Commit 1c621caa authored by mathieui's avatar mathieui

split the "tabs" module into separate files

- todo: write a common import file to avoid duplicating the imports
parent be74128c
from . basetabs import Tab, ChatTab, GapTab, STATE_PRIORITY
from . rostertab import RosterInfoTab
from . muctab import MucTab
from . privatetab import PrivateTab
from . conversationtab import ConversationTab, StaticConversationTab,\
from . xmltab import XMLTab
from . muclisttab import MucListTab
A Tab object is a way to organize various Windows (see
around the screen at once.
A tab is then composed of multiple Buffers.
Each Tab object has different refresh() and resize() methods, defining how its
Windows are displayed, resized, etc.
from gettext import gettext as _
import logging
log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
import singleton
import string
import time
import weakref
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from xml.etree import cElementTree as ET
import core
import timed_events
import windows
import xhtml
from common import safeJID
from config import config
from decorators import refresh_wrapper
from logger import logger
from text_buffer import TextBuffer, CorrectionError
from theming import get_theme
'disconnected': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_DISCONNECTED,
'scrolled': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_SCROLLED,
'joined': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_JOINED,
'message': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_NEW_MESSAGE,
'highlight': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_HIGHLIGHT,
'private': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_PRIVATE,
'normal': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_NORMAL,
'current': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_CURRENT,
'attention': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_TAB_ATTENTION,
'disconnected': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_DISCONNECTED,
'scrolled': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_SCROLLED,
'joined': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_JOINED,
'message': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_NEW_MESSAGE,
'highlight': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_HIGHLIGHT,
'private': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_PRIVATE,
'normal': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_NORMAL,
'current': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_CURRENT,
'attention': lambda: get_theme().COLOR_VERTICAL_TAB_ATTENTION,
'normal': -1,
'current': -1,
'disconnected': 0,
'scrolled': 0.5,
'message': 1,
'joined': 1,
'highlight': 2,
'private': 2,
'attention': 3
class Tab(object):
tab_core = None
plugin_commands = {}
plugin_keys = {}
def __init__(self):
self.input = None
self._state = 'normal'
self.need_resize = False
self.need_resize = False
self.key_func = {} # each tab should add their keys in there
# and use them in on_input
self.commands = {} # and their own commands
def core(self):
if not Tab.tab_core:
Tab.tab_core = singleton.Singleton(core.Core)
return Tab.tab_core
def nb(self):
for index, tab in enumerate(self.core.tabs):
if tab == self:
return index
return len(self.core.tabs)
def tab_win(self):
if not Tab.tab_core:
Tab.tab_core = singleton.Singleton(core.Core)
return Tab.tab_core.tab_win
def left_tab_win(self):
if not Tab.tab_core:
Tab.tab_core = singleton.Singleton(core.Core)
return Tab.tab_core.left_tab_win
def tab_win_height():
Returns 1 or 0, depending on if we are using the vertical tab list
or not.
if config.get('enable_vertical_tab_list', 'false') == 'true':
return 0
return 1
def info_win(self):
return self.core.information_win
def color(self):
return STATE_COLORS[self._state]()
def vertical_color(self):
return VERTICAL_STATE_COLORS[self._state]()
def state(self):
return self._state
def state(self, value):
if not value in STATE_COLORS:
log.debug("Invalid value for tab state: %s", value)
elif STATE_PRIORITY[value] < STATE_PRIORITY[self._state] and \
value not in ('current', 'disconnected') and \
not (self._state == 'scrolled' and value == 'disconnected'):
log.debug("Did not set state because of lower priority, asked: %s, kept: %s", value, self._state)
elif self._state == 'disconnected' and value not in ('joined', 'current'):
log.debug('Did not set state because disconnected tabs remain visible')
self._state = value
def resize(scr):
Tab.size = (Tab.height, Tab.width) = scr.getmaxyx()
if Tab.height < MIN_HEIGHT or Tab.width < MIN_WIDTH:
Tab.visible = False
Tab.visible = True
windows.Win._tab_win = scr
def register_command(self, name, func, *, desc='', shortdesc='', completion=None, usage=''):
Add a command
if name in self.commands:
if not desc and shortdesc:
desc = shortdesc
self.commands[name] = core.Command(func, desc, completion, shortdesc, usage)
def complete_commands(self, the_input):
Does command completion on the specified input for both global and tab-specific
This should be called from the completion method (on tab, for example), passing
the input where completion is to be made.
