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# Contributing to excelize

Want to hack on excelize? Awesome! This page contains information about reporting issues as well as some tips and
@@ -376,89 +375,89 @@ reading through [Effective Go](https://golang.org/doc/effective_go.html). The
kool-aid is a lot easier than going thirsty.

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# Contributing to excelize

Want to hack on excelize? Awesome! This page contains information about reporting issues as well as some tips and
guidelines useful to experienced open source contributors. Finally, make sure
you read our [community guidelines](#community-guidelines) before you
start participating.

## Topics

* [Reporting Security Issues](#reporting-security-issues)
* [Design and Cleanup Proposals](#design-and-cleanup-proposals)
* [Reporting Issues](#reporting-other-issues)
* [Quick Contribution Tips and Guidelines](#quick-contribution-tips-and-guidelines)
* [Community Guidelines](#community-guidelines)

## Reporting security issues

The excelize maintainers take security seriously. If you discover a security
issue, please bring it to their attention right away!

Please **DO NOT** file a public issue, instead send your report privately to
[xuri.me](https://xuri.me).

Security reports are greatly appreciated and we will publicly thank you for it.
We currently do not offer a paid security bounty program, but are not
ruling it out in the future.

## Reporting other issues

A great way to contribute to the project is to send a detailed report when you
encounter an issue. We always appreciate a well-written, thorough bug report,
and will thank you for it!

Check that [our issue database](https://github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize/issues)
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When sending lengthy log-files, consider posting them as a gist [https://gist.github.com](https://gist.github.com).
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## Quick contribution tips and guidelines

This section gives the experienced contributor some tips and guidelines.

### Pull requests are always welcome

Not sure if that typo is worth a pull request? Found a bug and know how to fix
it? Do it! We will appreciate it. Any significant improvement should be
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anybody starts working on it.

We are always thrilled to receive pull requests. We do our best to process them
quickly. If your pull request is not accepted on the first try,
don't get discouraged!

### Design and cleanup proposals

You can propose new designs for existing excelize features. You can also design
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We try hard to keep excelize lean and focused. Excelize can't do everything for
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Then you just add a line to every git commit message:

Signed-off-by: Ri Xu https://xuri.me

Use your real name (sorry, no pseudonyms or anonymous contributions.)

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If you want to become a meintainer, contact [xuri.me](https://xuri.me) and given a introduction of you.

## Community guidelines

We want to keep the community awesome, growing and collaborative. We need
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* Be nice: Be courteous, respectful and polite to fellow community members:
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1. First occurrence: We'll give you a friendly, but public reminder that the
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* Violations are forgiven after 6 months of good behavior, and we won't hold a
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* People who commit minor infractions will get some education, rather than
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* Contact [xuri.me](https://xuri.me) to report abuse or appeal violations. In the case of
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## Coding Style

Unless explicitly stated, we follow all coding guidelines from the Go
community. While some of these standards may seem arbitrary, they somehow seem
to result in a solid, consistent codebase.

It is possible that the code base does not currently comply with these
guidelines. We are not looking for a massive PR that fixes this, since that
goes against the spirit of the guidelines. All new contributions should make a
best effort to clean up and make the code base better than they left it.
Obviously, apply your best judgement. Remember, the goal here is to make the
code base easier for humans to navigate and understand. Always keep that in
mind when nudging others to comply.

The rules:

1. All code should be formatted with `gofmt -s`.
2. All code should pass the default levels of
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3. All code should follow the guidelines covered in [Effective
Go](http://golang.org/doc/effective_go.html) and [Go Code Review
Comments](https://github.com/golang/go/wiki/CodeReviewComments).
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`noCommaALongVariableNameLikeThisIsNotMoreClearWhenASimpleCommentWouldDo`.
In practice, short methods will have short variable names and globals will
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and re-examine why you need a compound name. If you still think you need a
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8. No utils or helpers packages. If a function is not general enough to
warrant its own package, it has not been written generally enough to be a
part of a util package. Just leave it unexported and well-documented.
9. All tests should run with `go test` and outside tooling should not be
required. No, we don't need another unit testing framework. Assertion
packages are acceptable if they provide _real_ incremental value.
10. Even though we call these "rules" above, they are actually just
guidelines. Since you've read all the rules, you now know that.

