end

	if japanese or romaji or extra or extra2 then								-- no ref tag when none of these are set (it would be empty)
		local content = nihongo_renderer (args, formatting, extra2);
		content = content:gsub ('<5p4n>', ''):gsub ('</5p4n>$', '', 1);			-- strip secret <5p4n> and </5p4n> tags added by nihongo_renderer(); spans not used by this template

		return english .. frame:extensionTag ({name='ref', args={group=group}, content=content});	-- english with attached reference tag
	else
		return english;															-- nothing to be inside ref tag so just return english
	end
end


--[[--------------------------< E X P O R T E D   F U N C T I O N S >------------------------------------------
]]

return {
	in_lang = in_lang,
	nihongo = nihongo,
	nihongo3 = nihongo3,
	nihongo_foot = nihongo_foot,
	}