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# Pmw megawidget base classes.

# This module provides a foundation for building megawidgets.  It
# contains the MegaArchetype class which manages component widgets and
# configuration options.  Also provided are the MegaToplevel and
# MegaWidget classes, derived from the MegaArchetype class.  The
# MegaToplevel class contains a Tkinter Toplevel widget to act as the
# container of the megawidget.  This is used as the base class of all
# megawidgets that are contained in their own top level window, such
# as a Dialog window.  The MegaWidget class contains a Tkinter Frame
# to act as the container of the megawidget.  This is used as the base
# class of all other megawidgets, such as a ComboBox or ButtonBox.
# Megawidgets are built by creating a class that inherits from either
# the MegaToplevel or MegaWidget class.

import os
import string
import sys
import traceback
import types
import Tkinter

# Special values used in index() methods of several megawidgets.
END = ['end']
SELECT = ['select']
DEFAULT = ['default']

# Constant used to indicate that an option can only be set by a call
# to the constructor.
INITOPT = ['initopt']
_DEFAULT_OPTION_VALUE = ['default_option_value']
_useTkOptionDb = 0

# Symbolic constants for the indexes into an optionInfo list.
_OPT_DEFAULT         = 0
_OPT_VALUE           = 1
_OPT_FUNCTION        = 2

# Stacks

_busyStack = []
    # Stack which tracks nested calls to show/hidebusycursor (called
    # either directly or from activate()/deactivate()).  Each element
    # is a dictionary containing:
    #   'newBusyWindows' :  List of windows which had busy_hold called
    #                       on them during a call to showbusycursor(). 
    #                       The corresponding call to hidebusycursor()
    #                       will call busy_release on these windows.
    #   'busyFocus' :       The blt _Busy window which showbusycursor()
    #                       set the focus to.
    #   'previousFocus' :   The focus as it was when showbusycursor()
    #                       was called.  The corresponding call to
    #                       hidebusycursor() will restore this focus if
    #                       the focus has not been changed from busyFocus.

_grabStack = []
    # Stack of grabbed windows.  It tracks calls to push/popgrab()
    # (called either directly or from activate()/deactivate()).  The
    # window on the top of the stack is the window currently with the
    # grab.  Each element is a dictionary containing:
    #   'grabWindow' :      The window grabbed by pushgrab().  The
    #                       corresponding call to popgrab() will release
    #                       the grab on this window and restore the grab
    #                       on the next window in the stack (if there is one).
    #   'globalMode' :      True if the grabWindow was grabbed with a
    #                       global grab, false if the grab was local
    #                       and 'nograb' if no grab was performed.
    #   'previousFocus' :   The focus as it was when pushgrab()
    #                       was called.  The corresponding call to
    #                       popgrab() will restore this focus.
    #   'deactivateFunction' :
    #       The function to call (usually grabWindow.deactivate) if
    #       popgrab() is called (usually from a deactivate() method)
    #       on a window which is not at the top of the stack (that is,
    #       does not have the grab or focus).  For example, if a modal
    #       dialog is deleted by the window manager or deactivated by
    #       a timer.  In this case, all dialogs above and including
    #       this one are deactivated, starting at the top of the
    #       stack.

    # Note that when dealing with focus windows, the name of the Tk
    # widget is used, since it may be the '_Busy' window, which has no
    # python instance associated with it.


# Functions used to forward methods from a class to a component.

# Fill in a flattened method resolution dictionary for a class (attributes are 
# filtered out). Flattening honours the MI method resolution rules 
# (depth-first search of bases in order). The dictionary has method names
# for keys and functions for values.
def __methodDict(cls, dict):

    # the strategy is to traverse the class in the _reverse_ of the normal
    # order, and overwrite any duplicates.
    baseList = list(cls.__bases__)
    # do bases in reverse order, so first base overrides last base
    for super in baseList:
      __methodDict(super, dict)

    # do my methods last to override base classes
    for key, value in cls.__dict__.items():
      # ignore class attributes
      if type(value) == types.FunctionType:
          dict[key] = value

def __methods(cls):
    # Return all method names for a class.

    # Return all method names for a class (attributes are filtered
    # out).  Base classes are searched recursively.

    dict = {}
    __methodDict(cls, dict)
    return dict.keys()
# Function body to resolve a forwarding given the target method name and the 
# attribute name. The resulting lambda requires only self, but will forward 
# any other parameters.
__stringBody = (
    'def %(method)s(this, *args, **kw): return ' +
    'apply(this.%(attribute)s.%(method)s, args, kw)')

# Get a unique id
__counter = 0
def __unique():
  global __counter
  __counter = __counter + 1
  return str(__counter)

# Function body to resolve a forwarding given the target method name and the
# index of the resolution function. The resulting lambda requires only self, 
# but will forward any other parameters. The target instance is identified 
# by invoking the resolution function.
__funcBody = (
    'def %(method)s(this, *args, **kw): return ' +
    'apply(this.%(forwardFunc)s().%(method)s, args, kw)')

def forwardmethods(fromClass, toClass, toPart, exclude = ()):
    # Forward all methods from one class to another.

    # Forwarders will be created in fromClass to forward method
    # invocations to toClass.  The methods to be forwarded are
    # identified by flattening the interface of toClass, and excluding
    # methods identified in the exclude list.  Methods already defined
    # in fromClass, or special methods with one or more leading or
    # trailing underscores will not be forwarded.

    # For a given object of class fromClass, the corresponding toClass
    # object is identified using toPart.  This can either be a String
    # denoting an attribute of fromClass objects, or a function taking
    # a fromClass object and returning a toClass object.

    # Example:
    #     class MyClass:
    #     ...
    #         def __init__(self):
    #             ...
    #             self.__target = TargetClass()
    #             ...
    #         def findtarget(self):
    #             return self.__target
    #     forwardmethods(MyClass, TargetClass, '__target', ['dangerous1', 'dangerous2'])
    #     # ...or...
    #     forwardmethods(MyClass, TargetClass, MyClass.findtarget, 
    #             ['dangerous1', 'dangerous2'])

    # In both cases, all TargetClass methods will be forwarded from
    # MyClass except for dangerous1, dangerous2, special methods like
    # __str__, and pre-existing methods like findtarget.