If you are having trouble getting into the mood of idiomatic Go, we recommend
reading through [Effective Go](https://golang.org/doc/effective_go.html). The
[Go Blog](https://blog.golang.org) is also a great resource. Drinking the
kool-aid is a lot easier than going thirsty.

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// UpdateLinkedValue fix linked values within a spreadsheet are not updating in
// Office Excel 2007 and 2010. This function will be remove value tag when met a
// cell have a linked value. Reference
// https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/e16bae1f-6a2c-4325-8013-e989a3479066/excel-2010-linked-cells-not-updating?forum=excel
// https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/e16bae1f-6a2c-4325-8013-e989a3479066/excel-2010-linked-cells-not-updating
//
// Notice: after open XLSX file Excel will be update linked value and generate
// new value and will prompt save file or not.


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@@ -790,3 +790,73 @@ func trimSheetName(name string) string {
}
return name
}

// PageLayoutOption is an option of a page layout of a worksheet. See
// SetPageLayout().
type PageLayoutOption interface {
setPageLayout(layout *xlsxPageSetUp)
}

// PageLayoutOptionPtr is a writable PageLayoutOption. See GetPageLayout().
type PageLayoutOptionPtr interface {
PageLayoutOption
getPageLayout(layout *xlsxPageSetUp)
}

// PageLayoutOrientation defines the orientation of page layout for a
// worksheet.
type PageLayoutOrientation string

const (
// OrientationPortrait indicates page layout orientation id portrait.
OrientationPortrait = "portrait"
// OrientationLandscape indicates page layout orientation id landscape.
OrientationLandscape = "landscape"
)

// setPageLayout provides a method to set the orientation for the worksheet.
func (o PageLayoutOrientation) setPageLayout(ps *xlsxPageSetUp) {
ps.Orientation = string(o)
}

// getPageLayout provides a method to get the orientation for the worksheet.
func (o *PageLayoutOrientation) getPageLayout(ps *xlsxPageSetUp) {
// Excel default: portrait
if ps == nil || ps.Orientation == "" {
*o = OrientationPortrait
return
}
*o = PageLayoutOrientation(ps.Orientation)
}

// SetPageLayout provides a function to sets worksheet page layout.
//
// Available options:
// PageLayoutOrientation(string)
func (f *File) SetPageLayout(sheet string, opts ...PageLayoutOption) error {
s := f.workSheetReader(sheet)
ps := s.PageSetUp
if ps == nil {
ps = new(xlsxPageSetUp)
s.PageSetUp = ps
}

for _, opt := range opts {
opt.setPageLayout(ps)
}
return nil
}

// GetPageLayout provides a function to gets worksheet page layout.
//
// Available options:
// PageLayoutOrientation(string)
func (f *File) GetPageLayout(sheet string, opts ...PageLayoutOptionPtr) error {
s := f.workSheetReader(sheet)
ps := s.PageSetUp

for _, opt := range opts {
opt.getPageLayout(ps)
}
return nil
}

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package excelize_test

import (
"fmt"
"testing"

"github.com/360EntSecGroup-Skylar/excelize"
"github.com/mohae/deepcopy"
"github.com/stretchr/testify/assert"
)

func ExampleFile_SetPageLayout() {
xl := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"

if err := xl.SetPageLayout(
"Sheet1",
excelize.PageLayoutOrientation(excelize.OrientationLandscape),
); err != nil {
panic(err)
}
// Output:
}

func ExampleFile_GetPageLayout() {
xl := excelize.NewFile()
const sheet = "Sheet1"
var (
orientation excelize.PageLayoutOrientation
)
if err := xl.GetPageLayout("Sheet1", &orientation); err != nil {
panic(err)
}
fmt.Println("Defaults:")
fmt.Printf("- orientation: %q\n", orientation)
// Output:
// Defaults:
// - orientation: "portrait"
}

func TestPageLayoutOption(t *testing.T) {
const sheet = "Sheet1"

testData := []struct {
container excelize.PageLayoutOptionPtr
nonDefault excelize.PageLayoutOption
}{
{new(excelize.PageLayoutOrientation), excelize.PageLayoutOrientation(excelize.OrientationLandscape)},
}

