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Drupal example source code file (panels.module)

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The panels.module Drupal example source code

<?php
// $Id: panels.module,v 1.28.2.105 2010/08/30 22:08:57 merlinofchaos Exp $

/**
 * @file panels.module
 *
 * Core functionality for the Panels engine.
 */

define('PANELS_REQUIRED_CTOOLS_API', '1.8');

define('PANELS_TITLE_FIXED', 0); // Hide title use to be true/false. So false remains old behavior.
define('PANELS_TITLE_NONE', 1); // And true meant no title.
define('PANELS_TITLE_PANE', 2); // And this is the new behavior, where the title field will pick from a pane.

/**
 * Returns the API version of Panels. This didn't exist in 1.
 *
 * @return An array with the major and minor versions
 */
function panels_api_version() {
  return array(3, 1);
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Core Drupal hook implementations

/**
 * Implementation of hook_theme()
 */
function panels_theme() {
  // Safety: go away if CTools is not at an appropriate version.
  if (!module_invoke('ctools', 'api_version', PANELS_REQUIRED_CTOOLS_API)) {
    return array();
  }

  $theme = array();
  $theme['panels_layout_link'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('title', 'id', 'image', 'link'),
  );
  $theme['panels_layout_icon'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('id', 'image', 'title' => NULL),
  );
  $theme['panels_pane'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('output' => array(), 'pane' => array(), 'display' => array()),
    'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/templates',
    'template' => 'panels-pane',
  );
  $theme['panels_common_content_list'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('display'),
    'file' => 'includes/common.inc',
  );
  $theme['panels_render_display_form'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('form' => NULL),
  );

  $theme['panels_dashboard'] = array(
    'arguments' => array(),
    'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/templates',
    'file' => '../includes/callbacks.inc',
    'template' => 'panels-dashboard',
  );

  $theme['panels_dashboard_link'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('link' => array()),
    'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/templates',
    'file' => '../includes/callbacks.inc',
    'template' => 'panels-dashboard-link',
  );

  $theme['panels_dashboard_block'] = array(
    'arguments' => array('block' => array()),
    'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/templates',
    'file' => '../includes/callbacks.inc',
    'template' => 'panels-dashboard-block',
  );

  // We don't need layout and style themes in maintenance mode.
  if (defined('MAINTENANCE_MODE')) {
    return $theme;
  }

  // Register layout and style themes on behalf of all of these items.
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');

  // No need to worry about files; the plugin has to already be loaded for us
  // to even know what the theme function is, so files will be auto included.
  $layouts = panels_get_layouts();
  foreach ($layouts as $name => $data) {
    foreach (array('theme', 'admin theme') as $callback) {
      if (!empty($data[$callback])) {
        $theme[$data[$callback]] = array(
          'arguments' => array('css_id' => NULL, 'content' => NULL, 'settings' => NULL, 'display' => NULL, 'layout' => NULL, 'renderer' => NULL),
          'path' => $data['path'],
          'file' => $data['file'],
        );

        // if no theme function exists, assume template.
        if (!function_exists("theme_$data[theme]")) {
          $theme[$data[$callback]]['template'] = str_replace('_', '-', $data[$callback]);
          $theme[$data[$callback]]['file'] = $data['file']; // for preprocess.
        }
      }
    }
  }

  $styles = panels_get_styles();
  foreach ($styles as $name => $data) {
    if (!empty($data['render pane'])) {
      $theme[$data['render pane']] = array(
        'arguments' => array('output' => NULL, 'pane' => NULL, 'display' => NULL, 'style' => NULL),
        'path' => $data['path'],
        'file' => $data['file'],
      );
    }
    // If we're in legacy mode, include the old callback key for legacy styles.
    if (variable_get('panels_legacy_rendering_mode', TRUE)) {
      if (!empty($data['render panel'])) {
        $theme[$data['render panel']] = array(
          'arguments' => array('display' => NULL, 'panel_id' => NULL, 'panes' => NULL, 'settings' => NULL, 'style' => NULL),
          'path' => $data['path'],
          'file' => $data['file'],
        );
      }
    }
    if (!empty($data['render region'])) {
      $theme[$data['render region']] = array(
        'arguments' => array('display' => NULL, 'region_id' => NULL, 'panes' => NULL, 'settings' => NULL, 'style' => NULL),
        'path' => $data['path'],
        'file' => $data['file'],
      );
    }

    if (!empty($data['hook theme'])) {
      if (is_array($data['hook theme'])) {
        $theme += $data['hook theme'];
      }
      else if (function_exists($data['hook theme'])) {
        $data['hook theme']($theme, $data);
      }
    }
  }

  return $theme;
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_menu
 */
function panels_menu() {
  // Safety: go away if CTools is not at an appropriate version.
  if (!module_invoke('ctools', 'api_version', PANELS_REQUIRED_CTOOLS_API)) {
    return array();
  }
  $items = array();

  // Base AJAX router callback.
  $items['panels/ajax'] = array(
    'access arguments' => array('access content'),
    'page callback' => 'panels_ajax_router',
    'type' => MENU_CALLBACK,
  );

  $admin_base = array(
    'file' => 'includes/callbacks.inc',
    'access arguments' => array('use panels dashboard'),
  );
  // Provide a nice location for a panels admin panel.
  $items['admin/build/panels'] = array(
    'title' => 'Panels',
    'page callback' => 'panels_admin_page',
    'description' => 'Get a bird\'s eye view of items related to Panels.',
  ) + $admin_base;

  $items['admin/build/panels/dashboard'] = array(
    'title' => 'Dashboard',
    'page callback' => 'panels_admin_page',
    'type' => MENU_DEFAULT_LOCAL_TASK,
    'weight' => -10,
  ) + $admin_base;

  $items['admin/build/panels/settings'] = array(
    'title' => 'Settings',
    'page callback' => 'drupal_get_form',
    'page arguments' => array('panels_admin_settings_page'),
    'type' => MENU_LOCAL_TASK,
  ) + $admin_base;

  $items['admin/build/panels/settings/general'] = array(
    'title' => 'General',
    'page callback' => 'drupal_get_form',
    'page arguments' => array('panels_admin_settings_page'),
    'access arguments' => array('administer page manager'),
    'type' => MENU_DEFAULT_LOCAL_TASK,
    'weight' => -10,
  ) + $admin_base;

  if (module_exists('page_manager')) {
    $items['admin/build/panels/settings/panel-page'] = array(
      'title' => 'Panel pages',
      'page callback' => 'panels_admin_panel_context_page',
      'type' => MENU_LOCAL_TASK,
      'weight' => -10,
    ) + $admin_base;
  }

