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Moises Henriquez  committed 1c7c70e

Restructured source tree

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File .hgignore

-# use glob syntax.
-syntax: glob
-*.pyc
-*~
 #!/usr/bin/env python
 
-import os
-import sys
+__all__ = ['vectorlinux',
+		'ui']
 
-modules/__init__.py
-modules/support/__init__.py
-modules/support/widgets.py

File build/PKGBUILD

-# Contributor: pierce.jason [VL7]
-
-pkgname=vasm
-pkgver=3.0.98.0
-#pkgver=3.0.99.9
-pkgrel=1
-pkgdesc="Vectorlinux's Administration & System Menu (Alpha release). 
-System configuration tool for both TUI and GUI. Complete rewrite of 
-vasm with goals such as to provide greater modularity for 
-maintainability, better support for localization and 
-internationalization, and tighter integration with the distro 
-installer and with the system its self. The prior vasm has been 
-renamed and moved to vasm-legacy and will remain installed on the 
-system for your convenience."
-arch=('any')
-url="https://bitbucket.org/m0e_lnx/vasm/wiki"
-license=('GPL')
-depends=( 'python' 'urwid' 'pyparted' 'python-pexpect' 'psutil' 'vasm-legacy' )
-#ADDRB="urwid, pyparted, python-pexpect, psutil, vasm-legacy"
-ADDRB="urwid, pyparted, python-pexpect, psutil"
-optdepends=(	"gparted: Not yet in 64bit repo"
-		"vasm-legacy: The tried and true bash vasm") # Manually mirror to slack-suggests
-backup=("etc/sudoers.d/vasm")
-changelog="slack-changes"
-_hgrepo="pierce_jason"
-#_hgrepo="m0e_lnx"
-source=("https://bitbucket.org/$_hgrepo/vasm/get/$pkgver.tar.bz2"
-	"sudoers.d-vasm"
-	"vasm.desktop"
-	"vasm-tui.desktop")
-sha256sums=('ed8f036dadec3d9b1d2d1e58b316c05dd46e3b410817b449bccc1556b25fb9de'
-            'f3cf56b9a9e8578176ca64d5c69e2d8ddec4aa24a9278167a85d9bf915f21bab'
-            'cd5f2fd8ea9f73680683bdb1cae9857a2c02697efcdb54be8848a53d01ac94c1'
-            '5615e41705b84bf180ed95d6308db8b7a818ea153302bbcf3be12839b698e11a')
-build() {
-	python -m compileall .; # Pre-generate .pyc files.
-}
-package() {
-	cd $srcdir/$_hgrepo-$pkgname-$pkgver;
-	
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/usr/share/$pkgname-$pkgver;	
-	cp *.{py,pyc} $pkgdir/usr/share/$pkgname-$pkgver/;
-	cp -a modules $pkgdir/usr/share/$pkgname-$pkgver/
-	
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/usr/bin;
-	install -m755 vasm $pkgdir/usr/bin/;
-	
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/usr/doc/$pkgname-$pkgver;
-	cp *.txt $pkgdir/usr/doc/$pkgname-$pkgver;
-	cp -a AUTHORS COPYING ChangeLog Credits MANIFEST README TODO \
-		$pkgdir/usr/doc/$pkgname-$pkgver/ 2>/dev/null || true;
-
-
-	cd $srcdir;
-	install -d -m700 $pkgdir/etc/sudoers.d
-	install -m400 sudoers.d-vasm $pkgdir/etc/sudoers.d/
-	
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/usr/share/applications;
-	cp *.desktop $pkgdir/usr/share/applications/;
-}
-
-cat > /dev/null << 'EndofComment' 
-package() {
-	cd "$srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver"
-	python setup.py install --root="$pkgdir/" --optimize=1;
-}
-EndofComment

File build/PKGBUILD.devel

-# Contributor: pierce.jason [VL7]
-
-pkgname=pyVasm-devel
-pkgver=0.0.99
-pkgrel=1
-pkgdesc="Update helper for pyVasm development tree."
-arch=('any')
-url="https://bitbucket.org/m0e_lnx/vasm/"
-license=('GPL')
-depends=('mercurial' 'urwid' 'pyparted' 'python-pexpect' 'psutil' 'sh' )
-ADDRB='mercurial, urwid, pyparted, python-pexpect, psutil, sh'
-install=
-options=(emptydirs)
-source=("pyVasm-helper.sh")
-sha256sums=('64fbf66e34676a8a4365b48555a9b5773fad2b9f992ec30a2e3613e5b2b075d6')
-
-package() {
-	cd $srcdir
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/opt/$pkgname;
-	mkdir -p $pkgdir/usr/bin
-	
-	chmod 755 pyVasm-helper.sh;
-	cp pyVasm-helper.sh $pkgdir/usr/bin/;
-	ln -s /usr/bin/pyVasm-helper.sh $pkgdir/usr/bin/pyVasm
-}

