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wpapp 1.1 fix for mappress
function str_replace (search, replace, subject, count) {
// Replaces all occurrences of search in haystack with replace
//
// version: 1109.2015
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/str_replace
// + original by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + improved by: Gabriel Paderni
// + improved by: Philip Peterson
// + improved by: Simon Willison (http://simonwillison.net)
// + revised by: Jonas Raoni Soares Silva (http://www.jsfromhell.com)
// + bugfixed by: Anton Ongson
// + input by: Onno Marsman
// + improved by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + tweaked by: Onno Marsman
// + input by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + bugfixed by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + input by: Oleg Eremeev
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + bugfixed by: Oleg Eremeev
// % note 1: The count parameter must be passed as a string in order
// % note 1: to find a global variable in which the result will be given
// * example 1: str_replace(' ', '.', 'Kevin van Zonneveld');
// * returns 1: 'Kevin.van.Zonneveld'
// * example 2: str_replace(['{name}', 'l'], ['hello', 'm'], '{name}, lars');
// * returns 2: 'hemmo, mars'
var i = 0,
j = 0,
temp = '',
repl = '',
sl = 0,
fl = 0,
f = [].concat(search),
r = [].concat(replace),
s = subject,
ra = Object.prototype.toString.call(r) === '[object Array]',
sa = Object.prototype.toString.call(s) === '[object Array]';
s = [].concat(s);
if (count) {
this.window[count] = 0;
}
for (i = 0, sl = s.length; i < sl; i++) {
if (s[i] === '') {
continue;
}
for (j = 0, fl = f.length; j < fl; j++) {
temp = s[i] + '';
repl = ra ? (r[j] !== undefined ? r[j] : '') : r[0];
s[i] = (temp).split(f[j]).join(repl);
if (count && s[i] !== temp) {
this.window[count] += (temp.length - s[i].length) / f[j].length;
}
}
}
return sa ? s : s[0];
}
function date (format, timestamp) {
// http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net
// + original by: Carlos R. L. Rodrigues (http://www.jsfromhell.com)
// + parts by: Peter-Paul Koch (http://www.quirksmode.org/js/beat.html)
// + improved by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + improved by: MeEtc (http://yass.meetcweb.com)
// + improved by: Brad Touesnard
// + improved by: Tim Wiel
// + improved by: Bryan Elliott
//
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + improved by: David Randall
// + input by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + bugfixed by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + improved by: Theriault
// + derived from: gettimeofday
// + input by: majak
// + bugfixed by: majak
// + bugfixed by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + input by: Alex
// + bugfixed by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + improved by: Theriault
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + improved by: Theriault
// + improved by: Thomas Beaucourt (http://www.webapp.fr)
// + improved by: JT
// + improved by: Theriault
// + improved by: Rafał Kukawski (http://blog.kukawski.pl)
// + bugfixed by: omid (http://phpjs.org/functions/380:380#comment_137122)
// + input by: Martin
// + input by: Alex Wilson
// % note 1: Uses global: php_js to store the default timezone
// % note 2: Although the function potentially allows timezone info (see notes), it currently does not set
// % note 2: per a timezone specified by date_default_timezone_set(). Implementers might use
// % note 2: this.php_js.currentTimezoneOffset and this.php_js.currentTimezoneDST set by that function
// % note 2: in order to adjust the dates in this function (or our other date functions!) accordingly
// * example 1: date('H:m:s \\m \\i\\s \\m\\o\\n\\t\\h', 1062402400);
// * returns 1: '09:09:40 m is month'
// * example 2: date('F j, Y, g:i a', 1062462400);
// * returns 2: 'September 2, 2003, 2:26 am'
// * example 3: date('Y W o', 1062462400);
// * returns 3: '2003 36 2003'
// * example 4: x = date('Y m d', (new Date()).getTime()/1000);
// * example 4: (x+'').length == 10 // 2009 01 09
// * returns 4: true
// * example 5: date('W', 1104534000);
// * returns 5: '53'
// * example 6: date('B t', 1104534000);
// * returns 6: '999 31'
// * example 7: date('W U', 1293750000.82); // 2010-12-31
// * returns 7: '52 1293750000'
// * example 8: date('W', 1293836400); // 2011-01-01
// * returns 8: '52'
// * example 9: date('W Y-m-d', 1293974054); // 2011-01-02
// * returns 9: '52 2011-01-02'
var that = this,
jsdate, f, formatChr = /\\?([a-z])/gi,
formatChrCb,
// Keep this here (works, but for code commented-out
// below for file size reasons)
//, tal= [],
_pad = function (n, c) {
if ((n = n + '').length < c) {
return new Array((++c) - n.length).join('0') + n;
}
return n;
},
