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#!/usr/bin/python
# Urwid common display code
# Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Ian Ward
#
# This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
# version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
# This library 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
# Lesser General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
# License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
#
# Urwid web site: http://excess.org/urwid/
import sys
import termios
from util import int_scale
import signals
# signals sent by BaseScreen
UPDATE_PALETTE_ENTRY = "update palette entry"
# AttrSpec internal values
_BASIC_START = 0 # first index of basic color aliases
_CUBE_START = 16 # first index of color cube
_CUBE_SIZE_256 = 6 # one side of the color cube
_GRAY_SIZE_256 = 24
_GRAY_START_256 = _CUBE_SIZE_256 ** 3 + _CUBE_START
_CUBE_WHITE_256 = _GRAY_START_256 -1
_CUBE_SIZE_88 = 4
_GRAY_SIZE_88 = 8
_GRAY_START_88 = _CUBE_SIZE_88 ** 3 + _CUBE_START
_CUBE_WHITE_88 = _GRAY_START_88 -1
_CUBE_BLACK = _CUBE_START
# values copied from xterm 256colres.h:
_CUBE_STEPS_256 = [0x00, 0x5f, 0x87, 0xaf, 0xd7, 0xff]
_GRAY_STEPS_256 = [0x08, 0x12, 0x1c, 0x26, 0x30, 0x3a, 0x44, 0x4e, 0x58, 0x62,
0x6c, 0x76, 0x80, 0x84, 0x94, 0x9e, 0xa8, 0xb2, 0xbc, 0xc6, 0xd0,
0xda, 0xe4, 0xee]
# values copied from xterm 88colres.h:
_CUBE_STEPS_88 = [0x00, 0x8b, 0xcd, 0xff]
_GRAY_STEPS_88 = [0x2e, 0x5c, 0x73, 0x8b, 0xa2, 0xb9, 0xd0, 0xe7]
# values copied from X11/rgb.txt and XTerm-col.ad:
_BASIC_COLOR_VALUES = [(0,0,0), (205, 0, 0), (0, 205, 0), (205, 205, 0),
(0, 0, 238), (205, 0, 205), (0, 205, 205), (229, 229, 229),
(127, 127, 127), (255, 0, 0), (0, 255, 0), (255, 255, 0),
(0x5c, 0x5c, 0xff), (255, 0, 255), (0, 255, 255), (255, 255, 255)]
_COLOR_VALUES_256 = (_BASIC_COLOR_VALUES +
[(r, g, b) for r in _CUBE_STEPS_256 for g in _CUBE_STEPS_256
for b in _CUBE_STEPS_256] +
[(gr, gr, gr) for gr in _GRAY_STEPS_256])
_COLOR_VALUES_88 = (_BASIC_COLOR_VALUES +
[(r, g, b) for r in _CUBE_STEPS_88 for g in _CUBE_STEPS_88
for b in _CUBE_STEPS_88] +
[(gr, gr, gr) for gr in _GRAY_STEPS_88])
assert len(_COLOR_VALUES_256) == 256
assert len(_COLOR_VALUES_88) == 88
_FG_COLOR_MASK = 0x000000ff
_BG_COLOR_MASK = 0x0000ff00
_FG_BASIC_COLOR = 0x00010000
_FG_HIGH_COLOR = 0x00020000
_BG_BASIC_COLOR = 0x00040000
_BG_HIGH_COLOR = 0x00080000
_BG_SHIFT = 8
_HIGH_88_COLOR = 0x00100000
_STANDOUT = 0x02000000
_UNDERLINE = 0x04000000
_BOLD = 0x08000000
_FG_MASK = (_FG_COLOR_MASK | _FG_BASIC_COLOR | _FG_HIGH_COLOR |
_STANDOUT | _UNDERLINE | _BOLD)
_BG_MASK = _BG_COLOR_MASK | _BG_BASIC_COLOR | _BG_HIGH_COLOR
DEFAULT = 'default'
BLACK = 'black'
DARK_RED = 'dark red'
DARK_GREEN = 'dark green'
BROWN = 'brown'
DARK_BLUE = 'dark blue'
DARK_MAGENTA = 'dark magenta'
