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# Tix.py -- Tix widget wrappers.
#
# For Tix, see http://tix.sourceforge.net
#
# - Sudhir Shenoy (sshenoy@gol.com), Dec. 1995.
# based on an idea of Jean-Marc Lugrin (lugrin@ms.com)
#
# NOTE: In order to minimize changes to Tkinter.py, some of the code here
# (TixWidget.__init__) has been taken from Tkinter (Widget.__init__)
# and will break if there are major changes in Tkinter.
#
# The Tix widgets are represented by a class hierarchy in python with proper
# inheritance of base classes.
#
# As a result after creating a 'w = StdButtonBox', I can write
# w.ok['text'] = 'Who Cares'
# or w.ok['bg'] = w['bg']
# or even w.ok.invoke()
# etc.
#
# Compare the demo tixwidgets.py to the original Tcl program and you will
# appreciate the advantages.
#
# NOTE: This module is deprecated since Python 3.6.
import os
import warnings
import tkinter
from tkinter import *
from tkinter import _cnfmerge
warnings.warn(
'The Tix Tk extension is unmaintained, and the tkinter.tix wrapper module'
' is deprecated in favor of tkinter.ttk',
DeprecationWarning,
stacklevel=2,
)
# Some more constants (for consistency with Tkinter)
WINDOW = 'window'
TEXT = 'text'
STATUS = 'status'
IMMEDIATE = 'immediate'
IMAGE = 'image'
IMAGETEXT = 'imagetext'
BALLOON = 'balloon'
AUTO = 'auto'
ACROSSTOP = 'acrosstop'
# A few useful constants for the Grid widget
ASCII = 'ascii'
CELL = 'cell'
COLUMN = 'column'
DECREASING = 'decreasing'
INCREASING = 'increasing'
INTEGER = 'integer'
MAIN = 'main'
MAX = 'max'
REAL = 'real'
ROW = 'row'
S_REGION = 's-region'
X_REGION = 'x-region'
Y_REGION = 'y-region'
# Some constants used by Tkinter dooneevent()
TCL_DONT_WAIT = 1 << 1
TCL_WINDOW_EVENTS = 1 << 2
TCL_FILE_EVENTS = 1 << 3
TCL_TIMER_EVENTS = 1 << 4
TCL_IDLE_EVENTS = 1 << 5
TCL_ALL_EVENTS = 0
# BEWARE - this is implemented by copying some code from the Widget class
# in Tkinter (to override Widget initialization) and is therefore
# liable to break.
# Could probably add this to Tkinter.Misc
class tixCommand:
"""The tix commands provide access to miscellaneous elements
of Tix's internal state and the Tix application context.
Most of the information manipulated by these commands pertains
to the application as a whole, or to a screen or
display, rather than to a particular window.
This is a mixin class, assumed to be mixed to Tkinter.Tk
that supports the self.tk.call method.
"""
def tix_addbitmapdir(self, directory):
"""Tix maintains a list of directories under which
the tix_getimage and tix_getbitmap commands will
search for image files. The standard bitmap directory
is $TIX_LIBRARY/bitmaps. The addbitmapdir command
adds directory into this list. By using this
command, the image files of an applications can
also be located using the tix_getimage or tix_getbitmap
command.
"""
return self.tk.call('tix', 'addbitmapdir', directory)
def tix_cget(self, option):
"""Returns the current value of the configuration
option given by option. Option may be any of the
options described in the CONFIGURATION OPTIONS section.
"""
return self.tk.call('tix', 'cget', option)
def tix_configure(self, cnf=None, **kw):
"""Query or modify the configuration options of the Tix application
context. If no option is specified, returns a dictionary all of the
available options. If option is specified with no value, then the
command returns a list describing the one named option (this list
will be identical to the corresponding sublist of the value
returned if no option is specified). If one or more option-value
pairs are specified, then the command modifies the given option(s)
to have the given value(s); in this case the command returns an
empty string. Option may be any of the configuration options.
"""
# Copied from Tkinter.py
if kw:
cnf = _cnfmerge((cnf, kw))
elif cnf:
cnf = _cnfmerge(cnf)
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure('tix', 'configure')
if isinstance(cnf, str):
return self._getconfigure1('tix', 'configure', '-'+cnf)
return self.tk.call(('tix', 'configure') + self._options(cnf))
def tix_filedialog(self, dlgclass=None):
"""Returns the file selection dialog that may be shared among
different calls from this application. This command will create a
file selection dialog widget when it is called the first time. This
dialog will be returned by all subsequent calls to tix_filedialog.
An optional dlgclass parameter can be passed to specified what type
of file selection dialog widget is desired. Possible options are
tix FileSelectDialog or tixExFileSelectDialog.
"""
if dlgclass is not None:
return self.tk.call('tix', 'filedialog', dlgclass)
else:
return self.tk.call('tix', 'filedialog')
def tix_getbitmap(self, name):
"""Locates a bitmap file of the name name.xpm or name in one of the
bitmap directories (see the tix_addbitmapdir command above). By
using tix_getbitmap, you can avoid hard coding the pathnames of the
bitmap files in your application. When successful, it returns the
complete pathname of the bitmap file, prefixed with the character
'@'. The returned value can be used to configure the -bitmap
option of the TK and Tix widgets.
"""
return self.tk.call('tix', 'getbitmap', name)
def tix_getimage(self, name):
"""Locates an image file of the name name.xpm, name.xbm or name.ppm
in one of the bitmap directories (see the addbitmapdir command
above). If more than one file with the same name (but different
extensions) exist, then the image type is chosen according to the
depth of the X display: xbm images are chosen on monochrome
displays and color images are chosen on color displays. By using
tix_ getimage, you can avoid hard coding the pathnames of the
image files in your application. When successful, this command
returns the name of the newly created image, which can be used to
configure the -image option of the Tk and Tix widgets.
"""
return self.tk.call('tix', 'getimage', name)
def tix_option_get(self, name):
"""Gets the options maintained by the Tix
scheme mechanism. Available options include:
active_bg active_fg bg
bold_font dark1_bg dark1_fg
dark2_bg dark2_fg disabled_fg
fg fixed_font font
inactive_bg inactive_fg input1_bg
input2_bg italic_font light1_bg
light1_fg light2_bg light2_fg
menu_font output1_bg output2_bg
select_bg select_fg selector
"""
# could use self.tk.globalgetvar('tixOption', name)
return self.tk.call('tix', 'option', 'get', name)
def tix_resetoptions(self, newScheme, newFontSet, newScmPrio=None):
"""Resets the scheme and fontset of the Tix application to
newScheme and newFontSet, respectively. This affects only those
widgets created after this call. Therefore, it is best to call the
resetoptions command before the creation of any widgets in a Tix
application.
