# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# A modRana QML GUI module
# * it inherits everything in the base GUI module
# * overrides default functions and handling
# Copyright 2012, Martin Kolman
# 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
# 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 os
import sys
import re
import traceback
    from StringIO import StringIO # python 2
except ImportError:
    from io import StringIO # python 3
from pprint import pprint
# PySide
from PySide import QtCore
from PySide.QtCore import *
from PySide.QtGui import *
from PySide.QtDeclarative import *
from PySide.QtNetwork import *
# modRana imports
import math
from modules.gui_modules.base_gui_module import GUIModule
from datetime import datetime
import time
from modules.gui_modules.gui_qml import drawing
from modules.gui_modules.gui_qml import wrappers
from modules.gui_modules.gui_qml import list_models
from core.fix import Fix
from core import signal
from core.backports import six
from core import constants
from core.threads import threadMgr
global globe
# QML paths
BASE_QML_FOLDER = "modules/gui_modules/gui_qml"
QML_HARMATTAN = "qml_harmattan"
# TODO: use the independent GUI as default
QML_MAIN_FILENAME = "main.qml"
def newlines2brs(text):
    """ QML uses <br> instead of \n for linebreak """
    return re.sub('\n', '<br>', text)
def wrapList(objects, wrapper):
    """Wrap all objects in the list and
    return a list of wrapped objects
    :param objects: objects to be wrapped
    :type objects: iterable of objects to be wrapped
    :param wrapper: QObject based wrapper
    :type wrapper: wrapper object constructor
    # as map returns something like a transient view in
    # Python 3, we need to make sure we return a list,
    # as the object would not be really assigned otherwise
    return list(map(lambda  x: wrapper(x), objects))
class Logger(object):
    def __init__(self, log=True):
        self.log = log
    def debug(self, message):
        if self.log:
logger = Logger(log=False)
def getModule(m, d, i):
    return QMLGUI(m, d, i)
class QMLGUI(GUIModule):
    """A Qt + QML GUI module"""
    def __init__(self, m, d, i):
        GUIModule.__init__(self, m, d, i)
        # some constants
        self.msLongPress = 400
        self.centeringDisableThreshold = 2048
        self.firstTimeSignal = signal.Signal()
        size = (800, 480) # initial window size
        # window state
        self.fullscreen = False
        # Create Qt application and the QDeclarative view
        class ModifiedQDeclarativeView(QDeclarativeView):
            def __init__(self, modrana):
                self.modrana = modrana
            def closeEvent(self, event):
                print("shutting down")
        self.app = QApplication(sys.argv)
        startDragDistance = self.modrana.dmod.getStartDragDistance()
        if startDragDistance:
        # get screen resolution
        screenWH = self.getScreenWH()
        print(" @ screen size: %dx%d" % screenWH)
        if self.highDPI:
            print(" @ high DPI")
            print(" @ normal DPI")
        # NOTE: what about multi-display devices ? :)
        # register custom modRana types
        # NOTE: custom types need to be registered AFTER
        # QApplication is created but BEFORE QDeclarativeView
        # is instantiated, or else horrible breakage occurs :)
        qmlRegisterType(drawing.PieChart, 'Charts', 1, 0, 'PieChart')
        qmlRegisterType(drawing.PieSlice, "Charts", 1, 0, "PieSlice")
        # m-declarative stuff implemented in Python
        qmlRegisterType(Screen, "mpBackend", 1, 0, "Screen")
        qmlRegisterType(Snapshot, "mpBackend", 1, 0, "Snapshot")
        self.view = ModifiedQDeclarativeView(self.modrana)
        self.window = QMainWindow()
        #    self.view.setResizeMode(QDeclarativeView.SizeViewToRootObject)
        # add image providers
        self.iconProvider = IconImageProvider(self)
        self.view.engine().addImageProvider("icons", self.iconProvider)
        # add tiles provider
        self.tilesProvider = TileImageProvider(self)
        self.view.engine().addImageProvider("tiles", self.tilesProvider)
        rc = self.view.rootContext()
        # make core modRana functionality accessible from QML
        modRanaCore = ModRana(self.modrana, self)
        rc.setContextProperty("modrana", modRanaCore)
        # make options accessible from QML
        options = Options(self.modrana)
        rc.setContextProperty("options", options)
        # make GPS accessible from QML
        gps = GPSDataWrapper(self.modrana, self)
        rc.setContextProperty("gps", gps)
