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Lift Framework example source code file (XmlMenu.scala)

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The Lift Framework XmlMenu.scala source code

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 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package net.liftweb
package sitemap

import scala.xml.NodeSeq

 * The beginning of an experiment to provide a capability to define
 * the sitemap menu in xml. Currently pretty limited.
 * menu elements have a name attribute, and contain text and link
 * elements, and optionally multiple menu elemnts.
 * The contents of the text element is the menu display x(ht)ml,
 * and the contents of the link element is an array of
 * path components in JSON array syntax.
 * @author nafg
object XmlMenu {
  def apply(xml: NodeSeq): Seq[Menu] = for(node<-xml) yield node match {
    case m @ <menu>{ children @ _* } =>
      val name = m \ "@name" text
      val text = NodeSeq.fromSeq((m \ "text" iterator) flatMap {_.child.iterator} toSeq)
      val link = util.JSONParser.parse(m \ "link" text).get.asInstanceOf[List[Any]].map(_.asInstanceOf[String])
      Menu(Loc(name, link, text), apply(m \ "menu") : _*)

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