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/**
 * complete.ly 1.0.0
 * MIT Licensing
 * Copyright (c) 2013 Lorenzo Puccetti
 * 
 * This Software shall be used for doing good things, not bad things.
 * 
**/  
function completely(container, config) {
    config = config || {};
    config.fontSize =                       config.fontSize   || '16px';
    config.fontFamily =                     config.fontFamily || 'sans-serif';
    config.promptInnerHTML =                config.promptInnerHTML || ''; 
    config.color =                          config.color || '#333';
    config.hintColor =                      config.hintColor || '#aaa';
    config.backgroundColor =                config.backgroundColor || '#fff';
    config.dropDownBorderColor =            config.dropDownBorderColor || '#aaa';
    config.dropDownZIndex =                 config.dropDownZIndex || '100'; // to ensure we are in front of everybody
    config.dropDownOnHoverBackgroundColor = config.dropDownOnHoverBackgroundColor || '#ddd';
    
    var txtInput = document.createElement('input');
    txtInput.type ='text';
    txtInput.spellcheck = false; 
    txtInput.style.fontSize =        config.fontSize;
    txtInput.style.fontFamily =      config.fontFamily;
    txtInput.style.color =           config.color;
    txtInput.style.backgroundColor = config.backgroundColor;
    txtInput.style.width = '100%';
    txtInput.style.outline = '0';
    txtInput.style.border =  '0';
    txtInput.style.margin =  '0';
    txtInput.style.padding = '0';
    
    var txtHint = txtInput.cloneNode(); 
    txtHint.disabled='';        
    txtHint.style.position = 'absolute';
    txtHint.style.top =  '0';
    txtHint.style.left = '0';
    txtHint.style.borderColor = 'transparent';
    txtHint.style.boxShadow =   'none';
    txtHint.style.color = config.hintColor;
    
    txtInput.style.backgroundColor ='transparent';
    txtInput.style.verticalAlign = 'top';
    txtInput.style.position = 'relative';
    
    var wrapper = document.createElement('div');
    wrapper.style.position = 'relative';
    wrapper.style.outline = '0';
    wrapper.style.border =  '0';
    wrapper.style.margin =  '0';
    wrapper.style.padding = '0';
    
    var prompt = document.createElement('div');
    prompt.style.position = 'absolute';
    prompt.style.outline = '0';
    prompt.style.margin =  '0';
    prompt.style.padding = '0';
    prompt.style.border =  '0';
    prompt.style.fontSize =   config.fontSize;
    prompt.style.fontFamily = config.fontFamily;
    prompt.style.color =           config.color;
    prompt.style.backgroundColor = config.backgroundColor;
    prompt.style.top = '0';
    prompt.style.left = '0';
    prompt.style.overflow = 'hidden';
    prompt.innerHTML = config.promptInnerHTML;
    prompt.style.background = 'transparent';
    if (document.body === undefined) {
        throw 'document.body is undefined. The library was wired up incorrectly.';
    }
    document.body.appendChild(prompt);            
    var w = prompt.getBoundingClientRect().right; // works out the width of the prompt.
    wrapper.appendChild(prompt);
    prompt.style.visibility = 'visible';
    prompt.style.left = '-'+w+'px';
    wrapper.style.marginLeft= w+'px';
    
    wrapper.appendChild(txtHint);
    wrapper.appendChild(txtInput);
    
    var dropDown = document.createElement('div');
    dropDown.style.position = 'absolute';
    dropDown.style.visibility = 'hidden';
    dropDown.style.outline = '0';
    dropDown.style.margin =  '0';
    dropDown.style.padding = '0';  
    dropDown.style.textAlign = 'left';
    dropDown.style.fontSize =   config.fontSize;      
    dropDown.style.fontFamily = config.fontFamily;
    dropDown.style.backgroundColor = config.backgroundColor;
    dropDown.style.zIndex = config.dropDownZIndex; 
    dropDown.style.cursor = 'default';
    dropDown.style.borderStyle = 'solid';
    dropDown.style.borderWidth = '1px';
    dropDown.style.borderColor = config.dropDownBorderColor;
    dropDown.style.overflowX= 'hidden';
    dropDown.style.whiteSpace = 'pre';
    dropDown.style.overflowY = 'scroll';  // note: this might be ugly when the scrollbar is not required. however in this way the width of the dropDown takes into account
    
