Source code for qtpyvcp.widgets.dialogs.base_dialog



import os

from qtpy import uic
from qtpy.QtCore import Qt
from qtpy.QtWidgets import QDialog

from qtpyvcp.utilities.logger import getLogger

LOG = getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class BaseDialog(QDialog): """Base Dialog Base QtPyVCP dialog class. This is intended to be used as a base class for custom dialogs, as well as a provider for use in YAML config files. This allows loading custom dialogs from .ui files without needing to write any python code. You can launch dialogs using a :doc:`Dialog Button </widgets/buttons/index>` or from a window menu item. Example: YAML config for loading a custom dialog called `my_dialog` from a .ui file named ``my_diloag.ui`` located in the same dir as the .yml file:: dialogs: my_dialog: provider: qtpyvcp.widgets.dialogs.base_dialog:BaseDialog kwargs: ui_file: {{ file.dir }}/my_dialog.ui title: My Dialog Title # optional, set the dialog title modal: false # optional, whether the dialog is modal popup: false # optional, whether the dialog is a popup frameless: false # optional, whether the dialog is frameless stay_on_top: true # optional, whether the dialog stays on top Args: parent (QWidget, optional) : The dialog's parent window, or None. ui_file (str, optional) : The path of a .ui file to load the dialog from. The ui base widget should be a QDialog. title (str, optional) : The title to use for the dialog. This will override any title property set in QtDesigner. modal (bool, optional) : Whether the dialog should be application modal. This will override any modality hints set in QtDesigner. frameless (bool, optional) : Whether the window has a frame or not. If the window does not have a frame you will need some way to close it, like an Ok or Cancel button. popup: (bool, optional) : Makes the dialog use a frame less window that automatically hides when it looses focus. stay_on_top (bool, optional) : Sets the stay on top hint window flag. This overrides any window flags set in QtDesiger. """ def __init__(self, parent=None, ui_file=None, title=None, modal=None, popup=None, frameless=None, stay_on_top=None): super(BaseDialog, self).__init__(parent) if ui_file is not None: self.loadUiFile(ui_file) if title is not None: self.setWindowTitle(title) if modal is not None: if modal: self.setWindowModality(Qt.ApplicationModal) else: self.setWindowModality(Qt.NonModal) if popup is not None: self.setWindowFlags(Qt.Popup) if frameless is not None: self.setWindowFlag(Qt.FramelessWindowHint, frameless) if stay_on_top is not None: self.setWindowFlag(Qt.WindowStaysOnTopHint, stay_on_top)
[docs] def loadUiFile(self, ui_file): """Load dialog from a .ui file. The .ui file base class should be a QDialog. Args: ui_file (str) : path to the .ui file to load. """ ui_file = os.path.realpath(ui_file) if not os.path.isfile(ui_file): LOG.error("Specified UI for dialog does not exist: %s", ui_file) return LOG.debug("Loading dialog from ui_file: %s", ui_file) uic.loadUi(ui_file, self)
[docs] def setWindowFlag(self, flag, on): """BackPort QWidget.setWindowFlag() implementation from Qt 5.9 This method was introduced in Qt 5.9 so is not present in Qt 5.7.1 which is standard on Debian 9 (stretch), so add our own implementation. """ if on: # add flag self.setWindowFlags(self.windowFlags() | flag) else: # remove flag self.setWindowFlags(self.windowFlags() ^ flag)