Skip to content
Browse files
(ref #12580).ParameterMultipleInput:allow to define min number of
  • Loading branch information
sept-en committed Mar 21, 2016
1 parent b1b7b65 commit d312be9f189f9e1ebd7689367fddda91d008979b
Showing with 42 additions and 3 deletions.
  1. +42 −3 python/plugins/processing/core/
@@ -30,9 +30,13 @@
import os
import re

from import resolveFieldIndex, features
from import resolveFieldIndex
from import features
from enum import Enum
from enum import unique
from PyQt4.QtCore import QCoreApplication
from qgis.core import QgsRasterLayer, QgsVectorLayer
from qgis.core import QgsRasterLayer
from qgis.core import QgsVectorLayer
from import isWindows
from import dataobjects

@@ -340,6 +344,35 @@ def __init__(self, name='', description='', datatype=-1, optional=False):
ParameterDataObject.__init__(self, name, description, None, optional)
self.datatype = int(float(datatype))
self.exported = None
self.minNumInputs = 1

""" Set minimum required number of inputs for parameter
By default minimal number of inputs is set to 1
@type _minNumInputs: numeric type or list
@param _minNumInputs: required minimum number of inputs for parameter. \
If user will pass None as parameter, we will use default minimal number of inputs (1)
@return: result, if the minimum number of inputs were set.
def setMinNumInputs(self, _minNumInputs):
if _minNumInputs is None:
self.minNumInputs = 1

if _minNumInputs < 1 and not self.optional:
# dont allow to set negative or null number of inputs if parameter isn't optional
return False

self.minNumInputs = int(minNumInputs)

""" Get minimum required number of inputs for parameter
@return: minimum number of inputs required for this parameter
@see: setMinNumInputs()
def getMinNumInputs(self):
return self.minNumInputs

def setValue(self, obj):
self.exported = None
@@ -355,14 +388,19 @@ def setValue(self, obj):
return True
return False
# prevent setting value if we didn't provide required minimal number of inputs
elif len(obj) < minNumInputs:
return False

self.value = ";".join([self.getAsString(lay) for lay in obj])
return True
self.value = unicode(obj)
return True

def getSafeExportedLayers(self):
"""Returns not the value entered by the user, but a string with
Returns not the value entered by the user, but a string with
semicolon-separated filenames which contains the data of the
selected layers, but saved in a standard format (currently
shapefiles for vector layers and GeoTiff for raster) so that
@@ -422,6 +460,7 @@ def getAsString(self, value):
if == s:
return unicode(layer.dataProvider().dataSourceUri())
return s

if self.datatype == ParameterMultipleInput.TYPE_FILE:
return unicode(value)

0 comments on commit d312be9

Please sign in to comment.