  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  $layouts = panels_get_layouts();
  foreach ($layouts as $name => $data) {
    if (!empty($data['hook menu'])) {
      if (is_array($data['hook menu'])) {
        $items += $data['hook menu'];
      }
      else if (function_exists($data['hook menu'])) {
        $data['hook menu']($items, $data);
      }
    }
  }


  return $items;
}

/**
 * Menu loader function to load a cache item for Panels AJAX.
 *
 * This load all of the includes needed to perform AJAX, and loads the
 * cache object and makes sure it is valid.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_load($cache_key) {
  ctools_include('display-edit', 'panels');
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  ctools_include('ajax');
  ctools_include('modal');
  ctools_include('context');

  return panels_edit_cache_get($cache_key);
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_init()
 */
function panels_init() {
  // Safety: go away if CTools is not at an appropriate version.
  if (!module_invoke('ctools', 'api_version', PANELS_REQUIRED_CTOOLS_API)) {
    if (user_access('administer site configuration')) {
      drupal_set_message(t('Panels is enabled but CTools is out of date. All Panels modules are disabled until CTools is updated. See the status page for more information.'), 'error');
    }
    return;
  }

  ctools_add_css('panels', 'panels');
  ctools_add_js('panels', 'panels');
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_perm
 */
function panels_perm() {
  return array(
    'view all panes',
    'view pane admin links',
    'administer pane visibility',
    'administer pane access',
    'administer advanced pane settings',
    'administer panels layouts',
    'use panels caching features',
    'use panels dashboard',
    'use panels in place editing',
  );
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_flush_caches().
 *
 * We implement this so that we can be sure our legacy rendering state setting
 * in $conf is updated whenever caches are cleared.
 */
function panels_flush_caches() {
  $legacy = panels_get_legacy_state();
  $legacy->determineStatus();
}

// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// CTools hook implementations
//
// These aren't core Drupal hooks but they are just as important.

/**
 * Implementation of hook_ctools_plugin_directory() to let the system know
 * we implement task and task_handler plugins.
 */
function panels_ctools_plugin_directory($module, $plugin) {
  // Safety: go away if CTools is not at an appropriate version.
  if (!module_invoke('ctools', 'api_version', PANELS_REQUIRED_CTOOLS_API)) {
    return;
  }
  if ($module == 'page_manager' || $module == 'panels' || $module == 'ctools') {
    return 'plugins/' . $plugin;
  }
}

/**
 * Inform CTools that the layout plugin can be loaded from themes.
 */
function panels_ctools_plugin_layouts() {
  return array(
    'load themes' => TRUE,
    'use hooks' => TRUE,
    'process' => 'panels_layout_process',
    'child plugins' => TRUE,
  );
}

/**
 * Ensure a layout has a minimal set of data.
 */
function panels_layout_process(&$plugin) {
  $plugin += array(
    'category' => t('Miscellaneous'),
    'description' => '',
  );
}

/**
 * Inform CTools that the style plugin can be loaded from themes.
 */
function panels_ctools_plugin_styles() {
  return array(
    'load themes' => TRUE,
    'use hooks' => TRUE,
    'process' => 'panels_plugin_styles_process',
    'child plugins' => TRUE,
  );
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_ctools_plugin_api().
 *
 * Inform CTools about version information for various plugins implemented by
 * Panels.
 *
 * @param string $owner
 *   The system name of the module owning the API about which information is
 *   being requested.
 * @param string $api
 *   The name of the API about which information is being requested.
 */
function panels_ctools_plugin_api($owner, $api) {
  if ($owner == 'panels' && $api == 'styles') {
    // As of 6.x-3.6, Panels has a slightly new system for style plugins.
    return array('version' => 2.0);
  }

  if ($owner == 'panels' && $api == 'pipelines') {
    return array(
      'version' => 1,
      'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/includes',
    );
  }
}

/**
 * Implementation of hook_views_api().
 */
function panels_views_api() {
  return array(
    'api' => 2,
    'path' => drupal_get_path('module', 'panels') . '/plugins/views',
  );
}

/**
 * Perform additional processing on a style plugin.
 *
 * Currently this is only being used to apply versioning information to style
 * plugins in order to ensure the legacy renderer passes the right type of
 * parameters to a style plugin in a hybrid environment of both new and old
 * plugins.
 *
 * @see _ctools_process_data()
 *
 * @param array $plugin
 *   The style plugin that is being processed.
 * @param array $info
 *   The style plugin type info array.
 */
function panels_plugin_styles_process(&$plugin, $info) {
  $plugin += array(
    'weight' => 0,
  );

  $compliant_modules = ctools_plugin_api_info('panels', 'styles', 2.0, 2.0);
  $plugin['version'] = empty($compliant_modules[$plugin['module']]) ? 1.0 : $compliant_modules[$plugin['module']]['version'];
}

/**
 * Declare what style types Panels uses.
 */
function panels_ctools_style_base_types() {
  return array(
    'region' => array(
      'title' => t('Panel region'),
      'preview' => 'panels_stylizer_region_preview',
      'theme arguments' => array('settings' => NULL, 'classes' => NULL, 'content' => NULL),
    ),
    'pane' => array(
      'title' => t('Panel pane'),
      'preview' => 'panels_stylizer_pane_preview',
      'theme arguments' => array('settings' => NULL, 'content' => NULL, 'pane' => NULL, 'display' => NULL),
    ),
  );
}

function panels_stylizer_lipsum() {
  return "
    <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Phasellus at velit dolor. Donec egestas tellus sit amet urna rhoncus adipiscing. Proin nec porttitor sem. Maecenas aliquam, purus nec tempus dignissim, nulla arcu aliquam diam, non tincidunt massa ante vel dolor. Aliquam sapien sapien, tincidunt id tristique at, pretium sagittis libero.</p>

    <p>Nulla facilisi. Curabitur lacinia, tellus sed tristique consequat, diam lorem scelerisque felis, at dictum purus augue facilisis lorem. Duis pharetra dignissim rutrum. Curabitur ac elit id dui dapibus tincidunt. Nulla eget sem quam, non eleifend eros. Cras porttitor tempus lectus ac scelerisque. Curabitur vehicula bibendum lorem, vitae ornare ligula venenatis ut.</p>
  ";
}

/**
 * Generate a preview given the current settings.
 */
function panels_stylizer_region_preview($plugin, $settings) {
  ctools_stylizer_add_css($plugin, $settings);
  return theme($plugin['theme'], $settings, ctools_stylizer_get_css_class($plugin, $settings), panels_stylizer_lipsum());
}

/**
 * Generate a preview given the current settings.
 */
function panels_stylizer_pane_preview($plugin, $settings) {
  ctools_stylizer_add_css($plugin, $settings);
  $pane = new stdClass();

  $content = new stdClass;
  $content->title = t('Lorem ipsum');
  $content->content = panels_stylizer_lipsum();
  $content->type = 'dummy';
  $content->subtype = 'dummy';

