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/*! Responsive 2.1.0
 * 2014-2016 SpryMedia Ltd - datatables.net/license
 */

/**
 * @summary     Responsive
 * @description Responsive tables plug-in for DataTables
 * @version     2.1.0
 * @file        dataTables.responsive.js
 * @author      SpryMedia Ltd (www.sprymedia.co.uk)
 * @contact     www.sprymedia.co.uk/contact
 * @copyright   Copyright 2014-2016 SpryMedia Ltd.
 *
 * This source file is free software, available under the following license:
 *   MIT license - http://datatables.net/license/mit
 *
 * This source file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
 * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
 * or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the license files for details.
 *
 * For details please refer to: http://www.datatables.net
 */
(function( factory ){
	if ( typeof define === 'function' && define.amd ) {
		// AMD
		define( ['jquery', 'datatables.net'], function ( $ ) {
			return factory( $, window, document );
		} );
	}
	else if ( typeof exports === 'object' ) {
		// CommonJS
		module.exports = function (root, $) {
			if ( ! root ) {
				root = window;
			}

			if ( ! $ || ! $.fn.dataTable ) {
				$ = require('datatables.net')(root, $).$;
			}

			return factory( $, root, root.document );
		};
	}
	else {
		// Browser
		factory( jQuery, window, document );
	}
}(function( $, window, document, undefined ) {
'use strict';
var DataTable = $.fn.dataTable;


/**
 * Responsive is a plug-in for the DataTables library that makes use of
 * DataTables' ability to change the visibility of columns, changing the
 * visibility of columns so the displayed columns fit into the table container.
 * The end result is that complex tables will be dynamically adjusted to fit
 * into the viewport, be it on a desktop, tablet or mobile browser.
 *
 * Responsive for DataTables has two modes of operation, which can used
 * individually or combined:
 *
 * * Class name based control - columns assigned class names that match the
 *   breakpoint logic can be shown / hidden as required for each breakpoint.
 * * Automatic control - columns are automatically hidden when there is no
 *   room left to display them. Columns removed from the right.
 *
 * In additional to column visibility control, Responsive also has built into
 * options to use DataTables' child row display to show / hide the information
 * from the table that has been hidden. There are also two modes of operation
 * for this child row display:
 *
 * * Inline - when the control element that the user can use to show / hide
 *   child rows is displayed inside the first column of the table.
 * * Column - where a whole column is dedicated to be the show / hide control.
 *
 * Initialisation of Responsive is performed by:
 *
 * * Adding the class `responsive` or `dt-responsive` to the table. In this case
 *   Responsive will automatically be initialised with the default configuration
 *   options when the DataTable is created.
 * * Using the `responsive` option in the DataTables configuration options. This
 *   can also be used to specify the configuration options, or simply set to
 *   `true` to use the defaults.
 *
 *  @class
 *  @param {object} settings DataTables settings object for the host table
 *  @param {object} [opts] Configuration options
 *  @requires jQuery 1.7+
 *  @requires DataTables 1.10.3+
 *
 *  @example
 *      $('#example').DataTable( {
 *        responsive: true
 *      } );
 *    } );
 */
var Responsive = function ( settings, opts ) {
	// Sanity check that we are using DataTables 1.10 or newer
	if ( ! DataTable.versionCheck || ! DataTable.versionCheck( '1.10.3' ) ) {
		throw 'DataTables Responsive requires DataTables 1.10.3 or newer';
	}

	this.s = {
		dt: new DataTable.Api( settings ),
		columns: [],
		current: []
	};

	// Check if responsive has already been initialised on this table
	if ( this.s.dt.settings()[0].responsive ) {
		return;
	}

	// details is an object, but for simplicity the user can give it as a string
	// or a boolean
	if ( opts && typeof opts.details === 'string' ) {
		opts.details = { type: opts.details };
	}
	else if ( opts && opts.details === false ) {
		opts.details = { type: false };
	}
	else if ( opts && opts.details === true ) {
		opts.details = { type: 'inline' };
	}

	this.c = $.extend( true, {}, Responsive.defaults, DataTable.defaults.responsive, opts );
	settings.responsive = this;
	this._constructor();
};

$.extend( Responsive.prototype, {
	/* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
	 * Constructor
	 */