File build/slack-changes

-* 7.0-noarch-3vl70
-	- Remove etc/sudoers for real this time. Forgot to do the rm on 2vl70.
-	- (* Note prior changes *)
-* 7.0-noarch-2vl70
-	- Fix sudo misconfiguration leading to local privilege escalation. Sudo access to vasm changed from group "users" to group "sys".
-	- Removed etc/sudoers file from package.
-	- Moved sudo configs related to this package into etc/sudoers.d/vasm
-	- (* Security fix *)
-	- pkg://vlconfig2
-	- http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2011-FAKECVE
-	- http://helic.wholebean.info/~pierce.jason/sudoers-vuln.txt

File build/slack-suggests

-gparted
-vasm-legacy

File build/sudoers.d-vasm

-# sudoers.d-vasm-0.2
-Cmnd_Alias VASM-LEGACY=/bin/vasm-legacy,/sbin/vasm-legacy,/sbin/vlapt
-Cmnd_Alias VASM=/usr/bin/vasm
-
-# Anyone in the group 'adm'(administrative special privs) can run some programs with a password.
-%adm ALL=VASM,VASM-LEGACY,HW2

File build/vasm-devel.sh

-#!/bin/sh
-SELF=$(basename $0 | cut -d. -f1)
-helper_ver="0.1"
-
-usage() {
-cat <<HELP
-$SELF - Update helper for ${pkgname%-devel} development tree.
-Handles update checking and launches ${pkgname%-devel}. Any options after a double
-dash -- are passed unmodified to the ${pkgname%-devel} subprocess.
-ver. $helper_ver
-
-Usage: $SELF [-u] [-h]
-Usage: $SELF [-a] [-l] [VASM UI] -- [VASM OPTS]
-
-Options:
-	-a, --alternate_source <mercurial repo>
-		Use alternate source repo for updates.
-		Default: $hg_url
-		NOTE: Option not current implemented.
-	-h,  --help
-		Output this help message.
-	-l, --library
-		Start helper in shell library mode. Do not run any functions.
-		Allow functions and variables to be sourced into an
-		interactive POSIX environment.
-	-u, --update
-		Run update checks then exit.	
-		
-VASM UI selects the user interface. If not specified, auto-selection is
-based on presence of running Xorg(env DISPLAY). Usually resulting in GUI.
-
-Valid VASM UI choices:
-	tui
-		Text user interface, utilizing urwid display toolkit.
-	gui
-		Graphical user interface, utilizing gtk display toolkit.
-HELP
-}
-
-
-#####################  Configuration  #####################
-
-pkgname="vasm-devel"
-pkgdir="/opt/$pkgname" # Location of files on disk
-hg_url="https://bitbucket.org/m0e_lnx/vasm" # Where to clone/pullfrom
-change_file=".hg/last_pull" # File for checking last pull
-update_timeframe="4"; # 4 days between update checks
-	
-#####################  Functions  #####################
-
-# Ensures directory exists and repo has been cloned.
-startup_verification() {
-	if [ ! -d "$pkgdir" ]; then
-		echo "Directory $pkgdir does not exist.";
-		echo -e "This should have been created by package install.\nExiting.";	
-		exit;
-	fi;
-	
-	cd $pkgdir;
-	
-	if [ ! -d "$pkgdir/.hg" ]; then
-		echo "Directory $pkgdir/.hg does not exist.";
-		echo "Devel repo not initialized. Cloning now.";
-		
-		hg clone $hg_url $pkgdir/; local hg_ret=$?;
-		touch_change_file $hg_ret;
-	fi;
-}
-
-# List files changed since last update.
-# Run between pull and update commands.
-show_changed() {
-	hg status --rev . --rev tip;
-}
-
-# Update the timestamp on our change_file.
-# First check if any problems pulling (hg_ret).
-touch_change_file() {
-	local hg_ret=$1;
-
-	if [ "$hg_ret" -gt "0" ]; then
-		echo "Problem pulling updates. hg returned status $hg_ret";
-		exit 1;
-	else
-		# 'Touch' the change_file.
-		echo "Do not remove." > $pkgdir/$change_file; 
-	fi;
-}
-
-# See if our check_file dates indicate a need to update.