  $content->css_class = ctools_stylizer_get_css_class($plugin, $settings);

  $display = new panels_display();

  if (!empty($plugin['theme'])) {
    return theme($plugin['theme'], $settings, $content, $pane, $display);
  }
  else {
    return theme('panels_pane', $content, $pane, $display);
  }
}

// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Panels display editing

/**
 * @defgroup mainapi Functions comprising the main panels API
 * @{
 */

/**
 * Main API entry point to edit a panel display.
 *
 * Sample implementations utiltizing the the complex $destination behavior can be found
 * in panels_page_edit_content() and, in a separate contrib module, OG Blueprints
 * (http://drupal.org/project/og_blueprints), og_blueprints_blueprint_edit().
 *
 * @ingroup mainapi
 *
 * @param object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 *  A fully loaded panels $display object, as returned from panels_load_display().
 *  Merely passing a did is NOT sufficient. \n
 *  Note that 'fully loaded' means the $display must already be loaded with any contexts
 *  the caller wishes to have set for the display.
 * @param mixed $destination \n
 *  The redirect destination that the user should be taken to on form submission or
 *  cancellation. With panels_edit, $destination has complex effects on the return
 *  values of panels_edit() once the form has been submitted. See the explanation of
 *  the return value below to understand the different types of values returned by panels_edit()
 *  at different stages of FAPI. Under most circumstances, simply passing in
 *  drupal_get_destination() is all that's necessary.
 * @param array $content_types \n
 *  An associative array of allowed content types, typically as returned from
 *  panels_common_get_allowed_types(). Note that context partially governs available content types,
 *  so you will want to create any relevant contexts using panels_create_context() or
 *  panels_create_context_empty() to make sure all the appropriate content types are available.
 *
 * @return
 *  Because the functions called by panels_edit() invoke the form API, this function
 *  returns different values depending on the stage of form submission we're at. In Drupal 5,
 *  the phase of form submission is indicated by the contents of $_POST['op']. Here's what you'll
 *  get at different stages:
 *    -# If !$_POST['op']: then we're on on the initial passthrough and the form is being
 *       rendered, so it's the $form itself that's being returned. Because negative margins,
 *       a common CSS technique, bork the display editor's ajax drag-and-drop, it's important
 *       that the $output be printed, not returned. Use this syntax in the caller function: \n
 *          print theme('page', panels_edit($display, $destination, $content_types), FALSE); \n
 *    -# If $_POST['op'] == t('Cancel'): form submission has been cancelled. If empty($destination) == FALSE,
 *       then there is no return value and the panels API takes care of redirecting to $destination.
 *       If empty($destination) == TRUE, then there's still no return value, but the caller function
 *       has to take care of form redirection.
 *    -# If $_POST['op'] == ('Save'): the form has been submitted successfully and has run through
 *        panels_edit_display_submit(). $output depends on the value of $destination:
 *      - If empty($destination) == TRUE: $output contains the modified $display
 *        object, and no redirection will occur. This option is useful if the caller
 *        needs to perform additional operations on or with the modified $display before
 *        the page request is complete. Using hook_form_alter() to add an additional submit
 *        handler is typically the preferred method for something like this, but there
 *        are certain use cases where that is infeasible and $destination = NULL should
 *        be used instead. If this method is employed, the caller will need to handle form
 *        redirection. Note that having $_REQUEST['destination'] set, whether via
 *        drupal_get_destination() or some other method, will NOT interfere with this
 *        functionality; consequently, you can use drupal_get_destination() to safely store
 *        your desired redirect in the caller function, then simply use drupal_goto() once
 *        panels_edit() has done its business.
 *      - If empty($destination) == FALSE: the form will redirect to the URL string
 *        given in $destination and NO value will be returned.
 */
function panels_edit($display, $destination = NULL, $content_types = NULL, $title = FALSE) {
  ctools_include('display-edit', 'panels');
  ctools_include('ajax');
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  return _panels_edit($display, $destination, $content_types, $title);
}

/**
 * API entry point for selecting a layout for a given display.
 *
 * Layout selection is nothing more than a list of radio items encompassing the available
 * layouts for this display, as defined by .inc files in the panels/layouts subdirectory.
 * The only real complexity occurs when a user attempts to change the layout of a display
 * that has some content in it.
 *
 * @param object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 *  A fully loaded panels $display object, as returned from panels_load_display().
 *  Merely passing a did is NOT sufficient.
 * @param string $finish
 *  A string that will be used for the text of the form submission button. If no value is provided,
 *  then the form submission button will default to t('Save').
 * @param mixed $destination
 *  Basic usage is a string containing the URL that the form should redirect to upon submission.
 *  For a discussion of advanced usages, see panels_edit().
 * @param mixed $allowed_layouts
 *  Allowed layouts has three different behaviors that depend on which of three value types
 *  are passed in by the caller:
 *    #- if $allowed_layouts instanceof panels_allowed_layouts (includes subclasses): the most
 *       complex use of the API. The caller is passing in a loaded panels_allowed_layouts object
 *       that the client module previously created and stored somewhere using a custom storage
 *       mechanism.
 *    #- if is_string($allowed_layouts): the string will be used in a call to variable_get() which
 *       will call the $allowed_layouts . '_allowed_layouts' var. If the data was stored properly
 *       in the system var, the $allowed_layouts object will be unserialized and recreated.
 *       @see panels_common_set_allowed_layouts()
 *    #- if is_null($allowed_layouts): the default behavior, which also provides backwards
 *       compatibility for implementations of the Panels2 API written before beta4. In this case,
 *       a dummy panels_allowed_layouts object is created which does not restrict any layouts.
 *       Subsequent behavior is indistinguishable from pre-beta4 behavior.
 *
 * @return
 *  Can return nothing, or a modified $display object, or a redirection string; return values for the
 *  panels_edit* family of functions are quite complex. See panels_edit() for detailed discussion.
 * @see panels_edit()
 */
function panels_edit_layout($display, $finish, $destination = NULL, $allowed_layouts = NULL) {
  ctools_include('display-layout', 'panels');
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  return _panels_edit_layout($display, $finish, $destination, $allowed_layouts);
}

// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Panels database functions

/**
 * Forms the basis of a panel display
 *
 */
class panels_display {
  var $args = array();
  var $content = array();
  var $panels = array();
  var $incoming_content = NULL;
  var $css_id = NULL;
  var $context = array();
  var $did = 'new';
  var $renderer;

  function panels_display() {
    // Set the default renderer to either the legacy or the standard renderer,
    // depending on the legacy rendering state
    $this->renderer = variable_get('panels_legacy_rendering_mode', TRUE) ? 'legacy' : 'standard';
  }

  function add_pane(&$pane, $location = NULL) {
    // If no location specified, use what's set in the pane.
    if (empty($location)) {
      $location = $pane->panel;
    }
    else {
      $pane->panel = $location;
    }

