#
# Gramps - a GTK+/GNOME based genealogy program
#
# Copyright (C) 2000-2006  Donald N. Allingham
# Copyright (C) 2010       Nick Hall
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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#
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# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
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#
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#
 
# $Id: monitoredwidgets.py 18585 2011-12-12 18:37:53Z m_d_n $
 
__all__ = ["MonitoredCheckbox", "MonitoredEntry", 
           "MonitoredEntryIndicator", "MonitoredSpinButton",
           "MonitoredText", "MonitoredType", "MonitoredDataType",
           "MonitoredMenu", "MonitoredStrMenu", "MonitoredDate",
           "MonitoredComboSelectedEntry", "MonitoredTagList"]
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Standard python modules
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
import logging
_LOG = logging.getLogger(".widgets.monitoredwidgets")
import locale
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# GTK/Gnome modules
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
import gobject
import gtk
import pango
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Gramps modules
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
from gen.ggettext import gettext as _
import AutoComp
import DateEdit
from gui.widgets.tageditor import TagEditor
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# constants
#
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
_RETURN = gtk.gdk.keyval_from_name("Return")
_KP_ENTER = gtk.gdk.keyval_from_name("KP_Enter")
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredCheckbox class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredCheckbox(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, button, set_val, get_val, on_toggle=None,
                 readonly = False):
        self.button = button
        self.button.connect('toggled', self._on_toggle)
        self.on_toggle = on_toggle
        self.obj = obj
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.button.set_active(get_val())
        self.button.set_sensitive(not readonly)
 
    def _on_toggle(self, obj):
        self.set_val(obj.get_active())
        if self.on_toggle:
            self.on_toggle(self.get_val())
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredEntry class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredEntry(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, read_only=False, 
                 autolist=None, changed=None):
        self.obj = obj
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.changed = changed
 
        if get_val():
            self.obj.set_text(get_val())
        self.obj.connect('changed', self._on_change)
        self.obj.set_editable(not read_only)
 
        if autolist:
            AutoComp.fill_entry(obj, autolist)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
    def reinit(self, set_val, get_val):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.update()
 
    def set_text(self, text):
        self.obj.set_text(text)
 
    def connect(self, signal, callback, *data):
        self.obj.connect(signal, callback, *data)
 
    def _on_change(self, obj):
        self.set_val(unicode(obj.get_text()))
        if self.changed:
            self.changed(obj)
 
    def force_value(self, value):
        self.obj.set_text(value)
 
    def get_value(self, value):
        return unicode(self.obj.get_text())
 
    def enable(self, value):
        self.obj.set_sensitive(value)
        self.obj.set_editable(value)
 
    def grab_focus(self):
        self.obj.grab_focus()
 
    def update(self):
        if self.get_val() is not None:
            self.obj.set_text(self.get_val())
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredEntryIndicator class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredEntryIndicator(MonitoredEntry):
    """
    Show an Entry box with an indicator in it that disappears when 
    entry becomes active
    """
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, indicator, read_only=False, 
                 autolist=None, changed=None):
        MonitoredEntry.__init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, read_only,
                                autolist, changed)
        if get_val():
            self.indicatorshown = False
        else:
            self.indicatorshown = True
            self.indicator = indicator
            self.obj.set_text(indicator)
            self.obj.modify_text(gtk.STATE_NORMAL, 
                                 gtk.gdk.color_parse('grey'))
            self.obj.modify_font(pango.FontDescription('sans italic'))
            self.fockey = self.obj.connect('focus-in-event', 
                                               self._obj_focus)
 
    def _on_change(self, obj):
        if not self.indicatorshown:
            self.set_val(unicode(obj.get_text()))
            if self.changed:
                self.changed(obj)
 
    def _obj_focus(self, widg, eve):
        """
        callback for when prefix obtains focus
        """
        self.set_text('')
        self.obj.modify_text(gtk.STATE_NORMAL, gtk.gdk.color_parse('black'))
        self.obj.modify_font(pango.FontDescription('normal'))
        self.obj.disconnect(self.fockey)
        self.indicatorshown = False
        return False
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredSpinButton class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredSpinButton(object):
    """
    Class for signal handling of spinbuttons.
    (Code is a modified copy of MonitoredEntry)
    """
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, read_only=False,
                 autolist=None, changed=None):
        """
        @param obj: widget to be monitored
        @type obj: gtk.SpinButton
        @param set_val: callback to be called when obj is changed
        @param get_val: callback to be called to retrieve value for obj
        @param read_only: If SpinButton is read only.
        """
 
        self.obj = obj
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.changed = changed
 
        if get_val():
            self.obj.set_value(get_val())
        self.obj.connect('value-changed', self._on_change)
        self.obj.set_editable(not read_only)
 
        if autolist:
            AutoComp.fill_entry(obj,autolist)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
    def reinit(self, set_val, get_val):
        """
        Reinitialize class with the specified callback functions.
 
