Source code for pyqtgraph.widgets.ComboBox

import sys
from ..Qt import QtGui, QtCore
from ..SignalProxy import SignalProxy
from ..pgcollections import OrderedDict
from ..python2_3 import asUnicode, basestring


[docs]class ComboBox(QtGui.QComboBox): """Extends QComboBox to add extra functionality. * Handles dict mappings -- user selects a text key, and the ComboBox indicates the selected value. * Requires item strings to be unique * Remembers selected value if list is cleared and subsequently repopulated * setItems() replaces the items in the ComboBox and blocks signals if the value ultimately does not change. """
[docs] def __init__(self, parent=None, items=None, default=None): QtGui.QComboBox.__init__(self, parent) self.currentIndexChanged.connect(self.indexChanged) self._ignoreIndexChange = False #self.value = default if 'darwin' in sys.platform: ## because MacOSX can show names that are wider than the comboBox self.setSizeAdjustPolicy(QtGui.QComboBox.AdjustToMinimumContentsLength) #self.setMinimumContentsLength(10) self._chosenText = None self._items = OrderedDict() if items is not None: self.setItems(items) if default is not None: self.setValue(default)
[docs] def setValue(self, value): """Set the selected item to the first one having the given value.""" text = None for k,v in self._items.items(): if v == value: text = k break if text is None: raise ValueError(value) self.setText(text)
[docs] def setText(self, text): """Set the selected item to the first one having the given text.""" ind = self.findText(text) if ind == -1: raise ValueError(text) #self.value = value self.setCurrentIndex(ind)
[docs] def value(self): """ If items were given as a list of strings, then return the currently selected text. If items were given as a dict, then return the value corresponding to the currently selected key. If the combo list is empty, return None. """ if self.count() == 0: return None text = asUnicode(self.currentText()) return self._items[text]
def ignoreIndexChange(func): # Decorator that prevents updates to self._chosenText def fn(self, *args, **kwds): prev = self._ignoreIndexChange self._ignoreIndexChange = True try: ret = func(self, *args, **kwds) finally: self._ignoreIndexChange = prev return ret return fn def blockIfUnchanged(func): # decorator that blocks signal emission during complex operations # and emits currentIndexChanged only if the value has actually # changed at the end. def fn(self, *args, **kwds): prevVal = self.value() blocked = self.signalsBlocked() self.blockSignals(True) try: ret = func(self, *args, **kwds) finally: self.blockSignals(blocked) # only emit if the value has changed if self.value() != prevVal: self.currentIndexChanged.emit(self.currentIndex()) return ret return fn @ignoreIndexChange @blockIfUnchanged def setItems(self, items): """ *items* may be a list or a dict. If a dict is given, then the keys are used to populate the combo box and the values will be used for both value() and setValue(). """ prevVal = self.value() self.blockSignals(True) try: self.clear() self.addItems(items) finally: self.blockSignals(False) # only emit if we were not able to re-set the original value if self.value() != prevVal: self.currentIndexChanged.emit(self.currentIndex()) def items(self): return self.items.copy() def updateList(self, items): # for backward compatibility return self.setItems(items) def indexChanged(self, index): # current index has changed; need to remember new 'chosen text' if self._ignoreIndexChange: return self._chosenText = asUnicode(self.currentText()) def setCurrentIndex(self, index): QtGui.QComboBox.setCurrentIndex(self, index) def itemsChanged(self): # try to set the value to the last one selected, if it is available. if self._chosenText is not None: try: self.setText(self._chosenText) except ValueError: pass @ignoreIndexChange def insertItem(self, *args): raise NotImplementedError() #QtGui.QComboBox.insertItem(self, *args) #self.itemsChanged() @ignoreIndexChange def insertItems(self, *args): raise NotImplementedError() #QtGui.QComboBox.insertItems(self, *args) #self.itemsChanged() @ignoreIndexChange def addItem(self, *args, **kwds): # Need to handle two different function signatures for QComboBox.addItem try: if isinstance(args[0], basestring): text = args[0] if len(args) == 2: value = args[1] else: value = kwds.get('value', text) else: text = args[1] if len(args) == 3: value = args[2] else: value = kwds.get('value', text) except IndexError: raise TypeError("First or second argument of addItem must be a string.") if text in self._items: raise Exception('ComboBox already has item named "%s".' % text) self._items[text] = value QtGui.QComboBox.addItem(self, *args) self.itemsChanged() def setItemValue(self, name, value): if name not in self._items: self.addItem(name, value) else: self._items[name] = value @ignoreIndexChange @blockIfUnchanged def addItems(self, items): if isinstance(items, list): texts = items items = dict([(x, x) for x in items]) elif isinstance(items, dict): texts = list(items.keys()) else: raise TypeError("items argument must be list or dict (got %s)." % type(items)) for t in texts: if t in self._items: raise Exception('ComboBox already has item named "%s".' % t) for k,v in items.items(): self._items[k] = v QtGui.QComboBox.addItems(self, list(texts)) self.itemsChanged() @ignoreIndexChange def clear(self): self._items = OrderedDict() QtGui.QComboBox.clear(self) self.itemsChanged()