It can completion the command name itself or an argument of the command.
Returns True if a completion was made, False else.
txt = the_input.get_text()
# check if this is a command
if txt.startswith('/') and not txt.startswith('//'):
position = the_input.get_argument_position(quoted=False)
if position == 0:
words = ['/%s'% (name) for name in sorted(self.core.commands)] +\
['/%s' % (name) for name in sorted(self.commands)]
the_input.new_completion(words, 0)
# Do not try to cycle command completion if there was only
# one possibily. The next tab will complete the argument.
# Otherwise we would need to add a useless space before being
# able to complete the arguments.
hit_copy = set(the_input.hit_list)
while not hit_copy:
whitespace = the_input.text.find(' ')
if whitespace == -1:
whitespace = len(the_input.text)
the_input.text = the_input.text[:whitespace-1] + the_input.text[whitespace:]
the_input.new_completion(words, 0)
hit_copy = set(the_input.hit_list)
if len(hit_copy) == 1:
the_input.do_command(' ')
return True
# check if we are in the middle of the command name
elif len(txt.split()) > 1 or\
(txt.endswith(' ') and not the_input.last_completion):
command_name = txt.split()[0][1:]
if command_name in self.commands:
command = self.commands[command_name]
elif command_name in self.core.commands:
command = self.core.commands[command_name]
else: # Unknown command, cannot complete
return False
if command[2] is None:
return False # There's no completion function
return command[2](the_input)
return True
return False
def execute_command(self, provided_text):
Execute the command in the input and return False if
the input didn't contain a command
txt = provided_text or self.input.key_enter()
if txt.startswith('/') and not txt.startswith('//') and\
not txt.startswith('/me '):
command = txt.strip().split()[0][1:]
arg = txt[2+len(command):] # jump the '/' and the ' '
func = None
if command in self.commands: # check tab-specific commands
func = self.commands[command][0]
elif command in self.core.commands: # check global commands
func = self.core.commands[command][0]
low = command.lower()
if low in self.commands:
func = self.commands[low][0]
elif low in self.core.commands:
func = self.core.commands[low][0]
self.core.information(_("Unknown command (%s)") % (command), _('Error'))
if command in ('correct', 'say'): # hack
arg = xhtml.convert_simple_to_full_colors(arg)
arg = xhtml.clean_text_simple(arg)
if func:
return True
return False
def refresh_tab_win(self):
if self.left_tab_win:
def refresh(self):
Called on each screen refresh (when something has changed)
def get_name(self):
get the name of the tab
return self.__class__.__name__
def get_nick(self):
Get the nick of the tab (defaults to its name)
return self.get_name()
def get_text_window(self):
Returns the principal TextWin window, if there's one
return None
def on_input(self, key, raw):
raw indicates if the key should activate the associated command or not.
def update_commands(self):
for c in self.plugin_commands:
if not c in self.commands:
self.commands[c] = self.plugin_commands[c]
def update_keys(self):
for k in self.plugin_keys:
if not k in self.key_func:
self.key_func[k] = self.plugin_keys[k]
def on_lose_focus(self):
called when this tab loses the focus.
self.state = 'normal'
def on_gain_focus(self):
called when this tab gains the focus.
self.state = 'current'
def on_scroll_down(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll down
def on_scroll_up(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll up
def on_line_up(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll one line up
def on_line_down(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll one line up
def on_half_scroll_down(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll half a screen down
def on_half_scroll_up(self):
Defines what happens when we scroll half a screen up
def on_info_win_size_changed(self):
Called when the window with the informations is resized
def on_close(self):
Called when the tab is to be closed
if self.input:
def matching_names(self):
Returns a list of strings that are used to name a tab with the /win
command. For example you could switch to a tab that returns
['hello', 'coucou'] using /win hel, or /win coucou
If not implemented in the tab, it just doesn’t match with anything.
return []
def __del__(self):
log.debug('------ Closing tab %s', self.__class__.__name__)
class GapTab(Tab):
def __bool__(self):
return False
def __len__(self):
return 0
def get_name(self):
return ''
def refresh(self):
log.debug('WARNING: refresh() called on a gap tab, this should not happen')
class ChatTab(Tab):
A tab containing a chat of any type.
