Source code for pyface.workbench.i_editor

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""" The interface of a workbench editor. """

import uuid


from traits.api import (
    Any,
    Bool,
    Event,
    VetoableEvent,
    Vetoable,
    Instance,
)
from traits.api import provides


from .i_workbench_part import IWorkbenchPart, MWorkbenchPart


[docs]class IEditor(IWorkbenchPart): """ The interface of a workbench editor. """ # The optional command stack. command_stack = Instance("pyface.undo.api.ICommandStack") # Is the object that the editor is editing 'dirty' i.e., has it been # modified but not saved? dirty = Bool(False) # The object that the editor is editing. # # The framework sets this when the editor is created. obj = Any() # Editor Lifecycle Events ---------------------------------------------# # Fired when the editor is closing. closing = VetoableEvent() # Fired when the editor is closed. closed = Event() # Methods -------------------------------------------------------------#
[docs] def close(self): """ Close the editor. This method is not currently called by the framework itself as the user is normally in control of the editor lifecycle. Call this if you want to control the editor lifecycle programmatically. """
[docs]@provides(IEditor) class MEditor(MWorkbenchPart): """ Mixin containing common code for toolkit-specific implementations. """ # 'IEditor' interface -------------------------------------------------# # The optional command stack. command_stack = Instance("pyface.undo.api.ICommandStack") # Is the object that the editor is editing 'dirty' i.e., has it been # modified but not saved? dirty = Bool(False) # The object that the editor is editing. # # The framework sets this when the editor is created. obj = Any() # Editor Lifecycle Events ---------------------------------------------# # Fired when the editor is opening. opening = VetoableEvent() # Fired when the editor has been opened. open = Event() # Fired when the editor is closing. closing = Event(VetoableEvent) # Fired when the editor is closed. closed = Event() # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # 'object' interface. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ def __str__(self): """ Return an informal string representation of the object. """ return "Editor(%s)" % self.id # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # 'IWorkbenchPart' interface. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ def _id_default(self): """ Trait initializer. """ # If no Id is specified then use a random uuid # this gaurantees (barring *really* unusual cases) that there are no # collisions between the ids of editors. return uuid.uuid4().hex # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # 'IEditor' interface. # ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs] def close(self): """ Close the editor. """ if self.control is not None: self.closing = event = Vetoable() if not event.veto: self.window.close_editor(self) self.closed = True return
# Initializers --------------------------------------------------------- def _command_stack_default(self): """ Trait initializer. """ # We make sure the undo package is entirely optional. try: from pyface.undo.api import CommandStack except ImportError: return None return CommandStack(undo_manager=self.window.workbench.undo_manager)