    // Get a temporary pid for this pane.
    $pane->pid = "new-" . $this->next_new_pid();

    // Add the pane to the approprate spots.
    $this->content[$pane->pid] = &$pane;
    $this->panels[$location][] = $pane->pid;
  }

  function duplicate_pane($pid, $location = FALSE) {
    $pane = $this->clone_pane($pid);
    $this->add_pane($pane, $location);
  }

  function clone_pane($pid) {
    $pane = drupal_clone($this->content[$pid]);
    return $pane;
  }

  function next_new_pid() {
    // We don't use static vars to record the next new pid because
    // temporary pids can last for years in exports and in caching
    // during editing.
    $id = array(0);
    foreach (array_keys($this->content) as $pid) {
      if (!is_numeric($pid)) {
        $id[] = substr($pid, 4);
      }
    }
    $next_id = max($id);
    return ++$next_id;
  }

  /**
   * Get the title from a display.
   *
   * The display must have already been rendered, or the setting to set the
   * display's title from a pane's title will not have worked.
   *
   * @return
   *   The title to use. If NULL, this means to let any default title that may be in use
   *   pass through. i.e, do not actually set the title.
   */
  function get_title() {
    switch ($this->hide_title) {
      case PANELS_TITLE_NONE:
        return '';

      case PANELS_TITLE_PANE:
        return isset($this->stored_pane_title) ? $this->stored_pane_title : '';

      case PANELS_TITLE_FIXED:
      case FALSE; // For old exported panels that are not in the database.
        if (!empty($this->title)) {
          return filter_xss_admin(ctools_context_keyword_substitute($this->title, array(), $this->context));
        }
        return NULL;
    }
  }

  /**
   * Render this panels display.
   *
   * After checking to ensure the designated layout plugin is valid, a
   * display renderer object is spawned and runs its rendering logic.
   *
   * @param mixed $renderer
   *    An instantiated display renderer object, or the name of a display
   *    renderer plugin+class to be fetched. Defaults to NULL. When NULL, the
   *    predesignated display renderer will be used.
   */
  function render($renderer = NULL) {
    $layout = panels_get_layout($this->layout);
    if (!$layout) {
      return NULL;
    }

    // If we were not given a renderer object, load it.
    if (!is_object($renderer)) {
      // If the renderer was not specified, default to $this->renderer
      // which is either standard or was already set for us.
      $renderer = panels_get_renderer_handler(!empty($renderer) ? $renderer : $this->renderer, $this);
      if (!$renderer) {
        return NULL;
      }
    }

    $output = '';
    // Let modules act just prior to render.
    foreach (module_implements('panels_pre_render') as $module) {
      $function = $module . '_panels_pre_render';
      $output .= $function($this, $renderer);
    }

    $output .= $renderer->render();

    // Let modules act just after render.
    foreach (module_implements('panels_post_render') as $module) {
      $function = $module . '_panels_post_render';
      $output .= $function($this, $renderer);
    }
    return $output;
  }
}

/**
 * }@ End of 'defgroup mainapi', although other functions are specifically added later
 */

/**
 * Creates a new display, setting the ID to our magic new id.
 */
function panels_new_display() {
  ctools_include('export');
  $display = ctools_export_new_object('panels_display', FALSE);
  $display->did = 'new';
  return $display;
}

/**
 * Create a new pane.
 *
 * @todo -- use schema API for some of this?
 */
function panels_new_pane($type, $subtype, $set_defaults = FALSE) {
  ctools_include('export');
  $pane = ctools_export_new_object('panels_pane', FALSE);
  $pane->pid = 'new';
  $pane->type = $type;
  $pane->subtype = $subtype;
  if ($set_defaults) {
    $content_type = ctools_get_content_type($type);
    $content_subtype = ctools_content_get_subtype($content_type, $subtype);
    $pane->configuration = ctools_content_get_defaults($content_type, $content_subtype);
  }

  return $pane;
}

/**
 * Load and fill the requested $display object(s).
 *
 * Helper function primarily for for panels_load_display().
 *
 * @param array $dids
 *  An indexed array of dids to be loaded from the database.
 *
 * @return $displays
 *  An array of displays, keyed by their display dids.
 *
 * @todo schema API can drasticly simplify this code.
 */
function panels_load_displays($dids) {
  $displays = array();
  if (empty($dids) || !is_array($dids)) {
    return $displays;
  }

  $result = db_query("SELECT * FROM {panels_display} WHERE did IN (" .  db_placeholders($dids) . ")", $dids);

  ctools_include('export');
  while ($obj = db_fetch_object($result)) {
    $displays[$obj->did] = ctools_export_unpack_object('panels_display', $obj);
    // Modify the hide_title field to go from a bool to an int if necessary.
  }

  $result = db_query("SELECT * FROM {panels_pane} WHERE did IN (" . db_placeholders($dids) . ") ORDER BY did, panel, position", $dids);

  while ($obj = db_fetch_object($result)) {
    $pane = ctools_export_unpack_object('panels_pane', $obj);

    $displays[$pane->did]->panels[$pane->panel][] = $pane->pid;
    $displays[$pane->did]->content[$pane->pid] = $pane;
  }

  return $displays;
}

/**
 * Load a single display.
 *
 * @ingroup mainapi
 *
 * @param int $did
 *  The display id (did) of the display to be loaded.
 *
 * @return object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 *  Returns a partially-loaded panels_display object. $display objects returned from
 *  from this function have only the following data:
 *    - $display->did (the display id)
 *    - $display->name (the 'name' of the display, where applicable - it often isn't)
 *    - $display->layout (a string with the system name of the display's layout)
 *    - $display->panel_settings (custom layout style settings contained in an associative array; NULL if none)
 *    - $display->layout_settings (panel size and configuration settings for Flexible layouts; NULL if none)
 *    - $display->css_id (the special css_id that has been assigned to this display, if any; NULL if none)
 *    - $display->content (an array of pane objects, keyed by pane id (pid))
 *    - $display->panels (an associative array of panel regions, each an indexed array of pids in the order they appear in that region)
 *    - $display->cache (any relevant data from panels_simple_cache)
 *    - $display->args
 *    - $display->incoming_content
 *
 * While all of these members are defined, $display->context is NEVER defined in the returned $display;
 * it must be set using one of the ctools_context_create() functions.
 */
function panels_load_display($did) {
  $displays = panels_load_displays(array($did));
  if (!empty($displays)) {
    return array_shift($displays);
  }
}