The optional parameter newScmPrio can be given to reset the
priority level of the Tk options set by the Tix schemes.
Because of the way Tk handles the X option database, after Tix has
been has imported and inited, it is not possible to reset the color
schemes and font sets using the tix config command. Instead, the
tix_resetoptions command must be used.
"""
if newScmPrio is not None:
return self.tk.call('tix', 'resetoptions', newScheme, newFontSet, newScmPrio)
else:
return self.tk.call('tix', 'resetoptions', newScheme, newFontSet)
class Tk(tkinter.Tk, tixCommand):
"""Toplevel widget of Tix which represents mostly the main window
of an application. It has an associated Tcl interpreter."""
def __init__(self, screenName=None, baseName=None, className='Tix'):
tkinter.Tk.__init__(self, screenName, baseName, className)
tixlib = os.environ.get('TIX_LIBRARY')
self.tk.eval('global auto_path; lappend auto_path [file dir [info nameof]]')
if tixlib is not None:
self.tk.eval('global auto_path; lappend auto_path {%s}' % tixlib)
self.tk.eval('global tcl_pkgPath; lappend tcl_pkgPath {%s}' % tixlib)
# Load Tix - this should work dynamically or statically
# If it's static, tcl/tix8.1/pkgIndex.tcl should have
# 'load {} Tix'
# If it's dynamic under Unix, tcl/tix8.1/pkgIndex.tcl should have
# 'load libtix8.1.8.3.so Tix'
self.tk.eval('package require Tix')
def destroy(self):
# For safety, remove the delete_window binding before destroy
self.protocol("WM_DELETE_WINDOW", "")
tkinter.Tk.destroy(self)
# The Tix 'tixForm' geometry manager
class Form:
"""The Tix Form geometry manager
Widgets can be arranged by specifying attachments to other widgets.
See Tix documentation for complete details"""
def config(self, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call('tixForm', self._w, *self._options(cnf, kw))
form = config
def __setitem__(self, key, value):
Form.form(self, {key: value})
def check(self):
return self.tk.call('tixForm', 'check', self._w)
def forget(self):
self.tk.call('tixForm', 'forget', self._w)
def grid(self, xsize=0, ysize=0):
if (not xsize) and (not ysize):
x = self.tk.call('tixForm', 'grid', self._w)
y = self.tk.splitlist(x)
z = ()
for x in y:
z = z + (self.tk.getint(x),)
return z
return self.tk.call('tixForm', 'grid', self._w, xsize, ysize)
def info(self, option=None):
if not option:
return self.tk.call('tixForm', 'info', self._w)
if option[0] != '-':
option = '-' + option
return self.tk.call('tixForm', 'info', self._w, option)
def slaves(self):
return [self._nametowidget(x) for x in
self.tk.splitlist(
self.tk.call(
'tixForm', 'slaves', self._w))]
tkinter.Widget.__bases__ = tkinter.Widget.__bases__ + (Form,)
class TixWidget(tkinter.Widget):
"""A TixWidget class is used to package all (or most) Tix widgets.
Widget initialization is extended in two ways:
1) It is possible to give a list of options which must be part of
the creation command (so called Tix 'static' options). These cannot be
given as a 'config' command later.
2) It is possible to give the name of an existing TK widget. These are
child widgets created automatically by a Tix mega-widget. The Tk call
to create these widgets is therefore bypassed in TixWidget.__init__
Both options are for use by subclasses only.
"""
def __init__ (self, master=None, widgetName=None,
static_options=None, cnf={}, kw={}):
# Merge keywords and dictionary arguments
if kw:
cnf = _cnfmerge((cnf, kw))
else:
cnf = _cnfmerge(cnf)
# Move static options into extra. static_options must be
# a list of keywords (or None).
extra=()
# 'options' is always a static option
if static_options:
static_options.append('options')
else:
static_options = ['options']
for k,v in list(cnf.items()):
if k in static_options:
extra = extra + ('-' + k, v)
del cnf[k]
self.widgetName = widgetName
self._setup(master, cnf)
# If widgetName is None, this is a dummy creation call where the
# corresponding Tk widget has already been created by Tix
if widgetName:
self.tk.call(widgetName, self._w, *extra)
# Non-static options - to be done via a 'config' command
if cnf:
Widget.config(self, cnf)
# Dictionary to hold subwidget names for easier access. We can't
# use the children list because the public Tix names may not be the
# same as the pathname component
self.subwidget_list = {}
# We set up an attribute access function so that it is possible to
# do w.ok['text'] = 'Hello' rather than w.subwidget('ok')['text'] = 'Hello'
# when w is a StdButtonBox.
# We can even do w.ok.invoke() because w.ok is subclassed from the
# Button class if you go through the proper constructors
def __getattr__(self, name):
if name in self.subwidget_list:
return self.subwidget_list[name]
raise AttributeError(name)
def set_silent(self, value):
"""Set a variable without calling its action routine"""
self.tk.call('tixSetSilent', self._w, value)
def subwidget(self, name):
"""Return the named subwidget (which must have been created by
the sub-class)."""
n = self._subwidget_name(name)
if not n:
raise TclError("Subwidget " + name + " not child of " + self._name)
# Remove header of name and leading dot
n = n[len(self._w)+1:]
return self._nametowidget(n)
def subwidgets_all(self):
"""Return all subwidgets."""
names = self._subwidget_names()
if not names:
return []
retlist = []
for name in names:
name = name[len(self._w)+1:]
try:
retlist.append(self._nametowidget(name))
except:
# some of the widgets are unknown e.g. border in LabelFrame
pass
return retlist
def _subwidget_name(self,name):
"""Get a subwidget name (returns a String, not a Widget !)"""
try:
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'subwidget', name)
except TclError:
return None
def _subwidget_names(self):
"""Return the name of all subwidgets."""
try:
x = self.tk.call(self._w, 'subwidgets', '-all')
return self.tk.splitlist(x)
except TclError:
return None
def config_all(self, option, value):
"""Set configuration options for all subwidgets (and self)."""
