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Difference From v0.4 To trunk

2022-09-26
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WebUI: fix font sizes for tag cloud ... (Leaf check-in: cfcee41605 user: stern tags: trunk)
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RSS: encode tags as RSS categories ... (check-in: 4ab82b3336 user: stern tags: trunk)
2022-03-10
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Increase version to 0.5-dev to begin next development cycle ... (check-in: 73f6c7eb13 user: stern tags: trunk)
2022-03-09
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Version 0.4 ... (check-in: 54ed47f372 user: stern tags: trunk, release, v0.4)
13:54
Update release checklist ... (check-in: 711a670d7a user: stern tags: trunk)

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often connects to Zettelstore via its API. Some of the software packages may be
experimental.

The software, including the manual, is licensed
under the [European Union Public License 1.2 (or
later)](https://zettelstore.de/home/file?name=LICENSE.txt&ci=trunk).

[Stay tuned](https://twitter.com/zettelstore)…







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often connects to Zettelstore via its API. Some of the software packages may be
experimental.

The software, including the manual, is licensed
under the [European Union Public License 1.2 (or
later)](https://zettelstore.de/home/file?name=LICENSE.txt&ci=trunk).

[Stay tuned](https://twitter.com/zettelstore) …

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// InlineNode is the interface that all inline nodes must implement.
type InlineNode interface {
	Node
	inlineNode()
}

// InlineEmbedNode is a node that specifies some embeddings in inline mode.
// It is abstract, b/c there are different concrete type implementations.
type InlineEmbedNode interface {
	InlineNode
	inlineEmbedNode()
}

// Reference is a reference to external or internal material.
type Reference struct {
	URL   *url.URL
	Value string
	State RefState
}

// RefState indicates the state of the reference.
type RefState int

// Constants for RefState
const (
	RefStateInvalid  RefState = iota // Invalid Reference
	RefStateZettel                   // Reference to an internal zettel
	RefStateSelf                     // Reference to same zettel with a fragment
	RefStateFound                    // Reference to an existing internal zettel, URL is ajusted
	RefStateBroken                   // Reference to a non-existing internal zettel
	RefStateHosted                   // Reference to local hosted non-Zettel, without URL change
	RefStateBased                    // Reference to local non-Zettel, to be prefixed

	RefStateExternal                 // Reference to external material
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// InlineNode is the interface that all inline nodes must implement.
type InlineNode interface {
	Node
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// Reference is a reference to external or internal material.
type Reference struct {
	URL   *url.URL
	Value string
	State RefState
}

// RefState indicates the state of the reference.
type RefState int

// Constants for RefState
const (
	RefStateInvalid  RefState = iota // Invalid Reference
	RefStateZettel                   // Reference to an internal zettel
	RefStateSelf                     // Reference to same zettel with a fragment
	RefStateFound                    // Reference to an existing internal zettel, URL is ajusted
	RefStateBroken                   // Reference to a non-existing internal zettel
	RefStateHosted                   // Reference to local hosted non-Zettel, without URL change
	RefStateBased                    // Reference to local non-Zettel, to be prefixed
	RefStateQuery                    // Reference to a zettel query
	RefStateExternal                 // Reference to external material
)

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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package ast

import "zettelstore.de/c/zjson"

// Definition of Block nodes.

// BlockSlice is a slice of BlockNodes.
type BlockSlice []BlockNode

func (*BlockSlice) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }












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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package ast

import "zettelstore.de/c/attrs"

// Definition of Block nodes.

// BlockSlice is a slice of BlockNodes.
type BlockSlice []BlockNode

func (*BlockSlice) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
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	Inlines InlineSlice
}

func (*ParaNode) blockNode()       { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*ParaNode) itemNode()        { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*ParaNode) descriptionNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// NewParaNode creates an empty ParaNode.
func NewParaNode() *ParaNode { return &ParaNode{} }

// CreateParaNode creates a parameter block from inline nodes.
func CreateParaNode(nodes ...InlineNode) *ParaNode {
	return &ParaNode{Inlines: nodes}
}

// WalkChildren walks down the inline elements.
func (pn *ParaNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &pn.Inlines)
}

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// VerbatimNode contains uninterpreted text
type VerbatimNode struct {
	Kind    VerbatimKind
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes
	Content []byte
}

// VerbatimKind specifies the format that is applied to code inline nodes.
type VerbatimKind uint8

// Constants for VerbatimCode
const (
	_               VerbatimKind = iota
	VerbatimZettel               // Zettel content
	VerbatimProg                 // Program code

	VerbatimComment              // Block comment
	VerbatimHTML                 // Block HTML, e.g. for Markdown

)

func (*VerbatimNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*VerbatimNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*VerbatimNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }






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// RegionNode encapsulates a region of block nodes.
type RegionNode struct {
	Kind    RegionKind
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes
	Blocks  BlockSlice
	Inlines InlineSlice // Optional text at the end of the region
}

// RegionKind specifies the actual region type.
type RegionKind uint8

// Values for RegionCode
const (
	_           RegionKind = iota
	RegionSpan             // Just a span of blocks
	RegionQuote            // A longer quotation
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	Inlines InlineSlice
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func (*ParaNode) blockNode()       { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*ParaNode) itemNode()        { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*ParaNode) descriptionNode() { /* Just a marker */ }




// CreateParaNode creates a parameter block from inline nodes.
func CreateParaNode(nodes ...InlineNode) *ParaNode { return &ParaNode{Inlines: nodes} }



// WalkChildren walks down the inline elements.
func (pn *ParaNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &pn.Inlines) }



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// VerbatimNode contains uninterpreted text
type VerbatimNode struct {
	Kind    VerbatimKind
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes
	Content []byte
}

// VerbatimKind specifies the format that is applied to code inline nodes.
type VerbatimKind int

// Constants for VerbatimCode
const (
	_               VerbatimKind = iota
	VerbatimZettel               // Zettel content
	VerbatimProg                 // Program code
	VerbatimEval                 // Code to be externally interpreted. Syntax is stored in default attribute.
	VerbatimComment              // Block comment
	VerbatimHTML                 // Block HTML, e.g. for Markdown
	VerbatimMath                 // Block math mode
)

func (*VerbatimNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*VerbatimNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*VerbatimNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

// Supported syntax values for VerbatimEval.
const (
	VerbatimEvalSyntaxDraw = "draw"
)

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// RegionNode encapsulates a region of block nodes.
type RegionNode struct {
	Kind    RegionKind
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes
	Blocks  BlockSlice
	Inlines InlineSlice // Optional text at the end of the region
}

// RegionKind specifies the actual region type.
type RegionKind int

// Values for RegionCode
const (
	_           RegionKind = iota
	RegionSpan             // Just a span of blocks
	RegionQuote            // A longer quotation
	RegionVerse            // Line breaks matter
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// HeadingNode stores the heading text and level.
type HeadingNode struct {
	Level    int
	Inlines  InlineSlice // Heading text, possibly formatted
	Slug     string      // Heading text, normalized
	Fragment string      // Heading text, suitable to be used as an unique URL fragment
	Attrs    zjson.Attributes
}

func (*HeadingNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*HeadingNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks the heading text.
func (hn *HeadingNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &hn.Inlines)
}

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// HRuleNode specifies a horizontal rule.
type HRuleNode struct {
	Attrs zjson.Attributes
}

func (*HRuleNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*HRuleNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*HRuleNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// NestedListNode specifies a nestable list, either ordered or unordered.
type NestedListNode struct {
	Kind  NestedListKind
	Items []ItemSlice
	Attrs zjson.Attributes
}

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type NestedListKind uint8

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// HeadingNode stores the heading text and level.
type HeadingNode struct {
	Level    int
	Attrs    attrs.Attributes
	Slug     string      // Heading text, normalized
	Fragment string      // Heading text, suitable to be used as an unique URL fragment
	Inlines  InlineSlice // Heading text, possibly formatted
}

func (*HeadingNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*HeadingNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks the heading text.
func (hn *HeadingNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &hn.Inlines) }



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// HRuleNode specifies a horizontal rule.
type HRuleNode struct {
	Attrs attrs.Attributes
}

func (*HRuleNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*HRuleNode) itemNode()  { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*HRuleNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// NestedListNode specifies a nestable list, either ordered or unordered.
type NestedListNode struct {
	Kind  NestedListKind
	Items []ItemSlice
	Attrs attrs.Attributes
}

// NestedListKind specifies the actual list type.
type NestedListKind uint8

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// TranscludeNode specifies block content from other zettel to embedded in
// current zettel
type TranscludeNode struct {

	Ref *Reference
}

func (*TranscludeNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*TranscludeNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }








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}

//--------------------------------------------------------------------------

// TranscludeNode specifies block content from other zettel to embedded in
// current zettel
type TranscludeNode struct {
	Attrs attrs.Attributes
	Ref   *Reference
}

func (*TranscludeNode) blockNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*TranscludeNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package ast

import (
	"unicode/utf8"

	"zettelstore.de/c/zjson"
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// InlineSlice is a list of BlockNodes.
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package ast

import (
	"unicode/utf8"

	"zettelstore.de/c/attrs"
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// Definitions of inline nodes.

// InlineSlice is a list of BlockNodes.
type InlineSlice []InlineNode

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func (*TextNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*TextNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------

// TagNode contains a tag.
type TagNode struct {
	Tag string // The text itself.
}

func (*TagNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*TagNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// SpaceNode tracks inter-word space characters.
type SpaceNode struct {
	Lexeme string
}

func (*SpaceNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }








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// SpaceNode tracks inter-word space characters.
type SpaceNode struct {
	Lexeme string
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// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*BreakNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// LinkNode contains the specified link.
type LinkNode struct {

	Ref     *Reference
	Inlines InlineSlice      // The text associated with the link.
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes
}

func (*LinkNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the link text.
func (ln *LinkNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	if len(ln.Inlines) > 0 {
		Walk(v, &ln.Inlines)
	}
}

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// EmbedRefNode contains the specified embedded reference material.
type EmbedRefNode struct {

	Ref     *Reference       // The reference to be embedded.
	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the image.
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Syntax  string           // Syntax of referenced material, if known

}

func (*EmbedRefNode) inlineNode()      { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*EmbedRefNode) inlineEmbedNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the text that describes the embedded material.
func (en *EmbedRefNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &en.Inlines)
}

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// EmbedBLOBNode contains the specified embedded BLOB material.
type EmbedBLOBNode struct {
	Blob    []byte           // BLOB data itself.
	Syntax  string           // Syntax of Blob

	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the image.
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes
}

func (*EmbedBLOBNode) inlineNode()      { /* Just a marker */ }
func (*EmbedBLOBNode) inlineEmbedNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the text that describes the embedded material.
func (en *EmbedBLOBNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &en.Inlines)
}

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// CiteNode contains the specified citation.
type CiteNode struct {

	Key     string           // The citation key
	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the citation.
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes
}

func (*CiteNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the cite text.
func (cn *CiteNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &cn.Inlines)
}

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// It is a BlockNode too, because although it is typically parsed during inline
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func (*BreakNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// LinkNode contains the specified link.
type LinkNode struct {
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Ref     *Reference
	Inlines InlineSlice // The text associated with the link.

}

func (*LinkNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the link text.
func (ln *LinkNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	if len(ln.Inlines) > 0 {
		Walk(v, &ln.Inlines)
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}

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// EmbedRefNode contains the specified embedded reference material.
type EmbedRefNode struct {
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Ref     *Reference       // The reference to be embedded.


	Syntax  string           // Syntax of referenced material, if known
	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the image.
}

func (*EmbedRefNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }


// WalkChildren walks to the text that describes the embedded material.
func (en *EmbedRefNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &en.Inlines) }



// --------------------------------------------------------------------------

// EmbedBLOBNode contains the specified embedded BLOB material.
type EmbedBLOBNode struct {
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Syntax  string           // Syntax of Blob
	Blob    []byte           // BLOB data itself.
	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the image.

}

func (*EmbedBLOBNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }


// WalkChildren walks to the text that describes the embedded material.
func (en *EmbedBLOBNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &en.Inlines) }



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// CiteNode contains the specified citation.
type CiteNode struct {
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Key     string           // The citation key
	Inlines InlineSlice      // Optional text associated with the citation.

}

func (*CiteNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the cite text.
func (cn *CiteNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &cn.Inlines) }



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// MarkNode contains the specified merked position.
// It is a BlockNode too, because although it is typically parsed during inline
// mode, it is moved into block mode afterwards.
type MarkNode struct {
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// FootnoteNode contains the specified footnote.
type FootnoteNode struct {

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	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes
}

func (*FootnoteNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the footnote text.
func (fn *FootnoteNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &fn.Inlines)
}

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// FormatNode specifies some inline formatting.
type FormatNode struct {
	Kind    FormatKind
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes.
	Inlines InlineSlice
}

// FormatKind specifies the format that is applied to the inline nodes.
type FormatKind uint8

// Constants for FormatCode
const (
	_            FormatKind = iota
	FormatEmph              // Emphasized text.
	FormatStrong            // Strongly emphasized text.
	FormatInsert            // Inserted text.
	FormatDelete            // Deleted text.
	FormatSuper             // Superscripted text.
	FormatSub               // SubscriptedText.
	FormatQuote             // Quoted text.
	FormatSpan              // Generic inline container.
)

func (*FormatNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the formatted text.
func (fn *FormatNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) {
	Walk(v, &fn.Inlines)
}

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// LiteralNode specifies some uninterpreted text.
type LiteralNode struct {
	Kind    LiteralKind
	Attrs   zjson.Attributes // Optional attributes.
	Content []byte
}

// LiteralKind specifies the format that is applied to code inline nodes.
type LiteralKind uint8

// Constants for LiteralCode
const (
	_              LiteralKind = iota
	LiteralZettel              // Zettel content
	LiteralProg                // Inline program code
	LiteralInput               // Computer input, e.g. Keyboard strokes
	LiteralOutput              // Computer output
	LiteralComment             // Inline comment
	LiteralHTML                // Inline HTML, e.g. for Markdown

)

func (*LiteralNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*LiteralNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }







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// FootnoteNode contains the specified footnote.
type FootnoteNode struct {
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes
	Inlines InlineSlice      // The footnote text.

}

func (*FootnoteNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the footnote text.
func (fn *FootnoteNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &fn.Inlines) }



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// FormatNode specifies some inline formatting.
type FormatNode struct {
	Kind    FormatKind
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes.
	Inlines InlineSlice
}

// FormatKind specifies the format that is applied to the inline nodes.
type FormatKind int

// Constants for FormatCode
const (
	_            FormatKind = iota
	FormatEmph              // Emphasized text.
	FormatStrong            // Strongly emphasized text.
	FormatInsert            // Inserted text.
	FormatDelete            // Deleted text.
	FormatSuper             // Superscripted text.
	FormatSub               // SubscriptedText.
	FormatQuote             // Quoted text.
	FormatSpan              // Generic inline container.
)

func (*FormatNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren walks to the formatted text.
func (fn *FormatNode) WalkChildren(v Visitor) { Walk(v, &fn.Inlines) }



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// LiteralNode specifies some uninterpreted text.
type LiteralNode struct {
	Kind    LiteralKind
	Attrs   attrs.Attributes // Optional attributes.
	Content []byte
}

// LiteralKind specifies the format that is applied to code inline nodes.
type LiteralKind int

// Constants for LiteralCode
const (
	_              LiteralKind = iota
	LiteralZettel              // Zettel content
	LiteralProg                // Inline program code
	LiteralInput               // Computer input, e.g. Keyboard strokes
	LiteralOutput              // Computer output
	LiteralComment             // Inline comment
	LiteralHTML                // Inline HTML, e.g. for Markdown
	LiteralMath                // Inline math mode
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func (*LiteralNode) inlineNode() { /* Just a marker */ }

// WalkChildren does nothing.
func (*LiteralNode) WalkChildren(Visitor) { /* No children*/ }

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package ast

import (
	"net/url"


	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
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// ParseReference parses a string and returns a reference.
func ParseReference(s string) *Reference {
	switch s {
	case "", "00000000000000":
		return &Reference{URL: nil, Value: s, State: RefStateInvalid}
	}



	if state, ok := localState(s); ok {
		if state == RefStateBased {
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package ast

import (
	"net/url"
	"strings"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
)

// QueryPrefix is the prefix that denotes a query expression.
const QueryPrefix = "query:"

// ParseReference parses a string and returns a reference.
func ParseReference(s string) *Reference {

	if s == "" || s == "00000000000000" {
		return &Reference{URL: nil, Value: s, State: RefStateInvalid}
	}
	if strings.HasPrefix(s, QueryPrefix) {
		return &Reference{URL: nil, Value: s[len(QueryPrefix):], State: RefStateQuery}
	}
	if state, ok := localState(s); ok {
		if state == RefStateBased {
			s = s[1:]
		}
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func (r Reference) String() string {
	if r.URL != nil {
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func (r Reference) String() string {
	if r.URL != nil {
		return r.URL.String()
	}
	if r.State == RefStateQuery {
		return QueryPrefix + r.Value
	}
	return r.Value
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// IsValid returns true if reference is valid
func (r *Reference) IsValid() bool { return r.State != RefStateInvalid }

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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package ast_test

import (
	"testing"

	"zettelstore.de/c/zjson"
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
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func BenchmarkWalk(b *testing.B) {
	root := ast.BlockSlice{
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	"zettelstore.de/c/attrs"
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
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	root := ast.BlockSlice{
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		ast.CreateParaNode(
			&ast.FormatNode{
				Kind: ast.FormatEmph,
				Attrs: zjson.Attributes(map[string]string{
					"":      "class",
					"color": "green",
				}),
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			&ast.FormatNode{
				Kind: ast.FormatEmph,
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					"":      "class",
					"color": "green",
				}),
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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package auth provides services for authentification / authorization.
package auth

import (
	"time"

	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
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type BaseManager interface {
	// IsReadonly returns true, if the systems is configured to run in read-only-mode.
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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package auth provides services for authentification / authorization.
package auth

import (
	"time"

	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"

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type BaseManager interface {
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type Manager interface {
	TokenManager
	AuthzManager

	BoxWithPolicy(auth server.Auth, unprotectedBox box.Box, rtConfig config.Config) (box.Box, Policy)
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type Manager interface {
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	AuthzManager

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type Policy interface {
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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
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func (a *myAuth) BoxWithPolicy(unprotectedBox box.Box, rtConfig config.Config) (box.Box, auth.Policy) {
	return policy.BoxWithPolicy(a, unprotectedBox, rtConfig)
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package policy

import (
	"context"

	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
)

// BoxWithPolicy wraps the given box inside a policy box.
func BoxWithPolicy(
	auth server.Auth,
	manager auth.AuthzManager,
	box box.Box,
	authConfig config.AuthConfig,
) (box.Box, auth.Policy) {
	pol := newPolicy(manager, authConfig)
	return newBox(auth, box, pol), pol
}

// polBox implements a policy box.
type polBox struct {
	auth   server.Auth
	box    box.Box
	policy auth.Policy
}

// newBox creates a new policy box.
func newBox(auth server.Auth, box box.Box, policy auth.Policy) box.Box {
	return &polBox{
		auth:   auth,
		box:    box,
		policy: policy,
	}
}

func (pp *polBox) Location() string {
	return pp.box.Location()
}

func (pp *polBox) CanCreateZettel(ctx context.Context) bool {
	return pp.box.CanCreateZettel(ctx)
}

func (pp *polBox) CreateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) (id.Zid, error) {
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanCreate(user, zettel.Meta) {
		return pp.box.CreateZettel(ctx, zettel)
	}
	return id.Invalid, box.NewErrNotAllowed("Create", user, id.Invalid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	zettel, err := pp.box.GetZettel(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return domain.Zettel{}, err
	}
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRead(user, zettel.Meta) {
		return zettel, nil
	}
	return domain.Zettel{}, box.NewErrNotAllowed("GetZettel", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetAllZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]domain.Zettel, error) {
	return pp.box.GetAllZettel(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	m, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRead(user, m) {
		return m, nil
	}
	return nil, box.NewErrNotAllowed("GetMeta", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetAllMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	return pp.box.GetAllMeta(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) FetchZids(ctx context.Context) (id.Set, error) {
	return nil, box.NewErrNotAllowed("fetch-zids", pp.auth.GetUser(ctx), id.Invalid)
}

func (pp *polBox) SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, s *search.Search) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	canRead := pp.policy.CanRead
	s = s.AddPreMatch(func(m *meta.Meta) bool { return canRead(user, m) })
	return pp.box.SelectMeta(ctx, s)
}

func (pp *polBox) CanUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) bool {
	return pp.box.CanUpdateZettel(ctx, zettel)
}

func (pp *polBox) UpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) error {
	zid := zettel.Meta.Zid
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if !zid.IsValid() {
		return &box.ErrInvalidID{Zid: zid}
	}
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package policy

import (
	"context"

	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
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// BoxWithPolicy wraps the given box inside a policy box.
func BoxWithPolicy(

	manager auth.AuthzManager,
	box box.Box,
	authConfig config.AuthConfig,
) (box.Box, auth.Policy) {
	pol := newPolicy(manager, authConfig)
	return newBox(box, pol), pol
}

// polBox implements a policy box.
type polBox struct {

	box    box.Box
	policy auth.Policy
}

// newBox creates a new policy box.
func newBox(box box.Box, policy auth.Policy) box.Box {
	return &polBox{

		box:    box,
		policy: policy,
	}
}

func (pp *polBox) Location() string {
	return pp.box.Location()
}

func (pp *polBox) CanCreateZettel(ctx context.Context) bool {
	return pp.box.CanCreateZettel(ctx)
}

func (pp *polBox) CreateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) (id.Zid, error) {
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanCreate(user, zettel.Meta) {
		return pp.box.CreateZettel(ctx, zettel)
	}
	return id.Invalid, box.NewErrNotAllowed("Create", user, id.Invalid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	zettel, err := pp.box.GetZettel(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return domain.Zettel{}, err
	}
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRead(user, zettel.Meta) {
		return zettel, nil
	}
	return domain.Zettel{}, box.NewErrNotAllowed("GetZettel", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetAllZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]domain.Zettel, error) {
	return pp.box.GetAllZettel(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	m, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRead(user, m) {
		return m, nil
	}
	return nil, box.NewErrNotAllowed("GetMeta", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) GetAllMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	return pp.box.GetAllMeta(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) FetchZids(ctx context.Context) (id.Set, error) {
	return nil, box.NewErrNotAllowed("fetch-zids", server.GetUser(ctx), id.Invalid)
}

func (pp *polBox) SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, q *query.Query) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	canRead := pp.policy.CanRead
	q = q.SetPreMatch(func(m *meta.Meta) bool { return canRead(user, m) })
	return pp.box.SelectMeta(ctx, q)
}

func (pp *polBox) CanUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) bool {
	return pp.box.CanUpdateZettel(ctx, zettel)
}

func (pp *polBox) UpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) error {
	zid := zettel.Meta.Zid
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if !zid.IsValid() {
		return &box.ErrInvalidID{Zid: zid}
	}
	// Write existing zettel
	oldMeta, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return err
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func (pp *polBox) RenameZettel(ctx context.Context, curZid, newZid id.Zid) error {
	meta, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, curZid)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRename(user, meta) {
		return pp.box.RenameZettel(ctx, curZid, newZid)
	}
	return box.NewErrNotAllowed("Rename", user, curZid)
}

func (pp *polBox) CanDeleteZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) bool {
	return pp.box.CanDeleteZettel(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) DeleteZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) error {
	meta, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanDelete(user, meta) {
		return pp.box.DeleteZettel(ctx, zid)
	}
	return box.NewErrNotAllowed("Delete", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) Refresh(ctx context.Context) error {
	user := pp.auth.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRefresh(user) {
		return pp.box.Refresh(ctx)
	}
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func (pp *polBox) RenameZettel(ctx context.Context, curZid, newZid id.Zid) error {
	meta, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, curZid)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRename(user, meta) {
		return pp.box.RenameZettel(ctx, curZid, newZid)
	}
	return box.NewErrNotAllowed("Rename", user, curZid)
}

func (pp *polBox) CanDeleteZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) bool {
	return pp.box.CanDeleteZettel(ctx, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) DeleteZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) error {
	meta, err := pp.box.GetMeta(ctx, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanDelete(user, meta) {
		return pp.box.DeleteZettel(ctx, zid)
	}
	return box.NewErrNotAllowed("Delete", user, zid)
}

func (pp *polBox) Refresh(ctx context.Context) error {
	user := server.GetUser(ctx)
	if pp.policy.CanRefresh(user) {
		return pp.box.Refresh(ctx)
	}
	return box.NewErrNotAllowed("Refresh", user, id.Invalid)
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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// BaseBox is implemented by all Zettel boxes.
type BaseBox interface {
	// Location returns some information where the box is located.
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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// BaseBox is implemented by all Zettel boxes.
type BaseBox interface {
	// Location returns some information where the box is located.
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// ManagedBox is the interface of managed boxes.
type ManagedBox interface {
	BaseBox

	// Apply identifier of every zettel to the given function, if predicate returns true.
	ApplyZid(context.Context, ZidFunc, search.RetrievePredicate) error

	// Apply metadata of every zettel to the given function, if predicate returns true.
	ApplyMeta(context.Context, MetaFunc, search.RetrievePredicate) error

	// ReadStats populates st with box statistics
	ReadStats(st *ManagedBoxStats)
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// ManagedBox is the interface of managed boxes.
type ManagedBox interface {
	BaseBox

	// Apply identifier of every zettel to the given function, if predicate returns true.
	ApplyZid(context.Context, ZidFunc, query.RetrievePredicate) error

	// Apply metadata of every zettel to the given function, if predicate returns true.
	ApplyMeta(context.Context, MetaFunc, query.RetrievePredicate) error

	// ReadStats populates st with box statistics
	ReadStats(st *ManagedBoxStats)
}

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type ManagedBoxStats struct {
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	// FetchZids returns the set of all zettel identifer managed by the box.
	FetchZids(ctx context.Context) (id.Set, error)

	// SelectMeta returns a list of metadata that comply to the given selection criteria.
	SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, s *search.Search) ([]*meta.Meta, error)

	// GetAllZettel retrieves a specific zettel from all managed boxes.
	GetAllZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]domain.Zettel, error)

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	// FetchZids returns the set of all zettel identifer managed by the box.
	FetchZids(ctx context.Context) (id.Set, error)

	// SelectMeta returns a list of metadata that comply to the given selection criteria.
	SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, q *query.Query) ([]*meta.Meta, error)

	// GetAllZettel retrieves a specific zettel from all managed boxes.
	GetAllZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]domain.Zettel, error)

	// GetAllMeta retrieves the meta data of a specific zettel from all managed boxes.
	GetAllMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) ([]*meta.Meta, error)

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type UpdateReason uint8

// Values for Reason
const (
	_        UpdateReason = iota
	OnReload              // Box was reloaded
	OnUpdate              // A zettel was created or changed
	OnDelete              // A zettel was removed
)

// UpdateInfo contains all the data about a changed zettel.
type UpdateInfo struct {
	Box    Box
	Reason UpdateReason
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type UpdateReason uint8

// Values for Reason
const (
	_        UpdateReason = iota
	OnReload              // Box was reloaded

	OnZettel              // Something with a zettel happened
)

// UpdateInfo contains all the data about a changed zettel.
type UpdateInfo struct {
	Box    Box
	Reason UpdateReason
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func (err *ErrNotAllowed) Error() string {
	if err.User == nil {
		if err.Zid.IsValid() {
			return fmt.Sprintf(
				"operation %q on zettel %v not allowed for not authorized user",
				err.Op,
				err.Zid.String())
		}
		return fmt.Sprintf("operation %q not allowed for not authorized user", err.Op)
	}
	if err.Zid.IsValid() {
		return fmt.Sprintf(
			"operation %q on zettel %v not allowed for user %v/%v",
			err.Op,
			err.Zid.String(),
			err.User.GetDefault(api.KeyUserID, "?"),
			err.User.Zid.String())
	}
	return fmt.Sprintf(
		"operation %q not allowed for user %v/%v",
		err.Op,
		err.User.GetDefault(api.KeyUserID, "?"),
		err.User.Zid.String())
}

// Is return true, if the error is of type ErrNotAllowed.
func (*ErrNotAllowed) Is(error) bool { return true }

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func (err *ErrNotAllowed) Error() string {
	if err.User == nil {
		if err.Zid.IsValid() {
			return fmt.Sprintf(
				"operation %q on zettel %v not allowed for not authorized user",
				err.Op, err.Zid)

		}
		return fmt.Sprintf("operation %q not allowed for not authorized user", err.Op)
	}
	if err.Zid.IsValid() {
		return fmt.Sprintf(
			"operation %q on zettel %v not allowed for user %v/%v",


			err.Op, err.Zid, err.User.GetDefault(api.KeyUserID, "?"), err.User.Zid)

	}
	return fmt.Sprintf(
		"operation %q not allowed for user %v/%v",

		err.Op, err.User.GetDefault(api.KeyUserID, "?"), err.User.Zid)

}

// Is return true, if the error is of type ErrNotAllowed.
func (*ErrNotAllowed) Is(error) bool { return true }

// ErrStarted is returned when trying to start an already started box.
var ErrStarted = errors.New("box is already started")

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	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
)

func init() {
	manager.Register(
		" comp",
		func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
			return getCompBox(cdata.Number, cdata.Enricher), nil







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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
)

func init() {
	manager.Register(
		" comp",
		func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
			return getCompBox(cdata.Number, cdata.Enricher), nil
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		}
	}
	cb.log.Trace().Err(box.ErrNotFound).Msg("GetMeta/Err")
	return nil, box.ErrNotFound
}

func (cb *compBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(myZettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, gen := range myZettel {
		if !constraint(zid) {
			continue
		}
		if genMeta := gen.meta; genMeta != nil {
			if genMeta(zid) != nil {
				handle(zid)
			}
		}
	}
	return nil
}

func (cb *compBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(myZettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, gen := range myZettel {
		if !constraint(zid) {
			continue
		}
		if genMeta := gen.meta; genMeta != nil {
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		}
	}
	cb.log.Trace().Err(box.ErrNotFound).Msg("GetMeta/Err")
	return nil, box.ErrNotFound
}

func (cb *compBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(myZettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, gen := range myZettel {
		if !constraint(zid) {
			continue
		}
		if genMeta := gen.meta; genMeta != nil {
			if genMeta(zid) != nil {
				handle(zid)
			}
		}
	}
	return nil
}

func (cb *compBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(myZettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, gen := range myZettel {
		if !constraint(zid) {
			continue
		}
		if genMeta := gen.meta; genMeta != nil {
			if m := genMeta(zid); m != nil {

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	"bytes"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"

)

func genConfigZettelM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	if myConfig == nil {
		return nil
	}
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Startup Configuration")

	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityExpert)
	return m
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func genConfigZettelC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	var buf bytes.Buffer
	for i, p := range myConfig.Pairs() {







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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
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func genConfigZettelM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	if myConfig == nil {
		return nil
	}
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Startup Configuration")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreStarted).(string))
	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityExpert)
	return m
}

func genConfigZettelC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	var buf bytes.Buffer
	for i, p := range myConfig.Pairs() {

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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"

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func genKeysM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Supported Metadata Keys")

	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
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	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
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func genKeysM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Supported Metadata Keys")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVTime).(string))
	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
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func genKeysC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	keys := meta.GetSortedKeyDescriptions()
	var buf bytes.Buffer

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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Log")
	m.Set(api.KeySyntax, api.ValueSyntaxText)


	return m
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	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Log")
	m.Set(api.KeySyntax, api.ValueSyntaxText)
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreStarted).(string))
	m.Set(api.KeyModified, kernel.Main.GetLastLogTime().Local().Format(id.ZidLayout))
	return m
}

func genLogC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	const tsFormat = "2006-01-02 15:04:05.999999"
	entries := kernel.Main.RetrieveLogEntries()
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	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Box Manager")

	return m
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	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Box Manager")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreStarted).(string))
	return m
}

func genManagerC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	kvl := kernel.Main.GetServiceStatistics(kernel.BoxService)
	if len(kvl) == 0 {
		return nil

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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"

	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"
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func genParserM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Supported Parser")

	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
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	var buf bytes.Buffer
	buf.WriteString("|=Syntax<|=Alt. Value(s):|=Text Parser?:|=Image Format?:\n")







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	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"
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func genParserM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "Zettelstore Supported Parser")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVTime).(string))
	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
}

func genParserC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	var buf bytes.Buffer
	buf.WriteString("|=Syntax<|=Alt. Value(s):|=Text Parser?:|=Image Format?:\n")

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	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityExpert)
	return m
}

func genVersionBuildM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Version")

	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
}
func genVersionBuildC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	return []byte(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVersion).(string))
}

func genVersionHostM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	return getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Host")


}
func genVersionHostC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	return []byte(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreHostname).(string))
}

func genVersionOSM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	return getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Operating System")


}
func genVersionOSC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	goOS := kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreGoOS).(string)
	goArch := kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreGoArch).(string)
	result := make([]byte, 0, len(goOS)+len(goArch)+1)
	result = append(result, goOS...)
	result = append(result, '/')
	return append(result, goArch...)
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	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityExpert)
	return m
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func genVersionBuildM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Version")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVTime).(string))
	m.Set(api.KeyVisibility, api.ValueVisibilityLogin)
	return m
}
func genVersionBuildC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	return []byte(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVersion).(string))
}

func genVersionHostM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Host")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreStarted).(string))
	return m
}
func genVersionHostC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	return []byte(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreHostname).(string))
}

func genVersionOSM(zid id.Zid) *meta.Meta {
	m := getVersionMeta(zid, "Zettelstore Operating System")
	m.Set(api.KeyCreated, kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreStarted).(string))
	return m
}
func genVersionOSC(*meta.Meta) []byte {
	goOS := kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreGoOS).(string)
	goArch := kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreGoArch).(string)
	result := make([]byte, 0, len(goOS)+len(goArch)+1)
	result = append(result, goOS...)
	result = append(result, '/')
	return append(result, goArch...)
}

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  ol,ul { padding-left: 1.1rem }
  li,figure,figcaption,dl { margin: 0 }
  dt { margin: .5rem 0 0 0 }
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  dd { margin: .5rem 0 0 2rem }
  dd > p:first-child { margin: 0 0 0 0 }
  blockquote {
    border-left: 0.5rem solid lightgray;
    padding-left: 1rem;
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    margin-right: 2rem;
    font-style: italic;
  }
  blockquote p { margin-bottom: .5rem }
  blockquote cite { font-style: normal }
  table {
    border-collapse: collapse;
    border-spacing: 0;
    max-width: 100%;
  }


  th,td {
    text-align: left;
    padding: .25rem .5rem;

  }
  td { border-bottom: 1px solid hsl(0, 0%, 85%) }
  thead th { border-bottom: 2px solid hsl(0, 0%, 70%) }
  tfoot th { border-top: 2px solid hsl(0, 0%, 70%) }
  main form {
    padding: 0 .5em;
    margin: .5em 0 0 0;
  }
  main form:after {
    content: ".";
    display: block;
    height: 0;
    clear: both;
    visibility: hidden;
  }
  main form div { margin: .5em 0 0 0 }
  input { font-family: monospace }
  input[type="submit"],button,select { font: inherit }
  label { font-family: sans-serif; font-size:.9rem }
  label::after { content:":" }
  textarea {
    font-family: monospace;
    resize: vertical;
    width: 100%;
  }
  .zs-input {
    padding: .5em;
    display:block;
    border:none;
    border-bottom:1px solid #ccc;
    width:100%;
  }
  .zs-button {
    float:right;
    margin: .5em 0 .5em 1em;
  }

  a:not([class]) { text-decoration-skip-ink: auto }
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  img { max-width: 100% }
  img.right { float: right }
  ol.endnotes {
    padding-top: .5rem;
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  dd > p:first-child { margin: 0 0 0 0 }
  blockquote {
    border-left: 0.5rem solid lightgray;
    padding-left: 1rem;
    margin-left: 1rem;
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    font-style: italic;
  }
  blockquote p { margin-bottom: .5rem }
  blockquote cite { font-style: normal }
  table {
    border-collapse: collapse;
    border-spacing: 0;
    max-width: 100%;
  }
  thead>tr>td { border-bottom: 2px solid hsl(0, 0%, 70%); font-weight: bold }
  tfoot>tr>td { border-top: 2px solid hsl(0, 0%, 70%); font-weight: bold }
  td {
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  }



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  }
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    height: 0;
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  }
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  input[type="submit"],button,select { font: inherit }
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    width: 100%;
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    border: 1px solid black;
    border-radius: .25rem;
    padding: .1rem .2rem;
    font-size: 95%;
  }
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    padding: .5rem 1rem;
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    padding: .5rem 1rem;
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<meta name="generator" content="Zettelstore">
<meta name="format-detection" content="telephone=no">
{{{MetaHeader}}}
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{{CSSBaseURL}}}">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{{CSSUserURL}}}">

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</head>
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<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<meta name="generator" content="Zettelstore">
<meta name="format-detection" content="telephone=no">
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<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{{CSSBaseURL}}}">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{{CSSUserURL}}}">
{{#CSSRoleURL}}<link rel="stylesheet" href="{{{CSSRoleURL}}}">{{/CSSRoleURL}}
<title>{{Title}}</title>
</head>
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<form action="{{{SearchURL}}}">
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	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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func init() {
	manager.Register(
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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func init() {
	manager.Register(
		" const",
		func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
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		return meta.NewWithData(zid, z.header), nil
	}
	cb.log.Trace().Err(box.ErrNotFound).Msg("GetMeta")
	return nil, box.ErrNotFound
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	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(cb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for zid := range cb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			handle(zid)
		}
	}
	return nil
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	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(cb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, zettel := range cb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
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		return meta.NewWithData(zid, z.header), nil
	}
	cb.log.Trace().Err(box.ErrNotFound).Msg("GetMeta")
	return nil, box.ErrNotFound
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func (cb *constBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(cb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for zid := range cb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			handle(zid)
		}
	}
	return nil
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	cb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(cb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, zettel := range cb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			m := meta.NewWithData(zid, zettel.header)
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	id.ConfigurationZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Runtime Configuration",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxNone,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityOwner,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidLicense): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore License",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxText,

			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,

			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentLicense)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidAuthors): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Contributors",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,

			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityLogin,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentContributors)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidDependencies): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Dependencies",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityLogin,


		},
		domain.NewContent(contentDependencies)},
	id.BaseTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Base HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentBaseMustache)},
	id.LoginTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Login Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentLoginMustache)},
	id.ZettelTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Zettel HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentZettelMustache)},
	id.InfoTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Info HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentInfoMustache)},
	id.ContextTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Context HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentContextMustache)},
	id.FormTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentFormMustache)},
	id.RenameTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Rename Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentRenameMustache)},
	id.DeleteTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Delete HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentDeleteMustache)},
	id.ListTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore List Zettel HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentListZettelMustache)},
	id.RolesTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore List Roles HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentListRolesMustache)},
	id.TagsTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore List Tags HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentListTagsMustache)},
	id.ErrorTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Error HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentErrorMustache)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidBaseCSS): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Base CSS",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     "css",

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentBaseCSS)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidUserCSS): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore User CSS",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     "css",

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent([]byte("/* User-defined CSS */"))},









	id.EmojiZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Generic Emoji",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxGif,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentEmoji)},
	id.TOCNewTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "New Menu",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityCreator,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentNewTOCZettel)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidTemplateNewZettel): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "New Zettel",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleZettel,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,

			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityCreator,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidTemplateNewUser): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:                       "New User",
			api.KeyRole:                        api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:                      api.ValueSyntaxNone,

			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyCredential: "",
			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyUserID:     "",
			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyUserRole:   api.ValueUserRoleReader,
			api.KeyVisibility:                  api.ValueVisibilityOwner,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.DefaultHomeZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:  "Home",
			api.KeyRole:   api.ValueRoleZettel,
			api.KeySyntax: api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:   api.ValueLangEN,

		},
		domain.NewContent(contentHomeZettel)},
}

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var constZettelMap = map[id.Zid]constZettel{
	id.ConfigurationZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Runtime Configuration",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxNone,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityOwner,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidLicense): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore License",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxText,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210504135842",
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyModified:   "20220131153422",
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentLicense)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidAuthors): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Contributors",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210504135842",
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityLogin,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentContributors)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidDependencies): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Dependencies",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityLogin,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210504135842",
			api.KeyModified:   "20220824161200",
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentDependencies)},
	id.BaseTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Base HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210504135842",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentBaseMustache)},
	id.LoginTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Login Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentLoginMustache)},
	id.ZettelTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Zettel HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentZettelMustache)},
	id.InfoTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Info HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentInfoMustache)},
	id.ContextTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Context HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210218181140",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentContextMustache)},
	id.FormTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentFormMustache)},
	id.RenameTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Rename Form HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentRenameMustache)},
	id.DeleteTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Delete HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentDeleteMustache)},
	id.ListTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore List Zettel HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentListZettelMustache)},
















	id.ErrorTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Error HTML Template",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     syntaxTemplate,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210305133215",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentErrorMustache)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidBaseCSS): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Base CSS",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     "css",
			api.KeyCreated:    "20200804111624",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentBaseCSS)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidUserCSS): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore User CSS",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     "css",
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210622110143",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent([]byte("/* User-defined CSS */"))},
	id.RoleCSSMapZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Role to CSS Map",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxNone,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20220321183214",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityExpert,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.EmojiZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "Zettelstore Generic Emoji",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxGif,
			api.KeyReadOnly:   api.ValueTrue,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210504175807",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityPublic,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentEmoji)},
	id.TOCNewTemplateZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "New Menu",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:       api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20210217161829",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityCreator,
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentNewTOCZettel)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidTemplateNewZettel): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:      "New Zettel",
			api.KeyRole:       api.ValueRoleZettel,
			api.KeySyntax:     api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyCreated:    "20201028185209",
			api.KeyVisibility: api.ValueVisibilityCreator,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.MustParse(api.ZidTemplateNewUser): {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:                       "New User",
			api.KeyRole:                        api.ValueRoleConfiguration,
			api.KeySyntax:                      api.ValueSyntaxNone,
			api.KeyCreated:                     "20201028185209",
			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyCredential: "",
			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyUserID:     "",
			meta.NewPrefix + api.KeyUserRole:   api.ValueUserRoleReader,
			api.KeyVisibility:                  api.ValueVisibilityOwner,
		},
		domain.NewContent(nil)},
	id.DefaultHomeZid: {
		constHeader{
			api.KeyTitle:   "Home",
			api.KeyRole:    api.ValueRoleZettel,
			api.KeySyntax:  api.ValueSyntaxZmk,
			api.KeyLang:    api.ValueLangEN,
			api.KeyCreated: "20210210190757",
		},
		domain.NewContent(contentHomeZettel)},
}

//go:embed license.txt
var contentLicense []byte

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//go:embed delete.mustache
var contentDeleteMustache []byte

//go:embed listzettel.mustache
var contentListZettelMustache []byte

//go:embed listroles.mustache
var contentListRolesMustache []byte

//go:embed listtags.mustache
var contentListTagsMustache []byte

//go:embed error.mustache
var contentErrorMustache []byte

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var contentDeleteMustache []byte

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var contentErrorMustache []byte

//go:embed base.css
var contentBaseCSS []byte

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THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
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=== hoisie/mustache / cbroglie/mustache
; URL & Source
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=== gopikchr
; URL & Source
: [[https://github.com/gopikchr/gopikchr]]
; License
: MIT License
; Remarks
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: Gopikchr was incorporated into the source code of Zettelstore, moving it into package ''zettelstore.de/z/parser/pikchr''.
  Later, the source code was changed to adapt it to the needs of Zettelstore.
  For details, read README.txt in the appropriate source code folder.
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MIT License