txt_words = ["Sun", "Mon", "Tues", "Wednes", "Thurs", "Fri", "Satur", "January", "February", "March", "April", "May", "June", "July", "August", "September", "October", "November", "December"];
formatChrCb = function (t, s) {
return f[t] ? f[t]() : s;
};
f = {
// Day
d: function () { // Day of month w/leading 0; 01..31
return _pad(f.j(), 2);
},
D: function () { // Shorthand day name; Mon...Sun
return f.l().slice(0, 3);
},
j: function () { // Day of month; 1..31
return jsdate.getDate();
},
l: function () { // Full day name; Monday...Sunday
return txt_words[f.w()] + 'day';
},
N: function () { // ISO-8601 day of week; 1[Mon]..7[Sun]
return f.w() || 7;
},
S: function () { // Ordinal suffix for day of month; st, nd, rd, th
var j = f.j();
return j < 4 | j > 20 && ['st', 'nd', 'rd'][j%10 - 1] || 'th';
},
w: function () { // Day of week; 0[Sun]..6[Sat]
return jsdate.getDay();
},
z: function () { // Day of year; 0..365
var a = new Date(f.Y(), f.n() - 1, f.j()),
b = new Date(f.Y(), 0, 1);
return Math.round((a - b) / 864e5) + 1;
},
// Week
W: function () { // ISO-8601 week number
var a = new Date(f.Y(), f.n() - 1, f.j() - f.N() + 3),
b = new Date(a.getFullYear(), 0, 4);
return _pad(1 + Math.round((a - b) / 864e5 / 7), 2);
},
// Month
F: function () { // Full month name; January...December
return txt_words[6 + f.n()];
},
m: function () { // Month w/leading 0; 01...12
return _pad(f.n(), 2);
},
M: function () { // Shorthand month name; Jan...Dec
return f.F().slice(0, 3);
},
n: function () { // Month; 1...12
return jsdate.getMonth() + 1;
},
t: function () { // Days in month; 28...31
return (new Date(f.Y(), f.n(), 0)).getDate();
},
// Year
L: function () { // Is leap year?; 0 or 1
var j = f.Y();
return j%4==0 & j%100!=0 | j%400==0;
},
o: function () { // ISO-8601 year
var n = f.n(),
W = f.W(),
Y = f.Y();
return Y + (n === 12 && W < 9 ? -1 : n === 1 && W > 9);
},
Y: function () { // Full year; e.g. 1980...2010
return jsdate.getFullYear();
},
y: function () { // Last two digits of year; 00...99
return (f.Y() + "").slice(-2);
},
// Time
a: function () { // am or pm
return jsdate.getHours() > 11 ? "pm" : "am";
},
A: function () { // AM or PM
return f.a().toUpperCase();
},
B: function () { // Swatch Internet time; 000..999
var H = jsdate.getUTCHours() * 36e2,
// Hours
i = jsdate.getUTCMinutes() * 60,
// Minutes
s = jsdate.getUTCSeconds(); // Seconds
return _pad(Math.floor((H + i + s + 36e2) / 86.4) % 1e3, 3);
},
g: function () { // 12-Hours; 1..12
return f.G() % 12 || 12;
},
G: function () { // 24-Hours; 0..23
return jsdate.getHours();
},
h: function () { // 12-Hours w/leading 0; 01..12
return _pad(f.g(), 2);
},
H: function () { // 24-Hours w/leading 0; 00..23
return _pad(f.G(), 2);
},
i: function () { // Minutes w/leading 0; 00..59
return _pad(jsdate.getMinutes(), 2);
},
s: function () { // Seconds w/leading 0; 00..59
return _pad(jsdate.getSeconds(), 2);
},
u: function () { // Microseconds; 000000-999000
return _pad(jsdate.getMilliseconds() * 1000, 6);
},
// Timezone
e: function () { // Timezone identifier; e.g. Atlantic/Azores, ...
// The following works, but requires inclusion of the very large
// timezone_abbreviations_list() function.
/* return this.date_default_timezone_get();
*/
throw 'Not supported (see source code of date() for timezone on how to add support)';
},
I: function () { // DST observed?; 0 or 1
// Compares Jan 1 minus Jan 1 UTC to Jul 1 minus Jul 1 UTC.
// If they are not equal, then DST is observed.
var a = new Date(f.Y(), 0),
// Jan 1
c = Date.UTC(f.Y(), 0),
// Jan 1 UTC
b = new Date(f.Y(), 6),
// Jul 1
d = Date.UTC(f.Y(), 6); // Jul 1 UTC
return 0 + ((a - c) !== (b - d));
},
O: function () { // Difference to GMT in hour format; e.g. +0200
var tzo = jsdate.getTimezoneOffset(),
a = Math.abs(tzo);
return (tzo > 0 ? "-" : "+") + _pad(Math.floor(a / 60) * 100 + a % 60, 4);
},
P: function () { // Difference to GMT w/colon; e.g. +02:00
var O = f.O();
return (O.substr(0, 3) + ":" + O.substr(3, 2));
},
T: function () { // Timezone abbreviation; e.g. EST, MDT, ...
// The following works, but requires inclusion of the very
// large timezone_abbreviations_list() function.
/* var abbr = '', i = 0, os = 0, default = 0;
if (!tal.length) {
tal = that.timezone_abbreviations_list();
}
if (that.php_js && that.php_js.default_timezone) {
default = that.php_js.default_timezone;
for (abbr in tal) {
for (i=0; i < tal[abbr].length; i++) {
if (tal[abbr][i].timezone_id === default) {
return abbr.toUpperCase();
}
}
}
}
for (abbr in tal) {
for (i = 0; i < tal[abbr].length; i++) {
os = -jsdate.getTimezoneOffset() * 60;
if (tal[abbr][i].offset === os) {
return abbr.toUpperCase();
}
}
}
*/
return 'UTC';
},
Z: function () { // Timezone offset in seconds (-43200...50400)
return -jsdate.getTimezoneOffset() * 60;
},
// Full Date/Time
c: function () { // ISO-8601 date.