if option == '':
return
elif not isinstance(option, str):
option = repr(option)
if not isinstance(value, str):
value = repr(value)
names = self._subwidget_names()
for name in names:
self.tk.call(name, 'configure', '-' + option, value)
# These are missing from Tkinter
def image_create(self, imgtype, cnf={}, master=None, **kw):
if master is None:
master = self
if kw and cnf: cnf = _cnfmerge((cnf, kw))
elif kw: cnf = kw
options = ()
for k, v in cnf.items():
if callable(v):
v = self._register(v)
options = options + ('-'+k, v)
return master.tk.call(('image', 'create', imgtype,) + options)
def image_delete(self, imgname):
try:
self.tk.call('image', 'delete', imgname)
except TclError:
# May happen if the root was destroyed
pass
# Subwidgets are child widgets created automatically by mega-widgets.
# In python, we have to create these subwidgets manually to mirror their
# existence in Tk/Tix.
class TixSubWidget(TixWidget):
"""Subwidget class.
This is used to mirror child widgets automatically created
by Tix/Tk as part of a mega-widget in Python (which is not informed
of this)"""
def __init__(self, master, name,
destroy_physically=1, check_intermediate=1):
if check_intermediate:
path = master._subwidget_name(name)
try:
path = path[len(master._w)+1:]
plist = path.split('.')
except:
plist = []
if not check_intermediate:
# immediate descendant
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, None, None, {'name' : name})
else:
# Ensure that the intermediate widgets exist
parent = master
for i in range(len(plist) - 1):
n = '.'.join(plist[:i+1])
try:
w = master._nametowidget(n)
parent = w
except KeyError:
# Create the intermediate widget
parent = TixSubWidget(parent, plist[i],
destroy_physically=0,
check_intermediate=0)
# The Tk widget name is in plist, not in name
if plist:
name = plist[-1]
TixWidget.__init__(self, parent, None, None, {'name' : name})
self.destroy_physically = destroy_physically
def destroy(self):
# For some widgets e.g., a NoteBook, when we call destructors,
# we must be careful not to destroy the frame widget since this
# also destroys the parent NoteBook thus leading to an exception
# in Tkinter when it finally calls Tcl to destroy the NoteBook
for c in list(self.children.values()): c.destroy()
if self._name in self.master.children:
del self.master.children[self._name]
if self._name in self.master.subwidget_list:
del self.master.subwidget_list[self._name]
if self.destroy_physically:
# This is bypassed only for a few widgets
self.tk.call('destroy', self._w)
# Useful class to create a display style - later shared by many items.
# Contributed by Steffen Kremser
class DisplayStyle:
"""DisplayStyle - handle configuration options shared by
(multiple) Display Items"""
def __init__(self, itemtype, cnf={}, *, master=None, **kw):
if master is None:
if 'refwindow' in kw:
master = kw['refwindow']
elif 'refwindow' in cnf:
master = cnf['refwindow']
else:
master = tkinter._get_default_root('create display style')
self.tk = master.tk
self.stylename = self.tk.call('tixDisplayStyle', itemtype,
*self._options(cnf,kw) )
def __str__(self):
return self.stylename
def _options(self, cnf, kw):
if kw and cnf:
cnf = _cnfmerge((cnf, kw))
elif kw:
cnf = kw
opts = ()
for k, v in cnf.items():
opts = opts + ('-'+k, v)
return opts
def delete(self):
self.tk.call(self.stylename, 'delete')
def __setitem__(self,key,value):
self.tk.call(self.stylename, 'configure', '-%s'%key, value)
def config(self, cnf={}, **kw):
return self._getconfigure(
self.stylename, 'configure', *self._options(cnf,kw))
def __getitem__(self,key):
return self.tk.call(self.stylename, 'cget', '-%s'%key)
######################################################
### The Tix Widget classes - in alphabetical order ###
######################################################
class Balloon(TixWidget):
"""Balloon help widget.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
label Label
message Message"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixShell
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
# static seem to be -installcolormap -initwait -statusbar -cursor
static = ['options', 'installcolormap', 'initwait', 'statusbar',
'cursor']
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixBalloon', static, cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label',
destroy_physically=0)
self.subwidget_list['message'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'message',
destroy_physically=0)
def bind_widget(self, widget, cnf={}, **kw):
"""Bind balloon widget to another.
One balloon widget may be bound to several widgets at the same time"""
self.tk.call(self._w, 'bind', widget._w, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def unbind_widget(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'unbind', widget._w)
class ButtonBox(TixWidget):
"""ButtonBox - A container for pushbuttons.
Subwidgets are the buttons added with the add method.
"""
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixButtonBox',
['orientation', 'options'], cnf, kw)
def add(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
"""Add a button with given name to box."""
btn = self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
self.subwidget_list[name] = _dummyButton(self, name)
return btn
def invoke(self, name):
if name in self.subwidget_list:
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke', name)
class ComboBox(TixWidget):
"""ComboBox - an Entry field with a dropdown menu. The user can select a
choice by either typing in the entry subwidget or selecting from the
listbox subwidget.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
entry Entry
arrow Button
slistbox ScrolledListBox
tick Button
cross Button : present if created with the fancy option"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixLabelWidget
def __init__ (self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixComboBox',
['editable', 'dropdown', 'fancy', 'options'],
cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
self.subwidget_list['entry'] = _dummyEntry(self, 'entry')
self.subwidget_list['arrow'] = _dummyButton(self, 'arrow')
self.subwidget_list['slistbox'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self,
'slistbox')
try:
self.subwidget_list['tick'] = _dummyButton(self, 'tick')
self.subwidget_list['cross'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cross')
except TypeError:
# unavailable when -fancy not specified
pass
# align
def add_history(self, str):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'addhistory', str)
def append_history(self, str):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'appendhistory', str)
def insert(self, index, str):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'insert', index, str)
def pick(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'pick', index)
class Control(TixWidget):
"""Control - An entry field with value change arrows. The user can
adjust the value by pressing the two arrow buttons or by entering
the value directly into the entry. The new value will be checked
against the user-defined upper and lower limits.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
incr Button
decr Button
entry Entry
label Label"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixLabelWidget
def __init__ (self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixControl', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['incr'] = _dummyButton(self, 'incr')
self.subwidget_list['decr'] = _dummyButton(self, 'decr')
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
self.subwidget_list['entry'] = _dummyEntry(self, 'entry')
def decrement(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'decr')
def increment(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'incr')
def invoke(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke')
def update(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'update')
class DirList(TixWidget):
"""DirList - displays a list view of a directory, its previous
directories and its sub-directories. The user can choose one of
the directories displayed in the list or change to another directory.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
hlist HList
hsb Scrollbar
vsb Scrollbar"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledHList
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixDirList', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
def chdir(self, dir):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'chdir', dir)
class DirTree(TixWidget):
"""DirTree - Directory Listing in a hierarchical view.