Copyright (c) 2022 gopikchr

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE.
```

=== hoisie/mustache / cbroglie/mustache
; URL & Source
: [[https://github.com/hoisie/mustache]] / [[https://github.com/cbroglie/mustache]]
; License
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; Remarks

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<label for="role">Role</label>
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<label for="tags">Tags</label>
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<label for="meta">Metadata</label>
<textarea class="zs-input" id="meta" name="meta" rows="4" placeholder="metakey: metavalue">
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<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="syntax" name="syntax" placeholder="syntax.." value="{{MetaSyntax}}">






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<label for="content">Content</label>
<textarea class="zs-input zs-content" id="meta" name="content" rows="20" placeholder="Your content..">{{Content}}</textarea>
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<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="zs-title" name="title" placeholder="Title.." value="{{MetaTitle}}" autofocus>
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<label for="zs-role">Role <a title="One word, without spaces, to set the main role of this zettel.">&#9432;</a></label>
<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="zs-role" {{#HasRoleData}}list="zs-role-data"{{/HasRoleData}} name="role" placeholder="role.." value="{{MetaRole}}">
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<datalist id="zs-role-data">
{{#RoleData}}
<option value="{{.}}">
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<label for="zs-tags">Tags <a title="Tags must begin with an '#' sign. They are separated by spaces.">&#9432;</a></label>
<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="zs-tags" name="tags" placeholder="#tag" value="{{MetaTags}}">
</div>
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<label for="zs-meta">Metadata <a title="Other metadata for this zettel. Each line contains a key/value pair, separated by a colon ':'.">&#9432;</a></label>
<textarea class="zs-input" id="zs-meta" name="meta" rows="4" placeholder="metakey: metavalue">
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{{Key}}: {{Value}}
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<label for="zs-syntax">Syntax <a title="Syntax of zettel content below, one word. Typically 'zmk' (for zettelmarkup).">&#9432;</a></label>
<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="zs-syntax" {{#HasSyntaxData}}list="zs-syntax-data"{{/HasSyntaxData}} name="syntax" placeholder="syntax.." value="{{MetaSyntax}}">
{{#HasSyntaxData}}
<datalist id="zs-syntax-data">
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<option value="{{.}}">
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<label for="zs-content">Content <a title="Content for this zettel, according to above syntax.">&#9432;</a></label>
<textarea class="zs-input zs-content" id="zs-content" name="content" rows="20" placeholder="Your content..">{{Content}}</textarea>
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<div>
<input class="zs-primary" type="submit" value="Submit">
<input class="zs-secondary" type="submit" value="Save" formaction="?save">
</div>
</form>
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<ul>
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<li><a href="{{{.}}}"{{{ExtNewWindow}}}>{{.}}</a></li>
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{{/HasExtLinks}}
<h3>Unlinked</h3>
<ul>
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<li><a href="{{{URL}}}">{{{Text}}}</a></li>
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<label for="phrase">Search Phrase</label>
<input class="zs-input" type="text" id="phrase" name="{{QueryKeyPhrase}}" placeholder="Phrase.." value="{{UnLinksPhrase}}">
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</div>
<input type="hidden" id="curzid" name="curzid" value="{{Zid}}">
<input class="zs-button" type="submit" value="Rename">
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<input type="hidden" id="curzid" name="curzid" value="{{Zid}}">
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</form>
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{{#CanCopy}}&#183; <a href="{{{CopyURL}}}">Copy</a>{{/CanCopy}}
{{#CanFolge}}&#183; <a href="{{{FolgeURL}}}">Folge</a>{{/CanFolge}}
{{#PrecursorRefs}}<br>Precursor: {{{PrecursorRefs}}}{{/PrecursorRefs}}
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	"context"
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	"os"
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	"sync"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/notify"
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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func init() {
	manager.Register("dir", func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
		var log *logger.Logger
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	manager.Register("dir", func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
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	dp.updateEntryFromMetaContent(&entry, meta, zettel.Content)

	err = dp.srvSetZettel(ctx, &entry, zettel)
	if err == nil {
		err = dp.dirSrv.UpdateDirEntry(&entry)
	}
	dp.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, meta.Zid)
	dp.log.Trace().Err(err).Zid(meta.Zid).Msg("CreateZettel")
	return meta.Zid, err
}

func (dp *dirBox) GetZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	entry := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntry(zid)
	if !entry.IsValid() {
		return domain.Zettel{}, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	m, c, err := dp.srvGetMetaContent(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return domain.Zettel{}, err
	}
	dp.cleanupMeta(m)
	zettel := domain.Zettel{Meta: m, Content: domain.NewContent(c)}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("GetZettel")
	return zettel, nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) GetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	m, err := dp.doGetMeta(ctx, zid)
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("GetMeta")
	return m, err
}
func (dp *dirBox) doGetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	entry := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntry(zid)
	if !entry.IsValid() {
		return nil, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	m, err := dp.srvGetMeta(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	dp.cleanupMeta(m)
	return m, nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	dp.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for _, entry := range entries {
		handle(entry.Zid)
	}
	return nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	dp.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyMeta")

	// The following loop could be parallelized if needed for performance.
	for _, entry := range entries {
		m, err := dp.srvGetMeta(ctx, entry, entry.Zid)
		if err != nil {
			dp.log.Trace().Err(err).Msg("ApplyMeta/getMeta")
			return err
		}
		dp.cleanupMeta(m)
		dp.cdata.Enricher.Enrich(ctx, m, dp.number)
		handle(m)
	}
	return nil
}

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	dp.updateEntryFromMetaContent(&entry, meta, zettel.Content)

	err = dp.srvSetZettel(ctx, &entry, zettel)
	if err == nil {
		err = dp.dirSrv.UpdateDirEntry(&entry)
	}
	dp.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, meta.Zid)
	dp.log.Trace().Err(err).Zid(meta.Zid).Msg("CreateZettel")
	return meta.Zid, err
}

func (dp *dirBox) GetZettel(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	entry := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntry(zid)
	if !entry.IsValid() {
		return domain.Zettel{}, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	m, c, err := dp.srvGetMetaContent(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return domain.Zettel{}, err
	}

	zettel := domain.Zettel{Meta: m, Content: domain.NewContent(c)}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("GetZettel")
	return zettel, nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) GetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	m, err := dp.doGetMeta(ctx, zid)
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("GetMeta")
	return m, err
}
func (dp *dirBox) doGetMeta(ctx context.Context, zid id.Zid) (*meta.Meta, error) {
	entry := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntry(zid)
	if !entry.IsValid() {
		return nil, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	m, err := dp.srvGetMeta(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}

	return m, nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	dp.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for _, entry := range entries {
		handle(entry.Zid)
	}
	return nil
}

func (dp *dirBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := dp.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	dp.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyMeta")

	// The following loop could be parallelized if needed for performance.
	for _, entry := range entries {
		m, err := dp.srvGetMeta(ctx, entry, entry.Zid)
		if err != nil {
			dp.log.Trace().Err(err).Msg("ApplyMeta/getMeta")
			return err
		}

		dp.cdata.Enricher.Enrich(ctx, m, dp.number)
		handle(m)
	}
	return nil
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	}
	dp.updateEntryFromMetaContent(entry, meta, zettel.Content)
	dp.dirSrv.UpdateDirEntry(entry)
	err := dp.srvSetZettel(ctx, entry, zettel)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, zid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("UpdateZettel")
	return err
}

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	}
	dp.updateEntryFromMetaContent(entry, meta, zettel.Content)
	dp.dirSrv.UpdateDirEntry(entry)
	err := dp.srvSetZettel(ctx, entry, zettel)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, zid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("UpdateZettel")
	return err
}

func (dp *dirBox) updateEntryFromMetaContent(entry *notify.DirEntry, m *meta.Meta, content domain.Content) {
	entry.SetupFromMetaContent(m, content, dp.cdata.Config.GetZettelFileSyntax)
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		// "Rollback" rename. No error checking...
		dp.dirSrv.RenameDirEntry(&newEntry, curZid)
		return err
	}
	err = dp.srvDeleteZettel(ctx, curEntry, curZid)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnDelete, curZid)
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, newZid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(curZid).Zid(newZid).Err(err).Msg("RenameZettel")
	return err
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		// "Rollback" rename. No error checking...
		dp.dirSrv.RenameDirEntry(&newEntry, curZid)
		return err
	}
	err = dp.srvDeleteZettel(ctx, curEntry, curZid)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, curZid)
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, newZid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(curZid).Zid(newZid).Err(err).Msg("RenameZettel")
	return err
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	err := dp.dirSrv.DeleteDirEntry(zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil
	}
	err = dp.srvDeleteZettel(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnDelete, zid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("DeleteZettel")
	return err
}

func (dp *dirBox) ReadStats(st *box.ManagedBoxStats) {
	st.ReadOnly = dp.readonly
	st.Zettel = dp.dirSrv.NumDirEntries()
	dp.log.Trace().Int("zettel", int64(st.Zettel)).Msg("ReadStats")
}

func (dp *dirBox) cleanupMeta(m *meta.Meta) {
	if role, ok := m.Get(api.KeyRole); !ok || role == "" {
		m.Set(api.KeyRole, dp.cdata.Config.GetDefaultRole())
	}
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	err := dp.dirSrv.DeleteDirEntry(zid)
	if err != nil {
		return nil
	}
	err = dp.srvDeleteZettel(ctx, entry, zid)
	if err == nil {
		dp.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, zid)
	}
	dp.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Err(err).Msg("DeleteZettel")
	return err
}

func (dp *dirBox) ReadStats(st *box.ManagedBoxStats) {
	st.ReadOnly = dp.readonly
	st.Zettel = dp.dirSrv.NumDirEntries()
	dp.log.Trace().Int("zettel", int64(st.Zettel)).Msg("ReadStats")
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package dirbox

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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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	}
	return ext
}

// CalcDefaultMeta returns metadata with default values for the given entry.
func CalcDefaultMeta(zid id.Zid, ext string) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, zid.String())
	m.Set(api.KeySyntax, calculateSyntax(ext))
	return m
}

// CleanupMeta enhances the given metadata.
func CleanupMeta(m *meta.Meta, zid id.Zid, ext string, inMeta bool, uselessFiles []string) {
	if title, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); !ok || title == "" {
		m.Set(api.KeyTitle, zid.String())
	}

	if inMeta {
		if syntax, ok := m.Get(api.KeySyntax); !ok || syntax == "" {
			dm := CalcDefaultMeta(zid, ext)
			syntax, ok = dm.Get(api.KeySyntax)
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	return ext
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// CalcDefaultMeta returns metadata with default values for the given entry.
func CalcDefaultMeta(zid id.Zid, ext string) *meta.Meta {
	m := meta.New(zid)

	m.Set(api.KeySyntax, calculateSyntax(ext))
	return m
}

// CleanupMeta enhances the given metadata.
func CleanupMeta(m *meta.Meta, zid id.Zid, ext string, inMeta bool, uselessFiles []string) {




	if inMeta {
		if syntax, ok := m.Get(api.KeySyntax); !ok || syntax == "" {
			dm := CalcDefaultMeta(zid, ext)
			syntax, ok = dm.Get(api.KeySyntax)
			if !ok {
				panic("Default meta must contain syntax")
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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/notify"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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	log      *logger.Logger
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	defer reader.Close()
	m, err := zb.readZipMeta(reader, zid, entry)
	zb.log.Trace().Err(err).Zid(zid).Msg("GetMeta")
	return m, err
}

func (zb *zipBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := zb.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	zb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for _, entry := range entries {
		handle(entry.Zid)
	}
	return nil
}

func (zb *zipBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	reader, err := zip.OpenReader(zb.name)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
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	defer reader.Close()
	m, err := zb.readZipMeta(reader, zid, entry)
	zb.log.Trace().Err(err).Zid(zid).Msg("GetMeta")
	return m, err
}

func (zb *zipBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	entries := zb.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	zb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for _, entry := range entries {
		handle(entry.Zid)
	}
	return nil
}

func (zb *zipBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	reader, err := zip.OpenReader(zb.name)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	defer reader.Close()
	entries := zb.dirSrv.GetDirEntries(constraint)
	zb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(entries))).Msg("ApplyMeta")

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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"sync"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
)

type arAction int

const (
	arNothing arAction = iota
	arReload
	arUpdate
	arDelete
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type anteroom struct {
	num     uint64
	next    *anteroom
	waiting map[id.Zid]arAction
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// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"sync"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
)

type arAction int

const (
	arNothing arAction = iota
	arReload
	arZettel

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type anteroom struct {
	num     uint64
	next    *anteroom
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func newAnterooms(maxLoad int) *anterooms {
	return &anterooms{maxLoad: maxLoad}
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func (ar *anterooms) Enqueue(zid id.Zid, action arAction) {
	if !zid.IsValid() || action == arNothing || action == arReload {
		return
	}
	ar.mx.Lock()
	defer ar.mx.Unlock()
	if ar.first == nil {
		ar.first = ar.makeAnteroom(zid, action)
		ar.last = ar.first
		return
	}
	for room := ar.first; room != nil; room = room.next {
		if room.reload {
			continue // Do not put zettel in reload room
		}
		a, ok := room.waiting[zid]
		if !ok {
			continue
		}
		switch action {
		case a:
			return
		case arUpdate:
			room.waiting[zid] = action
		case arDelete:
			room.waiting[zid] = action
		}
		return
	}
	if room := ar.last; !room.reload && (ar.maxLoad == 0 || room.curLoad < ar.maxLoad) {
		room.waiting[zid] = action
		room.curLoad++
		return
	}
	room := ar.makeAnteroom(zid, action)
	ar.last.next = room
	ar.last = room
}

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	return &anterooms{maxLoad: maxLoad}
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func (ar *anterooms) EnqueueZettel(zid id.Zid) {
	if !zid.IsValid() {
		return
	}
	ar.mx.Lock()
	defer ar.mx.Unlock()
	if ar.first == nil {
		ar.first = ar.makeAnteroom(zid, arZettel)
		ar.last = ar.first
		return
	}
	for room := ar.first; room != nil; room = room.next {
		if room.reload {
			continue // Do not put zettel in reload room
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	}
	if room := ar.last; !room.reload && (ar.maxLoad == 0 || room.curLoad < ar.maxLoad) {
		room.waiting[zid] = arZettel
		room.curLoad++
		return
	}
	room := ar.makeAnteroom(zid, arZettel)
	ar.last.next = room
	ar.last = room
}

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func (ar *anterooms) Reload(newZids id.Set) uint64 {
	ar.mx.Lock()
	defer ar.mx.Unlock()
	newWaiting := createWaitingSet(newZids, arUpdate)
	ar.deleteReloadedRooms()

	if ns := len(newWaiting); ns > 0 {
		ar.nextNum++
		ar.first = &anteroom{num: ar.nextNum, next: ar.first, waiting: newWaiting, curLoad: ns}
		if ar.first.next == nil {
			ar.last = ar.first
		}
		return ar.nextNum
	}

	ar.first = nil
	ar.last = nil
	return 0
}

func createWaitingSet(zids id.Set, action arAction) map[id.Zid]arAction {
	waitingSet := make(map[id.Zid]arAction, len(zids))
	for zid := range zids {
		if zid.IsValid() {
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func (ar *anterooms) Reload(newZids id.Set) uint64 {
	ar.mx.Lock()
	defer ar.mx.Unlock()
	newWaiting := createWaitingSet(newZids)
	ar.deleteReloadedRooms()

	if ns := len(newWaiting); ns > 0 {
		ar.nextNum++
		ar.first = &anteroom{num: ar.nextNum, next: ar.first, waiting: newWaiting, curLoad: ns}
		if ar.first.next == nil {
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		}
		return ar.nextNum
	}

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	ar.last = nil
	return 0
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	waitingSet := make(map[id.Zid]arAction, len(zids))
	for zid := range zids {
		if zid.IsValid() {
			waitingSet[zid] = arZettel
		}
	}
	return waitingSet
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func (ar *anterooms) deleteReloadedRooms() {
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"testing"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
)

func TestSimple(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	ar := newAnterooms(2)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(1), arUpdate)
	action, zid, rno := ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(1) || action != arUpdate || rno != 1 {
		t.Errorf("Expected arUpdate/1/1, but got %v/%v/%v", action, zid, rno)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Invalid && action != arDelete {
		t.Errorf("Expected invalid Zid, but got %v", zid)
	}
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(1), arUpdate)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(2), arUpdate)
	if ar.first != ar.last {
		t.Errorf("Expected one room, but got more")
	}
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(3), arUpdate)
	if ar.first == ar.last {
		t.Errorf("Expected more than one room, but got only one")
	}

	count := 0
	for ; count < 1000; count++ {
		action, _, _ = ar.Dequeue()
		if action == arNothing {
			break
		}
	}
	if count != 3 {
		t.Errorf("Expected 3 dequeues, but got %v", count)
	}
}

func TestReset(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	ar := newAnterooms(1)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(1), arUpdate)
	ar.Reset()
	action, zid, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arReload || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected reload & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}
	ar.Reload(id.NewSet(3, 4))
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(5), arUpdate)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(5), arDelete)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(5), arDelete)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(5), arUpdate)
	if ar.first == ar.last || ar.first.next != ar.last /*|| ar.first.next.next != ar.last*/ {
		t.Errorf("Expected 2 rooms")
	}
	action, zid1, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arUpdate {
		t.Errorf("Expected arUpdate, but got %v", action)
	}
	action, zid2, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arUpdate {
		t.Errorf("Expected arUpdate, but got %v", action)
	}
	if !(zid1 == id.Zid(3) && zid2 == id.Zid(4) || zid1 == id.Zid(4) && zid2 == id.Zid(3)) {
		t.Errorf("Zids must be 3 or 4, but got %v/%v", zid1, zid2)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(5) || action != arUpdate {
		t.Errorf("Expected 5/arUpdate, but got %v/%v", zid, action)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}

	ar = newAnterooms(1)
	ar.Reload(id.NewSet(id.Zid(6)))
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(6) || action != arUpdate {
		t.Errorf("Expected 6/arUpdate, but got %v/%v", zid, action)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}

	ar = newAnterooms(1)
	ar.Enqueue(id.Zid(8), arUpdate)
	ar.Reload(nil)
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"testing"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
)

func TestSimple(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	ar := newAnterooms(2)
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(1))
	action, zid, rno := ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(1) || action != arZettel || rno != 1 {
		t.Errorf("Expected arZettel/1/1, but got %v/%v/%v", action, zid, rno)
	}
	_, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected invalid Zid, but got %v", zid)
	}
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(1))
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(2))
	if ar.first != ar.last {
		t.Errorf("Expected one room, but got more")
	}
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(3))
	if ar.first == ar.last {
		t.Errorf("Expected more than one room, but got only one")
	}

	count := 0
	for ; count < 1000; count++ {
		action, _, _ = ar.Dequeue()
		if action == arNothing {
			break
		}
	}
	if count != 3 {
		t.Errorf("Expected 3 dequeues, but got %v", count)
	}
}

func TestReset(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	ar := newAnterooms(1)
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(1))
	ar.Reset()
	action, zid, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arReload || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected reload & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}
	ar.Reload(id.NewSet(3, 4))
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(5))
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(5))


	if ar.first == ar.last || ar.first.next != ar.last /*|| ar.first.next.next != ar.last*/ {
		t.Errorf("Expected 2 rooms")
	}
	action, zid1, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arZettel {
		t.Errorf("Expected arZettel, but got %v", action)
	}
	action, zid2, _ := ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arZettel {
		t.Errorf("Expected arZettel, but got %v", action)
	}
	if !(zid1 == id.Zid(3) && zid2 == id.Zid(4) || zid1 == id.Zid(4) && zid2 == id.Zid(3)) {
		t.Errorf("Zids must be 3 or 4, but got %v/%v", zid1, zid2)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(5) || action != arZettel {
		t.Errorf("Expected 5/arZettel, but got %v/%v", zid, action)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}

	ar = newAnterooms(1)
	ar.Reload(id.NewSet(id.Zid(6)))
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if zid != id.Zid(6) || action != arZettel {
		t.Errorf("Expected 6/arZettel, but got %v/%v", zid, action)
	}
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}

	ar = newAnterooms(1)
	ar.EnqueueZettel(id.Zid(8))
	ar.Reload(nil)
	action, zid, _ = ar.Dequeue()
	if action != arNothing || zid != id.Invalid {
		t.Errorf("Expected nothing & invalid Zid, but got %v/%v", action, zid)
	}
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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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// Conatains all box.Box related functions

// Location returns some information where the box is located.
func (mgr *Manager) Location() string {
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type metaMap map[id.Zid]*meta.Meta

// SelectMeta returns all zettel meta data that match the selection
// criteria. The result is ordered by descending zettel id.
func (mgr *Manager) SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, s *search.Search) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	if msg := mgr.mgrLog.Debug(); msg.Enabled() {
		msg.Str("query", s.String()).Msg("SelectMeta")
	}
	mgr.mgrMx.RLock()
	defer mgr.mgrMx.RUnlock()
	if !mgr.started {
		return nil, box.ErrStopped
	}

	searchPred, match := s.RetrieveAndCompileMatch(mgr)
	selected, rejected := metaMap{}, id.Set{}


	handleMeta := func(m *meta.Meta) {
		zid := m.Zid
		if rejected.Contains(zid) {
			mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/alreadyRejected")
			return
		}
		if _, ok := selected[zid]; ok {
			mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/alreadySelected")
			return
		}
		if match(m) {
			selected[zid] = m
			mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/match")
		} else {
			rejected.Zid(zid)
			mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/reject")
		}
	}
	for _, p := range mgr.boxes {
		if err := p.ApplyMeta(ctx, handleMeta, searchPred); err != nil {
			return nil, err
		}
	}

	result := make([]*meta.Meta, 0, len(selected))
	for _, m := range selected {
		result = append(result, m)
	}
	return s.Sort(result), nil
}

// CanUpdateZettel returns true, if box could possibly update the given zettel.
func (mgr *Manager) CanUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) bool {
	mgr.mgrMx.RLock()
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type metaMap map[id.Zid]*meta.Meta

// SelectMeta returns all zettel meta data that match the selection
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func (mgr *Manager) SelectMeta(ctx context.Context, q *query.Query) ([]*meta.Meta, error) {
	if msg := mgr.mgrLog.Debug(); msg.Enabled() {
		msg.Str("query", q.String()).Msg("SelectMeta")
	}
	mgr.mgrMx.RLock()
	defer mgr.mgrMx.RUnlock()
	if !mgr.started {
		return nil, box.ErrStopped
	}

	compSearch := q.RetrieveAndCompile(mgr)
	selected := metaMap{}
	for _, term := range compSearch.Terms {
		rejected := id.Set{}
		handleMeta := func(m *meta.Meta) {
			zid := m.Zid
			if rejected.Contains(zid) {
				mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/alreadyRejected")
				return
			}
			if _, ok := selected[zid]; ok {
				mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/alreadySelected")
				return
			}
			if compSearch.PreMatch(m) && term.Match(m) {
				selected[zid] = m
				mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/match")
			} else {
				rejected.Zid(zid)
				mgr.mgrLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("SelectMeta/reject")
			}
		}
		for _, p := range mgr.boxes {
			if err := p.ApplyMeta(ctx, handleMeta, term.Retrieve); err != nil {
				return nil, err
			}
		}
	}
	result := make([]*meta.Meta, 0, len(selected))
	for _, m := range selected {
		result = append(result, m)
	}
	return q.Sort(result), nil
}

// CanUpdateZettel returns true, if box could possibly update the given zettel.
func (mgr *Manager) CanUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) bool {
	mgr.mgrMx.RLock()
	defer mgr.mgrMx.RUnlock()
	return mgr.started && mgr.boxes[0].CanUpdateZettel(ctx, zettel)

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type collectData struct {
	refs  id.Set
	words store.WordSet
	urls  store.WordSet
	itags store.WordSet
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func (data *collectData) initialize() {
	data.refs = id.NewSet()
	data.words = store.NewWordSet()
	data.urls = store.NewWordSet()
	data.itags = store.NewWordSet()
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func collectZettelIndexData(zn *ast.ZettelNode, data *collectData) {
	ast.Walk(data, &zn.Ast)
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func collectInlineIndexData(is *ast.InlineSlice, data *collectData) {
	ast.Walk(data, is)
}

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	switch n := node.(type) {
	case *ast.VerbatimNode:
		data.addText(string(n.Content))
	case *ast.TranscludeNode:
		data.addRef(n.Ref)
	case *ast.TextNode:
		data.addText(n.Text)
	case *ast.TagNode:
		data.addText(n.Tag)
		data.itags.Add("#" + strings.ToLower(n.Tag))
	case *ast.LinkNode:
		data.addRef(n.Ref)
	case *ast.EmbedRefNode:
		data.addRef(n.Ref)


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	}
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	data.urls = store.NewWordSet()

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func collectZettelIndexData(zn *ast.ZettelNode, data *collectData) {
	ast.Walk(data, &zn.Ast)
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	ast.Walk(data, is)
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	switch n := node.(type) {
	case *ast.VerbatimNode:
		data.addText(string(n.Content))
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		data.addRef(n.Ref)
	case *ast.CiteNode:
		data.addText(n.Key)
	case *ast.LiteralNode:
		data.addText(string(n.Content))
	}
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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"context"
	"strconv"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
)

// Enrich computes additional properties and updates the given metadata.
func (mgr *Manager) Enrich(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta, boxNumber int) {






	if box.DoNotEnrich(ctx) {
		// Enrich is called indirectly via indexer or enrichment is not requested
		// because of other reasons -> ignore this call, do not update meta data
		return
	}
	m.Set(api.KeyBoxNumber, strconv.Itoa(boxNumber))
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	if _, ok := m.Get(api.KeyPublished); ok {
		return
	}
	if modified, ok := m.Get(api.KeyModified); ok {
		if _, ok = meta.TimeValue(modified); ok {
			m.Set(api.KeyPublished, modified)
			return
		}






	}
	zid := m.Zid.String()
	if _, ok := meta.TimeValue(zid); ok {
		m.Set(api.KeyPublished, zid)
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	}

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//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package manager

import (
	"context"
	"strconv"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
)

// Enrich computes additional properties and updates the given metadata.
func (mgr *Manager) Enrich(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta, boxNumber int) {

	// Calculate computed, but stored values.
	if _, ok := m.Get(api.KeyCreated); !ok {
		m.Set(api.KeyCreated, computeCreated(m.Zid))
	}

	if box.DoNotEnrich(ctx) {
		// Enrich is called indirectly via indexer or enrichment is not requested
		// because of other reasons -> ignore this call, do not update metadata
		return
	}

	computePublished(m)
	m.Set(api.KeyBoxNumber, strconv.Itoa(boxNumber))
	mgr.idxStore.Enrich(ctx, m)
}

func computeCreated(zid id.Zid) string {
	if zid <= 10101000000 {
		// A year 0000 is not allowed and therefore an artificaial Zid.
		// In the year 0001, the month must be > 0.
		// In the month 000101, the day must be > 0.
		return "00010101000000"
	}
	seconds := zid % 100
	if seconds > 59 {
		seconds = 59
	}
	zid /= 100
	minutes := zid % 100
	if minutes > 59 {
		minutes = 59
	}
	zid /= 100
	hours := zid % 100
	if hours > 23 {
		hours = 23
	}
	zid /= 100
	day := zid % 100
	if day < 1 {
		day = 1
	}
	zid /= 100
	month := zid % 100
	if month < 1 {
		month = 1
	}
	if month > 12 {
		month = 12
	}
	year := zid / 100
	switch month {
	case 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12:
		if day > 31 {
			day = 32
		}
	case 4, 6, 9, 11:
		if day > 30 {
			day = 30
		}
	case 2:
		if year%4 != 0 || (year%100 == 0 && year%400 != 0) {
			if day > 28 {
				day = 28
			}
		} else {
			if day > 29 {
				day = 29
			}
		}
	}
	created := ((((year*100+month)*100+day)*100+hours)*100+minutes)*100 + seconds
	return created.String()
}

func computePublished(m *meta.Meta) {
	if _, ok := m.Get(api.KeyPublished); ok {
		return
	}
	if modified, ok := m.Get(api.KeyModified); ok {
		if _, ok = meta.TimeValue(modified); ok {
			m.Set(api.KeyPublished, modified)
			return
		}
	}
	if created, ok := m.Get(api.KeyCreated); ok {
		if _, ok = meta.TimeValue(created); ok {
			m.Set(api.KeyPublished, created)
			return
		}
	}
	zid := m.Zid.String()
	if _, ok := meta.TimeValue(zid); ok {
		m.Set(api.KeyPublished, zid)
		return
	}

	// Neither the zettel was modified nor the zettel identifer contains a valid
	// timestamp. In this case do not set the "published" property.
}

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			zids, err := mgr.FetchZids(ctx)
			if err == nil {
				start = time.Now()
				if rno := mgr.idxAr.Reload(zids); rno > 0 {
					roomNum = rno
				}
				mgr.idxMx.Lock()
				mgr.idxLastReload = time.Now()
				mgr.idxSinceReload = 0
				mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
			}
		case arUpdate:
			mgr.idxLog.Debug().Zid(zid).Msg("update")
			zettel, err := mgr.GetZettel(ctx, zid)
			if err != nil {
				// TODO: on some errors put the zid into a "try later" set





				continue
			}

			mgr.idxMx.Lock()
			if arRoomNum == roomNum {
				mgr.idxDurReload = time.Since(start)
			}
			mgr.idxSinceReload++
			mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
			mgr.idxUpdateZettel(ctx, zettel)
		case arDelete:
			mgr.idxLog.Debug().Zid(zid).Msg("delete")
			if _, err := mgr.GetMeta(ctx, zid); err == nil {
				// Zettel was not deleted. This might occur, if zettel was
				// deleted in secondary dirbox, but is still present in
				// first dirbox (or vice versa). Re-index zettel in case
				// a hidden zettel was recovered
				mgr.idxLog.Debug().Zid(zid).Msg("not deleted")
				mgr.idxAr.Enqueue(zid, arUpdate)
			}
			mgr.idxMx.Lock()
			mgr.idxSinceReload++
			mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
			mgr.idxDeleteZettel(zid)
		}
	}
}

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	select {
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			zids, err := mgr.FetchZids(ctx)
			if err == nil {
				start = time.Now()
				if rno := mgr.idxAr.Reload(zids); rno > 0 {
					roomNum = rno
				}
				mgr.idxMx.Lock()
				mgr.idxLastReload = time.Now().Local()
				mgr.idxSinceReload = 0
				mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
			}
		case arZettel:
			mgr.idxLog.Debug().Zid(zid).Msg("zettel")
			zettel, err := mgr.GetZettel(ctx, zid)
			if err != nil {
				// Zettel was deleted or is not accessible b/c of other reasons
				mgr.idxLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("delete")
				mgr.idxMx.Lock()
				mgr.idxSinceReload++
				mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
				mgr.idxDeleteZettel(zid)
				continue
			}
			mgr.idxLog.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("update")
			mgr.idxMx.Lock()
			if arRoomNum == roomNum {
				mgr.idxDurReload = time.Since(start)
			}
			mgr.idxSinceReload++
			mgr.idxMx.Unlock()
			mgr.idxUpdateZettel(ctx, zettel)














		}
	}
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxSleepService(timer *time.Timer, timerDuration time.Duration) bool {
	select {
	case _, ok := <-mgr.idxReady:
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	return true
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) {
	var cData collectData
	cData.initialize()
	collectZettelIndexData(parser.ParseZettel(zettel, "", mgr.rtConfig), &cData)

	m := zettel.Meta
	zi := store.NewZettelIndex(m.Zid)
	mgr.idxCollectFromMeta(ctx, m, zi, &cData)
	mgr.idxProcessData(ctx, zi, &cData)
	toCheck := mgr.idxStore.UpdateReferences(ctx, zi)
	mgr.idxCheckZettel(toCheck)
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxCollectFromMeta(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta, zi *store.ZettelIndex, cData *collectData) {
	for _, pair := range m.Pairs() {
		descr := meta.GetDescription(pair.Key)
		if descr.IsComputed() {
			continue
		}
		switch descr.Type {
		case meta.TypeID:
			mgr.idxUpdateValue(ctx, descr.Inverse, pair.Value, zi)
		case meta.TypeIDSet:
			for _, val := range meta.ListFromValue(pair.Value) {







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	return true
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxUpdateZettel(ctx context.Context, zettel domain.Zettel) {
	var cData collectData
	cData.initialize()
	collectZettelIndexData(parser.ParseZettel(ctx, zettel, "", mgr.rtConfig), &cData)

	m := zettel.Meta
	zi := store.NewZettelIndex(m.Zid)
	mgr.idxCollectFromMeta(ctx, m, zi, &cData)
	mgr.idxProcessData(ctx, zi, &cData)
	toCheck := mgr.idxStore.UpdateReferences(ctx, zi)
	mgr.idxCheckZettel(toCheck)
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxCollectFromMeta(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta, zi *store.ZettelIndex, cData *collectData) {
	for _, pair := range m.ComputedPairs() {
		descr := meta.GetDescription(pair.Key)
		if descr.IsProperty() {
			continue
		}
		switch descr.Type {
		case meta.TypeID:
			mgr.idxUpdateValue(ctx, descr.Inverse, pair.Value, zi)
		case meta.TypeIDSet:
			for _, val := range meta.ListFromValue(pair.Value) {
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			zi.AddBackRef(ref)
		} else {
			zi.AddDeadRef(ref)
		}
	}
	zi.SetWords(cData.words)
	zi.SetUrls(cData.urls)
	zi.SetITags(cData.itags)
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxUpdateValue(ctx context.Context, inverseKey, value string, zi *store.ZettelIndex) {
	zid, err := id.Parse(value)
	if err != nil {
		return
	}







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			zi.AddBackRef(ref)
		} else {
			zi.AddDeadRef(ref)
		}
	}
	zi.SetWords(cData.words)
	zi.SetUrls(cData.urls)

}

func (mgr *Manager) idxUpdateValue(ctx context.Context, inverseKey, value string, zi *store.ZettelIndex) {
	zid, err := id.Parse(value)
	if err != nil {
		return
	}
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	toCheck := mgr.idxStore.DeleteZettel(context.Background(), zid)
	mgr.idxCheckZettel(toCheck)
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxCheckZettel(s id.Set) {
	for zid := range s {
		mgr.idxAr.Enqueue(zid, arUpdate)
	}
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func (mgr *Manager) idxDeleteZettel(zid id.Zid) {
	toCheck := mgr.idxStore.DeleteZettel(context.Background(), zid)
	mgr.idxCheckZettel(toCheck)
}

func (mgr *Manager) idxCheckZettel(s id.Set) {
	for zid := range s {
		mgr.idxAr.EnqueueZettel(zid)
	}
}

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// Package manager coordinates the various boxes and indexes of a Zettelstore.
package manager

import (
	"context"
	"io"
	"net/url"
	"sort"
	"sync"
	"time"


	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/memstore"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/store"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
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// Package manager coordinates the various boxes and indexes of a Zettelstore.
package manager

import (
	"context"
	"io"
	"net/url"

	"sync"
	"time"

	"zettelstore.de/c/maps"
	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/memstore"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/store"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
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	if _, ok := registry[scheme]; ok {
		panic(scheme)
	}
	registry[scheme] = create
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// GetSchemes returns all registered scheme, ordered by scheme string.
func GetSchemes() []string {
	result := make([]string, 0, len(registry))
	for scheme := range registry {
		result = append(result, scheme)
	}
	sort.Strings(result)
	return result
}

// Manager is a coordinating box.
type Manager struct {
	mgrLog       *logger.Logger
	mgrMx        sync.RWMutex
	started      bool
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		panic(scheme)
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func GetSchemes() []string { return maps.Keys(registry) }








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type Manager struct {
	mgrLog       *logger.Logger
	mgrMx        sync.RWMutex
	started      bool
	rtConfig     config.Config
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}

func (mgr *Manager) idxEnqueue(reason box.UpdateReason, zid id.Zid) {
	switch reason {
	case box.OnReload:
		mgr.idxAr.Reset()
	case box.OnUpdate:
		mgr.idxAr.Enqueue(zid, arUpdate)
	case box.OnDelete:
		mgr.idxAr.Enqueue(zid, arDelete)
	default:
		return
	}
	select {
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func (mgr *Manager) idxEnqueue(reason box.UpdateReason, zid id.Zid) {
	switch reason {
	case box.OnReload:
		mgr.idxAr.Reset()
	case box.OnZettel:
		mgr.idxAr.EnqueueZettel(zid)


	default:
		return
	}
	select {
	case mgr.idxReady <- struct{}{}:
	default:
	}

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	"io"
	"sort"
	"strings"
	"sync"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"

	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/store"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
)

type metaRefs struct {
	forward  id.Slice
	backward id.Slice
}

type zettelIndex struct {
	dead     id.Slice
	forward  id.Slice
	backward id.Slice
	meta     map[string]metaRefs
	words    []string
	urls     []string
	itags    string // Inline tags
}

func (zi *zettelIndex) isEmpty() bool {
	if len(zi.forward) > 0 || len(zi.backward) > 0 || len(zi.dead) > 0 || len(zi.words) > 0 {
		return false
	}
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	"zettelstore.de/c/maps"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager/store"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
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type metaRefs struct {
	forward  id.Slice
	backward id.Slice
}

type zettelIndex struct {
	dead     id.Slice
	forward  id.Slice
	backward id.Slice
	meta     map[string]metaRefs
	words    []string
	urls     []string

}

func (zi *zettelIndex) isEmpty() bool {
	if len(zi.forward) > 0 || len(zi.backward) > 0 || len(zi.dead) > 0 || len(zi.words) > 0 {
		return false
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			updated = true
		}
	}
	if len(back) > 0 {
		m.Set(api.KeyBack, back.String())
		updated = true
	}
	if itags := zi.itags; itags != "" {
		m.Set(api.KeyContentTags, itags)
		if tags, ok2 := m.Get(api.KeyTags); ok2 {
			m.Set(api.KeyAllTags, tags+" "+itags)
		} else {
			m.Set(api.KeyAllTags, itags)
		}
		updated = true
	} else if tags, ok2 := m.Get(api.KeyTags); ok2 {
		m.Set(api.KeyAllTags, tags)
		updated = true
	}
	return updated
}

// SearchEqual returns all zettel that contains the given exact word.
// The word must be normalized through Unicode NKFD, trimmed and not empty.
func (ms *memStore) SearchEqual(word string) id.Set {
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		}
	}
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	}












	return updated
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// SearchEqual returns all zettel that contains the given exact word.
// The word must be normalized through Unicode NKFD, trimmed and not empty.
func (ms *memStore) SearchEqual(word string) id.Set {
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	defer ms.mx.RUnlock()
	result := ms.selectWithPred(prefix, strings.HasPrefix)
	l := len(prefix)
	if l > 14 {
		return result
	}
	minZid, err := id.Parse(prefix + "00000000000000"[:14-l])
	if err != nil {
		return result
	}




	maxZid, err := id.Parse(prefix + "99999999999999"[:14-l])
	if err != nil {
		return result

	}
	for zid, zi := range ms.idx {
		if minZid <= zid && zid <= maxZid {
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	defer ms.mx.RUnlock()
	result := ms.selectWithPred(prefix, strings.HasPrefix)
	l := len(prefix)
	if l > 14 {
		return result
	}
	maxZid, err := id.Parse(prefix + "99999999999999"[:14-l])
	if err != nil {
		return result
	}
	var minZid id.Zid
	if l < 14 && prefix == "0000000000000"[:l] {
		minZid = id.Zid(1)
	} else {
		minZid, err = id.Parse(prefix + "00000000000000"[:14-l])
		if err != nil {
			return result
		}
	}
	for zid, zi := range ms.idx {
		if minZid <= zid && zid <= maxZid {
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		}
	}
	return result
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	ms.updateDeadReferences(zidx, zi)
	ms.updateForwardBackwardReferences(zidx, zi)
	ms.updateMetadataReferences(zidx, zi)
	zi.words = updateWordSet(zidx.Zid, ms.words, zi.words, zidx.GetWords())
	zi.urls = updateWordSet(zidx.Zid, ms.urls, zi.urls, zidx.GetUrls())
	zi.itags = setITags(zidx.GetITags())

	// Check if zi must be inserted into ms.idx
	if !ziExist && !zi.isEmpty() {
		ms.idx[zidx.Zid] = zi
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	ms.updateDeadReferences(zidx, zi)
	ms.updateForwardBackwardReferences(zidx, zi)
	ms.updateMetadataReferences(zidx, zi)
	zi.words = updateWordSet(zidx.Zid, ms.words, zi.words, zidx.GetWords())
	zi.urls = updateWordSet(zidx.Zid, ms.urls, zi.urls, zidx.GetUrls())


	// Check if zi must be inserted into ms.idx
	if !ziExist && !zi.isEmpty() {
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	return toCheck
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		}
		srefs[word] = refs2
	}
	return next.Words()
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func setITags(next store.WordSet) string {
	itags := next.Words()
	if len(itags) == 0 {
		return ""
	}
	sort.Strings(itags)
	return strings.Join(itags, " ")
}

func (ms *memStore) getEntry(zid id.Zid) *zettelIndex {
	// Must only be called if ms.mx is write-locked!
	if zi, ok := ms.idx[zid]; ok {
		return zi
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		}
		srefs[word] = refs2
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	// Must only be called if ms.mx is write-locked!
	if zi, ok := ms.idx[zid]; ok {
		return zi
	}
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	if len(srefs) == 0 {
		return
	}
	fmt.Fprintln(w, "====", title)
	slice := make([]string, 0, len(srefs))
	for s := range srefs {
		slice = append(slice, s)
	}
	sort.Strings(slice)
	for _, s := range slice {
		fmt.Fprintf(w, "; %s%s%s\n", preString, s, postString)
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	if len(srefs) == 0 {
		return
	}
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	for _, s := range maps.Keys(srefs) {
		fmt.Fprintf(w, "; %s%s%s\n", preString, s, postString)
		fmt.Fprintln(w, ":", srefs[s])
	}
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import (
	"context"
	"io"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
)

// Stats records statistics about the store.
type Stats struct {
	// Zettel is the number of zettel managed by the indexer.
	Zettel int

	// Updates count the number of metadata updates.
	Updates uint64

	// Words count the different words stored in the store.
	Words uint64

	// Urls count the different URLs stored in the store.
	Urls uint64
}

// Store all relevant zettel data. There may be multiple implementations, i.e.
// memory-based, file-based, based on SQLite, ...
type Store interface {
	search.Searcher

	// Entrich metadata with data from store.
	Enrich(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta)

	// UpdateReferences for a specific zettel.
	// Returns set of zettel identifier that must also be checked for changes.
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import (
	"context"
	"io"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
)

// Stats records statistics about the store.
type Stats struct {
	// Zettel is the number of zettel managed by the indexer.
	Zettel int

	// Updates count the number of metadata updates.
	Updates uint64

	// Words count the different words stored in the store.
	Words uint64

	// Urls count the different URLs stored in the store.
	Urls uint64
}

// Store all relevant zettel data. There may be multiple implementations, i.e.
// memory-based, file-based, based on SQLite, ...
type Store interface {
	query.Searcher

	// Entrich metadata with data from store.
	Enrich(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta)

	// UpdateReferences for a specific zettel.
	// Returns set of zettel identifier that must also be checked for changes.
	UpdateReferences(context.Context, *ZettelIndex) id.Set

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type ZettelIndex struct {
	Zid      id.Zid            // zid of the indexed zettel
	backrefs id.Set            // set of back references
	metarefs map[string]id.Set // references to inverse keys
	deadrefs id.Set            // set of dead references
	words    WordSet
	urls     WordSet
	itags    WordSet
}

// NewZettelIndex creates a new zettel index.
func NewZettelIndex(zid id.Zid) *ZettelIndex {
	return &ZettelIndex{
		Zid:      zid,
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	Zid      id.Zid            // zid of the indexed zettel
	backrefs id.Set            // set of back references
	metarefs map[string]id.Set // references to inverse keys
	deadrefs id.Set            // set of dead references
	words    WordSet
	urls     WordSet

}

// NewZettelIndex creates a new zettel index.
func NewZettelIndex(zid id.Zid) *ZettelIndex {
	return &ZettelIndex{
		Zid:      zid,
		backrefs: id.NewSet(),
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// SetWords sets the words to the given value.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) SetWords(words WordSet) { zi.words = words }

// SetUrls sets the words to the given value.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) SetUrls(urls WordSet) { zi.urls = urls }

// SetITags sets the words to the given value.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) SetITags(itags WordSet) { zi.itags = itags }

// GetDeadRefs returns all dead references as a sorted list.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetDeadRefs() id.Slice {
	return zi.deadrefs.Sorted()
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// GetBackRefs returns all back references as a sorted list.
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func (zi *ZettelIndex) SetWords(words WordSet) { zi.words = words }

// SetUrls sets the words to the given value.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) SetUrls(urls WordSet) { zi.urls = urls }




// GetDeadRefs returns all dead references as a sorted list.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetDeadRefs() id.Slice {
	return zi.deadrefs.Sorted()
}

// GetBackRefs returns all back references as a sorted list.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetBackRefs() id.Slice {
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// GetWords returns a reference to the set of words. It must not be modified.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetWords() WordSet { return zi.words }

// GetUrls returns a reference to the set of URLs. It must not be modified.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetUrls() WordSet { return zi.urls }

// GetITags returns a reference to the set of internal tags. It must not be modified.
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// GetWords returns a reference to the set of words. It must not be modified.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetWords() WordSet { return zi.words }

// GetUrls returns a reference to the set of URLs. It must not be modified.
func (zi *ZettelIndex) GetUrls() WordSet { return zi.urls }



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	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
)

func init() {
	manager.Register(
		"mem",
		func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
			return &memBox{







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	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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func init() {
	manager.Register(
		"mem",
		func(u *url.URL, cdata *manager.ConnectData) (box.ManagedBox, error) {
			return &memBox{
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	meta := zettel.Meta.Clone()
	meta.Zid = zid
	zettel.Meta = meta
	mb.zettel[zid] = zettel
	mb.curBytes = newBytes
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("CreateZettel")
	return zid, nil
}

func (mb *memBox) GetZettel(_ context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	mb.mx.RLock()
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	meta := zettel.Meta.Clone()
	meta.Zid = zid
	zettel.Meta = meta
	mb.zettel[zid] = zettel
	mb.curBytes = newBytes
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Zid(zid).Msg("CreateZettel")
	return zid, nil
}

func (mb *memBox) GetZettel(_ context.Context, zid id.Zid) (domain.Zettel, error) {
	mb.mx.RLock()
	zettel, ok := mb.zettel[zid]
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	if !ok {
		return nil, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("GetMeta")
	return zettel.Meta.Clone(), nil
}

func (mb *memBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	mb.mx.RLock()
	defer mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(mb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for zid := range mb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			handle(zid)
		}
	}
	return nil
}

func (mb *memBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint search.RetrievePredicate) error {
	mb.mx.RLock()
	defer mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(mb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, zettel := range mb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			m := zettel.Meta.Clone()
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		return nil, box.ErrNotFound
	}
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("GetMeta")
	return zettel.Meta.Clone(), nil
}

func (mb *memBox) ApplyZid(_ context.Context, handle box.ZidFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	mb.mx.RLock()
	defer mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(mb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyZid")
	for zid := range mb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			handle(zid)
		}
	}
	return nil
}

func (mb *memBox) ApplyMeta(ctx context.Context, handle box.MetaFunc, constraint query.RetrievePredicate) error {
	mb.mx.RLock()
	defer mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("entries", int64(len(mb.zettel))).Msg("ApplyMeta")
	for zid, zettel := range mb.zettel {
		if constraint(zid) {
			m := zettel.Meta.Clone()
			mb.cdata.Enricher.Enrich(ctx, m, mb.cdata.Number)
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	}

	zettel.Meta = m
	mb.zettel[m.Zid] = zettel
	mb.curBytes = newBytes
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, m.Zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("UpdateZettel")
	return nil
}

func (*memBox) AllowRenameZettel(context.Context, id.Zid) bool { return true }

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	}

	zettel.Meta = m
	mb.zettel[m.Zid] = zettel
	mb.curBytes = newBytes
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, m.Zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("UpdateZettel")
	return nil
}

func (*memBox) AllowRenameZettel(context.Context, id.Zid) bool { return true }

func (mb *memBox) RenameZettel(_ context.Context, curZid, newZid id.Zid) error {
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	meta.Zid = newZid
	zettel.Meta = meta
	mb.zettel[newZid] = zettel
	delete(mb.zettel, curZid)
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnDelete, curZid)
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnUpdate, newZid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("RenameZettel")
	return nil
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	meta.Zid = newZid
	zettel.Meta = meta
	mb.zettel[newZid] = zettel
	delete(mb.zettel, curZid)
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, curZid)
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, newZid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("RenameZettel")
	return nil
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func (mb *memBox) CanDeleteZettel(_ context.Context, zid id.Zid) bool {
	mb.mx.RLock()
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		mb.mx.Unlock()
		return box.ErrNotFound
	}
	delete(mb.zettel, zid)
	mb.curBytes -= oldZettel.Length()
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnDelete, zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("DeleteZettel")
	return nil
}

func (mb *memBox) ReadStats(st *box.ManagedBoxStats) {
	st.ReadOnly = false
	mb.mx.RLock()
	st.Zettel = len(mb.zettel)
	mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("zettel", int64(st.Zettel)).Msg("ReadStats")
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		mb.mx.Unlock()
		return box.ErrNotFound
	}
	delete(mb.zettel, zid)
	mb.curBytes -= oldZettel.Length()
	mb.mx.Unlock()
	mb.notifyChanged(box.OnZettel, zid)
	mb.log.Trace().Msg("DeleteZettel")
	return nil
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func (mb *memBox) ReadStats(st *box.ManagedBoxStats) {
	st.ReadOnly = false
	mb.mx.RLock()
	st.Zettel = len(mb.zettel)
	mb.mx.RUnlock()
	mb.log.Trace().Int("zettel", int64(st.Zettel)).Msg("ReadStats")
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	"sync"

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	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"
	"zettelstore.de/z/search"
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	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"
	"zettelstore.de/z/query"
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type entrySet map[id.Zid]*DirEntry

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		return 0
	}
	return len(ds.entries)
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// GetDirEntries returns a list of directory entries, which satisfy the given constraint.
func (ds *DirService) GetDirEntries(constraint search.RetrievePredicate) []*DirEntry {
	ds.mx.RLock()
	defer ds.mx.RUnlock()
	if ds.entries == nil {
		return nil
	}
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	}
	return len(ds.entries)
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// GetDirEntries returns a list of directory entries, which satisfy the given constraint.
func (ds *DirService) GetDirEntries(constraint query.RetrievePredicate) []*DirEntry {
	ds.mx.RLock()
	defer ds.mx.RUnlock()
	if ds.entries == nil {
		return nil
	}
	result := make([]*DirEntry, 0, len(ds.entries))
	for zid, entry := range ds.entries {
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			ds.log.Error().Str("path", ds.dirPath).Msg("Zettel directory missing")
		case Update:
			ds.mx.Lock()
			zid := ds.onUpdateFileEvent(ds.entries, ev.Name)
			ds.mx.Unlock()
			if zid != id.Invalid {
				ds.notifyChange(box.OnUpdate, zid)
			}
		case Delete:
			ds.mx.Lock()
			ds.onDeleteFileEvent(ds.entries, ev.Name)
			ds.mx.Unlock()



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			ds.log.Warn().Str("event", fmt.Sprintf("%v", ev)).Msg("Unknown zettel notification event")
		}
	}
}

func getNewZids(entries entrySet) id.Slice {
	zids := make(id.Slice, 0, len(entries))
	for zid := range entries {
		zids = append(zids, zid)
	}
	return zids
}

func (ds *DirService) onCreateDirectory(zids id.Slice, prevEntries entrySet) {
	for _, zid := range zids {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnUpdate, zid)
		delete(prevEntries, zid)
	}

	// These were previously stored, by are not found now.
	// Notify system that these were deleted, e.g. for updating the index.
	for zid := range prevEntries {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnDelete, zid)
	}
}

func (ds *DirService) onDestroyDirectory() {
	ds.mx.Lock()
	entries := ds.entries
	ds.entries = nil
	ds.state = dsMissing
	ds.mx.Unlock()
	for zid := range entries {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnDelete, zid)
	}
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			ds.log.Error().Str("path", ds.dirPath).Msg("Zettel directory missing")
		case Update:
			ds.mx.Lock()
			zid := ds.onUpdateFileEvent(ds.entries, ev.Name)
			ds.mx.Unlock()
			if zid != id.Invalid {
				ds.notifyChange(box.OnZettel, zid)
			}
		case Delete:
			ds.mx.Lock()
			zid := ds.onDeleteFileEvent(ds.entries, ev.Name)
			ds.mx.Unlock()
			if zid != id.Invalid {
				ds.notifyChange(box.OnZettel, zid)
			}
		default:
			ds.log.Warn().Str("event", fmt.Sprintf("%v", ev)).Msg("Unknown zettel notification event")
		}
	}
}

func getNewZids(entries entrySet) id.Slice {
	zids := make(id.Slice, 0, len(entries))
	for zid := range entries {
		zids = append(zids, zid)
	}
	return zids
}

func (ds *DirService) onCreateDirectory(zids id.Slice, prevEntries entrySet) {
	for _, zid := range zids {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnZettel, zid)
		delete(prevEntries, zid)
	}

	// These were previously stored, by are not found now.
	// Notify system that these were deleted, e.g. for updating the index.
	for zid := range prevEntries {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnZettel, zid)
	}
}

func (ds *DirService) onDestroyDirectory() {
	ds.mx.Lock()
	entries := ds.entries
	ds.entries = nil
	ds.state = dsMissing
	ds.mx.Unlock()
	for zid := range entries {
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnZettel, zid)
	}
}

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	dupName1, dupName2 := ds.updateEntry(entry, name)
	if dupName1 != "" {
		ds.log.Warn().Str("name", dupName1).Msg("Duplicate content (is ignored)")
		if dupName2 != "" {
			ds.log.Warn().Str("name", dupName2).Msg("Duplicate content (is ignored)")
		}

	}
	return zid
}

func (ds *DirService) onDeleteFileEvent(entries entrySet, name string) {
	if entries == nil {
		return
	}
	zid := seekZid(name)
	if zid == id.Invalid {
		return
	}
	entry, found := entries[zid]
	if !found {
		return
	}
	for i, dupName := range entry.UselessFiles {
		if dupName == name {
			removeDuplicate(entry, i)
			return
		}
	}
	if name == entry.ContentName {
		entry.ContentName = ""
		entry.ContentExt = ""
		ds.replayUpdateUselessFiles(entry)
	} else if name == entry.MetaName {
		entry.MetaName = ""
		ds.replayUpdateUselessFiles(entry)
	}
	if entry.ContentName == "" && entry.MetaName == "" {
		delete(entries, zid)
		ds.notifyChange(box.OnDelete, zid)
	}

}

func removeDuplicate(entry *DirEntry, i int) {
	if len(entry.UselessFiles) == 1 {
		entry.UselessFiles = nil
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	dupName1, dupName2 := ds.updateEntry(entry, name)
	if dupName1 != "" {
		ds.log.Warn().Str("name", dupName1).Msg("Duplicate content (is ignored)")
		if dupName2 != "" {
			ds.log.Warn().Str("name", dupName2).Msg("Duplicate content (is ignored)")
		}
		return id.Invalid
	}
	return zid
}

func (ds *DirService) onDeleteFileEvent(entries entrySet, name string) id.Zid {
	if entries == nil {
		return id.Invalid
	}
	zid := seekZid(name)
	if zid == id.Invalid {
		return id.Invalid
	}
	entry, found := entries[zid]
	if !found {
		return zid
	}
	for i, dupName := range entry.UselessFiles {
		if dupName == name {
			removeDuplicate(entry, i)
			return zid
		}
	}
	if name == entry.ContentName {
		entry.ContentName = ""
		entry.ContentExt = ""
		ds.replayUpdateUselessFiles(entry)
	} else if name == entry.MetaName {
		entry.MetaName = ""
		ds.replayUpdateUselessFiles(entry)
	}
	if entry.ContentName == "" && entry.MetaName == "" {
		delete(entries, zid)

	}
	return zid
}

func removeDuplicate(entry *DirEntry, i int) {
	if len(entry.UselessFiles) == 1 {
		entry.UselessFiles = nil
		return
	}

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import (