    # Allow an attribute name (String) or a function to determine the instance
    if type(toPart) != types.StringType:

      # check that it is something like a function
      if callable(toPart):

          # If a method is passed, use the function within it
          if hasattr(toPart, 'im_func'):
            toPart = toPart.im_func
          # After this is set up, forwarders in this class will use
          # the forwarding function. The forwarding function name is
          # guaranteed to be unique, so that it can't be hidden by subclasses
          forwardName = '__fwdfunc__' + __unique()
          fromClass.__dict__[forwardName] = toPart

      # It's not a valid type
          raise TypeError, 'toPart must be attribute name, function or method'

    # get the full set of candidate methods
    dict = {}
    __methodDict(toClass, dict)

    # discard special methods
    for ex in dict.keys():
      if ex[:1] == '_' or ex[-1:] == '_':
          del dict[ex]
    # discard dangerous methods supplied by the caller
    for ex in exclude:
      if dict.has_key(ex):
          del dict[ex]
    # discard methods already defined in fromClass
    for ex in __methods(fromClass):
      if dict.has_key(ex):
          del dict[ex]

    for method, func in dict.items():
      d = {'method': method, 'func': func}
      if type(toPart) == types.StringType:
          execString = \
            __stringBody % {'method' : method, 'attribute' : toPart}
          execString = \
            __funcBody % {'forwardFunc' : forwardName, 'method' : method}

      exec execString in d

      # this creates a method
      fromClass.__dict__[method] = d[method]


def setgeometryanddeiconify(window, geom):
    # To avoid flashes on X and to position the window correctly on NT
    # (caused by Tk bugs).

    if os.name == 'nt' or \
            (os.name == 'posix' and sys.platform[:6] == 'cygwin'):
        # Require overrideredirect trick to stop window frame
        # appearing momentarily.
        redirect = window.overrideredirect()
        if not redirect:
        if geom is not None:
        # Call update_idletasks to ensure NT moves the window to the
        # correct position it is raised.
        if not redirect:
        if geom is not None:

        # Problem!?  Which way around should the following two calls
        # go?  If deiconify() is called first then I get complaints
        # from people using the enlightenment or sawfish window
        # managers that when a dialog is activated it takes about 2
        # seconds for the contents of the window to appear.  But if
        # tkraise() is called first then I get complaints from people
        # using the twm window manager that when a dialog is activated
        # it appears in the top right corner of the screen and also
        # takes about 2 seconds to appear.

        # Call update_idletasks to ensure certain window managers (eg: 
        # enlightenment and sawfish) do not cause Tk to delay for
        # about two seconds before displaying window.

        if window.overrideredirect():
            # The window is not under the control of the window manager
            # and so we need to raise it ourselves.


class MegaArchetype:
    # Megawidget abstract root class.

    # This class provides methods which are inherited by classes
    # implementing useful bases (this class doesn't provide a
    # container widget inside which the megawidget can be built).

    def __init__(self, parent = None, hullClass = None):

      # Mapping from each megawidget option to a list of information
      # about the option
      #   - default value
      #   - current value
      #   - function to call when the option is initialised in the
      #     call to initialiseoptions() in the constructor or
      #     modified via configure().  If this is INITOPT, the
      #     option is an initialisation option (an option that can
      #     be set by the call to the constructor but can not be
      #     used with configure).
      # This mapping is not initialised here, but in the call to
      # defineoptions() which precedes construction of this base class.
      # self._optionInfo = {}

      # Mapping from each component name to a tuple of information
      # about the component.
      #   - component widget instance
      #   - configure function of widget instance
      #   - the class of the widget (Frame, EntryField, etc)
      #   - cget function of widget instance
      #   - the name of the component group of this component, if any
      self.__componentInfo = {}

      # Mapping from alias names to the names of components or
      # sub-components.
      self.__componentAliases = {}

      # Contains information about the keywords provided to the
      # constructor.  It is a mapping from the keyword to a tuple
      # containing:
      #    - value of keyword
      #    - a boolean indicating if the keyword has been used.
      # A keyword is used if, during the construction of a megawidget,
      #    - it is defined in a call to defineoptions() or addoptions(), or
      #    - it references, by name, a component of the megawidget, or
      #    - it references, by group, at least one component
      # At the end of megawidget construction, a call is made to
      # initialiseoptions() which reports an error if there are
      # unused options given to the constructor.
        # After megawidget construction, the dictionary contains
        # keywords which refer to a dynamic component group, so that
        # these components can be created after megawidget
        # construction and still use the group options given to the
        # constructor.
      # self._constructorKeywords = {}

        # List of dynamic component groups.  If a group is included in
        # this list, then it not an error if a keyword argument for
        # the group is given to the constructor or to configure(), but
        # no components with this group have been created.
        # self._dynamicGroups = ()

      if hullClass is None:
          self._hull = None
          if parent is None:
            parent = Tkinter._default_root

          # Create the hull.
          self._hull = self.createcomponent('hull',
                (), None,
                hullClass, (parent,))
          _hullToMegaWidget[self._hull] = self

          if _useTkOptionDb:
            # Now that a widget has been created, query the Tk
            # option database to get the default values for the
            # options which have not been set in the call to the
            # constructor.  This assumes that defineoptions() is
            # called before the __init__().
            option_get = self.option_get
            _VALUE = _OPT_VALUE
            _DEFAULT = _OPT_DEFAULT
            for name, info in self._optionInfo.items():
                value = info[_VALUE]
                if value is _DEFAULT_OPTION_VALUE:
                  resourceClass = string.upper(name[0]) + name[1:]
                  value = option_get(name, resourceClass)
                  if value != '':
                        # Convert the string to int/float/tuple, etc
                        value = eval(value, {'__builtins__': {}})
                      info[_VALUE] = value
                      info[_VALUE] = info[_DEFAULT]

    def destroy(self):
        # Clean up optionInfo in case it contains circular references
        # in the function field, such as self._settitle in class
        # MegaToplevel.

      self._optionInfo = {}
        if self._hull is not None:
            del _hullToMegaWidget[self._hull]

    # Methods used (mainly) during the construction of the megawidget.

    def defineoptions(self, keywords, optionDefs, dynamicGroups = ()):
      # Create options, providing the default value and the method
      # to call when the value is changed.  If any option created by
      # base classes has the same name as one in <optionDefs>, the
      # base class's value and function will be overriden.

      # This should be called before the constructor of the base
      # class, so that default values defined in the derived class
      # override those in the base class.

      if not hasattr(self, '_constructorKeywords'):
            # First time defineoptions has been called.
          tmp = {}
          for option, value in keywords.items():
            tmp[option] = [value, 0]
          self._constructorKeywords = tmp
          self._optionInfo = {}
          self._initialiseoptions_counter = 0
        self._initialiseoptions_counter = self._initialiseoptions_counter + 1

        if not hasattr(self, '_dynamicGroups'):
            self._dynamicGroups = ()
        self._dynamicGroups = self._dynamicGroups + tuple(dynamicGroups)

    def addoptions(self, optionDefs):
      # Add additional options, providing the default value and the
      # method to call when the value is changed.  See
      # "defineoptions" for more details

      # optimisations:
      optionInfo = self._optionInfo
      optionInfo_has_key = optionInfo.has_key
      keywords = self._constructorKeywords
      keywords_has_key = keywords.has_key

      for name, default, function in optionDefs:
          if '_' not in name:
            # The option will already exist if it has been defined
            # in a derived class.  In this case, do not override the
            # default value of the option or the callback function
            # if it is not None.
            if not optionInfo_has_key(name):
                if keywords_has_key(name):
                  value = keywords[name][0]
                  optionInfo[name] = [default, value, function]
                  del keywords[name]
                  if _useTkOptionDb:
                      optionInfo[name] = \
                            [default, _DEFAULT_OPTION_VALUE, function]
                      optionInfo[name] = [default, default, function]
            elif optionInfo[name][FUNCTION] is None:
                optionInfo[name][FUNCTION] = function
            # This option is of the form "component_option".  If this is
            # not already defined in self._constructorKeywords add it.
            # This allows a derived class to override the default value
            # of an option of a component of a base class.
            if not keywords_has_key(name):
                keywords[name] = [default, 0]

    def createcomponent(self, componentName, componentAliases,
            componentGroup, widgetClass, *widgetArgs, **kw):
      # Create a component (during construction or later).

