Source code for enable.abstract_overlay

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""" Abstract base class for overlays.

This class is primarily used so that tools can easily distinguish between
items underneath them.

from traits.api import Instance

from .component import Component

[docs]class AbstractOverlay(Component): """ The base class for overlays and underlays of the area. The only default additional feature of an overlay is that it implements an overlay() drawing method that overlays this component on top of another, without the components necessarily having an object containment-ownership relationship. """ # The component that this object overlays. This can be None. By default, if # this object is called to draw(), it tries to render onto this component. component = Instance(Component) # The default layer that this component draws into. draw_layer = "overlay" # The background color (overrides PlotComponent). # Typically, an overlay does not render a background. bgcolor = "transparent" # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- # Abstract methods (to be implemented by subclasses) # ----------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs] def overlay(self, other_component, gc, view_bounds=None, mode="normal"): """ Draws this component overlaid on another component. """ # Subclasses should implement this method. pass
def _do_layout(self, component=None): """ Called by do_layout() to do an actual layout call; it bypasses some additional logic to handle null bounds and setting **_layout_needed**. """ pass # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- # Concrete methods / reimplementations of Component methods # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- # Implement __init__ so `component` trait can be passed as a positional arg def __init__(self, component=None, **kw): if component is not None: kw["component"] = component super().__init__(**kw)
[docs] def do_layout(self, size=None, force=False, component=None): """ Tells this component to do a layout at a given size. This differs from the superclass Component.do_layout() in that it accepts an optional **component** argument. """ if self.layout_needed or force: if size is not None: self.bounds = size self._do_layout(component) self._layout_needed = False for underlay in self.underlays: if underlay.visible or underlay.invisible_layout: underlay.do_layout(component) for overlay in self.overlays: if overlay.visible or overlay.invisible_layout: overlay.do_layout(component)
def _draw(self, gc, view_bounds=None, mode="normal"): """ Draws the component, paying attention to **draw_order**. Overrides Component. """ if self.component is not None: self.overlay(self.component, gc, view_bounds, mode) def _request_redraw(self): """ Overrides Enable Component. """ if self.component is not None: self.component.request_redraw() super()._request_redraw()