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#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Name:         masked.ipaddrctrl.py
# Authors:      Will Sadkin
# Email:        wsadkin@nameconnector.com
# Created:      02/11/2003
# Copyright:    (c) 2003 by Will Sadkin, 2003
# RCS-ID:       $Id: ipaddrctrl.py 29787 2004-10-11 22:13:18Z RD $
# License:      wxWidgets license
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# NOTE:
#   Masked.IpAddrCtrl is a minor modification to masked.TextCtrl, that is
#   specifically tailored for entering IP addresses.  It allows for
#   right-insert fields and provides an accessor to obtain the entered
#   address with extra whitespace removed.
#
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------
"""
Provides a smart text input control that understands the structure and
limits of IP Addresses, and allows automatic field navigation as the
user hits '.' when typing.
"""

import  wx, types, string
from wx.lib.masked import BaseMaskedTextCtrl

# jmg 12/9/03 - when we cut ties with Py 2.2 and earlier, this would
# be a good place to implement the 2.3 logger class
from wx.tools.dbg import Logger
##dbg = Logger()
##dbg(enable=0)

class IpAddrCtrlAccessorsMixin:
    """
    Defines IpAddrCtrl's list of attributes having their own
    Get/Set functions, exposing only those that make sense for
    an IP address control.
    """

    exposed_basectrl_params = (
        'fields',
        'retainFieldValidation',
        'formatcodes',
        'fillChar',
        'defaultValue',
        'description',

        'useFixedWidthFont',
        'signedForegroundColour',
        'emptyBackgroundColour',
        'validBackgroundColour',
        'invalidBackgroundColour',

        'emptyInvalid',
        'validFunc',
        'validRequired',
        )

    for param in exposed_basectrl_params:
        propname = param[0].upper() + param[1:]
        exec('def Set%s(self, value): self.SetCtrlParameters(%s=value)' % (propname, param))
        exec('def Get%s(self): return self.GetCtrlParameter("%s")''' % (propname, param))

        if param.find('Colour') != -1:
            # add non-british spellings, for backward-compatibility
            propname.replace('Colour', 'Color')

            exec('def Set%s(self, value): self.SetCtrlParameters(%s=value)' % (propname, param))
            exec('def Get%s(self): return self.GetCtrlParameter("%s")''' % (propname, param))


class IpAddrCtrl( BaseMaskedTextCtrl, IpAddrCtrlAccessorsMixin ):
    """
    This class is a particular type of MaskedTextCtrl that accepts
    and understands the semantics of IP addresses, reformats input
    as you move from field to field, and accepts '.' as a navigation
    character, so that typing an IP address can be done naturally.
    """



    def __init__( self, parent, id=-1, value = '',
                  pos = wx.DefaultPosition,
                  size = wx.DefaultSize,
                  style = wx.TE_PROCESS_TAB,
                  validator = wx.DefaultValidator,
                  name = 'IpAddrCtrl',
                  setupEventHandling = True,        ## setup event handling by default
                  **kwargs):

        if not kwargs.has_key('mask'):
           kwargs['mask'] = mask = "###.###.###.###"
        if not kwargs.has_key('formatcodes'):
            kwargs['formatcodes'] = 'F_Sr<>'
        if not kwargs.has_key('validRegex'):
            kwargs['validRegex'] = "(  \d| \d\d|(1\d\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5]))(\.(  \d| \d\d|(1\d\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5]))){3}"


        BaseMaskedTextCtrl.__init__(
                self, parent, id=id, value = value,
                pos=pos, size=size,
                style = style,
                validator = validator,
                name = name,
                setupEventHandling = setupEventHandling,
                **kwargs)


        # set up individual field parameters as well:
        field_params = {}
        field_params['validRegex'] = "(   |  \d| \d |\d  | \d\d|\d\d |\d \d|(1\d\d|2[0-4]\d|25[0-5]))"

        # require "valid" string; this prevents entry of any value > 255, but allows
        # intermediate constructions; overall control validation requires well-formatted value.
        field_params['formatcodes'] = 'V'

        if field_params:
            for i in self._field_indices:
                self.SetFieldParameters(i, **field_params)

        # This makes '.' act like tab:
        self._AddNavKey('.', handler=self.OnDot)
        self._AddNavKey('>', handler=self.OnDot)    # for "shift-."


    def OnDot(self, event):
        """
        Defines what action to take when the '.' character is typed in the
        control.  By default, the current field is right-justified, and the
        cursor is placed in the next field.
        """
##        dbg('IpAddrCtrl::OnDot', indent=1)
        pos = self._adjustPos(self._GetInsertionPoint(), event.GetKeyCode())
        oldvalue = self.GetValue()
        edit_start, edit_end, slice = self._FindFieldExtent(pos, getslice=True)
        if not event.ShiftDown():
            if pos > edit_start and pos < edit_end:
                # clip data in field to the right of pos, if adjusting fields
                # when not at delimeter; (assumption == they hit '.')
                newvalue = oldvalue[:pos] + ' ' * (edit_end - pos) + oldvalue[edit_end:]
                self._SetValue(newvalue)
                self._SetInsertionPoint(pos)
##        dbg(indent=0)
        return self._OnChangeField(event)



    def GetAddress(self):
        """
        Returns the control value, with any spaces removed.
        """
        value = BaseMaskedTextCtrl.GetValue(self)
        return value.replace(' ','')    # remove spaces from the value


    def _OnCtrl_S(self, event):
##        dbg("IpAddrCtrl::_OnCtrl_S")
        if self._demo:
            print "value:", self.GetAddress()
        return False

    def SetValue(self, value):
        """
        Takes a string value, validates it for a valid IP address,
        splits it into an array of 4 fields, justifies it
        appropriately, and inserts it into the control.
        Invalid values will raise a ValueError exception.
        """
##        dbg('IpAddrCtrl::SetValue(%s)' % str(value), indent=1)
        if type(value) not in (types.StringType, types.UnicodeType):
##            dbg(indent=0)
            raise ValueError('%s must be a string', str(value))

        bValid = True   # assume True
        parts = value.split('.')

        if len(parts) != 4:
            bValid = False
        else:
            for i in range(4):
                part = parts[i]
                if not 0 <= len(part) <= 3:
                    bValid = False
                    break
                elif part.strip():  # non-empty part
                    try:
                        j = string.atoi(part)
                        if not 0 <= j <= 255:
                            bValid = False
                            break
                        else:
                            parts[i] = '%3d' % j
                    except:
                        bValid = False
                        break
                else:
                    # allow empty sections for SetValue (will result in "invalid" value,
                    # but this may be useful for initializing the control:
                    parts[i] = '   '    # convert empty field to 3-char length

        if not bValid:
##            dbg(indent=0)
            raise ValueError('value (%s) must be a string of form n.n.n.n where n is empty or in range 0-255' % str(value))
        else:
##            dbg('parts:', parts)
            value = string.join(parts, '.')
            BaseMaskedTextCtrl.SetValue(self, value)
##        dbg(indent=0)

__i=0
## CHANGELOG:
## ====================
##  Version 1.2
##  1. Fixed bugs involving missing imports now that these classes are in
##     their own module.
##  2. Added doc strings for ePyDoc.
##  3. Renamed helper functions, vars etc. not intended to be visible in public
##     interface to code.
##
## Version 1.1
##  Made ipaddrctrls allow right-insert in subfields, now that insert/cut/paste works better