      if self.__componentInfo.has_key(componentName):
          raise ValueError, 'Component "%s" already exists' % componentName

      if '_' in componentName:
          raise ValueError, \
                    'Component name "%s" must not contain "_"' % componentName

      if hasattr(self, '_constructorKeywords'):
          keywords = self._constructorKeywords
          keywords = {}
      for alias, component in componentAliases:
          # Create aliases to the component and its sub-components.
          index = string.find(component, '_')
          if index < 0:
            self.__componentAliases[alias] = (component, None)
            mainComponent = component[:index]
            subComponent = component[(index + 1):]
            self.__componentAliases[alias] = (mainComponent, subComponent)

          # Remove aliases from the constructor keyword arguments by
          # replacing any keyword arguments that begin with *alias*
          # with corresponding keys beginning with *component*.

          alias = alias + '_'
          aliasLen = len(alias)
          for option in keywords.keys():
            if len(option) > aliasLen and option[:aliasLen] == alias:
                newkey = component + '_' + option[aliasLen:]
                keywords[newkey] = keywords[option]
                del keywords[option]

      componentPrefix = componentName + '_'
      nameLen = len(componentPrefix)
      for option in keywords.keys():
          if len(option) > nameLen and option[:nameLen] == componentPrefix:
            # The keyword argument refers to this component, so add
            # this to the options to use when constructing the widget.
            kw[option[nameLen:]] = keywords[option][0]
            del keywords[option]
            # Check if this keyword argument refers to the group
            # of this component.  If so, add this to the options
            # to use when constructing the widget.  Mark the
            # keyword argument as being used, but do not remove it
            # since it may be required when creating another
            # component.
            index = string.find(option, '_')
            if index >= 0 and componentGroup == option[:index]:
                rest = option[(index + 1):]
                kw[rest] = keywords[option][0]
                keywords[option][1] = 1

      if kw.has_key('pyclass'):
          widgetClass = kw['pyclass']
          del kw['pyclass']
      if widgetClass is None:
          return None
        if len(widgetArgs) == 1 and type(widgetArgs[0]) == types.TupleType:
            # Arguments to the constructor can be specified as either
            # multiple trailing arguments to createcomponent() or as a
            # single tuple argument.
            widgetArgs = widgetArgs[0]
      widget = apply(widgetClass, widgetArgs, kw)
      componentClass = widget.__class__.__name__
      self.__componentInfo[componentName] = (widget, widget.configure,
            componentClass, widget.cget, componentGroup)

      return widget

    def destroycomponent(self, name):
      # Remove a megawidget component.

      # This command is for use by megawidget designers to destroy a
      # megawidget component.

      del self.__componentInfo[name]

    def createlabel(self, parent, childCols = 1, childRows = 1):

      labelpos = self['labelpos']
      labelmargin = self['labelmargin']
      if labelpos is None:

      label = self.createcomponent('label',
            (), None,
            Tkinter.Label, (parent,))

      if labelpos[0] in 'ns':
          # vertical layout
          if labelpos[0] == 'n':
            row = 0
            margin = 1
            row = childRows + 3
            margin = row - 1
          label.grid(column=2, row=row, columnspan=childCols, sticky=labelpos)
          parent.grid_rowconfigure(margin, minsize=labelmargin)
          # horizontal layout
          if labelpos[0] == 'w':
            col = 0
            margin = 1
            col = childCols + 3
            margin = col - 1
          label.grid(column=col, row=2, rowspan=childRows, sticky=labelpos)
          parent.grid_columnconfigure(margin, minsize=labelmargin)

    def initialiseoptions(self, dummy = None):
        self._initialiseoptions_counter = self._initialiseoptions_counter - 1
      if self._initialiseoptions_counter == 0:
          unusedOptions = []
          keywords = self._constructorKeywords
          for name in keywords.keys():
            used = keywords[name][1]
            if not used:
                    # This keyword argument has not been used.  If it
                    # does not refer to a dynamic group, mark it as
                    # unused.
                    index = string.find(name, '_')
                    if index < 0 or name[:index] not in self._dynamicGroups:
          if len(unusedOptions) > 0:
            if len(unusedOptions) == 1:
                text = 'Unknown option "'
                text = 'Unknown options "'
            raise KeyError, text + string.join(unusedOptions, ', ') + \
                  '" for ' + self.__class__.__name__

          # Call the configuration callback function for every option.
          for info in self._optionInfo.values():
            func = info[FUNCTION]
            if func is not None and func is not INITOPT:

    # Method used to configure the megawidget.

    def configure(self, option=None, **kw):
      # Query or configure the megawidget options.
      # If not empty, *kw* is a dictionary giving new
      # values for some of the options of this megawidget or its
      # components.  For options defined for this megawidget, set
      # the value of the option to the new value and call the
      # configuration callback function, if any.  For options of the
      # form <component>_<option>, where <component> is a component
      # of this megawidget, call the configure method of the
      # component giving it the new value of the option.  The
      # <component> part may be an alias or a component group name.
      # If *option* is None, return all megawidget configuration
      # options and settings.  Options are returned as standard 5
      # element tuples
      # If *option* is a string, return the 5 element tuple for the
      # given configuration option.

      # First, deal with the option queries.
      if len(kw) == 0:
          # This configure call is querying the values of one or all options.
          # Return 5-tuples:
          #     (optionName, resourceName, resourceClass, default, value)
          if option is None:
            rtn = {}
            for option, config in self._optionInfo.items():
                resourceClass = string.upper(option[0]) + option[1:]
                rtn[option] = (option, option, resourceClass,
                      config[_OPT_DEFAULT], config[_OPT_VALUE])
            return rtn
            config = self._optionInfo[option]
            resourceClass = string.upper(option[0]) + option[1:]
            return (option, option, resourceClass, config[_OPT_DEFAULT],

      # optimisations:
      optionInfo = self._optionInfo
      optionInfo_has_key = optionInfo.has_key
      componentInfo = self.__componentInfo
      componentInfo_has_key = componentInfo.has_key
      componentAliases = self.__componentAliases
      componentAliases_has_key = componentAliases.has_key

      # This will contain a list of options in *kw* which
      # are known to this megawidget.
      directOptions = []

      # This will contain information about the options in
      # *kw* of the form <component>_<option>, where
      # <component> is a component of this megawidget.  It is a
      # dictionary whose keys are the configure method of each
      # component and whose values are a dictionary of options and
      # values for the component.
      indirectOptions = {}
      indirectOptions_has_key = indirectOptions.has_key

      for option, value in kw.items():
          if optionInfo_has_key(option):
            # This is one of the options of this megawidget. 
            # Make sure it is not an initialisation option.
            if optionInfo[option][FUNCTION] is INITOPT:
                raise KeyError, \
                      'Cannot configure initialisation option "' \
                      + option + '" for ' + self.__class__.__name__
            optionInfo[option][VALUE] = value
            index = string.find(option, '_')
            if index >= 0:
                # This option may be of the form <component>_<option>.
                component = option[:index]
                componentOption = option[(index + 1):]