-# Turn dates 2011-10-18* into 20111018 for doing math.
-# Prompt before checking for updates.
-need_updates() {
-	local last_pull;
-	local today;
-	local difference;
-	
-	if [ -f $pkgdir/$change_file ]; then
-		last_pull=$( stat -c%y $pkgdir/$change_file | cut -d " " -f1 | sed "s/-//g" );
-	else
-		get_updates;
-		return;
-	fi;
-	
-	today=$( date +%F | sed "s/-//g" );
-	difference=$(( $today - $last_pull ));
-	if [ "$difference" -gt "$update_timeframe" ]; then
-		echo "Time to check for updates. Run \`hg pull\` now? [Y/n]";
-		read confirm;
-		if [ "$confirm" != "n" ]; then
-			get_updates;
-			return;
-		else
-			echo "Update check aborted. You can do this at any time by running \`hg pull && hg update\`.";
-			return;
-		fi;
-	else
-		echo "Less than $update_timeframe days since last check. Not doing automatic update.";
-		echo "You can force update at any time by running \`$SELF -u\`.";
-	fi;
-}
-
-# Pull and display updates. Update change_file timestamp.
-# Prompt before merging updates into filesystem.
-get_updates() {
-	hg pull; local hg_ret=$?;
-	touch_change_file $hg_ret;
-	show_changed;
-	echo "Merge these changes? [Y/n]";
-	read confirm;
-	if [ "$confirm" != "n" ]; then
-		hg update;
-	else
-		echo "Merge aborted. You can do this at any time by running \`hg update\`.";
-	fi;
-}
-
-choose_ui() {
-	local ui_choice;
-	local ui_command;
-	
-	if [ -z "$1" ]; then
-		if [ -z "$DISPLAY" ]; then
-			ui_choice="tui";
-		else
-			ui_choice="gui";
-		fi;
-	else
-		ui_choice="$1";
-	fi;
-	
-	case "$1" in
-		tui	) ;;
-		gui	) ;;
-		*	) echo "Unknown ui selected: $ui_choice. If this is really what you want, try passing it directly to ${pkgname%-devel}."
-	esac;
-	
-	echo "Running ${pkgname%-devel} with selected UI: $ui_choice." > /dev/stderr;
-	echo $ui_command;
-}
-
-main() {
-	local ui_cmd;
-	
-	# Make sure we have a directory and a repo in place.
-	startup_verification;
-	
-	# Check timestamps to see if we need to try to update.
-	need_updates;	
-	
-	ui_cmd=$( choose_ui $1 );
-	
-	echo "python2 $ui_cmd";
-	python2 $ui_cmd;
-	exit 0;
-}
-
-#####################  Dispatcher code	#####################
-
-if [ -z "$1" ]; then
-	main;
-fi;
-
-until [ -z "$1" ]; do
-	case "$1" in
-		-a | --alternate_source ) hg_url="$2"; shift;;
-		-l | --library ) DO='';;
-		-u | --update ) startup_verification; DO="get_updates";;
-		-h | --help | -* ) usage; exit;;
-		* ) DO="main $1";;
-	esac;
-	shift;
-done;
-
-eval "$DO";

File build/vasm-tui.desktop

-[Desktop Entry]
-Comment[en_US]=VASM Text User Interface
-Comment=VASM Text User Interface
-Exec=/usr/bin/vasm -i tui
-GenericName[en_US]=VL Administration & System Menu
-GenericName=VL Administration & System Menu
-Icon=package-utilities
-MimeType=
-Name[en_US]=VASM (TUI)
-Name=VASM (TUI)
-Path=
-StartupNotify=true
-Terminal=true
-TerminalOptions=
-Type=Application
-Categories=Application;System;Utilities
-X-DBUS-ServiceName=
-X-DBUS-StartupType=
-X-KDE-SubstituteUID=false
-X-KDE-Username=

File build/vasm.desktop

-[Desktop Entry]
-Comment[en_US]=VASM Graphical User Interface
-Comment=VASM Graphical User Interface
-Exec=/usr/bin/vasm
-GenericName[en_US]=VL Administration & System Menu
-GenericName=VL Administration & System Menu
-Icon=package-utilities
-MimeType=
-Name[en_US]=VASM (GUI)
-Name=VASM (GUI)
-Path=
-StartupNotify=true
-Terminal=false
-TerminalOptions=
-Type=Application
-Categories=Application;System;Utilities
-X-DBUS-ServiceName=
-X-DBUS-StartupType=
-X-KDE-SubstituteUID=false
-X-KDE-Username=