DARK_CYAN = 'dark cyan'
LIGHT_GRAY = 'light gray'
DARK_GRAY = 'dark gray'
LIGHT_RED = 'light red'
LIGHT_GREEN = 'light green'
YELLOW = 'yellow'
LIGHT_BLUE = 'light blue'
LIGHT_MAGENTA = 'light magenta'
LIGHT_CYAN = 'light cyan'
WHITE = 'white'
_BASIC_COLORS = [
BLACK,
DARK_RED,
DARK_GREEN,
BROWN,
DARK_BLUE,
DARK_MAGENTA,
DARK_CYAN,
LIGHT_GRAY,
DARK_GRAY,
LIGHT_RED,
LIGHT_GREEN,
YELLOW,
LIGHT_BLUE,
LIGHT_MAGENTA,
LIGHT_CYAN,
WHITE,
]
_ATTRIBUTES = {
'bold': _BOLD,
'underline': _UNDERLINE,
'standout': _STANDOUT,
}
def _value_lookup_table(values, size):
"""
Generate a lookup table for finding the closest item in values.
Lookup returns (index into values)+1
values -- list of values in ascending order, all < size
size -- size of lookup table and maximum value
>>> _value_lookup_table([0, 7, 9], 10)
[0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2]
"""
middle_values = [0] + [(values[i] + values[i + 1] + 1) / 2
for i in range(len(values) - 1)] + [size]
lookup_table = []
for i in range(len(middle_values)-1):
count = middle_values[i + 1] - middle_values[i]
lookup_table.extend([i] * count)
return lookup_table
_CUBE_256_LOOKUP = _value_lookup_table(_CUBE_STEPS_256, 256)
_GRAY_256_LOOKUP = _value_lookup_table([0] + _GRAY_STEPS_256 + [0xff], 256)
_CUBE_88_LOOKUP = _value_lookup_table(_CUBE_STEPS_88, 256)
_GRAY_88_LOOKUP = _value_lookup_table([0] + _GRAY_STEPS_88 + [0xff], 256)
# convert steps to values that will be used by string versions of the colors
# 1 hex digit for rgb and 0..100 for grayscale
_CUBE_STEPS_256_16 = [int_scale(n, 0x100, 0x10) for n in _CUBE_STEPS_256]
_GRAY_STEPS_256_101 = [int_scale(n, 0x100, 101) for n in _GRAY_STEPS_256]
_CUBE_STEPS_88_16 = [int_scale(n, 0x100, 0x10) for n in _CUBE_STEPS_88]
_GRAY_STEPS_88_101 = [int_scale(n, 0x100, 101) for n in _GRAY_STEPS_88]
# create lookup tables for 1 hex digit rgb and 0..100 for grayscale values
_CUBE_256_LOOKUP_16 = [_CUBE_256_LOOKUP[int_scale(n, 16, 0x100)]
for n in range(16)]
_GRAY_256_LOOKUP_101 = [_GRAY_256_LOOKUP[int_scale(n, 101, 0x100)]
for n in range(101)]
_CUBE_88_LOOKUP_16 = [_CUBE_88_LOOKUP[int_scale(n, 16, 0x100)]
for n in range(16)]
_GRAY_88_LOOKUP_101 = [_GRAY_88_LOOKUP[int_scale(n, 101, 0x100)]
for n in range(101)]
# The functions _gray_num_256() and _gray_num_88() do not include the gray
# values from the color cube so that the gray steps are an even width.
# The color cube grays are available by using the rgb functions. Pure
# white and black are taken from the color cube, since the gray range does
# not include them, and the basic colors are more likely to have been
# customized by an end-user.
def _gray_num_256(gnum):
"""Return ths color number for gray number gnum.
Color cube black and white are returned for 0 and %d respectively
since those values aren't included in the gray scale.