                # Expand component alias
                if componentAliases_has_key(component):
                  component, subComponent = componentAliases[component]
                  if subComponent is not None:
                      componentOption = subComponent + '_' \
                            + componentOption

                  # Expand option string to write on error
                  option = component + '_' + componentOption

                if componentInfo_has_key(component):
                  # Configure the named component
                  componentConfigFuncs = [componentInfo[component][1]]
                  # Check if this is a group name and configure all
                  # components in the group.
                  componentConfigFuncs = []
                  for info in componentInfo.values():
                      if info[4] == component:

                        if len(componentConfigFuncs) == 0 and \
                                component not in self._dynamicGroups:
                      raise KeyError, 'Unknown option "' + option + \
                            '" for ' + self.__class__.__name__

                # Add the configure method(s) (may be more than
                # one if this is configuring a component group)
                # and option/value to dictionary.
                for componentConfigFunc in componentConfigFuncs:
                  if not indirectOptions_has_key(componentConfigFunc):
                      indirectOptions[componentConfigFunc] = {}
                  indirectOptions[componentConfigFunc][componentOption] \
                        = value
                raise KeyError, 'Unknown option "' + option + \
                      '" for ' + self.__class__.__name__

      # Call the configure methods for any components.
      map(apply, indirectOptions.keys(),
            ((),) * len(indirectOptions), indirectOptions.values())

      # Call the configuration callback function for each option.
      for option in directOptions:
          info = optionInfo[option]
          func = info[_OPT_FUNCTION]
          if func is not None:

    def __setitem__(self, key, value):
        apply(self.configure, (), {key: value})

    # Methods used to query the megawidget.

    def component(self, name):
      # Return a component widget of the megawidget given the
      # component's name
      # This allows the user of a megawidget to access and configure
      # widget components directly.

      # Find the main component and any subcomponents
      index = string.find(name, '_')
      if index < 0:
          component = name
          remainingComponents = None
          component = name[:index]
          remainingComponents = name[(index + 1):]

      # Expand component alias
      if self.__componentAliases.has_key(component):
          component, subComponent = self.__componentAliases[component]
          if subComponent is not None:
            if remainingComponents is None:
                remainingComponents = subComponent
                remainingComponents = subComponent + '_' \
                      + remainingComponents

      widget = self.__componentInfo[component][0]
      if remainingComponents is None:
          return widget
          return widget.component(remainingComponents)

    def interior(self):
      return self._hull

    def hulldestroyed(self):
      return not _hullToMegaWidget.has_key(self._hull)

    def __str__(self):
      return str(self._hull)

    def cget(self, option):
      # Get current configuration setting.

      # Return the value of an option, for example myWidget['font']. 

      if self._optionInfo.has_key(option):
          return self._optionInfo[option][_OPT_VALUE]
          index = string.find(option, '_')
          if index >= 0:
            component = option[:index]
            componentOption = option[(index + 1):]

            # Expand component alias
            if self.__componentAliases.has_key(component):
                component, subComponent = self.__componentAliases[component]
                if subComponent is not None:
                  componentOption = subComponent + '_' + componentOption

                # Expand option string to write on error
                option = component + '_' + componentOption

            if self.__componentInfo.has_key(component):
                # Call cget on the component.
                componentCget = self.__componentInfo[component][3]
                return componentCget(componentOption)
                # If this is a group name, call cget for one of
                # the components in the group.
                for info in self.__componentInfo.values():
                  if info[4] == component:
                      componentCget = info[3]
                      return componentCget(componentOption)

      raise KeyError, 'Unknown option "' + option + \
            '" for ' + self.__class__.__name__

    __getitem__ = cget

    def isinitoption(self, option):
      return self._optionInfo[option][_OPT_FUNCTION] is INITOPT

    def options(self):
      options = []
      if hasattr(self, '_optionInfo'):
          for option, info in self._optionInfo.items():
            isinit = info[_OPT_FUNCTION] is INITOPT
            default = info[_OPT_DEFAULT]
            options.append((option, default, isinit))
      return options

    def components(self):
      # Return a list of all components.

      # This list includes the 'hull' component and all widget subcomponents

      names = self.__componentInfo.keys()
      return names

    def componentaliases(self):
      # Return a list of all component aliases.

      componentAliases = self.__componentAliases

      names = componentAliases.keys()
      rtn = []
      for alias in names:
          (mainComponent, subComponent) = componentAliases[alias]
          if subComponent is None:
            rtn.append((alias, mainComponent))
            rtn.append((alias, mainComponent + '_' + subComponent))
      return rtn

    def componentgroup(self, name):
      return self.__componentInfo[name][4]


# The grab functions are mainly called by the activate() and
# deactivate() methods.
# Use pushgrab() to add a new window to the grab stack.  This
# releases the grab by the window currently on top of the stack (if
# there is one) and gives the grab and focus to the new widget.
# To remove the grab from the window on top of the grab stack, call
# popgrab().
# Use releasegrabs() to release the grab and clear the grab stack.

def pushgrab(grabWindow, globalMode, deactivateFunction):
    prevFocus = grabWindow.tk.call('focus')
    grabInfo = {
        'grabWindow' : grabWindow,
        'globalMode' : globalMode,
        'previousFocus' : prevFocus,
        'deactivateFunction' : deactivateFunction,

def popgrab(window):
    # Return the grab to the next window in the grab stack, if any.

    # If this window is not at the top of the grab stack, then it has
    # just been deleted by the window manager or deactivated by a
    # timer.  Call the deactivate method for the modal dialog above
    # this one on the stack. 
    if _grabStack[-1]['grabWindow'] != window:
        for index in range(len(_grabStack)):
            if _grabStack[index]['grabWindow'] == window:
                _grabStack[index + 1]['deactivateFunction']()

    grabInfo = _grabStack[-1]
    del _grabStack[-1]

    topWidget = grabInfo['grabWindow']
    prevFocus = grabInfo['previousFocus']
    globalMode = grabInfo['globalMode']

    if globalMode != 'nograb':

    if len(_grabStack) > 0:
    if prevFocus != '':
            topWidget.tk.call('focus', prevFocus)
        except Tkinter.TclError:
            # Previous focus widget has been deleted. Set focus
            # to root window.
        # Make sure that focus does not remain on the released widget.
        if len(_grabStack) > 0:
            topWidget = _grabStack[-1]['grabWindow']

def grabstacktopwindow():
    if len(_grabStack) == 0:
        return None
        return _grabStack[-1]['grabWindow']

def releasegrabs():
    # Release grab and clear the grab stack.

    current = Tkinter._default_root.grab_current()
    if current is not None:
    _grabStack[:] = []

def _grabtop():
    grabInfo = _grabStack[-1]
    topWidget = grabInfo['grabWindow']
    globalMode = grabInfo['globalMode']

    if globalMode == 'nograb':

    while 1:
            if globalMode:
        except Tkinter.TclError:
            # Another application has grab.  Keep trying until
            # grab can succeed.