	/**
	 * Initialise the Responsive instance
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_constructor: function ()
	{
		var that = this;
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var dtPrivateSettings = dt.settings()[0];
		var oldWindowWidth = $(window).width();

		dt.settings()[0]._responsive = this;

		// Use DataTables' throttle function to avoid processor thrashing on
		// resize
		$(window).on( 'resize.dtr orientationchange.dtr', DataTable.util.throttle( function () {
			// iOS has a bug whereby resize can fire when only scrolling
			// See: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8898412
			var width = $(window).width();

			if ( width !== oldWindowWidth ) {
				that._resize();
				oldWindowWidth = width;
			}
		} ) );

		// DataTables doesn't currently trigger an event when a row is added, so
		// we need to hook into its private API to enforce the hidden rows when
		// new data is added
		dtPrivateSettings.oApi._fnCallbackReg( dtPrivateSettings, 'aoRowCreatedCallback', function (tr, data, idx) {
			if ( $.inArray( false, that.s.current ) !== -1 ) {
				$('td, th', tr).each( function ( i ) {
					var idx = dt.column.index( 'toData', i );

					if ( that.s.current[idx] === false ) {
						$(this).css('display', 'none');
					}
				} );
			}
		} );

		// Destroy event handler
		dt.on( 'destroy.dtr', function () {
			dt.off( '.dtr' );
			$( dt.table().body() ).off( '.dtr' );
			$(window).off( 'resize.dtr orientationchange.dtr' );

			// Restore the columns that we've hidden
			$.each( that.s.current, function ( i, val ) {
				if ( val === false ) {
					that._setColumnVis( i, true );
				}
			} );
		} );

		// Reorder the breakpoints array here in case they have been added out
		// of order
		this.c.breakpoints.sort( function (a, b) {
			return a.width < b.width ? 1 :
				a.width > b.width ? -1 : 0;
		} );

		this._classLogic();
		this._resizeAuto();

		// Details handler
		var details = this.c.details;

		if ( details.type !== false ) {
			that._detailsInit();

			// DataTables will trigger this event on every column it shows and
			// hides individually
			dt.on( 'column-visibility.dtr', function (e, ctx, col, vis) {
				that._classLogic();
				that._resizeAuto();
				that._resize();
			} );

			// Redraw the details box on each draw which will happen if the data
			// has changed. This is used until DataTables implements a native
			// `updated` event for rows
			dt.on( 'draw.dtr', function () {
				that._redrawChildren();
			} );

			$(dt.table().node()).addClass( 'dtr-'+details.type );
		}

		dt.on( 'column-reorder.dtr', function (e, settings, details) {
			that._classLogic();
			that._resizeAuto();
			that._resize();
		} );

		// Change in column sizes means we need to calc
		dt.on( 'column-sizing.dtr', function () {
			that._resizeAuto();
			that._resize();
		});

		dt.on( 'init.dtr', function (e, settings, details) {
			that._resizeAuto();
			that._resize();

			// If columns were hidden, then DataTables needs to adjust the
			// column sizing
			if ( $.inArray( false, that.s.current ) ) {
				dt.columns.adjust();
			}
		} );

		// First pass - draw the table for the current viewport size
		this._resize();
	},


	/* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
	 * Private methods
	 */

	/**
	 * Calculate the visibility for the columns in a table for a given
	 * breakpoint. The result is pre-determined based on the class logic if
	 * class names are used to control all columns, but the width of the table
	 * is also used if there are columns which are to be automatically shown
	 * and hidden.
	 *
	 * @param  {string} breakpoint Breakpoint name to use for the calculation
	 * @return {array} Array of boolean values initiating the visibility of each
	 *   column.
	 *  @private
	 */
	_columnsVisiblity: function ( breakpoint )
	{
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var columns = this.s.columns;
		var i, ien;

		// Create an array that defines the column ordering based first on the
		// column's priority, and secondly the column index. This allows the
		// columns to be removed from the right if the priority matches
		var order = columns
			.map( function ( col, idx ) {
				return {
					columnIdx: idx,
					priority: col.priority
				};
			} )
			.sort( function ( a, b ) {
				if ( a.priority !== b.priority ) {
					return a.priority - b.priority;
				}
				return a.columnIdx - b.columnIdx;
			} );