return 'Y-m-d\\Th:i:sP'.replace(formatChr, formatChrCb);
},
r: function () { // RFC 2822
return 'D, d M Y H:i:s O'.replace(formatChr, formatChrCb);
},
U: function () { // Seconds since UNIX epoch
return jsdate / 1000 | 0;
}
};
this.date = function (format, timestamp) {
that = this;
jsdate = (timestamp == null ? new Date() : // Not provided
(timestamp instanceof Date) ? new Date(timestamp) : // JS Date()
new Date(timestamp * 1000) // UNIX timestamp (auto-convert to int)
);
return format.replace(formatChr, formatChrCb);
};
return this.date(format, timestamp);
}
function strtotime (str, now) {
// Convert string representation of date and time to a timestamp
//
// version: 1109.2015
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/strtotime // + original by: Caio Ariede (http://caioariede.com)
// + improved by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + input by: David
// + improved by: Caio Ariede (http://caioariede.com)
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me) // + bugfixed by: Wagner B. Soares
// + bugfixed by: Artur Tchernychev
// % note 1: Examples all have a fixed timestamp to prevent tests to fail because of variable time(zones)
// * example 1: strtotime('+1 day', 1129633200);
// * returns 1: 1129719600 // * example 2: strtotime('+1 week 2 days 4 hours 2 seconds', 1129633200);
// * returns 2: 1130425202
// * example 3: strtotime('last month', 1129633200);
// * returns 3: 1127041200
// * example 4: strtotime('2009-05-04 08:30:00'); // * returns 4: 1241418600
var i, match, s, strTmp = '',
parse = '';
strTmp = str; strTmp = strTmp.replace(/\s{2,}|^\s|\s$/g, ' '); // unecessary spaces
strTmp = strTmp.replace(/[\t\r\n]/g, ''); // unecessary chars
if (strTmp == 'now') {
return (new Date()).getTime() / 1000; // Return seconds, not milli-seconds
} else if (!isNaN(parse = Date.parse(strTmp))) { return (parse / 1000);
} else if (now) {
now = new Date(now * 1000); // Accept PHP-style seconds
} else {
now = new Date(); }
strTmp = strTmp.toLowerCase();
var __is = { day: {
'sun': 0,
'mon': 1,
'tue': 2,
'wed': 3, 'thu': 4,
'fri': 5,
'sat': 6
},
mon: { 'jan': 0,
'feb': 1,
'mar': 2,
'apr': 3,
'may': 4, 'jun': 5,
'jul': 6,
'aug': 7,
'sep': 8,
'oct': 9, 'nov': 10,
'dec': 11
}
};
var process = function (m) {
var ago = (m[2] && m[2] == 'ago');
var num = (num = m[0] == 'last' ? -1 : 1) * (ago ? -1 : 1);
switch (m[0]) { case 'last':
case 'next':
switch (m[1].substring(0, 3)) {
case 'yea':
now.setFullYear(now.getFullYear() + num); break;
case 'mon':
now.setMonth(now.getMonth() + num);
break;
case 'wee': now.setDate(now.getDate() + (num * 7));
break;
case 'day':
now.setDate(now.getDate() + num);
break; case 'hou':
now.setHours(now.getHours() + num);
break;
case 'min':
now.setMinutes(now.getMinutes() + num); break;
case 'sec':
now.setSeconds(now.getSeconds() + num);
break;
default: var day;
if (typeof(day = __is.day[m[1].substring(0, 3)]) != 'undefined') {
var diff = day - now.getDay();
if (diff == 0) {
diff = 7 * num; } else if (diff > 0) {
if (m[0] == 'last') {
diff -= 7;
}
} else { if (m[0] == 'next') {
diff += 7;
}
}
now.setDate(now.getDate() + diff); }
}
break;
default: if (/\d+/.test(m[0])) {
num *= parseInt(m[0], 10);
switch (m[1].substring(0, 3)) {
case 'yea': now.setFullYear(now.getFullYear() + num);
break;
case 'mon':
now.setMonth(now.getMonth() + num);
break; case 'wee':
now.setDate(now.getDate() + (num * 7));
break;
case 'day':
now.setDate(now.getDate() + num); break;
case 'hou':
now.setHours(now.getHours() + num);
break;
case 'min': now.setMinutes(now.getMinutes() + num);
break;
case 'sec':
now.setSeconds(now.getSeconds() + num);
break; }
} else {
return false;
}
break; }
return true;
};
match = strTmp.match(/^(\d{2,4}-\d{2}-\d{2})(?:\s(\d{1,2}:\d{2}(:\d{2})?)?(?:\.(\d+))?)?$/); if (match != null) {
if (!match[2]) {
match[2] = '00:00:00';
} else if (!match[3]) {
match[2] += ':00'; }
s = match[1].split(/-/g);
for (i in __is.mon) { if (__is.mon[i] == s[1] - 1) {
s[1] = i;
}
}
s[0] = parseInt(s[0], 10);
s[0] = (s[0] >= 0 && s[0] <= 69) ? '20' + (s[0] < 10 ? '0' + s[0] : s[0] + '') : (s[0] >= 70 && s[0] <= 99) ? '19' + s[0] : s[0] + '';
return parseInt(this.strtotime(s[2] + ' ' + s[1] + ' ' + s[0] + ' ' + match[2]) + (match[4] ? match[4] / 1000 : ''), 10);
}
var regex = '([+-]?\\d+\\s' + '(years?|months?|weeks?|days?|hours?|min|minutes?|sec|seconds?' + '|sun\\.?|sunday|mon\\.?|monday|tue\\.?|tuesday|wed\\.?|wednesday' + '|thu\\.?|thursday|fri\\.?|friday|sat\\.?|saturday)' + '|(last|next)\\s' + '(years?|months?|weeks?|days?|hours?|min|minutes?|sec|seconds?' + '|sun\\.?|sunday|mon\\.?|monday|tue\\.?|tuesday|wed\\.?|wednesday' + '|thu\\.?|thursday|fri\\.?|friday|sat\\.?|saturday))' + '(\\sago)?';
match = strTmp.match(new RegExp(regex, 'gi')); // Brett: seems should be case insensitive per docs, so added 'i'
if (match == null) {
return false; }
for (i = 0; i < match.length; i++) {
if (!process(match[i].split(' '))) {
return false; }
}
return (now.getTime() / 1000);
}
function get_html_translation_table (table, quote_style) {
// Returns the internal translation table used by htmlspecialchars and htmlentities
//
// version: 1109.2015
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/get_html_translation_table // + original by: Philip Peterson
// + revised by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + bugfixed by: noname
// + bugfixed by: Alex
// + bugfixed by: Marco // + bugfixed by: madipta
// + improved by: KELAN
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + bugfixed by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + input by: Frank Forte // + bugfixed by: T.Wild
// + input by: Ratheous
// % note: It has been decided that we're not going to add global
// % note: dependencies to php.js, meaning the constants are not
// % note: real constants, but strings instead. Integers are also supported if someone // % note: chooses to create the constants themselves.