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	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/blob"       // Allow to use BLOB parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/draw"       // Allow to use draw parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/markdown"   // Allow to use markdown parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/none"       // Allow to use none parser.

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/plain"      // Allow to use plain parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/zettelmark" // Allow to use zettelmark parser.
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	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/blob"       // Allow to use BLOB parser.

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/markdown"   // Allow to use markdown parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/none"       // Allow to use none parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/pikchr"     // Allow to use pikchr parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/plain"      // Allow to use plain parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/zettelmark" // Allow to use zettelmark parser.
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func TestNewExtIsBetter(t *testing.T) {
	extVals := []string{
		// Main Formats
		api.ValueSyntaxZmk, api.ValueSyntaxDraw, "markdown", "md",
		// Other supported text formats
		"css", "txt", api.ValueSyntaxHTML, api.ValueSyntaxNone, "mustache", api.ValueSyntaxText, "plain",
		// Supported graphics formats
		api.ValueSyntaxGif, "png", api.ValueSyntaxSVG, "jpeg", "jpg",
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func TestNewExtIsBetter(t *testing.T) {
	extVals := []string{
		// Main Formats
		api.ValueSyntaxZmk, "pikchr", "markdown", "md",
		// Other supported text formats
		"css", "txt", api.ValueSyntaxHTML, api.ValueSyntaxNone, "mustache", api.ValueSyntaxText, "plain",
		// Supported graphics formats
		api.ValueSyntaxGif, "png", api.ValueSyntaxSVG, "jpeg", "jpg",
		// Unsupported syntax values
		"gz", "cpp", "tar", "cppc",
	}

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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func calcContentExt(syntax string, yamlSep bool, getZettelFileSyntax func() []string) string {
	if yamlSep {
		return extZettel
	}
	switch syntax {
	case api.ValueSyntaxDraw, api.ValueSyntaxNone, api.ValueSyntaxZmk:
		return extZettel
	}
	for _, s := range getZettelFileSyntax() {
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	if yamlSep {
		return extZettel
	}
	switch syntax {
	case api.ValueSyntaxNone, api.ValueSyntaxZmk:
		return extZettel
	}
	for _, s := range getZettelFileSyntax() {
		if s == syntax {
			return extZettel
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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			return fsdn.processDirEvent(ev)
		}
		return fsdn.processFileEvent(ev)
	}
	return true
}


const deleteFsOps = fsnotify.Remove | fsnotify.Rename
const updateFsOps = fsnotify.Create | fsnotify.Write

func (fsdn *fsdirNotifier) processDirEvent(ev *fsnotify.Event) bool {
	if ev.Op&deleteFsOps != 0 {
		fsdn.log.Debug().Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Directory removed")
		fsdn.base.Remove(fsdn.path)
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Destroy}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}
		return true
	}
	if ev.Op&fsnotify.Create != 0 {
		err := fsdn.base.Add(fsdn.path)
		if err != nil {
			fsdn.log.IfErr(err).Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Unable to add directory")
			select {
			case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Error, Err: err}:
			case <-fsdn.done:
				return false
			}
		}
		fsdn.log.Debug().Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Directory added")
		return listDirElements(fsdn.log, fsdn.fetcher, fsdn.events, fsdn.done)


	}
	return true
}

func (fsdn *fsdirNotifier) processFileEvent(ev *fsnotify.Event) bool {
	if ev.Op&deleteFsOps != 0 {
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Uint("op", uint64(ev.Op)).Msg("File deleted")
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Delete, Name: filepath.Base(ev.Name)}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}
		return true
	}
	if ev.Op&updateFsOps != 0 {
		if fi, err := os.Lstat(ev.Name); err != nil || !fi.Mode().IsRegular() {
			return true
		}
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Uint("op", uint64(ev.Op)).Msg("File updated")
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Update, Name: filepath.Base(ev.Name)}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}









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	return true
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		}
		return fsdn.processFileEvent(ev)
	}
	return true
}

func (fsdn *fsdirNotifier) processDirEvent(ev *fsnotify.Event) bool {
	const deleteFsDirOps = fsnotify.Remove | fsnotify.Rename



	if ev.Op&deleteFsDirOps != 0 {
		fsdn.log.Debug().Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Directory removed")
		fsdn.base.Remove(fsdn.path)
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Destroy}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}


	} else if ev.Op&fsnotify.Create != 0 {
		err := fsdn.base.Add(fsdn.path)
		if err != nil {
			fsdn.log.IfErr(err).Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Unable to add directory")
			select {
			case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Error, Err: err}:
			case <-fsdn.done:
				return false
			}
		}
		fsdn.log.Debug().Str("name", fsdn.path).Msg("Directory added")
		return listDirElements(fsdn.log, fsdn.fetcher, fsdn.events, fsdn.done)
	} else {
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Str("op", ev.Op.String()).Msg("Directory processed")
	}
	return true
}

func (fsdn *fsdirNotifier) processFileEvent(ev *fsnotify.Event) bool {
	const deleteFsFileOps = fsnotify.Remove
	const updateFsFileOps = fsnotify.Create | fsnotify.Write | fsnotify.Rename







	if ev.Op&updateFsFileOps != 0 {
		if fi, err := os.Lstat(ev.Name); err != nil || !fi.Mode().IsRegular() {
			return true
		}
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Str("op", ev.Op.String()).Msg("File updated")
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Update, Name: filepath.Base(ev.Name)}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}
	} else if ev.Op&deleteFsFileOps != 0 {
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Str("op", ev.Op.String()).Msg("File deleted")
		select {
		case fsdn.events <- Event{Op: Delete, Name: filepath.Base(ev.Name)}:
		case <-fsdn.done:
			return false
		}
	} else {
		fsdn.log.Trace().Str("name", ev.Name).Str("op", ev.Op.String()).Msg("File processed")
	}
	return true
}

func (fsdn *fsdirNotifier) Close() {
	close(fsdn.done)
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (

	"flag"
	"fmt"
	"io"
	"os"

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (
	"context"
	"flag"
	"fmt"
	"io"
	"os"

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	enc := fs.Lookup("t").Value.String()
	m, inp, err := getInput(fs.Args())
	if m == nil {
		return 2, err
	}
	z := parser.ParseZettel(

		domain.Zettel{
			Meta:    m,
			Content: domain.NewContent(inp.Src[inp.Pos:]),
		},
		m.GetDefault(api.KeySyntax, api.ValueSyntaxZmk),
		nil,
	)
	encdr := encoder.Create(api.Encoder(enc), &encoder.Environment{
		Lang: m.GetDefault(api.KeyLang, api.ValueLangEN),
	})
	if encdr == nil {
		fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "Unknown format %q\n", enc)
		return 2, nil
	}
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	enc := fs.Lookup("t").Value.String()
	m, inp, err := getInput(fs.Args())
	if m == nil {
		return 2, err
	}
	z := parser.ParseZettel(
		context.Background(),
		domain.Zettel{
			Meta:    m,
			Content: domain.NewContent(inp.Src[inp.Pos:]),
		},
		m.GetDefault(api.KeySyntax, api.ValueSyntaxZmk),
		nil,
	)
	encdr := encoder.Create(api.Encoder(enc))


	if encdr == nil {
		fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "Unknown format %q\n", enc)
		return 2, nil
	}
	_, err = encdr.WriteZettel(os.Stdout, z, parser.ParseMetadata)
	if err != nil {
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (

	"flag"


	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"

	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/usecase"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/adapter/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/adapter/webui"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
)

// ---------- Subcommand: run ------------------------------------------------

func flgRun(fs *flag.FlagSet) {
	fs.String("c", defConfigfile, "configuration file")
	fs.Uint("a", 0, "port number kernel service (0=disable)")
	fs.Uint("p", 23123, "port number web service")
	fs.String("d", "", "zettel directory")
	fs.Bool("r", false, "system-wide read-only mode")
	fs.Bool("v", false, "verbose mode")
	fs.Bool("debug", false, "debug mode")
}

func runFunc(*flag.FlagSet) (int, error) {
	var exitCode int
	err := kernel.Main.StartService(kernel.WebService)
	if err != nil {
		exitCode = 1
	}
	kernel.Main.WaitForShutdown()
	return exitCode, err
}

func setupRouting(webSrv server.Server, boxManager box.Manager, authManager auth.Manager, rtConfig config.Config) {
	protectedBoxManager, authPolicy := authManager.BoxWithPolicy(webSrv, boxManager, rtConfig)
	kern := kernel.Main
	webLog := kern.GetLogger(kernel.WebService)
	a := api.New(
		webLog.Clone().Str("adapter", "api").Child(),
		webSrv, authManager, authManager, webSrv, rtConfig, authPolicy)
	wui := webui.New(
		webLog.Clone().Str("adapter", "wui").Child(),
		webSrv, authManager, rtConfig, authManager, boxManager, authPolicy)


	authLog := kern.GetLogger(kernel.AuthService)
	ucLog := kern.GetLogger(kernel.CoreService).WithUser(webSrv)
	ucAuthenticate := usecase.NewAuthenticate(authLog, authManager, authManager, boxManager)
	ucIsAuth := usecase.NewIsAuthenticated(ucLog, webSrv, authManager)
	ucCreateZettel := usecase.NewCreateZettel(ucLog, rtConfig, protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetMeta := usecase.NewGetMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetAllMeta := usecase.NewGetAllMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetZettel := usecase.NewGetZettel(protectedBoxManager)
	ucParseZettel := usecase.NewParseZettel(rtConfig, ucGetZettel)

	ucEvaluate := usecase.NewEvaluate(rtConfig, ucGetZettel, ucGetMeta)
	ucListMeta := usecase.NewListMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucListRoles := usecase.NewListRole(protectedBoxManager)
	ucListTags := usecase.NewListTags(protectedBoxManager)
	ucZettelContext := usecase.NewZettelContext(protectedBoxManager, rtConfig)
	ucDelete := usecase.NewDeleteZettel(ucLog, protectedBoxManager)
	ucUpdate := usecase.NewUpdateZettel(ucLog, protectedBoxManager)
	ucRename := usecase.NewRenameZettel(ucLog, protectedBoxManager)
	ucUnlinkedRefs := usecase.NewUnlinkedReferences(protectedBoxManager, rtConfig)
	ucRefresh := usecase.NewRefresh(ucLog, protectedBoxManager)
	ucVersion := usecase.NewVersion(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVersion).(string))

	webSrv.Handle("/", wui.MakeGetRootHandler(protectedBoxManager))





	// Web user interface
	if !authManager.IsReadonly() {
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('b', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetRenameZettelHandler(
			ucGetMeta, &ucEvaluate))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('b', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostRenameZettelHandler(&ucRename))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('c', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetCreateZettelHandler(
			ucGetZettel, &ucCreateZettel))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('c', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostCreateZettelHandler(&ucCreateZettel))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('d', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetDeleteZettelHandler(
			ucGetMeta, ucGetAllMeta, &ucEvaluate))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('d', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostDeleteZettelHandler(&ucDelete))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('e', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeEditGetZettelHandler(ucGetZettel))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('e', server.MethodPost, wui.MakeEditSetZettelHandler(&ucUpdate))
	}
	webSrv.AddListRoute('g', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetGoActionHandler(&ucRefresh))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('h', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeListHTMLMetaHandler(
		ucListMeta, ucListRoles, ucListTags, &ucEvaluate))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('h', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetHTMLZettelHandler(
		&ucEvaluate, ucGetMeta))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('i', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetLoginOutHandler())
	webSrv.AddListRoute('i', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostLoginHandler(&ucAuthenticate))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('i', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetInfoHandler(
		ucParseZettel, &ucEvaluate, ucGetMeta, ucGetAllMeta, ucUnlinkedRefs))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('k', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeZettelContextHandler(
		ucZettelContext, &ucEvaluate))

	// API
	webSrv.AddListRoute('a', server.MethodPost, a.MakePostLoginHandler(&ucAuthenticate))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('a', server.MethodPut, a.MakeRenewAuthHandler())
	webSrv.AddListRoute('j', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListMetaHandler(ucListMeta))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('j', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetZettelHandler(ucGetZettel))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('m', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetMetaHandler(ucGetMeta))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('o', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetOrderHandler(
		usecase.NewZettelOrder(protectedBoxManager, ucEvaluate)))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('p', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetParsedZettelHandler(ucParseZettel))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('r', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListRoleHandler(ucListRoles))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('t', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListTagsHandler(ucListTags))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('u', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListUnlinkedMetaHandler(
		ucGetMeta, ucUnlinkedRefs, &ucEvaluate))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('v', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetEvalZettelHandler(ucEvaluate))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('x', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetDataHandler(ucVersion))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('x', server.MethodPost, a.MakePostCommandHandler(&ucIsAuth, &ucRefresh))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('x', server.MethodGet, a.MakeZettelContextHandler(ucZettelContext))
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (
	"context"
	"flag"
	"net/http"

	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/usecase"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/adapter/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/adapter/webui"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
)

// ---------- Subcommand: run ------------------------------------------------

func flgRun(fs *flag.FlagSet) {
	fs.String("c", "", "configuration file")
	fs.Uint("a", 0, "port number kernel service (0=disable)")
	fs.Uint("p", 23123, "port number web service")
	fs.String("d", "", "zettel directory")
	fs.Bool("r", false, "system-wide read-only mode")
	fs.Bool("v", false, "verbose mode")
	fs.Bool("debug", false, "debug mode")
}

func runFunc(*flag.FlagSet) (int, error) {
	var exitCode int
	err := kernel.Main.StartService(kernel.WebService)
	if err != nil {
		exitCode = 1
	}
	kernel.Main.WaitForShutdown()
	return exitCode, err
}

func setupRouting(webSrv server.Server, boxManager box.Manager, authManager auth.Manager, rtConfig config.Config) {
	protectedBoxManager, authPolicy := authManager.BoxWithPolicy(boxManager, rtConfig)
	kern := kernel.Main
	webLog := kern.GetLogger(kernel.WebService)
	a := api.New(
		webLog.Clone().Str("adapter", "api").Child(),
		webSrv, authManager, authManager, rtConfig, authPolicy)
	wui := webui.New(
		webLog.Clone().Str("adapter", "wui").Child(),
		webSrv, authManager, rtConfig, authManager, boxManager, authPolicy)

	var getUser getUserImpl
	logAuth := kern.GetLogger(kernel.AuthService)
	logUc := kern.GetLogger(kernel.CoreService).WithUser(&getUser)
	ucAuthenticate := usecase.NewAuthenticate(logAuth, authManager, authManager, boxManager)
	ucIsAuth := usecase.NewIsAuthenticated(logUc, &getUser, authManager)
	ucCreateZettel := usecase.NewCreateZettel(logUc, rtConfig, protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetMeta := usecase.NewGetMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetAllMeta := usecase.NewGetAllMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucGetZettel := usecase.NewGetZettel(protectedBoxManager)
	ucParseZettel := usecase.NewParseZettel(rtConfig, ucGetZettel)
	ucListMeta := usecase.NewListMeta(protectedBoxManager)
	ucEvaluate := usecase.NewEvaluate(rtConfig, ucGetZettel, ucGetMeta, ucListMeta)
	ucListSyntax := usecase.NewListSyntax(protectedBoxManager)
	ucListRoles := usecase.NewListRoles(protectedBoxManager)

	ucZettelContext := usecase.NewZettelContext(protectedBoxManager, rtConfig)
	ucDelete := usecase.NewDeleteZettel(logUc, protectedBoxManager)
	ucUpdate := usecase.NewUpdateZettel(logUc, protectedBoxManager)
	ucRename := usecase.NewRenameZettel(logUc, protectedBoxManager)
	ucUnlinkedRefs := usecase.NewUnlinkedReferences(protectedBoxManager, rtConfig)
	ucRefresh := usecase.NewRefresh(logUc, protectedBoxManager)
	ucVersion := usecase.NewVersion(kernel.Main.GetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVersion).(string))

	webSrv.Handle("/", wui.MakeGetRootHandler(protectedBoxManager))
	if assetDir := kern.GetConfig(kernel.WebService, kernel.WebAssetDir).(string); assetDir != "" {
		const assetPrefix = "/assets/"
		webSrv.Handle(assetPrefix, http.StripPrefix(assetPrefix, http.FileServer(http.Dir(assetDir))))
	}

	// Web user interface
	if !authManager.IsReadonly() {
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('b', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetRenameZettelHandler(
			ucGetMeta, &ucEvaluate))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('b', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostRenameZettelHandler(&ucRename))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('c', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetCreateZettelHandler(
			ucGetZettel, &ucCreateZettel, ucListRoles, ucListSyntax))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('c', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostCreateZettelHandler(&ucCreateZettel))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('d', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetDeleteZettelHandler(
			ucGetMeta, ucGetAllMeta, &ucEvaluate))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('d', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostDeleteZettelHandler(&ucDelete))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('e', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeEditGetZettelHandler(ucGetZettel, ucListRoles, ucListSyntax))
		webSrv.AddZettelRoute('e', server.MethodPost, wui.MakeEditSetZettelHandler(&ucUpdate))
	}
	webSrv.AddListRoute('g', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetGoActionHandler(&ucRefresh))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('h', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeListHTMLMetaHandler(ucListMeta, &ucEvaluate))

	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('h', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetHTMLZettelHandler(
		&ucEvaluate, ucGetMeta))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('i', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetLoginOutHandler())
	webSrv.AddListRoute('i', server.MethodPost, wui.MakePostLoginHandler(&ucAuthenticate))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('i', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeGetInfoHandler(
		ucParseZettel, &ucEvaluate, ucGetMeta, ucGetAllMeta, ucUnlinkedRefs))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('k', server.MethodGet, wui.MakeZettelContextHandler(
		ucZettelContext, &ucEvaluate))

	// API
	webSrv.AddListRoute('a', server.MethodPost, a.MakePostLoginHandler(&ucAuthenticate))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('a', server.MethodPut, a.MakeRenewAuthHandler())
	webSrv.AddListRoute('j', server.MethodGet, a.MakeQueryHandler(ucListMeta))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('j', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetZettelHandler(ucGetZettel))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('m', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetMetaHandler(ucGetMeta))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('o', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetOrderHandler(
		usecase.NewZettelOrder(protectedBoxManager, ucEvaluate)))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('p', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetParsedZettelHandler(ucParseZettel))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('q', server.MethodGet, a.MakeQueryHandler(ucListMeta))

	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('u', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListUnlinkedMetaHandler(
		ucGetMeta, ucUnlinkedRefs, &ucEvaluate))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('v', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetEvalZettelHandler(ucEvaluate))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('x', server.MethodGet, a.MakeGetDataHandler(ucVersion))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('x', server.MethodPost, a.MakePostCommandHandler(&ucIsAuth, &ucRefresh))
	webSrv.AddZettelRoute('x', server.MethodGet, a.MakeZettelContextHandler(ucZettelContext))
	webSrv.AddListRoute('z', server.MethodGet, a.MakeListPlainHandler(ucListMeta))
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	}

	if authManager.WithAuth() {
		webSrv.SetUserRetriever(usecase.NewGetUserByZid(boxManager))
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	}

	if authManager.WithAuth() {
		webSrv.SetUserRetriever(usecase.NewGetUserByZid(boxManager))
	}
}

type getUserImpl struct{}

func (*getUserImpl) GetUser(ctx context.Context) *meta.Meta { return server.GetUser(ctx) }

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (
	"flag"
	"sort"


	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
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	Name       string              // command name as it appears on the command line
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (
	"flag"


	"zettelstore.de/c/maps"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
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type Command struct {
	Name       string              // command name as it appears on the command line
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func Get(name string) (Command, bool) {
	cmd, ok := commands[name]
	return cmd, ok
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// List returns a sorted list of all registered command names.
func List() []string {
	result := make([]string, 0, len(commands))
	for name := range commands {
		result = append(result, name)
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	cmd, ok := commands[name]
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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

//go:build !darwin
// +build !darwin

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// Copyright (c) 2021 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

//go:build darwin
// +build darwin

package cmd

import (
	"fmt"
	"syscall"

	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
)

const minFiles = 1048576

func raiseFdLimit() error {
	var rLimit syscall.Rlimit
	err := syscall.Getrlimit(syscall.RLIMIT_NOFILE, &rLimit)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	if rLimit.Cur >= minFiles {
		return nil
	}
	rLimit.Cur = minFiles
	if rLimit.Cur > rLimit.Max {
		rLimit.Cur = rLimit.Max
	}
	err = syscall.Setrlimit(syscall.RLIMIT_NOFILE, &rLimit)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	err = syscall.Getrlimit(syscall.RLIMIT_NOFILE, &rLimit)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	if rLimit.Cur < minFiles {
		msg := fmt.Sprintf("Make sure you have no more than %d files in all your boxes if you enabled notification\n", rLimit.Cur)
		kernel.Main.GetKernelLogger().Mandatory().Msg(msg)
	}
	return nil
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (

	"errors"
	"flag"
	"fmt"
	"net"
	"net/url"
	"os"

	"strconv"
	"strings"


	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/auth/impl"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/compbox"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
)

const (
	defConfigfile = ".zscfg"
)

func init() {
	RegisterCommand(Command{
		Name: "help",
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			fmt.Println("Available commands:")
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// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package cmd

import (
	"crypto/sha256"
	"errors"
	"flag"
	"fmt"
	"net"
	"net/url"
	"os"
	"runtime/debug"
	"strconv"
	"strings"
	"time"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/auth"
	"zettelstore.de/z/auth/impl"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/compbox"
	"zettelstore.de/z/box/manager"
	"zettelstore.de/z/config"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/kernel"
	"zettelstore.de/z/logger"
	"zettelstore.de/z/web/server"
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const strRunSimple = "run-simple"



func init() {
	RegisterCommand(Command{
		Name: "help",
		Func: func(*flag.FlagSet) (int, error) {
			fmt.Println("Available commands:")
			for _, name := range List() {
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		Boxes:      true,
		Header:     true,
		LineServer: true,
		SetFlags:   flgRun,
	})
	RegisterCommand(Command{
		Name:   "run-simple",
		Func:   runFunc,
		Simple: true,
		Boxes:  true,
		Header: true,
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		Name:   strRunSimple,
		Func:   runFunc,
		Simple: true,
		Boxes:  true,
		Header: true,
		// LineServer: true,
		SetFlags: func(fs *flag.FlagSet) {
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	RegisterCommand(Command{
		Name: "password",
		Func: cmdPassword,
	})
}

func readConfig(fs *flag.FlagSet) (cfg *meta.Meta) {
	var configFile string
	if configFlag := fs.Lookup("c"); configFlag != nil {
		configFile = configFlag.Value.String()

	} else {



		configFile = defConfigfile
	}
	content, err := os.ReadFile(configFile)

	if err != nil {
		return meta.New(id.Invalid)
	}
	return meta.NewFromInput(id.Invalid, input.NewInput(content))
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	cfg := readConfig(fs)
	fs.Visit(func(flg *flag.Flag) {
		switch flg.Name {
		case "p":
			if portStr, err := parsePort(flg.Value.String()); err == nil {
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		Name: "password",
		Func: cmdPassword,
	})
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func fetchStartupConfiguration(fs *flag.FlagSet) (cfg *meta.Meta) {

	if configFlag := fs.Lookup("c"); configFlag != nil {
		if filename := configFlag.Value.String(); filename != "" {
			content, err := readConfiguration(filename)
			return createConfiguration(content, err)
		}
	}
	content, err := searchAndReadConfiguration()
	return createConfiguration(content, err)
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func createConfiguration(content []byte, err error) *meta.Meta {
	if err != nil {
		return meta.New(id.Invalid)
	}
	return meta.NewFromInput(id.Invalid, input.NewInput(content))
}

func readConfiguration(filename string) ([]byte, error) { return os.ReadFile(filename) }

func searchAndReadConfiguration() ([]byte, error) {
	for _, filename := range []string{"zettelstore.cfg", "zsconfig.txt", "zscfg.txt", "_zscfg"} {
		if content, err := readConfiguration(filename); err == nil {
			return content, nil
		}
	}
	return readConfiguration(".zscfg")
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func getConfig(fs *flag.FlagSet) *meta.Meta {
	cfg := fetchStartupConfiguration(fs)
	fs.Visit(func(flg *flag.Flag) {
		switch flg.Name {
		case "p":
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	keyAdminPort         = "admin-port"


	keyDebug             = "debug-mode"
	keyDefaultDirBoxType = "default-dir-box-type"
	keyInsecureCookie    = "insecure-cookie"
	keyListenAddr        = "listen-addr"
	keyLogLevel          = "log-level"

	keyOwner             = "owner"
	keyPersistentCookie  = "persistent-cookie"
	keyBoxOneURI         = kernel.BoxURIs + "1"
	keyReadOnly          = "read-only-mode"
	keyTokenLifetimeHTML = "token-lifetime-html"
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		}
	}
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	keyAdminPort         = "admin-port"
	keyAssetDir          = "asset-dir"
	keyBaseURL           = "base-url"
	keyDebug             = "debug-mode"
	keyDefaultDirBoxType = "default-dir-box-type"
	keyInsecureCookie    = "insecure-cookie"
	keyListenAddr        = "listen-addr"
	keyLogLevel          = "log-level"
	keyMaxRequestSize    = "max-request-size"
	keyOwner             = "owner"
	keyPersistentCookie  = "persistent-cookie"
	keyBoxOneURI         = kernel.BoxURIs + "1"
	keyReadOnly          = "read-only-mode"
	keyTokenLifetimeHTML = "token-lifetime-html"
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	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.AuthService, kernel.AuthReadonly, cfg.GetBool(keyReadOnly))

	ok = setConfigValue(
		ok, kernel.BoxService, kernel.BoxDefaultDirType,
		cfg.GetDefault(keyDefaultDirBoxType, kernel.BoxDirTypeNotify))
	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.BoxService, kernel.BoxURIs+"1", "dir:./zettel")
	format := kernel.BoxURIs + "%v"
	for i := 1; ; i++ {
		key := fmt.Sprintf(format, i)
		val, found := cfg.Get(key)
		if !found {
			break
		}
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.BoxService, key, val)
	}

	ok = setConfigValue(
		ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebListenAddress,
		cfg.GetDefault(keyListenAddr, "127.0.0.1:23123"))




	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebURLPrefix, cfg.GetDefault(keyURLPrefix, "/"))

	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebSecureCookie, !cfg.GetBool(keyInsecureCookie))
	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebPersistentCookie, cfg.GetBool(keyPersistentCookie))



	ok = setConfigValue(
		ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebTokenLifetimeAPI, cfg.GetDefault(keyTokenLifetimeAPI, ""))
	ok = setConfigValue(
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	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.AuthService, kernel.AuthReadonly, cfg.GetBool(keyReadOnly))

	ok = setConfigValue(
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	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.BoxService, kernel.BoxURIs+"1", "dir:./zettel")

	for i := 1; ; i++ {
		key := kernel.BoxURIs + strconv.Itoa(i)
		val, found := cfg.Get(key)
		if !found {
			break
		}
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.BoxService, key, val)
	}

	ok = setConfigValue(
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		cfg.GetDefault(keyListenAddr, "127.0.0.1:23123"))
	if val, found := cfg.Get(keyBaseURL); found {
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebBaseURL, val)
	}
	if val, found := cfg.Get(keyURLPrefix); found {
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebURLPrefix, val)
	}
	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebSecureCookie, !cfg.GetBool(keyInsecureCookie))
	ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebPersistentCookie, cfg.GetBool(keyPersistentCookie))
	if val, found := cfg.Get(keyMaxRequestSize); found {
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebMaxRequestSize, val)
	}
	ok = setConfigValue(
		ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebTokenLifetimeAPI, cfg.GetDefault(keyTokenLifetimeAPI, ""))
	ok = setConfigValue(
		ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebTokenLifetimeHTML, cfg.GetDefault(keyTokenLifetimeHTML, ""))
	if val, found := cfg.Get(keyAssetDir); found {
		ok = setConfigValue(ok, kernel.WebService, kernel.WebAssetDir, val)
	}

	if !ok {
		return errors.New("unable to set configuration")
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		return 2
	}

	kern := kernel.Main
	var createManager kernel.CreateBoxManagerFunc
	if command.Boxes {
		err := raiseFdLimit()
		if err != nil {
			logger := kern.GetKernelLogger()
			logger.IfErr(err).Msg("Raising some limitions did not work")
			logger.Error().Msg("Prepare to encounter errors. Most of them can be mitigated. See the manual for details")
			kern.SetConfig(kernel.BoxService, kernel.BoxDefaultDirType, kernel.BoxDirTypeSimple)
		}
		createManager = func(boxURIs []*url.URL, authManager auth.Manager, rtConfig config.Config) (box.Manager, error) {
			compbox.Setup(cfg)
			return manager.New(boxURIs, authManager, rtConfig)
		}
	} else {
		createManager = func([]*url.URL, auth.Manager, config.Config) (box.Manager, error) { return nil, nil }
	}









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		func(readonly bool, owner id.Zid) (auth.Manager, error) {
			return impl.New(readonly, owner, cfg.GetDefault("secret", "")), nil
		},
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		func(srv server.Server, plMgr box.Manager, authMgr auth.Manager, rtConfig config.Config) error {
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		return 2
	}

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	var createManager kernel.CreateBoxManagerFunc
	if command.Boxes {







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			compbox.Setup(cfg)
			return manager.New(boxURIs, authManager, rtConfig)
		}
	} else {
		createManager = func([]*url.URL, auth.Manager, config.Config) (box.Manager, error) { return nil, nil }
	}

	secret := cfg.GetDefault("secret", "")
	if len(secret) < 16 && cfg.GetDefault(keyOwner, "") != "" {
		fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "secret must have at least length 16 when authentication is enabled, but is %q\n", secret)
		return 2
	}
	cfg.Delete("secret")
	secret = fmt.Sprintf("%x", sha256.Sum256([]byte(secret)))

	kern.SetCreators(
		func(readonly bool, owner id.Zid) (auth.Manager, error) {
			return impl.New(readonly, owner, secret), nil
		},
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		func(srv server.Server, plMgr box.Manager, authMgr auth.Manager, rtConfig config.Config) error {
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	}
	kern.Shutdown(true)
	return exitCode
}

// runSimple is called, when the user just starts the software via a double click
// or via a simple call ``./zettelstore`` on the command line.
func runSimple() int {



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	if err := os.MkdirAll(dir, 0750); err != nil {
		fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "Unable to create zettel directory %q (%s)\n", dir, err)
		return 1
	}
	return executeCommand("run-simple", "-d", dir)
}

var cpuprofile = flag.String("cpuprofile", "", "write cpu profile to `file`")
var memprofile = flag.String("memprofile", "", "write memory profile to `file`")

// Main is the real entrypoint of the zettelstore.
func Main(progName, buildVersion string) int {
	kernel.Main.SetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreProgname, progName)




	kernel.Main.SetConfig(kernel.CoreService, kernel.CoreVersion, buildVersion)
	flag.Parse()
	if *cpuprofile != "" || *memprofile != "" {
		if *cpuprofile != "" {
			kernel.Main.StartProfiling(kernel.ProfileCPU, *cpuprofile)
		} else {
			kernel.Main.StartProfiling(kernel.ProfileHead, *memprofile)
		}
		defer kernel.Main.StopProfiling()
	}
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	}
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func runSimple() int {
	if _, err := searchAndReadConfiguration(); err == nil {
		return executeCommand(strRunSimple)
	}
	dir := "./zettel"
	if err := os.MkdirAll(dir, 0750); err != nil {
		fmt.Fprintf(os.Stderr, "Unable to create zettel directory %q (%s)\n", dir, err)
		return 1
	}
	return executeCommand(strRunSimple, "-d", dir)
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var cpuprofile = flag.String("cpuprofile", "", "write cpu profile to `file`")
var memprofile = flag.String("memprofile", "", "write memory profile to `file`")

// Main is the real entrypoint of the zettelstore.
func Main(progName, buildVersion string) int {
	info := retrieveVCSInfo(buildVersion)
	fullVersion := info.revision
	if info.dirty {
		fullVersion += "-dirty"
	}
	kernel.Main.Setup(progName, fullVersion, info.time)
	flag.Parse()
	if *cpuprofile != "" || *memprofile != "" {
		if *cpuprofile != "" {
			kernel.Main.StartProfiling(kernel.ProfileCPU, *cpuprofile)
		} else {
			kernel.Main.StartProfiling(kernel.ProfileHead, *memprofile)
		}
		defer kernel.Main.StopProfiling()
	}
	args := flag.Args()
	if len(args) == 0 {
		return runSimple()
	}
	return executeCommand(args[0], args[1:]...)
}

type vcsInfo struct {
	revision string
	dirty    bool
	time     time.Time
}

func retrieveVCSInfo(version string) vcsInfo {
	buildTime := time.Date(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, time.UTC)
	info, ok := debug.ReadBuildInfo()
	if !ok {
		return vcsInfo{revision: version, dirty: false, time: buildTime}
	}
	result := vcsInfo{time: buildTime}
	for _, kv := range info.Settings {
		switch kv.Key {
		case "vcs.revision":
			revision := "+" + kv.Value
			if len(revision) > 11 {
				revision = revision[:11]
			}
			result.revision = version + revision
		case "vcs.modified":
			if kv.Value == "true" {
				result.dirty = true
			}
		case "vcs.time":
			if t, err := time.Parse(time.RFC3339, kv.Value); err == nil {
				result.time = t
			}
		}
	}
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	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/constbox"      // Allow to use global internal box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/dirbox"        // Allow to use directory box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/filebox"       // Allow to use file box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/membox"        // Allow to use in-memory box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/htmlenc"   // Allow to use HTML encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/nativeenc" // Allow to use native encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/textenc"   // Allow to use text encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zjsonenc"  // Allow to use ZJSON encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zmkenc"    // Allow to use zmk encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/kernel/impl"       // Allow kernel implementation to create itself
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/blob"       // Allow to use BLOB parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/draw"       // Allow to use draw parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/markdown"   // Allow to use markdown parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/none"       // Allow to use none parser.

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/plain"      // Allow to use plain parser.
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	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/dirbox"        // Allow to use directory box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/filebox"       // Allow to use file box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/box/membox"        // Allow to use in-memory box.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/htmlenc"   // Allow to use HTML encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/sexprenc"  // Allow to use sexpr encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/textenc"   // Allow to use text encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zjsonenc"  // Allow to use ZJSON encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zmkenc"    // Allow to use zmk encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/kernel/impl"       // Allow kernel implementation to create itself
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/blob"       // Allow to use BLOB parser.

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/markdown"   // Allow to use markdown parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/none"       // Allow to use none parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/pikchr"     // Allow to use PIC/Pikchr parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/plain"      // Allow to use plain parser.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/zettelmark" // Allow to use zettelmark parser.
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package config provides functions to retrieve runtime configuration data.
package config

import (

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
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// Config allows to retrieve all defined configuration values that can be changed during runtime.
type Config interface {
	AuthConfig

	// AddDefaultValues enriches the given meta data with its default values.
	AddDefaultValues(m *meta.Meta) *meta.Meta

	// GetDefaultTitle returns the current value of the "default-title" key.
	GetDefaultTitle() string

	// GetDefaultRole returns the current value of the "default-role" key.
	GetDefaultRole() string

	// GetDefaultSyntax returns the current value of the "default-syntax" key.
	GetDefaultSyntax() string

	// GetDefaultLang returns the current value of the "default-lang" key.
	GetDefaultLang() string

	// GetSiteName returns the current value of the "site-name" key.
	GetSiteName() string

	// GetHomeZettel returns the value of the "home-zettel" key.
	GetHomeZettel() id.Zid

	// GetDefaultVisibility returns the default value for zettel visibility.
	GetDefaultVisibility() meta.Visibility

	// GetMaxTransclusions return the maximum number of indirect transclusions.
	GetMaxTransclusions() int

	// GetYAMLHeader returns the current value of the "yaml-header" key.
	GetYAMLHeader() bool

	// GetZettelFileSyntax returns the current value of the "zettel-file-syntax" key.
	GetZettelFileSyntax() []string

	// GetMarkerExternal returns the current value of the "marker-external" key.
	GetMarkerExternal() string

	// GetFooterHTML returns HTML code that should be embedded into the footer
	// of each WebUI page.
	GetFooterHTML() string
}

// AuthConfig are relevant configuration values for authentication.
type AuthConfig interface {
	// GetSimpleMode returns true if system tuns in simple-mode.
	GetSimpleMode() bool

	// GetExpertMode returns the current value of the "expert-mode" key.
	GetExpertMode() bool

	// GetVisibility returns the visibility value of the metadata.
	GetVisibility(m *meta.Meta) meta.Visibility
}

// GetTitle returns the value of the "title" key of the given meta. If there
// is no such value, GetDefaultTitle is returned.
func GetTitle(m *meta.Meta, cfg Config) string {
	if val, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok {
		return val
	}
	if cfg != nil {
		return cfg.GetDefaultTitle()
	}
	return "Untitled"
}

// GetRole returns the value of the "role" key of the given meta. If there
// is no such value, GetDefaultRole is returned.
func GetRole(m *meta.Meta, cfg Config) string {
	if val, ok := m.Get(api.KeyRole); ok {
		return val
	}
	return cfg.GetDefaultRole()
}

// GetSyntax returns the value of the "syntax" key of the given meta. If there
// is no such value, GetDefaultSyntax is returned.
func GetSyntax(m *meta.Meta, cfg Config) string {
	if val, ok := m.Get(api.KeySyntax); ok {
		return val
	}
	return cfg.GetDefaultSyntax()
}

// GetLang returns the value of the "lang" key of the given meta. If there is
// no such value, GetDefaultLang is returned.
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// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package config provides functions to retrieve runtime configuration data.
package config

import (
	"context"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
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// Key values that are supported by Config.Get
const (
	KeyFooterHTML = "footer-html"
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	KeyMarkerExternal = "marker-external"
)

// Config allows to retrieve all defined configuration values that can be changed during runtime.
type Config interface {
	AuthConfig



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	// then in the data of the current user, and at last in the system-wide data.

	Get(ctx context.Context, m *meta.Meta, key string) string



	// AddDefaultValues enriches the given meta data with its default values.

	AddDefaultValues(context.Context, *meta.Meta) *meta.Meta

	// GetSiteName returns the current value of the "site-name" key.
	GetSiteName() string

	// GetHomeZettel returns the value of the "home-zettel" key.
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	// GetMaxTransclusions return the maximum number of indirect transclusions.
	GetMaxTransclusions() int

	// GetYAMLHeader returns the current value of the "yaml-header" key.
	GetYAMLHeader() bool

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	GetSimpleMode() bool

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* [[Introduction|00001001000000]]
* [[Design goals|00001002000000]]
* [[Installation|00001003000000]]
* [[Configuration|00001004000000]]
* [[Structure of Zettelstore|00001005000000]]
* [[Layout of a zettel|00001006000000]]
* [[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]]
* [[Other markup languages|00001008000000]]
* [[Security|00001010000000]]
* [[API|00001012000000]]
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All you have to do is to open your web browser, enter the appropriate URL, and there you go.

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This can be mitigated by first using the command line prompt to start Zettelstore with the appropriate options.
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There you should make sure that you have followed the first steps as described on the [[parent page|00001003300000]].

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There you should make sure that you have followed the first steps as described on the [[parent page|00001003300000]].

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This is a text file named ''zettelstore.plist'' with the following content.
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First, you have to create a description for ""Launchd"".
This is a text file named ''zettelstore.plist'' with the following content.
It assumes that you have copied the Zettelstore executable in a local folder called ''~/bin'' and have created a file for [[startup configuration|00001004010000]] called ''zettelstore.cfg'', which is placed in the same folder[^If you are not using a configuration file, just remove the lines ``<string>-c</string>`` and ``<string>/Users/USERNAME/bin/zettelstore.cfg</string>``.]:

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The configuration file, as specified by the ''-c CONFIGFILE'' [[command line option|00001004051000]], allows you to specify some startup options.
These options cannot be stored in a [[configuration zettel|00001004020000]] because either they are needed before Zettelstore can start or because of security reasons.
For example, Zettelstore need to know in advance, on which network address is must listen or where zettel are stored.
An attacker that is able to change the owner can do anything.
Therefore only the owner of the computer on which Zettelstore runs can change this information.

The file for startup configuration must be created via a text editor in advance.

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The following keys are supported:

; [!admin-port|''admin-port'']
: Specifies the TCP port through which you can reach the [[administrator console|00001004100000]].
  A value of ""0"" (the default) disables the administrator console.
  The administrator console will only be enabled if Zettelstore is started with the [[''run'' sub-command|00001004051000]].

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  This allows to configure more than one box.

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The configuration file, as specified by the ''-c CONFIGFILE'' [[command line option|00001004051000]], allows you to specify some startup options.
These options cannot be stored in a [[configuration zettel|00001004020000]] because either they are needed before Zettelstore can start or because of security reasons.
For example, Zettelstore need to know in advance, on which network address is must listen or where zettel are stored.
An attacker that is able to change the owner can do anything.
Therefore only the owner of the computer on which Zettelstore runs can change this information.

The file for startup configuration must be created via a text editor in advance.

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The following keys are supported:

; [!admin-port|''admin-port'']
: Specifies the TCP port through which you can reach the [[administrator console|00001004100000]].
  A value of ""0"" (the default) disables the administrator console.
  The administrator console will only be enabled if Zettelstore is started with the [[''run'' sub-command|00001004051000]].

  On most operating systems, the value must be greater than ""1024"" unless you start Zettelstore with the full privileges of a system administrator (which is not recommended).

  Default: ""0""
; [!asset-dir|''asset-dir'']
: Allows to specify a directory whose files are allowed be transferred directly with the help of the web server.
  The URL prefix for these files is ''/assets/''.
  You can use this if you want to transfer files that are too large for a note to users.
  Examples would be presentation files, PDF files, music files or video files.

  Files within the given directory will not be managed by Zettelstore.[^They will be managed by Zettelstore just in the case that the directory is one of the configured [[boxes|#box-uri-x]].]

  If you specify only the URL prefix, then the contents of the directory are listed to the user.
  To avoid this, create an empty file in the directory named ""index.html"".

  Default: """", no asset directory is set, the URL prefix ''/assets/'' is invalid.
; [!base-url|''base-url'']
: Sets the absolute base URL for the service.

  Note: [[''url-prefix''|#url-prefix]] must be the suffix of ''base-url'', otherwise the web service will not start.
  
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  During startup __X__ is counted up, starting with one, until no key is found.
  This allows to configure more than one box.

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  Can be changed at runtime, even for specific internal services, with the ''log-level'' command of the [[administrator console|00001004101000#log-level]].
  
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: [[Identifier|00001006050000]] of a zettel that contains data about the owner of the Zettelstore.
  The owner has full authorization for the Zettelstore.
  Only if owner is set to some value, user [[authentication|00001010000000]] is enabled.



; [!persistent-cookie|''persistent-cookie'']
: A [[boolean value|00001006030500]] to make the access cookie persistent.
  This is helpful if you access the Zettelstore via a mobile device.
  On these devices, the operating system is free to stop the web browser and to remove temporary cookies.
  Therefore, an authenticated user will be logged off.

  If ""true"", a persistent cookie is used.
  Its lifetime exceeds the lifetime of the authentication token (see option ''token-lifetime-html'') by 30 seconds.

  Default: ""false""
; [!read-only-mode|''read-only-mode'']
: Puts the Zettelstore service into a read-only mode, if set to a [[true value|00001006030500]].
  No changes are possible.

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: Define lifetime of access tokens in minutes.
  Values are only valid if authentication is enabled, i.e. key ''owner'' is set.

  ''token-lifetime-api'' is for accessing Zettelstore via its [[API|00001012000000]].
  Default: ""10"".

  ''token-lifetime-html'' specifies the lifetime for the HTML views.
  It is automatically extended, when a new HTML view is rendered.
  Default: ""60"".
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: Add the given string as a prefix to the local part of a Zettelstore local URL/URI when rendering zettel representations.
  Must begin and end with a slash character (""''/''"", U+002F).



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  This allows to use a forwarding proxy [[server|00001010090100]] in front of the Zettelstore.
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  Can be changed at runtime, even for specific internal services, with the ''log-level'' command of the [[administrator console|00001004101000#log-level]].
  
  Default: ""info"".

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: Limits the maximum byte size of a web request body to prevent clients from accidentally or maliciously sending a large request and wasting server resources.
  The minimum value is 1024.

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: [[Identifier|00001006050000]] of a zettel that contains data about the owner of the Zettelstore.
  The owner has full authorization for the Zettelstore.
  Only if owner is set to some value, user [[authentication|00001010000000]] is enabled.

  Ensure that key [[''secret''|#secret]] is set to a value of at least 16 bytes.
  Otherwise the Zettelstore will not start for security reasons.
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: A [[boolean value|00001006030500]] to make the access cookie persistent.
  This is helpful if you access the Zettelstore via a mobile device.
  On these devices, the operating system is free to stop the web browser and to remove temporary cookies.
  Therefore, an authenticated user will be logged off.

  If ""true"", a persistent cookie is used.
  Its lifetime exceeds the lifetime of the authentication token (see option ''token-lifetime-html'') by 30 seconds.

  Default: ""false""
; [!read-only-mode|''read-only-mode'']
: Puts the Zettelstore service into a read-only mode, if set to a [[true value|00001006030500]].
  No changes are possible.

  Default: ""false"".
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: A string value to make the communication with external clients strong enough so that sessions of the [[web user interface|00001014000000]] or [[API access token|00001010040700]] cannot be modified by some external unfriendly party.
  The string must have a length of at least 16 bytes.

  It is only needed to set this value, if [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] by setting key [[''owner''|#owner]] to some user identification.
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: Define lifetime of access tokens in minutes.
  Values are only valid if authentication is enabled, i.e. key ''owner'' is set.

  ''token-lifetime-api'' is for accessing Zettelstore via its [[API|00001012000000]].
  Default: ""10"".

  ''token-lifetime-html'' specifies the lifetime for the HTML views.
  It is automatically extended, when a new HTML view is rendered.
  Default: ""60"".
; [!url-prefix|''url-prefix'']
: Add the given string as a prefix to the local part of a Zettelstore local URL/URI when rendering zettel representations.
  Must begin and end with a slash character (""''/''"", U+002F).

  Note: ''url-prefix'' must be the suffix of [[''base-url''|#base-url]], otherwise the web service will not start.

  Default: ""/"".

  This allows to use a forwarding proxy [[server|00001010090100]] in front of the Zettelstore.
; [!verbose-mode|''verbose-mode'']
: Be more verbose when logging data, if set to a [[true value|00001006030500]].

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On other operating systems, this may be not possible, due to technical limitations.
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title: Configure the running Zettelstore
role: manual
tags: #configuration #manual #zettelstore
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You can configure a running Zettelstore by modifying the special zettel with the ID [[00000000000100]].
This zettel is called __configuration zettel__.
The following metadata keys change the appearance / behavior of Zettelstore:

; [!default-copyright|''default-copyright'']
: Copyright value to be used when rendering content.
  Can be overwritten in a zettel with [[meta key|00001006020000]] ''copyright''.

  Default: (the empty string).
; [!default-lang|''default-lang'']
: Default language to be used when displaying content.
  Can be overwritten in a zettel with [[meta key|00001006020000]] ''lang''. Default: ""en"".

  This value is also used to specify the language for all non-zettel content, e.g. lists or search results.

  Use values according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].
; [!default-license|''default-license'']
: License value to be used when rendering content.
  Can be overwritten in a zettel with [[meta key|00001006020000]] ''license''.
  Default: (the empty string).
; [!default-role|''default-role'']
: Role to be used, if a zettel specifies no ''role'' [[meta key|00001006020000]].
  Default: ""zettel"".
; [!default-syntax|''default-syntax'']
: Syntax to be used, if a zettel specifies no ''syntax'' [[meta key|00001006020000]].
  Default: ""zmk"" (""[[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]]"").
; [!default-title|''default-title'']
: Title to be used, if a zettel specifies no ''title'' [[meta key|00001006020000]].
  Default: ""Untitled"".

  You can use all [[inline-structured elements|00001007040000]] of Zettelmarkup.
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: Visibility to be used, if zettel does not specify a value for the [[''visibility''|00001006020000#visibility]] metadata key.
  Default: ""login"".
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: If set to a [[boolean true value|00001006030500]], all zettel with [[visibility ""expert""|00001010070200]] will be shown (to the owner, if [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]]; to all, otherwise).
  This affects most computed zettel.
  Default: ""False"".
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: Contains some HTML code that will be included into the footer of each Zettelstore web page.
  It only affects the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
  Zettel content, delivered via the [[API|00001012000000]] as JSON, etc. is not affected.
  Default: (the empty string).
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: Specifies the identifier of the zettel, that should be presented for the default view / home view.
  If not given or if the identifier does not identify a zettel, the zettel with the identifier ''00010000000000'' is shown.
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: Maximum number of indirect transclusion.
  This is used to avoid an exploding ""transclusion bomb"", a form of a [[billion laughs attack|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billion_laughs_attack]].
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title: Configure the running Zettelstore
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tags: #configuration #manual #zettelstore
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You can configure a running Zettelstore by modifying the special zettel with the ID [[00000000000100]].
This zettel is called __configuration zettel__.
The following metadata keys change the appearance / behavior of Zettelstore:

; [!default-copyright|''default-copyright'']
: Copyright value to be used when rendering content.
  Can be overwritten in a zettel with [[meta key|00001006020000]] ''copyright''.

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: License value to be used when rendering content.
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: Visibility to be used, if zettel does not specify a value for the [[''visibility''|00001006020000#visibility]] metadata key.
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: If set to a [[boolean true value|00001006030500]], all zettel with [[visibility ""expert""|00001010070200]] will be shown (to the owner, if [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]]; to all, otherwise).
  This affects most computed zettel.
  Default: ""False"".
; [!footer-html|''footer-html'']
: Contains some HTML code that will be included into the footer of each Zettelstore web page.
  It only affects the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
  Zettel content, delivered via the [[API|00001012000000]] as JSON, etc. is not affected.
  Default: (the empty string).
; [!home-zettel|''home-zettel'']
: Specifies the identifier of the zettel, that should be presented for the default view / home view.
  If not given or if the identifier does not identify a zettel, the zettel with the identifier ''00010000000000'' is shown.
; [!marker-external|''marker-external'']
: Some HTML code that is displayed after a [[reference to external material|00001007040310]].
  Default: ""&\#10138;"", to display a ""&#10138;"" sign.
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: Language to be used when displaying content.

  Default: ""en"".

  This value is used as a default value, if it is not set in an user's zettel or in a zettel.
  It is also used to specify the language for all non-zettel content, e.g. lists or search results.

  Use values according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].
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: Maximum number of indirect transclusion.
  This is used to avoid an exploding ""transclusion bomb"", a form of a [[billion laughs attack|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billion_laughs_attack]].
  Default: ""1024"".
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* [[``zettelstore help``|00001004050200]] lists all available sub-commands.
* [[``zettelstore version``|00001004050400]] to display version information of Zettelstore.
* [[``zettelstore run``|00001004051000]] to start the Zettelstore service.
* [[``zettelstore run-simple``|00001004051100]] is typically called, when you start Zettelstore by a double.click in your GUI.
* [[``zettelstore file``|00001004051200]] to render files manually without activated/running Zettelstore services.
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* [[``zettelstore help``|00001004050200]] lists all available sub-commands.
* [[``zettelstore version``|00001004050400]] to display version information of Zettelstore.
* [[``zettelstore run``|00001004051000]] to start the Zettelstore service.
* [[``zettelstore run-simple``|00001004051100]] is typically called, when you start Zettelstore by a double.click in your GUI.
* [[``zettelstore file``|00001004051200]] to render files manually without activated/running Zettelstore services.
* [[``zettelstore password``|00001004051400]] to calculate data for [[user authentication|00001010040200]].

To measure potential bottlenecks within the software Zettelstore, there are some [[command line flags for profiling the application|00001004059900]].

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=== ``zettelstore run``
This starts the web service.

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; [!a|''-a PORT'']
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  See the explanation of [[''admin-port''|00001004010000#admin-port]] for more details.
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  It is ignored, when the given file is not available, nor readable.

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: Specifies ''DIR'' as the directory that contains all zettel.

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=== ``zettelstore run``
This starts the web service.