Displays a tree view of a directory, its previous directories and its
sub-directories. The user can choose one of the directories displayed
in the list or change to another directory.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
hlist HList
hsb Scrollbar
vsb Scrollbar"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledHList
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixDirTree', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
def chdir(self, dir):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'chdir', dir)
class DirSelectBox(TixWidget):
"""DirSelectBox - Motif style file select box.
It is generally used for
the user to choose a file. FileSelectBox stores the files mostly
recently selected into a ComboBox widget so that they can be quickly
selected again.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
selection ComboBox
filter ComboBox
dirlist ScrolledListBox
filelist ScrolledListBox"""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixDirSelectBox', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyDirList(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['dircbx'] = _dummyFileComboBox(self, 'dircbx')
class ExFileSelectBox(TixWidget):
"""ExFileSelectBox - MS Windows style file select box.
It provides a convenient method for the user to select files.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
cancel Button
ok Button
hidden Checkbutton
types ComboBox
dir ComboBox
file ComboBox
dirlist ScrolledListBox
filelist ScrolledListBox"""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixExFileSelectBox', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['cancel'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cancel')
self.subwidget_list['ok'] = _dummyButton(self, 'ok')
self.subwidget_list['hidden'] = _dummyCheckbutton(self, 'hidden')
self.subwidget_list['types'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'types')
self.subwidget_list['dir'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'dir')
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyDirList(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['file'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'file')
self.subwidget_list['filelist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'filelist')
def filter(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'filter')
def invoke(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke')
# Should inherit from a Dialog class
class DirSelectDialog(TixWidget):
"""The DirSelectDialog widget presents the directories in the file
system in a dialog window. The user can use this dialog window to
navigate through the file system to select the desired directory.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
dirbox DirSelectDialog"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixDialogShell
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixDirSelectDialog',
['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['dirbox'] = _dummyDirSelectBox(self, 'dirbox')
# cancel and ok buttons are missing
def popup(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popup')
def popdown(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popdown')
# Should inherit from a Dialog class
class ExFileSelectDialog(TixWidget):
"""ExFileSelectDialog - MS Windows style file select dialog.
It provides a convenient method for the user to select files.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
fsbox ExFileSelectBox"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixDialogShell
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixExFileSelectDialog',
['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['fsbox'] = _dummyExFileSelectBox(self, 'fsbox')
def popup(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popup')
def popdown(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popdown')
class FileSelectBox(TixWidget):
"""ExFileSelectBox - Motif style file select box.
It is generally used for
the user to choose a file. FileSelectBox stores the files mostly
recently selected into a ComboBox widget so that they can be quickly
selected again.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
selection ComboBox
filter ComboBox
dirlist ScrolledListBox
filelist ScrolledListBox"""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixFileSelectBox', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['filelist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'filelist')
self.subwidget_list['filter'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'filter')
self.subwidget_list['selection'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'selection')
def apply_filter(self): # name of subwidget is same as command
self.tk.call(self._w, 'filter')
def invoke(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke')
# Should inherit from a Dialog class
class FileSelectDialog(TixWidget):
"""FileSelectDialog - Motif style file select dialog.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
btns StdButtonBox
fsbox FileSelectBox"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixStdDialogShell
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixFileSelectDialog',
['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['btns'] = _dummyStdButtonBox(self, 'btns')
self.subwidget_list['fsbox'] = _dummyFileSelectBox(self, 'fsbox')
def popup(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popup')
def popdown(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popdown')
class FileEntry(TixWidget):
"""FileEntry - Entry field with button that invokes a FileSelectDialog.
The user can type in the filename manually. Alternatively, the user can
press the button widget that sits next to the entry, which will bring
up a file selection dialog.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
button Button
entry Entry"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixLabelWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixFileEntry',
['dialogtype', 'options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['button'] = _dummyButton(self, 'button')
self.subwidget_list['entry'] = _dummyEntry(self, 'entry')
def invoke(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke')
def file_dialog(self):
# FIXME: return python object
pass
class HList(TixWidget, XView, YView):
"""HList - Hierarchy display widget can be used to display any data
that have a hierarchical structure, for example, file system directory
trees. The list entries are indented and connected by branch lines
according to their places in the hierarchy.
Subwidgets - None"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixHList',
['columns', 'options'], cnf, kw)
def add(self, entry, cnf={}, **kw):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', entry, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def add_child(self, parent=None, cnf={}, **kw):
if parent is None:
parent = ''
return self.tk.call(
self._w, 'addchild', parent, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def anchor_set(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'anchor', 'set', entry)
def anchor_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'anchor', 'clear')
def column_width(self, col=0, width=None, chars=None):
if not chars:
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'column', 'width', col, width)
else:
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'column', 'width', col,
'-char', chars)
def delete_all(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', 'all')
def delete_entry(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', 'entry', entry)
def delete_offsprings(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', 'offsprings', entry)
def delete_siblings(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', 'siblings', entry)
def dragsite_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dragsite', 'set', index)
def dragsite_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dragsite', 'clear')
def dropsite_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dropsite', 'set', index)
def dropsite_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dropsite', 'clear')
def header_create(self, col, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'create', col, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def header_configure(self, col, cnf={}, **kw):
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure(self._w, 'header', 'configure', col)
self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'configure', col,
*self._options(cnf, kw))
def header_cget(self, col, opt):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'cget', col, opt)
def header_exists(self, col):
