Source code for gramps.gui.widgets.progressdialog

# Gramps - a GTK+/GNOME based genealogy program
# Copyright (C) 2010 Brian G. Matherly
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This module provides a progress dialog for displaying the status of 
long running operations.
from __future__ import print_function
# Standard python modules
import time
from gramps.gen.const import GRAMPS_LOCALE as glocale
_ = glocale.translation.gettext
import logging
log = logging.getLogger("gen.progressdialog")

# GTK modules
from gi.repository import GObject
from gi.repository import Gtk

# Gramps modules
from gramps.gen.utils.callback import Callback

# LongOpStatus
[docs]class LongOpStatus(Callback): """ LongOpStatus provides a way of communicating the status of a long running operations. The intended use is that when a long running operation is about to start it should create an instance of this class and emit it so that any listeners can pick it up and use it to record the status of the operation. **Signals** * op-heartbeat - emitted every 'interval' calls to heartbeat. * op-end - emitted once when the operation completes. Example usage:: class MyClass(Callback): __signals__ = { 'op-start' : object } def long(self): status = LongOpStatus("doing long job", 100, 10) for i in xrange(0,99): time.sleep(0.1) status.heartbeat() status.end() class MyListener(object): def __init__(self): self._op = MyClass() self._op.connect('op-start', self.start) self._current_op = None def start(self,long_op): self._current_op.connect('op-heartbeat', self.heartbeat) self._current_op.connect('op-end', self.stop) def hearbeat(self): # update status display def stop(self): # close the status display self._current_op = None """ __signals__ = { 'op-heartbeat' : None, 'op-end' : None } def __init__(self, msg="", total_steps=None, interval=1, can_cancel=False): """ :param msg: A Message to indicated the purpose of the operation. :type msg: string :param total_steps: The total number of steps that the operation will perform. :type total_steps: :param interval: The number of iterations between emissions. :type interval: :param can_cancel: Set to True if the operation can be cancelled. If this is set the operation that creates the status object should check the 'should_cancel' method regularly so that it can cancel the operation. :type can_cancel: """ Callback.__init__(self) self._msg = msg self._total_steps = total_steps # don't allow intervals less that 1 self._interval = max(interval, 1) self._can_cancel = can_cancel self._cancel = False self._count = 0 self._countdown = interval self._secs_left = 0 self._start = time.time() self._running = True def __del__(self): if self._running: self.emit('op-end')
[docs] def heartbeat(self): """This should be called for each step in the operation. It will emit a 'op-heartbeat' every 'interval' steps. It recalcuates the 'estimated_secs_to_complete' from the time taken for previous steps. """ self._countdown -= 1 if self._countdown <= 0: elapsed = time.time() - self._start self._secs_left = \ ( elapsed / self._interval ) \ * (self._total_steps - self._count) self._count += self._interval self._countdown = self._interval self._start = time.time() self.emit('op-heartbeat')
[docs] def step(self): """ Convenience function so LongOpStatus can be used as a ProgressBar if set up correctly """ self.heartbeat()
[docs] def estimated_secs_to_complete(self): """ Return the number of seconds estimated left before operation completes. This will change as 'hearbeat' is called. :returns: estimated seconds to complete. :rtype: int """ return self._secs_left
[docs] def was_cancelled(self): """ Has this process been cancelled? """ return self._cancel
[docs] def cancel(self): """ Inform the operation that it should complete. """ self._cancel = True self.end()
[docs] def end(self): """ End the operation. Causes the 'op-end' signal to be emitted. """ self.emit('op-end') self._running = False
[docs] def should_cancel(self): """ Return true of the user has asked for the operation to be cancelled. :returns: True of the operation should be cancelled. :rtype: bool """ return self._cancel
[docs] def can_cancel(self): """ :returns: True if the operation can be cancelled. :rtype: bool """ return self._can_cancel
[docs] def get_msg(self): """ :returns: The current status description messages. :rtype: string """ return self._msg
[docs] def set_msg(self, msg): """ Set the current description message. :param msg: The description message. :type msg: string """ self._msg = msg
