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5 Rakefile
@@ -63,6 +63,11 @@ task :play_rminiarp do
sh "#{RUBY} bin/rminiarp --bpm=120 --wrap=UM-2 fixtures/miniarp.dat"
end
+desc 'as an example to run gui examples: calculator'
+task :run_calculator_example do
+ `#{RUBY} -I lib lib/reform/examples/widgets/calculator.rb`
+end
+
desc 'panic'
task :panic do
sh "#{RUBY} bin/panic 20:1"
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92 lib/reform/app.rb
@@ -137,6 +137,7 @@ class ReformError < StandardError
module Instantiator
def createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
# tag "define_method #{self}::#{name}."
+ remove_method name if private_method_defined?(name)
define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
# tag "arrived in #{self}::#{name}()"
# It's important to use parent_qtc_to_use, since it must be a true widget.
@@ -155,7 +156,7 @@ def createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
# NOT GOING TO WORK.
# BAD respond_to is USELESS!! if qparent.respond_to?(:layout) && qparent.layout && reform_class <= Layout # smart!!
if qparent
- if reform_class <= Layout && (qparent.inherits('QWidget') && qparent.layout || qparent.inherits('QGraphicsScene'))
+ if reform_class <= Layout && (qparent.widgetType? && qparent.layout || qparent.inherits('QGraphicsScene'))
# insert an additional generic frame (say Qt::GroupBox)
# you cannot store a layout in a layout, nor can you store a layout in a graphicsscene.
if qparent.inherits('QGraphicsScene') # even if a GraphicsItem, you cannot pass the scene as a qparent! && !(reform_class <= GraphicsItem)
@@ -176,10 +177,15 @@ def createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
# tag "reform_class=#{reform_class}, calling new_qt_implementor"
newqtc = qt_implementor_class &&
ctrl.instantiate_child(reform_class, qt_implementor_class, qparent)
- c = reform_class.new ctrl, newqtc
- c.text = quickylabel if quickylabel
- # addControl will execute block, and then also call postSetup
- ctrl.addControl(c, &block)
+# tag "#{reform_class}.new"
+ if reform_class <= Model
+ ctrl.setModel(reform_class.new, &block)
+ else
+ c = reform_class.new ctrl, newqtc
+ c.text(quickylabel) if quickylabel
+ # addControl will execute block, and then also call postSetup
+ ctrl.addControl(c, &block)
+ end
end # define_method name
# make the method private:
private name
@@ -211,7 +217,7 @@ def registerControlClassProxy_i name, thePath
define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
# tag "arrived in #{self}::#{name}() PROXY"
# when called the method is removed to prevent loops
- klass.send :undef_method, name
+ klass.send :remove_method, name
# tag "require_relative '#{thePath}'"
require_relative thePath
# the loaded module should call registerControlClass which recreates the method
@@ -234,6 +240,10 @@ module SceneContext
extend Instantiator
end # module SceneContext
+ module FormContext
+ extend Instantiator
+ end # module SceneContext
+
# this class just stores a name with the arguments to a widget constructor
class Macro
private
@@ -267,7 +277,7 @@ def self.registerControlClassProxy_i name, thePath
return if private_method_defined?(name)
klass = self
define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
- klass.send :undef_method, name
+ klass.send :remove_method, name
require_relative thePath
send(name, quickylabel, &block)
end
@@ -290,15 +300,40 @@ def self.registerGraphicsControlClassProxy id, path
# SceneFrameMacroContext::registerControlClassProxy_i id, path
end
- require_relative 'widget'
+ def self.registerModelClassProxy id, path
+ FormContext::registerControlClassProxy_i id, path
+ end
+
+# require_relative 'widget'
+
+ # some forwards, for the ultimate lazy programming:
+ class Control < Qt::Object
+ end
+
+ class Widget < Control
+ end
+
+ class Frame < Widget
+ end
+
+ class Layout < Frame
+ end
+
+ module Model
+ end
# delegator. See App::createInstantiator
- def self.createInstantiator name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class = Widget
+ def self.createInstantiator name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class = Widget, options = {}
# tag "createInstantiator '#{name}'"
if reform_class <= Widget
- FrameContext::createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
- App::createInstantiator_i name
+ unless options[:form]
+ FrameContext::createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
+ end
+ App::createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class, options
# SceneFrameMacroContext::createInstantiator_i name
+ elsif reform_class <= Model
+# tag "creating instantiator #{name} in FormContext"