# A workaround to Tix library bug (issue #25464).
# The documented command is "exists", but only erroneous "exist" is
# accepted.
return self.tk.getboolean(self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'exist', col))
header_exist = header_exists
def header_delete(self, col):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'delete', col)
def header_size(self, col):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'header', 'size', col)
def hide_entry(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'hide', 'entry', entry)
def indicator_create(self, entry, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(
self._w, 'indicator', 'create', entry, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def indicator_configure(self, entry, cnf={}, **kw):
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure(
self._w, 'indicator', 'configure', entry)
self.tk.call(
self._w, 'indicator', 'configure', entry, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def indicator_cget(self, entry, opt):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'indicator', 'cget', entry, opt)
def indicator_exists(self, entry):
return self.tk.call (self._w, 'indicator', 'exists', entry)
def indicator_delete(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'indicator', 'delete', entry)
def indicator_size(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'indicator', 'size', entry)
def info_anchor(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'anchor')
def info_bbox(self, entry):
return self._getints(
self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'bbox', entry)) or None
def info_children(self, entry=None):
c = self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'children', entry)
return self.tk.splitlist(c)
def info_data(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'data', entry)
def info_dragsite(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'dragsite')
def info_dropsite(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'dropsite')
def info_exists(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'exists', entry)
def info_hidden(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'hidden', entry)
def info_next(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'next', entry)
def info_parent(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'parent', entry)
def info_prev(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'prev', entry)
def info_selection(self):
c = self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'selection')
return self.tk.splitlist(c)
def item_cget(self, entry, col, opt):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'item', 'cget', entry, col, opt)
def item_configure(self, entry, col, cnf={}, **kw):
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure(self._w, 'item', 'configure', entry, col)
self.tk.call(self._w, 'item', 'configure', entry, col,
*self._options(cnf, kw))
def item_create(self, entry, col, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(
self._w, 'item', 'create', entry, col, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def item_exists(self, entry, col):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'item', 'exists', entry, col)
def item_delete(self, entry, col):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'item', 'delete', entry, col)
def entrycget(self, entry, opt):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'entrycget', entry, opt)
def entryconfigure(self, entry, cnf={}, **kw):
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure(self._w, 'entryconfigure', entry)
self.tk.call(self._w, 'entryconfigure', entry,
*self._options(cnf, kw))
def nearest(self, y):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'nearest', y)
def see(self, entry):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'see', entry)
def selection_clear(self, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'clear', *self._options(cnf, kw))
def selection_includes(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'includes', entry)
def selection_set(self, first, last=None):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'set', first, last)
def show_entry(self, entry):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'show', 'entry', entry)
class InputOnly(TixWidget):
"""InputOnly - Invisible widget. Unix only.
Subwidgets - None"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixInputOnly', None, cnf, kw)
class LabelEntry(TixWidget):
"""LabelEntry - Entry field with label. Packages an entry widget
and a label into one mega widget. It can be used to simplify the creation
of ``entry-form'' type of interface.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
label Label
entry Entry"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixLabelEntry',
['labelside','options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
self.subwidget_list['entry'] = _dummyEntry(self, 'entry')
class LabelFrame(TixWidget):
"""LabelFrame - Labelled Frame container. Packages a frame widget
and a label into one mega widget. To create widgets inside a
LabelFrame widget, one creates the new widgets relative to the
frame subwidget and manage them inside the frame subwidget.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
label Label
frame Frame"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixLabelFrame',
['labelside','options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
self.subwidget_list['frame'] = _dummyFrame(self, 'frame')
class ListNoteBook(TixWidget):
"""A ListNoteBook widget is very similar to the TixNoteBook widget:
it can be used to display many windows in a limited space using a
notebook metaphor. The notebook is divided into a stack of pages
(windows). At one time only one of these pages can be shown.
The user can navigate through these pages by
choosing the name of the desired page in the hlist subwidget."""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixListNoteBook', ['options'], cnf, kw)
# Is this necessary? It's not an exposed subwidget in Tix.
self.subwidget_list['pane'] = _dummyPanedWindow(self, 'pane',
destroy_physically=0)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['shlist'] = _dummyScrolledHList(self, 'shlist')
def add(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
self.subwidget_list[name] = TixSubWidget(self, name)
return self.subwidget_list[name]
def page(self, name):
return self.subwidget(name)
def pages(self):
# Can't call subwidgets_all directly because we don't want .nbframe
names = self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(self._w, 'pages'))
ret = []
for x in names:
ret.append(self.subwidget(x))
return ret
def raise_page(self, name): # raise is a python keyword
self.tk.call(self._w, 'raise', name)
class Meter(TixWidget):
"""The Meter widget can be used to show the progress of a background
job which may take a long time to execute.
"""
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixMeter',
['options'], cnf, kw)
class NoteBook(TixWidget):
"""NoteBook - Multi-page container widget (tabbed notebook metaphor).
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
nbframe NoteBookFrame
<pages> page widgets added dynamically with the add method"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self,master,'tixNoteBook', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['nbframe'] = TixSubWidget(self, 'nbframe',
destroy_physically=0)
def add(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
self.subwidget_list[name] = TixSubWidget(self, name)
return self.subwidget_list[name]
def delete(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', name)
self.subwidget_list[name].destroy()
del self.subwidget_list[name]
def page(self, name):
return self.subwidget(name)
def pages(self):
# Can't call subwidgets_all directly because we don't want .nbframe
names = self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(self._w, 'pages'))
ret = []
for x in names:
ret.append(self.subwidget(x))
return ret
def raise_page(self, name): # raise is a python keyword
self.tk.call(self._w, 'raise', name)
def raised(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'raised')
class NoteBookFrame(TixWidget):
# FIXME: This is dangerous to expose to be called on its own.
pass
class OptionMenu(TixWidget):
"""OptionMenu - creates a menu button of options.
Subwidget Class
--------- -----
menubutton Menubutton
menu Menu"""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixOptionMenu', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['menubutton'] = _dummyMenubutton(self, 'menubutton')
self.subwidget_list['menu'] = _dummyMenu(self, 'menu')
def add_command(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', 'command', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def add_separator(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', 'separator', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def delete(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', name)
def disable(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'disable', name)
def enable(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'enable', name)
class PanedWindow(TixWidget):
"""PanedWindow - Multi-pane container widget
allows the user to interactively manipulate the sizes of several
panes. The panes can be arranged either vertically or horizontally.The
user changes the sizes of the panes by dragging the resize handle
between two panes.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
<panes> g/p widgets added dynamically with the add method."""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixPanedWindow', ['orientation', 'options'], cnf, kw)
# add delete forget panecget paneconfigure panes setsize
def add(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
self.subwidget_list[name] = TixSubWidget(self, name,
check_intermediate=0)
return self.subwidget_list[name]
def delete(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', name)
self.subwidget_list[name].destroy()
del self.subwidget_list[name]
def forget(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'forget', name)
def panecget(self, entry, opt):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'panecget', entry, opt)
def paneconfigure(self, entry, cnf={}, **kw):
if cnf is None:
return self._getconfigure(self._w, 'paneconfigure', entry)
self.tk.call(self._w, 'paneconfigure', entry, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def panes(self):
names = self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(self._w, 'panes'))
return [self.subwidget(x) for x in names]
class PopupMenu(TixWidget):
"""PopupMenu widget can be used as a replacement of the tk_popup command.