class MegaToplevel(MegaArchetype):

    def __init__(self, parent = None, **kw):
      # Define the options for this megawidget.
      optiondefs = (
            ('activatecommand',   None,                     None),
            ('deactivatecommand', None,                     None),
            ('master',            None,                     None),
            ('title',             None,                     self._settitle),
            ('hull_class',        self.__class__.__name__,  None),
      self.defineoptions(kw, optiondefs)

      # Initialise the base class (after defining the options).
      MegaArchetype.__init__(self, parent, Tkinter.Toplevel)

      # Initialise instance.

        # Set WM_DELETE_WINDOW protocol, deleting any old callback, so
        # memory does not leak.
        if hasattr(self._hull, '_Pmw_WM_DELETE_name'):
        self._hull._Pmw_WM_DELETE_name = \
                self.register(self._userDeleteWindow, needcleanup = 0)
      self.protocol('WM_DELETE_WINDOW', self._hull._Pmw_WM_DELETE_name)

      # Initialise instance variables.

      self._firstShowing = 1
      # Used by show() to ensure window retains previous position on screen.

      # The IntVar() variable to wait on during a modal dialog.
      self._wait = None

      self._active = 0
      self._userDeleteFunc = self.destroy
      self._userModalDeleteFunc = self.deactivate

      # Check keywords and initialise options.

    def _settitle(self):
      title = self['title']
      if title is not None:

    def userdeletefunc(self, func=None):
        if func:
          self._userDeleteFunc = func
          return self._userDeleteFunc

    def usermodaldeletefunc(self, func=None):
        if func:
          self._userModalDeleteFunc = func
          return self._userModalDeleteFunc

    def _userDeleteWindow(self):
      if self.active():

    def destroy(self):
      # Allow this to be called more than once.
      if _hullToMegaWidget.has_key(self._hull):

            # Remove circular references, so that object can get cleaned up.
            del self._userDeleteFunc
            del self._userModalDeleteFunc


    def show(self, master = None):
      if self.state() != 'normal':
          if self._firstShowing:
            # Just let the window manager determine the window
            # position for the first time.
            geom = None
            # Position the window at the same place it was last time.
            geom = self._sameposition()
            setgeometryanddeiconify(self, geom)

        if self._firstShowing:
            self._firstShowing = 0
            if self.transient() == '':

        # Do this last, otherwise get flashing on NT:
        if master is not None:
            if master == 'parent':
                parent = self.winfo_parent()
                # winfo_parent() should return the parent widget, but the
                # the current version of Tkinter returns a string.
                if type(parent) == types.StringType:
                    parent = self._hull._nametowidget(parent)
                master = parent.winfo_toplevel()


    def _centreonscreen(self):
      # Centre the window on the screen.  (Actually halfway across
      # and one third down.)

        parent = self.winfo_parent()
        if type(parent) == types.StringType:
            parent = self._hull._nametowidget(parent)

        # Find size of window.
        width = self.winfo_width()
        height = self.winfo_height()
        if width == 1 and height == 1:
            # If the window has not yet been displayed, its size is
            # reported as 1x1, so use requested size.
            width = self.winfo_reqwidth()
            height = self.winfo_reqheight()

        # Place in centre of screen:
      x = (self.winfo_screenwidth() - width) / 2 - parent.winfo_vrootx()
      y = (self.winfo_screenheight() - height) / 3 - parent.winfo_vrooty()
      if x < 0:
          x = 0
      if y < 0:
          y = 0
        return '+%d+%d' % (x, y)

    def _sameposition(self):
      # Position the window at the same place it was last time.

      geometry = self.geometry()
      index = string.find(geometry, '+')
      if index >= 0:
          return geometry[index:]
          return None

    def activate(self, globalMode = 0, geometry = 'centerscreenfirst'):
      if self._active:
          raise ValueError, 'Window is already active'
      if self.state() == 'normal':

      self._active = 1


      if self._wait is None:
          self._wait = Tkinter.IntVar()

      if geometry == 'centerscreenalways':
          geom = self._centreonscreen()
      elif geometry == 'centerscreenfirst':
          if self._firstShowing:
            # Centre the window the first time it is displayed.
            geom = self._centreonscreen()
            # Position the window at the same place it was last time.
            geom = self._sameposition()
      elif geometry[:5] == 'first':
          if self._firstShowing:
                geom = geometry[5:]
            # Position the window at the same place it was last time.
            geom = self._sameposition()
            geom = geometry

      self._firstShowing = 0

        setgeometryanddeiconify(self, geom)

        # Do this last, otherwise get flashing on NT:
        master = self['master']
        if master is not None:
            if master == 'parent':
                parent = self.winfo_parent()
                # winfo_parent() should return the parent widget, but the
                # the current version of Tkinter returns a string.
                if type(parent) == types.StringType:
                    parent = self._hull._nametowidget(parent)
                master = parent.winfo_toplevel()

        pushgrab(self._hull, globalMode, self.deactivate)
      command = self['activatecommand']
      if callable(command):

      return self._result

    def deactivate(self, result=None):
      if not self._active:
      self._active = 0

        # Restore the focus before withdrawing the window, since
        # otherwise the window manager may take the focus away so we
        # can't redirect it.  Also, return the grab to the next active
        # window in the stack, if any.

        command = self['deactivatecommand']
        if callable(command):

        hidebusycursor(forceFocusRestore = 1)

        self._result = result

    def active(self):
      return self._active

forwardmethods(MegaToplevel, Tkinter.Toplevel, '_hull')


class MegaWidget(MegaArchetype):
    def __init__(self, parent = None, **kw):
      # Define the options for this megawidget.
      optiondefs = (
          ('hull_class',       self.__class__.__name__,  None),
      self.defineoptions(kw, optiondefs)

      # Initialise the base class (after defining the options).
      MegaArchetype.__init__(self, parent, Tkinter.Frame)

      # Check keywords and initialise options.

forwardmethods(MegaWidget, Tkinter.Frame, '_hull')


# Public functions

_traceTk = 0
def tracetk(root = None, on = 1, withStackTrace = 0, file=None):
    global _withStackTrace
    global _traceTkFile
    global _traceTk

    if root is None:
        root = Tkinter._default_root

    _withStackTrace = withStackTrace
    _traceTk = on
    if on:
      if hasattr(root.tk, '__class__'):
          # Tracing already on
      if file is None:
          _traceTkFile = sys.stderr
          _traceTkFile = file
      tk = _TraceTk(root.tk)
      if not hasattr(root.tk, '__class__'):
          # Tracing already off
      tk = root.tk.getTclInterp()
    _setTkInterps(root, tk)

def showbusycursor():

    root = Tkinter._default_root

    busyInfo = {
        'newBusyWindows' : [],
        'previousFocus' : None,
        'busyFocus' : None,

    if _disableKeyboardWhileBusy:
        # Remember the focus as it is now, before it is changed.
        busyInfo['previousFocus'] = root.tk.call('focus')

    if not _havebltbusy(root):
        # No busy command, so don't call busy hold on any windows.