// * example 1: get_html_translation_table('HTML_SPECIALCHARS');
// * returns 1: {'"': '&quot;', '&': '&amp;', '<': '&lt;', '>': '&gt;'}
var entities = {},
hash_map = {}, decimal;
var constMappingTable = {},
constMappingQuoteStyle = {};
var useTable = {},
useQuoteStyle = {};
// Translate arguments
constMappingTable[0] = 'HTML_SPECIALCHARS';
constMappingTable[1] = 'HTML_ENTITIES';
constMappingQuoteStyle[0] = 'ENT_NOQUOTES'; constMappingQuoteStyle[2] = 'ENT_COMPAT';
constMappingQuoteStyle[3] = 'ENT_QUOTES';
useTable = !isNaN(table) ? constMappingTable[table] : table ? table.toUpperCase() : 'HTML_SPECIALCHARS';
useQuoteStyle = !isNaN(quote_style) ? constMappingQuoteStyle[quote_style] : quote_style ? quote_style.toUpperCase() : 'ENT_COMPAT';
if (useTable !== 'HTML_SPECIALCHARS' && useTable !== 'HTML_ENTITIES') {
throw new Error("Table: " + useTable + ' not supported');
// return false;
}
entities['38'] = '&amp;';
if (useTable === 'HTML_ENTITIES') {
entities['130'] = '&sbquo;'; // Single Low-9 Quotation Mark
entities['131'] = '&fnof;'; // Latin Small Letter F With Hook
entities['132'] = '&bdquo;'; // Double Low-9 Quotation Mark
entities['133'] = '&hellip;'; // Horizontal Ellipsis
entities['134'] = '&dagger;'; // Dagger
entities['135'] = '&Dagger;'; // Double Dagger
entities['136'] = '&circ;'; // Modifier Letter Circumflex Accent
entities['137'] = '&permil;'; // Per Mille Sign
entities['138'] = '&Scaron;'; // Latin Capital Letter S With Caron
entities['139'] = '&lsaquo;'; // Single Left-Pointing Angle Quotation Mark
entities['140'] = '&OElig;'; // Latin Capital Ligature OE
entities['145'] = '&lsquo;'; // Left Single Quotation Mark
entities['146'] = '&rsquo;'; // Right Single Quotation Mark
entities['147'] = '&ldquo;'; // Left Double Quotation Mark
entities['148'] = '&rdquo;'; // Right Double Quotation Mark
entities['149'] = '&bull;'; // Bullet
entities['150'] = '&ndash;'; // En Dash
entities['151'] = '&mdash;'; // Em Dash
entities['152'] = '&tilde;'; // Small Tilde
entities['153'] = '&trade;'; // Trade Mark Sign
entities['154'] = '&scaron;'; // Latin Small Letter S With Caron
entities['155'] = '&rsaquo;'; // Single Right-Pointing Angle Quotation Mark
entities['156'] = '&oelig;'; // Latin Small Ligature OE
entities['159'] = '&Yuml;'; // Latin Capital Letter Y With Diaeresis
entities['160'] = '&nbsp;'; // Non-breaking space
entities['161'] = '&iexcl;'; // Inverted exclamation mark
entities['162'] = '&cent;'; // Cent sign
entities['163'] = '&pound;'; // Pound sign
entities['164'] = '&curren;'; // Currency sign
entities['165'] = '&yen;'; // Yen sign
entities['166'] = '&brvbar;'; // Broken vertical bar
entities['167'] = '&sect;'; // Section sign
entities['168'] = '&uml;'; // Diaeresis
entities['169'] = '&copy;'; // Copyright sign
entities['170'] = '&ordf;'; // Feminine ordinal indicator
entities['171'] = '&laquo;'; // Left-pointing double angle quotation mark
entities['172'] = '&not;'; // Not sign
entities['173'] = '&shy;'; // Soft hyphen
entities['174'] = '&reg;'; // Registered sign
entities['175'] = '&macr;'; // Macron
entities['176'] = '&deg;'; // Degree sign
entities['177'] = '&plusmn;'; // Plus-minus sign
entities['178'] = '&sup2;'; // Superscript two
entities['179'] = '&sup3;'; // Superscript three
entities['180'] = '&acute;'; // Acute accent
entities['181'] = '&micro;'; // Micro sign
entities['182'] = '&para;'; // Pilcrow sign
entities['183'] = '&middot;'; // Middle dot
entities['184'] = '&cedil;'; // Cedilla
entities['185'] = '&sup1;'; // Superscript one
entities['186'] = '&ordm;'; // Masculine ordinal indicator
entities['187'] = '&raquo;'; // Right-pointing double angle quotation mark
entities['188'] = '&frac14;'; // Vulgar fraction one-quarter
entities['189'] = '&frac12;'; // Vulgar fraction one-half
entities['190'] = '&frac34;'; // Vulgar fraction three-quarters
entities['191'] = '&iquest;'; // Inverted question mark
entities['192'] = '&Agrave;'; // A with grave
entities['193'] = '&Aacute;'; // A with acute
entities['194'] = '&Acirc;'; // A with circumflex
entities['195'] = '&Atilde;'; // A with tilde
entities['196'] = '&Auml;'; // A with diaeresis
entities['197'] = '&Aring;'; // A with ring above
entities['198'] = '&AElig;'; // AE
entities['199'] = '&Ccedil;'; // C with cedilla
entities['200'] = '&Egrave;'; // E with grave
entities['201'] = '&Eacute;'; // E with acute
entities['202'] = '&Ecirc;'; // E with circumflex
entities['203'] = '&Euml;'; // E with diaeresis
entities['204'] = '&Igrave;'; // I with grave
entities['205'] = '&Iacute;'; // I with acute
entities['206'] = '&Icirc;'; // I with circumflex
entities['207'] = '&Iuml;'; // I with diaeresis
entities['208'] = '&ETH;'; // Eth