The advantage of the Tix PopupMenu widget is it requires less application
code to manipulate.
Subwidgets Class
---------- -----
menubutton Menubutton
menu Menu"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixShell
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixPopupMenu', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['menubutton'] = _dummyMenubutton(self, 'menubutton')
self.subwidget_list['menu'] = _dummyMenu(self, 'menu')
def bind_widget(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'bind', widget._w)
def unbind_widget(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'unbind', widget._w)
def post_widget(self, widget, x, y):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'post', widget._w, x, y)
class ResizeHandle(TixWidget):
"""Internal widget to draw resize handles on Scrolled widgets."""
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
# There seems to be a Tix bug rejecting the configure method
# Let's try making the flags -static
flags = ['options', 'command', 'cursorfg', 'cursorbg',
'handlesize', 'hintcolor', 'hintwidth',
'x', 'y']
# In fact, x y height width are configurable
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixResizeHandle',
flags, cnf, kw)
def attach_widget(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'attachwidget', widget._w)
def detach_widget(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'detachwidget', widget._w)
def hide(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'hide', widget._w)
def show(self, widget):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'show', widget._w)
class ScrolledHList(TixWidget):
"""ScrolledHList - HList with automatic scrollbars."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledHList', ['options'],
cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class ScrolledListBox(TixWidget):
"""ScrolledListBox - Listbox with automatic scrollbars."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledListBox', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['listbox'] = _dummyListbox(self, 'listbox')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class ScrolledText(TixWidget):
"""ScrolledText - Text with automatic scrollbars."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledText', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['text'] = _dummyText(self, 'text')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class ScrolledTList(TixWidget):
"""ScrolledTList - TList with automatic scrollbars."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledTList', ['options'],
cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['tlist'] = _dummyTList(self, 'tlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class ScrolledWindow(TixWidget):
"""ScrolledWindow - Window with automatic scrollbars."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledWindow', ['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['window'] = _dummyFrame(self, 'window')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class Select(TixWidget):
"""Select - Container of button subwidgets. It can be used to provide
radio-box or check-box style of selection options for the user.
Subwidgets are buttons added dynamically using the add method."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixLabelWidget
def __init__(self, master, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixSelect',
['allowzero', 'radio', 'orientation', 'labelside',
'options'],
cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
def add(self, name, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'add', name, *self._options(cnf, kw))
self.subwidget_list[name] = _dummyButton(self, name)
return self.subwidget_list[name]
def invoke(self, name):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke', name)
class Shell(TixWidget):
"""Toplevel window.
Subwidgets - None"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixShell', ['options', 'title'], cnf, kw)
class DialogShell(TixWidget):
"""Toplevel window, with popup popdown and center methods.
It tells the window manager that it is a dialog window and should be
treated specially. The exact treatment depends on the treatment of
the window manager.
Subwidgets - None"""
# FIXME: It should inherit from Shell
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master,
'tixDialogShell',
['options', 'title', 'mapped',
'minheight', 'minwidth',
'parent', 'transient'], cnf, kw)
def popdown(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popdown')
def popup(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'popup')
def center(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'center')
class StdButtonBox(TixWidget):
"""StdButtonBox - Standard Button Box (OK, Apply, Cancel and Help) """
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixStdButtonBox',
['orientation', 'options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['ok'] = _dummyButton(self, 'ok')
self.subwidget_list['apply'] = _dummyButton(self, 'apply')
self.subwidget_list['cancel'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cancel')
self.subwidget_list['help'] = _dummyButton(self, 'help')
def invoke(self, name):
if name in self.subwidget_list:
self.tk.call(self._w, 'invoke', name)
class TList(TixWidget, XView, YView):
"""TList - Hierarchy display widget which can be
used to display data in a tabular format. The list entries of a TList
widget are similar to the entries in the Tk listbox widget. The main
differences are (1) the TList widget can display the list entries in a
two dimensional format and (2) you can use graphical images as well as
multiple colors and fonts for the list entries.
Subwidgets - None"""
def __init__ (self,master=None,cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixTList', ['options'], cnf, kw)
def active_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'active', 'set', index)
def active_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'active', 'clear')
def anchor_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'anchor', 'set', index)
def anchor_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'anchor', 'clear')
def delete(self, from_, to=None):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'delete', from_, to)
def dragsite_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dragsite', 'set', index)
def dragsite_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dragsite', 'clear')
def dropsite_set(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dropsite', 'set', index)
def dropsite_clear(self):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'dropsite', 'clear')
def insert(self, index, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'insert', index, *self._options(cnf, kw))
def info_active(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'active')
def info_anchor(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'anchor')
def info_down(self, index):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'down', index)
def info_left(self, index):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'left', index)
def info_right(self, index):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'right', index)
def info_selection(self):
c = self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'selection')
return self.tk.splitlist(c)
def info_size(self):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'size')
def info_up(self, index):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'info', 'up', index)
def nearest(self, x, y):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'nearest', x, y)
def see(self, index):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'see', index)
def selection_clear(self, cnf={}, **kw):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'clear', *self._options(cnf, kw))
def selection_includes(self, index):
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'includes', index)
def selection_set(self, first, last=None):
self.tk.call(self._w, 'selection', 'set', first, last)
class Tree(TixWidget):
"""Tree - The tixTree widget can be used to display hierarchical
data in a tree form. The user can adjust
the view of the tree by opening or closing parts of the tree."""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixTree',
['options'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
def autosetmode(self):
'''This command calls the setmode method for all the entries in this
Tree widget: if an entry has no child entries, its mode is set to
none. Otherwise, if the entry has any hidden child entries, its mode is
set to open; otherwise its mode is set to close.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'autosetmode')
def close(self, entrypath):
'''Close the entry given by entryPath if its mode is close.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'close', entrypath)
def getmode(self, entrypath):
'''Returns the current mode of the entry given by entryPath.'''