		// Class logic - determine which columns are in this breakpoint based
		// on the classes. If no class control (i.e. `auto`) then `-` is used
		// to indicate this to the rest of the function
		var display = $.map( columns, function ( col ) {
			return col.auto && col.minWidth === null ?
				false :
				col.auto === true ?
					'-' :
					$.inArray( breakpoint, col.includeIn ) !== -1;
		} );

		// Auto column control - first pass: how much width is taken by the
		// ones that must be included from the non-auto columns
		var requiredWidth = 0;
		for ( i=0, ien=display.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( display[i] === true ) {
				requiredWidth += columns[i].minWidth;
			}
		}

		// Second pass, use up any remaining width for other columns. For
		// scrolling tables we need to subtract the width of the scrollbar. It
		// may not be requires which makes this sub-optimal, but it would
		// require another full redraw to make complete use of those extra few
		// pixels
		var scrolling = dt.settings()[0].oScroll;
		var bar = scrolling.sY || scrolling.sX ? scrolling.iBarWidth : 0;
		var widthAvailable = dt.table().container().offsetWidth - bar;
		var usedWidth = widthAvailable - requiredWidth;

		// Control column needs to always be included. This makes it sub-
		// optimal in terms of using the available with, but to stop layout
		// thrashing or overflow. Also we need to account for the control column
		// width first so we know how much width is available for the other
		// columns, since the control column might not be the first one shown
		for ( i=0, ien=display.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( columns[i].control ) {
				usedWidth -= columns[i].minWidth;
			}
		}

		// Allow columns to be shown (counting by priority and then right to
		// left) until we run out of room
		var empty = false;
		for ( i=0, ien=order.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			var colIdx = order[i].columnIdx;

			if ( display[colIdx] === '-' && ! columns[colIdx].control && columns[colIdx].minWidth ) {
				// Once we've found a column that won't fit we don't let any
				// others display either, or columns might disappear in the
				// middle of the table
				if ( empty || usedWidth - columns[colIdx].minWidth < 0 ) {
					empty = true;
					display[colIdx] = false;
				}
				else {
					display[colIdx] = true;
				}

				usedWidth -= columns[colIdx].minWidth;
			}
		}

		// Determine if the 'control' column should be shown (if there is one).
		// This is the case when there is a hidden column (that is not the
		// control column). The two loops look inefficient here, but they are
		// trivial and will fly through. We need to know the outcome from the
		// first , before the action in the second can be taken
		var showControl = false;

		for ( i=0, ien=columns.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( ! columns[i].control && ! columns[i].never && ! display[i] ) {
				showControl = true;
				break;
			}
		}

		for ( i=0, ien=columns.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( columns[i].control ) {
				display[i] = showControl;
			}
		}

		// Finally we need to make sure that there is at least one column that
		// is visible
		if ( $.inArray( true, display ) === -1 ) {
			display[0] = true;
		}

		return display;
	},


	/**
	 * Create the internal `columns` array with information about the columns
	 * for the table. This includes determining which breakpoints the column
	 * will appear in, based upon class names in the column, which makes up the
	 * vast majority of this method.
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_classLogic: function ()
	{
		var that = this;
		var calc = {};
		var breakpoints = this.c.breakpoints;
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var columns = dt.columns().eq(0).map( function (i) {
			var column = this.column(i);
			var className = column.header().className;
			var priority = dt.settings()[0].aoColumns[i].responsivePriority;

			if ( priority === undefined ) {
				var dataPriority = $(column.header()).data('priority');

				priority = dataPriority !== undefined ?
					dataPriority * 1 :
					10000;
			}

			return {
				className: className,
				includeIn: [],
				auto:      false,
				control:   false,
				never:     className.match(/\bnever\b/) ? true : false,
				priority:  priority
			};
		} );

