How to use class_re method in autopy

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1#2# From re5from django.utils.safestring import mark_safe6from django import template7register = template.Library()8class_re = re.compile(r'(?<=class=["\'])(.*)(?=["\'])')9@register.filter10def add_class(value, css_class):11 string = unicode(value)12 match = if match:14 m ='^%s$|^%s\s|\s%s\s|\s%s$' % (css_class, css_class,15 css_class, css_class), print if not m:18 return mark_safe(class_re.sub( + " " + css_class,19 string))20 else:21 return mark_safe(string.replace('>', ' class="%s">' % css_class))...

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