/**
 * Save a display object.
 *
 * @ingroup mainapi
 *
 * Note a new $display only receives a real did once it is run through this function.
 * Until then, it uses a string placeholder, 'new', in place of a real did. The same
 * applies to all new panes (whether on a new $display or not); in addition,
 * panes have sequential numbers appended, of the form 'new-1', 'new-2', etc.
 *
 * @param object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 *  The display object to be saved. Passed by reference so the caller need not use
 *  the return value for any reason except convenience.
 *
 * @return object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 */
function panels_save_display(&$display) {
  $update = (isset($display->did) && is_numeric($display->did)) ? array('did') : array();
  drupal_write_record('panels_display', $display, $update);

  $pids = array();
  if ($update) {
    // Get a list of all panes currently in the database for this display so we can know if there
    // are panes that need to be deleted. (i.e, aren't currently in our list of panes).
    $result = db_query("SELECT pid FROM {panels_pane} WHERE did = %d", $display->did);
    while ($pane = db_fetch_object($result)) {
      $pids[$pane->pid] = $pane->pid;
    }
  }

  // update all the panes
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  ctools_include('content');

  foreach ($display->panels as $id => $panes) {
    $position = 0;
    $new_panes = array();
    foreach ((array) $panes as $pid) {
      if (!isset($display->content[$pid])) {
        continue;
      }
      $pane = $display->content[$pid];
      $type = ctools_get_content_type($pane->type);

      $pane->position = $position++;
      $pane->did = $display->did;

      $old_pid = $pane->pid;
      drupal_write_record('panels_pane', $pane, is_numeric($pid) ? array('pid') : array());

      if ($pane->pid != $old_pid) {
        // and put it back so our pids and positions can be used
        unset($display->content[$id]);
        $display->content[$pane->pid] = $pane;

        // If the title pane was one of our panes that just got its ID changed,
        // we need to change it in the database, too.
        if (isset($display->title_pane) && $display->title_pane == $old_pid) {
          $display->title_pane = $pane->pid;
          // Do a simple update query to write it so we don't have to rewrite
          // the whole record. We can't just save writing the whole record here
          // because it was needed to get the did. Chicken, egg, more chicken.
          db_query("UPDATE {panels_display} SET title_pane = %d WHERE did = %d", $pane->pid, $display->did);
        }
      }

      // re-add this to the list of content for this panel.
      $new_panes[] = $pane->pid;

      // Remove this from the list of panes scheduled for deletion.
      if (isset($pids[$pane->pid])) {
        unset($pids[$pane->pid]);
      }
    }

    $display->panels[$id] = $new_panes;
  }
  if (!empty($pids)) {
    db_query("DELETE FROM {panels_pane} WHERE pid IN (" . db_placeholders($pids) . ")", $pids);
  }

  // Clear any cached content for this display.
  panels_clear_cached_content($display);

  // Allow other modules to take action when a display is saved.
  module_invoke_all('panels_display_save', $display);

  // Log the change to watchdog, using the same style as node.module
  $watchdog_args = array('%did' => $display->did);
  if (!empty($display->title)) {
    $watchdog_args['%title'] = $display->title;
    watchdog('content', 'Panels: saved display "%title" with display id %did', $watchdog_args, WATCHDOG_NOTICE);
  }
  else {
    watchdog('content', 'Panels: saved display with id %did', $watchdog_args, WATCHDOG_NOTICE);
  }

  // to be nice, even tho we have a reference.
  return $display;
}

/**
 * Delete a display.
 */
function panels_delete_display($display) {
  if (is_object($display)) {
    $did = $display->did;
  }
  else {
    $did = $display;
  }
  db_query("DELETE FROM {panels_display} WHERE did = %d", $did);
  db_query("DELETE FROM {panels_pane} WHERE did = %d", $did);
}

/**
 * Exports the provided display into portable code.
 *
 * This function is primarily intended as a mechanism for cloning displays.
 * It generates an exact replica (in code) of the provided $display, with
 * the exception that it replaces all ids (dids and pids) with 'new-*' values.
 * Only once panels_save_display() is called on the code version of $display will
 * the exported display written to the database and permanently saved.
 *
 * @see panels_page_export() or _panels_page_fetch_display() for sample implementations.
 *
 * @ingroup mainapi
 *
 * @param object $display instanceof panels_display \n
 *  This export function does no loading of additional data about the provided
 *  display. Consequently, the caller should make sure that all the desired data
 *  has been loaded into the $display before calling this function.
 * @param string $prefix
 *  A string prefix that is prepended to each line of exported code. This is primarily
 *  used for prepending a double space when exporting so that the code indents and lines up nicely.
 *
 * @return string $output
 *  The passed-in $display expressed as code, ready to be imported. Import by running
 *  eval($output) in the caller function; doing so will create a new $display variable
 *  with all the exported values. Note that if you have already defined a $display variable in
 *  the same scope as where you eval(), your existing $display variable WILL be overwritten.
 */
function panels_export_display($display, $prefix = '') {
  ctools_include('export');
  $output = ctools_export_object('panels_display', $display, $prefix);

  // Initialize empty properties.
  $output .= $prefix . '$display->content = array()' . ";\n";
  $output .= $prefix . '$display->panels = array()' . ";\n";
  $panels = array();

  $title_pid = 0;
  if (!empty($display->content)) {
    $pid_counter = 0;
    $region_counters = array();
    foreach ($display->content as $pane) {
      $pid = 'new-' . ++$pid_counter;
      if ($pane->pid == $display->title_pane) {
        $title_pid = $pid;
      }
      $pane->pid = $pid;
      $output .= ctools_export_object('panels_pane', $pane, $prefix . '  ');
      $output .= "$prefix  " . '$display->content[\'' . $pane->pid . '\'] = $pane' . ";\n";
      if (!isset($region_counters[$pane->panel])) {
        $region_counters[$pane->panel] = 0;
      }
      $output .= "$prefix  " . '$display->panels[\'' . $pane->panel . '\'][' . $region_counters[$pane->panel]++ .'] = \'' . $pane->pid . "';\n";
    }
  }
  $output .= $prefix . '$display->hide_title = ';
  switch ($display->hide_title) {
    case PANELS_TITLE_FIXED:
      $output .= 'PANELS_TITLE_FIXED';
      break;
    case PANELS_TITLE_NONE:
      $output .= 'PANELS_TITLE_NONE';
      break;
    case PANELS_TITLE_PANE:
      $output .= 'PANELS_TITLE_PANE';
      break;
  }
  $output .= ";\n";

  $output .= $prefix . '$display->title_pane =' . " '$title_pid';\n";
  return $output;
}