		// Simply add a breakpoint to `includeIn` array, ensuring that there are
		// no duplicates
		var add = function ( colIdx, name ) {
			var includeIn = columns[ colIdx ].includeIn;

			if ( $.inArray( name, includeIn ) === -1 ) {
				includeIn.push( name );
			}
		};

		var column = function ( colIdx, name, operator, matched ) {
			var size, i, ien;

			if ( ! operator ) {
				columns[ colIdx ].includeIn.push( name );
			}
			else if ( operator === 'max-' ) {
				// Add this breakpoint and all smaller
				size = that._find( name ).width;

				for ( i=0, ien=breakpoints.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
					if ( breakpoints[i].width <= size ) {
						add( colIdx, breakpoints[i].name );
					}
				}
			}
			else if ( operator === 'min-' ) {
				// Add this breakpoint and all larger
				size = that._find( name ).width;

				for ( i=0, ien=breakpoints.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
					if ( breakpoints[i].width >= size ) {
						add( colIdx, breakpoints[i].name );
					}
				}
			}
			else if ( operator === 'not-' ) {
				// Add all but this breakpoint
				for ( i=0, ien=breakpoints.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
					if ( breakpoints[i].name.indexOf( matched ) === -1 ) {
						add( colIdx, breakpoints[i].name );
					}
				}
			}
		};

		// Loop over each column and determine if it has a responsive control
		// class
		columns.each( function ( col, i ) {
			var classNames = col.className.split(' ');
			var hasClass = false;

			// Split the class name up so multiple rules can be applied if needed
			for ( var k=0, ken=classNames.length ; k<ken ; k++ ) {
				var className = $.trim( classNames[k] );

				if ( className === 'all' ) {
					// Include in all
					hasClass = true;
					col.includeIn = $.map( breakpoints, function (a) {
						return a.name;
					} );
					return;
				}
				else if ( className === 'none' || col.never ) {
					// Include in none (default) and no auto
					hasClass = true;
					return;
				}
				else if ( className === 'control' ) {
					// Special column that is only visible, when one of the other
					// columns is hidden. This is used for the details control
					hasClass = true;
					col.control = true;
					return;
				}

				$.each( breakpoints, function ( j, breakpoint ) {
					// Does this column have a class that matches this breakpoint?
					var brokenPoint = breakpoint.name.split('-');
					var re = new RegExp( '(min\\-|max\\-|not\\-)?('+brokenPoint[0]+')(\\-[_a-zA-Z0-9])?' );
					var match = className.match( re );

					if ( match ) {
						hasClass = true;

						if ( match[2] === brokenPoint[0] && match[3] === '-'+brokenPoint[1] ) {
							// Class name matches breakpoint name fully
							column( i, breakpoint.name, match[1], match[2]+match[3] );
						}
						else if ( match[2] === brokenPoint[0] && ! match[3] ) {
							// Class name matched primary breakpoint name with no qualifier
							column( i, breakpoint.name, match[1], match[2] );
						}
					}
				} );
			}

			// If there was no control class, then automatic sizing is used
			if ( ! hasClass ) {
				col.auto = true;
			}
		} );

		this.s.columns = columns;
	},


	/**
	 * Show the details for the child row
	 *
	 * @param  {DataTables.Api} row    API instance for the row
	 * @param  {boolean}        update Update flag
	 * @private
	 */
	_detailsDisplay: function ( row, update )
	{
		var that = this;
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var details = this.c.details;

		if ( details && details.type !== false ) {
			var res = details.display( row, update, function () {
				return details.renderer(
					dt, row[0], that._detailsObj(row[0])
				);
			} );

			if ( res === true || res === false ) {
				$(dt.table().node()).triggerHandler( 'responsive-display.dt', [dt, row, res, update] );
			}
		}
	},


	/**
	 * Initialisation for the details handler
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_detailsInit: function ()
	{
		var that    = this;
		var dt      = this.s.dt;
		var details = this.c.details;

		// The inline type always uses the first child as the target
		if ( details.type === 'inline' ) {
			details.target = 'td:first-child, th:first-child';
		}

		// Keyboard accessibility
		dt.on( 'draw.dtr', function () {
			that._tabIndexes();
		} );
		that._tabIndexes(); // Initial draw has already happened

		$( dt.table().body() ).on( 'keyup.dtr', 'td, th', function (e) {
			if ( e.keyCode === 13 && $(this).data('dtr-keyboard') ) {
				$(this).click();
			}
		} );

		// type.target can be a string jQuery selector or a column index
		var target   = details.target;
		var selector = typeof target === 'string' ? target : 'td, th';

		// Click handler to show / hide the details rows when they are available
		$( dt.table().body() )
			.on( 'click.dtr mousedown.dtr mouseup.dtr', selector, function (e) {
				// If the table is not collapsed (i.e. there is no hidden columns)
				// then take no action
				if ( ! $(dt.table().node()).hasClass('collapsed' ) ) {
					return;
				}