    for (window, winInfo) in _toplevelBusyInfo.items():
      if (window.state() != 'withdrawn' and not winInfo['isBusy']
                and not winInfo['excludeFromBusy']):
            winInfo['isBusy'] = 1
            _busy_hold(window, winInfo['busyCursorName'])

            # Make sure that no events for the busy window get
            # through to Tkinter, otherwise it will crash in
            # _nametowidget with a 'KeyError: _Busy' if there is
            # a binding on the toplevel window.
            window.tk.call('bindtags', winInfo['busyWindow'], 'Pmw_Dummy_Tag')

            if _disableKeyboardWhileBusy:
                # Remember previous focus widget for this toplevel window
                # and set focus to the busy window, which will ignore all
                # keyboard events.
                winInfo['windowFocus'] = \
                        window.tk.call('focus', '-lastfor', window._w)
                window.tk.call('focus', winInfo['busyWindow'])
                busyInfo['busyFocus'] = winInfo['busyWindow']

    if len(busyInfo['newBusyWindows']) > 0:
        if os.name == 'nt':
            # NT needs an "update" before it will change the cursor.

def hidebusycursor(forceFocusRestore = 0):

    # Remember the focus as it is now, before it is changed.
    root = Tkinter._default_root
    if _disableKeyboardWhileBusy:
        currentFocus = root.tk.call('focus')

    # Pop the busy info off the stack.
    busyInfo = _busyStack[-1]
    del _busyStack[-1]

    for window in busyInfo['newBusyWindows']:
        # If this window has not been deleted, release the busy cursor.
        if _toplevelBusyInfo.has_key(window):
            winInfo = _toplevelBusyInfo[window]
            winInfo['isBusy'] = 0

            if _disableKeyboardWhileBusy:
                # Restore previous focus window for this toplevel window,
                # but only if is still set to the busy window (it may have
                # been changed).
                windowFocusNow = window.tk.call('focus', '-lastfor', window._w)
                if windowFocusNow == winInfo['busyWindow']:
                        window.tk.call('focus', winInfo['windowFocus'])
                    except Tkinter.TclError:
                        # Previous focus widget has been deleted. Set focus
                        # to toplevel window instead (can't leave focus on
                        # busy window).

    if _disableKeyboardWhileBusy:
        # Restore the focus, depending on whether the focus had changed
        # between the calls to showbusycursor and hidebusycursor.
        if forceFocusRestore or busyInfo['busyFocus'] == currentFocus:
            # The focus had not changed, so restore it to as it was before
            # the call to showbusycursor,
            previousFocus = busyInfo['previousFocus']
            if previousFocus is not None:
                    root.tk.call('focus', previousFocus)
                except Tkinter.TclError:
                    # Previous focus widget has been deleted; forget it.
            # The focus had changed, so restore it to what it had been
            # changed to before the call to hidebusycursor.
            root.tk.call('focus', currentFocus)

def clearbusycursor():
    while len(_busyStack) > 0:

def setbusycursorattributes(window, **kw):
    for name, value in kw.items():
        if name == 'exclude':
            _toplevelBusyInfo[window]['excludeFromBusy'] = value
        elif name == 'cursorName':
            _toplevelBusyInfo[window]['busyCursorName'] = value
            raise KeyError, 'Unknown busycursor attribute "' + name + '"'

def _addRootToToplevelBusyInfo():
    # Include the Tk root window in the list of toplevels.  This must
    # not be called before Tkinter has had a chance to be initialised by
    # the application.

    root = Tkinter._default_root
    if root == None:
        root = Tkinter.Tk()
    if not _toplevelBusyInfo.has_key(root):

def busycallback(command, updateFunction = None):
    if not callable(command):
      raise ValueError, \
          'cannot register non-command busy callback %s %s' % \
              (repr(command), type(command))
    wrapper = _BusyWrapper(command, updateFunction)
    return wrapper.callback

_errorReportFile = None
_errorWindow = None

def reporterrorstofile(file = None):
    global _errorReportFile
    _errorReportFile = file

def displayerror(text):
    global _errorWindow

    if _errorReportFile is not None:
      _errorReportFile.write(text + '\n')
        # Print error on standard error as well as to error window. 
        # Useful if error window fails to be displayed, for example
        # when exception is triggered in a <Destroy> binding for root
        # window.
        sys.stderr.write(text + '\n')

      if _errorWindow is None:
          # The error window has not yet been created.
          _errorWindow = _ErrorWindow()


_root = None
_disableKeyboardWhileBusy = 1

def initialise(
        root = None,
        size = None,
        fontScheme = None,
        useTkOptionDb = 0,
        noBltBusy = 0,
        disableKeyboardWhileBusy = None,
    # Remember if show/hidebusycursor should ignore keyboard events.
    global _disableKeyboardWhileBusy
    if disableKeyboardWhileBusy is not None:
        _disableKeyboardWhileBusy = disableKeyboardWhileBusy

    # Do not use blt busy command if noBltBusy is set.  Otherwise,
    # use blt busy if it is available.
    global _haveBltBusy
    if noBltBusy:
        _haveBltBusy = 0

    # Save flag specifying whether the Tk option database should be
    # queried when setting megawidget option default values.
    global _useTkOptionDb
    _useTkOptionDb = useTkOptionDb

    # If we haven't been given a root window, use the default or
    # create one.
    if root is None:
      if Tkinter._default_root is None:
          root = Tkinter.Tk()
          root = Tkinter._default_root

    # If this call is initialising a different Tk interpreter than the
    # last call, then re-initialise all global variables.  Assume the
    # last interpreter has been destroyed - ie:  Pmw does not (yet)
    # support multiple simultaneous interpreters.
    global _root
    if _root is not None and _root != root:
        global _busyStack
        global _errorWindow
        global _grabStack
        global _hullToMegaWidget
        global _toplevelBusyInfo
        _busyStack = []
        _errorWindow = None
        _grabStack = []
        _hullToMegaWidget = {}
        _toplevelBusyInfo = {}
    _root = root

    # Trap Tkinter Toplevel constructors so that a list of Toplevels
    # can be maintained.
    Tkinter.Toplevel.title = __TkinterToplevelTitle

    # Trap Tkinter widget destruction so that megawidgets can be
    # destroyed when their hull widget is destoyed and the list of
    # Toplevels can be pruned.
    Tkinter.Toplevel.destroy = __TkinterToplevelDestroy
    Tkinter.Widget.destroy = __TkinterWidgetDestroy

    # Modify Tkinter's CallWrapper class to improve the display of
    # errors which occur in callbacks.
    Tkinter.CallWrapper = __TkinterCallWrapper

    # Make sure we get to know when the window manager deletes the
    # root window.  Only do this if the protocol has not yet been set. 
    # This is required if there is a modal dialog displayed and the
    # window manager deletes the root window.  Otherwise the
    # application will not exit, even though there are no windows.
    if root.protocol('WM_DELETE_WINDOW') == '':
      root.protocol('WM_DELETE_WINDOW', root.destroy)

    # Set the base font size for the application and set the
    # Tk option database font resources.
    import PmwLogicalFont
    PmwLogicalFont._font_initialise(root, size, fontScheme)

    return root

def alignlabels(widgets, sticky = None):
    if len(widgets) == 0:


    # Determine the size of the maximum length label string.
    maxLabelWidth = 0
    for iwid in widgets:
      labelWidth = iwid.grid_bbox(0, 1)[2]
      if labelWidth > maxLabelWidth:
          maxLabelWidth = labelWidth

    # Adjust the margins for the labels such that the child sites and
    # labels line up.
    for iwid in widgets:
      if sticky is not None:
      iwid.grid_columnconfigure(0, minsize = maxLabelWidth)

# Private routines
_callToTkReturned = 1
_recursionCounter = 1

class _TraceTk:
    def __init__(self, tclInterp):
        self.tclInterp = tclInterp

    def getTclInterp(self):
        return self.tclInterp

    # Calling from python into Tk.
    def call(self, *args, **kw):
        global _callToTkReturned
        global _recursionCounter

        _callToTkReturned = 0
        if len(args) == 1 and type(args[0]) == types.TupleType:
            argStr = str(args[0])
            argStr = str(args)
      _traceTkFile.write('CALL  TK> %d:%s%s' %
                (_recursionCounter, '  ' * _recursionCounter, argStr))
      _recursionCounter = _recursionCounter + 1
            result = apply(self.tclInterp.call, args, kw)
      except Tkinter.TclError, errorString:
            _callToTkReturned = 1
            _recursionCounter = _recursionCounter - 1
            _traceTkFile.write('\nTK ERROR> %d:%s-> %s\n' %
                    (_recursionCounter, '  ' * _recursionCounter,
            if _withStackTrace:
                _traceTkFile.write('CALL  TK> stack:\n')
            raise Tkinter.TclError, errorString

        _recursionCounter = _recursionCounter - 1
        if _callToTkReturned:
            _traceTkFile.write('CALL RTN> %d:%s-> %s' %
                    (_recursionCounter, '  ' * _recursionCounter, repr(result)))
            _callToTkReturned = 1
            if result:
                _traceTkFile.write(' -> %s' % repr(result))
        if _withStackTrace:
            _traceTkFile.write('CALL  TK> stack:\n')

        return result

    def __getattr__(self, key):
        return getattr(self.tclInterp, key)

def _setTkInterps(window, tk):
    window.tk = tk
    for child in window.children.values():
      _setTkInterps(child, tk)


# Functions to display a busy cursor.  Keep a list of all toplevels
# and display the busy cursor over them.  The list will contain the Tk
# root toplevel window as well as all other toplevel windows.
# Also keep a list of the widget which last had focus for each
# toplevel.

# Map from toplevel windows to
#     {'isBusy', 'windowFocus', 'busyWindow',
#         'excludeFromBusy', 'busyCursorName'}
_toplevelBusyInfo = {}

# Pmw needs to know all toplevel windows, so that it can call blt busy
# on them.  This is a hack so we get notified when a Tk topevel is
# created.  Ideally, the __init__ 'method' should be overridden, but
# it is a 'read-only special attribute'.  Luckily, title() is always
# called from the Tkinter Toplevel constructor.

def _addToplevelBusyInfo(window):
    if window._w == '.':
        busyWindow = '._Busy'
        busyWindow = window._w + '._Busy'

    _toplevelBusyInfo[window] = {
        'isBusy' : 0,
        'windowFocus' : None,
        'busyWindow' : busyWindow,
        'excludeFromBusy' : 0,
        'busyCursorName' : None,

def __TkinterToplevelTitle(self, *args):
    # If this is being called from the constructor, include this
    # Toplevel in the list of toplevels and set the initial
    # WM_DELETE_WINDOW protocol to destroy() so that we get to know
    # about it.
    if not _toplevelBusyInfo.has_key(self):
        self._Pmw_WM_DELETE_name = self.register(self.destroy, None, 0)
      self.protocol('WM_DELETE_WINDOW', self._Pmw_WM_DELETE_name)

    return apply(Tkinter.Wm.title, (self,) + args)

_haveBltBusy = None
def _havebltbusy(window):
    global _busy_hold, _busy_release, _haveBltBusy
    if _haveBltBusy is None:
        import PmwBlt
        _haveBltBusy = PmwBlt.havebltbusy(window)
        _busy_hold = PmwBlt.busy_hold
        if os.name == 'nt':
            # There is a bug in Blt 2.4i on NT where the busy window
            # does not follow changes in the children of a window.
            # Using forget works around the problem.
            _busy_release = PmwBlt.busy_forget
            _busy_release = PmwBlt.busy_release
    return _haveBltBusy

class _BusyWrapper:
    def __init__(self, command, updateFunction):
      self._command = command
      self._updateFunction = updateFunction

    def callback(self, *args):
      rtn = apply(self._command, args)

      # Call update before hiding the busy windows to clear any
      # events that may have occurred over the busy windows.
      if callable(self._updateFunction):

      return rtn


def drawarrow(canvas, color, direction, tag, baseOffset = 0.25, edgeOffset = 0.15):

    bw = (string.atoi(canvas['borderwidth']) + 
    width = string.atoi(canvas['width'])
    height = string.atoi(canvas['height'])

    if direction in ('up', 'down'):
        majorDimension = height
        minorDimension = width
        majorDimension = width
        minorDimension = height

    offset = round(baseOffset * majorDimension)
    if direction in ('down', 'right'):
        base = bw + offset
        apex = bw + majorDimension - offset
        base = bw + majorDimension - offset
        apex = bw + offset

    if minorDimension > 3 and minorDimension % 2 == 0:
        minorDimension = minorDimension - 1
    half = int(minorDimension * (1 - 2 * edgeOffset)) / 2
    low = round(bw + edgeOffset * minorDimension)
    middle = low + half
    high = low + 2 * half

    if direction in ('up', 'down'):
        coords = (low, base, high, base, middle, apex)
        coords = (base, low, base, high, apex, middle)
    kw = {'fill' : color, 'outline' : color, 'tag' : tag}
    apply(canvas.create_polygon, coords, kw)


# Modify the Tkinter destroy methods so that it notifies us when a Tk
# toplevel or frame is destroyed.

# A map from the 'hull' component of a megawidget to the megawidget. 
# This is used to clean up a megawidget when its hull is destroyed.
_hullToMegaWidget = {}

def __TkinterToplevelDestroy(tkWidget):
    if _hullToMegaWidget.has_key(tkWidget):
        mega = _hullToMegaWidget[tkWidget]
          _reporterror(mega.destroy, ())
        # Delete the busy info structure for this toplevel (if the
        # window was created before Pmw.initialise() was called, it
        # will not have any.
        if _toplevelBusyInfo.has_key(tkWidget):
            del _toplevelBusyInfo[tkWidget]
        if hasattr(tkWidget, '_Pmw_WM_DELETE_name'):
            del tkWidget._Pmw_WM_DELETE_name

def __TkinterWidgetDestroy(tkWidget):
    if _hullToMegaWidget.has_key(tkWidget):
        mega = _hullToMegaWidget[tkWidget]
          _reporterror(mega.destroy, ())


