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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-


    Delegates, which combine some UI, some signals, some signal handlers, and
    some properties,

    :copyright: 2009-2010 by pygtkhelpers Authors
    :license: LGPL2 or later

import os
import sys
import pkgutil

import gobject, gtk

from .utils import gsignal

def get_first_builder_window(builder):
    """Get the first toplevel widget in a gtk.Builder hierarchy.

    This is mostly used for guessing purposes, and an explicit naming is
    always going to be a better situation.
    for obj in builder.get_objects():
        if isinstance(obj, gtk.Window):
            # first window
            return obj

class BaseDelegate(gobject.GObject):
    """Base delegate functionality.

    This is abstract.

    It uses hand-created, and gtk.Builder created ui's, and combinations of the
    two, and is responsible for automatically loading ui files from resources,
    and connecting signals.

    Additionally, it is a gobject.GObject subclass, and so can be used with the
    gsignal, and gproperty functions from pygtkhelpers.utils in order to add
    property and signal functionality.

    The abstract elements of this class are:

        1. The way it gets a toplevel widget from a ui file
        2. How it creates a default toplevel widget if one was not found in the
           ui file, or no ui file is specified.

    builder_file = None
    builder_path = None
    toplevel_name = 'main'
    builder_file_patterns = [
        #this should be the default
        # commonly used in applications like for example pida

    #XXX: should those get self.model as extra parameter?
    # they get the delegate, so its there as delegate.model

    # (attribute, value)
    gsignal('model-updated', object, object) # one should emit that when changing the models

    def __init__(self):
        self._props = {}
        self._toplevel = None
        self.slaves = []
        if self._toplevel is None:
            self._toplevel = self.create_default_toplevel()
        self.widget = self._toplevel
        self.model = None

    # Public API
    def get_builder_toplevel(self, builder):
        """Get the toplevel widget from a gtk.Builder file.
        raise NotImplementedError

    def create_default_toplevel(self):
        raise NotImplementedError

    def create_ui(self):
        """Create any UI by hand.

        Override to create additional UI here.

        This can contain any instance initialization, so for example mutation of
        the gtk.Builder generated UI, or creating the UI in its entirety.

    def model_set(self):
        """This method is called when the model is changed
    def add_slave(self, slave, container_name):
        """Add a slave delegate
        cont = getattr(self, container_name, None)
        if cont is None:
            raise AttributeError(
                'Container name must be a member of the delegate')
        return slave

    def show(self):
        """Call show_all on the toplevel widget"""

    def hide(self):
        """Call hide on the toplevel widget"""

    def show_and_run(self):
        """Show the main widget and run the gtk loop"""

    def hide_and_quit(self):
        """Hide the widget and quit the main loop"""

    def _load_builder(self):
        builder = gtk.Builder()
        if self.builder_path:
            if not os.path.exists(self.builder_path):
                raise LookupError(self.__class__, self.builder_path)
        elif self.builder_file:

            #XXX: more sensible selection!!
            data = None
            for type in self.__class__.__mro__:
                for pattern in self.builder_file_patterns:
                    file = pattern % self.builder_file
                        data = pkgutil.get_data(type.__module__, file)
                    except (IOError, ImportError):
                if data:
            if not data: #XXX: better debugging of the causes?
                raise LookupError(self.__class__, self.builder_file)

        else: return
        self._toplevel = self.get_builder_toplevel(builder)
        for obj in builder.get_objects():
            setattr(self, gtk.Buildable.get_name(obj), obj)

    def _connect_signals(self):
        for name in self._get_all_handlers():

    def _parse_signal_handler(self, name):
        signal_type, widget_signal = name.split('_', 1)
        widget_name, signal_name = widget_signal.split('__')
        return signal_type, widget_name, signal_name

    def _connect_signal(self, name):
        method = getattr(self, name)
        signal_type, widget_name, signal_name = self._parse_signal_handler(name)
        widget = getattr(self, widget_name, None)
        if widget is None:
            raise LookupError('Widget named %s is not available.'%widget_name )
        if signal_type == 'on':
            widget.connect(signal_name, method)
        elif signal_type == 'after':
            widget.connect_after(signal_name, method)

    def _get_all_handlers(self):
        for name in dir(self):
            if ((name.startswith('on_') or
                    name.startswith('after_')) and
                    '__' in  name):
                yield name

    def _get_prop_handler(self, propname, action):
        return getattr(self, '%s_property_%s' % (action, propname), None)

    def set_model(self, model):
        self._model = model

    def get_model(self):
        return self._model

    model = property(get_model, set_model)

    # Private glib API for simple property handling
    def do_get_property(self, prop):
        call = self._get_prop_handler(, 'get')
        if call is not None:
            return call()
            return self._props.get(, prop.default_value)

    def do_set_property(self, prop, value):
        call = self._get_prop_handler(, 'set')
        if call is not None:
            self._props[] = value

class SlaveView(BaseDelegate):
    """A View that is a slave"""

    def get_builder_toplevel(self, builder):
        """Get the toplevel widget from a gtk.Builder file.

        The slave view implementation first searches for the widget named as
        self.toplevel_name (which defaults to "main". If this is missing, the
        first toplevel widget is discovered in the Builder file, and it's
        immediate child is used as the toplevel widget for the delegate.
        toplevel = builder.get_object(self.toplevel_name)
        if toplevel is None:
            toplevel = get_first_builder_window(builder).child
        if toplevel is not None:
        return toplevel

    def create_default_toplevel(self):
        return gtk.VBox()

    def show_and_run(self):
        """Show the main widget in a window and run the gtk loop"""
        self.display_widget = gtk.Window()

class ToplevelView(BaseDelegate):
    """A View that is a toplevel widget"""

    def get_builder_toplevel(self, builder):
        """Get the toplevel widget from a gtk.Builder file.

        The main view implementation first searches for the widget named as
        self.toplevel_name (which defaults to "main". If this is missing, or not
        a gtk.Window, the first toplevel window found in the gtk.Builder is
        toplevel = builder.get_object(self.toplevel_name)
        if not gobject.type_is_a(toplevel, gtk.Window):
            toplevel = None
        if toplevel is None:
            toplevel = get_first_builder_window(builder)
        return toplevel

    def create_default_toplevel(self):
        return gtk.Window()

class WindowView(ToplevelView):
    """A View that is a Window"""
    def set_title(self, title):