/**
 * Render a display by loading the content into an appropriate
 * array and then passing through to panels_render_layout.
 *
 * if $incoming_content is NULL, default content will be applied. Use
 * an empty string to indicate no content.
 * @ingroup hook_invocations
 */
function panels_render_display(&$display, $renderer = NULL) {
  ctools_include('display-render', 'panels');
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  ctools_include('context');

  if (!empty($display->context)) {
    if ($form_context = ctools_context_get_form($display->context)) {
      $form_context->form['#theme'] = 'panels_render_display_form';
      $form_context->form['#display'] = &$display;
      $form_context->form['#form_context_id'] = $form_context->id;
      return drupal_render_form($form_context->form_id, $form_context->form);
    }
  }
  return $display->render($renderer);
}

/**
 * Theme function to render our panel as a form.
 *
 * When rendering a display as a form, the entire display needs to be
 * inside the <form> tag so that the form can be spread across the
 * panes. This sets up the form system to be the main caller and we
 * then operate as a theme function of the form.
 */
function theme_panels_render_display_form($form) {
  $form['#children'] = $form['#display']->render();
  drupal_render($form);
  return theme('form', $form);
}

// @layout
function panels_print_layout_icon($id, $layout, $title = NULL) {
  ctools_add_css('panels_admin', 'panels');
  $file = $layout['path'] . '/' . $layout['icon'];
  return theme('panels_layout_icon', $id, theme('image', $file, strip_tags($layout['title']), strip_tags($layout['description'])), $title);
}

/**
 * Theme the layout icon image
 * @layout
 * @todo move to theme.inc
 */
function theme_panels_layout_icon($id, $image, $title = NULL) {
  $output = '<div class="layout-icon">';
  $output .= $image;
  if ($title) {
    $output .= '<div class="caption">' . $title . '</div>';
  }
  $output .= '</div>';
  return $output;
}

/**
 * Theme the layout link image
 * @layout
 */
function theme_panels_layout_link($title, $id, $image, $link) {
  $output = '<div class="layout-link">';
  $output .= $image;
  $output .= '<div>' . $title . '</div>';
  $output .= '</div>';
  return $output;
}

/**
 * Print the layout link. Sends out to a theme function.
 * @layout
 */
function panels_print_layout_link($id, $layout, $link, $options = array()) {
  if (isset($options['query']['q'])) {
    unset($options['query']['q']);
  }

  ctools_add_css('panels_admin', 'panels');
  $file = $layout['path'] . '/' . $layout['icon'];
  $image = l(theme('image', $file), $link, array('html' => true) + $options);
  $title = l($layout['title'], $link, $options);
  return theme('panels_layout_link', $title, $id, $image, $link);
}


/**
 * Gateway to the PanelsLegacyState class/object, which does all legacy state
 * checks and provides information about the cause of legacy states as needed.
 *
 * @return PanelsLegacyState $legacy
 */
function panels_get_legacy_state() {
  static $legacy = NULL;
  if (!isset($legacy)) {
    ctools_include('legacy', 'panels');
    $legacy = new PanelsLegacyState();
  }
  return $legacy;
}

/**
 * Get the display that is currently being rendered as a page.
 *
 * Unlike in previous versions of this, this only returns the display,
 * not the page itself, because there are a number of different ways
 * to get to this point. It is hoped that the page data isn't needed
 * at this point. If it turns out there is, we will do something else to
 * get that functionality.
 */
function panels_get_current_page_display($change = NULL) {
  static $display = NULL;
  if ($change) {
    $display = $change;
  }

  return $display;
}

/**
 * Clean up the panel pane variables for the template.
 */
function template_preprocess_panels_pane($vars) {
  $content = $vars['output'];
  // basic classes
  $vars['classes'] = 'panel-pane';
  $vars['id'] = '';

  // Add some usable classes based on type/subtype
  ctools_include('cleanstring');
  $type_class = $content->type ? 'pane-'. ctools_cleanstring($content->type, array('lower case' => TRUE)) : '';
  $subtype_class = $content->subtype ? 'pane-'. ctools_cleanstring($content->subtype, array('lower case' => TRUE)) : '';

  // Sometimes type and subtype are the same. Avoid redudant classes.
  if ($type_class != $subtype_class) {
    $vars['classes'] .= " $type_class $subtype_class";
  }
  else {
    $vars['classes'] .= " $type_class";
  }

  // Add id and custom class if sent in.
  if (!empty($content->content)) {
    if (!empty($content->css_id)) {
      $vars['id'] = ' id="' . $content->css_id . '"';
    }
    if (!empty($content->css_class)) {
      $vars['classes'] .= ' ' . $content->css_class;
    }
  }

  // administrative links, only if there is permission.
  $vars['admin_links'] = '';
  if (user_access('view pane admin links') && !empty($content->admin_links)) {
    $vars['admin_links'] = theme('links', $content->admin_links);
  }

  $vars['title'] = !empty($content->title) ? $content->title : '';

  $vars['feeds'] = !empty($content->feeds) ? implode(' ', $content->feeds) : '';
  $vars['content'] = !empty($content->content) ? $content->content : '';

  $vars['links'] = !empty($content->links) ? theme('links', $content->links) : '';
  $vars['more'] = '';
  if (!empty($content->more)) {
    if (empty($content->more['title'])) {
      $content->more['title'] = t('more');
    }
    $vars['more'] = l($content->more['title'], $content->more['href'], $content->more);
  }
}

/**
 * Route Panels' AJAX calls to the correct object.
 *
 * Panels' AJAX is controlled mostly by renderer objects. This menu callback
 * accepts the incoming request, figures out which object should handle the
 * request, and attempts to route it. If no object can be found, the default
 * Panels editor object is used.
 *
 * Calls are routed via the ajax_* method space. For example, if visiting
 * panels/ajax/add-pane then $renderer::ajax_add_pane() will be called.
 * This means commands can be added without having to create new callbacks.
 *
 * The first argument *must always* be the cache key so that a cache object
 * can be passed through. Other arguments will be passed through untouched
 * so that the method can do whatever it needs to do.
 */
function panels_ajax_router() {
  $args = func_get_args();
  if (count($args) < 3) {
    return MENU_NOT_FOUND;
  }

  ctools_include('display-edit', 'panels');
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');
  ctools_include('ajax');
  ctools_include('modal');
  ctools_include('context');
  ctools_include('content');

  $plugin_name = array_shift($args);
  $method = array_shift($args);
  $cache_key = array_shift($args);

  $plugin = panels_get_display_renderer($plugin_name);
  if (!$plugin) {
    // This is the default renderer for handling AJAX commands.
    $plugin = panels_get_display_renderer('editor');
  }

  $cache = panels_edit_cache_get($cache_key);
  if (empty($cache)) {
    return MENU_ACCESS_DENIED;
  }

  $renderer = panels_get_renderer_handler($plugin, $cache->display);
  if (!$renderer) {
    return MENU_ACCESS_DENIED;
  }

  $method = 'ajax_' . str_replace('-', '_', $method);
  if (!method_exists($renderer, $method)) {
    return MENU_NOT_FOUND;
  }

  $renderer->cache = &$cache;
  ctools_include('cleanstring');
  $renderer->clean_key = ctools_cleanstring($cache_key);

  $output = call_user_func_array(array($renderer, $method), $args);
  if (empty($output) && !empty($renderer->commands)) {
    return ctools_ajax_render($renderer->commands);
  }
  return $output;
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Panels caching functions and callbacks
//
// When editing displays and the like, Panels has a caching system that relies
// on a callback to determine where to get the actual cache.