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'getmode', entrypath)
def open(self, entrypath):
'''Open the entry given by entryPath if its mode is open.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'open', entrypath)
def setmode(self, entrypath, mode='none'):
'''This command is used to indicate whether the entry given by
entryPath has children entries and whether the children are visible. mode
must be one of open, close or none. If mode is set to open, a (+)
indicator is drawn next the entry. If mode is set to close, a (-)
indicator is drawn next the entry. If mode is set to none, no
indicators will be drawn for this entry. The default mode is none. The
open mode indicates the entry has hidden children and this entry can be
opened by the user. The close mode indicates that all the children of the
entry are now visible and the entry can be closed by the user.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'setmode', entrypath, mode)
# Could try subclassing Tree for CheckList - would need another arg to init
class CheckList(TixWidget):
"""The CheckList widget
displays a list of items to be selected by the user. CheckList acts
similarly to the Tk checkbutton or radiobutton widgets, except it is
capable of handling many more items than checkbuttons or radiobuttons.
"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixTree
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixCheckList',
['options', 'radio'], cnf, kw)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
def autosetmode(self):
'''This command calls the setmode method for all the entries in this
Tree widget: if an entry has no child entries, its mode is set to
none. Otherwise, if the entry has any hidden child entries, its mode is
set to open; otherwise its mode is set to close.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'autosetmode')
def close(self, entrypath):
'''Close the entry given by entryPath if its mode is close.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'close', entrypath)
def getmode(self, entrypath):
'''Returns the current mode of the entry given by entryPath.'''
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'getmode', entrypath)
def open(self, entrypath):
'''Open the entry given by entryPath if its mode is open.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'open', entrypath)
def getselection(self, mode='on'):
'''Returns a list of items whose status matches status. If status is
not specified, the list of items in the "on" status will be returned.
Mode can be on, off, default'''
return self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(self._w, 'getselection', mode))
def getstatus(self, entrypath):
'''Returns the current status of entryPath.'''
return self.tk.call(self._w, 'getstatus', entrypath)
def setstatus(self, entrypath, mode='on'):
'''Sets the status of entryPath to be status. A bitmap will be
displayed next to the entry its status is on, off or default.'''
self.tk.call(self._w, 'setstatus', entrypath, mode)
###########################################################################
### The subclassing below is used to instantiate the subwidgets in each ###
### mega widget. This allows us to access their methods directly. ###
###########################################################################
class _dummyButton(Button, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyCheckbutton(Checkbutton, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyEntry(Entry, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyFrame(Frame, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyLabel(Label, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyListbox(Listbox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyMenu(Menu, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyMenubutton(Menubutton, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyScrollbar(Scrollbar, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyText(Text, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyScrolledListBox(ScrolledListBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['listbox'] = _dummyListbox(self, 'listbox')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class _dummyHList(HList, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyScrolledHList(ScrolledHList, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class _dummyTList(TList, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyComboBox(ComboBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, ['fancy',destroy_physically])
self.subwidget_list['label'] = _dummyLabel(self, 'label')
self.subwidget_list['entry'] = _dummyEntry(self, 'entry')
self.subwidget_list['arrow'] = _dummyButton(self, 'arrow')
self.subwidget_list['slistbox'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self,
'slistbox')
try:
self.subwidget_list['tick'] = _dummyButton(self, 'tick')
#cross Button : present if created with the fancy option
self.subwidget_list['cross'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cross')
except TypeError:
# unavailable when -fancy not specified
pass
class _dummyDirList(DirList, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['hlist'] = _dummyHList(self, 'hlist')
self.subwidget_list['vsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'vsb')
self.subwidget_list['hsb'] = _dummyScrollbar(self, 'hsb')
class _dummyDirSelectBox(DirSelectBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyDirList(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['dircbx'] = _dummyFileComboBox(self, 'dircbx')
class _dummyExFileSelectBox(ExFileSelectBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['cancel'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cancel')
self.subwidget_list['ok'] = _dummyButton(self, 'ok')
self.subwidget_list['hidden'] = _dummyCheckbutton(self, 'hidden')
self.subwidget_list['types'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'types')
self.subwidget_list['dir'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'dir')
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['file'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'file')
self.subwidget_list['filelist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'filelist')
class _dummyFileSelectBox(FileSelectBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['dirlist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'dirlist')
self.subwidget_list['filelist'] = _dummyScrolledListBox(self, 'filelist')
self.subwidget_list['filter'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'filter')
self.subwidget_list['selection'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'selection')
class _dummyFileComboBox(ComboBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['dircbx'] = _dummyComboBox(self, 'dircbx')
class _dummyStdButtonBox(StdButtonBox, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
self.subwidget_list['ok'] = _dummyButton(self, 'ok')
self.subwidget_list['apply'] = _dummyButton(self, 'apply')
self.subwidget_list['cancel'] = _dummyButton(self, 'cancel')
self.subwidget_list['help'] = _dummyButton(self, 'help')
class _dummyNoteBookFrame(NoteBookFrame, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=0):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
class _dummyPanedWindow(PanedWindow, TixSubWidget):
def __init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically=1):
TixSubWidget.__init__(self, master, name, destroy_physically)
########################
### Utility Routines ###
########################
#mike Should tixDestroy be exposed as a wrapper? - but not for widgets.
def OptionName(widget):
'''Returns the qualified path name for the widget. Normally used to set
default options for subwidgets. See tixwidgets.py'''
return widget.tk.call('tixOptionName', widget._w)
# Called with a dictionary argument of the form
# {'*.c':'C source files', '*.txt':'Text Files', '*':'All files'}
# returns a string which can be used to configure the fsbox file types
# in an ExFileSelectBox. i.e.,
# '{{*} {* - All files}} {{*.c} {*.c - C source files}} {{*.txt} {*.txt - Text Files}}'
def FileTypeList(dict):
s = ''
for type in dict.keys():
s = s + '{{' + type + '} {' + type + ' - ' + dict[type] + '}} '
return s
# Still to be done:
# tixIconView
class CObjView(TixWidget):
"""This file implements the Canvas Object View widget. This is a base
class of IconView. It implements automatic placement/adjustment of the
scrollbars according to the canvas objects inside the canvas subwidget.