    
    var createDropDownController = function(elem) {
        var rows = [];
        var ix = 0;
        var oldIndex = -1;
        
        var onMouseOver =  function() { this.style.outline = '1px solid #ddd'; }
        var onMouseOut =   function() { this.style.outline = '0'; }
        var onMouseDown =  function() { p.hide(); p.onmouseselection(this.__hint); }
        
        var p = {
            hide :  function() { elem.style.visibility = 'hidden'; }, 
            refresh : function(token, array) {
                elem.style.visibility = 'hidden';
                ix = 0;
                elem.innerHTML ='';
                var vph = (window.innerHeight || document.documentElement.clientHeight);
                var rect = elem.parentNode.getBoundingClientRect();
                var distanceToTop = rect.top - 6;                        // heuristic give 6px 
                var distanceToBottom = vph - rect.bottom -6;  // distance from the browser border.
                
                rows = [];
                for (var i=0;i<array.length;i++) {
                    if (array[i].indexOf(token)!==0) { continue; }
                    var divRow =document.createElement('div');
                    divRow.style.color = config.color;
                    divRow.onmouseover = onMouseOver; 
                    divRow.onmouseout =  onMouseOut;
                    divRow.onmousedown = onMouseDown; 
                    divRow.__hint =    array[i];
                    divRow.innerHTML = token+'<b>'+array[i].substring(token.length)+'</b>';
                    rows.push(divRow);
                    elem.appendChild(divRow);
                }
                if (rows.length===0) {
                    return; // nothing to show.
                }
                if (rows.length===1 && token === rows[0].__hint) {
                    return; // do not show the dropDown if it has only one element which matches what we have just displayed.
                }
                
                if (rows.length<2) return; 
                p.highlight(0);
                
                if (distanceToTop > distanceToBottom*3) {        // Heuristic (only when the distance to the to top is 4 times more than distance to the bottom
                    elem.style.maxHeight =  distanceToTop+'px';  // we display the dropDown on the top of the input text
                    elem.style.top ='';
                    elem.style.bottom ='100%';
                } else {
                    elem.style.top = '100%';  
                    elem.style.bottom = '';
                    elem.style.maxHeight =  distanceToBottom+'px';
                }
                elem.style.visibility = 'visible';
            },
            highlight : function(index) {
                if (oldIndex !=-1 && rows[oldIndex]) { 
                    rows[oldIndex].style.backgroundColor = config.backgroundColor;
                }
                rows[index].style.backgroundColor = config.dropDownOnHoverBackgroundColor; // <-- should be config
                oldIndex = index;
            },
            move : function(step) { // moves the selection either up or down (unless it's not possible) step is either +1 or -1.
                if (elem.style.visibility === 'hidden')             return ''; // nothing to move if there is no dropDown. (this happens if the user hits escape and then down or up)
                if (ix+step === -1 || ix+step === rows.length) return rows[ix].__hint; // NO CIRCULAR SCROLLING. 
                ix+=step; 
                p.highlight(ix);
                return rows[ix].__hint;//txtShadow.value = uRows[uIndex].__hint ;
            },
            onmouseselection : function() {} // it will be overwritten. 
        };
        return p;
    }
    
    var dropDownController = createDropDownController(dropDown);
    
    dropDownController.onmouseselection = function(text) {
        txtInput.value = txtHint.value = leftSide+text; 
        rs.onChange(txtInput.value); // <-- forcing it.
        registerOnTextChangeOldValue = txtInput.value; // <-- ensure that mouse down will not show the dropDown now.
        setTimeout(function() { txtInput.focus(); },0);  // <-- I need to do this for IE 
    }
    
    wrapper.appendChild(dropDown);
    container.appendChild(wrapper);
    