""" % (_GRAY_SIZE_256+1)
# grays start from index 1
gnum -= 1
if gnum < 0:
return _CUBE_BLACK
if gnum >= _GRAY_SIZE_256:
return _CUBE_WHITE_256
return _GRAY_START_256 + gnum
def _gray_num_88(gnum):
"""Return ths color number for gray number gnum.
Color cube black and white are returned for 0 and %d respectively
since those values aren't included in the gray scale.
""" % (_GRAY_SIZE_88+1)
# gnums start from index 1
gnum -= 1
if gnum < 0:
return _CUBE_BLACK
if gnum >= _GRAY_SIZE_88:
return _CUBE_WHITE_88
return _GRAY_START_88 + gnum
def _color_desc_256(num):
"""
Return a string description of color number num.
0..15 -> 'h0'..'h15' basic colors (as high-colors)
16..231 -> '#000'..'#fff' color cube colors
232..255 -> 'g3'..'g93' grays
>>> _color_desc_256(15)
'h15'
>>> _color_desc_256(16)
'#000'
>>> _color_desc_256(17)
'#006'
>>> _color_desc_256(230)
'#ffd'
>>> _color_desc_256(233)
'g7'
>>> _color_desc_256(234)
'g11'
"""
assert num >= 0 and num < 256, num
if num < _CUBE_START:
return 'h%d' % num
if num < _GRAY_START_256:
num -= _CUBE_START
b, num = num % _CUBE_SIZE_256, num / _CUBE_SIZE_256
g, num = num % _CUBE_SIZE_256, num / _CUBE_SIZE_256
r = num % _CUBE_SIZE_256
return '#%x%x%x' % (_CUBE_STEPS_256_16[r], _CUBE_STEPS_256_16[g],
_CUBE_STEPS_256_16[b])
return 'g%d' % _GRAY_STEPS_256_101[num - _GRAY_START_256]
def _color_desc_88(num):
"""
Return a string description of color number num.
0..15 -> 'h0'..'h15' basic colors (as high-colors)
16..79 -> '#000'..'#fff' color cube colors
80..87 -> 'g18'..'g90' grays
>>> _color_desc_88(15)
'h15'
>>> _color_desc_88(16)
'#000'
>>> _color_desc_88(17)
'#008'
>>> _color_desc_88(78)
'#ffc'
>>> _color_desc_88(81)
'g36'
>>> _color_desc_88(82)
'g45'
"""
assert num > 0 and num < 88
if num < _CUBE_START:
return 'h%d' % num
if num < _GRAY_START_88:
num -= _CUBE_START
b, num = num % _CUBE_SIZE_88, num / _CUBE_SIZE_88
g, r= num % _CUBE_SIZE_88, num / _CUBE_SIZE_88
return '#%x%x%x' % (_CUBE_STEPS_88_16[r], _CUBE_STEPS_88_16[g],
_CUBE_STEPS_88_16[b])
return 'g%d' % _GRAY_STEPS_88_101[num - _GRAY_START_88]
def _parse_color_256(desc):
"""
Return a color number for the description desc.
'h0'..'h255' -> 0..255 actual color number
'#000'..'#fff' -> 16..231 color cube colors
'g0'..'g100' -> 16, 232..255, 231 grays and color cube black/white
'g#00'..'g#ff' -> 16, 232...255, 231 gray and color cube black/white
Returns None if desc is invalid.