The scrollbars are adjusted so that the canvas is just large enough
to see all the objects.
"""
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
pass
class Grid(TixWidget, XView, YView):
'''The Tix Grid command creates a new window and makes it into a
tixGrid widget. Additional options, may be specified on the command
line or in the option database to configure aspects such as its cursor
and relief.
A Grid widget displays its contents in a two dimensional grid of cells.
Each cell may contain one Tix display item, which may be in text,
graphics or other formats. See the DisplayStyle class for more information
about Tix display items. Individual cells, or groups of cells, can be
formatted with a wide range of attributes, such as its color, relief and
border.
Subwidgets - None'''
# valid specific resources as of Tk 8.4
# editdonecmd, editnotifycmd, floatingcols, floatingrows, formatcmd,
# highlightbackground, highlightcolor, leftmargin, itemtype, selectmode,
# selectunit, topmargin,
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
static= []
self.cnf= cnf
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixGrid', static, cnf, kw)
# valid options as of Tk 8.4
# anchor, bdtype, cget, configure, delete, dragsite, dropsite, entrycget,
# edit, entryconfigure, format, geometryinfo, info, index, move, nearest,
# selection, set, size, unset, xview, yview
def anchor_clear(self):
"""Removes the selection anchor."""
self.tk.call(self, 'anchor', 'clear')
def anchor_get(self):
"Get the (x,y) coordinate of the current anchor cell"
return self._getints(self.tk.call(self, 'anchor', 'get'))
def anchor_set(self, x, y):
"""Set the selection anchor to the cell at (x, y)."""
self.tk.call(self, 'anchor', 'set', x, y)
def delete_row(self, from_, to=None):
"""Delete rows between from_ and to inclusive.
If to is not provided, delete only row at from_"""
if to is None:
self.tk.call(self, 'delete', 'row', from_)
else:
self.tk.call(self, 'delete', 'row', from_, to)
def delete_column(self, from_, to=None):
"""Delete columns between from_ and to inclusive.
If to is not provided, delete only column at from_"""
if to is None:
self.tk.call(self, 'delete', 'column', from_)
else:
self.tk.call(self, 'delete', 'column', from_, to)
def edit_apply(self):
"""If any cell is being edited, de-highlight the cell and applies
the changes."""
self.tk.call(self, 'edit', 'apply')
def edit_set(self, x, y):
"""Highlights the cell at (x, y) for editing, if the -editnotify
command returns True for this cell."""
self.tk.call(self, 'edit', 'set', x, y)
def entrycget(self, x, y, option):
"Get the option value for cell at (x,y)"
if option and option[0] != '-':
option = '-' + option
return self.tk.call(self, 'entrycget', x, y, option)
def entryconfigure(self, x, y, cnf=None, **kw):
return self._configure(('entryconfigure', x, y), cnf, kw)
# def format
# def index
def info_exists(self, x, y):
"Return True if display item exists at (x,y)"
return self._getboolean(self.tk.call(self, 'info', 'exists', x, y))
def info_bbox(self, x, y):
# This seems to always return '', at least for 'text' displayitems
return self.tk.call(self, 'info', 'bbox', x, y)
def move_column(self, from_, to, offset):
"""Moves the range of columns from position FROM through TO by
the distance indicated by OFFSET. For example, move_column(2, 4, 1)
moves the columns 2,3,4 to columns 3,4,5."""
self.tk.call(self, 'move', 'column', from_, to, offset)
def move_row(self, from_, to, offset):
"""Moves the range of rows from position FROM through TO by
the distance indicated by OFFSET.
For example, move_row(2, 4, 1) moves the rows 2,3,4 to rows 3,4,5."""
self.tk.call(self, 'move', 'row', from_, to, offset)
def nearest(self, x, y):
"Return coordinate of cell nearest pixel coordinate (x,y)"
return self._getints(self.tk.call(self, 'nearest', x, y))
# def selection adjust
# def selection clear
# def selection includes
# def selection set
# def selection toggle
def set(self, x, y, itemtype=None, **kw):
args= self._options(self.cnf, kw)
if itemtype is not None:
args= ('-itemtype', itemtype) + args
self.tk.call(self, 'set', x, y, *args)
def size_column(self, index, **kw):
"""Queries or sets the size of the column given by
INDEX. INDEX may be any non-negative
integer that gives the position of a given column.
INDEX can also be the string "default"; in this case, this command
queries or sets the default size of all columns.
When no option-value pair is given, this command returns a tuple
containing the current size setting of the given column. When
option-value pairs are given, the corresponding options of the
size setting of the given column are changed. Options may be one
of the following:
pad0 pixels
Specifies the paddings to the left of a column.
pad1 pixels
Specifies the paddings to the right of a column.
size val
Specifies the width of a column. Val may be:
"auto" -- the width of the column is set to the
width of the widest cell in the column;
a valid Tk screen distance unit;
or a real number following by the word chars
(e.g. 3.4chars) that sets the width of the column to the
given number of characters."""
return self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(self._w, 'size', 'column', index,
*self._options({}, kw)))
def size_row(self, index, **kw):
"""Queries or sets the size of the row given by
INDEX. INDEX may be any non-negative
integer that gives the position of a given row .
INDEX can also be the string "default"; in this case, this command
queries or sets the default size of all rows.
When no option-value pair is given, this command returns a list con-
taining the current size setting of the given row . When option-value
pairs are given, the corresponding options of the size setting of the
given row are changed. Options may be one of the following:
pad0 pixels
Specifies the paddings to the top of a row.
pad1 pixels
Specifies the paddings to the bottom of a row.
size val
Specifies the height of a row. Val may be:
"auto" -- the height of the row is set to the
height of the highest cell in the row;
a valid Tk screen distance unit;
or a real number following by the word chars
(e.g. 3.4chars) that sets the height of the row to the
given number of characters."""
return self.tk.splitlist(self.tk.call(
self, 'size', 'row', index, *self._options({}, kw)))
def unset(self, x, y):
"""Clears the cell at (x, y) by removing its display item."""
self.tk.call(self._w, 'unset', x, y)
class ScrolledGrid(Grid):
'''Scrolled Grid widgets'''
# FIXME: It should inherit -superclass tixScrolledWidget
def __init__(self, master=None, cnf={}, **kw):
static= []
self.cnf= cnf
TixWidget.__init__(self, master, 'tixScrolledGrid', static, cnf, kw)