        # make the platform accessible from QML
        platform = Platform(self.modrana)
        rc.setContextProperty("platform", platform)
        # make the modules accessible from QML
        modules = Modules(self.modrana)
        rc.setContextProperty("modules", modules)
        # make tile loading accessible from QML
        tiles = MapTiles(self)
        rc.setContextProperty("mapTiles", tiles)
        # make map layers accessible from QML
        layers = MapLayers(self)
        rc.setContextProperty("mapLayers", layers)
        # make search accessible from QML
        search = Search(self)
        rc.setContextProperty("search", search)
        # make constants accessible
        self.constants = self.getConstants()
        rc.setContextProperty("C", self.constants)
        # connect to the close event
        self.window.closeEvent = self._qtWindowClosed
        self.rootObject = None
        self._location = None # location module
        self._mapTiles = None # map tiles module
        self._mapLayers = None # map tiles module
        self._notificationQueue = []
        # list models
        self._addressSearchListModel = None
        self._layersListModel = None
    def firstTime(self):
        self._location = self.m.get('location', None)
        self._mapTiles = self.m.get('mapTiles', None)
        self._mapLayers = self.m.get('mapLayers', None)
        #register list models
        # trigger the first time signal
    def getIDString(self):
        return "QML"
    def needsLocalhostTileserver(self):
        the QML GUI needs the localhost tileserver
        for efficient and responsive tile loading
        return False
    def isFullscreen(self):
        return self.window.isFullScreen()
    def toggleFullscreen(self):
        if self.window.isFullScreen():
    def setFullscreen(self, value):
        if value == True:
    def setCDDragThreshold(self, threshold):
        """set the threshold which needs to be reached to disable centering while dragging
        basically, larger threshold = longer drag is needed to disable centering
        default value = 2048
        self.centeringDisableThreshold = threshold
    def startMainLoop(self):
        """start the main loop or its equivalent"""
        #    print("QML starting main loop")
        if self.modrana.dmod.startInFullscreen():
        # Create an URL to the QML file
        QMLSubfolder = DEFAULT_QML_FOLDER
        if self.subtypeId == "indep":
        elif self.subtypeId == "harmattan":
            QMLSubfolder = QML_HARMATTAN
        print('QML GUI subtype folder: %s' % QMLSubfolder)
        url = QUrl(os.path.join(BASE_QML_FOLDER, QMLSubfolder, QML_MAIN_FILENAME))
        # Set the QML file and show
        # get the root object
        self.rootObject = self.view.rootObject()
        # start main loop
        # handle any notifications that might have come before firstTime
        # (the GUI is not available before firstTime)
        if self._notificationQueue:
            for item in self._notificationQueue:
                #    print("loaded modules:")
                #    print(sys.modules.keys())
    #    print("QML main loop started")
    def _qtWindowClosed(self, event):
        print('Qt window closing down')
    def stopMainLoop(self):
        """stop the main loop or its equivalent"""
        # notify QML GUI first
        # NOTE: due to calling Python properties
        # from onDestruction handlers causing
        # segfault, we need this
        # quit the application
    def hasNotificationSupport(self):
        return True
    def notify(self, text, msTimeout=5000, icon=""):
        """trigger a notification using the Qt Quick Components
        InfoBanner notification"""
        #    # QML uses <br> instead of \n for linebreak
        #    text = newlines2brs(text)
        #    print("QML GUI notify:\n message: %s, timeout: %d" % (text, msTimeout))
        #    if self.rootObject:
        #      self.rootObject.notify(text, msTimeout)
        #    else:
        #      self._notificationQueue.append((text, msTimeout, icon))
    def openUrl(self, url):
    def _getTileserverPort(self):
        m = self.m.get("tileserver", None)
        if m:
            return m.getServerPort()
            return None
    def getScreenWH(self):
        screenRectangle = self.app.desktop().screenGeometry()
        width = screenRectangle.width()
        height = screenRectangle.height()
        return width, height
    def _registerListModel(self, modelName, model):
        """Register a list model to the QML context
        :param modelName: a unique name of the model for the QML context