				// Check that the row is actually a DataTable's controlled node
				if ( ! dt.row( $(this).closest('tr') ).length ) {
					return;
				}

				// For column index, we determine if we should act or not in the
				// handler - otherwise it is already okay
				if ( typeof target === 'number' ) {
					var targetIdx = target < 0 ?
						dt.columns().eq(0).length + target :
						target;

					if ( dt.cell( this ).index().column !== targetIdx ) {
						return;
					}
				}

				// $().closest() includes itself in its check
				var row = dt.row( $(this).closest('tr') );

				// Check event type to do an action
				if ( e.type === 'click' ) {
					// The renderer is given as a function so the caller can execute it
					// only when they need (i.e. if hiding there is no point is running
					// the renderer)
					that._detailsDisplay( row, false );
				}
				else if ( e.type === 'mousedown' ) {
					// For mouse users, prevent the focus ring from showing
					$(this).css('outline', 'none');
				}
				else if ( e.type === 'mouseup' ) {
					// And then re-allow at the end of the click
					$(this).blur().css('outline', '');
				}
			} );
	},


	/**
	 * Get the details to pass to a renderer for a row
	 * @param  {int} rowIdx Row index
	 * @private
	 */
	_detailsObj: function ( rowIdx )
	{
		var that = this;
		var dt = this.s.dt;

		return $.map( this.s.columns, function( col, i ) {
			// Never and control columns should not be passed to the renderer
			if ( col.never || col.control ) {
				return;
			}

			return {
				title:       dt.settings()[0].aoColumns[ i ].sTitle,
				data:        dt.cell( rowIdx, i ).render( that.c.orthogonal ),
				hidden:      dt.column( i ).visible() && !that.s.current[ i ],
				columnIndex: i,
				rowIndex:    rowIdx
			};
		} );
	},


	/**
	 * Find a breakpoint object from a name
	 *
	 * @param  {string} name Breakpoint name to find
	 * @return {object}      Breakpoint description object
	 * @private
	 */
	_find: function ( name )
	{
		var breakpoints = this.c.breakpoints;

		for ( var i=0, ien=breakpoints.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( breakpoints[i].name === name ) {
				return breakpoints[i];
			}
		}
	},


	/**
	 * Re-create the contents of the child rows as the display has changed in
	 * some way.
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_redrawChildren: function ()
	{
		var that = this;
		var dt = this.s.dt;

		dt.rows( {page: 'current'} ).iterator( 'row', function ( settings, idx ) {
			var row = dt.row( idx );

			that._detailsDisplay( dt.row( idx ), true );
		} );
	},


	/**
	 * Alter the table display for a resized viewport. This involves first
	 * determining what breakpoint the window currently is in, getting the
	 * column visibilities to apply and then setting them.
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_resize: function ()
	{
		var that = this;
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var width = $(window).width();
		var breakpoints = this.c.breakpoints;
		var breakpoint = breakpoints[0].name;
		var columns = this.s.columns;
		var i, ien;
		var oldVis = this.s.current.slice();

		// Determine what breakpoint we are currently at
		for ( i=breakpoints.length-1 ; i>=0 ; i-- ) {
			if ( width <= breakpoints[i].width ) {
				breakpoint = breakpoints[i].name;
				break;
			}
		}
		
		// Show the columns for that break point
		var columnsVis = this._columnsVisiblity( breakpoint );
		this.s.current = columnsVis;

		// Set the class before the column visibility is changed so event
		// listeners know what the state is. Need to determine if there are
		// any columns that are not visible but can be shown
		var collapsedClass = false;
		for ( i=0, ien=columns.length ; i<ien ; i++ ) {
			if ( columnsVis[i] === false && ! columns[i].never && ! columns[i].control ) {
				collapsedClass = true;
				break;
			}
		}

		$( dt.table().node() ).toggleClass( 'collapsed', collapsedClass );

		var changed = false;

		dt.columns().eq(0).each( function ( colIdx, i ) {
			if ( columnsVis[i] !== oldVis[i] ) {
				changed = true;
				that._setColumnVis( colIdx, columnsVis[i] );
			}
		} );

		if ( changed ) {
			this._redrawChildren();