    var spacer; 
    var leftSide; // <-- it will contain the leftSide part of the textfield (the bit that was already autocompleted)
    
    
    function calculateWidthForText(text) {
        if (spacer === undefined) { // on first call only.
            spacer = document.createElement('span'); 
            spacer.style.visibility = 'hidden';
            spacer.style.position = 'fixed';
            spacer.style.outline = '0';
            spacer.style.margin =  '0';
            spacer.style.padding = '0';
            spacer.style.border =  '0';
            spacer.style.left = '0';
            spacer.style.whiteSpace = 'pre';
            spacer.style.fontSize =   config.fontSize;
            spacer.style.fontFamily = config.fontFamily;
            spacer.style.fontWeight = 'normal';
            document.body.appendChild(spacer);    
        }        
        
        // Used to encode an HTML string into a plain text.
        // taken from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1219860/javascript-jquery-html-encoding
        spacer.innerHTML = String(text).replace(/&/g, '&amp;')
                                       .replace(/"/g, '&quot;')
                                       .replace(/'/g, '&#39;')
                                       .replace(/</g, '&lt;')
                                       .replace(/>/g, '&gt;');
        return spacer.getBoundingClientRect().right;
    }
    
    
    var rs = { 
        onArrowDown : function() {},               // defaults to no action.
        onArrowUp :   function() {},               // defaults to no action.
        onEnter :     function() {},               // defaults to no action.
        onTab :       function() {},               // defaults to no action.
        onChange:     function() { rs.repaint() }, // defaults to repainting.
        startFrom:    0,
        options:      [],
        wrapper : wrapper,      // Only to allow  easy access to the HTML elements to the final user (possibly for minor customizations)
        input :  txtInput,      // Only to allow  easy access to the HTML elements to the final user (possibly for minor customizations) 
        hint  :  txtHint,       // Only to allow  easy access to the HTML elements to the final user (possibly for minor customizations)
        dropDown :  dropDown,         // Only to allow  easy access to the HTML elements to the final user (possibly for minor customizations)
        prompt : prompt,
        setText : function(text) {
            txtHint.value = text;
            txtInput.value = text; 
        },
        getText : function() {
        	return txtInput.value; 
        },
        hideDropDown : function() {
        	dropDownController.hide();
        },
        repaint : function() {
            var text = txtInput.value;
            var startFrom =  rs.startFrom; 
            var options =    rs.options;
            var optionsLength = options.length; 
            
            // breaking text in leftSide and token.
            var token = text.substring(startFrom);
            leftSide =  text.substring(0,startFrom);
            
            // updating the hint. 
            txtHint.value ='';
            for (var i=0;i<optionsLength;i++) {
                var opt = options[i];
                if (opt.indexOf(token)===0) {         // <-- how about upperCase vs. lowercase
                    txtHint.value = leftSide +opt;
                    break;
                }
            }
            
            // moving the dropDown and refreshing it.
            dropDown.style.left = calculateWidthForText(leftSide)+'px';
            dropDownController.refresh(token, rs.options);
        }
    };
    
    var registerOnTextChangeOldValue;

    /**
     * Register a callback function to detect changes to the content of the input-type-text.
     * Those changes are typically followed by user's action: a key-stroke event but sometimes it might be a mouse click.
    **/
    var registerOnTextChange = function(txt, callback) {
        registerOnTextChangeOldValue = txt.value;
        var handler = function() {
            var value = txt.value;
            if (registerOnTextChangeOldValue !== value) {
                registerOnTextChangeOldValue = value;
                callback(value);
            }
        };

