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output_window.py

00001 """
Copyright (c) 2009-2010 Marian Tietz
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"""

import gtk
import gobject

from .output_textview import OutputTextView

from math import ceil

00035 class OutputWindow(gtk.ScrolledWindow):

      """ A gtk.ScrolledWindow with a TextView inside of it.

            This widget watches for autoscrolling and
            adjusts the scrollbar on size-allocations.

            This widget is supposed to be hold by a OutputShell.
      """

      __gtype_name__ = "OutputWindow"

      # overload show
      def do_show(self):
            gtk.ScrolledWindow.do_show(self)
            self.textview.show()

      def __init__(self):
            gtk.ScrolledWindow.__init__(self)

            self.set_properties(
                  hscrollbar_policy = gtk.POLICY_AUTOMATIC,
                  vscrollbar_policy = gtk.POLICY_AUTOMATIC,
                          shadow_type = gtk.SHADOW_ETCHED_IN )

            self.textview = OutputTextView()
            self.auto_scroll = True

            self.add(self.textview)

            self.old_allocation = self.get_allocation()

            # XXX: redundant code, see main.py::setup_mainWindow
            def kill_mod1_scroll_cb(w,e):
                  if e.state & gtk.gdk.MOD1_MASK:
                        w.emit_stop_by_name("scroll-event")

            self.connect("scroll-event", kill_mod1_scroll_cb)

            def size_allocate_cb(win, alloc):
                  """ Called when the window has a new size.
                        If the new size differs from the old size,
                        determine if we wanted to be at the bottom
                        (auto_scroll = True) and scroll down.
                  """
                  if alloc.height != self.old_allocation.height:

                        if self.auto_scroll:

                              def doit():
                                    self.textview.scroll_to_bottom(no_smooth = True)
                                    return False

                              gobject.idle_add(doit)

                  self.old_allocation = alloc

            self.connect("size-allocate", size_allocate_cb)

            def value_changed_cb(sbar):
                  """ Called if the scrollbar value has changed.

                        If the scrollbar is at the bottom,
                        set auto_scroll to True.

                        If we're in the middle of a smooth scrolling
                        action, and self.auto_scroll is True, it will
                        be True after all.

                        In all other cases, we don't want auto scroll
                        anymore.
                  """

                  def idle_handler_cb():
                        adjust = sbar.get_property("adjustment")

                        if (self.auto_scroll
                        and self.textview.is_smooth_scrolling()):

                              # XXX: instead of setting, ignore this completely.
                              self.auto_scroll = True

                        elif ceil(adjust.upper - adjust.page_size) \
                         == ceil(sbar.get_value()):

                              self.auto_scroll = True

                        else:
                              self.auto_scroll = False

                        return False

                  # XXX:  maybe one can get rid of this if using connect_after
                  # XXX:: instead of connect
                  gobject.idle_add(idle_handler_cb)

            def doit():
                  self.get_vscrollbar().connect("value-changed", value_changed_cb)
            gobject.idle_add(doit)


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