[docs] def get_total_steps(self): """ Get to total number of steps. NOTE: this is not the number of times that the 'op-heartbeat' message will be emited. 'op-heartbeat' is emited get_total_steps/interval times. :returns: total number of steps. :rtype: int """ return self._total_steps
[docs] def get_interval(self): """ Get the interval between 'op-hearbeat' signals. :returns: the interval between 'op-hearbeat' signals. :rtype: int """ return self._interval #------------------------------------------------------------------------- # # _StatusObjectFacade # #-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class _StatusObjectFacade(object): """ This provides a simple structure for recording the information needs about a status object. """ def __init__(self, status_obj, heartbeat_cb_id=None, end_cb_id=None): """ :param status_obj: :type status_obj: :class:`.LongOpStatus` :param heartbeat_cb_id: (default: None) :type heartbeat_cb_id: int :param end_cb_id: (default: None) :type end_cb_id: int """ self.status_obj = status_obj self.heartbeat_cb_id = heartbeat_cb_id self.end_cb_id = end_cb_id self.pbar_idx = None = False #------------------------------------------------------------------------- # # ProgressMonitor # #-------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs]class ProgressMonitor(object): """ A dialog for displaying the status of long running operations. It will work with :class:`.LongOpStatus` objects to track the progress of long running operations. If the operations is going to take longer than *popup_time* it will pop up a dialog with a progress bar so that the user gets some feedback about what is happening. """ __default_popup_time = 5 # seconds def __init__(self, dialog_class, dialog_class_params=(), title=_("Progress Information"), popup_time = None): """ :param dialog_class: A class used to display the progress dialog. :type dialog_class: GtkProgressDialog or the same interface. :param dialog_class_params: A tuple that will be used as the initial arguments to the dialog_class, this might be used for passing in a parent window handle. :type dialog_class_params: tuple :param title: The title of the progress dialog :type title: string :param popup_time: number of seconds to wait before popup. :type popup_time: int """ self._dialog_class = dialog_class self._dialog_class_params = dialog_class_params self._title = title self._popup_time = popup_time if self._popup_time is None: self._popup_time = self.__class__.__default_popup_time self._status_stack = [] # list of current status objects self._dlg = None def _get_dlg(self): if self._dlg is None: self._dlg = self._dialog_class(self._dialog_class_params, self._title) return self._dlg
[docs] def add_op(self, op_status): """ Add a new status object to the progress dialog. :param op_status: the status object. :type op_status: :class:`.LongOpStatus` """ log.debug("adding op to Progress Monitor") facade = _StatusObjectFacade(op_status) self._status_stack.append(facade) idx = len(self._status_stack)-1 # wrap up the op_status object idx into the callback calls def heartbeat_cb(): self._heartbeat(idx) def end_cb(): self._end(idx) facade.heartbeat_cb_id = op_status.connect('op-heartbeat', heartbeat_cb) facade.end_cb_id = op_status.connect('op-end', end_cb)
def _heartbeat(self, idx): # check the estimated time to complete to see if we need # to pop up a progress dialog. log.debug("heartbeat in ProgressMonitor") if idx >= len(self._status_stack): # this item has been cancelled return facade = self._status_stack[idx] if facade.status_obj.estimated_secs_to_complete() > self._popup_time: = True if dlg = self._get_dlg() if facade.pbar_idx is None: facade.pbar_idx = dlg.add(facade.status_obj) dlg.step(facade.pbar_idx) def _end(self, idx): # hide any progress dialog # remove the status object from the stack log.debug("received end in ProgressMonitor") if idx >= len(self._status_stack): # this item has been cancelled return while idx < len(self._status_stack) - 1: self._end(len(self._status_stack) - 1) facade = self._status_stack[idx] if dlg = self._get_dlg() if len(self._status_stack) == 1: dlg.hide() dlg.remove(facade.pbar_idx) facade.status_obj.disconnect(facade.heartbeat_cb_id) facade.status_obj.disconnect(facade.end_cb_id) del self._status_stack[idx] if len(self._status_stack) == 0 and self._dlg: self._dlg.close() #------------------------------------------------------------------------- # # _GtkProgressBar # #-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class _GtkProgressBar(Gtk.VBox): """ This widget displays the progress bar and labels for a progress indicator. It provides an interface to updating the progress bar. """ def __init__(self, long_op_status): """ :param long_op_status: the status of the operation. :type long_op_status: :class:`.LongOpStatus` """ GObject.GObject.