        //  
        // For user's actions, we listen to both input events and key up events
        // It appears that input events are not enough so we defensively listen to key up events too.
        // source: http://help.dottoro.com/ljhxklln.php
        //
        // The cost of listening to three sources should be negligible as the handler will invoke callback function
        // only if the text.value was effectively changed. 
        //  
        // 
        if (txt.addEventListener) {
            txt.addEventListener("input",  handler, false);
            txt.addEventListener('keyup',  handler, false);
            txt.addEventListener('change', handler, false);
        } else { // is this a fair assumption: that attachEvent will exist ?
            txt.attachEvent('oninput', handler); // IE<9
            txt.attachEvent('onkeyup', handler); // IE<9
            txt.attachEvent('onchange',handler); // IE<9
        }
    };
    
    
    registerOnTextChange(txtInput,function(text) { // note the function needs to be wrapped as API-users will define their onChange
        rs.onChange(text);
    });
    
    
    var keyDownHandler = function(e) {
        e = e || window.event;
        var keyCode = e.keyCode;
        
        if (keyCode == 33) { return; } // page up (do nothing)
        if (keyCode == 34) { return; } // page down (do nothing);
        
        if (keyCode == 27) { //escape
            dropDownController.hide();
            txtHint.value = txtInput.value; // ensure that no hint is left.
            txtInput.focus(); 
            return; 
        }
        
        if (keyCode == 39 || keyCode == 35 || keyCode == 9) { // right,  end, tab  (autocomplete triggered)
        	if (keyCode == 9) { // for tabs we need to ensure that we override the default behaviour: move to the next focusable HTML-element 
           	    e.preventDefault();
                e.stopPropagation();
                if (txtHint.value.length == 0) {
                	rs.onTab(); // tab was called with no action.
                	            // users might want to re-enable its default behaviour or handle the call somehow.
                }
            }
            if (txtHint.value.length > 0) { // if there is a hint
                dropDownController.hide();
                txtInput.value = txtHint.value;
                var hasTextChanged = registerOnTextChangeOldValue != txtInput.value
                registerOnTextChangeOldValue = txtInput.value; // <-- to avoid dropDown to appear again. 
                                                          // for example imagine the array contains the following words: bee, beef, beetroot
                                                          // user has hit enter to get 'bee' it would be prompted with the dropDown again (as beef and beetroot also match)
                if (hasTextChanged) {
                    rs.onChange(txtInput.value); // <-- forcing it.
                }
            }
            return; 
        }
        
        if (keyCode == 13) {       // enter  (autocomplete triggered)
            if (txtHint.value.length == 0) { // if there is a hint
                rs.onEnter();
            } else {
                var wasDropDownHidden = (dropDown.style.visibility == 'hidden');
                dropDownController.hide();
                
                if (wasDropDownHidden) {
                    txtHint.value = txtInput.value; // ensure that no hint is left.
                    txtInput.focus();
                    rs.onEnter();    
                    return; 
                }
                
                txtInput.value = txtHint.value;
                var hasTextChanged = registerOnTextChangeOldValue != txtInput.value
                registerOnTextChangeOldValue = txtInput.value; // <-- to avoid dropDown to appear again. 
                                                          // for example imagine the array contains the following words: bee, beef, beetroot
                                                          // user has hit enter to get 'bee' it would be prompted with the dropDown again (as beef and beetroot also match)
                if (hasTextChanged) {
                    rs.onChange(txtInput.value); // <-- forcing it.
                }
                
            }
            return; 
        }
        
        if (keyCode == 40) {     // down
            var m = dropDownController.move(+1);
            if (m == '') { rs.onArrowDown(); }
            txtHint.value = leftSide+m;
            return; 
        } 
            
        if (keyCode == 38 ) {    // up
            var m = dropDownController.move(-1);
            if (m == '') { rs.onArrowUp(); }
            txtHint.value = leftSide+m;
            e.preventDefault();
            e.stopPropagation();
            return; 
        }
            
        // it's important to reset the txtHint on key down.
        // think: user presses a letter (e.g. 'x') and never releases... you get (xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
        // and you would see still the hint
        txtHint.value =''; // resets the txtHint. (it might be updated onKeyUp)
        
    };
    
    if (txtInput.addEventListener) {
        txtInput.addEventListener("keydown",  keyDownHandler, false);
    } else { // is this a fair assumption: that attachEvent will exist ?
        txtInput.attachEvent('onkeydown', keyDownHandler); // IE<9
    }
    return rs;
}