```
zettelstore run [-a PORT] [-c CONFIGFILE] [-d DIR] [-debug] [-p PORT] [-r] [-v]
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; [!a|''-a PORT'']
: Specifies the TCP port through which you can reach the [[administrator console|00001004100000]].
  See the explanation of [[''admin-port''|00001004010000#admin-port]] for more details.
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: Specifies ''CONFIGFILE'' as a file, where [[startup configuration data|00001004010000]] is read.
  It is ignored, when the given file is not available, nor readable.

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=== ``zettelstore run-simple``
This sub-command is implicitly called, when an user starts Zettelstore by double-clicking on its GUI icon.
It is s simplified variant of the [[''run'' sub-command|00001004051000]].





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The directory will be created automatically, if it does not exist.
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=== ``zettelstore run-simple``
This sub-command is implicitly called, when an user starts Zettelstore by double-clicking on its GUI icon.
It is s simplified variant of the [[''run'' sub-command|00001004051000]].

First, this sub-command checks if it can read a [[Zettelstore startup configuration|00001004010000]] file by trying the [[default values|00001004051000#c]].
If this is the case, ''run-simple'' just continues as the [[''run'' sub-command|00001004051000]], but ignores any command line options (including ''-d DIR'').[^This allows a [[curious user|00001003000000]] to become an intermediate user.]


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Reads zettel data from a file (or from standard input / stdin) and renders it to standard output / stdout.
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Therefore, you can also use tools like [[netcat|https://nc110.sourceforge.io/]], [[socat|http://www.dest-unreach.org/socat/]], etc.

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It is not needed because you must be logged in on the same computer where Zettelstore is running.
You cannot connect to the administrator console if you are on a different computer.
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* Enable via [[configuration file|00001004010000#admin-port]]
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  In the future, more values may be appropriate.
  See the [[Go documentation|https://pkg.go.dev/runtime/pprof#Profile]] for details.

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  It may be removed without any further notice at any time.
  In most cases, it is a tool for software developers to optimize Zettelstore's internal workings.


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  In the future, more values may be appropriate.
  See the [[Go documentation|https://pkg.go.dev/runtime/pprof#Profile]] for details.

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  It may be removed without any further notice at any time.
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=== Predefined zettel

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The [[configuration zettel|00001004020000]] is one example.
To render the builtin [[web user interface|00001014000000]], some templates are used, as well as a [[layout specification in CSS|00000000020001]].
The icon that visualizes a broken image is a [[predefined GIF image|00000000040001]].
All of these are visible to the Zettelstore as zettel.

One reason for this is to allow you to modify these zettel to adapt Zettelstore to your needs and visual preferences.

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But data stored within an executable programm cannot be changed later[^Well, it can, but it is a very bad idea to allow this. Mostly for security reasons.].

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  in this case, the filename just the 14 digits of the zettel identifier, and optional characters except the period ''"."''.  
Other filename extensions are used to determine the ""syntax"" of a zettel.
This allows to use other content within the Zettelstore, e.g. images or HTML templates.

For example, you want to store an important figure in the Zettelstore that is encoded as a ''.png'' file.
Since each zettel contains some metadata, e.g. the title of the figure, the question arises where these data should be stores.
The solution is a meta-file with the same zettel identifier, but without a filename extension.
Zettelstore recognizes this situation and reads in both files for the one zettel containing the figure.
It maintains this relationship as long as theses files exists.

In case of some textual zettel content you do not want to store the metadata and the zettel content in two different files.
Here the ''.zettel'' extension will signal that the metadata and the zettel content will be put in the same file, separated by an empty line or a line with three dashes (""''-\-\-''"", also known as ""YAML separator"").

=== Predefined zettel

Zettelstore contains some [[predefined zettel|00001005090000]] to work properly.
The [[configuration zettel|00001004020000]] is one example.
To render the builtin [[web user interface|00001014000000]], some templates are used, as well as a [[layout specification in CSS|00000000020001]].
The icon that visualizes a broken image is a [[predefined GIF image|00000000040001]].
All of these are visible to the Zettelstore as zettel.

One reason for this is to allow you to modify these zettel to adapt Zettelstore to your needs and visual preferences.

Where are these zettel stored?
They are stored within the Zettelstore software itself, because one [[design goal|00001002000000]] was to have just one executable file to use Zettelstore.
But data stored within an executable program cannot be changed later[^Well, it can, but it is a very bad idea to allow this. Mostly for security reasons.].

To allow changing predefined zettel, both the file store and the internal zettel store are internally chained together.
If you change a zettel, it will be always stored as a file.
If a zettel is requested, Zettelstore will first try to read that zettel from a file.
If such a file was not found, the internal zettel store is searched secondly.

Therefore, the file store ""shadows"" the internal zettel store.

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The following table lists all predefined zettel with their purpose.

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| [[00000000000001]] | Zettelstore Version | Contains the version string of the running Zettelstore
| [[00000000000002]] | Zettelstore Host | Contains the name of the computer running the Zettelstore
| [[00000000000003]] | Zettelstore Operating System | Contains the operating system and CPU architecture of the computer running the Zettelstore
| [[00000000000004]] | Zettelstore License | Lists the license of Zettelstore
| [[00000000000005]] | Zettelstore Contributors | Lists all contributors of Zettelstore
| [[00000000000006]] | Zettelstore Dependencies | Lists all licensed content
| [[00000000000007]] | Zettelstore Log | Lists the last 8192 log messages
| [[00000000000020]] | Zettelstore Box Manager | Contains some statistics about zettel boxes and the the index process
| [[00000000000090]] | Zettelstore Supported Metadata Keys | Contains all supported metadata keys, their [[types|00001006030000]], and more
| [[00000000000092]] | Zettelstore Supported Parser | Lists all supported values for metadata [[syntax|00001006020000#syntax]] that are recognized by Zettelstore
| [[00000000000096]] | Zettelstore Startup Configuration | Contains the effective values of the [[startup configuration|00001004010000]]
| [[00000000000100]] | Zettelstore Runtime Configuration | Allows to [[configure Zettelstore at runtime|00001004020000]]
| [[00000000010100]] | Zettelstore Base HTML Template | Contains the general layout of the HTML view
| [[00000000010200]] | Zettelstore Login Form HTML Template | Layout of the login form, when authentication is [[enabled|00001010040100]]
| [[00000000010300]] | Zettelstore List Meta HTML Template | Used when displaying a list of zettel
| [[00000000010401]] | Zettelstore Detail HTML Template | Layout for the HTML detail view of one zettel
| [[00000000010402]] | Zettelstore Info HTML Templöate | Layout for the information view of a specific zettel
| [[00000000010403]] | Zettelstore Form HTML Template | Form that is used to create a new or to change an existing zettel that contains text
| [[00000000010404]] | Zettelstore Rename Form HTML Template | View that is displayed to change the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]]
| [[00000000010405]] | Zettelstore Delete HTML Template | View to confirm the deletion of a zettel
| [[00000000010500]] | Zettelstore List Roles HTML Template | Layout for listing all roles
| [[00000000010600]] | Zettelstore List Tags HTML Template | Layout of tags lists
| [[00000000020001]] | Zettelstore Base CSS | System-defined CSS file that is included by the [[Base HTML Template|00000000010100]]
| [[00000000025001]] | Zettelstore User CSS | User-defined CSS file that is included by the [[Base HTML Template|00000000010100]]

| [[00000000040001]] | Generic Emoji | Image that is shown if [[original image reference|00001007040322]] is invalid
| [[00000000090000]] | New Menu | Contains items that should contain in the zettel template menu
| [[00000000090001]] | New Zettel | Template for a new zettel with role ""[[zettel|00001006020100]]""
| [[00000000090002]] | New User | Template for a new [[user zettel|00001010040200]]
| [[00010000000000]] | Home | Default home zettel, contains some welcome information

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The following table lists all predefined zettel with their purpose.

|= Identifier :|= Title | Purpose
| [[00000000000001]] | Zettelstore Version | Contains the version string of the running Zettelstore
| [[00000000000002]] | Zettelstore Host | Contains the name of the computer running the Zettelstore
| [[00000000000003]] | Zettelstore Operating System | Contains the operating system and CPU architecture of the computer running the Zettelstore
| [[00000000000004]] | Zettelstore License | Lists the license of Zettelstore
| [[00000000000005]] | Zettelstore Contributors | Lists all contributors of Zettelstore
| [[00000000000006]] | Zettelstore Dependencies | Lists all licensed content
| [[00000000000007]] | Zettelstore Log | Lists the last 8192 log messages
| [[00000000000020]] | Zettelstore Box Manager | Contains some statistics about zettel boxes and the the index process
| [[00000000000090]] | Zettelstore Supported Metadata Keys | Contains all supported metadata keys, their [[types|00001006030000]], and more
| [[00000000000092]] | Zettelstore Supported Parser | Lists all supported values for metadata [[syntax|00001006020000#syntax]] that are recognized by Zettelstore
| [[00000000000096]] | Zettelstore Startup Configuration | Contains the effective values of the [[startup configuration|00001004010000]]
| [[00000000000100]] | Zettelstore Runtime Configuration | Allows to [[configure Zettelstore at runtime|00001004020000]]
| [[00000000010100]] | Zettelstore Base HTML Template | Contains the general layout of the HTML view
| [[00000000010200]] | Zettelstore Login Form HTML Template | Layout of the login form, when authentication is [[enabled|00001010040100]]
| [[00000000010300]] | Zettelstore List Zettel HTML Template | Used when displaying a list of zettel
| [[00000000010401]] | Zettelstore Detail HTML Template | Layout for the HTML detail view of one zettel
| [[00000000010402]] | Zettelstore Info HTML Template | Layout for the information view of a specific zettel
| [[00000000010403]] | Zettelstore Form HTML Template | Form that is used to create a new or to change an existing zettel that contains text
| [[00000000010404]] | Zettelstore Rename Form HTML Template | View that is displayed to change the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]]
| [[00000000010405]] | Zettelstore Delete HTML Template | View to confirm the deletion of a zettel


| [[00000000020001]] | Zettelstore Base CSS | System-defined CSS file that is included by the [[Base HTML Template|00000000010100]]
| [[00000000025001]] | Zettelstore User CSS | User-defined CSS file that is included by the [[Base HTML Template|00000000010100]]
| [[00000000029000]] | Zettelstore Role to CSS Map | [[Maps|00001017000000#role-css]] [[role|00001006020000#role]] to a zettel identifier that is included by the [[Base HTML Template|00000000010100]] as an CSS file 
| [[00000000040001]] | Generic Emoji | Image that is shown if [[original image reference|00001007040322]] is invalid
| [[00000000090000]] | New Menu | Contains items that should contain in the zettel template menu
| [[00000000090001]] | New Zettel | Template for a new zettel with role ""[[zettel|00001006020100]]""
| [[00000000090002]] | New User | Template for a new [[user zettel|00001010040200]]
| [[00010000000000]] | Home | Default home zettel, contains some welcome information

If a zettel is not linked, it is not accessible for the current user.

**Important:** All identifier may change until a stable version of the software is released.

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A zettel consists of two parts: the metadata and the zettel content.
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Other text formats are also supported, like CSS and HTML templates.
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Zettelstore contains some predefined parsers that interpret the zettel content to the syntax of the zettel.
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Other text formats are also supported, like CSS and HTML templates.
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There is support for a graphical format with a text representation: SVG.
And there is support for some binary image formats, like GIF, PNG, and JPEG.

=== Plain, parsed, and evaluated zettel
Zettelstore may present your zettel in various forms.
One way is to present the zettel as it was read by Zettelstore.
This is called ""[[plain zettel|00001003000000#plain]]"", typically retrieved with the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/z/{ID}''.

The second way is to present the zettel as it was recognized by Zettelstore.
This is called ""[[parsed zettel|00001012053600]]"", typically retrieved with the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/p/{ID}''.
Such a zettel was read and analyzed.
It can be presented in various [[encodings|00001012920500]].[^The [[zmk encoding|00001012920522]] allows you to compare the plain, the parsed, and the evaluated form of a zettel.]

However, a zettel such as this one you are currently reading, is a ""[[evaluated zettel|00001012053500]]"", typically retrieved with the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/v/{ID}''.
The biggest difference to a parsed zettel is the inclusion of [[block transclusions|00001007031100]] or [[inline transclusions|00001007040324]] for an evaluated zettel.
It can also be presented in various encoding, including the ""zmk"" encoding.
Evaluations also applies to metadata of a zettel, if appropriate.

Please note, that searching for content is based on parsed zettel.
Transcluded content will only be found in transcluded zettel, but not in the zettel that transcluded the content.
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Although you are free to define your own metadata, by using any key (according to the [[syntax|00001006010000]]), some keys have a special meaning that is enforced by Zettelstore.
See the [[computed list of supported metadata keys|00000000000090]] for details.

Most keys conform to a [[type|00001006030000]].

; [!all-tags|''all-tags'']
: A property (a computed values that is not stored) that contains both the value of [[''tags''|#tags]] together with all [[tags|00001007040000#tag]] that are specified within the content.

; [!back|''back'']
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  Basically, it is the value of [[''backward''|#bachward]], but without any zettel identifier that is contained in [[''forward''|#forward]].
; [!backward|''backward'']
: Is a property that contains the identifier of all zettel that reference the zettel of this metadata.
  References within invertible values are not included here, e.g. [[''precursor''|#precursor]].
; [!box-number|''box-number'']
: Is a computed value and contains the number of the box where the zettel was found.
  For all but the [[predefined zettel|00001005090000]], this number is equal to the number __X__ specified in startup configuration key [[''box-uri-__X__''|00001004010000#box-uri-x]].
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: Contains the hashed password, as it was emitted by [[``zettelstore password``|00001004051400]].
  It is internally created by hashing the password, the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]], and the value of the ''ident'' key.

  It is only used for zettel with a ''role'' value of ""user"".
; [!dead|''dead'']
: Property that contains all references that does __not__ identify a zettel.
; [!folge|''folge'']
: Is a property that contains identifier of all zettel that reference this zettel through the [[''precursor''|#precursor]] value.
; [!forward|''forward'']
: Property that contains all references that identify another zettel within the content of the zettel.
; [!id|''id'']
: Contains the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]], as given by the Zettelstore.
  It cannot be set manually, because it is a computed value.
; [!lang|''lang'']
: Language for the zettel.
  Mostly used for HTML rendering of the zettel.
  If not given, the value ''default-lang'' from the  [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-lang]] will be used.


  Use values according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].
; [!license|''license'']
: Defines a license string that will be rendered.
  If not given, the value ''default-license'' from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-license]] will be used.
; [!modified|''modified'']
: Date and time when a zettel was modified through Zettelstore.
  If you edit a zettel with an editor software outside Zettelstore, you should set it manually to an appropriate value.

  This is a computed value.
  There is no need to set it via Zettelstore.
; [!precursor|''precursor'']
: References zettel for which this zettel is a ""Folgezettel"" / follow-up zettel.
  Basically the inverse of key [[''folge''|#folge]].
; [!published|''published'']
: This property contains the timestamp of the mast modification / creation of the zettel.
  If [[''modified''|#modified]] is set, it contains the same value.

  Otherwise, if the zettel identifier contains a valid timestamp, the identifier is used.
  In all other cases, this property is not set.

  It can be used for [[sorting|00001012052000]] zettel based on their publication date.

  It is a computed value.
  There is no need to set it via Zettelstore.
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: Marks a zettel as read-only.
  The interpretation of [[supported values|00001006020400]] for this key depends, whether authentication is [[enabled|00001010040100]] or not.
; [!role|''role'']
: Defines the role of the zettel.
  Can be used for selecting zettel.
  See [[supported zettel roles|00001006020100]].
  If not given, the value ''default-role'' from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-role]] will be used.
; [!syntax|''syntax'']
: Specifies the syntax that should be used for interpreting the zettel.
  The zettel about [[other markup languages|00001008000000]] defines supported values.
  If not given, the value ''default-syntax'' from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-syntax]] will be used.
; [!tags|''tags'']
: Contains a space separated list of tags to describe the zettel further.
  Each Tag must begin with the number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023).
; [!title|''title'']
: Specifies the title of the zettel.
  If not given, the value ''default-title'' from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-title]] will be used.

  You can use all [[inline-structured elements|00001007040000]] of Zettelmarkup.
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: Defines an URL / URI for this zettel that possibly references external material.
  One use case is to specify the document that the current zettel comments on.
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; [!author|''author'']
: A string value describing the author of a zettel.
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: Is a property that contains the identifier of all zettel that reference the zettel of this metadata, that are not referenced by this zettel.
  Basically, it is the value of [[''backward''|#backward]], but without any zettel identifier that is contained in [[''forward''|#forward]].
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: Is a property that contains the identifier of all zettel that reference the zettel of this metadata.
  References within invertible values are not included here, e.g. [[''precursor''|#precursor]].
; [!box-number|''box-number'']
: Is a computed value and contains the number of the box where the zettel was found.
  For all but the [[predefined zettel|00001005090000]], this number is equal to the number __X__ specified in startup configuration key [[''box-uri-__X__''|00001004010000#box-uri-x]].
; [!copyright|''copyright'']
: Defines a copyright string that will be encoded.
  If not given, the value ''default-copyright'' from the  [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-copyright]] will be used.
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: Date and time when a zettel was created through Zettelstore.
  If you create a zettel with an editor software outside Zettelstore, you should set it manually to an appropriate value.

  This is a computed value.
  There is no need to set it via Zettelstore.
  
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  Please note that the value von ''created'' will be different (in most cases) to the value of [[''id''|#id]] / the zettel identifier, because it is exact up to the second.
  When calculating a zettel identifier, Zettelstore tries to set the second value to zero, if possible.
; [!credential|''credential'']
: Contains the hashed password, as it was emitted by [[``zettelstore password``|00001004051400]].
  It is internally created by hashing the password, the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]], and the value of the ''ident'' key.

  It is only used for zettel with a ''role'' value of ""user"".
; [!dead|''dead'']
: Property that contains all references that does __not__ identify a zettel.
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: Is a property that contains identifier of all zettel that reference this zettel through the [[''precursor''|#precursor]] value.
; [!forward|''forward'']
: Property that contains all references that identify another zettel within the content of the zettel.
; [!id|''id'']
: Contains the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]], as given by the Zettelstore.
  It cannot be set manually, because it is a computed value.
; [!lang|''lang'']
: Language for the zettel.
  Mostly used for HTML rendering of the zettel.

  If not given, the value ''lang'' from the zettel of the [[current user|00001010040200]] will be used.
  If that value is also not available, it is read from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#lang]] will be used.
  Use values according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].
; [!license|''license'']
: Defines a license string that will be rendered.
  If not given, the value ''default-license'' from the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-license]] will be used.
; [!modified|''modified'']
: Date and time when a zettel was modified through Zettelstore.
  If you edit a zettel with an editor software outside Zettelstore, you should set it manually to an appropriate value.

  This is a computed value.
  There is no need to set it via Zettelstore.
; [!precursor|''precursor'']
: References zettel for which this zettel is a ""Folgezettel"" / follow-up zettel.
  Basically the inverse of key [[''folge''|#folge]].
; [!published|''published'']
: This property contains the timestamp of the mast modification / creation of the zettel.
  If [[''modified''|#modified]] is set with a valid timestamp, it contains the its value.
  Otherwise, if [[''created''|#created]] is set with a valid timestamp, it contains the its value.
  Otherwise, if the zettel identifier contains a valid timestamp, the identifier is used.
  In all other cases, this property is not set.

  It can be used for [[sorting|00001007700000]] zettel based on their publication date.

  It is a computed value.
  There is no need to set it via Zettelstore.
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: Marks a zettel as read-only.
  The interpretation of [[supported values|00001006020400]] for this key depends, whether authentication is [[enabled|00001010040100]] or not.
; [!role|''role'']
: Defines the role of the zettel.
  Can be used for selecting zettel.
  See [[supported zettel roles|00001006020100]].
  If not given, it is ignored.
; [!syntax|''syntax'']
: Specifies the syntax that should be used for interpreting the zettel.
  The zettel about [[other markup languages|00001008000000]] defines supported values.
  If it is not given, it defaults to ''plain''.
; [!tags|''tags'']
: Contains a space separated list of tags to describe the zettel further.
  Each Tag must begin with the number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023).
; [!title|''title'']
: Specifies the title of the zettel.
  If not given, the value of [[''id''|#id]] will be used.

  You can use all [[inline-structured elements|00001007040000]] of Zettelmarkup.
; [!url|''url'']
: Defines an URL / URI for this zettel that possibly references external material.
  One use case is to specify the document that the current zettel comments on.
  The URL will be rendered special in the [[web user interface|00001014000000]] if you use the default template.
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=== Allowed values
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=== Allowed values
All printable characters are allowed.
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=== Query operators
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A comparison will never match in any way.

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=== Allowed values
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This check is done case-insensitive.

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=== Allowed values
Must be a sequence of 14 digits (""0""--""9"").

=== Match operator
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=== Allowed values
Must be a sequence of 14 digits (""0""--""9"").

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A set is different to a list, as no duplicate values are allowed.

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Must be at least one sequence of 14 digits (""0""--""9""), separated by space characters.

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=== Allowed values
Must be a sequence of digits (""0""--""9""), optionally prefixed with a ""-"" or a ""+"" character.

=== Match operator
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=== Allowed values
Must be a sequence of digits (""0""--""9""), optionally prefixed with a ""-"" or a ""+"" character.

=== Query operator

All comparisons are done on the given string representation of the number, ""+12"" will be treated as a different number of ""12"".


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=== Allowed values
All printable characters are allowed.
There must be at least one such character.

=== Match operator
A value matches a String value, if the first value is part of the String value.
This check is done case-insensitive.

For example, ""hell"" matches ""Hello"".

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A set is different to a list, as no duplicate values are allowed.

=== Allowed values
Every tag must must begin with the number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023), followed by at least one printable character.
Tags are separated by space characters.

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Values of this type are [[String|00001006033500]] values, interpreted as [[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]].

=== Allowed values
All printable characters are allowed.
There must be at least one such character.

=== Query operator
Comparison is done similar to the full-text search: both the value to compare and the metadata value are normalized according to Unicode NKFD, ignoring everything except letters and numbers.
Letters are mapped to the corresponding lower-case value.

For example, ""Brücke"" will be the prefix of ""(Bruckenpfeiler,"".

=== Sorting
To sort two values, the underlying encoding is used to determine which value is less than the other.

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This list may change in the future.

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Zettelmarkup is a rich plain-text based markup language for writing zettel content.
Besides the zettel content, Zettelmarkup is also used for specifying the title of a zettel, regardless of the syntax of a zettel.

Zettelmark supports the longevity of stored notes by providing a syntax that any person can easily read, as well as a computer.
Zettelmark can be much easier parsed / consumed by a software compared to other markup languages.
Writing a parser for [[Markdown|https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax]] is quite challenging.
[[CommonMark|00001008010500]] is an attempt to make it simpler by providing a comprehensive specification, combined with an extra chapter to give hints for the implementation.
Zettelmark follows some simple principles that anybody who knows to ho write software should be able understand to create an implementation.

Zettelmarkup is a markup language on its own.
This is in contrast to Markdown, which is basically a superset of HTML.
While HTML is a markup language that will probably last for a long time, it cannot be easily translated to other formats, such as PDF, JSON, or LaTeX.
Additionally, it is allowed to embed other languages into HTML, such as CSS or even JavaScript.
This could create problems with longevity as well as security problems.

Zettelmarkup is a rich markup language, but it focusses on relatively short zettel content.
It allows embedding other content, simple tables, quotations, description lists, and images.
It provides a broad range of inline formatting, including __emphasized__, **strong**, ~~deleted~~{-} and >>inserted>> text.
Footnotes[^like this] are supported, links to other zettel and to external material, as well as citation keys.

Zettelmarkup might be seen as a proprietary markup language.
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Zettelmarkup is a rich plain-text based markup language for writing zettel content.
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Zettelmarkup supports the longevity of stored notes by providing a syntax that any person can easily read, as well as a computer.
Zettelmarkup can be much easier parsed / consumed by a software compared to other markup languages.
Writing a parser for [[Markdown|https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax]] is quite challenging.
[[CommonMark|00001008010500]] is an attempt to make it simpler by providing a comprehensive specification, combined with an extra chapter to give hints for the implementation.
Zettelmarkup follows some simple principles that anybody who knows to ho write software should be able understand to create an implementation.

Zettelmarkup is a markup language on its own.
This is in contrast to Markdown, which is basically a super-set of HTML.
While HTML is a markup language that will probably last for a long time, it cannot be easily translated to other formats, such as PDF, JSON, or LaTeX.
Additionally, it is allowed to embed other languages into HTML, such as CSS or even JavaScript.
This could create problems with longevity as well as security problems.

Zettelmarkup is a rich markup language, but it focuses on relatively short zettel content.
It allows embedding other content, simple tables, quotations, description lists, and images.
It provides a broad range of inline formatting, including __emphasized__, **strong**, ~~deleted~~{-} and >>inserted>> text.
Footnotes[^like this] are supported, links to other zettel and to external material, as well as citation keys.

Zettelmarkup might be seen as a proprietary markup language.
But if you want to use [[Markdown/CommonMark|00001008010000]] and you need support for footnotes or tables, you'll end up with proprietary extensions.
However, the Zettelstore supports CommonMark as a zettel syntax, so you can mix both Zettelmarkup zettel and CommonMark zettel in one store to get the best of both worlds.

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One inline element that does not begin with two characters is the ""entity"".
It allows to specify any Unicode character.
The specification of that character is put between an ampersand character and a semicolon: ``&...;``{=zmk}.
For exmple, an ""n-dash"" could also be specified as ``&ndash;``{==zmk}.

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This allows to resolve some left ambiguities.
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This allows to resolve some left ambiguities.
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* [[Region blocks|00001007030800]] just mark regions, e.g. for common formatting,
* [[Comment blocks|00001007030900]] allow to enter text that will be ignored when rendered.
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* [[Math-mode blocks|00001007031400]] can be used to enter mathematical formulas / equations.
* [[Inline-Zettel blocks|00001007031200]] provide a mechanism to specify zettel content with a new syntax without creating a new zettel.

=== Tables

Similar to lists are tables not specified explicitly.
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A simple way to enter a quotation is to use the [[quotation list|00001007030200]].
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tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk

modified: 20220218133058

A transclusion allows to include the content of another zettel into the current zettel just by referencing the other zettel.

The transclusion specification begins with three consecutive left curly bracket characters (""''{''"", U+007B) at the first position of a line and ends with three consecutive right curly bracket characters (""''}''"", U+007D).
The curly brackets delimit the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] to be included.

First, the referenced zettel is read.
If it contains some transclusions itself, these will be expanded, recursively.
When a recursion is detected, expansion does not take place.
Instead an error message replaces the transclude specification.

An error message is also given, if the zettel cannot be read or if too many transclusions are made.
The maximum number of transclusion can be controlled by setting the value [[''max-transclusions''|00001004020000#max-transclusions]] of the runtime configuration zettel.

If everything went well, the referenced, expanded zettel will replace the transclusion element.

For example, to include the text of the Zettel titled ""Zettel identifier"", just specify its identifier [[''00001006050000''|00001006050000]] in the transclude element:
```zmk
{{{00001006050000}}}
```
This will result in:
:::example
{{{00001006050000}}}
:::

Please note: if the referenced zettel is changed, all transclusions will also change.

This allows, for example, to create a bigger document just by transcluding smaller zettel.

=== See also
[[Inline-mode transclusion|00001007040324]] does not work at the paragraph / block level, but is used for [[inline-structured elements|00001007040000]].





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title: Zettelmarkup: Transclusion
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tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220131151022
modified: 20220922155031

A transclusion allows to include the content of other zettel into the current zettel.

The transclusion specification begins with three consecutive left curly bracket characters (""''{''"", U+007B) at the first position of a line and ends with three consecutive right curly bracket characters (""''}''"", U+007D).
The curly brackets delimit either a [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] or a searched zettel list.
You can add some [[attributes|00001007050000]], although a transclusion does not support the default attribute.

Any other characters in this line will be ignored.





This leads to three variants of transclusions:
# Transclusion of the content of another zettel into the current zettel.
  This is done if you specify a zettel identifier, and is called __zettel transclusion__.


# Transclusion of the list of zettel references that satisfy a [[query expression|00001007700000]].

  This is called __query transclusion__.

# Transclusion of the content of an image, referenced by a [[hosted or based|00001007040310#link-specifications]] link / URL.



The first two variants are described on separate zettel:

* [[Zettel transclusion|00001007031110]]

* [[Query transclusion|00001007031140]]

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title: Zettelmarkup: Zettel Transclusion
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220809132350
modified: 20220926183331

A zettel transclusion is specified by the following sequence, starting at the first position in a line: ''{{{zettel-identifier}}}''.

When evaluated, the referenced zettel is read.
If it contains some transclusions itself, these will be expanded, recursively.
When a recursion is detected, expansion does not take place.
Instead an error message replaces the transclude specification.

An error message is also given, if the zettel cannot be read or if too many transclusions are made.
The maximum number of transclusion can be controlled by setting the value [[''max-transclusions''|00001004020000#max-transclusions]] of the runtime configuration zettel.

If everything went well, the referenced, expanded zettel will replace the transclusion element.

For example, to include the text of the Zettel titled ""Zettel identifier"", just specify its identifier [[''00001006050000''|00001006050000]] in the transclude element:
```zmk
{{{00001006050000}}}
```
This will result in:
:::example
{{{00001006050000}}}
:::

Please note: if the referenced zettel is changed, all transclusions will also change.

This allows, for example, to create a bigger document just by transcluding smaller zettel.

In addition, if a zettel __z__ transcludes a zettel __t__, but the current user is not allowed to view zettel __t__ (but zettel __z__), then the transclusion will not take place.
To the current user, it seems that there was no transclusion in zettel __z__.
This allows to create a zettel with content that seems to be changed, depending on the authorization of the current user.

---
Any [[attributes|00001007050000]] added to the transclusion will set/overwrite the appropriate metadata of the included zettel.
Of course, this applies only to thoes attribtues, which have a valid name for a metadata key.
This allows to control the evaluation of the included zettel, especially for zettel containing a diagram description.

=== See also
[[Inline-mode transclusion|00001007040324]] does not work at the paragraph / block level, but is used for [[inline-structured elements|00001007040000]].

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title: Zettelmarkup: Query Transclusion
role: manual
tags: #manual #search #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220809132350
modified: 20220926183539

A query transclusion is specified by the following sequence, starting at the first position in a line: ''{{{query:query-expression}}}''.
The line must literally start with the sequence ''{{{query:''.
Everything after this prefix is interpreted as a [[query expression|00001007700000]].

When evaluated, the query expression is evaluated, often resulting in a list of [[links|00001007040310]] to zettel, matching the query expression.
The result replaces the query transclusion element.

For example, to include the list of all zettel with the [[tags|00001006020000#tags]] ""#search"", ordered by title specify the following query transclude element:
```zmk
{{{query:tags:#search ORDER title}}}
```
This will result in:
:::example
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:::

For example, this allows to create a dynamic list of zettel inside a zettel, maybe to provide some introductory text followed by a list of child zettel.

The query will deliver only those zettel, which the current user is allowed to read.

In the above example, the action list is empty.
This leads to the described list of zettel.

The following actions are supported, parameter and aggregate actions:
; ''N'' (or any word that starts with ""''N''"" (parameter)
: The resulting list will be a numbered list.
; ''MINn'' (parameter)
: Emit only those values with at least __n__ aggregated values.
  __n__ must be a positive integer, ''MIN'' must be given in upper-case letters.
; ''MAXn'' (parameter)
: Emit only those values with at most __n__ aggregated values.
  __n__ must be a positive integer, ''MAX'' must be given in upper-case letters.
; ''TITLE'' (parameter)
: All words following ''TITLE'' are joined together to form a title.
  It is used for the ''RSS'' action.
; ''RSS'' (aggregate)
: Transform the zettel list into an [[RSS 2.0|https://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification]]-conformant document.
  The document is embedded into the referencing zettel.
; Any [[metadata key|00001006020000]] of type [[Word|00001006035500]], [[WordSet|00001006036000]], or [[TagSet|00001006034000]] (aggregates)
: Emit an aggregate of the given metadata key.
  The key can be given in any letter case.

```zmk
{{{query:tags:#search | tags}}}
```
This is a tag cloud of all tags that are used together with the tag #search:
:::example
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title: Zettelmarkup: Inline-Zettel Block
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
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An inline-zettel block allows to specify some content with another syntax without creating a new zettel.
This is useful, for example, if you want to specify a [[simple drawing|00001008050000]] within your zettel and you are sure that you do not need the drawing in another context.
Another example is to embed some [[Markdown|00001008010500]] content, because you are too lazy to translate Markdown into Zettelmarkup.[^However, translating into Zettelmarkup is quite easy with the [[zmk encoder|00001012920522]].]
A last example is to specify HTML code to use it for some kind of web frontend framework.

