Commit 425de982 authored by Patrick Griffis's avatar Patrick Griffis Committed by Christian Hergert
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meson-templates: Update Python template to use Gtk.Template

parent aa88421b
......@@ -14,7 +14,6 @@
<file compressed="true">resources/src/</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/main.js.tmpl</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/main.c</file>
<file compressed="true">resources/src/main-cli.c</file>
......@@ -297,7 +297,6 @@ class GnomeProjectTemplate(MesonTemplate):
meson_file = 'resources/src/'
elif self.language == 'python':
files['resources/src/'] = 'src/%(name)'
files['resources/src/'] = 'src/'
files['resources/src/'] = 'src/'
files['resources/src/'] = 'src/'
files['resources/src/'] = 'src/'
# Copyright 2015 Dustin Spicuzza <>
# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
# version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
# This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# Lesser General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301
from os.path import abspath, join
import inspect
import warnings
from gi.repository import Gio
from gi.repository import GLib
from gi.repository import GObject
from gi.repository import Gtk
__all__ = ['GtkTemplate']
class GtkTemplateWarning(UserWarning):
def _connect_func(builder, obj, signal_name, handler_name,
connect_object, flags, cls):
'''Handles GtkBuilder signal connect events'''
if connect_object is None:
extra = ()
extra = (connect_object,)
# The handler name refers to an attribute on the template instance,
# so ask GtkBuilder for the template instance
template_inst = builder.get_object(cls.__gtype_name__)
if template_inst is None: # This should never happen
errmsg = "Internal error: cannot find template instance! obj: %s; " \
"signal: %s; handler: %s; connect_obj: %s; class: %s" % \
(obj, signal_name, handler_name, connect_object, cls)
warnings.warn(errmsg, GtkTemplateWarning)
handler = getattr(template_inst, handler_name)
if flags == GObject.ConnectFlags.AFTER:
obj.connect_after(signal_name, handler, *extra)
obj.connect(signal_name, handler, *extra)
def _register_template(cls, template_bytes):
'''Registers the template for the widget and hooks init_template'''
# This implementation won't work if there are nested templates, but
# we can't do that anyways due to PyGObject limitations so it's ok
if not hasattr(cls, 'set_template'):
raise TypeError("Requires PyGObject 3.13.2 or greater")
bound_methods = set()
bound_widgets = set()
# Walk the class, find marked callbacks and child attributes
for name in dir(cls):
o = getattr(cls, name, None)
if inspect.ismethod(o):
if hasattr(o, '_gtk_callback'):
# Don't need to call this, as connect_func always gets called
#cls.bind_template_callback_full(name, o)
elif isinstance(o, _Child):
cls.bind_template_child_full(name, True, 0)
# Have to setup a special connect function to connect at template init
# because the methods are not bound yet
cls.set_connect_func(_connect_func, cls)
cls.__gtemplate_methods__ = bound_methods
cls.__gtemplate_widgets__ = bound_widgets
base_init_template = cls.init_template
cls.init_template = lambda s: _init_template(s, cls, base_init_template)
def _init_template(self, cls, base_init_template):
'''This would be better as an override for Gtk.Widget'''
# TODO: could disallow using a metaclass.. but this is good enough
# .. if you disagree, feel free to fix it and issue a PR :)
if self.__class__ is not cls:
raise TypeError("Inheritance from classes with @GtkTemplate decorators "
"is not allowed at this time")
connected_signals = set()
self.__connected_template_signals__ = connected_signals
for name in self.__gtemplate_widgets__:
widget = self.get_template_child(cls, name)
self.__dict__[name] = widget
if widget is None:
# Bug: if you bind a template child, and one of them was
# not present, then the whole template is broken (and
# it's not currently possible for us to know which
# one is broken either -- but the stderr should show
# something useful with a Gtk-CRITICAL message)
raise AttributeError("A missing child widget was set using "
"GtkTemplate.Child and the entire "
"template is now broken (widgets: %s)" %
', '.join(self.__gtemplate_widgets__))
for name in self.__gtemplate_methods__.difference(connected_signals):
errmsg = ("Signal '%s' was declared with @GtkTemplate.Callback " +
"but was not present in template") % name
warnings.warn(errmsg, GtkTemplateWarning)
# TODO: Make it easier for IDE to introspect this
class _Child(object):
Assign this to an attribute in your class definition and it will
be replaced with a widget defined in the UI file when init_template
is called
__slots__ = []
def widgets(count):
Allows declaring multiple widgets with less typing::
button \
label1 \
label2 = GtkTemplate.Child.widgets(3)
return [_Child() for _ in range(count)]
class _GtkTemplate(object):
Use this class decorator to signify that a class is a composite
widget which will receive widgets and connect to signals as
defined in a UI template. You must call init_template to
cause the widgets/signals to be initialized from the template::
class Foo(Gtk.Box):
def __init__(self):
super(Foo, self).__init__()
The 'ui' parameter can either be a file path or a GResource resource
class Foo(Gtk.Box):
To connect a signal to a method on your instance, do::
def on_thing_happened(self, widget):
To create a child attribute that is retrieved from your template,
add this to your class definition::
class Foo(Gtk.Box):
widget = GtkTemplate.Child()
Note: This is implemented as a class decorator, but if it were
included with PyGI I suspect it might be better to do this
in the GObject metaclass (or similar) so that init_template
can be called automatically instead of forcing the user to do it.
.. note:: Due to limitations in PyGObject, you may not inherit from
python objects that use the GtkTemplate decorator.
__ui_path__ = None
def Callback(f):
Decorator that designates a method to be attached to a signal from
the template
f._gtk_callback = True
return f
Child = _Child
def set_ui_path(*path):
If using file paths instead of resources, call this *before*
loading anything that uses GtkTemplate, or it will fail to load
your template file
:param path: one or more path elements, will be joined together
to create the final path
TODO: Alternatively, could wait until first class instantiation
before registering templates? Would need a metaclass...
_GtkTemplate.__ui_path__ = abspath(join(*path))
def __init__(self, ui):
self.ui = ui
def __call__(self, cls):
if not issubclass(cls, Gtk.Widget):
raise TypeError("Can only use @GtkTemplate on Widgets")
# Nested templates don't work
if hasattr(cls, '__gtemplate_methods__'):
raise TypeError("Cannot nest template classes")
# Load the template either from a resource path or a file
# - Prefer the resource path first
template_bytes = Gio.resources_lookup_data(self.ui, Gio.ResourceLookupFlags.NONE)
except GLib.GError:
ui = self.ui
if isinstance(ui, (list, tuple)):
ui = join(ui)
if _GtkTemplate.__ui_path__ is not None:
ui = join(_GtkTemplate.__ui_path__, ui)
with open(ui, 'rb') as fp:
template_bytes =
_register_template(cls, template_bytes)
return cls
# Future shim support if this makes it into PyGI?
#if hasattr(Gtk, 'GtkTemplate'):
# GtkTemplate = lambda c: c
GtkTemplate = _GtkTemplate
......@@ -27,7 +27,6 @@ configure_file(
{{name_}}_sources = [
{{include ""}}
from gi.repository import Gtk
from .gi_composites import GtkTemplate
class {{PreFix}}Window(Gtk.ApplicationWindow):
__gtype_name__ = '{{PreFix}}Window'
label = GtkTemplate.Child()
label = Gtk.Template.Child()
def __init__(self, **kwargs):
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