entities['209'] = '&Ntilde;'; // N with tilde
entities['210'] = '&Ograve;'; // O with grave
entities['211'] = '&Oacute;'; // O with acute
entities['212'] = '&Ocirc;'; // O with circumflex
entities['213'] = '&Otilde;'; // O with tilde
entities['214'] = '&Ouml;'; // O with diaeresis
entities['215'] = '&times;'; // Multiplication sign
entities['216'] = '&Oslash;'; // O with stroke
entities['217'] = '&Ugrave;'; // U with grave
entities['218'] = '&Uacute;'; // U with acute
entities['219'] = '&Ucirc;'; // U with circumflex
entities['220'] = '&Uuml;'; // U with diaeresis
entities['221'] = '&Yacute;'; // Y with acute
entities['222'] = '&THORN;'; // Thorn
entities['223'] = '&szlig;'; // Sharp s. Also known as ess-zed
entities['224'] = '&agrave;'; // a with grave
entities['225'] = '&aacute;'; // a with acute
entities['226'] = '&acirc;'; // a with circumflex
entities['227'] = '&atilde;'; // a with tilde
entities['228'] = '&auml;'; // a with diaeresis
entities['229'] = '&aring;'; // a with ring above
entities['230'] = '&aelig;'; // ae. Also known as ligature ae
entities['231'] = '&ccedil;'; // c with cedilla
entities['232'] = '&egrave;'; // e with grave
entities['233'] = '&eacute;'; // e with acute
entities['234'] = '&ecirc;'; // e with circumflex
entities['235'] = '&euml;'; // e with diaeresis
entities['236'] = '&igrave;'; // i with grave
entities['237'] = '&iacute;'; // i with acute
entities['238'] = '&icirc;'; // i with circumflex
entities['239'] = '&iuml;'; // i with diaeresis
entities['240'] = '&eth;'; // eth
entities['241'] = '&ntilde;'; // n with tilde
entities['242'] = '&ograve;'; // o with grave
entities['243'] = '&oacute;'; // o with acute
entities['244'] = '&ocirc;'; // o with circumflex
entities['245'] = '&otilde;'; // o with tilde
entities['246'] = '&ouml;'; // o with diaeresis
entities['247'] = '&divide;'; // Division sign
entities['248'] = '&oslash;'; // o with stroke. Also known as o with slash
entities['249'] = '&ugrave;'; // u with grave
entities['250'] = '&uacute;'; // u with acute
entities['251'] = '&ucirc;'; // u with circumflex
entities['252'] = '&uuml;'; // u with diaeresis
entities['253'] = '&yacute;'; // y with acute
entities['254'] = '&thorn;'; // thorn
entities['255'] = '&yuml;'; // y with diaeresis
entities['264'] = '&#264;'; // Latin capital letter C with circumflex
entities['265'] = '&#265;'; // Latin small letter c with circumflex
entities['338'] = '&OElig;'; // Latin capital ligature OE
entities['339'] = '&oelig;'; // Latin small ligature oe
entities['352'] = '&Scaron;'; // Latin capital letter S with caron
entities['353'] = '&scaron;'; // Latin small letter s with caron
entities['372'] = '&#372;'; // Latin capital letter W with circumflex
entities['373'] = '&#373;'; // Latin small letter w with circumflex
entities['374'] = '&#374;'; // Latin capital letter Y with circumflex
entities['375'] = '&#375;'; // Latin small letter y with circumflex
entities['376'] = '&Yuml;'; // Latin capital letter Y with diaeresis
entities['402'] = '&fnof;'; // Latin small f with hook, function, florin
entities['710'] = '&circ;'; // Modifier letter circumflex accent
entities['732'] = '&tilde;'; // Small tilde
entities['913'] = '&Alpha;'; // Alpha
entities['914'] = '&Beta;'; // Beta
entities['915'] = '&Gamma;'; // Gamma
entities['916'] = '&Delta;'; // Delta
entities['917'] = '&Epsilon;'; // Epsilon
entities['918'] = '&Zeta;'; // Zeta
entities['919'] = '&Eta;'; // Eta
entities['920'] = '&Theta;'; // Theta
entities['921'] = '&Iota;'; // Iota
entities['922'] = '&Kappa;'; // Kappa
entities['923'] = '&Lambda;'; // Lambda
entities['924'] = '&Mu;'; // Mu
entities['925'] = '&Nu;'; // Nu
entities['926'] = '&Xi;'; // Xi
entities['927'] = '&Omicron;'; // Omicron
entities['928'] = '&Pi;'; // Pi
entities['929'] = '&Rho;'; // Rho
entities['931'] = '&Sigma;'; // Sigma
entities['932'] = '&Tau;'; // Tau
entities['933'] = '&Upsilon;'; // Upsilon
entities['934'] = '&Phi;'; // Phi
entities['935'] = '&Chi;'; // Chi
entities['936'] = '&Psi;'; // Psi
entities['937'] = '&Omega;'; // Omega
entities['945'] = '&alpha;'; // alpha
entities['946'] = '&beta;'; // beta
entities['947'] = '&gamma;'; // gamma
entities['948'] = '&delta;'; // delta
entities['949'] = '&epsilon;'; // epsilon
entities['950'] = '&zeta;'; // zeta
entities['951'] = '&eta;'; // eta
entities['952'] = '&theta;'; // theta
entities['953'] = '&iota;'; // iota
entities['954'] = '&kappa;'; // kappa
entities['955'] = '&lambda;'; // lambda
entities['956'] = '&mu;'; // mu
entities['957'] = '&nu;'; // nu
entities['958'] = '&xi;'; // xi
entities['959'] = '&omicron;'; // omicron
entities['960'] = '&pi;'; // pi
entities['961'] = '&rho;'; // rho