        @param set_val: callback to be called when SpinButton is changed
        @param get_val: callback to be called to retrieve value for SpinButton
        """
 
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.update()
 
    def set_value(self, value):
        """
        Set the value of the monitored widget to the specified value.
 
        @param value: Value to be set.
        """
 
        self.obj.set_value(value)
 
    def connect(self, signal, callback):
        """
        Connect the signal of monitored widget to the specified callback.
 
        @param signal: Signal prototype for which a connection should be set up.
        @param callback: Callback function to be called when signal is emitted.
        """
 
        self.obj.connect(signal, callback)
 
    def _on_change(self, obj):
        """
        Event handler to be called when the monitored widget is changed.
 
        @param obj: Widget that has been changed.
        @type obj: gtk.SpinButton
        """
 
        self.set_val(obj.get_value())
        if self.changed:
            self.changed(obj)
 
    def force_value(self, value):
        """
        Set the value of the monitored widget to the specified value.
 
        @param value: Value to be set.
        """
 
        self.obj.set_value(value)
 
    def get_value(self):
        """
        Get the current value of the monitored widget.
 
        @returns: Current value of monitored widget.
        """
 
        return self.obj.get_value()
 
    def enable(self, value):
        """
        Change the property editable and sensitive of the monitored widget to value.
 
        @param value: If widget should be editable or deactivated.
        @type value: bool
        """
 
        self.obj.set_sensitive(value)
        self.obj.set_editable(value)
 
    def grab_focus(self):
        """
        Assign the keyboard focus to the monitored widget.
        """
 
        self.obj.grab_focus()
 
    def update(self):
        """
        Updates value of monitored SpinButton with the value returned by the get_val callback.
        """
 
        if self.get_val():
            self.obj.set_value(self.get_val())
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredText class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredText(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, read_only=False):
        self.buf = obj.get_buffer()
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
 
        if get_val():
            self.buf.set_text(get_val())
        self.buf.connect('changed', self.on_change)
        obj.set_editable(not read_only)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.buf = None
 
    def on_change(self, obj):
        s, e = self.buf.get_bounds()
        self.set_val(unicode(self.buf.get_text(s, e, False)))
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredType class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredType(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, mapping, custom, readonly=False, 
                 custom_values=None):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
 
        self.obj = obj
 
        val = get_val()
        if val:
            default = val[0]
        else:
            default = None
 
        self.sel = AutoComp.StandardCustomSelector(
            mapping, obj, custom, default, additional=custom_values)
 
        self.set_val(self.sel.get_values())
        self.obj.set_sensitive(not readonly)
        self.obj.connect('changed', self.on_change)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
    def reinit(self, set_val, get_val):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.update()
 
    def update(self):
        if self.get_val():
            self.sel.set_values(self.get_val())
 
    def on_change(self, obj):
        self.set_val(self.sel.get_values())
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredDataType class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredDataType(object):
 
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, readonly=False, 
                 custom_values=None, ignore_values=None):
        """
        Constructor for the MonitoredDataType class.
 
        @param obj: Existing ComboBoxEntry widget to use.
        @type obj: gtk.ComboBoxEntry
        @param set_val: The function that sets value of the type in the object
        @type set_val:  method
        @param get_val: The function that gets value of the type in the object.
            This returns a GrampsType, of which get_map returns all possible types
        @type get_val:  method
        @param custom_values: Extra values to show in the combobox. These can be
            text of custom type, tuple with type info or GrampsType class
        @type : list of str, tuple or GrampsType
        @ignore_values: list of values not to show in the combobox. If the result
            of get_val is in these, it is not ignored
        @type : list of int 
        """
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
 
        self.obj = obj
 
        val = get_val()
 
        if val:
            default = int(val)
        else:
            default = None
 
        map = get_val().get_map().copy()
        if ignore_values :
            for key in map.keys():
                if key in ignore_values and key not in (None, default):
                    del map[key]
 