>>> _parse_color_256('h142')
142
>>> _parse_color_256('#f00')
196
>>> _parse_color_256('g100')
231
>>> _parse_color_256('g#80')
244
"""
if len(desc) > 4:
# keep the length within reason before parsing
return None
try:
if desc.startswith('h'):
# high-color number
num = int(desc[1:], 10)
if num < 0 or num > 255:
return None
return num
if desc.startswith('#') and len(desc) == 4:
# color-cube coordinates
rgb = int(desc[1:], 16)
if rgb < 0:
return None
b, rgb = rgb % 16, rgb / 16
g, r = rgb % 16, rgb / 16
# find the closest rgb values
r = _CUBE_256_LOOKUP_16[r]
g = _CUBE_256_LOOKUP_16[g]
b = _CUBE_256_LOOKUP_16[b]
return _CUBE_START + (r * _CUBE_SIZE_256 + g) * _CUBE_SIZE_256 + b
# Only remaining possibility is gray value
if desc.startswith('g#'):
# hex value 00..ff
gray = int(desc[2:], 16)
if gray < 0 or gray > 255:
return None
gray = _GRAY_256_LOOKUP[gray]
elif desc.startswith('g'):
# decimal value 0..100
gray = int(desc[1:], 10)
if gray < 0 or gray > 100:
return None
gray = _GRAY_256_LOOKUP_101[gray]
else:
return None
if gray == 0:
return _CUBE_BLACK
gray -= 1
if gray == _GRAY_SIZE_256:
return _CUBE_WHITE_256
return _GRAY_START_256 + gray
except ValueError:
return None
def _parse_color_88(desc):
"""
Return a color number for the description desc.
'h0'..'h87' -> 0..87 actual color number
'#000'..'#fff' -> 16..79 color cube colors
'g0'..'g100' -> 16, 80..87, 79 grays and color cube black/white
'g#00'..'g#ff' -> 16, 80...87, 79 gray and color cube black/white
Returns None if desc is invalid.
>>> _parse_color_88('h142')
>>> _parse_color_88('h42')
42
>>> _parse_color_88('#f00')
64
>>> _parse_color_88('g100')
79
>>> _parse_color_88('g#80')
83
"""
if len(desc) > 4:
# keep the length within reason before parsing
return None
try:
if desc.startswith('h'):
# high-color number
num = int(desc[1:], 10)
if num < 0 or num > 87:
return None
return num
if desc.startswith('#') and len(desc) == 4:
# color-cube coordinates
rgb = int(desc[1:], 16)
if rgb < 0:
return None
b, rgb = rgb % 16, rgb / 16
g, r = rgb % 16, rgb / 16
# find the closest rgb values
r = _CUBE_88_LOOKUP_16[r]
g = _CUBE_88_LOOKUP_16[g]
b = _CUBE_88_LOOKUP_16[b]
return _CUBE_START + (r * _CUBE_SIZE_88 + g) * _CUBE_SIZE_88 + b
# Only remaining possibility is gray value
if desc.startswith('g#'):
# hex value 00..ff
gray = int(desc[2:], 16)
if gray < 0 or gray > 255:
return None
gray = _GRAY_88_LOOKUP[gray]
elif desc.startswith('g'):
# decimal value 0..100
gray = int(desc[1:], 10)
if gray < 0 or gray > 100:
return None
gray = _GRAY_88_LOOKUP_101[gray]
else:
return None
if gray == 0:
return _CUBE_BLACK
gray -= 1
if gray == _GRAY_SIZE_88:
return _CUBE_WHITE_88
return _GRAY_START_88 + gray
except ValueError:
return None
class AttrSpecError(Exception):
pass
class AttrSpec(object):
def __init__(self, fg, bg, colors=256):
"""
fg -- a string containing a comma-separated foreground color
and settings
Color values:
'default' (use the terminal's default foreground),
'black', 'dark red', 'dark green', 'brown', 'dark blue',
'dark magenta', 'dark cyan', 'light gray', 'dark gray',
'light red', 'light green', 'yellow', 'light blue',
'light magenta', 'light cyan', 'white'
High-color example values:
'#009' (0% red, 0% green, 60% red, like HTML colors)
'#fcc' (100% red, 80% green, 80% blue)
'g40' (40% gray, decimal), 'g#cc' (80% gray, hex),
'#000', 'g0', 'g#00' (black),
'#fff', 'g100', 'g#ff' (white)
'h8' (color number 8), 'h255' (color number 255)
Setting:
'bold', 'underline', 'blink', 'standout'
Some terminals use 'bold' for bright colors. Most terminals
ignore the 'blink' setting. If the color is not given then
'default' will be assumed.
bg -- a string containing the background color
Color values:
'default' (use the terminal's default background),
'black', 'dark red', 'dark green', 'brown', 'dark blue',
'dark magenta', 'dark cyan', 'light gray'
High-color exaples:
see fg examples above
An empty string will be treated the same as 'default'.
colors -- the maximum colors available for the specification
Valid values include: 1, 16, 88 and 256. High-color
values are only usable with 88 or 256 colors. With
1 color only the foreground settings may be used.