        :param model: the list model instance
        self.view.rootContext().setContextProperty(modelName, model)
    def _registerListModels(self):
        """Register all list models needed by modRana"""
        # register the layer model
        ml = self.m.get('mapLayers', None)
        if ml:
            # just to make sure that the garbage
            # collector doesn't eat the list model
            # we assign it as a class variable
            wrappedGroupList = map(
                lambda x: wrappers.MapLayerGroupWrapper(x), ml.getGroupList(sort=True)
            wrappedGroupList = list(wrappedGroupList)
            self._layersListModel = list_models.BaseListModel(wrappedGroupList)
            self._registerListModel("mapLayersModel", self._layersListModel)
        # register an initial empty list model for address search results
        self._addressSearchListModel = list_models.BaseListModel()
        self._registerListModel("addressSearchModel", self._addressSearchListModel)
    def _getLayerListModel(self):
class Platform(QtCore.QObject):
    """make current platform available to QML and integrable as a property"""
    def __init__(self, modrana):
        self.modrana = modrana
    def isFullscreen(self):
        return self.modrana.gui.isFullscreen()
    def toggleFullscreen(self):
    def setFullscreen(self, value):
    def modRanaVersion(self):
        report current modRana version or None if version info is not available
        version = self.modrana.paths.getVersionString()
        if version is None:
            return "unknown"
            return version
    #  @QtCore.Slot()
    #  def minimise(self):
    #    return self.mieru.platform.minimise()
    #  @QtCore.Slot(result=bool)
    #  def showMinimiseButton(self):
    #    """
    #    Harmattan handles this by the Swype UI and
    #    on PC this should be handled by window decorator
    #    """
    #    return self.mieru.platform.showMinimiseButton()
    def showQuitButton(self):
        Harmattan handles this by the Swype UI and
        on PC it is a custom to have the quit action in the main menu
        return self.modrana.dmod.needsQuitButton()
    def fullscreenOnly(self):
        Harmattan doesn't need a minimize button
        return self.modrana.dmod.fullscreenOnly()
    def incompleteTheme(self):
        The "base" theme is incomplete at the moment (March 2012),
        use fail-safe or local icons.
        Hopefully, this can be removed once the themes are in better shape.
        # the Fremantle theme is incomplete
        return self.modrana.dmod.getDeviceIDString() == "n900"
class Modules(QtCore.QObject):
    modRana module access from QML
    def __init__(self, modrana):
        self.modrana = modrana
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, result=str)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, bool, result=str)
    def getS(self, moduleName, functionName, replaceNewlines=True):
        result = self._mCall(moduleName, functionName)
        # QML uses <br> in place of newlines
        if replaceNewlines:
            result = newlines2brs(result)
        return result
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, result=bool)
    def getB(self, moduleName, functionName):
        return self._mCall(moduleName, functionName)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, result=int)
    def getI(self, moduleName, functionName):
        return self._mCall(moduleName, functionName)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, result=float)
    def getF(self, moduleName, functionName):
        return self._mCall(moduleName, functionName)
    def _mCall(self, moduleName, functionName):
        call the getter function for a given module
        m = self.modrana.getModule(moduleName, None)
        if m:
                function = getattr(m, functionName)
                result = function()
                return result
            except Exception:
                import sys
                e = sys.exc_info()[1]
                print("QML GUI: calling function %s on module %s failed" % (functionName, moduleName))
                return None
            print("QML GUI: module %s not loaded" % moduleName)
            return None
class IconImageProvider(QDeclarativeImageProvider):
    """the IconImageProvider class provides icon images to the QML layer as
    QML does not seem to handle .. in the url very well"""
    def __init__(self, gui):
        QDeclarativeImageProvider.__init__(self, QDeclarativeImageProvider.ImageType.Image)
        self.gui = gui
    def requestImage(self, iconPath, size, requestedSize):
            #TODO: theme name caching ?
