Re: [basex-talk] Autocomplete with RESTXQ

2020-06-26 Thread Michael Seiferle
Hi Gerrit, 

I came up with the following example — 
https://git.basex.io/basex-public/mailinglist-autocomplete

Hope this helps — feel free to ask for more. I simply chose the first 
autocomplete library that showed up when asking google for  "autocomplete 
lightweight“ ;-)

Probably the most relevant changes compared to the default BaseX Config files 
are here:

Changed the Servlet mapping, so RESTXQ is output at `/api` (and not /)
> https://git.basex.io/basex-public/mailinglist-autocomplete/-/blob/main/webapp/WEB-INF/web.xml#L83

And static-files are output at: `/` instead of the default `/static`
> https://git.basex.io/basex-public/mailinglist-autocomplete/-/blob/main/webapp/WEB-INF/web.xml#L140


If you simply clone my repo, the relevant parts should be „correct“ — according 
to my personal taste ;-)

Feel free to ask for more help.

Michael

> Am 25.06.2020 um 18:31 schrieb Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex 
> :
> 
> Hi List,
> 
> Can anyone recommend a lightweight vanilla Javascript autocomplete library 
> that can easily be used together with BaseX RESTXQ? Maybe even a readily 
> cloneable/modifiable example?
> I don’t have a preference for a server response format. The RESTXQ service 
> may be configured to return XML, JSON, or HTML
> No CORS restrictions need to be considered, the query host is the same that 
> delivers the HTML pages.
> 
> Gerrit



Re: [basex-talk] FW: inline issue

2020-06-26 Thread Christian Grün
Hi Rob,

Glad to you hear you are fine.

If you want to ensure that arguments of user-defined functions are not
evaluated before the function is evaluated, you should work with
function items:

let $check := function(
  $pred   as item(),
  $true   as function() as item()*,
  $false  as function() as item()*
) {
  if ($pred) then $true() else $false()
}
return $check(true(), true#0, function() { error((), 'false') })

In the specific case you brought up, you can instead call the built-in
function util:if:

  util:if(true(), 'true', error((), 'false'))

The third argument will only be considered if the supplied condition fails.

Hope this helps,
Christian


> It has been a while. I hope all is well over there.
> Yep, still using BaseX and still loving it. It is a great product.
>
> However lately I encounter an issue with the %basex:inline annotation ☹ and 
> it is bugging me.
>
> Consider both snippets [snip1], [snip2]. Both should give the same result. 
> However they don’t and worse a can’t make the second snippet [ snip2] work 
> conform the first snippet{snip1].
>
> [snip1]:
> ==
> if ( true() )
> then "true"
> else error((),"false")
>
> [snip2]:
> ==
> %basex:inline(0)
> %basex:lazy
> function( $pred
> , $true
> , $false
> )
> {
>   if ( $pred)
>   then $true
>   else $false
> } ( true()
>   , "true"
>   , error((),"false")
>   )
>
> Can you please have a look at this?
> TIA.
> Greatings,
> Rob Stapper
> PS. As I remember this used to work fine.
> I remember we had a discussion concerning inlining and laziness on 2015-06-17.


[basex-talk] FW: inline issue

2020-06-26 Thread RobStapper


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From: RobStapper
Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2020 1:33 PM
To: basex-talk@mailman.uni-konstanz.de
Subject: inline issue 

Hi Cristian,

It has been a while. I hope all is well over there.
Yep, still using BaseX and still loving it. It is a great product.

However  lately I encounter an issue with the %basex:inline annotation ☹ and 
it is bugging me.

Consider both snippets [snip1], [snip2]. Both should give the same result. 
However they don’t and worse a can’t make the second snippet [ snip2] work 
conform the first snippet{snip1]. 

[snip1]:
==
if ( true() )
then "true"
else error((),"false")

[snip2]:
==
%basex:inline(0)
%basex:lazy
function( $pred
    , $true
    , $false
    )
    {
  if ( $pred)
  then $true
  else $false
    } ( true()
  , "true"
  , error((),"false")
  )

Can you please have a look at this? 
TIA.

Greatings,
Rob Stapper

PS. As I remember this used to work fine.
I remember we had a discussion concerning inlining and laziness on 2015-06-17.

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