Dear all

So I uploaded the code here:

The following test might best describe what the code is doing, working on a nested template it is possible to retrieve the inner as well as the outer template as a dictionary of key-value pair:

    def test_nested_template(self):
        nested_template = u"""
        Cras suscipit lorem eget elit pulvinar et molestie magna tempus.
        {{Toplevel template
        | key1                = value1
        | key2                = [[File:Al3+.svg|40px|Aluminiumion]] {{nested template
          | nested_key1 = nested_value1
          | nested_key2 = nested_value2
        | key3                = value3
        }} and more text
        # First fetch the outer template and assert that we get key1 through 3
        template = templateparser.parse_template(nested_template, 'Toplevel template')
        expected = u'[[File:Al3+.svg|40px|Aluminiumion]] {{nested template \n          | nested_key1 = nested_value1\n          | nested_key2 = nested_value2\n          }} '      
        self.assertEqual( len(template.parameters.keys()), 3)
        self.assertEqual( template.parameters['key1'], 'value1' )
        self.assertEqual( template.parameters['key3'], 'value3' )
        self.assertEqual( template.parameters['key2'], expected)
        self.assertEqual( template.start, 111 )
        self.assertEqual( template.end, 401 )
        # Now fetch the inner (nested) template and assert that we get nested_key 1 and 2
        template = templateparser.parse_template(nested_template, 'nested template')
        self.assertEqual( len(template.parameters.keys()), 2)
        self.assertEqual( template.parameters['nested_key1'], 'nested_value1' )
        self.assertEqual( template.parameters['nested_key2'], 'nested_value2' )
        self.assertEqual( template.start, 239 )
        self.assertEqual( template.end, 350 )



On 24 January 2012 12:49, Dr. Trigon <> wrote:
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>> However it might be a starting point for further work. I also did
>> not find formal specifications for wikitext so it was a lot of
>> learning by doing. However I used it successfully on ~4k "Infobox
>> Chemie" templates in the de-wiki.
> As far as I can see there is no such specification. We all know how the
> wikipedia handles text markup and what format we have to use (e.g. to
> create a heading and so on...) IF we use correct syntax...
> The problem is what happens IF your use NON-VALID wiki syntax on a page?
> The mediawiki software will then do "something" to get (at least) a
> valid HTML page, but what fall-backs are used? How is the proirity when
> parsing and so on... In my opinion this is the main issue here since
> "our" wikitext parser should behave similar on wrong wiki syntax also...
> (quite a messy thing I experienced... obviousely I am not a parser
> expert too... ;)
> This is why I did not write a parser just my tiny (holy) 'getSections'
> method.
> Greetings
> DrTrigon
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