            themeFolder = self.gui.modrana.paths.getThemesFolderPath()
            fullIconPath = os.path.join(themeFolder, iconPath)
            # the path is constructed like this in QML
            # so we can safely just split it like this
            splitPath = iconPath.split("/")
            if not os.path.exists(fullIconPath):
                if splitPath[0] == constants.DEFAULT_THEME_ID:
                    # already on default theme and icon path does not exist
                    return None
                else:  # try to get the icon from default theme
                    splitPath[0] = constants.DEFAULT_THEME_ID
                    fullIconPath = os.path.join(themeFolder, *splitPath)
                    if not os.path.exists(fullIconPath):
                        # icon not found even in the default theme
                        return None
            f = open(fullIconPath, 'rb')
            #      print("ICON")
            #      print(iconPath)
            #      print(size)
            #      print(requestedSize)
            img = QImage()
            return img
        except Exception:
            import sys
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            print("QML GUI: icon image provider: loading icon failed")
            print(os.path.join('themes', iconPath))
            traceback.print_exc(file=sys.stdout) # find what went wrong
class TileImageProvider(QDeclarativeImageProvider):
    the TileImageProvider class provides images images to the QML map element
    NOTE: this image provider is currently only used as fallback in case
    the localhost tileserver won't start
    def __init__(self, gui):
        QDeclarativeImageProvider.__init__(self, QDeclarativeImageProvider.ImageType.Image)
        self.gui = gui
        self.loading = QImage(1, 1, QImage.Format_RGB32)
        self.ready = QImage(2, 1, QImage.Format_RGB32)
        self.error = QImage(3, 1, QImage.Format_RGB32)
        self.manager = QNetworkAccessManager()
    def requestImage(self, tileInfo, size, requestedSize):
        the tile info should look like this:
        #print("IMAGE REQUESTED")
            # split the string provided by QML
            split = tileInfo.split("/")
            layerId = split[0]
            z = int(split[1])
            x = int(split[2])
            y = int(split[3])
            # get the tile from the tile module
            tileData = self.gui._mapTiles.getTile(layerId, z, x, y)
            if not tileData:
                # print("NO TILEDATA")
                return None
            # create a file-like object
            # f = StringIO(tileData)
            # create image object
            img = QImage()
            # lod the image from in memory buffer
            # img.loadFromData(f.read())
            #tileData = QByteArray(tileData)
            tileData = str(tileData)
            # cleanup
            # f.close()
            return img
        except Exception:
            import sys
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            print("QML GUI: icon image provider: loading tile failed")
class MapTiles(QtCore.QObject):
    storageTypeChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    def __init__(self, gui):
        self.gui = gui
        # assign watch to the "tileStorageType" key
        # so that the property would correctly reflect the
        # changed value
        #                       lambda x: x.storageTypeChanged.emit())
        # we use a lambda for the callback, so we don't have a define
        # a separate callback handler
    def _storageTypeCB(self, *args, **kwargs):
    def tileserverPort(self):
        port = self.gui._getTileserverPort()
        if port:
            return port
        else: # None,0 == 0 in QML
            return 0
    @QtCore.Slot(str, int, int, int, result=bool)
    def loadTile(self, layerId, z, x, y):
        load a given tile from storage and/or from the network
        True - tile already in storage or in memory
        False - tile download in progress, retry in a while
        #    print(layerId, z, x, y)
        if self.gui._mapTiles.tileInMemory(layerId, z, x, y):
        #      print("available in memory")
            return True
        elif self.gui._mapTiles.tileInStorage(layerId, z, x, y):
        #      print("available in storage")
            return True
        else: # not in memory or storage
            # add a tile download request
            self.gui._mapTiles.addTileDownloadRequest(layerId, z, x, y)
            #      print("downloading, try later")
            return False
    def _getStorageType(self):
        self.gui.modrana.get("tileStorageType", "files")
    def _setStorageType(self, value):
        self.gui.modrana.set("tileStorageType", value)
    storageType = QtCore.Property(six.text_type,
class MapLayers(QtCore.QObject):
    def __init__(self, gui):