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File data/servicehelp.txt

+System Services Configuration
+===================
+
+Use this screen to configure which
+services should run on each run level.
+
+System run levels.
+------------------
+2) - Text mode single user.
+3) - Text mode server (multi user)
+4) - Graphical single user mode
+5) - Graphical server (multi-user)

File data/setup_logging.sh

+#!/bin/sh
+logFile="/var/log/vasm.log";
+
+in_use() {
+	local property;
+	property=$1;
+	usingProperty=$( grep -I $property /etc/syslog.conf | sed "s/#.*$//" | sed '/^$/d' | wc -l );
+	if [ "$usingProperty" -gt "0" ]; then
+		# This property is in use.
+		echo true;
+	fi;
+}
+
+syslog_payload() {
+	local facility;
+	local payload;
+	facility=$1;
+	cat <<EOF
+
+# Vasm centralized logging to facility $facility.
+$facility.*					-$logFile
+EOF
+}
+	
+
+usingVasm=$( in_use "$logFile" );
+if [ $usingVasm ]; then
+	# Vasm logging already setup
+	echo "Logging already configured for $logFile."
+	echo "Doing nothing.";
+	exit 0;
+else
+	echo "Logging not configured for $logFile.";
+	echo "Configuring in /etc/syslog.conf.";
+	usingLocal0=$( in_use "local0" );
+	if [ $usingLocal0 ]; then
+		# Something else is using 'local0'
+		echo "Logging facility 'local0' already in use."
+		echo "Checking for 'local1' now.";
+		usingLocal1=$( in_use "local1" );
+		if [ $usingLocal1 ]; then
+			# Something else is using 'local1';
+			echo "Logging facility 'local1' already in use.";
+			echo "Aborting configuration of /etc/syslog.conf.";
+			echo "Please configure manually for vasm logging.";
+		else
+			# We can use 'local1'.
+			facility="local1";
+		fi;
+	else
+		# We can use 'local0'.
+		facility="local0";
+	fi;
+	
+	# Write our conf lines to syslog config file.
+	syslog_payload $facility >> /etc/syslog.conf;
+	echo "Configured with facility=$facility logfile=$logFile.";
+fi;

