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#!/usr/bin/python
#
# Copyright 2011 Alberto Milone <albertomilone@gmail.com>
#
# Author: Alberto Milone <albertomilone@gmail.com>
#
# This program is largely based on applet.py from the Hamster project.
#
# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
import gobject
import gtk
import appindicator
import gconf
import logging
import datetime as dt
import os.path
import pygtk
pygtk.require("2.0")
import dbus, dbus.service, dbus.mainloop.glib
import locale
from hamster.configuration import conf, runtime, dialogs
try:
from hamster import stuff
from hamster import i18n
except ImportError:
from hamster.lib import stuff
from hamster.lib import i18n
# controllers for other windows
from hamster import widgets
from hamster import idle
from hamster.applet import HamsterApplet
import pango
try:
import wnck
except:
logging.warning("Could not import wnck - workspace tracking will be disabled")
wnck = None
try:
import pynotify
pynotify.init('Hamster Applet')
except:
logging.warning("Could not import pynotify - notifications will be disabled")
pynotify = None
class FakeApplet(object):
'''Fake Applet class to trick HamsterApplet'''
def __init__(self):
pass
def add(self, *args):
pass
def setup_menu_from_file(self, *args):
pass
class HamsterIndicator(HamsterApplet):
BASE_KEY = "/apps/hamster-indicator"
def __init__(self, applet=None):
# Gconf settings
self._settings = gconf.client_get_default()
self._settings.add_dir(self.BASE_KEY, gconf.CLIENT_PRELOAD_NONE)
# Key to enable/disable icon glow
self._icon_glow_path = os.path.join(self.BASE_KEY, "icon_glow")
self._use_icon_glow = self._settings.get_bool(self._icon_glow_path)
self._settings.notify_add(self._icon_glow_path, self._on_icon_glow_changed)
# Key to show/hide the indicator label
self._show_label_path = os.path.join(self.BASE_KEY, "show_label")
self._show_label = self._settings.get_bool(self._show_label_path)
self._settings.notify_add(self._show_label_path, self._on_show_label_changed)
# Key to set the length of indicator label
self._label_length_path = os.path.join(self.BASE_KEY, "label_length")
self._label_length = self._settings.get_int(self._label_length_path)
self._settings.notify_add(self._label_length_path, self._on_label_length_changed)
self._activity_as_attribute = None
# Create a fake applet since HamsterApplet requires one
applet = FakeApplet()
self.indicator = appindicator.Indicator ("hamster-applet",
"hamster-applet-inactive",
appindicator.CATEGORY_SYSTEM_SERVICES)
self.indicator.set_status (appindicator.STATUS_ACTIVE)
# Set the attention icon as per the icon_glow gconf key
self._set_attention_icon()
# Initialise the activity label with "No Activity"
self.indicator.set_label(self._get_no_activity_label())
self.activity, self.duration = None, None
self.menu = gtk.Menu()
self.activity_item = gtk.MenuItem("")
self.menu.append(self.activity_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.activity_item.connect("activate", self.on_new_activity_activated, None)
self.activity_label = self.activity_item.get_child()
self.activity_label.connect('style-set', self.on_label_style_set)
# show the items
self.activity_item.show()
self.stop_activity_item = gtk.MenuItem(_(u"Sto_p Tracking"))
self.menu.append(self.stop_activity_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.stop_activity_item.connect("activate", self.on_stop_activity_activated, None)
# show the items
self.stop_activity_item.show()
self.append_separator(self.menu)
self.earlier_activity_item = gtk.MenuItem(_(u"Add earlier activity"))
self.menu.append(self.earlier_activity_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.earlier_activity_item.connect("activate", self.on_earlier_activity_activated, None)
# show the items
self.earlier_activity_item.show()
self.overview_show_item = gtk.MenuItem(_(u"Show _Overview"))
self.menu.append(self.overview_show_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.overview_show_item.connect("activate", self.on_overview_show_activated, None)
# show the items
self.overview_show_item.show()
self.append_separator(self.menu)
self.preferences_show_item = gtk.MenuItem(_(u"Preferences"))
self.menu.append(self.preferences_show_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.preferences_show_item.connect("activate", self.on_show_preferences_activated, None)
# show the items
self.preferences_show_item.show()
self.append_separator(self.menu)
self.quit_item = gtk.MenuItem(_(u"_Quit"))
self.menu.append(self.quit_item)
# this is where you would connect your menu item up with a function:
self.quit_item.connect("activate", gtk.main_quit, None)
# show the items
self.quit_item.show()
# Call constructor after the gtk.Menu is ready
super(HamsterIndicator, self).__init__(applet)
# Hide the panel button since it's not supported
self.button.hide()
self.window.set_title(_(u"Time Tracker"))
# Add a window decoration
self.window.set_decorated(True)
# Place the window near the mouse cursor
self.window.set_position(gtk.WIN_POS_MOUSE)
# Do not skip the taskbar
self.window.set_skip_taskbar_hint(False)
# Do not skip the pager
self.window.set_skip_pager_hint(False)
def on_new_activity_activated(self, *args):
self.show_dialog()
def on_stop_activity_activated(self, *args):
runtime.storage.stop_tracking()
self.last_activity = None
def on_show_preferences_activated(self, *args):
dialogs.prefs.show(self.indicator)
def on_overview_show_activated(self, *args):
dialogs.overview.show(self.indicator)
def on_earlier_activity_activated(self, *args):
dialogs.edit.show(self.indicator)
def refresh_menu(self):
'''Update the menu so that the new activity text is visible'''
self.indicator.set_menu(self.menu)
def reformat_label(self):
'''This adds a method which belongs to hamster.applet.PanelButton'''
label = self.activity
if self.duration:
label = "%s %s" % (self.activity, self.duration)
label = '<span gravity="south">%s</span>' % label
if self.activity_label:
self.activity_label.set_markup("") #clear - seems to fix the warning
self.activity_label.set_markup(label)
def on_label_style_set(self, widget, something):
self.reformat_label()
def append_separator(self, menu):
'''Add separator to the menu'''
separator = gtk.SeparatorMenuItem()
separator.show()
menu.append(separator)
def update_label(self):
'''Override for menu items sensitivity and to update the menu'''
if self.last_activity:
# Let's see if activity is an attribute and cache the result.
# This is only required for backwards compatibility
if self._activity_as_attribute == None:
self._activity_as_attribute = hasattr(self.last_activity,
'activity')
if self._activity_as_attribute:
start_time = self.last_activity.start_time
end_time = self.last_activity.end_time
last_activity_name = self.last_activity.activity
else:
start_time = self.last_activity['start_time']
end_time = self.last_activity['end_time']
last_activity_name = self.last_activity['name']
if self.last_activity and end_time is None:
self._set_activity_status(1)
delta = dt.datetime.now() - start_time
duration = delta.seconds / 60
label = "%s %s" % (last_activity_name,
stuff.format_duration(duration, False))
self.set_activity_text(last_activity_name,
stuff.format_duration(duration, False))
indicator_label = "%s %s" % (self._clamp_text(self.activity,
length=self._label_length,
with_ellipsis=False),
self.duration)
else:
self._set_activity_status(0)
label = "%s" % _(u"New activity")
self.set_activity_text(label, None)
indicator_label = self._get_no_activity_label()
# Update the indicator label, if needed
if self._show_label:
self.indicator.set_label(indicator_label)
else:
self.indicator.set_label("")
# Update the menu or the new activity text won't show up
self.refresh_menu()
def _clamp_text(self, text, length=25, with_ellipsis=True, is_indicator=False):
text = stuff.escape_pango(text)
if len(text) > length: #ellipsize at some random length
if with_ellipsis:
if is_indicator:
text = "%s%s" % (text[:length], "...")
else:
text = "%s%s" % (text[:length], "&#8230;")
else:
text = "%s" % (text[:length])
return text
def _set_activity_status(self, is_active):
if is_active:
# There's an active task
self.indicator.set_status (appindicator.STATUS_ATTENTION)
else:
# There's no active task
self.indicator.set_status (appindicator.STATUS_ACTIVE)
self.stop_activity_item.set_sensitive(is_active)
def _set_attention_icon(self):
'''Set the attention icon as per the gconf key'''
if self._use_icon_glow:
self.indicator.set_attention_icon('hamster-applet-active')
else:
self.indicator.set_attention_icon('hamster-applet-inactive')
def _on_icon_glow_changed(self, client, connection_id, entry, *args):
self._use_icon_glow = self._settings.get_bool(self.BASE_KEY + "/icon_glow")
self._set_attention_icon()
def _on_show_label_changed(self, client, connection_id, entry, *args):
'''Hide or show the indicator's label'''
self._show_label = self._settings.get_bool(self._show_label_path)
if self._show_label:
self.update_label()
else:
self.indicator.set_label("")
def _on_label_length_changed(self, client, connection_id, entry, *args):
'''Resize the indicator's label'''
self._label_length = self._settings.get_int(self._label_length_path)
if self._show_label:
self.update_label()
def _get_no_activity_label(self):
'''Get the indicator label set to "No activity"'''
return self._clamp_text(_(u"No activity"),
length=self._label_length,
with_ellipsis=False)
def position_popup(self):
'''Override the superclass method and do nothing'''
pass
def on_window_size_request(self, *args):
'''Override the superclass method and do nothing'''
pass
def set_last_activity(self):
'''Override to change the Stop button sensitivity'''
#self._set_activity_status(self.last_activity != None)
super(HamsterIndicator, self).set_last_activity()
def on_stop_tracking_clicked(self, widget):
'''Override to make the Stop button insensitive'''
self._set_activity_status(0)
super(HamsterIndicator, self).on_stop_tracking_clicked(widget)
def on_switch_activity_clicked(self, widget):
'''Override to make the Stop button sensitive'''
self._set_activity_status(1)
super(HamsterIndicator, self).on_switch_activity_clicked(widget)
def set_activity_text(self, activity, duration):
'''This adds a method which belongs to hamster.applet.PanelButton'''
# activity = stuff.escape_pango(activity)
# if len(activity) > 25: #ellipsize at some random length
# activity = "%s%s" % (activity[:25], "&#8230;")
activity = self._clamp_text(activity)
self.activity = activity
self.duration = duration
self.reformat_label()
def show_dialog(self, is_active=True):
"""Show new task window"""
self.button.set_active(is_active)
if is_active == False:
self.window.hide()
return True
# # doing unstick / stick here, because sometimes while switching
# # between workplaces window still manages to disappear
# self.window.unstick()
# self.window.stick() #show on all desktops
self.new_name.set_text("");
self.new_tags.set_text("");
gobject.idle_add(self._delayed_display)
if __name__ == "__main__":
i18n.setup_i18n()
hamster_indicator = HamsterIndicator()
# ind.set_menu(hamster_indicator.menu)
gtk.main()
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