+ FormContext::createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
else
# note: since a Scene is a Frame it also receives the Widget instantiators.
SceneContext::createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class
@@ -347,7 +382,7 @@ def self.registerControlClassProxy_i name , thePath
# tag "define_method #{self}::#{name}"
define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
# Remove ourselves, so if we accidentally come back here we cause no stack overflow
- App.send :undef_method, name
+ App.send :remove_method, name
require_relative thePath
send(name, quickylabel, &block)
end
@@ -385,16 +420,27 @@ def exec
which the class can be instantiated. In the app space all implementors
generate a macro that is added to the implicit QMainWindow
=end
- def self.createInstantiator_i name
- define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
- raise ReformError, 'put controls in forms' unless @all_forms.length <= 1
-# puts "creating implementor_class #{implementor_class}, rf_class=#{rf_class}"
- require_relative 'controls/form'
- require_relative 'mainwindow'
- @firstform ||= ReForm.new(QMainWindow.new) # this is just form { }, the first time called
- # we delay creating the elements until form.run is called.
- Macro.new(@firstform, name, quickylabel, block)
+ def self.createInstantiator_i name, qt_implementor_class, reform_class, options
+ remove_method name if private_method_defined?(name)
+ if options[:form]
+ define_method name do |quicky = nil, &block|
+ qform = qt_implementor_class.new
+ form = reform_class.new qform
+ @firstform ||= form # it looks the same, but is completely different
+ form.windowTitle = quicky if quicky
+ form.setup = block
+ # and now we wait for 'run'
+ end
+ else
+ define_method name do |quickylabel = nil, &block|
+ raise ReformError, 'put controls in forms' unless @all_forms.length <= 1
+ # puts "creating implementor_class #{implementor_class}, rf_class=#{rf_class}"
+ @firstform ||= form
+ # we delay creating the elements until form.run is called.
+ Macro.new(@firstform, name, quickylabel, block)
+ end
end
+ # make it private:
private name
end # App::createInstantiator_i
@@ -446,6 +492,10 @@ def self.app &block
basename = File.basename(file, '.rb')
registerGraphicsControlClassProxy basename, 'graphics/' + basename
end
+ for file in Dir[File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/models/*.rb']
+ basename = File.basename(file, '.rb')
+ registerModelClassProxy basename, 'models/' + basename
+ end
$qApp.instance_eval(&block) if block
$qApp.exec
end # app
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2  lib/reform/contrib_widgets/analogclock.rb
@@ -1,4 +1,6 @@
+# Copyright (c) 2010 Eugene Brazwick
+
# qtruby version of the AnalogClock example widget
module Reform
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29 lib/reform/contrib_widgets/spacy_toolbutton.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,29 @@
+
+# Copyright (c) 2010 Eugene Brazwick
+
+module Reform
+
+ require_relative '../controls/button'
+
+ class QSpacyToolButton < Qt::ToolButton
+
+ private
+ def initialize parent = nil
+ super
+# tag "setSizePolicy"
+ setSizePolicy Qt::SizePolicy::Expanding, Qt::SizePolicy::Preferred
+ end
+
+ public
+ def sizeHint
+ size = super
+ size.height += 20
+ size.width = [size.width, size.height].max
+# tag "sizeHint -> #{size.inspect}"
