Holds the data associated with the checklist. Attributes: name -- Checklist's name revision -- Revision of the checklist file type -- Type of the checklist file resolution -- Resolution of the CheckList. publicID -- Public identifier for the checklist's XML DTD canonicalURL -- Canonical URL for the checklist's XML DT entries -- Mapping of names to iters of checklist entries customItemsIter -- gtk.TreeIter pointing to the category we are adding custom items to Private Attributes: __unspan -- Regex to remove <span> pango tags from a string. Saved so the code doesn't have to recompile the regex every time. Special Purpose Attributes (These should translate into a properties map or similar in the future): SRPM -- SRPM object having information about the SRPM we are reviewing ticketURL -- URL to get to the ticket for this checklist Obsolete Attributes (Certain functionality that is being phased out depends on these. As soon as the functionality goes, these can go.) baseFilename -- File that the checklist was started from. Goes away when we unify savefile and checklist if we don't find another use for it. (Currently saved in the savefile. Need to remove.) * Note: Some attributes should be gproperties. However, there is a problem currently with gproperties and the initialization of gtk.TreeStore classes. Have to make them simple python attibutes for now and create our own signals instead of using gproperties with the notify signal. The CheckList class is a subclass of gtk.TreeModel and has all the methods that the gtk.TreeModel class has for manipulating the data it save. It overrides the constructor to make a much more directed model that implements one data set. Saving the state of the checklist's data saves the modified data in the TreeModel along with a reference to the checklist we're operating upon.
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|string||canonicalURL = 'http://qa-assistant.sf.net/dtds/checklist/'|
|string||formatVersion = '0.3'|
|string||publicID = '-//BaderWare//DTD QA Assistant Checklist File '|
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