As all other [[line-range blocks|00001007030000#line-range-blocks]], an inline-zettel block begins with at least three identical characters, starting at the first position of a line.
For inline-zettel blocks, the at-sign character (""''@''"", U+0040) is used.

You can add some [[attributes|00001007050000]] on the beginning line of a verbatim block, following the initiating characters.
The inline-zettel block uses the attribute key ""syntax"" to specify the [[syntax|00001008000000]] of the inline-zettel.
Alternatively, you can use the generic attribute to specify the syntax value.
If no value is provided, ""draw"" is assumed.

Any other character in this first line will be ignored.

Text following the beginning line will not be interpreted, until a line begins with at least the same number of the same at-sign characters given at the beginning line.
This allows to enter some at-sign characters in the text that should not be interpreted at this level.

Some examples:
```zmk
@@@draw
+-------+      +-------+
| Box 1 | ---> | Box 2 |
+-------+      +-------+
@@@
```
This will be rendered as:
:::example
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+-------+      +-------+
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+-------+      +-------+
@@@
:::

Using Markdown syntax:
```zmk
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title: Zettelmarkup: Inline-Zettel Block
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syntax: zmk
modified: 20220311112247

An inline-zettel block allows to specify some content with another syntax without creating a new zettel.

This is useful, for example, if you want to embed some [[Markdown|00001008010500]] content, because you are too lazy to translate Markdown into Zettelmarkup.
Another example is to specify HTML code to use it for some kind of web front-end framework.

As all other [[line-range blocks|00001007030000#line-range-blocks]], an inline-zettel block begins with at least three identical characters, starting at the first position of a line.
For inline-zettel blocks, the at-sign character (""''@''"", U+0040) is used.

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The inline-zettel block uses the attribute key ""syntax"" to specify the [[syntax|00001008000000]] of the inline-zettel.
Alternatively, you can use the generic attribute to specify the syntax value.
If no value is provided, ""[[text|00001008000000#text]]"" is assumed.

Any other character in this first line will be ignored.

Text following the beginning line will not be interpreted, until a line begins with at least the same number of the same at-sign characters given at the beginning line.
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title: Zettelmarkup: Evaluation Blocks
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220311120658

Evaluation blocks are used to enter text that could be evaluated by either Zettelstore or external software.
They begin with at least three tilde characters (""''~''"", U+007E) at the first position of a line.

You can add some [[attributes|00001007050000]] on the beginning line of a verbatim block, following the initiating characters.
The evaluation block supports the default attribute[^Depending on the syntax value.]: when given, all spaces in the text are rendered in HTML as open box characters (U+2423).
If you want to give only one attribute and this attribute is the generic attribute, you can omit the most of the attribute syntax and just specify the value.
It will be interpreted as a [[syntax|00001008000000]] value to evaluate its content.
Not all syntax values are supported by Zettelstore.[^Currently just ""[[draw|00001008050000]]"".]
The main reason for an evaluation block is to be used with external software via the [[ZJSON encoding|00001012920503]].

Any other character in this line will be ignored

Text following the beginning line will not be interpreted, until a line begins with at least the same number of the same characters given at the beginning line.
This allows to enter some tilde characters in the text that should not be interpreted.

For example:
`````zmk
~~~~
~~~
~~~~
`````
will be rendered in HTML as:
:::example
~~~~
~~~
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:::

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~~~{-}
This is  some
text with no 
  real sense.
~~~~
`````
will be rendered as:
:::example
~~~{-}
This is  some
text with no 
  real sense.
~~~~
:::

`````zmk
~~~draw
+---+     +---+
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+---+     +---+
~~~
`````
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title: Zettelmarkup: Math-mode Blocks
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220311182505

Math-mode blocks are used to enter mathematical formulas / equations in a display style mode.
Similar to a [[evaluation blocks|00001007031300]], the block content will be interpreted by either Zettelstore or an external software.
They begin with at least three dollar sign characters (""''$''"", U+0024) at the first position of a line.

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If you want to give only one attribute and this attribute is the generic attribute, you can omit the most of the attribute syntax and just specify the value.
It will be interpreted as a [[syntax|00001008000000]] value to evaluate its content.
Alternatively, you could provide an attribute with the key ""syntax"" and use the value to specify the syntax.
Not all syntax values are supported by Zettelstore.[^Currently: none.]
External software might support several values via the [[ZJSON encoding|00001012920503]].

Any other character in this line will be ignored

Text following the beginning line will not be interpreted, until a line begins with at least the same number of the same characters given at the beginning line.
This allows to enter some dollar-sign characters in the text that should not be interpreted.

For example:
`````zmk
$$$$
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`````
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  F(x) &= \int^a_b \frac{1}{3}x^3
\end{align*}
$$$
`````
is rendered as:
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  f(x) &= x^2\\
  g(x) &= \frac{1}{x}\\
  F(x) &= \int^a_b \frac{1}{3}x^3
\end{align*}
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The content of a zettel contains is many cases just ordinary text, lightly formatted.
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created: 20210126175322
modified: 20220920143243

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==== Backslash
The backslash character (""''\\''"", U+005C) gives the next character another meaning.
* If a space character follows, it is converted in a non-breaking space (U+00A0).
* If a line ending follows the backslash character, the line break is converted from a __soft break__ into a __hard break__.
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  For example, if you want to enter a ""'']''"" into a [[footnote text|00001007040330]], you should escape it with a backslash.

==== Tag
Any text that begins with a number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023), followed by a non-empty sequence of Unicode letters, Unicode digits, the hyphen-minus character (""''-''"", U+002D), or the low line character (""''_''"", U+005F) is interpreted as an __inline tag__.
They are be considered equivalent to tags in metadata.

==== Entities & more
Sometimes it is not easy to enter special characters.
If you know the Unicode code point of that character, or its name according to the [[HTML standard|https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/named-characters.html]], you can enter it by number or by name.

Regardless which method you use, an entity always begins with an ampersand character (""''&''"", U+0026) and ends with a semicolon character (""'';''"", U+003B).
If you know the HTML name of the character you want to enter, put it between these two character.
Example: ``&amp;`` is rendered as ::&amp;::{=example}.

If you want to enter its numeric code point, a number sign character must follow the ampersand character, followed by digits to base 10.
Example: ``&#38;`` is rendered in HTML as ::&#38;::{=example}.

You also can enter its numeric code point as a hex number, if you put the letter ""x"" after the numeric sign character.
Example: ``&#x26;`` is rendered in HTML as ::&#x26;::{=example}.




Since some Unicode character are used quite often, a special notation is introduced for them:

* Two consecutive hyphen-minus characters result in an __en-dash__ character.
  It is typically used in numeric ranges.
  ``pages 4--7`` will be rendered in HTML as: ::pages 4--7::{=example}.
  Alternative specifications are: ``&ndash;``, ``&x8211``, and ``&#x2013``.
* Three consecutive full stop characters (""''.''"", U+002E) after a space result in an horizontal ellipsis character.
  ``to be continued ... later`` will be rendered in HTML as: ::to be continued, ... later::{=example}.
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* If a space character follows, it is converted in a non-breaking space (U+00A0).
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  For example, if you want to enter a ""'']''"" into a [[footnote text|00001007040330]], you should escape it with a backslash.





==== Entities & more
Sometimes it is not easy to enter special characters.
If you know the Unicode code point of that character, or its name according to the [[HTML standard|https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/named-characters.html]], you can enter it by number or by name.

Regardless which method you use, an entity always begins with an ampersand character (""''&''"", U+0026) and ends with a semicolon character (""'';''"", U+003B).
If you know the HTML name of the character you want to enter, put it between these two character.
Example: ``&amp;`` is rendered as ::&amp;::{=example}.

If you want to enter its numeric code point, a number sign character must follow the ampersand character, followed by digits to base 10.
Example: ``&#38;`` is rendered in HTML as ::&#38;::{=example}.

You also can enter its numeric code point as a hex number, if you put the letter ""x"" after the numeric sign character.
Example: ``&#x26;`` is rendered in HTML as ::&#x26;::{=example}.

According to the [[HTML Standard|https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/syntax.html#character-references]], some numeric code points are not allowed.
These are all code point below the numeric value 32 (decimal) or 0x20 (hex) and all code points for [[noncharacter|https://infra.spec.whatwg.org/#noncharacter]] values.

Since some Unicode character are used quite often, a special notation is introduced for them:

* Two consecutive hyphen-minus characters result in an __en-dash__ character.
  It is typically used in numeric ranges.
  ``pages 4--7`` will be rendered in HTML as: ::pages 4--7::{=example}.
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** Example: ``abc **def** ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc **def** ghi::{=example}.
* The greater-than sign character (""''>''"", U+003E) marks text as inserted.
** Example: ``abc >>def>> ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc >>def>> ghi::{=example}.
* Similar, the tilde character (""''~''"", U+007E) marks deleted text.
** Example: ``abc ~~def~~ ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc ~~def~~ ghi::{=example}.
* The circumflex accent character (""''^''"", U+005E) allows to enter superscripted text.
** Example: ``e=mc^^2^^`` is rendered in HTML as: ::e=mc^^2^^::{=example}.
* The comma character (""'',''"", U+002C) produces subscripted text.
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* The quotation mark character (""''"''"", U+0022) marks an inline quotation, according to the [[specified language|00001007050100]].
** Example: ``""To be or not""`` is rendered in HTML as: ::""To be or not""::{=example}.
** Example: ``""Sein oder nicht""{lang=de}`` is rendered in HTML as: ::""Sein oder nicht""{lang=de}::{=example}.
* The colon character (""'':''"", U+003A) mark some text that should belong together. It fills a similar role as [[region blocks|00001007030800]], but just for inline elements.
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** Example: ``abc **def** ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc **def** ghi::{=example}.
* The greater-than sign character (""''>''"", U+003E) marks text as inserted.
** Example: ``abc >>def>> ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc >>def>> ghi::{=example}.
* Similar, the tilde character (""''~''"", U+007E) marks deleted text.
** Example: ``abc ~~def~~ ghi`` is rendered in HTML as: ::abc ~~def~~ ghi::{=example}.
* The circumflex accent character (""''^''"", U+005E) allows to enter super-scripted text.
** Example: ``e=mc^^2^^`` is rendered in HTML as: ::e=mc^^2^^::{=example}.
* The comma character (""'',''"", U+002C) produces sub-scripted text.
** Example: ``H,,2,,O`` is rendered in HTML as: ::H,,2,,O::{=example}.
* The quotation mark character (""''"''"", U+0022) marks an inline quotation, according to the [[specified language|00001007050100]].
** Example: ``""To be or not""`` is rendered in HTML as: ::""To be or not""::{=example}.
** Example: ``""Sein oder nicht""{lang=de}`` is rendered in HTML as: ::""Sein oder nicht""{lang=de}::{=example}.
* The colon character (""'':''"", U+003A) mark some text that should belong together. It fills a similar role as [[region blocks|00001007030800]], but just for inline elements.
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If no value is provided, ""draw"" is assumed.

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=== Inline-zettel snippet
To specify an inline snippet in a different [[syntax|00001008000000]], delimit your text with two at-sign characters (""''@''"", U+0040) on each side.

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Either use the attribute key ""syntax"" or use the generic attribute to specify the syntax value.
If no value is provided, ""[[text|00001008000000#text]]"" is assumed.

Examples:
* ``A @@-->@@ B`` renders in HTML as ::A @@-->@@ B::{=example}.
* ``@@<small>@@{=html}Small@@</small>@@{=html}`` renders in HTML as ::@@<small>@@{=html}Small@@</small>@@{=html}::{=example}.

To some degree, an inline-zettel snippet is the @@<small>@@{=html}smaller@@</small>@@{=html} sibling of the [[inline-zettel block|00001007031200]].
For HTML syntax, the same rules apply.

=== Math mode / $$\TeX$$ input
This allows to enter text, that is typically interpreted by $$\TeX$$ or similar software.
The main difference to all other literal-like formatting above is that the backslash character (""''\\''"", U+005C) has no special meaning.
Therefore it is well suited the enter text with a lot of backslash characters.

Math mode text is delimited with two dollar signs (""''$''"", U+0024) on each side.

You can add some [[attributes|00001007050000]] immediate after the two closing at-sign characters to specify the syntax to use.
Either use the attribute key ""syntax"" or use the generic attribute to specify the syntax value.
If no syntax value is provided, math mode text roughly corresponds to literal text.

Currently, Zettelstore does not support any syntax.
This will probably change.
However, external software might support specific syntax value, like ""tex"", ""latex"", ""mathjax"", ""itex"", or ""webtex"".
Even an empty syntax value might be supported.

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Both kinds begin with two consecutive left square bracket characters (""''[''"", U+005B) and ends with two consecutive right square bracket characters (""'']''"", U+005D).

The first form provides some text plus the link specification, delimited by a vertical bar character (""''|''"", U+007C): ``[[text|linkspecification]]``.



The second form just provides a link specification between the square brackets.
Its text is derived from the link specification, e.g. by interpreting the link specification as text: ``[[linkspecification]]``.


The link specification for another zettel within the same Zettelstore is just the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].
To reference some content within a zettel, you can append a number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023) and the name of the mark to the zettel identifier.
The resulting reference is called ""zettel reference"".




To specify some material outside the Zettelstore, just use an normal Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) as defined by [[RFC\ 3986|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986]].



If the URL begins with the slash character (""/"", U+002F), or if it begins with ""./"" or with ""../"", i.e. without scheme, user info, and host name, the reference will be treated as a ""local reference"", otherwise as an ""external reference"".
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There are two kinds of links, regardless of links to (internal) other zettel or to (external) material.
Both kinds begin with two consecutive left square bracket characters (""''[''"", U+005B) and ends with two consecutive right square bracket characters (""'']''"", U+005D).

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However, it should not contain links itself.

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=== Link specifications
The link specification for another zettel within the same Zettelstore is just the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].
To reference some content within a zettel, you can append a number sign character (""''#''"", U+0023) and the name of the mark to the zettel identifier.
The resulting reference is called ""zettel reference"".

If the link specification begins with the string ''query:'', the text following this string will be interpreted as a [[query expression|00001007700000]].
The resulting reference is called ""query reference"".
When this type of references is rendered, it will typically reference a list of all zettel that fulfills the query expression.

A link specification starting with one slash character (""''/''"", U+002F), or one or two full stop characters (""''.''"", U+002E) followed by a slash character,
will be interpreted as a local reference, called __hosted reference__.
Such references will be interpreted relative to the web server hosting the Zettelstore.

If a link specification begins with two slash characters (called __based reference__), it will be interpreted relative to the value of [[''url-prefix''|00001004010000#url-prefix]].

To specify some material outside the Zettelstore, just use an normal Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) as defined by [[RFC\ 3986|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986]].

=== Other topics
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Both contain a reference specification and optionally some text.
In contrast to a link, the specification of embedded material must currently resolve to some kind of real content.
This content replaces the embed specification.

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One difference to a link: if the text was not given, an empty string is assumed.

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To some degree, an specification for embedded material is conceptually not too far away from a specification for [[linked material|00001007040310]].
Both contain a reference specification and optionally some text.
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Inline-mode transclusion applies to all zettel that are parsed in a non-trivial way, e.g. as structured textual content.
For example, textual content is assumed if the [[syntax|00001006020000#syntax]] of a zettel is ""zmk"" ([[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]]), or ""markdown"" / ""md"" ([[Markdown|00001008010000]]).
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A citation key references some external material that is part of a bibliographical collection.

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Alternatively, they provide additional information to markup elements.
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=== Heading {example}
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=== Heading{example}
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=== Heading {class=example
background=grey}
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green"}
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```
::GREEN::{class=example
background=grey}
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is allowed, but not
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* [[Supported attribute values for natural languages|00001007050100]]
* [[Supported attribute values for programming languages|00001007050200]]







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It is called __default attribute__ and has a markup specific meaning.
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=== Heading {example}
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```.

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=== Reference material
* [[Supported attribute values for natural languages|00001007050100]]
* [[Supported attribute values for programming languages|00001007050200]]

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title: Zettelmarkup: Supported Attribute Values for Natural Languages

tags: #manual #reference #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
role: manual


With an [[attribute|00001007050000]] it is possible to specify the natural language of a text region.
This is important, if you want to render your markup into an environment, where this is significant.
HTML is such an environment.

To specify the language within an attribute, you must use the key ''lang''.
The language itself is specified according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].

Examples:
* ``{lang=en}`` for the english language
* ``{lang=en-us}`` for the english dialect spoken in the United States of America
* ``{lang=de}`` for the german language
* ``{lang=de-at}`` for the german language dialect spoken in Austria
* ``{lang=de-de}`` for the german language dialect spoken in Germany

The actual [[typographic quotations marks|00001007040100]] (``""...""``) are derived from the current language.
The language of a zettel (meta key ''lang'') or of the whole Zettelstore (''default-lang'' of the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-lang]]) can be overwritten by an attribute: ``""...""{lang=fr}``{=zmk}.
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title: Zettelmarkup: Supported Attribute Values for Natural Languages
role: manual
tags: #manual #reference #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20210126175322
modified: 20220827182130

With an [[attribute|00001007050000]] it is possible to specify the natural language of a text region.
This is important, if you want to render your markup into an environment, where this is significant.
HTML is such an environment.

To specify the language within an attribute, you must use the key ''lang''.
The language itself is specified according to the language definition of [[RFC-5646|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646]].

Examples:
* ``{lang=en}`` for the english language
* ``{lang=en-us}`` for the english dialect spoken in the United States of America
* ``{lang=de}`` for the german language
* ``{lang=de-at}`` for the german language dialect spoken in Austria
* ``{lang=de-de}`` for the german language dialect spoken in Germany

The actual [[typographic quotations marks|00001007040100]] (``""...""``) are derived from the current language.
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title: Zettelmarkup: Summary of Formatting Characters
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The following table gives an overview about the use of all characters that begin a markup element.

|= Character :|= [[Blocks|00001007030000]] <|= [[Inlines|00001007040000]] <
| ''!''  | (free) | (free)
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| '',''  | (free) | [[Subscripted text|00001007040100]]
| ''-''  | [[Horizonal rule|00001007030400]] | ""[[en-dash|00001007040000]]""
| ''.''  | (free) | [[Horizontal ellipsis|00001007040000]]
| ''/''  | (free) | (free)
| '':''  | [[Region block|00001007030800]] / [[description text|00001007030100]] | [[Inline region|00001007040100]]
| '';''  | [[Description term|00001007030100]] | [[Small text|00001007040100]]
| ''<''  | [[Quotation block|00001007030600]] | (free)
| ''=''  | [[Headings|00001007030300]] | [[Computer output|00001007040200]]
| ''>''  | [[Quotation lists|00001007030200]] | [[Inserted text|00001007040100]]
| ''?''  | (free) | (free)
| ''@''  | [[Inline-Zettel blocks|00001007031200]] | [[Inline-zettel snippets|00001007040200#inline-zettel-snippet]]
| ''[''  | (reserved)  | [[Linked material|00001007040300]], [[citation key|00001007040300]], [[footnote|00001007040300]], [[mark|00001007040300]]
| ''\\'' | (blocked by inline meaning) | [[Escape character|00001007040000]]
| '']''  | (reserved) | End of [[link|00001007040300]], [[citation key|00001007040300]], [[footnote|00001007040300]], [[mark|00001007040300]]
| ''^''  | (free) | [[Superscripted text|00001007040100]]
| ''_''  | (free) | [[Emphasized text|00001007040100]]
| ''`''  | [[Verbatim block|00001007030500]] | [[Literal text|00001007040200]]
| ''{''  | [[Transclusion|00001007031100]] | [[Embedded material|00001007040300]], [[Attribute|00001007050000]]
| ''|''  | [[Table row / table cell|00001007031000]] | Separator within link and [[embed|00001007040320]] formatting
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title: Query expression
role: manual
tags: #manual #search #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220805150154
modified: 20220913135434

A query expression allows you to search for specific zettel and to perform some actions on them.
You may select zettel based on a full-text search, based on specific metadata values, or both.

A query expression consists of a __search expression__ and of an optional __action list__.
Both are separated by a vertical bar character (""''|''"", U+007C).

A query expression follows a [[formal syntax|00001007780000]].

=== Search expression

In its simplest form, a search expression just contains a string to be search for with the help of a full-text search.
For example, the string ''syntax'' will search for all zettel containing the word ""syntax"".

If you want to search for all zettel with a title containing the word ""syntax"", you must specify ''title:syntax''.
""title"" names the [[metadata key|00001006010000]], in this case the [[supported metadata key ""title""|00001006020000#title]].
The colon character (""'':''"") is a [[search operator|00001007705000]], in this example to specify a match.
""syntax"" is the [[search value|00001007706000]] that must match to the value of the given metadata key, here ""title"".

A search expression may contain more than one search term, such as ''title:syntax''.
Search terms must be separated by one or more space characters, for example ''title:syntax title:search''.
All terms of a select expression must be true so that a zettel is selected.

* [[Search terms|00001007702000]]
* [[Search operator|00001007705000]]
* [[Search value|00001007706000]]

Here are [[some examples|00001007790000]] of search expressions, which can be used to manage a Zettelstore:
{{{00001007790000}}}

=== Action List

With a search expression, a list of zettel is selected.
Actions allow to modify this list to a certain degree.

Which actions are allowed depends on the context.
However, actions are further separated into __parameter action__ and __aggregate actions__.
A parameter action just sets a parameter for an aggregate action.
An aggregate action transforms the list of selected zettel into a different, aggregate form.
Only the first aggregate form is executed, following aggregate actions are ignored.

In most contexts, valid actions include the name of metadata keys, at least of type [[Word|00001006035500]], [[WordSet|00001006036000]], or [[TagSet|00001006034000]].

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id: 00001007702000
title: Search term
role: manual
tags: #manual #search #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220821163727

A search term allows you to specify one search restriction.
The result [[search expression|00001007700000]], which contains more than one search term, will be the applications of all restrictions.

A search term can be one of the following (the first three term are collectively called __search literals__):
* A metadata-based search, by specifying the name of a [[metadata key|00001006010000]], followed by a [[search operator|00001007705000]], followed by an optional [[search value|00001007706000]].

  All zettel containing the given metadata key with a allowed value (depending on the search operator) are selected.

  If no search value is given, then all zettel containing the given metadata key are selected (or ignored, for a negated search operator).
* An optional [[search operator|00001007705000]], followed by a [[search value|00001007706000]].

  This specifies a full-text search for the given search value.

  **Note:** the search value will be normalized according to Unicode NKFD, ignoring everything except letters and numbers.
  Therefore, the following search expression are essentially the same: ''"search syntax"'' and ''search syntax''.
  The first is a search expression with one search value, which is normalized to two strings to be searched for.
  The second is a search expression containing two search values, giving two string to be searched for.
* A metadata key followed by ""''?''"" or ""''!?''"".

  Is true, if zettel metadata contains / does not contain the given key.
* The string ''OR'' signals that following search literals may occur alternatively in the result.

  Since search literals may be negated, it is possible to form any boolean search expression.
  Any search expression will be in a [[disjunctive normal form|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disjunctive_normal_form]].

  It has no effect on the following search terms initiated with a special uppercase word.
* The string ''ORDER'', followed by a non-empty sequence of spaces and the name of a metadata key, will specify an ordering of the result list.
  If you include the string ''REVERSE'' after ''ORDER'' but before the metadata key, the ordering will be reversed.

  Example: ''ORDER published'' will order the resulting list based on the publishing data, while ''ORDER REVERSED published'' will return a reversed result order.

  An explicit order field will take precedence over the random order described below.

  If no random order is effective, a ``ORDER REVERSE id`` will be added.
  This makes the sort stable.

  Example: ``ORDER created`` will be interpreted as ``ORDER created ORDER REVERSE id``.

  Any ordering by zettel identifier will make following order terms to be ignored.

  Example: ``ORDER id ORDER created`` will be interpreted as ``ORDER id``.
* The string ''RANDOM'' will provide a random order of the resulting list.

  Currently, only the first term specifying the order of the resulting list will be used.
  Other ordering terms will be ignored.

  A random order specification will be ignored, if there is an explicit ordering given.

  Example: ''RANDOM ORDER published'' will be interpreted as ''ORDER published''.
* The string ''OFFSET'', followed by a non-empty sequence of spaces and a number greater zero (called ""N"").

  This will ignore the first N elements of the result list, based on the specified sort order.
  A zero value of N will produce the same result as if nothing was specified.
  If specified multiple times, the higher value takes precedence.

  Example: ''OFFSET 4 OFFSET 8'' will be interpreted as ''OFFSET 8''.
* The string ''LIMIT'', followed by a non-empty sequence of spaces and a number greater zero (called ""N"").

  This will limit the result list to the first N elements, based on the specified sort order.
  A zero value of N will produce the same result as if nothing was specified.
  If specified multiple times, the lower value takes precedence.

  Example: ''LIMIT 4 LIMIT 8'' will be interpreted as ''LIMIT 4''.

You may have noted that the specifications of first two items overlap somehow.
This is resolved by the following rule:
* A search term containing no [[search operator character|00001007705000]] is treated as a full-text search.
* The first search operator character found in a search term divides the term into two pieces.
  If the first piece, from the beginning of the search term to the search operator character, is syntactically a metadata key, the search term is treated as a metadata-based search.
* Otherwise, the search term is treated as a full-text search.

If a term like ''ORDER'', ''ORDER REVERSE'', ''OFFSET'', or ''LIMIT'' is not followed by an appropriate value, it is interpreted as a search value for a full-text search. For example, ''ORDER 123'' will search for a zettel conatining the strings ""ORDER"" (case-insensitive) and ""123"".

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title: Search operator
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A search operator specifies how the comparison of a search value and a zettel should be executed.
Every comparison is done case-insensitive, treating all uppercase letters the same as lowercase letters.

The following are allowed search operator characters:
* The exclamation mark character (""!"", U+0021) negates the meaning
* The tilde character (""''~''"", U+007E) compares on matching (""match operator"")
* The greater-than sign character (""''>''"", U+003E) matches if there is some prefix (""prefix operator"")
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* The colon character (""'':''"", U+003A) compares on equal words (""has operator"")
* The question mark (""''?''"", U+003F) checks for an existing metadata key (""exist operator"")

Since the exclamation mark character can be combined with the other, there are 10 possible combinations:
# ""''!''"": is an abbreviation of the ""''!~''"" operator.
# ""''~''"": is successful if the search value matched the value to be compared.
# ""''!~''"": is successful if the search value does not match the value to be compared.
# ""'':''"": is successful if the search value is equal to one word of the value to be compared.
# ""''!:''"": is successful if the search value is not equal to any word of the value to be compared.
# ""''>''"": is successful if the search value is a prefix of the value to be compared.
# ""''!>''"": is successful if the search value is not a prefix of the value to be compared.
# ""''<''"": is successful if the search value is a suffix of the value to be compared.
# ""''!<''"": is successful if the search value is not a suffix of the value to be compared.
# ""''?''"": is successful if the metadata contains the given key.
# ""''!?''"": is successful if the metadata does not contain the given key.
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A search value specifies a value to be searched for, depending on the [[search operator|00001007705000]].

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title: Formal syntax of query expressions
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tags: #manual #reference #search #zettelstore
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QueryExpression  := SearchExpression ActionExpression?
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title: Useful query expressions
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tags: #example #manual #search #zettelstore
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|= Query Expression |= Meaning
| [[query:role:configuration]] | Zettel that contains some configuration data for the Zettelstore
| [[query:ORDER REVERSE created LIMIT 40]] | 40 recently created zettel
| [[query:ORDER REVERSE published LIMIT 40]] | 40 recently updated zettel
| [[query:RANDOM LIMIT 40]] | 40 random zettel
| [[query:dead?]] | Zettel with invalid / dead links
| [[query:backward!? precursor!?]] | Zettel that are not referenced by other zettel
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title: Zettelmarkup: Summary of Formatting Characters
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The following table gives an overview about the use of all characters that begin a markup element.

|= Character :|= [[Blocks|00001007030000]] <|= [[Inlines|00001007040000]] <
| ''!''  | (free) | (free)
| ''"''  | [[Verse block|00001007030700]] | [[Short inline quote|00001007040100]]
| ''#''  | [[Ordered list|00001007030200]] | [[Tag|00001007040000]]
| ''$''  | (reserved) | (reserved)
| ''%''  | [[Comment block|00001007030900]] | [[Comment|00001007040000]]
| ''&''  | (free) | [[Entity|00001007040000]]
| ''\'''  | (free)  | [[Computer input|00001007040200]]
| ''(''  | (free) | (free)
| '')''  | (free) | (free)
| ''*''  | [[Unordered list|00001007030200]] | [[strongly emphasized text|00001007040100]]
| ''+''  | (free) | (free)
| '',''  | (free) | [[Sub-scripted text|00001007040100]]
| ''-''  | [[Horizontal rule|00001007030400]] | ""[[en-dash|00001007040000]]""
| ''.''  | (free) | (free)
| ''/''  | (free) | (free)
| '':''  | [[Region block|00001007030800]] / [[description text|00001007030100]] | [[Inline region|00001007040100]]
| '';''  | [[Description term|00001007030100]] | (free)
| ''<''  | [[Quotation block|00001007030600]] | (free)
| ''=''  | [[Headings|00001007030300]] | [[Computer output|00001007040200]]
| ''>''  | [[Quotation lists|00001007030200]] | [[Inserted text|00001007040100]]
| ''?''  | (free) | (free)
| ''@''  | [[Inline-Zettel block|00001007031200]] | [[Inline-zettel snippet|00001007040200#inline-zettel-snippet]]
| ''[''  | (reserved)  | [[Linked material|00001007040300]], [[citation key|00001007040300]], [[footnote|00001007040300]], [[mark|00001007040300]]
| ''\\'' | (blocked by inline meaning) | [[Escape character|00001007040000]]
| '']''  | (reserved) | End of [[link|00001007040300]], [[citation key|00001007040300]], [[footnote|00001007040300]], [[mark|00001007040300]]
| ''^''  | (free) | [[Super-scripted text|00001007040100]]
| ''_''  | (free) | [[Emphasized text|00001007040100]]
| ''`''  | [[Verbatim block|00001007030500]] | [[Literal text|00001007040200]]
| ''{''  | [[Transclusion|00001007031100]] | [[Embedded material|00001007040300]], [[Attribute|00001007050000]]
| ''|''  | [[Table row / table cell|00001007031000]] | Separator within link and [[embed|00001007040320]] formatting
| ''}''  | End of [[Transclusion|00001007031100]] | End of embedded material, End of Attribute
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title: Zettelmarkup: Tutorial
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* [[First steps|00001007903000]]: learn something about paragraphs, emphasized text, and lists.
* [[Second steps|00001007906000]]: know about links, thematic breaks, and headings.

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title: Zettelmarkup: First Steps
role: manual
tags: #manual #tutorial #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220810182917
modified: 20220926183359

[[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]] allows you to leave your text as it is, at least in many situations.
Some characters have a special meaning, but you have to enter them is a defined way to see a visible change.
Zettelmarkup is designed to be used for zettel, which are relatively short.
It allows to produce longer texts, but you should probably use a different tool, if you want to produce an scientific paper, to name an example.

=== Paragraphs
The most important concept of Zettelmarkup is the __paragraph__.
Ordinary text is interpreted as part of a paragraph.
Paragraphs are typically separated by one or more blank lines.

Therefore, line endings are more or less ignored within one paragraph.
Zettelmarkup will recognize the end of a line, and sore it as a ""soft break".
A soft break is rendered in most cases as a space character.

Within a paragraph you can style your text with [[special markup|00001007040000]].
Some examples:

|= Zettelmarkup | Rendered output | Instruction
| ''An __emphasized__ word'' | An __emphasized__ word | Put two underscore characters before and after the text you want to emphasize
| ''Someone uses **bold** text'' | Someone uses **bold** text | Put two asterisks before and after the text you want to see bold
| ''He says: ""I love you!""'' | Her says: ""I love you!"" | Put two quotation mark characters before and after the text you want to quote.

You probably see a principle.

One nice thing about the quotation mark characters: they are rendered according to the current language.
Examples: ""english""{lang=en}, ""french""{lang=fr}, ""german""{lang=de}, ""finnish""{lang=fi}.
You will see later, how to change the current language.

=== Lists
Quite often, text consists of lists.
Zettelmarkup supports different types of lists.
The most important lists are:
* Unnumbered lists,
* Numbered lists.

You produce an unnumbered list element by writing an asterisk character followed by a space character at the beginning of a line.
Since a list typically consists of more than one element, the following elements will also start at their own line:

```zmk
* First item
* Second item
* Third item
```

This is rendered as:

:::example
* First item
* Second item
* Third item
:::

Similar, an numbered list element begins a line with the number sign (sic!) followed by a space character:

```zmk
# First item
# Second item
# Third item
```

This is rendered as:

:::example
# First item
# Second item
# Third item
:::

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title: Zettelmarkup: Second Steps
role: manual
tags: #manual #tutorial #zettelmarkup #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220811115501
modified: 20220926183427

After you have [[learned|00001007903000]] the basic concepts and markup of Zettelmarkup (paragraphs, emphasized text, and lists), this zettel introduces you into the concepts of links, thematic breaks, and headings.

=== Links
A Zettelstore is much more useful, if you connect related zettel.
If you read a zettel later, this allows you to know about the context of a zettel.
[[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]] allows you to specify such a connection.
A connection can be specified within a paragraph via [[Links|00001007040310]].

* A link always starts with two left square bracket characters and ends with two right square bracket characters: ''[[...]]''.
* Within these character sequences you specify the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] of the zettel you want to reference: ''[[00001007903000]]'' will connect to zettel containing the first steps into Zettelmarkup.
* In addition, you should give the link a more readable description.
  This is done by prepending the description before the reference and use the vertical bar character to separate both: ''[[First Steps|00001007903000]]''.

You are not restricted to reference your zettel.
Alternatively, you might specify an URL of an external website: ''[[Zettelstore|https://zettelstore.de]]''.
Of course, if you just want to specify the URL, you are allowed to omit the description: ''[[https://zettelstore.de]]''

|= Zettelmarkup | Rendered output | Remark
| ''[[00001007903000]]'' | [[00001007903000]] | If no description is given, the zettel identifier acts as a description
| ''[[First Steps|00001007903000]]'' | [[First Steps|00001007903000]] | The description should be chosen so that you are not confused later
| ''[[https://zettelstore.de]]'' | [[https://zettelstore.de]] | A link to an external URL is rendered differently
| ''[[Zettelstore|https://zettelstore.de]]'' | [[Zettelstore|https://zettelstore.de]] | You can use any URL your browser is able to support

Again, you probably see a principle.

=== Thematic Breaks
[[And now for something completely different|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_Now_for_Something_Completely_Different]].

Sometimes, you want to insert a thematic break into your text, because two paragraphs do not separate enough.
In Zettelmarkup is is done by entering three or more hyphen-minus characters at the beginning of a new line.
You must not include blank lines around this line, but it can be more readable if you want to look at the Zettelmarkup text.

```zmk
First paragraph.
---
Second paragraph.
```

```zmk
First paragraph.

---

Second paragraph.
```

Both are rendered as:
:::example
First paragraph.
---
Second paragraph.
:::

Try it!

This might be the time to relax a rule about paragraphs.
You must not specify a blank line to end a paragraph.
Any Zettelmarkup that must start at the beginning of a new line will end a previous paragraph.
Similar, a blank line must not precede a paragraph.

This applies also to lists, as given in the first steps, as well as other [[similar markup|00001007030000]] you will probably later.

=== Headings
Headings explicitly structure a zettel, similar to thematic breaks, but gives the resulting part a name.

To specify a heading in Zettelmarkup, you must enter at least three equal signs, followed by a space, followed by the text of the heading.
Everything must be one the same line.

The number of equal signs determines the importance of the heading: less equal signs means more important.
Therefore, three equal signs treat a heading as most important.
It is a level-1 heading.
Zettelmarkup supports up to five levels.
To specify such a heading, you must enter seven equal signs, plus the space and the text.
If you enter more than seven equal signs, the resulting heading is still of level 5.

See the [[description of headings|00001007030300]] for more details and examples.

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title: Other Markup Languages
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk

modified: 20220214180202

[[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]] is not the only markup language you can use to define your content.
Zettelstore is quite agnostic with respect to markup languages.
Of course, Zettelmarkup plays an important role.
However, with the exception of zettel titles, you can use any (markup) language that is supported:

* CSS
* HTML template data
* Image formats: GIF, PNG, JPEG, SVG
* Markdown
* Plain text, not further interpreted

The [[metadata key|00001006020000#syntax]] ""''syntax''"" specifies which language should be used.
If it is not given, the key ""''default-syntax''"" will be used (specified in the [[configuration zettel|00001004020000#default-syntax]]).
The following syntax values are supported:

; [!css|''css'']
: A [[Cascading Style Sheet|https://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/]], to be used when rendering a zettel as HTML.
; [!draw|''draw'']
: A simple [[language|00001008050000]] to ""draw"" a graphic by using some simple Unicode characters.
; [!gif|''gif'']; [!jpeg|''jpeg'']; [!jpg|''jpg'']; [!png|''png'']
: The formats for pixel graphics.
  Typically the data is stored in a separate file and the syntax is given in the metafile, which has the same name as the zettel identifier and has no file extension.[^Before version 0.2.0, the metafile had the file extension ''.meta'']
; [!html|''html'']
: Hypertext Markup Language, will not be parsed further.
  Instead, it is treated as [[text|#text]], but will be encoded differently for [[HTML format|00001012920510]] (same for the [[web user interface|00001014000000]]).

  For security reasons, equivocal elements will not be encoded in the HTML format / web user interface, e.g. the ``<script ...`` tag.

  See [[security aspects of Markdown|00001008010000#security-aspects]] for some details.
; [!markdown|''markdown''], [!md|''md'']
: For those who desperately need [[Markdown|https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/]].
  Since the world of Markdown is so diverse, a [[CommonMark|00001008010500]] parser is used.
  See [[Use Markdown within Zettelstore|00001008010000]].
; [!mustache|''mustache'']
: A [[Mustache template|https://mustache.github.io/]], used when rendering a zettel as HTML for the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
; [!none|''none'']
: Only the metadata of a zettel is ""parsed"".
  Useful for displaying the full metadata.
  The [[runtime configuration zettel|00000000000100]] uses this syntax.
  The zettel content is ignored.


; [!svg|''svg'']
: A [[Scalable Vector Graphics|https://www.w3.org/TR/SVG2/]].
; [!text|''text''], [!plain|''plain''], [!txt|''txt'']
: Just plain text that must not be interpreted further.
; [!zmk|''zmk'']
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title: Other Markup Languages
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syntax: zmk
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* CSS
* HTML template data
* Image formats: GIF, PNG, JPEG, SVG
* Markdown
* Plain text, not further interpreted

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If it is not given, it defaults to ''plain''.
The following syntax values are supported:

; [!css|''css'']
: A [[Cascading Style Sheet|https://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/]], to be used when rendering a zettel as HTML.


; [!gif|''gif'']; [!jpeg|''jpeg'']; [!jpg|''jpg'']; [!png|''png'']
: The formats for pixel graphics.
  Typically the data is stored in a separate file and the syntax is given in the meta-file, which has the same name as the zettel identifier and has no file extension.[^Before version 0.2, the meta-file had the file extension ''.meta'']
; [!html|''html'']
: Hypertext Markup Language, will not be parsed further.
  Instead, it is treated as [[text|#text]], but will be encoded differently for [[HTML format|00001012920510]] (same for the [[web user interface|00001014000000]]).

  For security reasons, equivocal elements will not be encoded in the HTML format / web user interface.
  The ``< script ...>`` tag is an example.
  See [[security aspects of Markdown|00001008010000#security-aspects]] for some details.
; [!markdown|''markdown''], [!md|''md'']
: For those who desperately need [[Markdown|https://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/]].
  Since the world of Markdown is so diverse, a [[CommonMark|00001008010500]] parser is used.
  See [[Use Markdown within Zettelstore|00001008010000]].
; [!mustache|''mustache'']
: A [[Mustache template|https://mustache.github.io/]], used when rendering a zettel as HTML for the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
; [!none|''none'']
: Only the metadata of a zettel is ""parsed"".
  Useful for displaying the full metadata.
  The [[runtime configuration zettel|00000000000100]] uses this syntax.
  The zettel content is ignored.
; [!pikchr]''pikchr''
: A [[PIC|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pic_language]]-like [[markup language for diagrams|https://pikchr.org/]].
; [!svg|''svg'']
: [[Scalable Vector Graphics|https://www.w3.org/TR/SVG2/]].
; [!text|''text''], [!plain|''plain''], [!txt|''txt'']
: Plain text that must not be interpreted further.
; [!zmk|''zmk'']
: [[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]].

The actual values are also listed in a zettel named [[Zettelstore Supported Parser|00000000000092]].

If you specify something else, your content will be interpreted as plain text.

=== Language for other elements of a zettel
[[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]] allows to specify [[evaluation blocks|00001007031300]], which also receive a syntax value.
An evaluation blocks is typically interpreted by external software, for example [[Zettel Presenter|00001006055000#external-applications]].
However, some values are interpreted by Zettelstore during evaluation of a zettel:
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: A [[language|00001008050000]] to ""draw"" a graphic by using some simple Unicode characters.

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title: Use Markdown within Zettelstore
role: manual
tags: #manual #markdown #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220113185400

If you are customized to use Markdown as your markup language, you can configure Zettelstore to support your decision.
Zettelstore supports the [[CommonMark|00001008010500]] dialect of Markdown.

=== Use Markdown as the default markup language of Zettelstore

Add the key ''default-syntax'' with a value of ''md'' or ''markdown'' to the [[configuration zettel|00000000000100]].
Whether to use ''md'' or ''markdown'' is not just a matter to taste.
It also depends on the value of [[''zettel-file-syntax''|00001004020000#zettel-file-syntax]] and, to some degree, on the value of [[''yaml-header''|00001004020000#yaml-header]].

If you set ''yaml-header'' to true, then new content is always stored in a file with the extension ''.zettel''.

Otherwise ''zettel-file-syntax'' lists all syntax values, where its content should be stored in a file with the extension ''.zettel''.

If neither ''yaml-header'' nor ''zettel-file-syntax'' is set, new content is stored in a file where its file name extension is the same as the syntax value of that zettel.
In this case it makes a difference, whether you specify ''md'' or ''markdown''.
If you specify the syntax ''md'', your content will be stored in a file with the ''.md'' extension.
Similar for the syntax ''markdown''.

If you want to process the files that store the zettel content, e.g. with some other Markdown tools, this may be important.
Not every Markdown tool allows both file extensions.

BTW, metadata is stored in a file without a file extension, if neither ''yaml-header'' nor ''zettel-file-syntax'' is set.

=== Security aspects

You should be aware that Markdown is a superset of HTML.
Any HTML code is valid Markdown code.
If you write your own zettel, this is probably not a problem.

However, if you receive zettel from others, you should be careful.
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=== Use Markdown as the default markup language of Zettelstore

Update the [[New Zettel|00000000090001]] template (and other relevant template zettel) by setting the syntax value to ''md'' or ''markdown''.
Whether to use ''md'' or ''markdown'' is not just a matter to taste.
It also depends on the value of [[''zettel-file-syntax''|00001004020000#zettel-file-syntax]] and, to some degree, on the value of [[''yaml-header''|00001004020000#yaml-header]].

If you set ''yaml-header'' to true, then new content is always stored in a file with the extension ''.zettel''.

Otherwise ''zettel-file-syntax'' lists all syntax values, where its content should be stored in a file with the extension ''.zettel''.

If neither ''yaml-header'' nor ''zettel-file-syntax'' is set, new content is stored in a file where its file name extension is the same as the syntax value of that zettel.
In this case it makes a difference, whether you specify ''md'' or ''markdown''.
If you specify the syntax ''md'', your content will be stored in a file with the ''.md'' extension.
Similar for the syntax ''markdown''.

If you want to process the files that store the zettel content, e.g. with some other Markdown tools, this may be important.
Not every Markdown tool allows both file extensions.

BTW, metadata is stored in a file without a file extension, if neither ''yaml-header'' nor ''zettel-file-syntax'' is set.

=== Security aspects

You should be aware that Markdown is a super-set of HTML.
Any HTML code is valid Markdown code.
If you write your own zettel, this is probably not a problem.

However, if you receive zettel from others, you should be careful.
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If possible, Zettelstore will adapt to newer versions when they are available.

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Internally, CommonMark is translated into some kind of superset of [[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]], which additionally allows to use HTML code.[^Effectively, Markdown and CommonMark are itself supersets of HTML.]
This Zettelmarkup superset is later [[encoded|00001012920500]], often into [[HTML|00001012920510]].
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If possible, Zettelstore will adapt to newer versions when they are available.

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To create some graphical representations, Zettelmarkup provides a simple mechanism.
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Even if you do not want to share your Zettelstore with other persons, creating user zettel can be useful if you plan to access your Zettelstore via the [[API|00001012000000]].

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In this case no one has to authenticate itself to see the content of the zettel.
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In this case no one has to authenticate itself to see the content of the zettel.
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In this case, no authenticated user will be able to read and change that protected zettel.

* [[Visibility rules for zettel|00001010070200]]
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Then you must reference this zettel within the [[startup configuration|00001004010000#owner]] under the key ''owner''.
Once the startup configuration contains a valid [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] under that key, authentication is enabled.

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For every zettel you can specify under which condition the zettel is visible to others.
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One is the zettel that contains [[CSS|00000000020001]] for displaying the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
This is to ensure that the web interface looks nice even for not authenticated users.
Another is the zettel containing the Zettelstore [[license|00000000000004]].
The [[default image|00000000040001]], used if an image reference is invalid, is also public visible.

Please note: if [[authentication is not enabled|00001010040100]], every user has the same rights as the owner of a Zettelstore.
This is also true, if the Zettelstore runs additionally in [[read-only mode|00001004010000#read-only-mode]].
In this case, the [[runtime configuration zettel|00001004020000]] is shown (its visibility is ""owner"").
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If you want to show such a zettel, you must set ''expert-mode'' to true.