+ size
+ end
+ end
+
+ createInstantiator File.basename(__FILE__, '.rb'), QSpacyToolButton, Button
+
+end # Reform
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68 lib/reform/control.rb
@@ -50,10 +50,12 @@ def self.define_simple_setter *list
# default.
def executeMacros
- @macros and @macros.each { |macro| macro.exec }
+ instance_variable_defined?(:@macros) and @macros.each { |macro| macro.exec }
end
- def name aName
+ def name aName = nil
+ return name unless aName
+ @name = aName
@containing_frame.registerName aName, self
end
@@ -68,6 +70,11 @@ def whenTimeout &block
@whenTimeout = block
end
+ def connect_id
+ instance_variable_defined?(:@connect_id) ? @connect_id :
+ instance_variable_defined?(:@name) ? @name : nil
+ end
+
protected
#override
def timerEvent event
@@ -76,6 +83,23 @@ def timerEvent event
@whenTimeout.call
end
+ # use this to wrap a rescue clause around any user-callback. Also
+ # it calls the callback not in the object's context, but in that of the
+ # form (MVC controller)
+ def rfCallBlockBack *args, &block
+ begin
+ return containing_form.instance_exec(*args, &block)
+ rescue LocalJumpError
+ # ignore
+ rescue IOError, RuntimeError => exception
+ msg = "#{exception.message}\n"
+ rescue StandardError => exception
+ msg = "#{exception.class}: #{exception}\n" + exception.backtrace.join("\n")
+ end
+ # this must be fixed using an alert, but it may depend on the kind of exception...
+ $stderr << msg
+ end
+
public
# the parent widget (a Reform::Frame)
attr :containing_frame
@@ -89,6 +113,10 @@ def timerEvent event
# tuple w,h as set in last call of setSize/setGeometry
attr :requested_size
+ def addWidget control, q
+ @qtc.addWidget q
+ end
+
# return macros array, creating it if it was undefined
# Macros are executed right after the setup block (if present)
def macros!
@@ -106,7 +134,6 @@ def whenResized &block
@whenResized = block
end
-
# normally the Qt implementor, but for layouts we add subcontrols to the
# layouts owner. In other words, the result must be a Qt::Widget in all cases
# which does not hold for all Controls.@qtc values.
@@ -158,6 +185,41 @@ def timer?
def graphic?
end
+
+ def model?
+ end
+
+=begin rdoc
+ connect a model (may be nil) to the control
+ The rules are as follows:
+ - if the control has a connect_id (defaults to name) and that name is also
+ a public method of model,
+ with no arguments (a getter therefore) and if model is not nil, then we
+ apply the method and use the result to set the value of the control.
+ - otherwise if the control has no name, nor a connect_id set, it is left untouched,
+ but the connect may propagate
+ - otherwise the value of the control is cleared. The result must be 'clean'
+ but validation may trigger if the user tries to 'commit' the formdata (clicks 'Update').
+ - the specific value of nil stands for a nonset value. This could be automatically
+ converted to 0 or an empty string, but the control must not treat the value as
+ valid by default and validation must be triggered if the user attempts to 'commit'
+ the formdata.
+ - controls that can be changed should be protected if the accompanying setter is
+ not available.
+ - controls can set a @connect_id, that overrides @name.
+ - if :initializing is set in 'options' the control must keep or set its 'clean'
+ state, and must
+ treat the field as being untouched by the user. In particular no triggers should be
+ applied, and no validation should take place.
+ - controls that have components must propagate the connection, even if they have no
+ name.
+ - if the value of a control does not change by the connect operation, no triggers must
+ be called (at least not now).
+ See Frame#connect
+=end
+ def connectModel model, options = nil
+ end
+
end # class Control
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+
+# Copyright (c) 2010 Eugene Brazwick
+
+module Reform
+
+ class Button < Widget
+ private
+ define_simple_setter :text
+
+ # with a block associate the block with the 'clicked' signal.
+ # Without a block we emit 'clicked'
+ def whenClicked &block