        self.gui = gui
        self._wrappedLayers = None
        # why are wee keeping our own dictionary of wrapped
        # layers and not just returning a newly wrapped object on demand ?
        # -> because PySide (1.1.1) segfaults if we don't hold any reference
        # on the object returned :)
    def wrappedLayers(self):
        # make sure the wrapped layer dict has benn initialized
        # (we can't do that at init, as at that time the
        # map layers module is not yet loaded)
        if self._wrappedLayers is None:
            self._wrappedLayers = {}
            for layerId, layer in six.iteritems(self.gui._mapLayers.getLayerDict()):
                self.wrappedLayers[layerId] = wrappers.MapLayerWrapper(layer)
        return self._wrappedLayers
    @QtCore.Slot(str, result=QtCore.QObject)
    def getLayer(self, layerId):
        return self.wrappedLayers.get(layerId, None)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, result=str)
    def getLayerName(self, layerId):
        layer = self.wrappedLayers.get(layerId, None)
        if layer:
            return layer.wo.label
            return "label for %s unknown" % layerId
class Search(QtCore.QObject):
    _addressSignal = QtCore.Signal()
    changed = QtCore.Signal()
    test = QtCore.Signal()
    def __init__(self, gui):
        self.gui = gui
        self._addressSearchResults = None
        self._addressSearchStatus = "Searching..."
        self._addressSearchInProgress = False
        self._addressSearchThreadName = None
        self._localSearchResults = None
        self._wikipediaSearchResults = None
        self._routeSearchResults = None
        self._POIDBSearchResults = None
        # why are wee keeping our own dictionary of wrapped
        # objects and not just returning a newly wrapped object on demand ?
        # -> because PySide (1.1.1) segfaults if we don't hold any reference
        # on the object returned :)
        # register the thread status changed callback
    def _threadStatusCB(self, threadName, threadStatus):
        if threadName == self._addressSearchThreadName:
        #if threadName == constants.THREAD_ADDRESS_SEARCH:
            self._addressSearchStatus = threadStatus
    def address(self, address):
        """Trigger an asynchronous address search for the given term
        :param address: address search query
        :type address: str
        online = self.gui.m.get("onlineServices", None)
        if online:
            self._addressSearchThreadName = online.geocodeAsync(
                address, self._addressSearchCB
        self._addressSearchInProgress = True
    def addressCancel(self):
        """Cancel the asynchronous address search"""
        self._addressSearchInProgress = False
        self._addressSearchStatus = "Searching..."
    def _addressSearchCB(self, results):
        """Replace old address search results (if any) with
        new (wrapped) results
        :param results: address search results
        :type results: list
            wrapList(results, wrappers.PointWrapper)
        self._addressSearchInProgress = False
    addressStatus = QtCore.Property(six.text_type,
        lambda x: x._addressSearchStatus, notify=_addressSignal)
    addressInProgress = QtCore.Property(bool,
        lambda x: x._addressSearchInProgress, notify=_addressSignal)
class FixWrapper(QtCore.QObject):
    def __init__(self, fix):
        self.data = fix
    changed = QtCore.Signal()
    def update(self, fix):
        self.data = fix
        logger.debug("Fix updated with data from %r" % fix)
    def _mode(self):
        """GPS fix mode:
        0 - no fix
        2 - 2D fix
        3 - 3D fix
        return self.data.mode
    def _lat(self):
        if self.data.position is not None:
            return self.data.position[0]
            return -1
    def _lon(self):
        if self.data.position is not None:
            return self.data.position[1]
            return -1
    def _altitude(self):
        return self.data.altitude if self.data.altitude is not None else 0
    def _bearing(self):
        return self.data.bearing if self.data.bearing is not None else 0
    def _speed(self):
        return self.data.speed if self.data.speed is not None else 0
    def _climb(self):
        return self.data.climb if self.data.climb is not None else -1
    def _magnetic_variation(self):
        return self.data.magnetic_variation if self.data.magnetic_variation is not None else -1