=== Examples
Similar to the [[API|00001012051810]], you can easily create a zettel list based on the ''visibility'' metadata key:

| public  | [[//h?visibility=public]]
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One is the zettel that contains [[CSS|00000000020001]] for displaying the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
This is to ensure that the web interface looks nice even for not authenticated users.
Another is the zettel containing the Zettelstore [[license|00000000000004]].
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This is also true, if the Zettelstore runs additionally in [[read-only mode|00001004010000#read-only-mode]].
In this case, the [[runtime configuration zettel|00001004020000]] is shown (its visibility is ""owner"").
The [[startup configuration|00001004010000]] is not shown, because the associated computed zettel with identifier ''00000000000096'' is stored with the visibility ""expert"".
If you want to show such a zettel, you must set ''expert-mode'' to true.

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By using a [[query expression|00001007700000]], you can easily create a zettel list based on the ''visibility'' metadata key:

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The API (short for ""**A**pplication **P**rogramming **I**nterface"") is the primary way to communicate with a running Zettelstore.
Most integration with other systems and services is done through the API.
The [[web user interface|00001014000000]] is just an alternative, secondary way of interacting with a Zettelstore.

=== Background
The API is HTTP-based and uses plain text and JSON as its main encoding format for exchanging messages between a Zettelstore and its client software.

There is an [[overview zettel|00001012920000]] that shows the structure of the endpoints used by the API and gives an indication about its use.

=== Authentication
If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], most API calls must include an [[access token|00001010040700]] that proves the identity of the caller.
* [[Authenticate an user|00001012050200]] to obtain an access token
* [[Renew an access token|00001012050400]] without costly re-authentication
* [[Provide an access token|00001012050600]] when doing an API call

=== Zettel lists
* [[List metadata of all zettel|00001012051200]]
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Most integration with other systems and services is done through the API.
The [[web user interface|00001014000000]] is just an alternative, secondary way of interacting with a Zettelstore.

=== Background
The API is HTTP-based and uses plain text and JSON as its main encoding format for exchanging messages between a Zettelstore and its client software.

There is an [[overview zettel|00001012920000]] that shows the structure of the endpoints used by the API and gives an indication about its use.

=== Authentication
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* [[Authenticate an user|00001012050200]] to obtain an access token
* [[Renew an access token|00001012050400]] without costly re-authentication
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If successful, the output is a JSON object:

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{"query":"","list":[{"id":"00001012051200","meta":{"title":"API: Renew an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050600","meta":{"title":"API: Provide an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050400","meta":{"title":"API: Renew an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050200","meta":{"title":"API: Authenticate a client","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012000000","meta":{"title":"API","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62}]}
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The JSON object contains a key ''"list"'' where its value is a list of zettel JSON objects.
These zettel JSON objects themselves contains the keys ''"id"'' (value is a string containing the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]]), ''"meta"'' (value as a JSON object), and ''"rights"'' (encodes the [[access rights|00001012921200]] for the given zettel).
The value of key ''"meta"'' effectively contains all metadata of the identified zettel, where metadata keys are encoded as JSON object keys and metadata values encoded as JSON strings.

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Without a selection, the value is the empty string.

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        "title": "API: Provide an access token",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
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        "title": "API: Renew an access token",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
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        "role": "manual"
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[!plain]Alternatively, you can retrieve the list of zettel in a simple, plain format using the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/z''.
In this case, a plain text document is returned, with one line per zettel.
Each line contains in the first 14 characters the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].
Separated by a space character, the title of the zettel follows:

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00001012050400 API: Renew an access token
00001012050200 API: Authenticate a client
00001012000000 API
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=== Note

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tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20210126175322
modified: 20220923105412

To list the plain text titles of all zettel just send a HTTP GET request to the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/z''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].













































































A plain text document is returned, with one line per zettel.
Each line contains in the first 14 characters the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].
Separated by a space character, the title of the zettel follows:

```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/z
00001012051200 API: Renew an access token
00001012050600 API: Provide an access token
00001012050400 API: Renew an access token
00001012050200 API: Authenticate a client
00001012000000 API
```

The query parameter ""''q''"" allows you to specify [[query expressions|00001007700000]] for a full-text search of all zettel content and/or restricting the search according to specific metadata, similar to endpoint ''/q'' to [[query zettel|00001012051400]].

You are allowed to specify this query parameter more than once.

This parameter loosely resembles the search form of the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].

For example, if you want to retrieve all zettel that contain the string ""API"" in its title, your request will be:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/z?q=title%3AAPI'
00001012921000 API: JSON structure of an access token
00001012920500 Formats available by the API
00001012920000 Endpoints used by the API
...
```

An implicit precondition is that the zettel must contain the given metadata key.
For a metadata key like [[''title''|00001006020000#title]], which has a default value, this precondition should always be true.
But the situation is different for a key like [[''url''|00001006020000#url]].
Both ``curl 'http://localhost:23123/z?q=url%3A'`` and ``curl 'http://localhost:23123/z?q=url%3A!'`` may result in an empty list.

Alternatively, you also can use the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/z'' for a simpler result format.
The first example translates to:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/z?q=title%3AAPI'
00001012921000 API: JSON structure of an access token
00001012920500 Formats available by the API
00001012920000 Endpoints used by the API
...
```

=== Other output formats
If you want to get the list of metadata of all or some zettel in JSON format, use endpoint ''/q'' to [[query the list of zettel|00001012051400]].

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an [[appropriate JSON object|00001012921000]].
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the access bearer token was not valid.

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id: 00001012051400
title: API: Query the list of all zettel
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20220912111111
modified: 20220923105405

The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/q'' allows to query the list of all zettel[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].

A [[query|00001007700000]] is an optional [[search expression|00001007700000#search-expression]], together with an optional [[list of actions|00001007700000#action-list]] (described below).
An empty search expression will select all zettel.
An empty list of action, or no valid action, returns the list of all selected zettel metadata.

Search expression and action list are separated by a vertical bar character (""''|''"", U+007C), and must be given with the query parameter ''q''.

For example, to list all roles used in the Zettelstore, send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/q?q=|role''.
If successful, the output is a JSON object:

```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/q?q=|role
{"map":{"configuration":["00000000090002","00000000090000", ... ,"00000000000001"],"manual":["00001014000000", ... ,"00001000000000"],"zettel":["00010000000000", ... ,"00001012070500","00000000090001"]}}
```

The JSON object only contains the key ''"map"'' with the value of another object.
This second object contains all role names as keys and the list of identifier of those zettel with this specific role as a value.

Similar, to list all tags used in the Zettelstore, send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/q?q=|tags''.
If successful, the output is a JSON object:

```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/q?q=|tags
{"map":{"#api":[:["00001012921000","00001012920800","00001012920522",...],"#authorization":["00001010040700","00001010040400",...],...,"#zettelstore":["00010000000000","00001014000000",...,"00001001000000"]}}
```

The JSON object only contains the key ''"map"'' with the value of another object.
This second object contains all tags as keys and the list of identifier of those zettel with this tag as a value.

If you want only those tags that occur at least 100 times, use the endpoint ''/q?q=|MIN100+tags''.
You see from this that actions are separated by space characters.

There are two types of actions: parameters and aggregates.
The following actions are supported:
; ''MINn'' (parameter)
: Emit only those values with at least __n__ aggregated values.
  __n__ must be a positive integer, ''MIN'' must be given in upper-case letters.
; ''MAXn'' (parameter)
: Emit only those values with at most __n__ aggregated values.
  __n__ must be a positive integer, ''MAX'' must be given in upper-case letters.
; Any [[metadata key|00001006020000]] of type [[Word|00001006035500]], [[WordSet|00001006036000]], or [[TagSet|00001006034000]] (aggregates)
: Emit an aggregate of the given metadata key.
  The key can be given in any letter case.

Only the first aggregate action will be executed.

If no valid aggregate action is given, the metadata of all selected zettel are returned.[^For this reason, a HTTP GET to the endpoint ''/j'' is an alias for the endpoint ''/q''.]

```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/q
{"query":"","list":[{"id":"00001012051200","meta":{"title":"API: Renew an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050600","meta":{"title":"API: Provide an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050400","meta":{"title":"API: Renew an access token","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012050200","meta":{"title":"API: Authenticate a client","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62},{"id":"00001012000000","meta":{"title":"API","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"},"rights":62}]}
```

The JSON object contains a key ''"list"'' where its value is a list of zettel JSON objects.
These zettel JSON objects themselves contains the keys ''"id"'' (value is a string containing the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]]), ''"meta"'' (value as a JSON object), and ''"rights"'' (encodes the [[access rights|00001012921200]] for the given zettel).
The value of key ''"meta"'' effectively contains all metadata of the identified zettel, where metadata keys are encoded as JSON object keys and metadata values encoded as JSON strings.

Additionally, the JSON object contains the keys ''"query"'' and ''"human"'' with a string value.
Both will contain a textual description of the underlying query if you select only some zettel with a [[query expression|00001007700000]].
Without a selection, the values are the empty string.
''"query"'' returns the normalized query expression itself, while ''"human"'' is the normalized query expression to be read by humans.

If you reformat the JSON output from the ''GET /q'' call, you'll see its structure better:

```json
{
  "query": "",
  "human": "",
  "list": [
    {
      "id": "00001012051200",
      "meta": {
        "title": "API: List for all zettel some data",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
      },
      "rights":62
    },
    {
      "id": "00001012050600",
      "meta": {
        "title": "API: Provide an access token",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
      },
      "rights":62
    },
    {
      "id": "00001012050400",
      "meta": {
        "title": "API: Renew an access token",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
      },
      "rights":62
    },
    {
      "id": "00001012050200",
      "meta": {
        "title": "API: Authenticate a client",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
      },
      "rights":62
    },
    {
      "id": "00001012000000",
      "meta": {
        "title": "API",
        "tags": "#api #manual #zettelstore",
        "syntax": "zmk",
        "role": "manual"
      },
      "rights":62
    }
  ]
}
```
In this special case, the metadata of each zettel just contains the four default keys ''title'', ''tags'', ''syntax'', and ''role''.

=== Note
This request (and similar others) will always return a list of metadata, provided the request was syntactically correct.
There will never be a HTTP status code 403 (Forbidden), even if [[authentication was enabled|00001010040100]] and you did not provide a valid access token.
In this case, the resulting list might be quite short (some zettel will have [[public visibility|00001010070200]]) or the list might be empty.

With this call, you cannot differentiate between an empty result list (e.g because your search did not found a zettel with the specified term) and an empty list because of missing authorization (e.g. an invalid access token).

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Query was successful.
; ''204''
: Query was successful, but results in no content.
  Most likely, you specified no appropriate aggregator.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the access bearer token was not valid, or you forgot to specify a valid query.

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id: 00001012051800
title: API: Shape the list of zettel metadata
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20211103162259

In most cases, it is not essential to list __all__ zettel.
Typically, you are interested only in a subset of the zettel maintained by your Zettelstore.
This is done by adding some query parameters to the general ''GET /j'' request.

* [[Select|00001012051810]] just some zettel, based on metadata.
* Only a specific amount of zettel will be selected by specifying [[a length and/or an offset|00001012051830]].
* [[Searching for specific content|00001012051840]], not just the metadata, is another way of selecting some zettel.
* The resulting list can be [[sorted|00001012052000]] according to various criteria.
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id: 00001012051810
title: API: Select zettel based on their metadata
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220218133305

Every query parameter that does __not__ begin with the low line character (""_"", U+005F) is treated as the name of a [[metadata|00001006010000]] key.
According to the [[type|00001006030000]] of a metadata key, zettel are possibly selected.
All [[supported|00001006020000]] metadata keys have a well-defined type.
User-defined keys have the type ''e'' (string, possibly empty).

For example, if you want to retrieve all zettel that contain the string ""API"" in its title, your request will be:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?title=API'
{"query":"title MATCH API","list":[{"id":"00001012921000","meta":{"title":"API: JSON structure of an access token","tags":"#api #manual #reference #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"}},{"id":"00001012920500","meta":{"title":"Formats available by the API","tags":"#api #manual #reference #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"}},{"id":"00001012920000","meta":{"title":"Endpoints used by the API","tags":"#api #manual #reference #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual"}}, ...
```

However, if you want all zettel that does not match a given value, you must prefix the value with the exclamation mark character (""!"", U+0021).
For example, if you want to retrieve all zettel that do not contain the string ""API"" in their title, your request will be:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?title=!API'
{"query":"title NOT MATCH API","list":[{"id":"00010000000000","meta":{"back":"00001003000000 00001005090000","backward":"00001003000000 00001005090000","copyright":"(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>","forward":"00000000000001 00000000000003 00000000000096 00000000000100","lang":"en","license":"EUPL-1.2-or-later","role":"zettel","syntax":"zmk","title":"Home"}},{"id":"00001014000000","meta":{"back":"00001000000000 00001004020000 00001012920510","backward":"00001000000000 00001004020000 00001012000000 00001012920510","copyright":"(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>","forward":"00001012000000","lang":"en","license":"EUPL-1.2-or-later","published":"00001014000000","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#manual #webui #zettelstore","title":"Web user interface"}},
...
```

In both cases, an implicit precondition is that the zettel must contain the given metadata key.
For a metadata key like [[''title''|00001006020000#title]], which has a default value, this precondition should always be true.
But the situation is different for a key like [[''url''|00001006020000#url]].
Both ``curl 'http://localhost:23123/j?url='`` and ``curl 'http://localhost:23123/j?url=!'`` may result in an empty list.

The empty query parameter values matches all zettel that contain the given metadata key.
Similar, if you specify just the exclamation mark character as a query parameter value, only those zettel match that does not contain the given metadata key.
This is in contrast to above rule that the metadata value must exist before a match is done.
For example ``curl 'http://localhost:23123/j?back=!&backward='`` returns all zettel that are reachable via other zettel, but also references these zettel.

As stated above, the exact rule for comparison depends on the [[type|00001006030000]] of the specified metadata key.
By using a [[simple search syntax|00001012051890]], you are able to specify other comparison operations.[^One is the already mentioned exclamation mark character.]

Above example shows that all sub-expressions of a select specification must be true so that no zettel is rejected from the final list.

If you specify the query parameter ''_negate'', either with or without a value, the whole selection will be negated.
Because of the precondition described above, ``curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?url=!com'`` and ``curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?url=com&_negate'`` may produce different lists.
The first query produces a zettel list, where each zettel does have a ''url'' metadata value, which does not contain the characters ""com"".
The second query produces a zettel list, that excludes any zettel containing a ''url'' metadata value that contains the characters ""com""; this also includes all zettel that do not contain the metadata key ''url''.

Alternatively, you also can use the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/z'' for a simpler result format.
The first example translates to:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/z?title=API'
00001012921000 API: JSON structure of an access token
00001012920500 Formats available by the API
00001012920000 Endpoints used by the API
...
```
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title: API: Shape the list of zettel metadata by limiting its length
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20211004124642

=== Limit
By using the query parameter ""''_limit''"", which must have an integer value, you specifying an upper limit of list elements:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?title=API&_sort=id&_limit=2'
{"query":"title MATCH API LIMIT 2","list":[{"id":"00001012000000","meta":{"all-tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","back":"00001000000000 00001004020000","backward":"00001000000000 00001004020000 00001012053200 00001012054000 00001014000000","box-number":"1","forward":"00001010040100 00001010040700 00001012050200 00001012050400 00001012050600 00001012051200 00001012051800 00001012051810 00001012051830 00001012051840 00001012052000 00001012052200 00001012052400 00001012052600 00001012053200 00001012053300 00001012053500 00001012053600 00001012053700 00001012053800 00001012054000 00001012054200 00001012054400 00001012054600 00001012920000 00001014000000","modified":"20210817160844","published":"20210817160844","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","title":"API"}},{"id":"00001012050200","meta":{"all-tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","back":"00001012000000 00001012050400 00001012050600 00001012051200 00001012053400 00001012053500 00001012053600","backward":"00001010040700 00001012000000 00001012050400 00001012050600 00001012051200 00001012053400 00001012053500 00001012053600 00001012920000 00001012921000","box-number":"1","forward":"00001004010000 00001010040200 00001010040700 00001012920000 00001012921000","modified":"20210726123709","published":"20210726123709","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","title":"API: Authenticate a client"}}]}
```

```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/z?title=API&_sort=id&_limit=2'
00001012000000 API
00001012050200 API: Authenticate a client
```

=== Offset
The query parameter ""''_offset''"" allows to list not only the first elements, but to begin at a specific element:
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/j?title=API&_sort=id&_limit=2&_offset=1'
{"query":"title MATCH API OFFSET 1 LIMIT 2","list":[{"id":"00001012050200","meta":{"all-tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","back":"00001012000000 00001012050400 00001012050600 00001012051200 00001012053400 00001012053500 00001012053600","backward":"00001010040700 00001012000000 00001012050400 00001012050600 00001012051200 00001012053400 00001012053500 00001012053600 00001012920000 00001012921000","box-number":"1","forward":"00001004010000 00001010040200 00001010040700 00001012920000 00001012921000","modified":"20210726123709","published":"20210726123709","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","title":"API: Authenticate a client"}},{"id":"00001012050400","meta":{"all-tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","back":"00001010040700 00001012000000","backward":"00001010040700 00001012000000 00001012920000 00001012921000","box-number":"1","forward":"00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012921000","modified":"20210726123745","published":"20210726123745","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","title":"API: Renew an access token"}}]}
```

```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/z?title=API&_sort=id&_limit=2&_offset=1'
00001012050200 API: Authenticate a client
00001012050400 API: Renew an access token
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title: API: Shape the list of zettel metadata by searching the content
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20211124182444

The query parameter ""''_s''"" allows to provide a string for a full-text search of all zettel.
The search string will be normalized according to Unicode NKFD, ignoring everything except letters and numbers.

If you want to search in a specific way, you must apply the [[simple search syntax|00001012051890]].
Otherwise, the content of each zettel is examined to just contain the words of the search string.

You are allowed to specify this query parameter more than once.
All results will be intersected, i.e. a zettel will be included into the list if all of the provided values match.

This parameter loosely resembles the search form of the [[web user interface|00001014000000]].
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title: API: Search syntax (simple)
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
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If the search string starts with the exclamation mark character (""!"", U+0021), it will be removed and the query matches all values that **do not match** the search string.

In the next step, the first character of the search string will be inspected.
If it contains one of the characters ""'':''"", ""''=''"", ""''>''"", ""''<''"", or ""''~''"", this will modify how the search will be performed.
The character will be removed from the start of the search string.

For example, assume the search string is ""def"":

; The colon character (""'':''"", U+003A) (or none of these characters)
: This is the __default__ comparison.
  The comparison depends on the type of the underlying values.
  For a content search, it is equal to the tilde character ""''~''"", which returns true if a word within the content just contains the search string.
  For metadata, it depends on the key [[type|00001006030000]].

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For example ""\\!abc"" will search for the string ""!abc"".
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If not specified, the list of zettel is sorted descending by the value of the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].
The highest zettel identifier, which is a number, comes first.
You change that with the ""''_sort''"" query parameter.
Alternatively, you can also use the ""''_order''"" query parameter.
It is an alias.

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According to the [[type|00001006030000]] of a metadata key, the list of zettel is sorted.
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""''_sort=_random''"" (or ""''_order=_random''"") is the query parameter in this case.
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To list all [[tags|00001006020000#tags]] used in the Zettelstore just send a HTTP GET request to the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/t''.
If successful, the output is a JSON object:

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# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/t
{"tags":{"#api":[:["00001012921000","00001012920800","00001012920522",...],"#authorization":["00001010040700","00001010040400",...],...,"#zettelstore":["00010000000000","00001014000000",...,"00001001000000"]}}
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The JSON object only contains the key ''"tags"'' with the value of another object.
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If successful, the output is a JSON object:

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{"role-list":["configuration","manual","user","zettel"]}
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A zettel is created by adding it to the [[list of zettel|00001012000000#zettel-lists]].
Therefore, the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to create a new zettel is also ''/j'', but you must send the data of the new zettel via a HTTP POST request.

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A zettel is created by adding it to the [[list of zettel|00001012000000#zettel-lists]].
Therefore, the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to create a new zettel is also ''/j'', but you must send the data of the new zettel via a HTTP POST request.

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```
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The new zettel will have no content, and only an identifier as [[metadata|00001006020000]]:

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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053300''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/j/00001012053300
{"id":"00001012053300","meta":{"title":"API: Retrieve data for an exisiting zettel","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual","copyright":"(c) 2020 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>","lang":"en","license":"CC BY-SA 4.0"},"content":"The endpoint to work with a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000}}.\n\nFor example, ...
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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053300''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/j/00001012053300
{"id":"00001012053300","meta":{"title":"API: Retrieve data for an existing zettel","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","syntax":"zmk","role":"manual","copyright":"(c) 2020 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>","lang":"en","license":"CC BY-SA 4.0"},"content":"The endpoint to work with a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000}}.\n\nFor example, ...
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[!plain]Additionally, you can retrieve the plain zettel, without using JSON.
Just change the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to ''/z/{ID}''
Optionally, you may provide which parts of the zettel you are requesting.
In this case, add an additional query parameter ''_part=[[PART|00001012920800]]''.
Valid values are ""zettel"", ""[[meta|00001012053400]]"", and ""content"" (the default value).

````sh
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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053300''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
```sh
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````

````sh
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title: API: Retrieve metadata and content of an existing zettel
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk

The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint
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=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object / plain zettel data.
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: Request was valid, but there is no data to be returned.
  Most likely, you specified the query parameter ''_part=content'', but the zettel does not contain any content.
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  Maybe the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] did not consists of exactly 14 digits.
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=== Plain zettel
[!plain]Additionally, you can retrieve the plain zettel, without using JSON.
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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/j/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053300''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
```sh
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title: API: Retrieve metadata and content of an existing zettel
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk

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=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object / plain zettel data.
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: Request was valid, but there is no data to be returned.
  Most likely, you specified the query parameter ''part=content'', but the zettel does not contain any content.
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  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] did not consists of exactly 14 digits.
; ''403''
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For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053400''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
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{"meta":{"all-tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","back":"00001012000000 00001012053300","backward":"00001012000000 00001012053300 00001012920000","box-number":"1","forward":"00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012920800","modified":"20211004111240","published":"20211004111240","role":"manual","syntax":"zmk","tags":"#api #manual #zettelstore","title":"API: Retrieve metadata of an existing zettel"},"rights":62}
```

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For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/j/00001012053400''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
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If successful, the output is a JSON object:
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{"meta":{"title":[{"t":"Text","s":"API:"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"Retrieve"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"evaluated"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"metadata"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"and"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"content"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"of"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"an"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"existing"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"zettel"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"in"},{"t":"Space"}, ...
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<title>API: Retrieve evaluated metadata and content of an existing zettel in various encodings</title>
<meta name="zs-role" content="manual">
<meta name="keywords" content="api, manual, zettelstore">
<meta name="zs-syntax" content="zmk">
<meta name="zs-back" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-backward" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-box-number" content="1">
<meta name="copyright" content="(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>">
<meta name="zs-forward" content="00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012920800">
<meta name="zs-published" content="00001012053500">
</head>
<body>
<p>The <a href="00001012920000">endpoint</a> to work with evaluated metadata and content of a specific zettel is <kbd>/v/{ID}</kbd>, where <kbd>{ID}</kbd> is a placeholder for the <a href="00001006050000">zettel identifier</a>.</p>
...
```

You also can use the query parameter ''_part=[[PART|00001012920800]]'' to specify which parts of a zettel must be encoded.
In this case, its default value is ''content''.
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/v/00001012053500?_enc=html&_part=meta'
<meta name="zs-title" content="API: Retrieve evaluated metadata and content of an existing zettel in various encodings">
<meta name="zs-role" content="manual">
<meta name="keywords" content="api, manual, zettelstore">
<meta name="zs-syntax" content="zmk">
<meta name="zs-back" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-backward" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-box-number" content="1">
<meta name="copyright" content="(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>">
<meta name="zs-forward" content="00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012920800">
<meta name="zs-lang" content="en">
<meta name="zs-published" content="00001012053500">
```

The optional query parameter ''_embed'' will embed all images into the returned encoding.

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the zettel identifier did not consist of exactly 14 digits or ''_enc'' / ''_part'' contained illegal values.
; ''403''
: You are not allowed to retrieve data of the given zettel.
; ''404''
: Zettel not found.
  You probably used a zettel identifier that is not used in the Zettelstore.





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id: 00001012053500
title: API: Retrieve evaluated metadata and content of an existing zettel in various encodings
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
created: 20210726174524
modified: 20220908162843

The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with evaluated metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/v/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

For example, to retrieve some evaluated data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/v/00001012053500''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
If successful, the output is a JSON object:
```sh
# curl http://127.0.0.1:23123/v/00001012053500
{"meta":{"title":[{"t":"Text","s":"API:"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"Retrieve"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"evaluated"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"metadata"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"and"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"content"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"of"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"an"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"existing"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"zettel"},{"t":"Space"},{"t":"Text","s":"in"},{"t":"Space"}, ...
```

To select another encoding, you can provide a query parameter ''enc=ENCODING''.
The default value for [[''ENCODING''|00001012920500]] is ""[[zjson|00001012920503]]"".
Others are ""[[html|00001012920510]]"", ""[[text|00001012920519]]"", and some more.
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/v/00001012053500?enc=html'
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>API: Retrieve evaluated metadata and content of an existing zettel in various encodings</title>
<meta name="zs-role" content="manual">
<meta name="keywords" content="api, manual, zettelstore">
<meta name="zs-syntax" content="zmk">
<meta name="zs-back" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-backward" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-box-number" content="1">
<meta name="copyright" content="(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>">
<meta name="zs-forward" content="00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012920800">
<meta name="zs-published" content="00001012053500">
</head>
<body>
<p>The <a href="00001012920000">endpoint</a> to work with evaluated metadata and content of a specific zettel is <kbd>/v/{ID}</kbd>, where <kbd>{ID}</kbd> is a placeholder for the <a href="00001006050000">zettel identifier</a>.</p>
...
```

You also can use the query parameter ''part=PART'' to specify which [[parts|00001012920800]] of a zettel must be encoded.
In this case, its default value is ''content''.
```sh
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/v/00001012053500?enc=html&part=meta'
<meta name="zs-title" content="API: Retrieve evaluated metadata and content of an existing zettel in various encodings">
<meta name="zs-role" content="manual">
<meta name="keywords" content="api, manual, zettelstore">
<meta name="zs-syntax" content="zmk">
<meta name="zs-back" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-backward" content="00001012000000">
<meta name="zs-box-number" content="1">
<meta name="copyright" content="(c) 2020-2021 by Detlef Stern <ds@zettelstore.de>">
<meta name="zs-forward" content="00001010040100 00001012050200 00001012920000 00001012920800">
<meta name="zs-lang" content="en">
<meta name="zs-published" content="00001012053500">
```



=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the zettel identifier did not consist of exactly 14 digits or ''enc'' / ''part'' contained illegal values.
; ''403''
: You are not allowed to retrieve data of the given zettel.
; ''404''
: Zettel not found.
  You probably used a zettel identifier that is not used in the Zettelstore.

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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with parsed metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/p/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

A __parsed__ zettel is basically an [[unevaluated|00001012053500]] zettel: the zettel is read and analyzed, but its content is not __evaluated__.
By using this endpoint, you are able to retrieve the structure of a zettel before it is evaluated.

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/v/00001012053600''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].





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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] to work with parsed metadata and content of a specific zettel is ''/p/{ID}'', where ''{ID}'' is a placeholder for the [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]].

A __parsed__ zettel is basically an [[unevaluated|00001012053500]] zettel: the zettel is read and analyzed, but its content is not __evaluated__.
By using this endpoint, you are able to retrieve the structure of a zettel before it is evaluated.

For example, to retrieve some data about this zettel you are currently viewing, just send a HTTP GET request to the endpoint ''/v/00001012053600''[^If [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]], you must include the a valid [[access token|00001012050200]] in the ''Authorization'' header].
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=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the zettel identifier did not consist of exactly 14 digits or ''_enc'' / ''_part'' contained illegal values.
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: You are not allowed to retrieve data of the given zettel.
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=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Retrieval was successful, the body contains an appropriate JSON object.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Maybe the zettel identifier did not consist of exactly 14 digits or ''enc'' / ''part'' contained illegal values.
; ''403''
: You are not allowed to retrieve data of the given zettel.
; ''404''
: Zettel not found.
  You probably used a zettel identifier that is not used in the Zettelstore.

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role: manual
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syntax: zmk

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If the number of zettel grow, some of these connections are missing.
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syntax: zmk
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modified: 20220913152019

The value of a personal Zettelstore is determined in part by explicit connections between related zettel.
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This call searches within all zettel whether the title of the specified zettel occurs there.
The other zettel must not link to the specified zettel.
The title must not occur within a link (e.g. to another zettel), in a [[heading|00001007030300]], in a [[citation|00001007040340]], and must have a uniform formatting.
The match must be exact, but is case-insensitive.

If the title of the specified zettel contains some extra character that probably reduce the number of found unlinked references,
you can specify the title phase to be searched for as a query parameter ''_phrase'':

````
# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/u/00001007000000?phrase=markdown'
{"id": "00001007000000","meta": {...},"list": [{"id": "00001008010000","meta": {...},"rights":62},{"id": "00001004020000","meta": {...},"rights":62}]}
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In addition, you are allowed to specify all query parameter to [[select zettel based on their metadata|00001012051810]], to [[limit the length of the returned list|00001012051830]], and to [[sort the returned list|00001012052000]]. You are allowed to limit the search only for those zettel with some [[specific content|00001012051840]].

=== Keys
The following top-level JSON keys are returned:
; ''id''
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This call searches within all zettel whether the title of the specified zettel occurs there.
The other zettel must not link to the specified zettel.
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The match must be exact, but is case-insensitive.

If the title of the specified zettel contains some extra character that probably reduce the number of found unlinked references,
you can specify the title phase to be searched for as a query parameter ''phrase'':

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# curl 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/u/00001007000000?phrase=markdown'
{"id": "00001007000000","meta": {...},"list": [{"id": "00001008010000","meta": {...},"rights":62},{"id": "00001004020000","meta": {...},"rights":62}]}
````

%%TODO: In addition, you are allowed to limit the search by a [[query expression|00001012051840]], which may search for zettel content.

=== Keys
The following top-level JSON keys are returned:
; ''id''
: The [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] for which the unlinked references were requested.
; ''meta'':
: The metadata of the zettel, encoded as a JSON object.

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syntax: zmk
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syntax: zmk
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To differentiate between the possible commands, you have to set the query parameter ''_cmd'' to a specific value:

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The [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/x'' allows you to execute some (administrative) commands.
To differentiate between the possible commands, you have to set the query parameter ''cmd'' to a specific value:

; ''authenticated''
: [[Check for authentication|00001012080200]]
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: [[Refresh internal data|00001012080500]]

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API clients typically wants to know, whether [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] or not.
If authentication is enabled, they present some form of user interface to get user name and password for the actual authentication.
Then they try to [[obtain an access token|00001012050200]].
If authentication is disabled, these steps are not needed.

To check for enabled authentication, you must send a HTTP POST request to the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/x'' and you must specify the query parameter ''_cmd=authenticated''.

```sh
# curl -X POST 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/x?_cmd=authenticated'
```

If authentication is not enabled, you will get a HTTP status code 200 (OK) with an empty HTTP body.

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If you provide a valid access token, you will receive a HTTP status code 204 (No Content) with an empty HTTP body.
If you did not provide a valid access token (with is the typical case), you will get a HTTP status code 401 (Unauthorized), again with an empty HTTP body.

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Authentication is disabled.
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: Authentication is enabled and a valid access token was provided.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
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API clients typically wants to know, whether [[authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] or not.
If authentication is enabled, they present some form of user interface to get user name and password for the actual authentication.
Then they try to [[obtain an access token|00001012050200]].
If authentication is disabled, these steps are not needed.

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```sh
# curl -X POST 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/x?cmd=authenticated'
```

If authentication is not enabled, you will get a HTTP status code 200 (OK) with an empty HTTP body.

Otherwise, authentication is enabled.
If you provide a valid access token, you will receive a HTTP status code 204 (No Content) with an empty HTTP body.
If you did not provide a valid access token (with is the typical case), you will get a HTTP status code 401 (Unauthorized), again with an empty HTTP body.

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''200''
: Authentication is disabled.
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: Authentication is enabled and a valid access token was provided.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Most likely, no query parameter ''cmd'' was given, or it did not contain the value ""authenticate"".
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Zettelstore maintains some internal data to allow faster operations.

One example is the [[content search|00001012051840]] for a term: Zettelstore does not need to scan all zettel to find all occurrences for the term.
Instead, all word are stored internally, with a list of zettel where they occur.

Another example is the way to determine which zettel are stored in a [[ZIP file|00001004011200]].
Scanning a ZIP file is a lengthy operation, therefore Zettelstore maintains a directory of zettel for each ZIP file.

All these internal data may become stale.
This should not happen, but when it comes e.g. to file handling, every operating systems behaves differently in very subtle ways.

To avoid stopping and re-starting Zettelstore, you can use the API to force Zettelstore to refresh its internal data if you think it is needed.
To do this, you must send a HTTP POST request to the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/x'' and you must specify the query parameter ''_cmd=refresh''.

```sh
# curl -X POST 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/x?_cmd=refresh'
```

If successful, you will get a HTTP status code 204 (No Content) with an empty HTTP body.

The request will be successful if either:
* [[Authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] and you [[provide a valid access token|00001012050600]],
* Authentication is not enabled and you started Zettelstore with the [[run-simple|00001004051100]] command or [[expert-mode|00001004020000#expert-mode]] is set to ""true"".

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''204''
: Operation was successful, the body is empty.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Most likely, no query parameter ''_cmd'' was given, or it did not contain the value ""refresh"".
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title: API: Refresh internal data
role: manual
tags: #api #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
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Zettelstore maintains some internal data to allow faster operations.

One example is the [[content search|00001012051400]] for a term: Zettelstore does not need to scan all zettel to find all occurrences for the term.
Instead, all word are stored internally, with a list of zettel where they occur.

Another example is the way to determine which zettel are stored in a [[ZIP file|00001004011200]].
Scanning a ZIP file is a lengthy operation, therefore Zettelstore maintains a directory of zettel for each ZIP file.

All these internal data may become stale.
This should not happen, but when it comes e.g. to file handling, every operating systems behaves differently in very subtle ways.

To avoid stopping and re-starting Zettelstore, you can use the API to force Zettelstore to refresh its internal data if you think it is needed.
To do this, you must send a HTTP POST request to the [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/x'' and you must specify the query parameter ''cmd=refresh''.