			// Inform listeners of the change
			$(dt.table().node()).trigger( 'responsive-resize.dt', [dt, this.s.current] );
		}
	},


	/**
	 * Determine the width of each column in the table so the auto column hiding
	 * has that information to work with. This method is never going to be 100%
	 * perfect since column widths can change slightly per page, but without
	 * seriously compromising performance this is quite effective.
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_resizeAuto: function ()
	{
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var columns = this.s.columns;

		// Are we allowed to do auto sizing?
		if ( ! this.c.auto ) {
			return;
		}

		// Are there any columns that actually need auto-sizing, or do they all
		// have classes defined
		if ( $.inArray( true, $.map( columns, function (c) { return c.auto; } ) ) === -1 ) {
			return;
		}

		// Clone the table with the current data in it
		var tableWidth   = dt.table().node().offsetWidth;
		var columnWidths = dt.columns;
		var clonedTable  = dt.table().node().cloneNode( false );
		var clonedHeader = $( dt.table().header().cloneNode( false ) ).appendTo( clonedTable );
		var clonedBody   = $( dt.table().body() ).clone( false, false ).empty().appendTo( clonedTable ); // use jQuery because of IE8

		// Header
		var headerCells = dt.columns()
			.header()
			.filter( function (idx) {
				return dt.column(idx).visible();
			} )
			.to$()
			.clone( false )
			.css( 'display', 'table-cell' );

		// Body rows - we don't need to take account of DataTables' column
		// visibility since we implement our own here (hence the `display` set)
		$(clonedBody)
			.append( $(dt.rows( { page: 'current' } ).nodes()).clone( false ) )
			.find( 'th, td' ).css( 'display', '' );

		// Footer
		var footer = dt.table().footer();
		if ( footer ) {
			var clonedFooter = $( footer.cloneNode( false ) ).appendTo( clonedTable );
			var footerCells = dt.columns()
				.footer()
				.filter( function (idx) {
					return dt.column(idx).visible();
				} )
				.to$()
				.clone( false )
				.css( 'display', 'table-cell' );

			$('<tr/>')
				.append( footerCells )
				.appendTo( clonedFooter );
		}

		$('<tr/>')
			.append( headerCells )
			.appendTo( clonedHeader );

		// In the inline case extra padding is applied to the first column to
		// give space for the show / hide icon. We need to use this in the
		// calculation
		if ( this.c.details.type === 'inline' ) {
			$(clonedTable).addClass( 'dtr-inline collapsed' );
		}
		
		// It is unsafe to insert elements with the same name into the DOM
		// multiple times. For example, cloning and inserting a checked radio
		// clears the chcecked state of the original radio.
		$( clonedTable ).find( '[name]' ).removeAttr( 'name' );
		
		var inserted = $('<div/>')
			.css( {
				width: 1,
				height: 1,
				overflow: 'hidden'
			} )
			.append( clonedTable );

		inserted.insertBefore( dt.table().node() );

		// The cloned header now contains the smallest that each column can be
		headerCells.each( function (i) {
			var idx = dt.column.index( 'fromVisible', i );
			columns[ idx ].minWidth =  this.offsetWidth || 0;
		} );

		inserted.remove();
	},

	/**
	 * Set a column's visibility.
	 *
	 * We don't use DataTables' column visibility controls in order to ensure
	 * that column visibility can Responsive can no-exist. Since only IE8+ is
	 * supported (and all evergreen browsers of course) the control of the
	 * display attribute works well.
	 *
	 * @param {integer} col      Column index
	 * @param {boolean} showHide Show or hide (true or false)
	 * @private
	 */
	_setColumnVis: function ( col, showHide )
	{
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var display = showHide ? '' : 'none'; // empty string will remove the attr

		$( dt.column( col ).header() ).css( 'display', display );
		$( dt.column( col ).footer() ).css( 'display', display );
		dt.column( col ).nodes().to$().css( 'display', display );
	},