// @todo This system needs to be better documented so that it can be
// better used.

/**
 * Get an object from cache.
 */
function panels_cache_get($obj, $did, $skip_cache = FALSE) {
  ctools_include('object-cache');
  // we often store contexts in cache, so let's just make sure we can load
  // them.
  ctools_include('context');
  return ctools_object_cache_get($obj, 'panels_display:' . $did, $skip_cache);
}

/**
 * Save the edited object into the cache.
 */
function panels_cache_set($obj, $did, $cache) {
  ctools_include('object-cache');
  return ctools_object_cache_set($obj, 'panels_display:' . $did, $cache);
}

/**
 * Clear a object from the cache; used if the editing is aborted.
 */
function panels_cache_clear($obj, $did) {
  ctools_include('object-cache');
  return ctools_object_cache_clear($obj, 'panels_display:' . $did);
}

/**
 * Create the default cache for editing panel displays.
 *
 * If an application is using the Panels display editor without having
 * specified a cache key, this method can be used to create the default
 * cache.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_get_default(&$display, $content_types = NULL, $title = FALSE) {
  if (empty($content_types)) {
    $content_types = ctools_content_get_available_types();
  }

  $display->cache_key = $display->did;
  panels_cache_clear('display', $display->did);

  $cache = new stdClass();
  $cache->display = &$display;
  $cache->content_types = $content_types;
  $cache->display_title = $title;

  panels_edit_cache_set($cache);
  return $cache;
}

/**
 * Method to allow modules to provide their own caching mechanism for the
 * display editor.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_get($cache_key) {
  if (strpos($cache_key, ':') !== FALSE) {
    list($module, $argument) = explode(':', $cache_key, 2);
    return module_invoke($module, 'panels_cache_get', $argument);
  }

  // Fall back to our normal method:
  return panels_cache_get('display', $cache_key);
}

/**
 * Method to allow modules to provide their own caching mechanism for the
 * display editor.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_set($cache) {
  $cache_key = $cache->display->cache_key;
  if (strpos($cache_key, ':') !== FALSE) {
    list($module, $argument) = explode(':', $cache_key, 2);
    return module_invoke($module, 'panels_cache_set', $argument, $cache);
  }

  // Fall back to our normal method:
  return panels_cache_set('display', $cache_key, $cache);
}

/**
 * Method to allow modules to provide their own mechanism to write the
 * cache used in the display editor.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_save($cache) {
  $cache_key = $cache->display->cache_key;
  if (strpos($cache_key, ':') !== FALSE) {
    list($module, $argument) = explode(':', $cache_key, 2);
    if (function_exists($module . '_panels_cache_save')) {
      return module_invoke($module, 'panels_cache_save', $argument, $cache);
    }
  }

  // Fall back to our normal method:
  return panels_save_display($cache->display);
}

/**
 * Method to allow modules to provide their own mechanism to clear the
 * cache used in the display editor.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_clear($cache) {
  $cache_key = $cache->display->cache_key;
  if (strpos($cache_key, ':') !== FALSE) {
    list($module, $argument) = explode(':', $cache_key, 2);
    if (function_exists($module . '_panels_cache_clear')) {
      return module_invoke($module, 'panels_cache_clear', $argument, $cache);
    }
  }

  // Fall back to our normal method:
  return panels_cache_clear('display', $cache_key);
}

/**
 * Method to allow modules to provide a mechanism to break locks.
 */
function panels_edit_cache_break_lock($cache) {
  if (empty($cache->locked)) {
    return;
  }

  $cache_key = $cache->display->cache_key;
  if (strpos($cache_key, ':') !== FALSE) {
    list($module, $argument) = explode(':', $cache_key, 2);
    if (function_exists($module . '_panels_cache_break_lock')) {
      return module_invoke($module, 'panels_cache_break_lock', $argument, $cache);
    }
  }

  // Normal panel display editing has no locks, so we do nothing if there is
  // no fallback.
  return;
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Callbacks on behalf of the panel_context plugin.
//
// The panel_context plugin lets Panels be used in page manager. These
// callbacks allow the display editing system to use the page manager
// cache rather than the default display cache. They are routed by the cache
// key via panels_edit_cache_* functions.

/**
 * Get display edit cache on behalf of panel context.
 *
 * The key is the second half of the key in this form:
 * panel_context:TASK_NAME:HANDLER_NAME;
 */
function panel_context_panels_cache_get($key) {
  ctools_include('common', 'panels');
  ctools_include('context');
  ctools_include('context-task-handler');
  // this loads the panel context inc even if we don't use the plugin.
  $plugin = page_manager_get_task_handler('panel_context');

  list($task_name, $handler_name) = explode(':', $key, 2);
  $page = page_manager_get_page_cache($task_name);
  if (isset($page->display_cache[$handler_name])) {
    return $page->display_cache[$handler_name];
  }

  if ($handler_name) {
    $handler = &$page->handlers[$handler_name];
  }
  else {
    $handler = &$page->new_handler;
  }
  $cache = new stdClass();

  $cache->display = &panels_panel_context_get_display($handler);
  $cache->display->context = ctools_context_handler_get_all_contexts($page->task, $page->subtask, $handler);
  $cache->display->cache_key = 'panel_context:' . $key;
  $cache->content_types = panels_common_get_allowed_types('panels_page', $cache->display->context);
  $cache->display_title = TRUE;
  $cache->locked = $page->locked;

  return $cache;
}

/**
 * Get the Page Manager cache for the panel_context plugin.
 */
function _panel_context_panels_cache_get_page_cache($key, $cache) {
  list($task_name, $handler_name) = explode(':', $key, 2);
  $page = page_manager_get_page_cache($task_name);
  $page->display_cache[$handler_name] = $cache;
  if ($handler_name) {
    $page->handlers[$handler_name]->conf['display'] = $cache->display;
    $page->handler_info[$handler_name]['changed'] |= PAGE_MANAGER_CHANGED_CACHED;
  }
  else {
    $page->new_handler->conf['display'] = $cache->display;
  }

  return $page;
}

/**
 * Store a display edit in progress in the page cache.
 */
function panel_context_panels_cache_set($key, $cache) {
  $page = _panel_context_panels_cache_get_page_cache($key, $cache);
  page_manager_set_page_cache($page);
}

