Source code for openpyxl.worksheet.merge

# Copyright (c) 2010-2019 openpyxl

from openpyxl.descriptors.serialisable import Serialisable
from openpyxl.descriptors import (
    Integer,
    Sequence,
)

from openpyxl.cell.cell import MergedCell
from openpyxl.styles.borders import Border

from .cell_range import CellRange


[docs]class MergeCell(CellRange): tagname = "mergeCell" ref = CellRange.coord __attrs__ = ("ref",) def __init__(self, ref=None, ): super(MergeCell, self).__init__(ref) def __copy__(self): return self.__class__(self.ref)
[docs]class MergeCells(Serialisable): tagname = "mergeCells" count = Integer(allow_none=True) mergeCell = Sequence(expected_type=MergeCell, ) __elements__ = ('mergeCell',) __attrs__ = ('count',) def __init__(self, count=None, mergeCell=(), ): self.mergeCell = mergeCell @property def count(self): return len(self.mergeCell)
[docs]class MergedCellRange(CellRange): """ MergedCellRange stores the border information of a merged cell in the top left cell of the merged cell. The remaining cells in the merged cell are stored as MergedCell objects and get their border information from the upper left cell. """ def __init__(self, worksheet, coord): self.ws = worksheet super(MergedCellRange, self).__init__(range_string=coord) self.start_cell = None self._get_borders() def _get_borders(self): """ If the upper left cell of the merged cell does not yet exist, it is created. The upper left cell gets the border information of the bottom and right border from the bottom right cell of the merged cell, if available. """ # Top-left cell. self.start_cell = self.ws._cells.get((self.min_row, self.min_col)) if self.start_cell is None: self.start_cell = self.ws.cell(row=self.min_row, column=self.min_col) # Bottom-right cell end_cell = self.ws._cells.get((self.max_row, self.max_col)) if end_cell is not None: self.start_cell.border += Border(right=end_cell.border.right, bottom=end_cell.border.bottom)
[docs] def format(self): """ Each cell of the merged cell is created as MergedCell if it does not already exist. The MergedCells at the edge of the merged cell gets its borders from the upper left cell. - The top MergedCells get the top border from the top left cell. - The bottom MergedCells get the bottom border from the top left cell. - The left MergedCells get the left border from the top left cell. - The right MergedCells get the right border from the top left cell. """ names = ['top', 'left', 'right', 'bottom'] for name in names: side = getattr(self.start_cell.border, name) border = Border(**{name:side}) for coord in getattr(self, name): cell = self.ws._cells.get(coord) if cell is None: row, col = coord cell = MergedCell(self.ws, row=row, column=col) self.ws._cells[(cell.row, cell.column)] = cell cell.border += border