    def _sats(self):
        return self.data.sats if self.data.sats is not None else -1
    def _sats_in_use(self):
        return self.data.sats_in_use if self.data.sats_in_use is not None else -1
    def _error(self):
        return float(self.data.error)
    def _valid(self):
        # 0-1 = no fix, 2-3 = 2D/3D fix
        return self.data.mode > 1
    def _altitude_valid(self):
        return self.data.altitude is not None
    def _speed_valid(self):
        return self.data.speed is not None
    def _bearing_valid(self):
        return self.data.bearing is not None
    def _climb_valid(self):
        return self.data.climb is not None
    def _speed_error(self):
        return float(self.data.error)
    def _horizontal_accuracy(self):
        return self.data.horizontal_accuracy if self.data.horizontal_accuracy is not None else -1
    def _vertical_accuracy(self):
        return self.data.vertical_accuracy if self.data.vertical_accuracy is not None else -1
    def _speed_accuracy(self):
        return self.data.speed_accuracy if self.data.speed_accuracy is not None else -1
    def _climb_accuracy(self):
        climbAccuracy = self.data.climb_accuracy
        if climbAccuracy is None or math.isnan(climbAccuracy):
            return -1
            return climbAccuracy
    def _time_accuracy(self):
        return self.data.time_accuracy if self.data.time_accuracy is not None else -1
    def _gps_time(self):
        return self.data.gps_time if self.data.gps_time is not None else "not available"
    mode = QtCore.Property(int, _mode, notify=changed)
    lat = QtCore.Property(float, _lat, notify=changed)
    lon = QtCore.Property(float, _lon, notify=changed)
    altitude = QtCore.Property(float, _altitude, notify=changed)
    bearing = QtCore.Property(float, _bearing, notify=changed)
    speed = QtCore.Property(float, _speed, notify=changed)
    climb = QtCore.Property(float, _climb, notify=changed)
    magneticVariation = QtCore.Property(float, _magnetic_variation, notify=changed)
    sats = QtCore.Property(int, _sats, notify=changed)
    satsInUse = QtCore.Property(int, _sats_in_use, notify=changed)
    error = QtCore.Property(float, _error, notify=changed)
    valid = QtCore.Property(bool, _valid, notify=changed)
    speedValid = QtCore.Property(bool, _speed_valid, notify=changed)
    bearingValid = QtCore.Property(bool, _bearing_valid, notify=changed)
    altitudeValid = QtCore.Property(bool, _altitude_valid, notify=changed)
    climbValid = QtCore.Property(bool, _climb_valid, notify=changed)
    horizontalAccuracy = QtCore.Property(float, _horizontal_accuracy, notify=changed)
    verticalAccuracy = QtCore.Property(float, _vertical_accuracy, notify=changed)
    speedAccuracy = QtCore.Property(float, _speed_accuracy, notify=changed)
    climbAccuracy = QtCore.Property(float, _climb_accuracy, notify=changed)
    timeAccuracy = QtCore.Property(float, _time_accuracy, notify=changed)
    gpsTime = QtCore.Property(str, _gps_time, notify=changed)
class GPSDataWrapper(QtCore.QObject):
    changed = QtCore.Signal()
    changed_target = QtCore.Signal()
    changed_distance_bearing = QtCore.Signal()
    def __init__(self, modrana, gui):
        self.modrana = modrana
        self.gui = gui
        #    self.modrana.connect('good-fix', self._on_good_fix)
        #    self.modrana.connect('no-fix', self._on_no_fix)
        #    self.modrana.connect('target-changed', self._on_target_changed)
        self.modrana.watch('locationUpdated', self._posChangedCB)
        pos = self.modrana.get('pos', constants.DEFAULT_COORDINATES)
        speed = self.modrana.get('speed', 0)
        bearing = self.modrana.get('bearing', 0)
        elevation = self.modrana.get('elevation', 0)
        fix = Fix(pos, elevation, bearing, speed)
        self.gps_data = FixWrapper(fix)
        self.gps_last_good_fix = FixWrapper(fix)
        self.gps_has_fix = False
        self.gps_mode = ''
        #self.astral = Astral()
    #  @QtCore.Slot(bool, float, float, bool, float, bool, float, float, QtCore.QObject)
    #  def positionChanged(self, valid, lat, lon, altvalid, alt, speedvalid, speed, error, timestamp):
    #    if valid:
    #      pos = (lat, lon)
    #      self._on_good_fix(Fix(pos, alt, bearing, speed))
    def _posChangedCB(self, key, oldValue, newValue):
        """position changed callback"""
        # check validity
        fix = None
            fix = self.gui._location.getFix()
        except Exception:
            import sys
            e = sys.exc_info()[1]
            print("gui_qml: can't get fix object from location module")
        if fix:
            if fix.mode > 1: # 2 -> 2D fix, 3 -> 3D fix, 0 & 1 -> no fix
    def _on_good_fix(self, fix):
        logger.debug("Received good fix")
        self.gps_has_fix = True
        self.gps_mode = fix.mode
    def _on_no_fix(self):
    #    self.gps_data.update(gps_data)
        self.gps_has_fix = False
        self.gps_mode = 0
    def _gps_data(self):
        return self.gps_data
    def _gps_last_good_fix(self):
        return self.gps_last_good_fix
    def _gps_has_fix(self):
        return self.gps_has_fix
    def _gps_mode(self):
        return self.gps_mode
    data = QtCore.Property(QtCore.QObject, _gps_data, notify=changed)
    lastGoodFix = QtCore.Property(QtCore.QObject, _gps_last_good_fix, notify=changed)
    hasFix = QtCore.Property(bool, _gps_has_fix, notify=changed)
    mode = QtCore.Property(str, _gps_mode, notify=changed)
class ModRana(QtCore.QObject):
    core modRana functionality
    def __init__(self, modrana, gui):
        self.modrana = modrana
        self.gui = gui
        self.modrana.watch("mode", self._modeChangedCB)
        self.modrana.watch("theme", self._themeChangedCB)
        self._theme = Theme(gui)
    # mode
    def _getMode(self):
        return self.modrana.get('mode', "car")
    def _setMode(self, mode):
        self.modrana.set('mode', mode)
    modeChanged = Signal()
    def _modeChangedCB(self, *args):
        """notify when the mode key changes in options"""
    # theme
    def _getThemeId(self):
        return self.modrana.get('theme', "default")
    def _setThemeId(self, newTheme):
        return self.modrana.set('theme', newTheme)
    def _getTheme(self):
        return self._theme
    themeChanged = Signal()
    def _themeChangedCB(self, *args):
        """notify when the mode key changes in options"""
    # properties
    mode = QtCore.Property(str, _getMode, _setMode, notify=modeChanged)
    theme_id = QtCore.Property(str, _getThemeId, _setThemeId, notify=themeChanged)
    theme = QtCore.Property(QtCore.QObject, _getTheme, notify=themeChanged)
class Theme(QtCore.QObject):
    """modRana themes"""
    def __init__(self, gui):
        self.gui = gui
        # connect to the first time signal
    themeChanged = Signal()
    def _firstTimeCB(self):
        # we need the them module
        self.themeModule = self.gui.m.get('theme')
        self.theme = self.themeModule.theme
        self.colors = ColorsWrapper(self.theme)
        # connect to the theme changed signal
    def _themeChangedCB(self, newTheme):
        self.theme = newTheme
    def _getThemeId(self):
        return self.theme.id
    def _setThemeId(self, newTheme):
        return self.modrana.set('theme', newTheme)
    def _getThemeName(self):
        return self.theme.name
    def _getColor(self):
        return self.colors
    id = QtCore.Property(str, _getThemeId, _setThemeId, notify=themeChanged)
    name = QtCore.Property(str, _getThemeName, notify=themeChanged)
    color = QtCore.Property(QtCore.QObject, _getColor, notify=themeChanged)
class ColorsWrapper(QtCore.QObject):
    """Wrapper for modRana theme colors"""
    def __init__(self, theme):
        self.t = theme
    colorsChanged = Signal()
    def reloadTheme(self, theme):
        """Replace the current theme with a new one
        and emit the changed signal"""
        self.t = theme
    def _main_fill(self):
        return self.t.getColor("main_fill", "#92aaf3")
    def _icon_grid_toggled(self):
        return self.t.getColor("icon_grid_toggled", "#c6d1f3")
    def _icon_button_normal(self):
        return self.t.getColor("icon_button_normal", "#c6d1f3")
    def _icon_button_toggled(self):
        return self.t.getColor("icon_button_toggled", "#3c60fa")
    def _icon_button_text(self):
        return self.t.getColor("icon_button_text", "black")
    def _page_background(self):
        return self.t.getColor("page_background", "black")
    def _page_header_text(self):
        return self.t.getColor("page_header_text", "black")
    main_fill = QtCore.Property(str, _main_fill, notify=colorsChanged)
    icon_grid_toggled = QtCore.Property(str, _icon_grid_toggled, notify=colorsChanged)
    icon_button_normal = QtCore.Property(str, _icon_button_normal, notify=colorsChanged)
    icon_button_toggled = QtCore.Property(str, _icon_button_toggled, notify=colorsChanged)