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File mkit.py

-# mkit, a collection of handy things
-
-# Copyright (C) 2010 Matthew McGowan
-#
-# Authors:
-#   Matthew McGowan
-#
-# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
-# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
-# (at your option) any later version.
-#
-# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
-# GNU General Public License for more details.
-#
-# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-# along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
-
-
-import atk
-import gtk
-import cairo
-import pango
-import gobject as GObject
-import pangocairo
-from math import pi, cos, sin
-
-from mkit_themes import Color, ThemeRegistry
-
-import logging
-
-
-#######################
-### HANDY FUNCTIONS ###
-#######################
-
-# color coversion functions
-def color_from_gdkcolor(gdkcolor):
-    return Color(gdkcolor.red_float, gdkcolor.green_float, gdkcolor.blue_float)
-
-def color_from_string(spec):
-    gdkcolor = gtk.gdk.color_parse(spec)
-    return Color(gdkcolor.red_float, gdkcolor.green_float, gdkcolor.blue_float)
-
-def floats_from_gdkcolor(gdkcolor):
-    return gdkcolor.red_float, gdkcolor.green_float, gdkcolor.blue_float
-
-def floats_from_gdkcolor_with_alpha(gdkcolor, a):
-    r, g, b = floats_from_gdkcolor(gdkcolor)
-    return r, g, b, a
-
-def floats_from_string(spec):
-    color = gtk.gdk.color_parse(spec)
-    return color.red_float, color.green_float, color.blue_float
-
-def floats_from_string_with_alpha(spec, a):
-    r, g, b = floats_from_string(spec)
-    return r, g, b, a
-
-def get_gtk_color_scheme_dict():
-    # Color names as provided by gtk.Settings:
-    # Note: Not all Gtk themes support this method of color retrieval!
-
-    # 'tooltip_fg_color'
-    # 'fg_color'
-    # 'base_color'
-    # 'selected_bg_color'
-    # 'selected_fg_color'
-    # 'text_color'
-    # 'bg_color'
-    # 'tooltip_bg_color'
-
-    scheme_str = gtk.settings_get_default().get_property("gtk-color-scheme")
-    d = {}
-    lines = scheme_str.splitlines()
-    if not lines: return
-
-    for ln in lines:
-        try:
-            k, v = ln.split(':')
-            d[k.strip()] = v.strip()
-        except:
-            pass
-    return d
-
-def get_em_value():
-    # calc the width of a wide character, use as 1em
-    w = gtk.Window()
-    pc = w.get_pango_context()
-    l = pango.Layout(pc)
-    # 'M' is wide
-    l.set_markup('M')
-    return l.get_pixel_extents()[1][2]
-
-def get_nearest_stock_size(desired_size):
-    stock_sizes = (16, 24, 32, 48, 64, 84)
-    desired_to_stock_ratios = []
-
-    # first divide the desired icon size by each of the stock sizes
-    for size in stock_sizes:
-        desired_to_stock_ratios.append(desired_size / float(size))
-
-    # then choose the stock size whose desired_to_stock ratio is nearest to 1
-    best_ratio = 1
-    best_size = 0
-    for i, ratio in enumerate(desired_to_stock_ratios):
-        proximity_to_one = abs(1 - ratio)
-        if proximity_to_one < best_ratio:
-            best_size = stock_sizes[i]
-            best_ratio = proximity_to_one
-
-    return best_size
-
-def not_overlapping(widget_area, expose_area):
-    return gtk.gdk.region_rectangle(expose_area).rect_in(widget_area) == gtk.gdk.OVERLAP_RECTANGLE_OUT
-
-
-
-#######################
-### HANDY CONSTANTS ###
-#######################
-
-# pi constants
-PI =            pi
-PI_OVER_180 =   pi / 180
-
-# shapes constants
-SHAPE_RECTANGLE =   0
-SHAPE_START_ARROW = 1   
-SHAPE_MID_ARROW =   2
-SHAPE_END_CAP =     3
-SHAPE_CIRCLE =      4
-
-# active paint modes
-ACTIVE_PAINT_MODE_NORMAL =  0
-ACTIVE_PAINT_MODE_DEEP =    1
-
-# the em value
-EM = get_em_value()
-
-# recommended border metrics (integers)
-BORDER_WIDTH_XLARGE = max(5, int(1.333*EM+0.5))  
-BORDER_WIDTH_LARGE =    max(3, EM)
-BORDER_WIDTH_MED =      max(2, int(0.666*EM+0.5))
-BORDER_WIDTH_SMALL =    max(1, int(0.333*EM+0.5))
-
-# recommended spacings between elements
-SPACING_XLARGE      = max(5, int(1.333*EM+0.5))    
-SPACING_LARGE       = max(3, EM)
-SPACING_MED         = max(2, int(0.666*EM+0.5))
-SPACING_SMALL       = max(1, int(0.333*EM+0.5))
-
-# recommended corner radius
-CORNER_RADIUS = 0
-LINK_ACTIVE_COLOR = '#FF0000'   # red
-
-
-
-# DEBUGGING
-#print '\n* MKIT METRICS'
-#print '1EM:', EM
-#print 'BORDER_WIDTH_L:',BORDER_WIDTH_LARGE
-#print 'BORDER_WIDTH_M:',BORDER_WIDTH_MED
-#print 'BORDER_WIDTH_S:', BORDER_WIDTH_SMALL
-
-#print 'SPACING_L:', SPACING_LARGE
-#print 'SPACING_M:', SPACING_MED
-#print 'SPACING_S:', SPACING_SMALL
-
-#print 'CORNER_R:', CORNER_RADIUS
-
-
-
-##############################
-### ANOTHER HANDY FUNCTION ###
-##############################
-
-def update_em_metrics():
-    # if the gtk-font-name changes, this can be called to update
-    # all em dependent metrics
-    global EM
-    if EM == get_em_value(): return
-    EM = get_em_value()
-
