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+Mohammad Anwari <mdamt@di.blankon.in>
339 COPYING
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+SOURCES=panel-item.vala \
+ main.vala \
+ panel-horizontal.vala \
+ panel-menu.vala \
+ panel-menu-box.vala \
+ panel-button.vala \
+ panel-clock.vala \
+
+LIBS= --pkg cairo --pkg gtk+-3.0 --pkg gio-unix-2.0 --pkg libgnome-menu --pkg gdk-3.0 -X "-DGMENU_I_KNOW_THIS_IS_UNSTABLE"
+BIN=blankon-panel
+
+blankon-panel:
+ valac -o $(BIN) $(SOURCES) $(LIBS)
+
+all: blankon-panel
+
+clean:
+ rm -f $(BIN)
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+using Gtk;
+
+int main (string[] args) {
+ Gtk.init (ref args);
+
+
+ var h = new PanelHorizontal();
+ h.destroy.connect (Gtk.main_quit);
+
+ var m = new PanelButtonWindow();
+ m.set_transient_for(h);
+
+ m.show_all();
+ h.show_all ();
+
+ Gtk.main ();
+ return 0;
+}
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+using Gtk;
+using Cairo;
+using GMenu;
+
+public class PanelButtonWindow : Gtk.Window {
+
+ private ImageSurface surface;
+ private PanelMenuBox menuBox;
+ private Gdk.Rectangle rect;
+
+ public PanelButtonWindow() {
+ set_type_hint (Gdk.WindowTypeHint.DOCK);
+ add_events (Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_PRESS_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_RELEASE_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.POINTER_MOTION_MASK);
+
+ menuBox = new PanelMenuBox();
+ set_visual (this.screen.get_rgba_visual ());
+ set_decorated(false);
+ set_keep_above(true);
+ stick();
+ resizable = false;
+
+ accept_focus = true;
+ menuBox.set_transient_for(this);
+
+ surface = new ImageSurface.from_png("/home/mdamt/blankon.png");
+ set_size_request (surface.get_width(), surface.get_height());
+
+ Gdk.RGBA c = Gdk.RGBA();
+ c.red = 0.0;
+ c.blue = 0.0;
+ c.green = 0.0;
+ c.alpha = 0.0;
+ override_background_color(StateFlags.NORMAL, c);
+ set_app_paintable(true);
+
+ var screen = get_screen();
+ screen.get_monitor_geometry (screen.get_primary_monitor(), out rect);
+ move (rect.x, rect.y);
+ }
+
+ public override bool draw (Context cr)
+ {
+ cr.set_source_surface(surface, 0, 0);
+ cr.paint();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ public override bool button_press_event (Gdk.EventButton event) {
+ if (menuBox.get_visible ()) {
+ menuBox.hide();
+ } else {
+ menuBox.show();
+ }
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ public override bool button_release_event (Gdk.EventButton event) {
+ //this.menu.activate();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+
+}
+
+public class xPanelButton : DrawingArea {
+ private PanelMenu menu;
+ private ImageSurface surface;
+
+ public xPanelButton () {
+ add_events (Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_PRESS_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_RELEASE_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.POINTER_MOTION_MASK);
+
+ surface = new ImageSurface.from_png("/home/mdamt/blankon.png");
+ set_size_request (surface.get_width(), surface.get_height());
+
+ Gdk.RGBA c = Gdk.RGBA();
+ c.red = 0.0;
+ c.blue = 0.0;
+ c.green = 0.0;
+ c.alpha = 0.0;
+ override_background_color(StateFlags.NORMAL, c);
+ set_app_paintable(true);
+
+ menu = new PanelMenu();
+ //menu.update_content();
+ }
+
+ public override bool draw (Context cr)
+ {
+ cr.set_source_surface(surface, 0, 0);
+ cr.paint();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ public override bool button_press_event (Gdk.EventButton event) {
+ //this.menu.activate();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+ public override bool button_release_event (Gdk.EventButton event) {
+ //this.menu.activate();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+}
+
+
+
+public class xPanelMenu : Menu {
+
+ public void f(Menu m, out int x, out int y, out bool push_in)
+ {
+ int xx, yy;
+ get_attach_widget().get_window().get_position(out xx, out yy);
+ stdout.printf (">: %d %d\n", xx, yy);
+ x = xx;
+ y = yy;
+ }
+
+ public new void activate() {
+ select_first(false);
+ popup(null, null, f, 0, 0);
+ }
+
+ public void update_content () {
+ List<GMenu.TreeDirectory> directories = get_main_directories();
+
+ foreach (GMenu.TreeDirectory item in directories) {
+ var menu_item = new ImageMenuItem.with_label(item.get_name());
+ stdout.printf (">: %s\n", item.get_icon());
+ menu_item.set_image(new Image.from_icon_name (item.get_icon(), IconSize.MENU));
+ append (menu_item);
+ }
+ }
+
+ List<GMenu.TreeDirectory> get_main_directories () {
+ var tree = GMenu.Tree.lookup ("applications.menu", GMenu.TreeFlags.SHOW_EMPTY);
+ var root = tree.get_root_directory ();
+
+ var dirs = new List<GMenu.TreeDirectory> ();
+
+ foreach (GMenu.TreeItem item in root.get_contents ()) {
+ if (item.get_type () == GMenu.TreeItemType.DIRECTORY) {
+ dirs.append ((GMenu.TreeDirectory) item);
+ }
+ }
+
+ return dirs;
+ }
+