	/**
	 * Update the cell tab indexes for keyboard accessibility. This is called on
	 * every table draw - that is potentially inefficient, but also the least
	 * complex option given that column visibility can change on the fly. Its a
	 * shame user-focus was removed from CSS 3 UI, as it would have solved this
	 * issue with a single CSS statement.
	 *
	 * @private
	 */
	_tabIndexes: function ()
	{
		var dt = this.s.dt;
		var cells = dt.cells( { page: 'current' } ).nodes().to$();
		var ctx = dt.settings()[0];
		var target = this.c.details.target;

		cells.filter( '[data-dtr-keyboard]' ).removeData( '[data-dtr-keyboard]' );

		var selector = typeof target === 'number' ?
			':eq('+target+')' :
			target;

		$( selector, dt.rows( { page: 'current' } ).nodes() )
			.attr( 'tabIndex', ctx.iTabIndex )
			.data( 'dtr-keyboard', 1 );
	}
} );


/**
 * List of default breakpoints. Each item in the array is an object with two
 * properties:
 *
 * * `name` - the breakpoint name.
 * * `width` - the breakpoint width
 *
 * @name Responsive.breakpoints
 * @static
 */
Responsive.breakpoints = [
	{ name: 'desktop',  width: Infinity },
	{ name: 'tablet-l', width: 1024 },
	{ name: 'tablet-p', width: 768 },
	{ name: 'mobile-l', width: 480 },
	{ name: 'mobile-p', width: 320 }
];


/**
 * Display methods - functions which define how the hidden data should be shown
 * in the table.
 *
 * @namespace
 * @name Responsive.defaults
 * @static
 */
Responsive.display = {
	childRow: function ( row, update, render ) {
		if ( update ) {
			if ( $(row.node()).hasClass('parent') ) {
				row.child( render(), 'child' ).show();

				return true;
			}
		}
		else {
			if ( ! row.child.isShown()  ) {
				row.child( render(), 'child' ).show();
				$( row.node() ).addClass( 'parent' );

				return true;
			}
			else {
				row.child( false );
				$( row.node() ).removeClass( 'parent' );

				return false;
			}
		}
	},

	childRowImmediate: function ( row, update, render ) {
		if ( (! update && row.child.isShown()) || ! row.responsive.hasHidden() ) {
			// User interaction and the row is show, or nothing to show
			row.child( false );
			$( row.node() ).removeClass( 'parent' );

			return false;
		}
		else {
			// Display
			row.child( render(), 'child' ).show();
			$( row.node() ).addClass( 'parent' );

			return true;
		}
	},

	// This is a wrapper so the modal options for Bootstrap and jQuery UI can
	// have options passed into them. This specific one doesn't need to be a
	// function but it is for consistency in the `modal` name
	modal: function ( options ) {
		return function ( row, update, render ) {
			if ( ! update ) {
				// Show a modal
				var close = function () {
					modal.remove(); // will tidy events for us
					$(document).off( 'keypress.dtr' );
				};

				var modal = $('<div class="dtr-modal"/>')
					.append( $('<div class="dtr-modal-display"/>')
						.append( $('<div class="dtr-modal-content"/>')
							.append( render() )
						)
						.append( $('<div class="dtr-modal-close">&times;</div>' )
							.click( function () {
								close();
							} )
						)
					)
					.append( $('<div class="dtr-modal-background"/>')
						.click( function () {
							close();
						} )
					)
					.appendTo( 'body' );

				$(document).on( 'keyup.dtr', function (e) {
					if ( e.keyCode === 27 ) {
						e.stopPropagation();

						close();
					}
				} );
			}
			else {
				$('div.dtr-modal-content')
					.empty()
					.append( render() );
			}

			if ( options && options.header ) {
				$('div.dtr-modal-content').prepend(
					'<h2>'+options.header( row )+'</h2>'
				);
			}
		};
	}
};


/**
 * Display methods - functions which define how the hidden data should be shown
 * in the table.
 *
 * @namespace
 * @name Responsive.defaults
 * @static
 */
Responsive.renderer = {
	listHidden: function () {
		return function ( api, rowIdx, columns ) {
			var data = $.map( columns, function ( col ) {
				return col.hidden ?
					'<li data-dtr-index="'+col.columnIndex+'" data-dt-row="'+col.rowIndex+'" data-dt-column="'+col.columnIndex+'">'+
						'<span class="dtr-title">'+
							col.title+
						'</span> '+
						'<span class="dtr-data">'+
							col.data+
						'</span>'+
					'</li>' :
					'';
			} ).join('');

			return data ?
				$('<ul data-dtr-index="'+rowIdx+'"/>').append( data ) :
				false;
		}
	},

	tableAll: function ( options ) {
		options = $.extend( {
			tableClass: ''
		}, options );

		return function ( api, rowIdx, columns ) {
			var data = $.map( columns, function ( col ) {
				return '<tr data-dt-row="'+col.rowIndex+'" data-dt-column="'+col.columnIndex+'">'+
						'<td>'+col.title+':'+'</td> '+
						'<td>'+col.data+'</td>'+
					'</tr>';
			} ).join('');

			return $('<table class="'+options.tableClass+'" width="100%"/>').append( data );
		}
	}
};