-    global BORDER_WIDTH_LARGE, BORDER_WIDTH_MED, BORDER_WIDTH_SMALL
-    BORDER_WIDTH_LARGE =    max(3, EM)
-    BORDER_WIDTH_MED =      max(2, int(0.666*EM+0.5))
-    BORDER_WIDTH_SMALL =    max(1, int(0.333*EM+0.5))
-
-    # recommended spacings between elements
-    global SPACING_LARGE, SPACING_MED, SPACING_SMALL
-    SPACING_LARGE =         max(3, EM)
-    SPACING_MED =           max(2, int(0.666*EM+0.5))
-    SPACING_SMALL =         max(1, int(0.333*EM+0.5))
-
-    # recommended corner radius
-    global CORNER_RADIUS
-    CORNER_RADIUS =         max(2, int(0.333*EM+0.5))
-
-
-    # DEBUGGING
-    #print '\n* METRICS'
-    #print '1EM:', EM
-    #print 'BORDER_WIDTH_L:',BORDER_WIDTH_LARGE
-    #print 'BORDER_WIDTH_M:',BORDER_WIDTH_MED
-    #print 'BORDER_WIDTH_S:', BORDER_WIDTH_SMALL
-
-    #print 'SPACING_L:', SPACING_LARGE
-    #print 'SPACING_M:', SPACING_MED
-    #print 'SPACING_S:', SPACING_SMALL
-
-    #print 'CORNER_R:', CORNER_RADIUS
-    return
-
-
-
-# cache theme as much as possible to help speed things up
-CACHED_THEME = None
-CACHED_THEME_NAME = None
-
-def get_mkit_theme():
-    global CACHED_THEME, CACHED_THEME_NAME
-
-    name = gtk.settings_get_default().get_property("gtk-theme-name")
-
-    if name != CACHED_THEME_NAME or not CACHED_THEME:
-        CACHED_THEME = Style()
-        CACHED_THEME_NAME = name
-        return CACHED_THEME
-
-    return CACHED_THEME
-
-def radian(deg):
-    return PI_OVER_180 * deg
-
-
-
-#####################
-### HANDY CLASSES ###
-#####################
-
-
-class Shape:
-
-    """ Base class for a Shape implementation.
-
-        Currently implements a single method <layout> which is called
-        to layout the shape using cairo paths.  It can also store the
-        'direction' of the shape which should be on of the gtk.TEXT_DIR
-        constants.  Default 'direction' is gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR.
-
-        When implementing a Shape, there are two options available.
-
-        If the Shape is direction dependent, the Shape MUST
-        implement <_layout_ltr> and <_layout_rtl> methods.
-        
-        If the Shape is not direction dependent, then it simply can
-        override the <layout> method.
-
-        <layout> methods must take the following as arguments:
-
-        cr :    a CairoContext
-        x  :    x coordinate
-        y  :    y coordinate
-        w  :    width value
-        h  :    height value
-
-        <layout> methods can then be passed Shape specific
-        keyword arguments which can be used as draw-time modifiers.
-    """
-
-    def __init__(self, direction):
-        self.direction = direction
-        return
-
-    def layout(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        if self.direction != gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL:
-            self._layout_ltr(cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs)
-        else:
-            self._layout_rtl(cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs)
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeRoundedRectangle(Shape):
-
-    """
-        RoundedRectangle lays out a rectangle with all four corners
-        rounded as specified at the layout call by the keyword argument:
-
-        radius :    an integer or float specifying the corner radius.
-                    The radius must be > 0.
-
-        RoundedRectangle is not direction sensitive.
-    """
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def layout(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        r = kwargs['radius']
-
-        cr.new_sub_path()
-        cr.arc(r+x, r+y, r, PI, 270*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.arc(w-r, r+y, r, 270*PI_OVER_180, 0)
-        cr.arc(w-r, h-r, r, 0, 90*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.arc(r+x, h-r, r, 90*PI_OVER_180, PI)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeRoundedRectangleIrregular(Shape):
-
-    """
-        RoundedRectangleIrregular lays out a rectangle for which each
-        individual corner can be rounded by a specific radius,
-        as specified at the layout call by the keyword argument:
-
-        radii : a 4-tuple of ints or floats specifying the radius for
-                each corner.  A value of 0 is acceptable as a radius, it
-                will result in a squared corner.
-
-        RoundedRectangleIrregular is not direction sensitive.
-    """
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def layout(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        nw, ne, se, sw = kwargs['radii']
-
-        cr.save()
-        cr.translate(x, y)
-        if nw:
-            cr.new_sub_path()
-            cr.arc(nw, nw, nw, PI, 270 * PI_OVER_180)
-        else:
-            cr.move_to(0, 0)
-        if ne:
-            cr.arc(w-ne, ne, ne, 270 * PI_OVER_180, 0)
-        else:
-            cr.rel_line_to(w-nw, 0)
-        if se:
-            cr.arc(w-se, h-se, se, 0, 90 * PI_OVER_180)