+ public List<GMenu.TreeEntry> get_entries_flat (GMenu.TreeDirectory directory) {
+ var entries = new List<GMenu.TreeEntry> ();
+
+ foreach (GMenu.TreeItem item in directory.get_contents ()) {
+ switch (item.get_type ()) {
+ case GMenu.TreeItemType.DIRECTORY:
+ entries.concat (get_entries_flat ((GMenu.TreeDirectory) item));
+ break;
+ case GMenu.TreeItemType.ENTRY:
+ entries.append ((GMenu.TreeEntry) item);
+ break;
+ }
+ }
+ return entries;
+ }
+
+ public DesktopAppInfo get_desktop_app_info (GMenu.TreeEntry entry) {
+ return new DesktopAppInfo.from_filename (entry.get_desktop_file_path ());
+ }
+
+ /* Launch an application described in DesktopAppInfo */
+ public void launch_desktop_app_info (DesktopAppInfo info) {
+ try {
+ info.launch (null, new AppLaunchContext ());
+ } catch (Error error) {
+ stdout.printf ("Error: %s\n", error.message);
+ }
+ }
+}
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+using Cairo;
+using Gtk;
+
+public class PanelClockWindow : Window {
+ public PanelClockWindow () {
+ set_type_hint (Gdk.WindowTypeHint.DOCK);
+ set_decorated (false);
+ resizable = false;
+ var calendar = new Calendar ();
+ add (calendar);
+ }
+}
+
+public class PanelClock : MenuItem {
+ private string clock_label = "00:00";
+ private PanelClockWindow window;
+
+ public PanelClock() {
+ window = new PanelClockWindow ();
+ deselect.connect (() => {
+ window.hide ();
+ });
+
+ select.connect (() => {
+ var screen = get_screen();
+ Gdk.Rectangle rect;
+ screen.get_monitor_geometry (screen.get_primary_monitor(), out rect);
+
+ window.show_all ();
+ var x = rect.x + rect.width - get_allocated_width ();
+ if (x + window.get_allocated_width () > rect.x + rect.width)
+ x = rect.x + rect.width - window.get_allocated_width ();
+
+ window.move (x, get_allocated_height ());
+
+ });
+ update_data();
+ }
+
+ public void update_data ()
+ {
+ // Update the label here
+ set_label (clock_label);
+ }
+}
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+using Gtk;
+using Gdk;
+using Cairo;
+
+public class PanelHorizontal : Gtk.Window {
+ private Alignment box;
+ private Gdk.Rectangle rect;
+ private MenuBar bar;
+
+ public PanelHorizontal () {
+ set_type_hint (Gdk.WindowTypeHint.DOCK);
+ box = new Alignment (1, 0, 0, 0);
+ add (box);
+ set_decorated (false);
+ resizable = false;
+
+ bar = new MenuBar ();
+
+ box.add (bar);
+
+ var clock = new PanelClock();
+ bar.append (clock);
+
+ box.show_all();
+
+ var screen = get_screen();
+ screen.get_monitor_geometry (screen.get_primary_monitor(), out rect);
+ move (rect.x, rect.y);
+ }
+
+ public override void get_preferred_width (out int min, out int max) {
+ // TODO
+ min = max = rect.width;
+ }
+
+ public override void get_preferred_height (out int min, out int max) {
+ // TODO
+ min = max = 32;
+ }
+
+}
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+using Gtk;
+
+public class PanelItem : MenuItem {
+
+ private string icon_name;
+ private int type;
+
+ public PanelItem () {
+ set_label("ddd");
+ }
+
+ public void update_data (string icon_name, string label, int type)
+ {
+ this.icon_name = icon_name;
+ this.type = type;
+
+ set_label(label);
+ }
+}
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+using Gtk;
+
+public class PanelMenuBox : Window {
+ public PanelMenuBox () {
+ add_events (Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_PRESS_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_RELEASE_MASK
+ | Gdk.EventMask.POINTER_MOTION_MASK);
+
+ set_size_request (100, 100);
+ set_type_hint (Gdk.WindowTypeHint.MENU);
+ set_decorated (false);
+ set_resizable (false);
+ set_focus_on_map (true);
+ set_accept_focus (true);
+
+ }
+
+ public override bool map_event (Gdk.Event event) {
+ var device = get_current_event_device();
+
+ if (device == null) {
+ var display = get_display ();
+ var manager = display.get_device_manager ();
+ var devices = manager.list_devices (Gdk.DeviceType.MASTER).copy();
+ device = devices.data;
+ }
+ var keyboard = device;
+ var pointer = device;
+
+ if (device.get_source() == Gdk.InputSource.KEYBOARD) {
+ pointer = device.get_associated_device ();
+ } else {
+ keyboard = device.get_associated_device ();
+ }
+
+
+ var status = keyboard.grab(get_window(), Gdk.GrabOwnership.WINDOW, true, Gdk.EventMask.KEY_PRESS_MASK | Gdk.EventMask.KEY_RELEASE_MASK, null, Gdk.CURRENT_TIME);
+ status = pointer.grab(get_window(), Gdk.GrabOwnership.WINDOW, true, Gdk.EventMask.BUTTON_PRESS_MASK, null, Gdk.CURRENT_TIME);
+ return true;
+ }
+
+ public override bool button_press_event (Gdk.EventButton event) {
+ var device = get_current_event_device();
+ var secondary = device.get_associated_device();
+ device.ungrab(Gdk.CURRENT_TIME);
+ secondary.ungrab(Gdk.CURRENT_TIME);
+ hide();
+ return false;
+ }
+
+}
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+using Gtk;
+using Cairo;
+
+public class PanelMenu : Menu {
+
+}

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