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'''
This software is licensed under the GPL (GNU General Public License) version 2
as it appears here: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
It is also included with this archive as `gpl.txt <gpl.txt>`_.
'''
import sys
import wx
import wx.stc
import configuration #for unrepr
cn = 'Courier New'
fs = 10
if 'darwin' == sys.platform:
fs = 13
def update_faces():
global faces
faces = {'times': cn, 'mono' : cn, 'helv' : cn, 'other': cn, 'lucd': cn,
'size' : fs, 'size2': fs, 'lnsize': fs, "forecol":"#000000",
"backcol": "#ffffff"}
update_faces()
def partition(st, sep):
if sep not in st:
return st, '', ''
x = st.find(sep)
return st[:x], sep, st[x+len(sep):]
def rpartition(st, sep):
if sep not in st:
return '', '', st
x = st.rfind(sep)
return st[:x], sep, st[x+len(sep):]
_default = {34:'fore:#0000FF,back:#FFFF88,bold', 35:'fore:#FF0000,back:#FFFF88,bold'}
def get_style(stylefile, language, _faces, profile=''):
#gets the main styling information for [style.<language>[.profile]]
found1 = 0
dct = {}
if profile == 'default':
dct.update(_default)
line_starts1 = 'style.%s.'%language
line_starts2 = 'setting.%s.'%language
if profile:
profile = '.' + profile
looking_for = '[style.%s%s]'%(language, profile)
for line in open(stylefile):
if line.strip() == looking_for:
found1 = 1
elif found1 and (line.startswith(line_starts1) or line.startswith(line_starts2)):
left, _, right = partition(line, '=')
if not _:
continue
toss, _, num = rpartition(left, '.')
if toss and _ and num:
try:
num = int(num, 10)
except:
continue
dct[num] = right.strip()%_faces
elif found1 and not line.strip():
pass
elif found1:
break
return dct
def get_extra(stylefile, language):
found2 = 0
dct = {}
looking_for = '[%s]'%language
for line in open(stylefile):
if line.strip() == looking_for:
found2 = 1
elif found2 and not line.startswith('[') and line.strip():
left, _, right = partition(line, '=')
if left and _:
dct[left] = right.strip()
elif found2 and not line.strip():
pass
elif found2:
break
return dct
def get_faces(stylefile):
if 'win32' in sys.platform:
start = 'common.defs.msw'
else:
start = 'common.defs.gtk'
x = {}
for line in open(stylefile):
if line.startswith(start):
try:
x = configuration.unrepr(line[len(start):].lstrip(' ='))
except:
pass
return x
def initSTC(stc, stylefile, language, custom=''):
#get the styling information
_faces = dict(faces)
_faces.update(get_faces(stylefile))
styles = get_style(stylefile, language, _faces, 'default')
styles.update(get_style(stylefile, language, _faces, custom))
## print "got styling information:", [i.strip() for i in lines1]
#get any extra bits
extra = get_extra(stylefile, language)
## import pprint
## pprint.pprint(extra)
#get the actual lexer
lexer = wx.stc.STC_LEX_NULL
if 'lexer' in extra:
lex = extra['lexer']
if lex.startswith('wx'):
lex = lex[2:]
lex.lstrip('.')
if hasattr(wx.stc, lex):
lexer = getattr(wx.stc, lex)
_base = 'fore:%(forecol)s,back:%(backcol)s,face:%(mono)s,size:%(size)d'%_faces
stc.StyleResetDefault()
stc.ClearDocumentStyle()
stc.SetLexer(lexer)
stc.kw = extra.get('keywords', '')
stc.SetKeyWords(0, stc.kw)
stc.StyleSetSpec(wx.stc.STC_STYLE_DEFAULT, _base)
stc.StyleClearAll()
for num, style in styles.iteritems():
if num >= 0:
stc.StyleSetSpec(num, style)
elif num == -1:
setSelectionColour(stc, style)
elif num == -2:
setCursorColour(stc, style)
elif num == -3:
setEdgeColour(stc, style)
#borrowed from STCStyleEditor
bkCol = None
if 0 in styles: prop = styles[0]
else: prop = _base
names, vals = parseProp(prop)
if 'back' in names:
bkCol = strToCol(vals['back'])
if bkCol is None:
bkCol = '#ffffff'
stc.SetBackgroundColour(bkCol)
stc.Colourise(0, stc.GetTextLength())
# borrowed from STCStyleEditor.py
def strToCol(strCol):
assert len(strCol) == 7 and strCol[0] == '#', 'Not a valid colour string'
return wx.Colour(int(strCol[1:3], 16),
int(strCol[3:5], 16),
int(strCol[5:7], 16))
def setSelectionColour(stc, style):
names, values = parseProp(style)
if 'fore' in names:
stc.SetSelForeground(True, strToCol(values['fore']))
if 'back' in names:
stc.SetSelBackground(True, strToCol(values['back']))
def setCursorColour(stc, style):
names, values = parseProp(style)
if 'fore' in names:
stc.SetCaretForeground(strToCol(values['fore']))
def setEdgeColour(stc, style):
names, values = parseProp(style)
if 'fore' in names:
stc.SetEdgeColour(strToCol(values['fore']))
def parseProp(prop):
items = prop.split(',')
names = []
values = {}
for item in items:
nameVal = item.split(':')
names.append(nameVal[0].strip())
if len(nameVal) == 1:
values[nameVal[0]] = ''
else:
values[nameVal[0]] = nameVal[1].strip()
return names, values