# Add code to Tkinter to improve the display of errors which occur in
# callbacks.

class __TkinterCallWrapper:
    def __init__(self, func, subst, widget):
      self.func = func
      self.subst = subst
      self.widget = widget

    # Calling back from Tk into python.
    def __call__(self, *args):
          if self.subst:
            args = apply(self.subst, args)
            if _traceTk:
                if not _callToTkReturned:
                if hasattr(self.func, 'im_class'):
                    name = self.func.im_class.__name__ + '.' + \
                    name = self.func.__name__
                if len(args) == 1 and hasattr(args[0], 'type'):
                    # The argument to the callback is an event.
                    eventName = _eventTypeToName[string.atoi(args[0].type)]
                    if eventName in ('KeyPress', 'KeyRelease',):
                        argStr = '(%s %s Event: %s)' % \
                            (eventName, args[0].keysym, args[0].widget)
                        argStr = '(%s Event, %s)' % (eventName, args[0].widget)
                    argStr = str(args)
                _traceTkFile.write('CALLBACK> %d:%s%s%s\n' %
                    (_recursionCounter, '  ' * _recursionCounter, name, argStr))
          return apply(self.func, args)
      except SystemExit, msg:
          raise SystemExit, msg
          _reporterror(self.func, args)

_eventTypeToName = {
    2 : 'KeyPress',         15 : 'VisibilityNotify',   28 : 'PropertyNotify',
    3 : 'KeyRelease',       16 : 'CreateNotify',       29 : 'SelectionClear',
    4 : 'ButtonPress',      17 : 'DestroyNotify',      30 : 'SelectionRequest',
    5 : 'ButtonRelease',    18 : 'UnmapNotify',        31 : 'SelectionNotify',
    6 : 'MotionNotify',     19 : 'MapNotify',          32 : 'ColormapNotify',
    7 : 'EnterNotify',      20 : 'MapRequest',         33 : 'ClientMessage',
    8 : 'LeaveNotify',      21 : 'ReparentNotify',     34 : 'MappingNotify',
    9 : 'FocusIn',          22 : 'ConfigureNotify',    35 : 'VirtualEvents',
    10 : 'FocusOut',        23 : 'ConfigureRequest',   36 : 'ActivateNotify',
    11 : 'KeymapNotify',    24 : 'GravityNotify',      37 : 'DeactivateNotify',
    12 : 'Expose',          25 : 'ResizeRequest',      38 : 'MouseWheelEvent',
    13 : 'GraphicsExpose',  26 : 'CirculateNotify',
    14 : 'NoExpose',        27 : 'CirculateRequest',

def _reporterror(func, args):
    # Fetch current exception values.
    exc_type, exc_value, exc_traceback = sys.exc_info()

    # Give basic information about the callback exception.
    if type(exc_type) == types.ClassType:
      # Handle python 1.5 class exceptions.
      exc_type = exc_type.__name__
    msg = exc_type + ' Exception in Tk callback\n'
    msg = msg + '  Function: %s (type: %s)\n' % (repr(func), type(func))
    msg = msg + '  Args: %s\n' % str(args)

    if type(args) == types.TupleType and len(args) > 0 and \
          hasattr(args[0], 'type'):
        eventArg = 1
        eventArg = 0

    # If the argument to the callback is an event, add the event type.
    if eventArg:
      eventNum = string.atoi(args[0].type)
        if eventNum in _eventTypeToName.keys():
            msg = msg + '  Event type: %s (type num: %d)\n' % \
                    (_eventTypeToName[eventNum], eventNum)
            msg = msg + '  Unknown event type (type num: %d)\n' % eventNum

    # Add the traceback.
    msg = msg + 'Traceback (innermost last):\n'
    for tr in traceback.extract_tb(exc_traceback):
      msg = msg + '  File "%s", line %s, in %s\n' % (tr[0], tr[1], tr[2])
      msg = msg + '    %s\n' % tr[3]
    msg = msg + '%s: %s\n' % (exc_type, exc_value)

    # If the argument to the callback is an event, add the event contents.
    if eventArg:
      msg = msg + '\n================================================\n'
      msg = msg + '  Event contents:\n'
      keys = args[0].__dict__.keys()
      for key in keys:
          msg = msg + '    %s: %s\n' % (key, args[0].__dict__[key])


class _ErrorWindow:
    def __init__(self):

      self._errorQueue = []
      self._errorCount = 0
      self._open = 0
        self._firstShowing = 1

      # Create the toplevel window
      self._top = Tkinter.Toplevel()
      self._top.protocol('WM_DELETE_WINDOW', self._hide)
      self._top.title('Error in background function')
      self._top.iconname('Background error')

      # Create the text widget and scrollbar in a frame
      upperframe = Tkinter.Frame(self._top)

      scrollbar = Tkinter.Scrollbar(upperframe, orient='vertical')
      scrollbar.pack(side = 'right', fill = 'y')

      self._text = Tkinter.Text(upperframe, yscrollcommand=scrollbar.set)
      self._text.pack(fill = 'both', expand = 1)

      # Create the buttons and label in a frame
      lowerframe = Tkinter.Frame(self._top)

      ignore = Tkinter.Button(lowerframe,
              text = 'Ignore remaining errors', command = self._hide)

      self._nextError = Tkinter.Button(lowerframe,
              text = 'Show next error', command = self._next)

      self._label = Tkinter.Label(lowerframe, relief='ridge')
      self._label.pack(side='left', fill='x', expand=1)

      # Pack the lower frame first so that it does not disappear
      # when the window is resized.
      lowerframe.pack(side = 'bottom', fill = 'x')
      upperframe.pack(side = 'bottom', fill = 'both', expand = 1)

    def showerror(self, text):
      if self._open:
          self._open = 1

      # Display the error window in the same place it was before.
      if self._top.state() == 'normal':
          # If update_idletasks is not called here, the window may
          # be placed partially off the screen.  Also, if it is not
          # called and many errors are generated quickly in
          # succession, the error window may not display errors
          # until the last one is generated and the interpreter
          # becomes idle.
          # XXX: remove this, since it causes omppython to go into an
          # infinite loop if an error occurs in an omp callback.
          # self._top.update_idletasks()

          if self._firstShowing:
            geom = None
                geometry = self._top.geometry()
                index = string.find(geometry, '+')
                if index >= 0:
                    geom = geometry[index:]
                    geom = None
            setgeometryanddeiconify(self._top, geom)

        if self._firstShowing:
            self._firstShowing = 0



      # Release any grab, so that buttons in the error window work.

    def _hide(self):
      self._errorCount = self._errorCount + len(self._errorQueue)
      self._errorQueue = []
      self._open = 0

    def _next(self):
      # Display the next error in the queue. 

      text = self._errorQueue[0]
      del self._errorQueue[0]


    def _display(self, text):
      self._errorCount = self._errorCount + 1
      text = 'Error: %d\n%s' % (self._errorCount, text)
      self._text.delete('1.0', 'end')
      self._text.insert('end', text)

    def _updateButtons(self):
      numQueued = len(self._errorQueue)
      if numQueued > 0:
          self._label.configure(text='%d more errors' % numQueued)
          self._label.configure(text='No more errors')

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