__init__(self) msg = long_op_status.get_msg() self._old_val = -1 self._lbl = Gtk.Label(label=msg) self._lbl.set_use_markup(True) #self.set_border_width(24) self._pbar = Gtk.ProgressBar() self._hbox = Gtk.HBox() # Only display the cancel button is the operation # can be canceled. if long_op_status.can_cancel(): self._cancel = Gtk.Button(stock=Gtk.STOCK_CANCEL) self._cancel.connect("clicked", lambda x: long_op_status.cancel()) self._hbox.pack_end(self._cancel, False, True, 0) self._hbox.pack_start(self._pbar, True, True, 0) self.pack_start(self._lbl, False, False, 0) self.pack_start(self._hbox, False, False, 0) self._pbar_max = (long_op_status.get_total_steps()/ long_op_status.get_interval()) self._pbar_index = 0.0 self._pbar.set_fraction(((100/float(long_op_status.get_total_steps())* float(long_op_status.get_interval())))/ 100.0) if msg != '': def step(self): """ Move the progress bar on a step. """ self._pbar_index = self._pbar_index + 1.0 if self._pbar_index > self._pbar_max: self._pbar_index = self._pbar_max try: val = int(100*self._pbar_index/self._pbar_max) except ZeroDivisionError: val = 0 if val != self._old_val: self._pbar.set_text("%d%%" % val) self._pbar.set_fraction(val/100.0) self._pbar.old_val = val #------------------------------------------------------------------------- # # GtkProgressDialog # #-------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs]class GtkProgressDialog(Gtk.Dialog): """ A gtk window to display the status of a long running process. """ def __init__(self, window_params, title): """ :param title: The title to display on the top of the window. :type title: string """ #GObject.GObject.__init__(self, *window_params) GObject.GObject.__init__(self) if len(window_params) >= 2: self.set_transient_for(window_params[1]) if len(window_params) >= 3: flags = window_params[2] if Gtk.DialogFlags.MODAL & flags: self.set_modal(True) if Gtk.DialogFlags.DESTROY_WITH_PARENT & flags: self.set_destroy_with_parent(True) if len(window_params) >= 4: self.add_buttons(window_params[3:]) self.connect('delete_event', self._warn) self.set_title(title) #self.set_resize_mode(Gtk.RESIZE_IMMEDIATE) self._progress_bars = []
[docs] def add(self, long_op_status): """ Add a new status object to the progress dialog. :param long_op_status: the status object. :type long_op_status: :class:`.LongOpStatus` :returns: a key that can be used as the ``pbar_idx`` to the other methods. :rtype: int """ pbar = _GtkProgressBar(long_op_status) self.vbox.pack_start(pbar, False, False, 0) # this seems to cause an infinite loop: #self.resize_children() self._progress_bars.append(pbar) # This is a bad idea; could cause deletes while adding: #self._process_events() return len(self._progress_bars)-1
[docs] def remove(self, pbar_idx): """ Remove the specified status object from the progress dialog. :param pbar_idx: the index as returned from :meth:`add` :type pbar_idx: int """ if pbar_idx is not None: pbar = self._progress_bars[pbar_idx] self.vbox.remove(pbar) del self._progress_bars[pbar_idx]
[docs] def step(self, pbar_idx): """ Click the progress bar over to the next value. Be paranoid and insure that it doesn't go over 100%. :param pbar_idx: the index as returned from :meth:`add` :type pbar_idx: int """ if pbar_idx < len(self._progress_bars): self._progress_bars[pbar_idx].step() self._process_events()
def _process_events(self): while Gtk.events_pending(): Gtk.main_iteration()
[docs] def show(self): """ Show the dialog and process any events. """ self._process_events()
[docs] def hide(self): """ Hide the dialog and process any events. """ Gtk.Dialog.hide(self) self._process_events()
def _warn(self, x, y): return True
[docs] def close(self): self.destroy()
if __name__ == '__main__': def test(a, b): d = ProgressMonitor(GtkProgressDialog) s = LongOpStatus("Doing very long operation", 100, 10, can_cancel=True) d.add_op(s) for i in range(0, 99): if s.should_cancel(): break time.sleep(0.1) if i == 30: t = LongOpStatus("doing a shorter one", 100, 10, can_cancel=True) d.add_op(t) for j in range(0, 99): if s.should_cancel(): t.cancel() break if t.should_cancel(): break time.sleep(0.1) t.heartbeat() if not t.was_cancelled(): t.end() if i == 60: t = LongOpStatus("doing another shorter one", 100, 10) d.add_op(t) for j in range(0, 99): if s.should_cancel(): t.cancel() break time.sleep(0.1) t.heartbeat() t.end() s.heartbeat() if not s.was_cancelled(): s.end() w = Gtk.Window(Gtk.WindowType.TOPLEVEL) w.connect('destroy', Gtk.main_quit) button = Gtk.Button("Test") button.connect("clicked", test, None) w.add(button) Gtk.main() print('done')