/**
 * Save all changes made to a display using the Page Manager page cache.
 */
function panel_context_panels_cache_clear($key, $cache) {
  $page = _panel_context_panels_cache_get_page_cache($key, $cache);
  page_manager_clear_page_cache($page->task_name);
}

/**
 * Save all changes made to a display using the Page Manager page cache.
 */
function panel_context_panels_cache_save($key, $cache) {
  $page = _panel_context_panels_cache_get_page_cache($key, $cache);
  page_manager_save_page_cache($page);
}

/**
 * Break the lock on a page manager page.
 */
function panel_context_panels_cache_break_lock($key, $cache) {
  $page = _panel_context_panels_cache_get_page_cache($key, $cache);
  ctools_object_cache_clear_all('page_manager_page', $page->task_name);
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Callbacks on behalf of the panels page wizards
//
// The page wizards are a pluggable set of 'wizards' to make it easy to create
// specific types of pages based upon whatever someone felt like putting
// together. Since they will very often have content editing, we provide
// a generic mechanism to allow them to store their editing cache in the
// wizard cache.
//
// For them to use this mechanism, they just need to use:
//   $cache = panels_edit_cache_get('panels_page_wizard:' . $plugin['name']);

/**
 * Get display edit cache for the panels mini export UI
 *
 * The key is the second half of the key in this form:
 * panels_page_wizard:TASK_NAME:HANDLER_NAME;
 */
function panels_page_wizard_panels_cache_get($key) {
  ctools_include('page-wizard');
  ctools_include('context');
  $wizard_cache = page_manager_get_wizard_cache($key);
  if (isset($wizard_cache->display_cache)) {
    return $wizard_cache->display_cache;
  }

  ctools_include('common', 'panels');
  $cache = new stdClass();
  $cache->display = $wizard_cache->display;
  $cache->display->context = !empty($wizard_cache->context) ? $wizard_cache->context : array();
  $cache->display->cache_key = 'panels_page_wizard:' . $key;
  $cache->content_types = panels_common_get_allowed_types('panels_page', $cache->display->context);
  $cache->display_title = TRUE;

  return $cache;
}

/**
 * Store a display edit in progress in the page cache.
 */
function panels_page_wizard_panels_cache_set($key, $cache) {
  ctools_include('page-wizard');
  $wizard_cache = page_manager_get_wizard_cache($key);
  $wizard_cache->display_cache = $cache;
  page_manager_set_wizard_cache($wizard_cache);
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// General utility functions

/**
 * Perform a drupal_goto on a destination that may be an array like url().
 */
function panels_goto($destination) {
  if (!is_array($destination)) {
    return drupal_goto($destination);
  }
  else {
    // Prevent notices by adding defaults
    $destination += array(
      'query' => NULL,
      'fragment' => NULL,
      'http_response_code' => NULL,
    );

    return drupal_goto($destination['path'], $destination['query'], $destination['fragment'], $destination['http_response_code']);
  }
}


/**
 * For external use: Given a layout ID and a $content array, return the
 * panel display.
 *
 * The content array is filled in based upon the content available in the
 * layout. If it's a two column with a content array defined like
 * @code
 *   array(
 *    'left' => t('Left side'),
 *    'right' => t('Right side')
 *  ),
 * @endcode
 *
 * Then the $content array should be
 * @code
 * array(
 *   'left' => $output_left,
 *   'right' => $output_right,
 * )
 * @endcode
 *
 * The output within each panel region can be either a single rendered
 * HTML string or an array of rendered HTML strings as though they were
 * panes. They will simply be concatenated together without separators.
 */
function panels_print_layout($layout, $content, $meta = 'standard') {
  ctools_include('plugins', 'panels');

  // Create a temporary display for this.
  $display = panels_new_display();
  $display->layout = is_array($layout) ? $layout['name'] : $layout;
  $display->content = $content;

  // Get our simple renderer
  $renderer = panels_get_renderer_handler('simple', $display);
  $renderer->meta_location = $meta;

  return $renderer->render();
}

// --------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Deprecated functions
//
// Everything below this line will eventually go away.

/**
 * Load a panels include file.
 *
 * @deprecated This function is deprecated and should no longer be used. It will
 * be removed in the next major version of Panels. Use ctools_include() instead.
 */
function panels_load_include($include, $path = 'includes/') {
  static $loaded = array();
  if (empty($loaded["$path$include.inc"])) {
    require_once './' . panels_get_path("$path$include.inc");
    $loaded["$path$include.inc"] = TRUE;
  }
}

/**
 * panels path helper function
 */
function panels_get_path($file, $base_path = FALSE, $module = 'panels') {
  $output = $base_path ? base_path() : '';
  return $output . drupal_get_path('module', $module) . '/' . $file;
}

/**
 * Given a full layout structure and a content array, render a panel display.
 *
 * @deprecated This function represents an old approach to rendering, and is
 * retained only as a temporary support for other modules still using that
 * approach. It will be removed in the next major version of Panels.
 */
function panels_render_layout($layout, $content, $css_id = NULL, $settings = array(), $display = NULL) {
  if (!empty($layout['css'])) {
    if (file_exists(path_to_theme() . '/' . $layout['css'])) {
      drupal_add_css(path_to_theme() . '/' . $layout['css']);
    }
    else {
      drupal_add_css($layout['path'] . '/' . $layout['css']);
    }
  }
  // This now comes after the CSS is added, because panels-within-panels must
  // have their CSS added in the right order; inner content before outer content.

  // If $content is an object, it's a $display and we have to render its panes.
  if (is_object($content)) {
    $display = $content;
    if (empty($display->cache['method'])) {
      $content = panels_render_panes($display);
    }
    else {
      $cache = panels_get_cached_content($display, $display->args, $display->context);
      if ($cache === FALSE) {
        $cache = new panels_cache_object();
        $cache->set_content(panels_render_panes($display));
        panels_set_cached_content($cache, $display, $display->args, $display->context);
      }
      $content = $cache->content;
    }
  }

  $output = theme($layout['theme'], check_plain($css_id), $content, $settings, $display);

  return $output;
}

/**
 * Get a list of panel regions available in the layout.
 *
 * @deprecated Use panels_get_regions instead.
 */
function panels_get_panels($layout, $display) {
  return panels_get_regions($layout, $display);
}

/**
 * Select a context for a pane.
 *
 * @param $pane
 *   A fully populated pane.
 * @param $contexts
 *   A keyed array of available contexts.
 *
 * @return
 *   The matching contexts or NULL if none or necessary, or FALSE if
 *   requirements can't be met.
 *
 * @deprecated this function will be removed.
 */
function panels_pane_select_context($pane, $contexts) {
  return ctools_content_select_context($pane->type, $pane->subtype, $pane->configuration, $contexts);
}

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