>>> AttrSpec('dark red', 'light gray', 16)
AttrSpec('dark red', 'light gray')
>>> AttrSpec('yellow, underline, bold', 'dark blue')
AttrSpec('yellow,bold,underline', 'dark blue')
>>> AttrSpec('#ddb', '#004', 256) # closest colors will be found
AttrSpec('#dda', '#006')
>>> AttrSpec('#ddb', '#004', 88)
AttrSpec('#ccc', '#000', colors=88)
"""
if colors not in (1, 16, 88, 256):
raise AttrSpecError('invalid number of colors (%d).' % colors)
self._value = 0 | _HIGH_88_COLOR * (colors == 88)
self.foreground = fg
self.background = bg
if self.colors > colors:
raise AttrSpecError(('foreground/background (%s/%s) require ' +
'more colors than have been specified (%d).') %
(repr(fg), repr(bg), colors))
foreground_basic = property(lambda s: s._value & _FG_BASIC_COLOR != 0)
foreground_high = property(lambda s: s._value & _FG_HIGH_COLOR != 0)
foreground_number = property(lambda s: s._value & _FG_COLOR_MASK)
background_basic = property(lambda s: s._value & _BG_BASIC_COLOR != 0)
background_high = property(lambda s: s._value & _BG_HIGH_COLOR != 0)
background_number = property(lambda s: (s._value & _BG_COLOR_MASK)
>> _BG_SHIFT)
bold = property(lambda s: s._value & _BOLD != 0)
underline = property(lambda s: s._value & _UNDERLINE != 0)
standout = property(lambda s: s._value & _STANDOUT != 0)
def _colors(self):
"""
Return the maximum colors required for this object.
Returns 256, 88, 16 or 1.
"""
if self._value & _HIGH_88_COLOR:
return 88
if self._value & (_BG_HIGH_COLOR | _FG_HIGH_COLOR):
return 256
if self._value & (_BG_BASIC_COLOR | _BG_BASIC_COLOR):
return 16
return 1
colors = property(_colors)
def __repr__(self):
"""
Return an executable python representation of the AttrSpec
object.
"""
args = "%r, %r" % (self.foreground, self.background)
if self.colors == 88:
# 88-color mode is the only one that is handled differently
args = args + ", colors=88"
return "%s(%s)" % (self.__class__.__name__, args)
def _foreground_color(self):
"""Return only the color component of the foreground."""
if not (self.foreground_basic or self.foreground_high):
return 'default'
if self.foreground_basic:
return _BASIC_COLORS[self.foreground_number]
if self.colors == 88:
return _color_desc_88(self.foreground_number)
return _color_desc_256(self.foreground_number)
def _foreground(self):
return (self._foreground_color() +
',bold' * self.bold + ',standout' * self.standout +
',underline' * self.underline)
def _set_foreground(self, foreground):
color = None
flags = 0
# handle comma-separated foreground
for part in foreground.split(','):
part = part.strip()
if part in _ATTRIBUTES:
# parse and store "settings"/attributes in flags
if flags & _ATTRIBUTES[part]:
raise AttrSpecError(("Setting %s specified more than" +
"once in foreground (%s)") % (repr(part),
repr(foreground)))
flags |= _ATTRIBUTES[part]
continue
# past this point we must be specifying a color
if part in ('', 'default'):
scolor = 0
elif part in _BASIC_COLORS:
scolor = _BASIC_COLORS.index(part)
flags |= _FG_BASIC_COLOR
elif self._value & _HIGH_88_COLOR:
scolor = _parse_color_88(part)
flags |= _FG_HIGH_COLOR
else:
scolor = _parse_color_256(part)
flags |= _FG_HIGH_COLOR
# _parse_color_*() return None for unrecognised colors
if scolor is None:
raise AttrSpecError(("Unrecognised color specification %s" +
"in foreground (%s)") % (repr(part), repr(foreground)))
if color is not None:
raise AttrSpecError(("More than one color given for " +
"foreground (%s)") % (repr(foreground),))
color = scolor
if color is None:
color = 0
self._value = (self._value & ~_FG_MASK) | color | flags
foreground = property(_foreground, _set_foreground)
def _background(self):
"""Return the background color."""