-        else:
-            cr.rel_line_to(0, h-ne)
-        if sw:
-            cr.arc(sw, h-sw, sw, 90 * PI_OVER_180, PI)
-        else:
-            cr.rel_line_to(-(w-se), 0)
-
-        cr.close_path()
-        cr.restore()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeStartArrow(Shape):
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def _layout_ltr(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        aw = kwargs['arrow_width']
-        r = kwargs['radius']
-
-        cr.new_sub_path()
-        cr.arc(r+x, r+y, r, PI, 270*PI_OVER_180)
-        # arrow head
-        cr.line_to(w-aw, y)
-        cr.line_to(w-x+1, (h+y)/2)
-        cr.line_to(w-aw, h)
-        cr.arc(r+x, h-r, r, 90*PI_OVER_180, PI)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-    def _layout_rtl(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        aw = kwargs['arrow_width']
-        r = kwargs['radius']
-
-        cr.new_sub_path()
-        cr.move_to(x, (h+y)/2)
-        cr.line_to(aw, y)
-        cr.arc(w-r, r+y, r, 270*PI_OVER_180, 0)
-        cr.arc(w-r, h-r, r, 0, 90*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.line_to(aw, h)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeMidArrow(Shape):
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def _layout_ltr(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        aw = kwargs['arrow_width']
-
-        cr.move_to(x, y)
-        # arrow head
-        cr.line_to(w-aw, y)
-        cr.line_to(w-x+1, (h+y)/2)
-        cr.line_to(w-aw, h)
-        cr.line_to(x, h)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-    def _layout_rtl(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        aw = kwargs['arrow_width']
-
-        cr.move_to(x, (h+y)/2)
-        cr.line_to(aw, y)
-        cr.line_to(w, y)
-        cr.line_to(w, h)
-        cr.line_to(aw, h)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeEndCap(Shape):
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def _layout_ltr(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        r = kwargs['radius']
-        aw = kwargs['arrow_width']
-
-        cr.move_to(x-1, y)
-        cr.arc(w-r, r+y, r, 270*PI_OVER_180, 0)
-        cr.arc(w-r, h-r, r, 0, 90*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.line_to(x-1, h)
-        cr.line_to(x+aw, (h+y)/2)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-    def _layout_rtl(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        r = kwargs['radius']
-
-        cr.arc(r+x, r+y, r, PI, 270*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.line_to(w, y)
-        cr.line_to(w, h)
-        cr.arc(r+x, h-r, r, 90*PI_OVER_180, PI)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeCircle(Shape):
-
-    def __init__(self, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        Shape.__init__(self, direction)
-        return
-
-    def layout(self, cr, x, y, w, h, *args, **kwargs):
-        cr.new_path()
-
-        r = min(w, h)*0.5
-        x += int((w-2*r)/2)
-        y += int((h-2*r)/2)
-
-        cr.arc(r+x, r+y, r, 0, 360*PI_OVER_180)
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class ShapeStar(Shape):
-
-    def __init__(self, points, indent=0.61, direction=gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR):
-        self.coords = self._calc_coords(points, 1-indent)
-
-    def _calc_coords(self, points, indent):
-        coords = []
-        step = radian(180.0/points)
-
-        for i in range(2*points):
-            if i%2:
-                x = (sin(step*i)+1)*0.5
-                y = (cos(step*i)+1)*0.5
-            else:
-                x = (sin(step*i)*indent+1)*0.5
-                y = (cos(step*i)*indent+1)*0.5
-
-            coords.append((x,y))
-        return coords
-
-    def layout(self, cr, x, y, w, h):
-        points = map(lambda (sx,sy): (sx*w+x,sy*h+y), self.coords)
-        cr.move_to(*points[0])
-
-        for p in points[1:]:
-            cr.line_to(*p)
-
-        cr.close_path()
-        return
-
-
-class Style:
-
-    def __init__(self):
-        self.shape_map = self._load_shape_map()
-        gtk_settings = gtk.settings_get_default()
-
-        self.theme = self._load_theme(gtk_settings)
-        self.theme.build_palette(gtk_settings)
-
-        self.properties = self.theme.get_properties(gtk_settings)
-        self.gradients = self.theme.get_grad_palette()
-        self.dark_line = self.theme.get_dark_line_palette()
-        self.light_line = self.theme.get_light_line_palette()
-        self.text = self.theme.get_text_palette()
-        self.text_states = self.theme.get_text_states()
-        self.base_color = None
-        return
-
-    def __getitem__(self, item):
-        if self.properties.has_key(item):
-            return self.properties[item]
-        logging.warn('Key does not exist in the style profile: %s' % item)
-        return None
-
-    def __setitem__(self, item, value):
