Source code for pyworkflow.wizard

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"""
This module is mainly for the Viewer class, which 
serve as base for implementing visualization tools(Viewer sub-classes).
"""

DESKTOP_TKINTER = 'tkinter'
WEB_DJANGO = 'django'


[docs]class Wizard(object): """ This is a special case of GUI to help the user selecting important parameters. The _targets will serve to define to which Definition and parameters the Wizard is defined, it will be a list of tuples such as: _targets = [(DefImportMicrographs, ['voltage', sphericalAberration']), (DefCTFMicrographs, ['lowRes', 'highRes'])] The _environments will serve to define when this wizard can be used. For example> _environments = [DESKTOP_TKINTER, WEB_DJANGO] """ _targets = [] _environments = [DESKTOP_TKINTER]
[docs] def show(self, form, *params): """ This will show up the wizard to select parameters. Params: form: the protocol form, given access to to all parameters. Some times the same wizard will modify several elements in the form. *params: a list of params to modify, sometimes the wizard can be generic and can be used for different parameters in the same form. """ pass
[docs] def getView(self): """ This method should return the string value of the view in web that will respond to this wizard. This method only should be implemented in those wizards that have WEB_DJANGO environment defined. """ return None