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A CommandTool that uses Pyface's undo/redo infrastructure to create undoable
resize commands.

from traits.api import Bool, Tuple

from import ResizeTool

from .command_tool import BaseCommandTool
from .commands import ResizeCommand

[docs]class ResizeCommandTool(ResizeTool, BaseCommandTool): """ Resize tool which pushes ResizeCommands onto a CommandStack This tool pushes a single ResizeCommand onto its CommandStack at the end of the drag operation. If the drag is cancelled, then no command is issued, and no commands are issued during the drag operation. """ # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 'ResizeCommandTool' interface # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- #: Whether or not subsequent moves can be merged with this one. mergeable = Bool #: The initial component position. _initial_rectangle = Tuple(0, 0, 0, 0) # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 'DragTool' interface # -------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs] def drag_start(self, event): if self.component is not None: # we need to save the initial position to give to the Command self._initial_rectangle = tuple( self.component.position + self.component.bounds ) result = super().drag_start(event) return result
[docs] def drag_end(self, event): """ End the drag operation, issuing a ResizeCommands """ if self.component is not None: command = self.command( component=self.component, new_rectangle=tuple( self.component.position + self.component.bounds ), previous_rectangle=self._initial_rectangle, final=True, ) self.command_stack.push(command) event.handled = True return super().drag_end(event) return True
[docs] def drag_cancel(self, event): """ Restore the component's position if the drag is cancelled. A drag is usually cancelled by receiving a mouse_leave event when `end_drag_on_leave` is True, or by the user pressing any of the `cancel_keys`. """ if self.component is not None: self.component.position = list(self._initial_rectangle) event.handled = True return True
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Trait handlers # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- def _command_default(self): return ResizeCommand