/**
 * Responsive default settings for initialisation
 *
 * @namespace
 * @name Responsive.defaults
 * @static
 */
Responsive.defaults = {
	/**
	 * List of breakpoints for the instance. Note that this means that each
	 * instance can have its own breakpoints. Additionally, the breakpoints
	 * cannot be changed once an instance has been creased.
	 *
	 * @type {Array}
	 * @default Takes the value of `Responsive.breakpoints`
	 */
	breakpoints: Responsive.breakpoints,

	/**
	 * Enable / disable auto hiding calculations. It can help to increase
	 * performance slightly if you disable this option, but all columns would
	 * need to have breakpoint classes assigned to them
	 *
	 * @type {Boolean}
	 * @default  `true`
	 */
	auto: true,

	/**
	 * Details control. If given as a string value, the `type` property of the
	 * default object is set to that value, and the defaults used for the rest
	 * of the object - this is for ease of implementation.
	 *
	 * The object consists of the following properties:
	 *
	 * * `display` - A function that is used to show and hide the hidden details
	 * * `renderer` - function that is called for display of the child row data.
	 *   The default function will show the data from the hidden columns
	 * * `target` - Used as the selector for what objects to attach the child
	 *   open / close to
	 * * `type` - `false` to disable the details display, `inline` or `column`
	 *   for the two control types
	 *
	 * @type {Object|string}
	 */
	details: {
		display: Responsive.display.childRow,

		renderer: Responsive.renderer.listHidden(),

		target: 0,

		type: 'inline'
	},

	/**
	 * Orthogonal data request option. This is used to define the data type
	 * requested when Responsive gets the data to show in the child row.
	 *
	 * @type {String}
	 */
	orthogonal: 'display'
};


/*
 * API
 */
var Api = $.fn.dataTable.Api;

// Doesn't do anything - work around for a bug in DT... Not documented
Api.register( 'responsive()', function () {
	return this;
} );

Api.register( 'responsive.index()', function ( li ) {
	li = $(li);

	return {
		column: li.data('dtr-index'),
		row:    li.parent().data('dtr-index')
	};
} );

Api.register( 'responsive.rebuild()', function () {
	return this.iterator( 'table', function ( ctx ) {
		if ( ctx._responsive ) {
			ctx._responsive._classLogic();
		}
	} );
} );

Api.register( 'responsive.recalc()', function () {
	return this.iterator( 'table', function ( ctx ) {
		if ( ctx._responsive ) {
			ctx._responsive._resizeAuto();
			ctx._responsive._resize();
		}
	} );
} );

Api.register( 'responsive.hasHidden()', function () {
	var ctx = this.context[0];

	return ctx._responsive ?
		$.inArray( false, ctx._responsive.s.current ) !== -1 :
		false;
} );


/**
 * Version information
 *
 * @name Responsive.version
 * @static
 */
Responsive.version = '2.1.0';


$.fn.dataTable.Responsive = Responsive;
$.fn.DataTable.Responsive = Responsive;

// Attach a listener to the document which listens for DataTables initialisation
// events so we can automatically initialise
$(document).on( 'preInit.dt.dtr', function (e, settings, json) {
	if ( e.namespace !== 'dt' ) {
		return;
	}

	if ( $(settings.nTable).hasClass( 'responsive' ) ||
		 $(settings.nTable).hasClass( 'dt-responsive' ) ||
		 settings.oInit.responsive ||
		 DataTable.defaults.responsive
	) {
		var init = settings.oInit.responsive;

		if ( init !== false ) {
			new Responsive( settings, $.isPlainObject( init ) ? init : {}  );
		}
	}
} );


return Responsive;
}));

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