if not (self.background_basic or self.background_high):
return 'default'
if self.background_basic:
return _BASIC_COLORS[self.background_number]
if self._value & _HIGH_88_COLOR:
return _color_desc_88(self.background_number)
return _color_desc_256(self.background_number)
def _set_background(self, background):
flags = 0
if background in ('', 'default'):
color = 0
elif background in _BASIC_COLORS:
color = _BASIC_COLORS.index(background)
flags |= _BG_BASIC_COLOR
elif self._value & _HIGH_88_COLOR:
color = _parse_color_88(background)
flags |= _BG_HIGH_COLOR
else:
color = _parse_color_256(background)
flags |= _BG_HIGH_COLOR
if color is None:
raise AttrSpecError(("Unrecognised color specification " +
"in background (%s)") % (repr(background),))
self._value = (self._value & ~_BG_MASK) | (color << _BG_SHIFT) | flags
background = property(_background, _set_background)
def get_rgb_values(self):
"""
Return (fg_red, fg_green, fg_blue, bg_red, bg_green, bg_blue) color
components. Each component is in the range 0-255. Values are taken
from the XTerm defaults and may not exactly match the user's terminal.
If the foreground or background is 'default' then all their compenents
will be returned as None.
>>> AttrSpec('yellow', '#ccf', colors=88).get_rgb_values()
(255, 255, 0, 205, 205, 255)
>>> AttrSpec('default', 'g92').get_rgb_values()
(None, None, None, 238, 238, 238)
"""
if not (self.foreground_basic or self.foreground_high):
vals = (None, None, None)
elif self.colors == 88:
assert self.foreground_number < 88, "Invalid AttrSpec _value"
vals = _COLOR_VALUES_88[self.foreground_number]
else:
vals = _COLOR_VALUES_256[self.foreground_number]
if not (self.background_basic or self.background_high):
return vals + (None, None, None)
elif self.colors == 88:
assert self.background_number < 88, "Invalid AttrSpec _value"
return vals + _COLOR_VALUES_88[self.background_number]
else:
return vals + _COLOR_VALUES_256[self.background_number]
class RealTerminal(object):
def __init__(self):
super(RealTerminal,self).__init__()
self._signal_keys_set = False
self._old_signal_keys = None
def tty_signal_keys(self, intr=None, quit=None, start=None,
stop=None, susp=None):
"""
Read and/or set the tty's signal charater settings.
This function returns the current settings as a tuple.
Use the string 'undefined' to unmap keys from their signals.
The value None is used when no change is being made.
Setting signal keys is done using the integer ascii
code for the key, eg. 3 for CTRL+C.
If this function is called after start() has been called
then the original settings will be restored when stop()
is called.