        self.sel = AutoComp.StandardCustomSelector(
            map, 
            obj, 
            get_val().get_custom(), 
            default, 
            additional=custom_values)
 
        self.sel.set_values((int(get_val()), str(get_val())))
        self.obj.set_sensitive(not readonly)
        self.obj.connect('changed', self.on_change)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
    def reinit(self, set_val, get_val):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
        self.update()
 
    def fix_value(self, value):
        if value[0] == self.get_val().get_custom():
            return value
        else:
            return (value[0], '')
 
    def update(self):
        val = self.get_val()
        if isinstance(val, tuple):
            self.sel.set_values(val)
        else:
            self.sel.set_values((int(val), str(val)))
 
    def on_change(self, obj):
        value = self.fix_value(self.sel.get_values())
        self.set_val(value)
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredMenu class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredMenu(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, mapping, 
                 readonly=False, changed=None):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
 
        self.changed = changed
        self.obj = obj
 
        self.change_menu(mapping)
        self.obj.connect('changed', self.on_change)
        self.obj.set_sensitive(not readonly)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
 
    def force(self, value):
        self.obj.set_active(value)
 
    def change_menu(self, mapping):
        self.data = {}
        self.model = gtk.ListStore(gobject.TYPE_STRING, gobject.TYPE_INT)
        index = 0
        for t, v in mapping:
            self.model.append(row=[t, v])
            self.data[v] = index
            index += 1
        self.obj.set_model(self.model)
        self.obj.set_active(self.data.get(self.get_val(), 0))
 
    def on_change(self, obj):
        self.set_val(self.model.get_value(obj.get_active_iter(), 1))
        if self.changed:
            self.changed()
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredStrMenu class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredStrMenu(object):
 
    def __init__(self, obj, set_val, get_val, mapping, readonly=False):
        self.set_val = set_val
        self.get_val = get_val
 
        self.obj = obj
        self.model = gtk.ListStore(gobject.TYPE_STRING)
 
        if len(mapping) > 20:
            self.obj.set_wrap_width(3)
 
        self.model.append(row=[''])
        index = 0
        self.data = ['']
 
        default = get_val()
        active = 0
 
        for t, v in mapping:
            self.model.append(row=[v])
            self.data.append(t)
            index += 1
            if t == default:
                active = index
 
        self.obj.set_model(self.model)
        self.obj.set_active(active)
        self.obj.connect('changed', self.on_change)
        self.obj.set_sensitive(not readonly)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val = None
##        self.get_val = None
##        self.obj = None
##        self.model = None
 
    def on_change(self, obj):
        self.set_val(self.data[obj.get_active()])
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredDate class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredDate(object):
 
    def __init__(self, field, button, value, uistate, track, readonly=False):
        self.date = value
        self.date_check = DateEdit.DateEdit(
            self.date, field, button, uistate, track)
        field.set_editable(not readonly)
        button.set_sensitive(not readonly)
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredComboSelectedEntry class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredComboSelectedEntry(object):
    """
    A MonitoredEntry driven by a Combobox to select what the entry field
    works upon
    """
    def __init__(self, objcombo, objentry, textlist, set_val_list, 
                 get_val_list, default=0, read_only=False):
        """
        Create a MonitoredComboSelectedEntry
        Objcombo and objentry should be the gtk widgets to use
        textlist is the values that must be used in the combobox
        Every value needs an entry in set/get_val_list with the data retrieval
         and storage method of the data entered in the entry box
        Read_only should be true if no changes may be done
        default is the entry in the combobox that must be preselected
        """
        self.objcombo = objcombo
        self.objentry = objentry
        self.set_val_list = set_val_list
        self.get_val_list = get_val_list
 
        #fill the combobox, set on a specific entry
        self.mapping = dict([[i,x] for (i,x) in zip(range(len(textlist)),
                                                    textlist)])
 
        self.active_key = default
        self.active_index = 0
 
        self.__fill()
        self.objcombo.clear()
        self.objcombo.set_model(self.store)
        cell = gtk.CellRendererText()
        self.objcombo.pack_start(cell, True)
        self.objcombo.add_attribute(cell, 'text', 1)
        self.objcombo.set_active(self.active_index)
        self.objcombo.connect('changed', self.on_combochange)
 