entities['962'] = '&sigmaf;'; // sigmaf
entities['963'] = '&sigma;'; // sigma
entities['964'] = '&tau;'; // tau
entities['965'] = '&upsilon;'; // upsilon
entities['966'] = '&phi;'; // phi
entities['967'] = '&chi;'; // chi
entities['968'] = '&psi;'; // psi
entities['969'] = '&omega;'; // omega
entities['977'] = '&thetasym;'; // Theta symbol
entities['978'] = '&upsih;'; // Greek upsilon with hook symbol
entities['982'] = '&piv;'; // Pi symbol
entities['8194'] = '&ensp;'; // En space
entities['8195'] = '&emsp;'; // Em space
entities['8201'] = '&thinsp;'; // Thin space
entities['8204'] = '&zwnj;'; // Zero width non-joiner
entities['8205'] = '&zwj;'; // Zero width joiner
entities['8206'] = '&lrm;'; // Left-to-right mark
entities['8207'] = '&rlm;'; // Right-to-left mark
entities['8211'] = '&ndash;'; // En dash
entities['8212'] = '&mdash;'; // Em dash
entities['8216'] = '&lsquo;'; // Left single quotation mark
entities['8217'] = '&rsquo;'; // Right single quotation mark
entities['8218'] = '&sbquo;'; // Single low-9 quotation mark
entities['8220'] = '&ldquo;'; // Left double quotation mark
entities['8221'] = '&rdquo;'; // Right double quotation mark
entities['8222'] = '&bdquo;'; // Double low-9 quotation mark
entities['8224'] = '&dagger;'; // Dagger
entities['8225'] = '&Dagger;'; // Double dagger
entities['8226'] = '&bull;'; // Bullet
entities['8230'] = '&hellip;'; // Horizontal ellipsis
entities['8240'] = '&permil;'; // Per mille sign
entities['8242'] = '&prime;'; // Prime
entities['8243'] = '&Prime;'; // Double Prime
entities['8249'] = '&lsaquo;'; // Single left-pointing angle quotation
entities['8250'] = '&rsaquo;'; // Single right-pointing angle quotation
entities['8254'] = '&oline;'; // Overline
entities['8260'] = '&frasl;'; // Fraction Slash
entities['8364'] = '&euro;'; // Euro sign
entities['8472'] = '&weierp;'; // Script capital
entities['8465'] = '&image;'; // Blackletter capital I
entities['8476'] = '&real;'; // Blackletter capital R
entities['8482'] = '&trade;'; // Trade mark sign
entities['8501'] = '&alefsym;'; // Alef symbol
entities['8592'] = '&larr;'; // Leftward arrow
entities['8593'] = '&uarr;'; // Upward arrow
entities['8594'] = '&rarr;'; // Rightward arrow
entities['8595'] = '&darr;'; // Downward arrow
entities['8596'] = '&harr;'; // Left right arrow
entities['8629'] = '&crarr;'; // Downward arrow with corner leftward. Also known as carriage return
entities['8656'] = '&lArr;'; // Leftward double arrow. ISO 10646 does not say that lArr is the same as the 'is implied by' arrow but also does not have any other character for that function. So ? lArr can be used for 'is implied by' as ISOtech suggests
entities['8657'] = '&uArr;'; // Upward double arrow
entities['8658'] = '&rArr;'; // Rightward double arrow. ISO 10646 does not say this is the 'implies' character but does not have another character with this function so ? rArr can be used for 'implies' as ISOtech suggests
entities['8659'] = '&dArr;'; // Downward double arrow
entities['8660'] = '&hArr;'; // Left-right double arrow
// Mathematical Operators
entities['8704'] = '&forall;'; // For all
entities['8706'] = '&part;'; // Partial differential
entities['8707'] = '&exist;'; // There exists
entities['8709'] = '&empty;'; // Empty set. Also known as null set and diameter
entities['8711'] = '&nabla;'; // Nabla. Also known as backward difference
entities['8712'] = '&isin;'; // Element of
entities['8713'] = '&notin;'; // Not an element of
entities['8715'] = '&ni;'; // Contains as member
entities['8719'] = '&prod;'; // N-ary product. Also known as product sign. Prod is not the same character as U+03A0 'greek capital letter pi' though the same glyph might be used for both
entities['8721'] = '&sum;'; // N-ary summation. Sum is not the same character as U+03A3 'greek capital letter sigma' though the same glyph might be used for both
entities['8722'] = '&minus;'; // Minus sign
entities['8727'] = '&lowast;'; // Asterisk operator
entities['8729'] = '&#8729;'; // Bullet operator
entities['8730'] = '&radic;'; // Square root. Also known as radical sign
entities['8733'] = '&prop;'; // Proportional to
entities['8734'] = '&infin;'; // Infinity
entities['8736'] = '&ang;'; // Angle
entities['8743'] = '&and;'; // Logical and. Also known as wedge
entities['8744'] = '&or;'; // Logical or. Also known as vee
entities['8745'] = '&cap;'; // Intersection. Also known as cap
entities['8746'] = '&cup;'; // Union. Also known as cup
entities['8747'] = '&int;'; // Integral
entities['8756'] = '&there4;'; // Therefore
entities['8764'] = '&sim;'; // tilde operator. Also known as varies with and similar to. The tilde operator is not the same character as the tilde, U+007E, although the same glyph might be used to represent both
