Source code for pyworkflow.gui.project.utils

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import platform
import abc
from abc import ABC

from pyworkflow.gui.project.constants import STATUS_COLORS, WARNING_COLOR
from pyworkflow.protocol import STATUS_FAILED

[docs]def getStatusColorFromNode(node): # If it is a run node (not PROJECT) return getStatusColorFromRun(
[docs]def getStatusColorFromRun(prot): """ Returns the color associated with the status. """ if prot: if prot.hasSummaryWarnings(): return WARNING_COLOR else: return getStatusColor(prot.status.get(STATUS_FAILED)) else: return getStatusColor()
[docs]def getStatusColor(status=None, default='#ADD8E6'): """ Parameters ---------- status status of the protocol Returns the color associated with he status ------- """ return STATUS_COLORS[status] if status else default
# OS dependent behaviour. Add any OS dependent method here and later we might move # or refactor this to a class or something else
[docs]class OSHandler(abc.ABC): """ Abstract class: Handler for OS specific actions"""
[docs] def maximizeWindow(root): pass
[docs]class LinuxHandler(OSHandler, ABC):
[docs] def maximizeWindow(root): root.attributes("-zoomed", True)
[docs]class MacHandler(OSHandler, ABC):
[docs] def maximizeWindow(root): root.state("zoomed")
[docs]class WindowsHandler(OSHandler, ABC):
[docs] def maximizeWindow(root): root.state("zoomed")
[docs]class OS: _handler = None _handlers = {"Linux": LinuxHandler, "Darwin": MacHandler, "Windows": WindowsHandler} # Until testing this on windows
[docs] @staticmethod def getPlatform(): return platform.system()
[docs] @classmethod def handler(cls): if cls._handler is None: cls._handler = cls._handlers[cls.getPlatform()] return cls._handler
[docs] @classmethod def getDistro(cls): return platform.os.uname().version