```sh
# curl -X POST 'http://127.0.0.1:23123/x?cmd=refresh'
```

If successful, you will get a HTTP status code 204 (No Content) with an empty HTTP body.

The request will be successful if either:
* [[Authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] and you [[provide a valid access token|00001012050600]],
* Authentication is not enabled and you started Zettelstore with the [[run-simple|00001004051100]] command or [[expert-mode|00001004020000#expert-mode]] is set to ""true"".

=== HTTP Status codes
; ''204''
: Operation was successful, the body is empty.
; ''400''
: Request was not valid. 
  There are several reasons for this.
  Most likely, no query parameter ''cmd'' was given, or it did not contain the value ""refresh"".
; ''403''
: You are not allowed to perform this operation.

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All API endpoints conform to the pattern ''[PREFIX]LETTER[/ZETTEL-ID]'', where:
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; ''ZETTEL-ID''
: is an optional 14 digits string that uniquely [[identify a zettel|00001006050000]].

The following letters are currently in use:

|= Letter:| Without zettel identifier | With [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] | Mnemonic
| ''a'' | POST: [[client authentication|00001012050200]] | | **A**uthenticate
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| ''j'' | GET: [[list zettel AS JSON|00001012051200]] | GET: [[retrieve zettel AS JSON|00001012053300]] | **J**SON
|       | POST: [[create new zettel|00001012053200]] | PUT: [[update a zettel|00001012054200]]
|       |  | DELETE: [[delete the zettel|00001012054600]]
|       |  | MOVE: [[rename the zettel|00001012054400]]
| ''m'' |  | GET: [[retrieve metadata|00001012053400]] | **M**etadata
| ''o'' |  | GET: [[list zettel order|00001012054000]] | **O**rder
| ''p'' |  | GET: [[retrieve parsed zettel|00001012053600]]| **P**arsed
| ''r'' | GET: [[list roles|00001012052600]] | | **R**oles
| ''t'' | GET: [[list tags|00001012052400]] || **T**ags
| ''u'' |  | GET [[unlinked references|00001012053900]] | **U**nlinked
| ''v'' |  | GET: [[retrieve evaluated zettel|00001012053500]] | E**v**aluated
| ''x'' | GET: [[retrieve administrative data|00001012070500]] | GET: [[list zettel context|00001012053800]] | Conte**x**t
|       | POST: [[execute command|00001012080100]]
| ''z'' | GET: [[list zettel|00001012051200#plain]] | GET: [[retrieve zettel|00001012053300#plain]] | **Z**ettel
|       | POST: [[create new zettel|00001012053200#plain]] | PUT: [[update a zettel|00001012054200#plain]]
|       |  | DELETE: [[delete zettel|00001012054600#plain]]
|       |  | MOVE: [[rename zettel|00001012054400#plain]]

The full URL will contain either the ""http"" oder ""https"" scheme, a host name, and an optional port number.

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All API endpoints conform to the pattern ''[PREFIX]LETTER[/ZETTEL-ID]'', where:
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The following letters are currently in use:

|= Letter:| Without zettel identifier | With [[zettel identifier|00001006050000]] | Mnemonic
| ''a'' | POST: [[client authentication|00001012050200]] | | **A**uthenticate
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| ''j'' | GET: [[query zettel list|00001012051400]] (alias of ''/q'') | GET: [[retrieve zettel AS JSON|00001012053300]] | **J**SON
|       | POST: [[create new zettel|00001012053200]] | PUT: [[update a zettel|00001012054200]]
|       |  | DELETE: [[delete the zettel|00001012054600]]
|       |  | MOVE: [[rename the zettel|00001012054400]]
| ''m'' |  | GET: [[retrieve metadata|00001012053400]] | **M**etadata
| ''o'' |  | GET: [[list zettel order|00001012054000]] | **O**rder
| ''p'' |  | GET: [[retrieve parsed zettel|00001012053600]]| **P**arsed
| ''q'' | GET: [[query zettel list|00001012051400]] |  | **Q**uery

| ''u'' |  | GET [[unlinked references|00001012053900]] | **U**nlinked
| ''v'' |  | GET: [[retrieve evaluated zettel|00001012053500]] | E**v**aluated
| ''x'' | GET: [[retrieve administrative data|00001012070500]] | GET: [[list zettel context|00001012053800]] | Conte**x**t
|       | POST: [[execute command|00001012080100]]
| ''z'' | GET: [[list zettel|00001012051200#plain]] | GET: [[retrieve zettel|00001012053300#plain]] | **Z**ettel
|       | POST: [[create new zettel|00001012053200#plain]] | PUT: [[update a zettel|00001012054200#plain]]
|       |  | DELETE: [[delete zettel|00001012054600#plain]]
|       |  | MOVE: [[rename zettel|00001012054400#plain]]

The full URL will contain either the ""http"" oder ""https"" scheme, a host name, and an optional port number.

The API examples will assume the ""http"" schema, the local host ""127.0.0.1"", the default port ""23123"", and the default empty ''PREFIX'' ""/"".
Therefore, all URLs in the API documentation will begin with ""http://127.0.0.1:23123/"".

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A zettel representation can be encoded in various formats for further processing.


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A zettel representation that allows to process the syntactic structure of a zettel.
It is a JSON-based encoding format, but different to the structures returned by [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/j/{ID}''.

For an example, take a look at the JSON encoding of this page, which is available via the ""Info"" sub-page of this zettel: 

* [[//v/00001012920503?_enc=zjson&_part=zettel]],
* [[//v/00001012920503?_enc=zjson&_part=meta]],
* [[//v/00001012920503?_enc=zjson&_part=content]].

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A zettel representation that allows to process the syntactic structure of a zettel.
It is a JSON-based encoding format, but different to the structures returned by [[endpoint|00001012920000]] ''/j/{ID}''.

For an example, take a look at the ZJSON encoding of this page, which is available via the ""Info"" sub-page of this zettel: 

* [[//v/00001012920503?enc=zjson&part=zettel]],
* [[//v/00001012920503?enc=zjson&part=meta]],
* [[//v/00001012920503?enc=zjson&part=content]].

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Both values are the same as if you have requested just the appropriate [[part|00001012920800]].

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A zettel representation that is a [[s-expression|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-expression]] (also known as symbolic expression).

It is an alternative to the [[ZJSON encoding|00001012920503]].
Both encodings are (relatively) easy to parse and contain all relevant information of a zettel, metadata and content.

For example, take a look at the Sexpr encoding of this page, which is available via the ""Info"" sub-page of this zettel: 

* [[//v/00001012920516?enc=sexpr&part=zettel]],
* [[//v/00001012920516?enc=sexpr&part=meta]],
* [[//v/00001012920516?enc=sexpr&part=content]].

If transferred via HTTP, the content type will be ''text/plain''.

=== Syntax of s-expressions
There are only two types of elements: atoms and lists.

A list always starts with the left parenthesis (""''(''"", U+0028) and ends with a right parenthesis (""'')''"", U+0029).
A list may contain a possibly empty sequence of elements, i.e. lists and / or atoms.

There are three syntactic forms for an atom: numbers, symbols and strings.

A number is a non-empty sequence of digits (""0"" ... ""9"").
The smallest number is ``0``, there are no negative numbers.

A symbol is a non-empty sequence of printable characters, except left or right parenthesis.
Unicode characters of the following categories contains printable characters in the above sense: letter (L), number (N), punctuation (P), symbol (S).
Symbols are case-insensitive, i.e. ""''ZETTEL''"" and ""''zettel''"" denote the same symbol.

A string starts with a quotation mark (""''"''"", U+0022), contains a possibly empty sequence of Unicode characters, and ends with a quotation mark.
To allow a string to contain a quotations mark, it must be prefixed by one backslash (""''\\''"", U+005C).
To allow a string to contain a backslash, it also must be prefixed by one backslash.
Unicode characters with a code less than U+FF are encoded by by the sequence ""''\\xNM''"", where ''NM'' is the hex encoding of the character.
Unicode characters with a code less than U+FFFF are encoded by by the sequence ""''\\uNMOP''"", where ''NMOP'' is the hex encoding of the character.
Unicode characters with a code less than U+FFFFFF are encoded by by the sequence ""''\\UNMOPQR''"", where ''NMOPQR'' is the hex encoding of the character.
In addition, the sequence ""''\\t''"" encodes a horizontal tab (U+0009), the sequence ""''\\n''"" encodes a line feed (U+000A).

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A zettel representation contains just all textual data of a zettel.
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A zettel representation contains just all textual data of a zettel.
Could be used for creating a search index.

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The same is true, if the access token was [[renewed|00001012050400]].
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|''access_token''|The access token itself, as string value, which is a [[JSON Web Token|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7519]] (JWT, RFC 7915)
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|''access_token''|The access token itself, as string value, which is a [[JSON Web Token|https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7519]] (JWT, RFC 7915)
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=== Welcome Zettel
* **Problem:** You want to put your Zettelstore into the public and need a starting zettel for your users.
  In addition, you still want a ""home zettel"", with all your references to internal, non-public zettel.
  Zettelstore only allows to specify one [[''home-zettel''|00001004020000#home-zettel]].
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   It must have syntax [[Zettelmarkup|00001008000000#zmk]], i.e. the syntax metadata must be set to ''zmk''.
   If needed, set the runtime configuration [[''home-zettel|00001004020000#home-zettel]] to the value of the identifier of this zettel.
*# At the beginning of the start zettel, add the following [[Zettelmarkup|00001007000000]] text in a separate paragraph: ``{{{20220803182600}}}`` (you have to adapt to the actual value of the zettel identifier for your non-public home zettel).
* **Discussion:** As stated in the description for a [[transclusion|00001007031100]], a transclusion will be ignored, if the transcluded zettel is not visible to the current user.
  In effect, the transclusion statement (above paragraph that contained ''{{{...}}}'') is ignored when rendering the zettel.

=== Role-specific Layout of Zettel in Web User Interface (WebUI)
[!role-css]
* **Problem:** You want to add some CSS when displaying zettel of a specific [[role|00001006020000#role]].
  For example, you might want to add a yellow background color for all [[configuration|00001006020100#configuration]] zettel.
  Or you want a multi-column layout.
* **Solution:** If you enable [[''expert-mode''|00001004020000#expert-mode]], you will have access to a zettel called ""[[Zettelstore Role to CSS Map|00000000029000]]"" (its identifier is ''00000000029000'').
  This zettel maps a role name to a zettel that must contain the role-specific CSS code.

  First, create a zettel containing the needed CSS: give it any title, its role is preferably ""configuration"" (but this is not a must).
  Set its [[''syntax''|00001006020000#syntax]] must be set to ""[[css|00001008000000#css]]"".
  The content must contain the role-specific CSS code, for example ``body {background-color: #FFFFD0}``for a background in a light yellow color.

  Let's assume, the newly created CSS zettel got the identifier ''20220825200100''.

  Now, you have to connect this zettel to the zettel called ""Zettelstore Role CSS Map"".
  Since you have enabled ''expert-mode'', you are allowed to modify it.
  Add the following metadata ''css-configuration-zid: 20220825200100'' to assign the role-specific CSS code for the role ""configuration"" to the CSS zettel containing that CSS.

  In general, its role-assigning metadata must be like this pattern: ''css-ROLE-zid: ID'', where ''ROLE'' is the placeholder for the role, and ''ID'' for the zettel identifier containing CSS code.
  It is allowed to assign more than one role to a specific CSS zettel.
* **Discussion:** you have to ensure that the CSS zettel is allowed to be read by the intended audience of the zettel with that given role.
  For example, if you made zettel with a specific role public visible, the CSS zettel must also have a [[''visibility: public''|00001010070200]] metadata.
* **Extension:** if you have already established a role-specific layout for zettel, but you additionally want just one another zettel with another role to be rendered with the same CSS, you have to add metadata to the one zettel: ''css-role: ROLE'', where ''ROLE'' is the placeholder for the role that already is assigned to a specific CSS-based layout.

=== Zettel synchronization with iCloud (Apple)
* **Problem:** You use Zettelstore on various macOS computers and you want to use the sameset of zettel across all computers.
* **Solution:** Place your zettel in an iCloud folder.

  To configure Zettelstore to use the folder, you must specify its location within you directory structure as [[''box-uri-X''|00001004010000#box-uri-x]] (replace ''X'' with an appropriate number).
  Your iCloud folder is typically placed in the folder ''~/Library/Mobile Documents/com~apple~CloudDocs''.
  The ""''~''"" is a shortcut and specifies your home folder.

  Unfortunately, Zettelstore does not yet support this shortcut.
  Therefore you must replace it with the absolute name of your home folder.
  In addition, a space character is not allowed in an URI.
  You have to replace it with the sequence ""''%20''"".

  Let us assume, that you stored your zettel box inside the folder ""zettel"", which is located top-level in your iCloud folder.
  In this case, you must specify the following box URI within the startup configuration: ''box-uri-1: dir:///Users/USERNAME/Library/Mobile%20Documents/com~apple~CloudDocs/zettel'', replacing ''USERNAME'' with the username of that specific computer (and assuming you want to use it as the first box).
* **Solution 2:** If you typically start your Zettelstore on the command line, you could use the ''-d DIR'' option for the [[''run''|00001004051000#d]] sub-command.
  In this case you are allowed to use the character ""''~''"".

  ''zettelstore run -d ~/Library/Mobile\\ Documents/com\\~apple\\~CloudDocs/zettel''

  (The ""''\\''"" is needed by the command line processor to mask the following character to be processed in unintended ways.)
* **Discussion:** Zettel files are synchronized between your computers via iCloud.
  Is does not matter, if one of your computer is offline / switched off.
  iCloud will synchronize the zettel files if it later comes online.

  However, if you use more than one computer simultaneously, you must be aware that synchronization takes some time.
  It might take several seconds, maybe longer, that new new version of a zettel appears on the other computer.
  If you update the same zettel on multiple computers at nearly the same time, iCloud will not be able to synchronize the different versions in a safe manner.
  Zettelstore is intentionally not aware of any synchronization within its zettel boxes.

  If Zettelstore behaves strangely after a synchronization took place, the page about [[Troubleshooting|00001018000000#working-with-files]] might contain some useful information.

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This page lists some problems and their solutions that may occur when using your Zettelstore.

=== Installation
* **Problem:** When you double-click on the Zettelstore executable icon, macOS complains that Zettelstore is an application from an unknown developer.
  Therefore, it will not start Zettelstore.
** **Solution:** Press the ''Ctrl'' key while opening the context menu of the Zettelstore executable with a right-click.
   A dialog is then opened where you can acknowledge that you understand the possible risks when you start Zettelstore.
   This dialog is only resented once for a given Zettelstore executable.
* **Problem:** When you double-click on the Zettelstore executable icon, Windows complains that Zettelstore is an application from an unknown developer.
** **Solution:** Windows displays a dialog where you can acknowledge possible risks and allows to start Zettelstore.

=== Authentication
* **Problem:** [[Authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] for a local running Zettelstore and there is a valid [[user zettel|00001010040200]] for the owner.
  But entering user name and password at the [[web user interface|00001014000000]] seems to be ignored, while entering a wrong password will result in an error message.
** **Explanation:** A local running Zettelstore typically means, that you are accessing the Zettelstore using an URL with schema ''http://'', and not ''https://'', for example ''http://localhost:23123''.
   The difference between these two is the missing encryption of user name / password and for the answer of the Zettelstore if you use the ''http://'' schema.
   To be secure by default, the Zettelstore will not work in an insecure environment.
** **Solution 1:** If you are sure that your communication medium is safe, even if you use the ''http:/\/'' schema (for example, you are running the Zettelstore on the same computer you are working on, or if the Zettelstore is running on a computer in your protected local network), then you could add the entry ''insecure-cookie: true'' in you [[startup configuration|00001004010000#insecure-cookie]] file.
** **Solution 2:** If you are not sure about the security of your communication medium (for example, if unknown persons might use your local network), then you should run an [[external server|00001010090100]] in front of your Zettelstore to enable the use of the ''https://'' schema.












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id: 00001018000000
title: Troubleshooting
role: manual
tags: #manual #zettelstore
syntax: zmk
modified: 20220823195041

This page lists some problems and their solutions that may occur when using your Zettelstore.

=== Installation
* **Problem:** When you double-click on the Zettelstore executable icon, macOS complains that Zettelstore is an application from an unknown developer.
  Therefore, it will not start Zettelstore.
** **Solution:** Press the ''Ctrl'' key while opening the context menu of the Zettelstore executable with a right-click.
   A dialog is then opened where you can acknowledge that you understand the possible risks when you start Zettelstore.
   This dialog is only resented once for a given Zettelstore executable.
* **Problem:** When you double-click on the Zettelstore executable icon, Windows complains that Zettelstore is an application from an unknown developer.
** **Solution:** Windows displays a dialog where you can acknowledge possible risks and allows to start Zettelstore.

=== Authentication
* **Problem:** [[Authentication is enabled|00001010040100]] for a local running Zettelstore and there is a valid [[user zettel|00001010040200]] for the owner.
  But entering user name and password at the [[web user interface|00001014000000]] seems to be ignored, while entering a wrong password will result in an error message.
** **Explanation:** A local running Zettelstore typically means, that you are accessing the Zettelstore using an URL with schema ''http://'', and not ''https://'', for example ''http://localhost:23123''.
   The difference between these two is the missing encryption of user name / password and for the answer of the Zettelstore if you use the ''http://'' schema.
   To be secure by default, the Zettelstore will not work in an insecure environment.
** **Solution 1:** If you are sure that your communication medium is safe, even if you use the ''http:/\/'' schema (for example, you are running the Zettelstore on the same computer you are working on, or if the Zettelstore is running on a computer in your protected local network), then you could add the entry ''insecure-cookie: true'' in you [[startup configuration|00001004010000#insecure-cookie]] file.
** **Solution 2:** If you are not sure about the security of your communication medium (for example, if unknown persons might use your local network), then you should run an [[external server|00001010090100]] in front of your Zettelstore to enable the use of the ''https://'' schema.

=== Working with Zettel Files
* **Problem:** When you delete a zettel file by removing it from the ""disk"", e.g. by dropping it into the trash folder, by dragging into another folder, or by removing it from the command line, Zettelstore sometimes did not detect that change.
  If you access the zettel via Zettelstore, a fatal error is reported.
** **Explanation:** Sometimes, the operating system does not tell Zettelstore about the removed zettel.
   This occurs mostly under MacOS.
** **Solution 1:** If you are running Zettelstore in [[""simple-mode""|00001004051100]] or if you have enabled [[''expert-mode''|00001004020000#expert-mode]], you are allowed to refresh the internal data by selecting ""Refresh"" in the Web User Interface (you find it in the menu ""Lists"").
** **Solution 2:** There is an [[API|00001012080500]] call to make Zettelstore aware of this change.
** **Solution 3:** If you have an enabled [[Administrator Console|00001004100000]] you can use the command [[''refresh''|00001004101000#refresh]] to make your changes visible.
** **Solution 4:** You configure the zettel box as [[""simple""|00001004011400]].

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2021 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
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// Some important ZettelIDs.
const (
	Invalid = Zid(0) // Invalid is a Zid that will never be valid
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// ZettelIDs that are used as Zid more than once.

// Note: if you change some values, ensure that you also change them in the
//       constant box. They are mentioned there literally, because these
//       constants are not available there.
var (
	ConfigurationZid   = MustParse(api.ZidConfiguration)
	BaseTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidBaseTemplate)
	LoginTemplateZid   = MustParse(api.ZidLoginTemplate)
	ListTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidListTemplate)
	ZettelTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidZettelTemplate)
	InfoTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidInfoTemplate)
	FormTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidFormTemplate)
	RenameTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidRenameTemplate)
	DeleteTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidDeleteTemplate)
	ContextTemplateZid = MustParse(api.ZidContextTemplate)
	RolesTemplateZid   = MustParse(api.ZidRolesTemplate)
	TagsTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidTagsTemplate)
	ErrorTemplateZid   = MustParse(api.ZidErrorTemplate)

	EmojiZid           = MustParse(api.ZidEmoji)
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// ZettelIDs that are used as Zid more than once.
//
// Note: if you change some values, ensure that you also change them in the
// Constant box. They are mentioned there literally, because these
// constants are not available there.
var (
	ConfigurationZid   = MustParse(api.ZidConfiguration)
	BaseTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidBaseTemplate)
	LoginTemplateZid   = MustParse(api.ZidLoginTemplate)
	ListTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidListTemplate)
	ZettelTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidZettelTemplate)
	InfoTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidInfoTemplate)
	FormTemplateZid    = MustParse(api.ZidFormTemplate)
	RenameTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidRenameTemplate)
	DeleteTemplateZid  = MustParse(api.ZidDeleteTemplate)
	ContextTemplateZid = MustParse(api.ZidContextTemplate)


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// IsValid determines if zettel id is a valid one, e.g. consists of max. 14 digits.
func (zid Zid) IsValid() bool { return 0 < zid && zid <= maxZid }




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func New(withSeconds bool) Zid {
	now := time.Now()
	var s string
	if withSeconds {
		s = now.Format("20060102150405")
	} else {
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// IsValid determines if zettel id is a valid one, e.g. consists of max. 14 digits.
func (zid Zid) IsValid() bool { return 0 < zid && zid <= maxZid }

// ZidLayout to transform a date into a Zid and into other internal dates.
const ZidLayout = "20060102150405"

// New returns a new zettel id based on the current time.
func New(withSeconds bool) Zid {
	now := time.Now().Local()
	var s string
	if withSeconds {
		s = now.Format(ZidLayout)
	} else {
		s = now.Format("20060102150400")
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// Copyright (c) 2022 Detlef Stern
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// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package meta

import "sort"

// Arrangement stores metadata within its categories.
// Typecally a category might be a tag name, a role name, a syntax value.
type Arrangement map[string][]*Meta

// CreateArrangement by inspecting a given key and use the found
// value as a category.
func CreateArrangement(metaList []*Meta, key string) Arrangement {
	if len(metaList) == 0 {
		return nil
	}
	descr := Type(key)
	if descr == nil {
		return nil
	}
	a := make(Arrangement)
	if descr.IsSet {
		for _, m := range metaList {
			if vals, ok := m.GetList(key); ok {
				for _, val := range vals {
					a[val] = append(a[val], m)
				}
			}
		}
	} else {
		for _, m := range metaList {
			if val, ok := m.Get(key); ok && val != "" {
				a[val] = append(a[val], m)
			}
		}
	}
	return a
}

// Counted returns the list of categories, together with the number of
// metadata for each category.
func (a Arrangement) Counted() CountedCategories {
	if len(a) == 0 {
		return nil
	}
	result := make(CountedCategories, 0, len(a))
	for cat, metas := range a {
		result = append(result, CountedCategory{Name: cat, Count: len(metas)})
	}
	return result
}

// CountedCategory contains of a name and the number how much this name occured
// somewhere.
type CountedCategory struct {
	Name  string
	Count int
}

// CountedCategories is the list of CountedCategories.
// Every name must occur only once.
type CountedCategories []CountedCategory

// SortByName sorts the list by the name attribute.
// Since each name must occur only once, two CountedCategories cannot have
// the same name.
func (ccs CountedCategories) SortByName() {
	sort.Slice(ccs, func(i, j int) bool { return ccs[i].Name < ccs[j].Name })
}

// SortByCount sorts the list by the count attribute, descending.
// If two counts are equal, elements are sorted by name.
func (ccs CountedCategories) SortByCount() {
	sort.Slice(ccs, func(i, j int) bool {
		iCount, jCount := ccs[i].Count, ccs[j].Count
		if iCount > jCount {
			return true
		}
		if iCount == jCount {
			return ccs[i].Name < ccs[j].Name
		}
		return false
	})
}

// Categories returns just the category names.
func (ccs CountedCategories) Categories() []string {
	result := make([]string, len(ccs))
	for i, cc := range ccs {
		result[i] = cc.Name
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func (kd *DescriptionKey) IsComputed() bool { return kd.usage >= usageComputed }

// IsProperty returns true, if metadata is a computed property.
func (kd *DescriptionKey) IsProperty() bool { return kd.usage >= usageProperty }




var registeredKeys = make(map[string]*DescriptionKey)

func registerKey(name string, t *DescriptionType, usage keyUsage, inverse string) {
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func (kd *DescriptionKey) IsComputed() bool { return kd.usage >= usageComputed }

// IsProperty returns true, if metadata is a computed property.
func (kd *DescriptionKey) IsProperty() bool { return kd.usage >= usageProperty }

// IsStoredComputed retruns true, if metadata is computed, but also stored.
func (kd *DescriptionKey) IsStoredComputed() bool { return kd.usage == usageComputed }

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func registerKey(name string, t *DescriptionType, usage keyUsage, inverse string) {
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func Inverse(name string) string {
	if kd, ok := registeredKeys[name]; ok {
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func GetDescription(name string) DescriptionKey {
	if d, ok := registeredKeys[name]; ok {
		return *d
	}
	return DescriptionKey{Type: Type(name)}
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// GetSortedKeyDescriptions delivers all metadata key descriptions as a slice, sorted by name.
func GetSortedKeyDescriptions() []*DescriptionKey {
	names := make([]string, 0, len(registeredKeys))
	for n := range registeredKeys {
		names = append(names, n)
	}
	sort.Strings(names)
	result := make([]*DescriptionKey, 0, len(names))
	for _, n := range names {
		result = append(result, registeredKeys[n])
	}
	return result
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func init() {
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	registerKey(api.KeyTitle, TypeZettelmarkup, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyRole, TypeWord, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyTags, TypeTagSet, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeySyntax, TypeWord, usageUser, "")

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	registerKey(api.KeyBackward, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyBoxNumber, TypeNumber, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyContentTags, TypeTagSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyCopyright, TypeString, usageUser, "")

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	registerKey(api.KeyDead, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyFolge, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyForward, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
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func IsStoredComputed(name string) bool {
	if kd, ok := registeredKeys[name]; ok {
		return kd.IsStoredComputed()
	}
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func Inverse(name string) string {
	if kd, ok := registeredKeys[name]; ok {
		return kd.Inverse
	}
	return ""
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func GetDescription(name string) DescriptionKey {
	if d, ok := registeredKeys[name]; ok {
		return *d
	}
	return DescriptionKey{Type: Type(name)}
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func GetSortedKeyDescriptions() []*DescriptionKey {

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	for _, n := range keys {
		result = append(result, registeredKeys[n])
	}
	return result
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func init() {
	registerKey(api.KeyID, TypeID, usageComputed, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyTitle, TypeZettelmarkup, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyRole, TypeWord, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyTags, TypeTagSet, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeySyntax, TypeWord, usageUser, "")

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	registerKey(api.KeyBack, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
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	registerKey(api.KeyBoxNumber, TypeNumber, usageProperty, "")

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	registerKey(api.KeyCreated, TypeTimestamp, usageComputed, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyCredential, TypeCredential, usageUser, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyDead, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyFolge, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
	registerKey(api.KeyForward, TypeIDSet, usageProperty, "")
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		m.pairs[key] = trimValue(value)
	}
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// An empty value will delete the previous association.
func (m *Meta) SetNonEmpty(key, value string) {
	if value == "" {
		delete(m.pairs, key)
	} else if key != api.KeyID {
		m.pairs[key] = trimValue(value)
	}
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// First come the pairs with predefined keys: MetaTitleKey, MetaTagsKey, MetaSyntaxKey,
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func (m *Meta) GetDefault(key, def string) string {
	if value, ok := m.Get(key); ok {
		return value
	}
	return def
}

// GetTitle returns the title of the metadata. It is the only key that has a
// defined default value: the string representation of the zettel identifier.
func (m *Meta) GetTitle() string {
	if title, found := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); found {
		return title
	}
	return m.Zid.String()
}

// Pairs returns not computed key/values pairs stored, in a specific order.
// First come the pairs with predefined keys: MetaTitleKey, MetaTagsKey, MetaSyntaxKey,
// MetaContextKey. Then all other pairs are append to the list, ordered by key.
func (m *Meta) Pairs() []Pair {
	return m.doPairs(m.getFirstKeys(), notComputedKey)
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
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// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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	}
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func TestTitleHeader(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	m := New(testID)
	if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok || got != "" {
		t.Errorf("Title is not empty, but %q", got)
	}
	addToMeta(m, api.KeyTitle, " ")
	if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok || got != "" {
		t.Errorf("Title is not empty, but %q", got)
	}
	const st = "A simple text"
	addToMeta(m, api.KeyTitle, " "+st+"  ")
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func TestTitleHeader(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	m := New(testID)
	if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok && got != "" {
		t.Errorf("Title is not empty, but %q", got)
	}
	addToMeta(m, api.KeyTitle, " ")
	if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok && got != "" {
		t.Errorf("Title is not empty, but %q", got)
	}
	const st = "A simple text"
	addToMeta(m, api.KeyTitle, " "+st+"  ")
	if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); !ok || got != st {
		t.Errorf("Title is not %q, but %q", st, got)
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package meta provides the domain specific type 'meta'.
package meta

import (
	"sort"
	"strings"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"

	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/strfun"
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package meta provides the domain specific type 'meta'.
package meta

import (

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	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/c/maps"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/id"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/strfun"
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// NewFromInput parses the meta data of a zettel.
func NewFromInput(zid id.Zid, inp *input.Input) *Meta {
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	addToSet(set, newElems, useElem)
	if len(set) == 0 {
		// Nothing to add. Maybe because of rejected elements.
		return
	}
	addToSet(set, oldElems, useElem)

	resultList := make([]string, 0, len(set))
	for tag := range set {
		resultList = append(resultList, tag)
	}
	sort.Strings(resultList)
	m.SetList(key, resultList)
}

func addData(m *Meta, k, v string) {
	if o, ok := m.Get(k); !ok || o == "" {
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	addToSet(set, newElems, useElem)
	if len(set) == 0 {
		// Nothing to add. Maybe because of rejected elements.
		return
	}
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	m.SetList(key, maps.Keys(set))
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	if o, ok := m.Get(k); !ok || o == "" {
		m.Set(k, v)
	} else if v != "" {
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	case "", api.KeyID:
		// Empty key and 'id' key will be ignored
		return
	}

	switch Type(key) {
	case TypeString, TypeZettelmarkup:
		if v != "" {
			addData(m, key, v)
		}
	case TypeTagSet:
		addSet(m, key, strings.ToLower(v), func(s string) bool { return s[0] == '#' })
	case TypeWord:
		m.Set(key, strings.ToLower(v))
	case TypeWordSet:
		addSet(m, key, strings.ToLower(v), func(s string) bool { return true })
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	case "", api.KeyID:
		// Empty key and 'id' key will be ignored
		return
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	switch Type(key) {




	case TypeTagSet:
		addSet(m, key, strings.ToLower(v), func(s string) bool { return s[0] == '#' && len(s) > 1 })
	case TypeWord:
		m.Set(key, strings.ToLower(v))
	case TypeWordSet:
		addSet(m, key, strings.ToLower(v), func(s string) bool { return true })
	case TypeID:
		if _, err := id.Parse(v); err == nil {
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package meta_test provides tests for the domain specific type 'meta'.
package meta_test

import (

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	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
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// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package meta_test provides tests for the domain specific type 'meta'.
package meta_test

import (
	"strings"
	"testing"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
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		m := parseMetaStr(tc.s)
		if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); !ok || got != tc.e {
			t.Log(m)
			t.Errorf("TC=%d: expected %q, got %q", i, tc.e, got)
		}
	}



















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	if title, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok {


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func TestNewFromInput(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	testcases := []struct {
		input string
		exp   []meta.Pair
	}{
		{"", []meta.Pair{}},
		{" a:b", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"%a:b", []meta.Pair{}},
		{"a:b\r\n\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"a:b\r\n%c:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"% a:b\r\n c:d", []meta.Pair{{"c", "d"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n--\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}, {"c", "d"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n---\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n----\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},

	}
	for i, tc := range testcases {
		meta := parseMetaStr(tc.input)
		if got := meta.Pairs(); !equalPairs(tc.exp, got) {
			t.Errorf("TC=%d: expected=%v, got=%v", i, tc.exp, got)
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		m := parseMetaStr(tc.s)
		if got, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); !ok || got != tc.e {
			t.Log(m)
			t.Errorf("TC=%d: expected %q, got %q", i, tc.e, got)
		}
	}
}

func TestTags(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	testcases := []struct {
		src string
		exp string
	}{
		{"", ""},
		{api.KeyTags + ":", ""},
		{api.KeyTags + ": c", ""},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #", ""},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #c", "c"},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #c #", "c"},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #c #b", "b c"},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #c # #", "c"},
		{api.KeyTags + ": #c # #b", "b c"},
	}
	for i, tc := range testcases {
		m := parseMetaStr(tc.src)
		tags, found := m.GetTags(api.KeyTags)
		if !found {
			if tc.exp != "" {
				t.Errorf("%d / %q: no %s found", i, tc.src, api.KeyTags)
			}
			continue
		}
		if tc.exp == "" && len(tags) > 0 {
			t.Errorf("%d / %q: expected no %s, but got %v", i, tc.src, api.KeyTags, tags)
			continue
		}
		got := strings.Join(tags, " ")
		if tc.exp != got {
			t.Errorf("%d / %q: expected %q, got: %q", i, tc.src, tc.exp, got)
		}
	}
}

func TestNewFromInput(t *testing.T) {
	t.Parallel()
	testcases := []struct {
		input string
		exp   []meta.Pair
	}{
		{"", []meta.Pair{}},
		{" a:b", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"%a:b", []meta.Pair{}},
		{"a:b\r\n\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"a:b\r\n%c:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"% a:b\r\n c:d", []meta.Pair{{"c", "d"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n--\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}, {"c", "d"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n---\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"---\r\na:b\r\n----\r\nc:d", []meta.Pair{{"a", "b"}}},
		{"new-title:\nnew-url:", []meta.Pair{{"new-title", ""}, {"new-url", ""}}},
	}
	for i, tc := range testcases {
		meta := parseMetaStr(tc.input)
		if got := meta.Pairs(); !equalPairs(tc.exp, got) {
			t.Errorf("TC=%d: expected=%v, got=%v", i, tc.exp, got)
		}
	}

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	"strings"
	"sync"
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	"zettelstore.de/c/zjson"
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	registeredTypes[name] = t
	return t
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var (
	TypeCredential   = registerType(zjson.MetaCredential, false)
	TypeEmpty        = registerType(zjson.MetaEmpty, false)
	TypeID           = registerType(zjson.MetaID, false)
	TypeIDSet        = registerType(zjson.MetaIDSet, true)
	TypeNumber       = registerType(zjson.MetaNumber, false)
	TypeString       = registerType(zjson.MetaString, false)
	TypeTagSet       = registerType(zjson.MetaTagSet, true)
	TypeTimestamp    = registerType(zjson.MetaTimestamp, false)
	TypeURL          = registerType(zjson.MetaURL, false)
	TypeWord         = registerType(zjson.MetaWord, false)
	TypeWordSet      = registerType(zjson.MetaWordSet, true)
	TypeZettelmarkup = registerType(zjson.MetaZettelmarkup, false)
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	return t
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	TypeEmpty        = registerType(api.MetaEmpty, false)
	TypeID           = registerType(api.MetaID, false)
	TypeIDSet        = registerType(api.MetaIDSet, true)
	TypeNumber       = registerType(api.MetaNumber, false)
	TypeString       = registerType(api.MetaString, false)
	TypeTagSet       = registerType(api.MetaTagSet, true)
	TypeTimestamp    = registerType(api.MetaTimestamp, false)
	TypeURL          = registerType(api.MetaURL, false)
	TypeWord         = registerType(api.MetaWord, false)
	TypeWordSet      = registerType(api.MetaWordSet, true)
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	}
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// SetNow stores the current timestamp under the given key.
func (m *Meta) SetNow(key string) {
	m.Set(key, time.Now().Format("20060102150405"))
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// BoolValue returns the value interpreted as a bool.
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func (m *Meta) SetNow(key string) {
	m.Set(key, time.Now().Local().Format(id.ZidLayout))
}

// BoolValue returns the value interpreted as a bool.
func BoolValue(value string) bool {
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func TimeValue(value string) (time.Time, bool) {
	if t, err := time.Parse("20060102150405", value); err == nil {
		return t, true
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func TimeValue(value string) (time.Time, bool) {
	if t, err := time.Parse(id.ZidLayout, value); err == nil {
		return t, true
	}
	return time.Time{}, false
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	ErrNoWriteContent = errors.New("method WriteContent is not implemented")
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	ErrNoWriteInlines = errors.New("method WriteInlines is not implemented")
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func Create(enc api.EncodingEnum, env *Environment) Encoder {
	if info, ok := registry[enc]; ok {
		return info.Create(env)
	}
	return nil
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// Info stores some data about an encoder.
type Info struct {
	Create  func(*Environment) Encoder
	Default bool
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var defEncoding api.EncodingEnum

// Register the encoder for later retrieval.
func Register(enc api.EncodingEnum, info Info) {
	if _, ok := registry[enc]; ok {
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("Encoder %q already registered", enc))
	}
	if info.Default {
		if defEncoding != api.EncoderUnknown && defEncoding != enc {
			panic(fmt.Sprintf("Default encoder already set: %q, new encoding: %q", defEncoding, enc))
		}
		defEncoding = enc
	}
	registry[enc] = info
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func GetEncodings() []api.EncodingEnum {
	result := make([]api.EncodingEnum, 0, len(registry))
	for enc := range registry {
		result = append(result, enc)
	}
	return result
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func GetDefaultEncoding() api.EncodingEnum {
	if defEncoding != api.EncoderUnknown {
		return defEncoding
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	ErrNoWriteContent = errors.New("method WriteContent is not implemented")
	ErrNoWriteBlocks  = errors.New("method WriteBlocks is not implemented")
	ErrNoWriteInlines = errors.New("method WriteInlines is not implemented")
)

// Create builds a new encoder with the given options.
func Create(enc api.EncodingEnum) Encoder {
	if create, ok := registry[enc]; ok {
		return create()
	}
	return nil
}

// CreateFunc produces a new encoder.

type CreateFunc func() Encoder



var registry = map[api.EncodingEnum]CreateFunc{}


// Register the encoder for later retrieval.
func Register(enc api.EncodingEnum, create CreateFunc) {
	if _, ok := registry[enc]; ok {
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("Encoder %q already registered", enc))
	}






	registry[enc] = create
}

// GetEncodings returns all registered encodings, ordered by encoding value.
func GetEncodings() []api.EncodingEnum {
	result := make([]api.EncodingEnum, 0, len(registry))
	for enc := range registry {
		result = append(result, enc)
	}
	return result
}

// GetDefaultEncoding returns the encoding that should be used as default.
func GetDefaultEncoding() api.EncodingEnum {



	if _, ok := registry[api.EncoderZJSON]; ok {
		return api.EncoderZJSON
	}
	panic("No ZJSON encoding registered")
}

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		},
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"BLOB","q":"PNG","s":"png","o":"iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg=="}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==" title="PNG">`,
			encoderNative: `[BLOB "PNG" "png" "iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg=="]`,
			encoderText:   "",
			encoderZmk:    `%% Unable to display BLOB with title 'PNG' and syntax 'png'.`,
		},
	},
}

func TestBlob(t *testing.T) {
	m := meta.New(id.Invalid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "PNG")
	for testNum, tc := range pngTestCases {
		inp := input.NewInput(tc.blob)
		pe := &peBlocks{bs: parser.ParseBlocks(inp, m, "png")}
		checkEncodings(t, testNum, pe, tc.descr, tc.expect, "???")
	}
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		},
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"BLOB","q":"PNG","s":"png","o":"iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg=="}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<p><img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg==" title="PNG"></p>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((BLOB "PNG" "png" "iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAAEAAAABCAAAAAA6fptVAAAACklEQVR4nGNiAAAABgADNjd8qAAAAABJRU5ErkJggg=="))`,
			encoderText:  "",
			encoderZmk:   `%% Unable to display BLOB with title 'PNG' and syntax 'png'.`,
		},
	},
}

func TestBlob(t *testing.T) {
	m := meta.New(id.Invalid)
	m.Set(api.KeyTitle, "PNG")
	for testNum, tc := range pngTestCases {
		inp := input.NewInput(tc.blob)
		pe := &peBlocks{bs: parser.ParseBlocks(inp, m, "png")}
		checkEncodings(t, testNum, pe, tc.descr, tc.expect, "???")
	}
}

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package encoder_test

var tcsBlock = []zmkTestCase{
	{
		descr: "Empty Zettelmarkup should produce near nothing",
		zmk:   "",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[]`,
			encoderHTML:   "",
			encoderNative: ``,
			encoderText:   "",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple text: Hello, world",
		zmk:   "Hello, world",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Hello,"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"world"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<p>Hello, world</p>",
			encoderNative: `[Para Text "Hello,",Space,Text "world"]`,
			encoderText:   "Hello, world",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple block comment",
		zmk:   "%%%\nNo\nrender\n%%%",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"CommentBlock","s":"No\nrender"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   ``,
			encoderNative: `[CommentBlock "No\nrender"]`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Rendered block comment",
		zmk:   "%%%{-}\nRender\n%%%",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"CommentBlock","a":{"-":""},"s":"Render"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<!--\nRender\n-->",
			encoderNative: `[CommentBlock ("",[-]) "Render"]`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Heading",
		zmk:   `=== Top`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Heading","n":1,"s":"top","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Top"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<h2 id=\"top\">Top</h2>",
			encoderNative: `[Heading 1 #top Text "Top"]`,
			encoderText:   `Top`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Einfache Liste",
		zmk:   "* A\n* B\n* C",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"A"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"B"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"C"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<ul>\n<li>A</li>\n<li>B</li>\n<li>C</li>\n</ul>",
			encoderNative: `[BulletList
 [[Para Text "A"]],
 [[Para Text "B"]],
 [[Para Text "C"]]]`,
			encoderText: "A\nB\nC",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Schachtelliste",
		zmk:   "* T1\n** T2\n* T3\n** T4\n* T5",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T1"}]},{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T2"}]}]]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T3"}]},{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T4"}]}]]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T5"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML: `<ul>
<li>
<p>T1</p>
<ul>
<li>T2</li>
</ul>
</li>
<li>
<p>T3</p>
<ul>
<li>T4</li>
</ul>
</li>
<li>
<p>T5</p>
</li>
</ul>`,
			encoderNative: `[BulletList
 [[Para Text "T1"],
  [BulletList
   [[Para Text "T2"]]]],
 [[Para Text "T3"],
  [BulletList
   [[Para Text "T4"]]]],
 [[Para Text "T5"]]]`,

			encoderText: "T1\nT2\nT3\nT4\nT5",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Zwei Listen hintereinander",
		zmk:   "* Item1.1\n* Item1.2\n* Item1.3\n\n* Item2.1\n* Item2.2",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.1"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.2"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.3"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item2.1"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item2.2"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<ul>\n<li>Item1.1</li>\n<li>Item1.2</li>\n<li>Item1.3</li>\n<li>Item2.1</li>\n<li>Item2.2</li>\n</ul>",
			encoderNative: `[BulletList
 [[Para Text "Item1.1"]],
 [[Para Text "Item1.2"]],
 [[Para Text "Item1.3"]],
 [[Para Text "Item2.1"]],
 [[Para Text "Item2.2"]]]`,
			encoderText: "Item1.1\nItem1.2\nItem1.3\nItem2.1\nItem2.2",
			encoderZmk:  "* Item1.1\n* Item1.2\n* Item1.3\n* Item2.1\n* Item2.2",
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple horizontal rule",
		zmk:   `---`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Thematic"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<hr>",
			encoderNative: `[Hrule]`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "No list after paragraph",
		zmk:   "Text\n*abc",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Text","s":"*abc"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<p>Text\n*abc</p>",
			encoderNative: `[Para Text "Text",Space,Text "*abc"]`,
			encoderText:   `Text *abc`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "A list after paragraph",
		zmk:   "Text\n# abc",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Text"}]},{"":"Ordered","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"abc"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<p>Text</p>\n<ol>\n<li>abc</li>\n</ol>",
			encoderNative: `[Para Text "Text"],
[OrderedList
 [[Para Text "abc"]]]`,
			encoderText: "Text\nabc",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Quote Block",
		zmk:   "<<<\nToBeOrNotToBe\n<<< Romeo",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Excerpt","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"ToBeOrNotToBe"}]}],"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Romeo"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<blockquote>\n<p>ToBeOrNotToBe</p>\n<cite>Romeo</cite>\n</blockquote>",
			encoderNative: `[QuoteBlock
 [[Para Text "ToBeOrNotToBe"]],
 [Cite Text "Romeo"]]`,
			encoderText: "ToBeOrNotToBe\nRomeo",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quote Block with multiple paragraphs",
		zmk:   "<<<\nToBeOr\n\nNotToBe\n<<< Romeo",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Excerpt","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"ToBeOr"}]},{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"NotToBe"}]}],"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Romeo"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<blockquote>\n<p>ToBeOr</p>\n<p>NotToBe</p>\n<cite>Romeo</cite>\n</blockquote>",
			encoderNative: `[QuoteBlock
 [[Para Text "ToBeOr"],
  [Para Text "NotToBe"]],
 [Cite Text "Romeo"]]`,
			encoderText: "ToBeOr\nNotToBe\nRomeo",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Verse block",
		zmk: `"""
A line
  another line
Back

Paragraph

    Spacy  Para
""" Author`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  "[{\"\":\"Poem\",\"b\":[{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"A\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"line\"},{\"\":\"Hard\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"another\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"line\"},{\"\":\"Hard\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Back\"}]},{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Paragraph\"}]},{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Spacy\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Para\"}]}],\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Author\"}]}]",
			encoderHTML:   "<div>\n<p>A\u00a0line<br>\n\u00a0\u00a0another\u00a0line<br>\nBack</p>\n<p>Paragraph</p>\n<p>\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Spacy\u00a0\u00a0Para</p>\n<cite>Author</cite>\n</div>",
			encoderNative: "[VerseBlock\n [[Para Text \"A\",Space,Text \"line\",Break,Space 2,Text \"another\",Space,Text \"line\",Break,Text \"Back\"],\n  [Para Text \"Paragraph\"],\n  [Para Space 4,Text \"Spacy\",Space 2,Text \"Para\"]],\n [Cite Text \"Author\"]]",
			encoderText:   "A line\n another line\nBack\nParagraph\n Spacy Para\nAuthor",
			encoderZmk:    "\"\"\"\nA\u00a0line\\\n\u00a0\u00a0another\u00a0line\\\nBack\nParagraph\n\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Spacy\u00a0\u00a0Para\n\"\"\" Author",
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Span Block",
		zmk: `:::
A simple
   span
and much more
:::`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Block","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"A"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"simple"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"span"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Text","s":"and"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"much"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"more"}]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<div>\n<p>A simple\n span\nand much more</p>\n</div>",
			encoderNative: `[SpanBlock
 [[Para Text "A",Space,Text "simple",Space,Space 3,Text "span",Space,Text "and",Space,Text "much",Space,Text "more"]]]`,
			encoderText: `A simple  span and much more`,
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Verbatim",
		zmk:   "```\nHello\nWorld\n```",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"CodeBlock","s":"Hello\nWorld"}]`,
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	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Description List",
		zmk:   "; Zettel\n: Paper\n: Note\n; Zettelkasten\n: Slip box",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Description","d":[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Zettel"}],"e":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Paper"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Note"}]}]]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Zettelkasten"}],"e":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Slip"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"box"}]}]]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<dl>\n<dt>Zettel</dt>\n<dd>Paper</dd>\n<dd>Note</dd>\n<dt>Zettelkasten</dt>\n<dd>Slip box</dd>\n</dl>",
			encoderNative: `[DescriptionList
 [Term [Text "Zettel"],
  [Description
   [Para Text "Paper"]],
  [Description
   [Para Text "Note"]]],
 [Term [Text "Zettelkasten"],
  [Description
   [Para Text "Slip",Space,Text "box"]]]]`,
			encoderText: "Zettel\nPaper\nNote\nZettelkasten\nSlip box",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Table",
		zmk:   "|c1|c2|c3\n|d1||d3",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Table","p":[[],[[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c2"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c3"}]}],[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"d1"}]},{"i":[]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"d3"}]}]]]}]`,
			encoderHTML: `<table>
<tbody>
<tr><td>c1</td><td>c2</td><td>c3</td></tr>
<tr><td>d1</td><td></td><td>d3</td></tr>
</tbody>
</table>`,
			encoderNative: `[Table
 [Row [Cell Default Text "c1"],[Cell Default Text "c2"],[Cell Default Text "c3"]],
 [Row [Cell Default Text "d1"],[Cell Default],[Cell Default Text "d3"]]]`,

			encoderText: "c1 c2 c3\nd1  d3",
			encoderZmk:  useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
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		zmk: `|h1>|=h2|h3:|
|%--+---+---+
|<c1|c2|:c3|
|f1|f2|=f3`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Table","p":[[{"s":">","i":[{"":"Text","s":"h1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"h2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"h3"}]}],[[{"s":"<","i":[{"":"Text","s":"c1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"c3"}]}],[{"s":">","i":[{"":"Text","s":"f1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"f2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"=f3"}]}]]]}]`,
			encoderHTML: `<table>
<thead>
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</thead>
<tbody>
<tr><td class="left">c1</td><td>c2</td><td class="center">c3</td></tr>
<tr><td class="right">f1</td><td>f2</td><td class="center">=f3</td></tr>
</tbody>
</table>`,
			encoderNative: `[Table
 [Header [Cell Right Text "h1"],[Cell Default Text "h2"],[Cell Center Text "h3"]],
 [Row [Cell Left Text "c1"],[Cell Default Text "c2"],[Cell Center Text "c3"]],
 [Row [Cell Right Text "f1"],[Cell Default Text "f2"],[Cell Center Text "=f3"]]]`,

			encoderText: "h1 h2 h3\nc1 c2 c3\nf1 f2 =f3",
			encoderZmk: `|=h1>|=h2|=h3:
|<c1|c2|c3
|f1|f2|=f3`,
		},
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		descr: "",
		zmk:   ``,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[]`,
			encoderHTML:   ``,
			encoderNative: ``,
			encoderText:   "",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
}

// func TestEncoderBlock(t *testing.T) {
// 	executeTestCases(t, tcsBlock)
// }







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package encoder_test

var tcsBlock = []zmkTestCase{
	{
		descr: "Empty Zettelmarkup should produce near nothing",
		zmk:   "",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[]`,
			encoderHTML:  "",
			encoderSexpr: `()`,
			encoderText:  "",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple text: Hello, world",
		zmk:   "Hello, world",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Hello,"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"world"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<p>Hello, world</p>",
			encoderSexpr: `((PARA (TEXT "Hello,") (SPACE) (TEXT "world")))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello, world",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple block comment",
		zmk:   "%%%\nNo\nrender\n%%%",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"CommentBlock","s":"No\nrender"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  ``,
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-COMMENT () "No\nrender"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Rendered block comment",
		zmk:   "%%%{-}\nRender\n%%%",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"CommentBlock","a":{"-":""},"s":"Render"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<!--\nRender\n-->",
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-COMMENT (("-" "")) "Render"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Heading",
		zmk:   `=== Top`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Heading","n":1,"s":"top","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Top"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<h2 id=\"top\">Top</h2>",
			encoderSexpr: `((HEADING 1 () "top" "top" (TEXT "Top")))`,
			encoderText:  `Top`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple List",