-        if self.properties.has_key(item):
-            self.properties[item] = value
-            return
-        logging.warn('Key does not exist in the style profile: %s' % item)
-        return None
-
-    def _load_shape_map(self):
-        if gtk.widget_get_default_direction() != gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL:
-            shmap = {SHAPE_RECTANGLE:   ShapeRoundedRectangle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_START_ARROW: ShapeStartArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_MID_ARROW:   ShapeMidArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_END_CAP:     ShapeEndCap(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_CIRCLE :     ShapeCircle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR)}
-        else:
-            shmap = {SHAPE_RECTANGLE:   ShapeRoundedRectangle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_START_ARROW: ShapeStartArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_MID_ARROW:   ShapeMidArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_END_CAP:     ShapeEndCap(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_CIRCLE :     ShapeCircle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL)}
-        return shmap
-
-    def _load_theme(self, gtksettings):
-        name = gtksettings.get_property("gtk-theme-name")
-        r = ThemeRegistry()
-        return r.retrieve(name)
-
-    def set_direction(self, direction):
-        if direction != gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL:
-            shmap = {SHAPE_RECTANGLE:   ShapeRoundedRectangle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_START_ARROW: ShapeStartArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_MID_ARROW:   ShapeMidArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_END_CAP:     ShapeEndCap(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR),
-                     SHAPE_CIRCLE :     ShapeCircle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_LTR)}
-        else:
-            shmap = {SHAPE_RECTANGLE:   ShapeRoundedRectangle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_START_ARROW: ShapeStartArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_MID_ARROW:   ShapeMidArrow(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_END_CAP:     ShapeEndCap(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL),
-                     SHAPE_CIRCLE :     ShapeCircle(gtk.TEXT_DIR_RTL)}
-        self.shape_map = shmap
-        return
-
-    def paint_bg_flat(self, cr, part, x, y, w, h, sxO=0, alpha=1.0):
-        shape = self.shape_map[part.shape]
-        state = part.state
-        curv = self["curvature"]
-        aw = self["arrow-width"]
-
-        cr.save()
-
-        cr.rectangle(x, y, w, h)
-        cr.clip()
-        cr.translate(x-sxO, y)
-
-        # bg linear vertical gradient
-        color1, color2 = self.gradients[state]
-
-        shape.layout(cr, 0, 0, w, h, arrow_width=aw, radius=curv)
-        lin = cairo.LinearGradient(0, 0, 0, h)
-        r, g, b = color1.floats()
-        lin.add_color_stop_rgba(0.0, r, g, b, alpha)
-        r, g, b = color2.floats()
-        lin.add_color_stop_rgba(1.0, r, g, b, alpha)
-
-        cr.set_source(lin)
-        cr.fill()
-
-        cr.restore()
-        return
-
-    def paint_bg(self, cr, part, x, y, w, h, sxO=0, alpha=1.0):
-        shape = self.shape_map[part.shape]
-        state = part.state
-        curv = self["curvature"]
-        aw = self["arrow-width"]
-
-        cr.save()
-        cr.rectangle(x, y, w+1, h)
-
-        cr.clip()
-        cr.translate(x-sxO, y)
-
-        # bg linear vertical gradient
-        color1, color2 = self.gradients[state]
-
-        shape.layout(cr, 1, 1, w, h-1, arrow_width=aw, radius=curv)
-        lin = cairo.LinearGradient(0, 0, 0, h)
-        r, g, b = color1.floats()
-        lin.add_color_stop_rgba(0.0, r, g, b, alpha)
-        r, g, b = color2.floats()
-        lin.add_color_stop_rgba(1.0, r, g, b, alpha)
-
-        cr.set_source(lin)
-        cr.fill()
-
-        cr.translate(0.5, 0.5)
-        cr.set_line_width(1.0)
-
-        # strong outline
-        r, g, b = self.dark_line[state].floats()
-        shape.layout(cr, 0, 0, w-1, h-1, arrow_width=aw, radius=curv)
-        cr.set_source_rgba(r, g, b, alpha)
-        cr.stroke_preserve()
-        cr.set_source_rgba(r, g, b, 0.3*alpha)
-        cr.stroke()
-
-        # inner bevel/highlight
-        shape.layout(cr, 1, 1, w-2, h-2, arrow_width=aw, radius=curv-1)
-        if part.state != gtk.STATE_ACTIVE:
-            r, g, b = self.light_line[state].floats()
-            lin = cairo.LinearGradient(0, 0, 0, h)
-            lin.add_color_stop_rgba(0.0, r, g, b, 0.7*alpha)
-            lin.add_color_stop_rgba(1.0, r, g, b, 0.1)
-            cr.set_source(lin)
-            cr.stroke()
-        else:
-            r, g, b = self.dark_line[state].floats()
-            alpha *= 0.23
-            cr.set_source_rgba(r, g