entities['8773'] = '&cong;'; // Approximately equal to
entities['8776'] = '&asymp;'; // Almost equal to. Also known as asymptotic to
entities['8800'] = '&ne;'; // Not equal to
entities['8801'] = '&equiv;'; // Identical to
entities['8804'] = '&le;'; // Less-than or equal to
entities['8805'] = '&ge;'; // Greater-than or equal to
entities['8834'] = '&sub;'; // Subset of
entities['8835'] = '&sup;'; // Superset of. Note that nsup, 'not a superset of, U+2283' is not covered by the Symbol font encoding and is not included.
entities['8836'] = '&nsub;'; // Not a subset of
entities['8838'] = '&sube;'; // Subset of or equal to
entities['8839'] = '&supe;'; // Superset of or equal to
entities['8853'] = '&oplus;'; // Circled plus. Also known as direct sum
entities['8855'] = '&otimes;'; // Circled times. Also known as vector product
entities['8869'] = '&perp;'; // Up tack. Also known as orthogonal to and perpendicular
entities['8901'] = '&sdot;'; // Dot operator. The dot operator is not the same character as U+00B7 middle dot
// Miscellaneous Technical
entities['8968'] = '&lceil;'; // Left ceiling. Also known as an APL upstile
entities['8969'] = '&rceil;'; // Right ceiling
entities['8970'] = '&lfloor;'; // left floor. Also known as APL downstile
entities['8971'] = '&rfloor;'; // Right floor
entities['9001'] = '&lang;'; // Left-pointing angle bracket. Also known as bra. Lang is not the same character as U+003C 'less than'or U+2039 'single left-pointing angle quotation mark'
entities['9002'] = '&rang;'; // Right-pointing angle bracket. Also known as ket. Rang is not the same character as U+003E 'greater than' or U+203A 'single right-pointing angle quotation mark'
// Geometric Shapes
entities['9642'] = '&#9642;'; // Black small square
entities['9643'] = '&#9643;'; // White small square
entities['9674'] = '&loz;'; // Lozenge
// Miscellaneous Symbols
entities['9702'] = '&#9702;'; // White bullet
entities['9824'] = '&spades;'; // Black (filled) spade suit
entities['9827'] = '&clubs;'; // Black (filled) club suit. Also known as shamrock
entities['9829'] = '&hearts;'; // Black (filled) heart suit. Also known as shamrock
entities['9830'] = '&diams;'; // Black (filled) diamond suit
}
if (useQuoteStyle !== 'ENT_NOQUOTES') {
entities['34'] = '&quot;';
}
if (useQuoteStyle === 'ENT_QUOTES') { entities['39'] = '&#39;';
}
entities['60'] = '&lt;';
entities['62'] = '&gt;';
// ascii decimals to real symbols
for (decimal in entities) {
if (entities.hasOwnProperty(decimal)) {
hash_map[String.fromCharCode(decimal)] = entities[decimal]; }
}
return hash_map;
}
function html_entity_decode (string, quote_style) {
// Convert all HTML entities to their applicable characters
//
// version: 1109.2015
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/html_entity_decode // + original by: john (http://www.jd-tech.net)
// + input by: ger
// + improved by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + revised by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + bugfixed by: Onno Marsman // + improved by: marc andreu
// + revised by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + input by: Ratheous
// + bugfixed by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// + input by: Nick Kolosov (http://sammy.ru) // + bugfixed by: Fox
// - depends on: get_html_translation_table
// * example 1: html_entity_decode('Kevin &amp; van Zonneveld');
// * returns 1: 'Kevin & van Zonneveld'
// * example 2: html_entity_decode('&amp;lt;'); // * returns 2: '&lt;'
var hash_map = {},
symbol = '',
tmp_str = '',
entity = ''; tmp_str = string.toString();
if (false === (hash_map = this.get_html_translation_table('HTML_ENTITIES', quote_style))) {
return false;
}
// fix &amp; problem
// http://phpjs.org/functions/get_html_translation_table:416#comment_97660
delete(hash_map['&']);
hash_map['&'] = '&amp;';
for (symbol in hash_map) {
entity = hash_map[symbol];
tmp_str = tmp_str.split(entity).join(symbol);
} tmp_str = tmp_str.split('&#039;').join("'");
return tmp_str;
}
function strpos (haystack, needle, offset) {
// Finds position of first occurrence of a string within another
//
// version: 1109.2015
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/strpos
// + original by: Kevin van Zonneveld (http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net)
// + improved by: Onno Marsman
// + bugfixed by: Daniel Esteban
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// * example 1: strpos('Kevin van Zonneveld', 'e', 5);
// * returns 1: 14
var i = (haystack + '').indexOf(needle, (offset || 0));
return i === -1 ? false : i;
}
function substr (str, start, len) {
// Returns part of a string
