Source code for taurus.qt.qtgui.panel.qdoublelist

#!/usr/bin/env python

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"""
qdoublelist.py: Provides a generic dialog containing two list which can move
items from one to the other
"""

from __future__ import print_function

from builtins import str
from builtins import range

from taurus.external.qt import Qt
from taurus.qt.qtgui.util.ui import UILoadable


__all__ = ["QDoubleListDlg"]

__docformat__ = 'restructuredtext'


[docs]@UILoadable(with_ui='ui') class QDoubleListDlg(Qt.QDialog): '''Generic dialog providing two lists. Items can be moved from one to the other ''' #@todo: drag&drop is disabled because Qt<4.6 does not have QList.setDefaultDragAndDropMode() def __init__(self, parent=None, designMode=False, winTitle='', mainLabel='', label1='', label2='', list1=None, list2=None): if list1 is None: list1 = [] if list2 is None: list2 = [] super(QDoubleListDlg, self).__init__(parent) self.loadUi() if winTitle: self.setWindowTitle(winTitle) self.ui.mainLabel.setText(mainLabel) self.ui.group1.setTitle(label1) self.ui.group2.setTitle(label2) self.setList1(list1) self.setList2(list2) self.ui.to1BT.clicked.connect(self.onTo1) self.ui.to2BT.clicked.connect(self.onTo2) def _moveItem(self, fromlist, tolist): selected = fromlist.selectedItems() for item in selected: fromlist.takeItem(fromlist.row(item)) tolist.addItem(item)
[docs] def setList1(self, list1): '''sets the items to be present in the first list :param list2: (seq<str>) a sequence of strings ''' self.ui.list1.clear() self.ui.list1.addItems(list1)
[docs] def setList2(self, list2): '''sets the items to be present in the second list :param list2: (seq<str>) a sequence of strings ''' self.ui.list2.clear() self.ui.list2.addItems(list2)
[docs] def onTo1(self, *args): '''slot to be called when the "To1" button is pressed''' self._moveItem(self.ui.list2, self.ui.list1)
[docs] def onTo2(self, *args): '''slot to be called when the "To2" button is pressed''' self._moveItem(self.ui.list1, self.ui.list2)
[docs] def getAll1(self): '''returns a copy the items in the first list :return: (list<str>) ''' return [str(self.ui.list1.item(row).text()) for row in range(self.ui.list1.count())]
[docs] def getAll2(self): '''returns a copy the items in the second list :return: (list<str>) ''' return [str(self.ui.list2.item(row).text()) for row in range(self.ui.list2.count())]
# note, for the moment we do not make it available in designer because it does not # behave well as a widget (only as a dialog) (e.g., it closes if ESC is pressed # @classmethod # def getQtDesignerPluginInfo(cls): # return { # 'module' : 'taurus.qt.qtgui.panel', # 'group' : 'Taurus Input', # #'icon' : "designer:ledred.png", # 'container' : False, # } #------------------------------------------------------------------------------ def main(): from taurus.qt.qtgui.application import TaurusApplication app = TaurusApplication(sys.argv, cmd_line_parser=None) dlg = QDoubleListDlg(winTitle='foo', mainLabel='bla, bla', label1='1', label2='2', list1=['11', '22'], list2=['123', '33']) result = dlg.exec_() print("Result", result) print("list1", dlg.getAll1()) print("list2", dlg.getAll2()) if __name__ == "__main__": import sys main()