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#
# simple example of its use
#
from __future__ import print_function
import time
from pyface.api import GUI, ApplicationWindow, ProgressDialog
from pyface.action.api import Action, MenuManager, MenuBarManager
def task_func(t):
progress = ProgressDialog(title="progress", message="counting to %d"%t, max=t, show_time=True, can_cancel=True)
progress.open()
for i in range(0,t+1):
time.sleep(1)
print(i)
(cont, skip) = progress.update(i)
if not cont or skip:
break
progress.update(t)
def _main():
task_func(10)
class MainWindow(ApplicationWindow):
""" The main application window. """
######################################################################
# 'object' interface.
######################################################################
def __init__(self, **traits):
""" Creates a new application window. """
# Base class constructor.
super(MainWindow, self).__init__(**traits)
# Add a menu bar.
self.menu_bar_manager = MenuBarManager(
MenuManager(
Action(name='E&xit', on_perform=self.close),
Action(name='DoIt', on_perform=_main),
name = '&File',
)
)
return
if __name__ == "__main__":
gui = GUI()
# Create and open the main window.
window = MainWindow()
window.open()
_main()
# Start the GUI event loop!
gui.start_event_loop()