//
// version: 909.322
// discuss at: http://phpjs.org/functions/substr
// + original by: Martijn Wieringa
// + bugfixed by: T.Wild
// + tweaked by: Onno Marsman
// + revised by: Theriault
// + improved by: Brett Zamir (http://brett-zamir.me)
// % note 1: Handles rare Unicode characters if 'unicode.semantics' ini (PHP6) is set to 'on'
// * example 1: substr('abcdef', 0, -1);
// * returns 1: 'abcde'
// * example 2: substr(2, 0, -6);
// * returns 2: false
// * example 3: ini_set('unicode.semantics', 'on');
// * example 3: substr('a\uD801\uDC00', 0, -1);
// * returns 3: 'a'
// * example 4: ini_set('unicode.semantics', 'on');
// * example 4: substr('a\uD801\uDC00', 0, 2);
// * returns 4: 'a\uD801\uDC00'
// * example 5: ini_set('unicode.semantics', 'on');
// * example 5: substr('a\uD801\uDC00', -1, 1);
// * returns 5: '\uD801\uDC00'
// * example 6: ini_set('unicode.semantics', 'on');
// * example 6: substr('a\uD801\uDC00z\uD801\uDC00', -3, 2);
// * returns 6: '\uD801\uDC00z'
// * example 7: ini_set('unicode.semantics', 'on');
// * example 7: substr('a\uD801\uDC00z\uD801\uDC00', -3, -1)
// * returns 7: '\uD801\uDC00z'
// Add: (?) Use unicode.runtime_encoding (e.g., with string wrapped in "binary" or "Binary" class) to
// allow access of binary (see file_get_contents()) by: charCodeAt(x) & 0xFF (see https://developer.mozilla.org/En/Using_XMLHttpRequest ) or require conversion first?
var i = 0,
allBMP = true,
es = 0,
el = 0,
se = 0,
ret = '';
str += '';
var end = str.length;
// BEGIN REDUNDANT
this.php_js = this.php_js || {};
this.php_js.ini = this.php_js.ini || {};
// END REDUNDANT
switch ((this.php_js.ini['unicode.semantics'] && this.php_js.ini['unicode.semantics'].local_value.toLowerCase())) {
case 'on':
// Full-blown Unicode including non-Basic-Multilingual-Plane characters
// strlen()
for (i = 0; i < str.length; i++) {
if (/[\uD800-\uDBFF]/.test(str.charAt(i)) && /[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/.test(str.charAt(i + 1))) {
allBMP = false;
break;
}
}
if (!allBMP) {
if (start < 0) {
for (i = end - 1, es = (start += end); i >= es; i--) {
if (/[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/.test(str.charAt(i)) && /[\uD800-\uDBFF]/.test(str.charAt(i - 1))) {
start--;
es--;
}
}
} else {
var surrogatePairs = /[\uD800-\uDBFF][\uDC00-\uDFFF]/g;
while ((surrogatePairs.exec(str)) != null) {
var li = surrogatePairs.lastIndex;
if (li - 2 < start) {
start++;
} else {
break;
}
}
}
if (start >= end || start < 0) {
return false;
}
if (len < 0) {
for (i = end - 1, el = (end += len); i >= el; i--) {
if (/[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/.test(str.charAt(i)) && /[\uD800-\uDBFF]/.test(str.charAt(i - 1))) {
end--;
el--;
}
}
if (start > end) {
return false;
}
return str.slice(start, end);
} else {
se = start + len;
for (i = start; i < se; i++) {
ret += str.charAt(i);
if (/[\uD800-\uDBFF]/.test(str.charAt(i)) && /[\uDC00-\uDFFF]/.test(str.charAt(i + 1))) {
se++; // Go one further, since one of the "characters" is part of a surrogate pair
}
}
return ret;
}
break;
}
// Fall-through
case 'off':
// assumes there are no non-BMP characters;
// if there may be such characters, then it is best to turn it on (critical in true XHTML/XML)
default:
if (start < 0) {
start += end;
}
end = typeof len === 'undefined' ? end : (len < 0 ? len + end : len + start);
// PHP returns false if start does not fall within the string.
// PHP returns false if the calculated end comes before the calculated start.
// PHP returns an empty string if start and end are the same.
// Otherwise, PHP returns the portion of the string from start to end.
return start >= str.length || start < 0 || start > end ? !1 : str.slice(start, end);
}
return undefined; // Please Netbeans
}
function load(win, data, section) {
load_indicator_start(win);
db = Titanium.Database.open(config.DB_NAME);
db.execute("INSERT INTO FETCH_LOG (SECTION, UPDATED_AT) values (?, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)", section);
db.close();
var xhr = Titanium.Network.createHTTPClient();
xhr.onload = function() {
var data = [];
// get only json data
var raw = this.responseText;
var pos = strpos(raw, '{"status":"ok",', 0);
if (pos==0) {
var json = JSON.parse(this.responseText);
}
else {
var cleandata = substr(this.responseText,pos,this.responseText.length-pos);
var json = JSON.parse(cleandata);
}
set_blog_post_data(win, json, section);
};
xhr.open("GET", data);
xhr.send();
}
@dodyrw
Owner

Instruction:

1) repleace /lib/php.js file with a new one. This update add strpos() and substr() function.

2) edit /ui/wpapp.js, update the load() function as above.

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