        #fill the entrybox with required data
        self.entry_reinit()
        self.objentry.connect('changed', self._on_change_entry)
 
        #set correct editable
        self.enable(not read_only)
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.set_val_list = None
##        self.get_val_list = None
##        self.objcombo = None
##        self.objentry = None
 
    def __fill(self):
        """
        Fill combo with data
        """
        self.store = gtk.ListStore(gobject.TYPE_INT, gobject.TYPE_STRING)
        keys = sorted(self.mapping.keys(), key=self.__by_value_key)
 
        for index, key in enumerate(keys):
            self.store.append(row=[key, self.mapping[key]])
            if key == self.active_key:
                self.active_index = index
 
    def __by_value(self, first, second):
        """
        Method for sorting keys based on the values.
        """
        fvalue = self.mapping[first]
        svalue = self.mapping[second]
        return locale.strcoll(fvalue, svalue)
 
    def __by_value_key(self, first):
        """
        Method for sorting keys based on the values.
        """
        return locale.strxfrm(self.mapping[first])
 
    def on_combochange(self, obj):
        """
        callback for change on the combo, change active iter, update 
        associated entrybox
        """
        self.active_key = self.store.get_value(self.objcombo.get_active_iter(),
                                               0)
        self.entry_reinit()
 
    def reinit(self, set_val_list, get_val_list):
        """
        The interface is attached to another object, so the methods need to be
        reset.
        """
        self.set_val_list = set_val_list
        self.get_val_list = get_val_list
        self.update()
 
    def entry_reinit(self):
        """
        Make the entry field show the value corresponding to the active key
        """
        self.objentry.set_text(self.get_val_list[self.active_key]())
        self.set_val = self.set_val_list[self.active_key]
        self.get_val = self.get_val_list[self.active_key]
 
    def _on_change_entry(self, obj):
        """
        Callback when the entry field changes
        """
        self.set_val_list[self.active_key](self.get_value_entry())
 
    def get_value_entry(self):
        return unicode(self.objentry.get_text())
 
    def enable(self, value):
        self.objentry.set_sensitive(value)
        self.objentry.set_editable(value)
 
    def update(self):
        """
        Method called when object changed without interface change
        Eg: name editor save brings you back to person editor that must update
        """
        self.entry_reinit()
 
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# MonitoredTagList class
#
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
class MonitoredTagList(object):
    """
    A MonitoredTagList consists of a label to display a list of tags and a
    button to invoke the tag editor.
    """
    def __init__(self, label, button, set_list, get_list, db,
                 uistate, track, readonly=False):
 
        self.uistate = uistate
        self.track = track
        self.db = db
        self.set_list = set_list
 
        self.tag_list = []
        for handle in get_list():
            tag = self.db.get_tag_from_handle(handle)
            self.tag_list.append((handle, tag.get_name()))
 
        self.all_tags = []
        for tag in self.db.iter_tags():
            self.all_tags.append((tag.get_handle(), tag.get_name()))
 
        self.label = label
        self.label.set_alignment(0, 0.5)
        self.label.set_ellipsize(pango.ELLIPSIZE_END)
        image = gtk.Image()
        image.set_from_stock('gramps-tag', gtk.ICON_SIZE_MENU)
        button.set_image (image)
        button.set_tooltip_text(_('Edit the tag list'))
        button.connect('button-press-event', self.cb_edit)
        button.connect('key-press-event', self.cb_edit)
        button.set_sensitive(not readonly)
 
        self._display()
 
##    def destroy(self):
##        """
##        Unset all elements that can prevent garbage collection
##        """
##        self.uistate = None
##        self.track = None
##        self.db = None
##        self.set_list = None
 
    def _display(self):
        """
        Display the tag list.
        """
        tag_text = ', '.join(item[1] for item in self.tag_list)
        self.label.set_text(tag_text)
        self.label.set_tooltip_text(tag_text)
 
    def cb_edit(self, button, event):
        """
        Invoke the tag editor.
        """
        if (event.type == gtk.gdk.BUTTON_PRESS or
           (event.type == gtk.gdk.KEY_PRESS and
            event.keyval in (_RETURN, _KP_ENTER))):
            editor = TagEditor(self.tag_list, self.all_tags,
                               self.uistate, self.track)
            if editor.return_list is not None:
                self.tag_list = editor.return_list
                self._display()
                self.set_list([item[0] for item in self.tag_list])
            return True
        return False