"""
fd = sys.stdin.fileno()
tattr = termios.tcgetattr(fd)
sattr = tattr[6]
skeys = (sattr[termios.VINTR], sattr[termios.VQUIT],
sattr[termios.VSTART], sattr[termios.VSTOP],
sattr[termios.VSUSP])
if intr == 'undefined': intr = 0
if quit == 'undefined': quit = 0
if start == 'undefined': start = 0
if stop == 'undefined': stop = 0
if susp == 'undefined': susp = 0
if intr is not None: tattr[6][termios.VINTR] = intr
if quit is not None: tattr[6][termios.VQUIT] = quit
if start is not None: tattr[6][termios.VSTART] = start
if stop is not None: tattr[6][termios.VSTOP] = stop
if susp is not None: tattr[6][termios.VSUSP] = susp
if intr is not None or quit is not None or \
start is not None or stop is not None or \
susp is not None:
termios.tcsetattr(fd, termios.TCSADRAIN, tattr)
self._signal_keys_set = True
return skeys
class ScreenError(Exception):
pass
class BaseScreen(object):
"""
Base class for Screen classes (raw_display.Screen, .. etc)
"""
__metaclass__ = signals.MetaSignals
signals = [UPDATE_PALETTE_ENTRY]
def __init__(self):
super(BaseScreen,self).__init__()
self._palette = {}
def register_palette(self, palette):
"""Register a set of palette entries.
palette -- a list of (name, like_other_name) or
(name, foreground, background, mono, foreground_high,
background_high) tuples
The (name, like_other_name) format will copy the settings
from the palette entry like_other_name, which must appear
before this tuple in the list.
The mono and foreground/background_high values are
optional ie. the second tuple format may have 3, 4 or 6
values. See register_palette_entry() for a description
of the tuple values.
"""
for item in palette:
if len(item) in (3,4,6):
self.register_palette_entry(*item)
continue
if len(item) != 2:
raise ScreenError("Invalid register_palette entry: %s" %
repr(item))
name, like_name = item
if not self._palette.has_key(like_name):
raise ScreenError("palette entry '%s' doesn't exist"%like_name)
self._palette[name] = self._palette[like_name]
def register_palette_entry(self, name, foreground, background,
mono=None, foreground_high=None, background_high=None):
"""Register a single palette entry.
name -- new entry/attribute name
foreground -- a string containing a comma-separated foreground
color and settings
Color values:
'default' (use the terminal's default foreground),
'black', 'dark red', 'dark green', 'brown', 'dark blue',
'dark magenta', 'dark cyan', 'light gray', 'dark gray',
'light red', 'light green', 'yellow', 'light blue',
'light magenta', 'light cyan', 'white'
Settings:
'bold', 'underline', 'blink', 'standout'
Some terminals use 'bold' for bright colors. Most terminals
ignore the 'blink' setting. If the color is not given then
'default' will be assumed.
background -- a string containing the background color
Background color values:
'default' (use the terminal's default background),
'black', 'dark red', 'dark green', 'brown', 'dark blue',
'dark magenta', 'dark cyan', 'light gray'
mono -- a comma-separated string containing monochrome terminal
settings (see "Settings" above.)
None = no terminal settings (same as 'default')
foreground_high -- a string containing a comma-separated
foreground color and settings, standard foreground
colors (see "Color values" above) or high-colors may
be used
High-color example values:
'#009' (0% red, 0% green, 60% red, like HTML colors)
'#fcc' (100% red, 80% green, 80% blue)
'g40' (40% gray, decimal), 'g#cc' (80% gray, hex),
'#000', 'g0', 'g#00' (black),
'#fff', 'g100', 'g#ff' (white)
'h8' (color number 8), 'h255' (color number 255)
None = use foreground parameter value
background_high -- a string containing the background color,
standard background colors (see "Background colors" above)
or high-colors (see "High-color example values" above)
may be used
None = use background parameter value
"""
basic = AttrSpec(foreground, background, 16)
if type(mono) == type(()):
# old style of specifying mono attributes was to put them
# in a tuple. convert to comma-separated string
mono = ",".join(mono)
if mono is None:
mono = DEFAULT
mono = AttrSpec(mono, DEFAULT, 1)
if foreground_high is None:
foreground_high = foreground
if background_high is None:
background_high = background
high_88 = AttrSpec(foreground_high, background_high, 88)
high_256 = AttrSpec(foreground_high, background_high, 256)
signals.emit_signal(self, UPDATE_PALETTE_ENTRY,
name, basic, mono, high_88, high_256)
self._palette[name] = (basic, mono, high_88, high_256)
def _test():
import doctest
doctest.testmod()
if __name__=='__main__':
_test()