    icon_button_text = QtCore.Property(str, _icon_button_text, notify=colorsChanged)
    page_header_text = QtCore.Property(str, _page_header_text, notify=colorsChanged)
    page_background = QtCore.Property(str, _page_background, notify=colorsChanged)
class Options(QtCore.QObject):
    """make options available to QML and integrable as a property"""
    def __init__(self, modrana):
        self.modrana = modrana
    # like this, the function can accept
    # and return different types to and from QML
    # (basically anything that matches some of the decorators)
    # as per PySide developers, there should be no performance
    # penalty for doing this and the order of the decorators
    # doesn't mater
    @QtCore.Slot(str, bool, result=bool)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, int, result=int)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str, result=str)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, float, result=float)
    def get(self, key, default):
        """get a value from the modRanas persistent options dictionary"""
        print(key, default, self.modrana.get(key, default))
        return self.modrana.get(key, default)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, bool)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, int)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, str)
    @QtCore.Slot(str, float)
    def set(self, key, value):
        """set a keys value in modRanas persistent options dictionary"""
        print(key, value)
        return self.modrana.set(key, value)
    # while the overloaded set function works just fine,
    # it always stores a float, even if an integer is pasted
    # from QML
    # so if you want to make sure an int or a float is stored
    # in options, use the following two functions
    @QtCore.Slot(str, int)
    def setI(self, key, value):
        print("SET int")
        print(key, value)
        return self.modrana.set(key, int(value))
    @QtCore.Slot(str, float)
    def setF(self, key, value):
        print("SET float")
        print(key, value)
        return self.modrana.set(key, float(value))
class Item(QtCore.QObject):
    """implement m-declarative-item"""
    wChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    hChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    opacityChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    def __init__(self):
        self.width = 854
        self.height = 480
        self.opacity = 1.0
    def _getWidth(self):
        return self.width
    def _setWidth(self, value):
        self.width = value
    def _getHeight(self):
        return self.height
    def _setHeight(self, value):
        self.height = value
    def _getOpacity(self):
        return self.opacity
    def _setOpacity(self, value):
        self.opacity = value
    width = QtCore.Property(int, _getWidth, _setWidth, notify=wChanged)
    height = QtCore.Property(int, _getHeight, _setHeight, notify=hChanged)
    opacity = QtCore.Property(int, _getOpacity, _setOpacity, notify=hChanged)
class Screen(QtCore.QObject):
    """implement m-declarative-screen"""
    def __init__(self):
        self.width = 854
        self.height = 480
    def _width(self):
        return self.width
    def _height(self):
        return self.height
    wChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    hChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    displayWidth = QtCore.Property(int, _width, notify=wChanged)
    displayHeight = QtCore.Property(int, _height, notify=hChanged)
class Snapshot(QDeclarativeItem):
    """implement m-declarative-snapshot"""
    wChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    hChanged = QtCore.Signal()
    def __init__(self):
        self.snapshotWidth = 854
        self.snapshotHeight = 480
    def _getSnapshotWidth(self):
        return self.snapshotWidth
    def _setSnapshotWidth(self, value):
    # hotfix for recursive loop
    # TODO: find what's causing it
    #    self.snapshotWidth = value
    #    self.wChanged.emit()
    def _getSnapshotHeight(self):
        return self.snapshotHeight
    def _setSnapshotHeight(self, value):
    # hotfix for recursive loop
    #    self.snapshotHeight = value
    #    self.hChanged.emit()
    snapshotWidth = QtCore.Property(int, _getSnapshotWidth, _setSnapshotWidth, notify=wChanged)
    snapshotHeight = QtCore.Property(int, _getSnapshotHeight, _setSnapshotHeight, notify=hChanged)