		zmk:   "* A\n* B\n* C",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"A"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"B"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"C"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<ul><li>A</li><li>B</li><li>C</li></ul>",
			encoderSexpr: `((UNORDERED ((TEXT "A")) ((TEXT "B")) ((TEXT "C"))))`,



			encoderText:  "A\nB\nC",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Nested List",
		zmk:   "* T1\n** T2\n* T3\n** T4\n** T5\n* T6",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T1"}]},{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T2"}]}]]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T3"}]},{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T4"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T5"}]}]]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"T6"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<ul><li><p>T1</p><ul><li>T2</li></ul></li><li><p>T3</p><ul><li>T4</li><li>T5</li></ul></li><li><p>T6</p></li></ul>`,
























			encoderSexpr: `((UNORDERED ((PARA (TEXT "T1")) (UNORDERED ((TEXT "T2")))) ((PARA (TEXT "T3")) (UNORDERED ((TEXT "T4")) ((TEXT "T5")))) ((PARA (TEXT "T6")))))`,
			encoderText:  "T1\nT2\nT3\nT4\nT5\nT6",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Sequence of two lists",
		zmk:   "* Item1.1\n* Item1.2\n* Item1.3\n\n* Item2.1\n* Item2.2",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Bullet","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.1"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.2"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item1.3"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item2.1"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Item2.2"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<ul><li>Item1.1</li><li>Item1.2</li><li>Item1.3</li><li>Item2.1</li><li>Item2.2</li></ul>",

			encoderSexpr: `((UNORDERED ((TEXT "Item1.1")) ((TEXT "Item1.2")) ((TEXT "Item1.3")) ((TEXT "Item2.1")) ((TEXT "Item2.2"))))`,




			encoderText:  "Item1.1\nItem1.2\nItem1.3\nItem2.1\nItem2.2",
			encoderZmk:   "* Item1.1\n* Item1.2\n* Item1.3\n* Item2.1\n* Item2.2",
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple horizontal rule",
		zmk:   `---`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Thematic"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<hr>",
			encoderSexpr: `((THEMATIC ()))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "No list after paragraph",
		zmk:   "Text\n*abc",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Text","s":"*abc"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<p>Text *abc</p>",
			encoderSexpr: `((PARA (TEXT "Text") (SOFT) (TEXT "*abc")))`,
			encoderText:  `Text *abc`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "A list after paragraph",
		zmk:   "Text\n# abc",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Text"}]},{"":"Ordered","c":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"abc"}]}]]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<p>Text</p><ol><li>abc</li></ol>",
			encoderSexpr: `((PARA (TEXT "Text")) (ORDERED ((TEXT "abc"))))`,


			encoderText:  "Text\nabc",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Quote Block",
		zmk:   "<<<\nToBeOrNotToBe\n<<< Romeo",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Excerpt","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"ToBeOrNotToBe"}]}],"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Romeo"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<blockquote><p>ToBeOrNotToBe</p><cite>Romeo</cite></blockquote>",

			encoderSexpr: `((REGION-QUOTE () ((PARA (TEXT "ToBeOrNotToBe"))) ((TEXT "Romeo"))))`,

			encoderText:  "ToBeOrNotToBe\nRomeo",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quote Block with multiple paragraphs",
		zmk:   "<<<\nToBeOr\n\nNotToBe\n<<< Romeo",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Excerpt","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"ToBeOr"}]},{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"NotToBe"}]}],"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Romeo"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<blockquote><p>ToBeOr</p><p>NotToBe</p><cite>Romeo</cite></blockquote>",

			encoderSexpr: `((REGION-QUOTE () ((PARA (TEXT "ToBeOr")) (PARA (TEXT "NotToBe"))) ((TEXT "Romeo"))))`,


			encoderText:  "ToBeOr\nNotToBe\nRomeo",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Verse block",
		zmk: `"""
A line
  another line
Back

Paragraph

    Spacy  Para
""" Author`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: "[{\"\":\"Poem\",\"b\":[{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"A\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"line\"},{\"\":\"Hard\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"another\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"line\"},{\"\":\"Hard\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Back\"}]},{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Paragraph\"}]},{\"\":\"Para\",\"i\":[{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Spacy\"},{\"\":\"Space\",\"s\":\"\u00a0\u00a0\"},{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Para\"}]}],\"i\":[{\"\":\"Text\",\"s\":\"Author\"}]}]",
			encoderHTML:  "<div><p>A\u00a0line<br>\u00a0\u00a0another\u00a0line<br>Back</p><p>Paragraph</p><p>\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Spacy\u00a0\u00a0Para</p><cite>Author</cite></div>",
			encoderSexpr: "((REGION-VERSE () ((PARA (TEXT \"A\") (SPACE \"\u00a0\") (TEXT \"line\") (HARD) (SPACE \"\u00a0\u00a0\") (TEXT \"another\") (SPACE \"\u00a0\") (TEXT \"line\") (HARD) (TEXT \"Back\")) (PARA (TEXT \"Paragraph\")) (PARA (SPACE \"\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\") (TEXT \"Spacy\") (SPACE \"\u00a0\u00a0\") (TEXT \"Para\"))) ((TEXT \"Author\"))))",
			encoderText:  "A line\n another line\nBack\nParagraph\n Spacy Para\nAuthor",
			encoderZmk:   "\"\"\"\nA\u00a0line\\\n\u00a0\u00a0another\u00a0line\\\nBack\nParagraph\n\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Spacy\u00a0\u00a0Para\n\"\"\" Author",
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Span Block",
		zmk: `:::
A simple
   span
and much more
:::`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Block","b":[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"A"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"simple"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"span"},{"":"Soft"},{"":"Text","s":"and"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"much"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"more"}]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<div><p>A simple  span and much more</p></div>",
			encoderSexpr: `((REGION-BLOCK () ((PARA (TEXT "A") (SPACE) (TEXT "simple") (SOFT) (SPACE) (TEXT "span") (SOFT) (TEXT "and") (SPACE) (TEXT "much") (SPACE) (TEXT "more"))) ()))`,

			encoderText:  `A simple  span and much more`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Verbatim Code",
		zmk:   "```\nHello\nWorld\n```",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"CodeBlock","s":"Hello\nWorld"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<pre><code>Hello\nWorld</code></pre>",
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-CODE () "Hello\nWorld"))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello\nWorld",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Verbatim Code with visible spaces",
		zmk:   "```{-}\nHello World\n```",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"CodeBlock","a":{"-":""},"s":"Hello World"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<pre><code>Hello\u2423World</code></pre>",
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-CODE (("-" "")) "Hello World"))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello World",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Verbatim Eval",
		zmk:   "~~~\nHello\nWorld\n~~~",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"EvalBlock","s":"Hello\nWorld"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<pre><code class=\"zs-eval\">Hello\nWorld</code></pre>",
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-EVAL () "Hello\nWorld"))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello\nWorld",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Verbatim Math",
		zmk:   "$$$\nHello\n\\LaTeX\n$$$",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"MathBlock","s":"Hello\n\\LaTeX"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<pre><code class=\"zs-math\">Hello\n\\LaTeX</code></pre>",
			encoderSexpr: `((VERBATIM-MATH () "Hello\n\\LaTeX"))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello\n\\LaTeX",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Description List",
		zmk:   "; Zettel\n: Paper\n: Note\n; Zettelkasten\n: Slip box",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Description","d":[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Zettel"}],"e":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Paper"}]}],[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Note"}]}]]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"Zettelkasten"}],"e":[[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Slip"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"box"}]}]]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<dl><dt>Zettel</dt><dd>Paper</dd><dd>Note</dd><dt>Zettelkasten</dt><dd>Slip box</dd></dl>",
			encoderSexpr: `((DESCRIPTION ((TEXT "Zettel")) (((TEXT "Paper")) ((TEXT "Note"))) ((TEXT "Zettelkasten")) (((TEXT "Slip") (SPACE) (TEXT "box")))))`,








			encoderText:  "Zettel\nPaper\nNote\nZettelkasten\nSlip box",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Table",
		zmk:   "|c1|c2|c3\n|d1||d3",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Table","p":[[],[[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c2"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c3"}]}],[{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"d1"}]},{"i":[]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"d3"}]}]]]}]`,


			encoderHTML:  `<table><tbody><tr><td>c1</td><td>c2</td><td>c3</td></tr><tr><td>d1</td><td></td><td>d3</td></tr></tbody></table>`,






			encoderSexpr: `((TABLE () ((CELL (TEXT "c1")) (CELL (TEXT "c2")) (CELL (TEXT "c3"))) ((CELL (TEXT "d1")) (CELL) (CELL (TEXT "d3")))))`,
			encoderText:  "c1 c2 c3\nd1  d3",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Table with alignment and comment",
		zmk: `|h1>|=h2|h3:|
|%--+---+---+
|<c1|c2|:c3|
|f1|f2|=f3`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Table","p":[[{"s":">","i":[{"":"Text","s":"h1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"h2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"h3"}]}],[[{"s":"<","i":[{"":"Text","s":"c1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"c2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"c3"}]}],[{"s":">","i":[{"":"Text","s":"f1"}]},{"i":[{"":"Text","s":"f2"}]},{"s":":","i":[{"":"Text","s":"=f3"}]}]]]}]`,





			encoderHTML:  `<table><thead><tr><td class="right">h1</td><td>h2</td><td class="center">h3</td></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td class="left">c1</td><td>c2</td><td class="center">c3</td></tr><tr><td class="right">f1</td><td>f2</td><td class="center">=f3</td></tr></tbody></table>`,







			encoderSexpr: `((TABLE ((CELL-RIGHT (TEXT "h1")) (CELL (TEXT "h2")) (CELL-CENTER (TEXT "h3"))) ((CELL-LEFT (TEXT "c1")) (CELL (TEXT "c2")) (CELL-CENTER (TEXT "c3"))) ((CELL-RIGHT (TEXT "f1")) (CELL (TEXT "f2")) (CELL-CENTER (TEXT "=f3")))))`,
			encoderText:  "h1 h2 h3\nc1 c2 c3\nf1 f2 =f3",
			encoderZmk: `|=h1>|=h2|=h3:
|<c1|c2|c3
|f1|f2|=f3`,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Endnotes",
		zmk:   `Text[^Footnote]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Para","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Footnote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Footnote"}]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<p>Text<sup id="fnref:1"><a class="zs-noteref" href="#fn:1" role="doc-noteref">1</a></sup></p><ol class="zs-endnotes"><li class="zs-endnote" id="fn:1" role="doc-endnote" value="1">Footnote <a class="zs-endnote-backref" href="#fnref:1" role="doc-backlink">&#x21a9;&#xfe0e;</a></li></ol>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((PARA (TEXT "Text") (FOOTNOTE () (TEXT "Footnote"))))`,
			encoderText:  "Text Footnote",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Transclusion",
		zmk:   `{{{http://example.com/image}}}{width="100px"}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Transclude","a":{"width":"100px"},"q":"external","s":"http://example.com/image"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<p><img class="external" src="http://example.com/image" width="100px"></p>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((TRANSCLUDE (("width" "100px")) (EXTERNAL "http://example.com/image")))`,
			encoderText:  "",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "",
		zmk:   ``,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[]`,
			encoderHTML:  ``,
			encoderSexpr: `()`,
			encoderText:  "",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
}

// func TestEncoderBlock(t *testing.T) {
// 	executeTestCases(t, tcsBlock)
// }

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package encoder_test

var tcsInline = []zmkTestCase{
	{
		descr: "Empty Zettelmarkup should produce near nothing (inline)",
		zmk:   "",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[]`,
			encoderHTML:   "",
			encoderNative: ``,
			encoderText:   "",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple text: Hello, world (inline)",
		zmk:   `Hello, world`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Text","s":"Hello,"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"world"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "Hello, world",
			encoderNative: `Text "Hello,",Space,Text "world"`,
			encoderText:   "Hello, world",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Emphasized formatting",
		zmk:   "__emph__",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Emph","i":[{"":"Text","s":"emph"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<em>emph</em>",
			encoderNative: `Emph [Text "emph"]`,
			encoderText:   "emph",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Strong formatting",
		zmk:   "**strong**",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Strong","i":[{"":"Text","s":"strong"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<strong>strong</strong>",
			encoderNative: `Strong [Text "strong"]`,
			encoderText:   "strong",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Insert formatting",
		zmk:   ">>insert>>",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Insert","i":[{"":"Text","s":"insert"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<ins>insert</ins>",
			encoderNative: `Insert [Text "insert"]`,
			encoderText:   "insert",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Delete formatting",
		zmk:   "~~delete~~",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Delete","i":[{"":"Text","s":"delete"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<del>delete</del>",
			encoderNative: `Delete [Text "delete"]`,
			encoderText:   "delete",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Update formatting",
		zmk:   "~~old~~>>new>>",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Delete","i":[{"":"Text","s":"old"}]},{"":"Insert","i":[{"":"Text","s":"new"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<del>old</del><ins>new</ins>",
			encoderNative: `Delete [Text "old"],Insert [Text "new"]`,
			encoderText:   "oldnew",
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Superscript formatting",
		zmk:   "^^superscript^^",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Super","i":[{"":"Text","s":"superscript"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<sup>superscript</sup>`,
			encoderNative: `Super [Text "superscript"]`,
			encoderText:   `superscript`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Subscript formatting",
		zmk:   ",,subscript,,",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Sub","i":[{"":"Text","s":"subscript"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<sub>subscript</sub>`,
			encoderNative: `Sub [Text "subscript"]`,
			encoderText:   `subscript`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quotes formatting",
		zmk:   `""quotes""`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Quote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"quotes"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   "<q>quotes</q>",
			encoderNative: `Quote [Text "quotes"]`,
			encoderText:   `quotes`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quotes formatting (german)",
		zmk:   `""quotes""{lang=de}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Quote","a":{"lang":"de"},"i":[{"":"Text","s":"quotes"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<q lang="de">quotes</q>`,
			encoderNative: `Quote ("",[lang="de"]) [Text "quotes"]`,
			encoderText:   `quotes`,
			encoderZmk:    `""quotes""{lang="de"}`,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Span formatting",
		zmk:   `::span::`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Span","i":[{"":"Text","s":"span"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<span>span</span>`,
			encoderNative: `Span [Text "span"]`,
			encoderText:   `span`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Code formatting",
		zmk:   "``code``",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Code","s":"code"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<code>code</code>`,

			encoderNative: `Code "code"`,










			encoderText:   `code`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,











		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Input formatting",
		zmk:   `''input''`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Input","s":"input"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<kbd>input</kbd>`,
			encoderNative: `Input "input"`,
			encoderText:   `input`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Output formatting",
		zmk:   `==output==`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Output","s":"output"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<samp>output</samp>`,


			encoderNative: `Output "output"`,









			encoderText:   `output`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Nested Span Quote formatting",
		zmk:   `::""abc""::{lang=fr}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Span","a":{"lang":"fr"},"i":[{"":"Quote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"abc"}]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<span lang="fr"><q>abc</q></span>`,
			encoderNative: `Span ("",[lang="fr"]) [Quote [Text "abc"]]`,
			encoderText:   `abc`,
			encoderZmk:    `::""abc""::{lang="fr"}`,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Citation",
		zmk:   `[@Stern18]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Cite","s":"Stern18"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `Stern18`, // TODO
			encoderNative: `Cite "Stern18"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "No comment",
		zmk:   `% comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Text","s":"%"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"comment"}]`,











			encoderHTML:   `% comment`,
			encoderNative: `Text "%",Space,Text "comment"`,
			encoderText:   `% comment`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Line comment",
		zmk:   `%% line comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Comment","s":"line comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<!-- line comment -->`,
			encoderNative: `Comment "line comment"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Comment after text",
		zmk:   `Text %% comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Comment","s":"comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `Text <!-- comment -->`,

			encoderNative: `Text "Text",Comment "comment"`,










			encoderText:   `Text`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple footnote",
		zmk:   `[^footnote]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Footnote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"footnote"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<sup id="fnref:0"><a href="#fn:0" class="footnote-ref" role="doc-noteref">0</a></sup>`,
			encoderNative: `Footnote [Text "footnote"]`,
			encoderText:   `footnote`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple mark",
		zmk:   `[!mark]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Mark","s":"mark","q":"mark"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a id="mark"></a>`,
			encoderNative: `Mark "mark" #mark`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Mark with text",
		zmk:   `[!mark|with text]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Mark","s":"mark","q":"mark","i":[{"":"Text","s":"with"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"text"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a id="mark">with text</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Mark "mark" #mark [Text "with",Space,Text "text"]`,
			encoderText:   `with text`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Dummy Link",
		zmk:   `[[abc]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"abc"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="abc" class="external">abc</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link EXTERNAL "abc"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple URL",
		zmk:   `[[https://zettelstore.de]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"https://zettelstore.de"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="https://zettelstore.de" class="external">https://zettelstore.de</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link EXTERNAL "https://zettelstore.de"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "URL with Text",
		zmk:   `[[Home|https://zettelstore.de]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"https://zettelstore.de","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Home"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="https://zettelstore.de" class="external">Home</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link EXTERNAL "https://zettelstore.de" [Text "Home"]`,
			encoderText:   `Home`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Zettel ID",
		zmk:   `[[00000000000100]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="00000000000100">00000000000100</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link ZETTEL "00000000000100"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Zettel ID with Text",
		zmk:   `[[Config|00000000000100]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Config"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="00000000000100">Config</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link ZETTEL "00000000000100" [Text "Config"]`,
			encoderText:   `Config`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Zettel ID with fragment",
		zmk:   `[[00000000000100#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100#frag"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="00000000000100#frag">00000000000100#frag</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link ZETTEL "00000000000100#frag"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Zettel ID with Text and fragment",
		zmk:   `[[Config|00000000000100#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100#frag","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Config"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="00000000000100#frag">Config</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link ZETTEL "00000000000100#frag" [Text "Config"]`,
			encoderText:   `Config`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Fragment link to self",
		zmk:   `[[#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"self","s":"#frag"}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="#frag">#frag</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link SELF "#frag"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Hosted link",
		zmk:   `[[H|/hosted]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"/hosted","i":[{"":"Text","s":"H"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="/hosted">H</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link LOCAL "/hosted" [Text "H"]`,
			encoderText:   `H`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Based link",
		zmk:   `[[B|/based]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"/based","i":[{"":"Text","s":"B"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="/based">B</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link LOCAL "/based" [Text "B"]`,
			encoderText:   `B`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Relative link",
		zmk:   `[[R|../relative]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"../relative","i":[{"":"Text","s":"R"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:   `<a href="../relative">R</a>`,
			encoderNative: `Link LOCAL "../relative" [Text "R"]`,
			encoderText:   `R`,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{






















		descr: "Dummy Embed",
		zmk:   `{{abc}}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[{"":"Embed","s":"abc"}]`,











			encoderHTML:   `<img src="abc" alt="">`,
			encoderNative: `Embed EXTERNAL "abc"`,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "",
		zmk:   ``,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON:  `[]`,
			encoderHTML:   ``,
			encoderNative: ``,
			encoderText:   ``,
			encoderZmk:    useZmk,
		},
	},
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package encoder_test

var tcsInline = []zmkTestCase{
	{
		descr: "Empty Zettelmarkup should produce near nothing (inline)",
		zmk:   "",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[]`,
			encoderHTML:  "",
			encoderSexpr: `()`,
			encoderText:  "",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple text: Hello, world (inline)",
		zmk:   `Hello, world`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Text","s":"Hello,"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"world"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "Hello, world",
			encoderSexpr: `((TEXT "Hello,") (SPACE) (TEXT "world"))`,
			encoderText:  "Hello, world",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Emphasized formatting",
		zmk:   "__emph__",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Emph","i":[{"":"Text","s":"emph"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<em>emph</em>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-EMPH () (TEXT "emph")))`,
			encoderText:  "emph",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Strong formatting",
		zmk:   "**strong**",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Strong","i":[{"":"Text","s":"strong"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<strong>strong</strong>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-STRONG () (TEXT "strong")))`,
			encoderText:  "strong",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Insert formatting",
		zmk:   ">>insert>>",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Insert","i":[{"":"Text","s":"insert"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<ins>insert</ins>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-INSERT () (TEXT "insert")))`,
			encoderText:  "insert",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Delete formatting",
		zmk:   "~~delete~~",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Delete","i":[{"":"Text","s":"delete"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<del>delete</del>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-DELETE () (TEXT "delete")))`,
			encoderText:  "delete",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Update formatting",
		zmk:   "~~old~~>>new>>",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Delete","i":[{"":"Text","s":"old"}]},{"":"Insert","i":[{"":"Text","s":"new"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<del>old</del><ins>new</ins>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-DELETE () (TEXT "old")) (FORMAT-INSERT () (TEXT "new")))`,
			encoderText:  "oldnew",
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Superscript formatting",
		zmk:   "^^superscript^^",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Super","i":[{"":"Text","s":"superscript"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<sup>superscript</sup>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-SUPER () (TEXT "superscript")))`,
			encoderText:  `superscript`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Subscript formatting",
		zmk:   ",,subscript,,",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Sub","i":[{"":"Text","s":"subscript"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<sub>subscript</sub>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-SUB () (TEXT "subscript")))`,
			encoderText:  `subscript`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quotes formatting",
		zmk:   `""quotes""`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Quote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"quotes"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<q>quotes</q>",
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-QUOTE () (TEXT "quotes")))`,
			encoderText:  `quotes`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Quotes formatting (german)",
		zmk:   `""quotes""{lang=de}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Quote","a":{"lang":"de"},"i":[{"":"Text","s":"quotes"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<span lang="de"><q>quotes</q></span>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-QUOTE (("lang" "de")) (TEXT "quotes")))`,
			encoderText:  `quotes`,
			encoderZmk:   `""quotes""{lang="de"}`,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Span formatting",
		zmk:   `::span::`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Span","i":[{"":"Text","s":"span"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<span>span</span>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-SPAN () (TEXT "span")))`,
			encoderText:  `span`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Code formatting",
		zmk:   "``code``",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Code","s":"code"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<code>code</code>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-CODE () "code"))`,
			encoderText:  `code`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Code formatting with visible space",
		zmk:   "``x y``{-}",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Code","a":{"-":""},"s":"x y"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<code>x\u2423y</code>",
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-CODE (("-" "")) "x y"))`,
			encoderText:  `x y`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "HTML in Code formatting",
		zmk:   "``<script `` abc",
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Code","s":"<script "},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"abc"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  "<code>&lt;script </code> abc",
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-CODE () "<script ") (SPACE) (TEXT "abc"))`,
			encoderText:  `<script  abc`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Input formatting",
		zmk:   `''input''`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Input","s":"input"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<kbd>input</kbd>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-INPUT () "input"))`,
			encoderText:  `input`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Output formatting",
		zmk:   `==output==`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Output","s":"output"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<samp>output</samp>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-OUTPUT () "output"))`,
			encoderText:  `output`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Math formatting",
		zmk:   `$$\TeX$$`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Math","s":"\\TeX"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<code class="zs-math">\TeX</code>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-MATH () "\\TeX"))`,
			encoderText:  `\TeX`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Nested Span Quote formatting",
		zmk:   `::""abc""::{lang=fr}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Span","a":{"lang":"fr"},"i":[{"":"Quote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"abc"}]}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<span lang="fr"><q>abc</q></span>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FORMAT-SPAN (("lang" "fr")) (FORMAT-QUOTE () (TEXT "abc"))))`,
			encoderText:  `abc`,
			encoderZmk:   `::""abc""::{lang="fr"}`,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Citation",
		zmk:   `[@Stern18]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Cite","s":"Stern18"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<span>Stern18</span>`, // TODO
			encoderSexpr: `((CITE () "Stern18"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "No comment",
		zmk:   `% comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Text","s":"%"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `% comment`,
			encoderSexpr: `((TEXT "%") (SPACE) (TEXT "comment"))`,
			encoderText:  `% comment`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Line comment (nogen HTML)",
		zmk:   `%% line comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Comment","s":"line comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  ``,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-COMMENT () "line comment"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Line comment",
		zmk:   `%%{-} line comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Comment","a":{"-":""},"s":"line comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<!-- line comment -->`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-COMMENT (("-" "")) "line comment"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Comment after text",
		zmk:   `Text %%{-} comment`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Comment","a":{"-":""},"s":"comment"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `Text<!-- comment -->`,
			encoderSexpr: `((TEXT "Text") (LITERAL-COMMENT (("-" "")) "comment"))`,
			encoderText:  `Text`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Comment after text and with -->",
		zmk:   `Text %%{-} comment --> end`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Text","s":"Text"},{"":"Comment","a":{"-":""},"s":"comment --> end"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `Text<!-- comment --&gt; end -->`,
			encoderSexpr: `((TEXT "Text") (LITERAL-COMMENT (("-" "")) "comment --> end"))`,
			encoderText:  `Text`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple footnote",
		zmk:   `[^footnote]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Footnote","i":[{"":"Text","s":"footnote"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<sup id="fnref:1"><a class="zs-noteref" href="#fn:1" role="doc-noteref">1</a></sup>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((FOOTNOTE () (TEXT "footnote")))`,
			encoderText:  `footnote`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple mark",
		zmk:   `[!mark]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Mark","s":"mark","q":"mark"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a id="mark"></a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((MARK "mark" "mark" "mark"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Mark with text",
		zmk:   `[!mark|with text]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Mark","s":"mark","q":"mark","i":[{"":"Text","s":"with"},{"":"Space"},{"":"Text","s":"text"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a id="mark">with text</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((MARK "mark" "mark" "mark" (TEXT "with") (SPACE) (TEXT "text")))`,
			encoderText:  `with text`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Dummy Link",
		zmk:   `[[abc]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"abc"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a class="external" href="abc">abc</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-EXTERNAL () "abc"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple URL",
		zmk:   `[[https://zettelstore.de]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"https://zettelstore.de"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a class="external" href="https://zettelstore.de">https://zettelstore.de</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-EXTERNAL () "https://zettelstore.de"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "URL with Text",
		zmk:   `[[Home|https://zettelstore.de]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"external","s":"https://zettelstore.de","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Home"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a class="external" href="https://zettelstore.de">Home</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-EXTERNAL () "https://zettelstore.de" (TEXT "Home")))`,
			encoderText:  `Home`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Zettel ID",
		zmk:   `[[00000000000100]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="00000000000100">00000000000100</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-ZETTEL () "00000000000100"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Zettel ID with Text",
		zmk:   `[[Config|00000000000100]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Config"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="00000000000100">Config</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-ZETTEL () "00000000000100" (TEXT "Config")))`,
			encoderText:  `Config`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Simple Zettel ID with fragment",
		zmk:   `[[00000000000100#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100#frag"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="00000000000100#frag">00000000000100#frag</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-ZETTEL () "00000000000100#frag"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Zettel ID with Text and fragment",
		zmk:   `[[Config|00000000000100#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"zettel","s":"00000000000100#frag","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Config"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="00000000000100#frag">Config</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-ZETTEL () "00000000000100#frag" (TEXT "Config")))`,
			encoderText:  `Config`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Fragment link to self",
		zmk:   `[[#frag]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"self","s":"#frag"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="#frag">#frag</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-SELF () "#frag"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Hosted link",
		zmk:   `[[H|/hosted]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"/hosted","i":[{"":"Text","s":"H"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="/hosted">H</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-HOSTED () "/hosted" (TEXT "H")))`,
			encoderText:  `H`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Based link",
		zmk:   `[[B|/based]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"/based","i":[{"":"Text","s":"B"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="/based">B</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-HOSTED () "/based" (TEXT "B")))`,
			encoderText:  `B`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Relative link",
		zmk:   `[[R|../relative]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"local","s":"../relative","i":[{"":"Text","s":"R"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="../relative">R</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-HOSTED () "../relative" (TEXT "R")))`,
			encoderText:  `R`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Query link w/o text",
		zmk:   `[[query:title:syntax]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"query","s":"title:syntax"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="?q=title%3Asyntax">title:syntax</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-QUERY () "title:syntax"))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Query link with text",
		zmk:   `[[Q|query:title:syntax]]`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Link","q":"query","s":"title:syntax","i":[{"":"Text","s":"Q"}]}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<a href="?q=title%3Asyntax">Q</a>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LINK-QUERY () "title:syntax" (TEXT "Q")))`,
			encoderText:  `Q`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Dummy Embed",
		zmk:   `{{abc}}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"Embed","s":"abc"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<img src="abc">`,
			encoderSexpr: `((EMBED () (EXTERNAL "abc") ""))`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "Inline HTML Zettel",
		zmk:   `@@<hr>@@{="html"}`,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[{"":"HTML","s":"<hr>"}]`,
			encoderHTML:  `<hr>`,
			encoderSexpr: `((LITERAL-HTML () "<hr>"))`,
			encoderText:  `<hr>`,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
	{
		descr: "",
		zmk:   ``,
		expect: expectMap{
			encoderZJSON: `[]`,
			encoderHTML:  ``,
			encoderSexpr: `()`,
			encoderText:  ``,
			encoderZmk:   useZmk,
		},
	},
}

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package encoder_test

import (
	"bytes"
	"fmt"
	"testing"


	"zettelstore.de/c/api"

	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/htmlenc"   // Allow to use HTML encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/nativeenc" // Allow to use native encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/textenc"   // Allow to use text encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zjsonenc"  // Allow to use ZJSON encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zmkenc"    // Allow to use zmk encoder.
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser/cleaner"
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/zettelmark" // Allow to use zettelmark parser.
)

type zmkTestCase struct {
	descr  string
	zmk    string
	inline bool
	expect expectMap
}

type expectMap map[api.EncodingEnum]string

const useZmk = "\000"

const (
	encoderZJSON  = api.EncoderZJSON
	encoderHTML   = api.EncoderHTML
	encoderNative = api.EncoderNative
	encoderText   = api.EncoderText
	encoderZmk    = api.EncoderZmk
)

func TestEncoder(t *testing.T) {
	for i := range tcsInline {
		tcsInline[i].inline = true
	}
	executeTestCases(t, append(tcsBlock, tcsInline...))
}

func executeTestCases(t *testing.T, testCases []zmkTestCase) {
	t.Helper()
	for testNum, tc := range testCases {
		inp := input.NewInput([]byte(tc.zmk))
		var pe parserEncoder
		if tc.inline {
			is := parser.ParseInlines(inp, api.ValueSyntaxZmk)
			cleaner.CleanInlineSlice(&is)
			pe = &peInlines{is: is}
		} else {
			pe = &peBlocks{bs: parser.ParseBlocks(inp, nil, api.ValueSyntaxZmk)}
		}
		checkEncodings(t, testNum, pe, tc.descr, tc.expect, tc.zmk)

	}
}

func checkEncodings(t *testing.T, testNum int, pe parserEncoder, descr string, expected expectMap, zmkDefault string) {
	t.Helper()
	for enc, exp := range expected {
		encdr := encoder.Create(enc, nil)
		got, err := pe.encode(encdr)
		if err != nil {
			t.Error(err)
			continue
		}
		if enc == api.EncoderZmk && exp == "\000" {
			exp = zmkDefault
		}
		if got != exp {
			prefix := fmt.Sprintf("Test #%d", testNum)
			if d := descr; d != "" {
				prefix += "\nReason:   " + d
			}
			prefix += "\nMode:     " + pe.mode()
			t.Errorf("%s\nEncoder:  %s\nExpected: %q\nGot:      %q", prefix, enc, exp, got)
		}
	}
}





























type parserEncoder interface {
	encode(encoder.Encoder) (string, error)
	mode() string
}

type peInlines struct {







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package encoder_test

import (
	"bytes"
	"fmt"
	"testing"

	"codeberg.org/t73fde/sxpf"
	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/c/sexpr"
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder"
	"zettelstore.de/z/input"
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser"

	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/htmlenc"  // Allow to use HTML encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/sexprenc" // Allow to use sexpr encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/textenc"  // Allow to use text encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zjsonenc" // Allow to use ZJSON encoder.
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/encoder/zmkenc"   // Allow to use zmk encoder.
	"zettelstore.de/z/parser/cleaner"
	_ "zettelstore.de/z/parser/zettelmark" // Allow to use zettelmark parser.
)

type zmkTestCase struct {
	descr  string
	zmk    string
	inline bool
	expect expectMap
}

type expectMap map[api.EncodingEnum]string

const useZmk = "\000"

const (
	encoderZJSON = api.EncoderZJSON
	encoderHTML  = api.EncoderHTML
	encoderSexpr = api.EncoderSexpr
	encoderText  = api.EncoderText
	encoderZmk   = api.EncoderZmk
)

func TestEncoder(t *testing.T) {
	for i := range tcsInline {
		tcsInline[i].inline = true
	}
	executeTestCases(t, append(tcsBlock, tcsInline...))
}

func executeTestCases(t *testing.T, testCases []zmkTestCase) {

	for testNum, tc := range testCases {
		inp := input.NewInput([]byte(tc.zmk))
		var pe parserEncoder
		if tc.inline {
			is := parser.ParseInlines(inp, api.ValueSyntaxZmk)
			cleaner.CleanInlineSlice(&is)
			pe = &peInlines{is: is}
		} else {
			pe = &peBlocks{bs: parser.ParseBlocks(inp, nil, api.ValueSyntaxZmk)}
		}
		checkEncodings(t, testNum, pe, tc.descr, tc.expect, tc.zmk)
		checkSexpr(t, testNum, pe, tc.descr)
	}
}

func checkEncodings(t *testing.T, testNum int, pe parserEncoder, descr string, expected expectMap, zmkDefault string) {

	for enc, exp := range expected {
		encdr := encoder.Create(enc)
		got, err := pe.encode(encdr)
		if err != nil {
			t.Error("pe.encode:", err)
			continue
		}
		if enc == api.EncoderZmk && exp == useZmk {
			exp = zmkDefault
		}
		if got != exp {
			prefix := fmt.Sprintf("Test #%d", testNum)
			if d := descr; d != "" {
				prefix += "\nReason:   " + d
			}
			prefix += "\nMode:     " + pe.mode()
			t.Errorf("%s\nEncoder:  %s\nExpected: %q\nGot:      %q", prefix, enc, exp, got)
		}
	}
}

func checkSexpr(t *testing.T, testNum int, pe parserEncoder, descr string) {
	t.Helper()
	encdr := encoder.Create(encoderSexpr)
	exp, err := pe.encode(encdr)
	if err != nil {
		t.Error(err)
		return
	}
	val, err := sxpf.ParseString(sexpr.Smk, exp)
	if err != nil {
		t.Error(err)
		return
	}
	got, err := sxpf.Repr(val)
	if err != nil {
		t.Error(err)
		return
	}
	if exp != got {
		prefix := fmt.Sprintf("Test #%d", testNum)
		if d := descr; d != "" {
			prefix += "\nReason:   " + d
		}
		prefix += "\nMode:     " + pe.mode()
		t.Errorf("%s\n\nExpected: %q\nGot:      %q", prefix, exp, got)
	}
}

type parserEncoder interface {
	encode(encoder.Encoder) (string, error)
	mode() string
}

type peInlines struct {

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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2021-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

package encoder

import (
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/strfun"
)

// Environment specifies all data and functions that affects encoding.
type Environment struct {
	// Important for HTML encoder
	Lang           string // default language
	Interactive    bool   // Encoded data will be placed in interactive content
	Xhtml          bool   // use XHTML syntax instead of HTML syntax
	MarkerExternal string // Marker after link to (external) material.
	NewWindow      bool   // open link in new window
	IgnoreMeta     strfun.Set
	footnotes      []footnoteInfo // Stores footnotes detected while encoding
	footnoteNum    int
}

// IsInteractive returns true, if Interactive is enabled and currently embedded
// interactive encoding will take place.
func (env *Environment) IsInteractive(inInteractive bool) bool {
	return inInteractive && env != nil && env.Interactive
}

// IsXHTML return true, if XHTML is enabled.
func (env *Environment) IsXHTML() bool {
	return env != nil && env.Xhtml
}

// HasNewWindow retruns true, if a new browser windows should be opened.
func (env *Environment) HasNewWindow() bool {
	return env != nil && env.NewWindow
}

type footnoteInfo struct {
	fn  *ast.FootnoteNode
	num int
}

// AddFootnote adds a footnote node to the environment and returns the number of that footnote.
func (env *Environment) AddFootnote(fn *ast.FootnoteNode) int {
	if env == nil {
		return 0
	}
	env.footnoteNum++
	env.footnotes = append(env.footnotes, footnoteInfo{fn: fn, num: env.footnoteNum})
	return env.footnoteNum
}

// PopFootnote returns the next footnote and removes it from the list.
func (env *Environment) PopFootnote() (*ast.FootnoteNode, int) {
	if env == nil {
		return nil, -1
	}
	if len(env.footnotes) == 0 {
		env.footnotes = nil
		env.footnoteNum = 0
		return nil, -1
	}
	fni := env.footnotes[0]
	env.footnotes = env.footnotes[1:]
	return fni.fn, fni.num
}
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package htmlenc encodes the abstract syntax tree into HTML5.
package htmlenc

import (
	"fmt"
	"strconv"
	"strings"

	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/c/html"
	"zettelstore.de/c/zjson"
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/strfun"
)

func (v *visitor) visitVerbatim(vn *ast.VerbatimNode) {
	switch vn.Kind {
	case ast.VerbatimZettel:
		v.b.WriteString("<!--\n")
		v.visitAttributes(vn.Attrs)
		v.writeHTMLEscaped(string(vn.Content))
		v.b.WriteString("\n-->")
	case ast.VerbatimProg:
		oldVisible := v.visibleSpace
		if vn.Attrs != nil {
			v.visibleSpace = vn.Attrs.HasDefault()
		}
		v.b.WriteString("<pre><code")
		v.visitAttributes(vn.Attrs)
		v.b.WriteByte('>')
		v.writeHTMLEscaped(string(vn.Content))
		v.b.WriteString("</code></pre>")
		v.visibleSpace = oldVisible

	case ast.VerbatimComment:
		if vn.Attrs.HasDefault() {
			v.b.WriteString("<!--\n")
			v.writeHTMLEscaped(string(vn.Content))
			v.b.WriteString("\n-->")
		}

	case ast.VerbatimHTML:
		if html.IsSave(string(vn.Content)) {
			v.b.Write(vn.Content)
		}
	default:
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("Unknown verbatim kind %v", vn.Kind))
	}
}

var specialSpanAttr = strfun.NewSet("example", "note", "tip", "important", "caution", "warning")

func processSpanAttributes(attrs zjson.Attributes) zjson.Attributes {
	if attrVal, ok := attrs.Get(""); ok {
		attrVal = strings.ToLower(attrVal)
		if specialSpanAttr.Has(attrVal) {
			attrs = attrs.Clone().Remove("").AddClass("zs-indication").AddClass("zs-" + attrVal)
		}
	}
	return attrs
}

func (v *visitor) visitRegion(rn *ast.RegionNode) {
	var code string
	attrs := rn.Attrs
	oldVerse := v.inVerse
	switch rn.Kind {
	case ast.RegionSpan:
		code = "div"
		attrs = processSpanAttributes(attrs)
	case ast.RegionVerse:
		v.inVerse = true
		code = "div"
	case ast.RegionQuote:
		code = "blockquote"
	default:
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("Unknown region kind %v", rn.Kind))
	}

	v.b.WriteStrings("<", code)
	v.visitAttributes(attrs)
	v.b.WriteString(">\n")
	ast.Walk(v, &rn.Blocks)
	if len(rn.Inlines) > 0 {
		v.b.WriteString("\n<cite>")
		ast.Walk(v, &rn.Inlines)
		v.b.WriteString("</cite>")
	}
	v.b.WriteStrings("\n</", code, ">")
	v.inVerse = oldVerse
}

func (v *visitor) visitHeading(hn *ast.HeadingNode) {
	lvl := hn.Level + 1
	if lvl > 6 {
		lvl = 6 // HTML has H1..H6
	}
	strLvl := strconv.Itoa(lvl)
	v.b.WriteStrings("<h", strLvl)
	v.visitAttributes(hn.Attrs)
	if _, ok := hn.Attrs.Get("id"); !ok {
		if fragment := hn.Fragment; fragment != "" {
			v.b.WriteStrings(" id=\"", fragment, "\"")
		}
	}
	v.b.WriteByte('>')
	ast.Walk(v, &hn.Inlines)
	v.b.WriteStrings("</h", strLvl, ">")
}

var mapNestedListKind = map[ast.NestedListKind]string{
	ast.NestedListOrdered:   "ol",
	ast.NestedListUnordered: "ul",
}

func (v *visitor) visitNestedList(ln *ast.NestedListNode) {
	if ln.Kind == ast.NestedListQuote {
		// NestedListQuote -> HTML <blockquote> doesn't use <li>...</li>
		v.writeQuotationList(ln)
		return
	}

	code, ok := mapNestedListKind[ln.Kind]
	if !ok {
		panic(fmt.Sprintf("Invalid list kind %v", ln.Kind))
	}

	compact := isCompactList(ln.Items)
	v.b.WriteStrings("<", code)
	v.visitAttributes(ln.Attrs)
	v.b.WriteString(">\n")
	for _, item := range ln.Items {
		v.b.WriteString("<li>")
		v.writeItemSliceOrPara(item, compact)
		v.b.WriteString("</li>\n")
	}
	v.b.WriteStrings("</", code, ">")
}

func (v *visitor) writeQuotationList(ln *ast.NestedListNode) {
	v.b.WriteString("<blockquote>\n")
	inPara := false
	for _, item := range ln.Items {
		if pn := getParaItem(item); pn != nil {
			if inPara {
				v.b.WriteByte('\n')
			} else {
				v.b.WriteString("<p>")
				inPara = true
			}
			ast.Walk(v, &pn.Inlines)
		} else {
			if inPara {
				v.writeEndPara()
				inPara = false
			}
			ast.WalkItemSlice(v, item)
		}
	}
	if inPara {
		v.writeEndPara()
	}
	v.b.WriteString("</blockquote>\n")
}

func getParaItem(its ast.ItemSlice) *ast.ParaNode {
	if len(its) != 1 {
		return nil
	}
	if pn, ok := its[0].(*ast.ParaNode); ok {
		return pn
	}
	return nil
}

func isCompactList(insl []ast.ItemSlice) bool {
	for _, ins := range insl {
		if !isCompactSlice(ins) {
			return false
		}
	}
	return true
}

func isCompactSlice(ins ast.ItemSlice) bool {
	if len(ins) < 1 {
		return true
	}
	if len(ins) == 1 {
		switch ins[0].(type) {
		case *ast.ParaNode, *ast.VerbatimNode, *ast.HRuleNode:
			return true
		case *ast.NestedListNode:
			return false
		}
	}
	return false
}

// writeItemSliceOrPara emits the content of a paragraph if the paragraph is
// the only element of the block slice and if compact mode is true. Otherwise,
// the item slice is emitted normally.
func (v *visitor) writeItemSliceOrPara(ins ast.ItemSlice, compact bool) {
	if compact && len(ins) == 1 {
		if para, ok := ins[0].(*ast.ParaNode); ok {
			ast.Walk(v, &para.Inlines)
			return
		}
	}
	for i, in := range ins {
		if i >= 0 {
			v.b.WriteByte('\n')
		}
		ast.Walk(v, in)
	}
	v.b.WriteByte('\n')
}

func (v *visitor) writeDescriptionsSlice(ds ast.DescriptionSlice) {
	if len(ds) == 1 {
		if para, ok := ds[0].(*ast.ParaNode); ok {
			ast.Walk(v, &para.Inlines)
			return
		}
	}
	ast.WalkDescriptionSlice(v, ds)
}

func (v *visitor) visitDescriptionList(dn *ast.DescriptionListNode) {
	v.b.WriteString("<dl>\n")
	for _, descr := range dn.Descriptions {
		v.b.WriteString("<dt>")
		ast.Walk(v, &descr.Term)
		v.b.WriteString("</dt>\n")

		for _, b := range descr.Descriptions {
			v.b.WriteString("<dd>")
			v.writeDescriptionsSlice(b)
			v.b.WriteString("</dd>\n")
		}
	}
	v.b.WriteString("</dl>")
}

func (v *visitor) visitTable(tn *ast.TableNode) {
	v.b.WriteString("<table>\n")
	if len(tn.Header) > 0 {
		v.b.WriteString("<thead>\n")
		v.writeRow(tn.Header, "<th", "</th>")
		v.b.WriteString("</thead>\n")
	}
	if len(tn.Rows) > 0 {
		v.b.WriteString("<tbody>\n")
		for _, row := range tn.Rows {
			v.writeRow(row, "<td", "</td>")
		}
		v.b.WriteString("</tbody>\n")
	}
	v.b.WriteString("</table>")
}

var alignStyle = map[ast.Alignment]string{
	ast.AlignDefault: ">",
	ast.AlignLeft:    " class=\"left\">",
	ast.AlignCenter:  " class=\"center\">",
	ast.AlignRight:   " class=\"right\">",
}

func (v *visitor) writeRow(row ast.TableRow, cellStart, cellEnd string) {
	v.b.WriteString("<tr>")
	for _, cell := range row {
		v.b.WriteString(cellStart)
		if len(cell.Inlines) == 0 {
			v.b.WriteByte('>')
		} else {
			v.b.WriteString(alignStyle[cell.Align])
			ast.Walk(v, &cell.Inlines)
		}
		v.b.WriteString(cellEnd)
	}
	v.b.WriteString("</tr>\n")
}

func (v *visitor) visitBLOB(bn *ast.BLOBNode) {
	switch bn.Syntax {
	case api.ValueSyntaxSVG:
		v.b.Write(bn.Blob)
	case api.ValueSyntaxGif, "jpeg", "png":
		v.b.WriteStrings("<img src=\"data:image/", bn.Syntax, ";base64,")
		v.b.WriteBase64(bn.Blob)
		v.b.WriteString("\" title=\"")
		v.writeQuotedEscaped(bn.Title)
		v.b.WriteString("\">")
	default:
		v.b.WriteStrings("<p class=\"zs-error\">Unable to display BLOB with syntax '", bn.Syntax, "'.</p>")
	}
}

func (v *visitor) writeEndPara() {
	v.b.WriteString("</p>")
}
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2020-2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package htmlenc encodes the abstract syntax tree into HTML5.
package htmlenc

import (
	"io"



	"zettelstore.de/c/api"

	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder"


)

func init() {
	encoder.Register(api.EncoderHTML, encoder.Info{
		Create: func(env *encoder.Environment) encoder.Encoder { return &htmlEncoder{env: env} },
	})
}

type htmlEncoder struct {


	env *encoder.Environment


}

// WriteZettel encodes a full zettel as HTML5.
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteZettel(w io.Writer, zn *ast.ZettelNode, evalMeta encoder.EvalMetaFunc) (int, error) {
	v := newVisitor(he, w)
	if !he.env.IsXHTML() {
		v.b.WriteString("<!DOCTYPE html>\n")
	}
	if env := he.env; env != nil && env.Lang == "" {
		v.b.WriteStrings("<html>\n<head>")
	} else {
		v.b.WriteStrings("<html lang=\"", env.Lang, "\">")
	}
	v.b.WriteString("\n<head>\n<meta charset=\"utf-8\">\n")
	plainTitle, hasTitle := zn.InhMeta.Get(api.KeyTitle)
	if hasTitle {
		v.b.WriteStrings("<title>", v.evalValue(plainTitle, evalMeta), "</title>")



	}

	v.acceptMeta(zn.InhMeta, evalMeta)
	v.b.WriteString("\n</head>\n<body>\n")

	if hasTitle {
		if isTitle := evalMeta(plainTitle); len(isTitle) > 0 {
			v.b.WriteString("<h1>")
			ast.Walk(v, &isTitle)


			v.b.WriteString("</h1>\n")
		}
	}

	ast.Walk(v, &zn.Ast)

	v.writeEndnotes()
	v.b.WriteString("</body>\n</html>")
	length, err := v.b.Flush()

	return length, err
}

// WriteMeta encodes meta data as HTML5.
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteMeta(w io.Writer, m *meta.Meta, evalMeta encoder.EvalMetaFunc) (int, error) {
	v := newVisitor(he, w)

	// Write title
	if title, ok := m.Get(api.KeyTitle); ok {
		v.b.WriteStrings("<meta name=\"zs-", api.KeyTitle, "\" content=\"")
		v.writeQuotedEscaped(v.evalValue(title, evalMeta))
		v.b.WriteString("\">")
	}

	// Write other metadata
	v.acceptMeta(m, evalMeta)
	length, err := v.b.Flush()
	return length, err
}

func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteContent(w io.Writer, zn *ast.ZettelNode) (int, error) {
	return he.WriteBlocks(w, &zn.Ast)
}

// WriteBlocks encodes a block slice.
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteBlocks(w io.Writer, bs *ast.BlockSlice) (int, error) {
	v := newVisitor(he, w)
	ast.Walk(v, bs)

	v.writeEndnotes()
	length, err := v.b.Flush()

	return length, err
}

// WriteInlines writes an inline slice to the writer
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteInlines(w io.Writer, is *ast.InlineSlice) (int, error) {
	v := newVisitor(he, w)


	if env := he.env; env != nil {





		v.inInteractive = env.Interactive




	}

	ast.Walk(v, is)

	length, err := v.b.Flush()

	return length, err
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Copyright (c) 2022 Detlef Stern
//
// This file is part of Zettelstore.
//
// Zettelstore is licensed under the latest version of the EUPL (European Union
// Public License). Please see file LICENSE.txt for your rights and obligations
// under this license.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// Package htmlenc encodes the abstract syntax tree into HTML5 via zettelstore-client.
package htmlenc

import (
	"io"
	"strings"

	"codeberg.org/t73fde/sxpf"
	"zettelstore.de/c/api"
	"zettelstore.de/c/html"
	"zettelstore.de/z/ast"
	"zettelstore.de/z/domain/meta"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder/sexprenc"
	"zettelstore.de/z/encoder/textenc"
)

func init() {
	encoder.Register(api.EncoderHTML, func() encoder.Encoder { return &mySHE })


}

type htmlEncoder struct {
	textEnc *textenc.Encoder
}

var mySHE = htmlEncoder{
	textEnc: textenc.Create(),
}

// WriteZettel encodes a full zettel as HTML5.
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteZettel(w io.Writer, zn *ast.ZettelNode, evalMeta encoder.EvalMetaFunc) (int, error) {









	io.WriteString(w, "<html>\n<head>\n<meta charset=\"utf-8\">\n")
	plainTitle, hasTitle := zn.InhMeta.Get(api.KeyTitle)
	if hasTitle {
		io.WriteString(w, "<title>")
		is := evalMeta(plainTitle)
		he.textEnc.WriteInlines(w, &is)
		io.WriteString(w, "</title>\n")
	}

	acceptMeta(w, he.textEnc, zn.InhMeta, evalMeta)
	io.WriteString(w, "</head>\n<body>\n")
	env := html.NewEncEnvironment(w, 1)
	if hasTitle {
		if isTitle := evalMeta(plainTitle); len(isTitle) > 0 {
			io.WriteString(w, "<h1>")
			if l, err := acceptInlines(env, &isTitle); err != nil {
				return l, err
			}
			io.WriteString(w, "</h1>\n")
		}
	}

	_, err := acceptBlocks(env, &zn.Ast)
	if err == nil {
		// env.WriteEndnotes()
		io.WriteString(w, "</body>\n</html>")

	}
	return 0, err
}

// WriteMeta encodes meta data as HTML5.
func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteMeta(w io.Writer, m *meta.Meta, evalMeta encoder.EvalMetaFunc) (int, error) {










	acceptMeta(w, he.textEnc, m, evalMeta)

	return 0, nil
}

func (he *htmlEncoder) WriteContent(w io.Writer, zn *ast.ZettelNode) (int, error) {
	return he.WriteBlocks(w, &zn.Ast)
}

// WriteBlocks encodes a block slice.
func (*htmlEncoder) WriteBlocks(w io.Writer, bs *ast.BlockSlice) (int, error) {
	env := html.NewEncEnvironment(w, 1)
	_, err := acceptBlocks(env, bs)
	if err == nil {
		env.WriteEndnotes()
		err = env.GetError()
	}
	return 0, err
}

// WriteInlines writes an inline slice to the writer
func (*htmlEncoder) WriteInlines(w io.Writer, is *ast.InlineSlice) (int, error) {
	env := html.NewEncEnvironment(w, 1)
	return acceptInlines(env, is)
}

func acceptMeta(w io.Writer, textEnc encoder.Encoder, m *meta.Meta, evalMeta encoder.EvalMetaFunc) {
	for _, p := range m.ComputedPairs() {
		io.WriteString(w, `<meta name="zs-`)
		io.WriteString(w, p.Key)
		io.WriteString(w, `" content="`)
		is := evalMeta(p.Value)
		var sb strings.Builder
		textEnc.WriteInlines(&sb, &is)
		html.AttributeEscape(w, sb.String())
		io.WriteString(w, "\">\n")
	}
}

func acceptBlocks(env *html.EncEnvironment, bs *ast.BlockSlice) (int, error) {
	lst := sexprenc.GetSexpr(bs)
	sxpf.Eval(env, lst)
	return 0, env.GetError()
}
func acceptInlines(env *html.EncEnvironment, is *ast.InlineSlice) (int, error) {
	lst := sexprenc.GetSexpr(is)
	sxpf.Eval(env, lst)
	return 0, env.GetError()
}

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