for i, test := range testData {
t.Run(fmt.Sprintf("TestData%d", i), func(t *testing.T) {

opt := test.nonDefault
t.Logf("option %T", opt)

def := deepcopy.Copy(test.container).(excelize.PageLayoutOptionPtr)
val1 := deepcopy.Copy(def).(excelize.PageLayoutOptionPtr)
val2 := deepcopy.Copy(def).(excelize.PageLayoutOptionPtr)

xl := excelize.NewFile()
// Get the default value
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, def), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Get again and check
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, val1), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.Equal(t, val1, def, opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Set the same value
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.SetPageLayout(sheet, val1), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Get again and check
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, val1), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.Equal(t, val1, def, "%T: value should not have changed", opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Set a different value
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.SetPageLayout(sheet, test.nonDefault), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, val1), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Get again and compare
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, val2), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.Equal(t, val1, val2, "%T: value should not have changed", opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Value should not be the same as the default
if !assert.NotEqual(t, def, val1, "%T: value should have changed from default", opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
// Restore the default value
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.SetPageLayout(sheet, def), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.NoError(t, xl.GetPageLayout(sheet, val1), opt) {
t.FailNow()
}
if !assert.Equal(t, def, val1) {
t.FailNow()
}
})
}
}

+ 19
- 0
sheetpr.go View File

@@ -35,6 +35,7 @@ type (
OutlineSummaryBelow bool
)

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface.
func (o OutlineSummaryBelow) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr.OutlinePr == nil {
pr.OutlinePr = new(xlsxOutlinePr)
@@ -42,6 +43,7 @@ func (o OutlineSummaryBelow) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.OutlinePr.SummaryBelow = bool(o)
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface.
func (o *OutlineSummaryBelow) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
// Excel default: true
if pr == nil || pr.OutlinePr == nil {
@@ -51,10 +53,14 @@ func (o *OutlineSummaryBelow) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
*o = OutlineSummaryBelow(defaultTrue(&pr.OutlinePr.SummaryBelow))
}

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface and specifies a
// stable name of the sheet.
func (o CodeName) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.CodeName = string(o)
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface and get the
// stable name of the sheet.
func (o *CodeName) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr == nil {
*o = ""
@@ -63,10 +69,15 @@ func (o *CodeName) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
*o = CodeName(pr.CodeName)
}

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface and flag indicating
// whether the conditional formatting calculations shall be evaluated.
func (o EnableFormatConditionsCalculation) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.EnableFormatConditionsCalculation = boolPtr(bool(o))
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface and get the
// settings of whether the conditional formatting calculations shall be
// evaluated.
func (o *EnableFormatConditionsCalculation) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr == nil {
*o = true
@@ -75,10 +86,14 @@ func (o *EnableFormatConditionsCalculation) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
*o = EnableFormatConditionsCalculation(defaultTrue(pr.EnableFormatConditionsCalculation))
}

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface and flag indicating
// whether the worksheet is published.
func (o Published) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.Published = boolPtr(bool(o))
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface and get the
// settings of whether the worksheet is published.
func (o *Published) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr == nil {
*o = true
@@ -87,6 +102,7 @@ func (o *Published) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
*o = Published(defaultTrue(pr.Published))
}

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface.
func (o FitToPage) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr.PageSetUpPr == nil {
if !o {
@@ -97,6 +113,7 @@ func (o FitToPage) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.PageSetUpPr.FitToPage = bool(o)
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface.
func (o *FitToPage) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
// Excel default: false
if pr == nil || pr.PageSetUpPr == nil {
@@ -106,6 +123,7 @@ func (o *FitToPage) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
*o = FitToPage(pr.PageSetUpPr.FitToPage)
}

// setSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOption interface.
func (o AutoPageBreaks) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
if pr.PageSetUpPr == nil {
if !o {
@@ -116,6 +134,7 @@ func (o AutoPageBreaks) setSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
pr.PageSetUpPr.AutoPageBreaks = bool(o)
}

// getSheetPrOption implements the SheetPrOptionPtr interface.
func (o *AutoPageBreaks) getSheetPrOption(pr *xlsxSheetPr) {
// Excel default: false
if pr == nil || pr.PageSetUpPr == nil {


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