Just use this class instead of Tab if the tab needs a recent-words completion
Also, ^M is already bound to on_enter
And also, add the /say command
plugin_commands = {}
plugin_keys = {}
def __init__(self, jid=''):
Tab.__init__(self) = jid
self.text_win = None
self._text_buffer = TextBuffer()
self.remote_wants_chatstates = None # change this to True or False when
# we know that the remote user wants chatstates, or not.
# None means we don’t know yet, and we send only "active" chatstates
self.chatstate = None # can be "active", "composing", "paused", "gone", "inactive"
# We keep a weakref of the event that will set our chatstate to "paused", so that
# we can delete it or change it if we need to
self.timed_event_paused = None
# if that’s None, then no paused chatstate was sent recently
# if that’s a weakref returning None, then a paused chatstate was sent
# since the last input
self.remote_supports_attention = False
# Keeps the last sent message to complete it easily in completion_correct, and to replace it.
self.last_sent_message = None
self.key_func['M-v'] = self.move_separator
self.key_func['M-h'] = self.scroll_separator
self.key_func['M-/'] = self.last_words_completion
self.key_func['^M'] = self.on_enter
self.register_command('say', self.command_say,
shortdesc=_('Send the message.'))
self.register_command('xhtml', self.command_xhtml,
usage=_('<custom xhtml>'),
shortdesc=_('Send custom XHTML.'))
self.register_command('clear', self.command_clear,
shortdesc=_('Clear the current buffer.'))
self.register_command('correct', self.command_correct,
desc=_('Fix the last message with whatever you want.'),
shortdesc=_('Correct the last message.'),
self.chat_state = None
# Get the logs
log_nb = config.get('load_log', 10)
logs = self.load_logs(log_nb)
if logs:
for message in logs:
def is_muc(self):
return False
def load_logs(self, log_nb):
logs = logger.get_logs(safeJID(self.get_name()).bare, log_nb)
def log_message(self, txt, nickname, time=None, typ=1):
Log the messages in the archives.
name = safeJID(
if not logger.log_message(name, nickname, txt, date=time, typ=typ):
self.core.information(_('Unable to write in the log file'), 'Error')
def add_message(self, txt, time=None, nickname=None, forced_user=None, nick_color=None, identifier=None, jid=None, history=None, typ=1):
self.log_message(txt, nickname, time=time, typ=typ)
self._text_buffer.add_message(txt, time=time,
def modify_message(self, txt, old_id, new_id, user=None,jid=None, nickname=None):
self.log_message(txt, nickname, typ=1)
message = self._text_buffer.modify_message(txt, old_id, new_id, time=time, user=user, jid=jid)
if message:
self.text_win.modify_message(old_id, message)
return True
return False
def last_words_completion(self):
Complete the input with words recently said
# build the list of the recent words
char_we_dont_want = string.punctuation+' ’„“”…«»'
words = list()
for msg in self._text_buffer.messages[:-40:-1]:
if not msg:
txt = xhtml.clean_text(msg.txt)
for char in char_we_dont_want:
txt = txt.replace(char, ' ')
for word in txt.split():
if len(word) >= 4 and word not in words:
words.extend([word for word in config.get('words', '').split(':') if word])
self.input.auto_completion(words, ' ', quotify=False)
def on_enter(self):
txt = self.input.key_enter()
if txt:
if not self.execute_command(txt):
if txt.startswith('//'):
txt = txt[1:]
def command_xhtml(self, arg):
/xhtml <custom xhtml>
message = self.generate_xhtml_message(arg)
if message:
def generate_xhtml_message(self, arg):
if not arg:
body = xhtml.clean_text(xhtml.xhtml_to_poezio_colors(arg))
# The <body /> element is the only allowable child of the <xhtm-im>
arg = "<body xmlns=''>%s</body>" % (arg,)
self.core.information('Could not send custom xhtml', 'Error')
log.error('/xhtml: Unable to send custom xhtml', exc_info=True)
msg = self.core.xmpp.make_message(self.get_dest_jid())
msg['body'] = body
msg['html']['body'] = arg
return msg
def get_dest_jid(self):
return self.get_name()
def command_clear(self, args):
self._text_buffer.messages = []
def send_chat_state(self, state, always_send=False):
Send an empty chatstate message
if not self.is_muc or self.joined:
if state in ('active', 'inactive', 'gone') and self.inactive and not always_send:
if config.get_by_tabname('send_chat_states', 'true', self.general_jid, True) and \
self.remote_wants_chatstates is not False:
msg = self.core.xmpp.make_message(self.get_dest_jid())
msg['type'] = self.message_type
msg['chat_state'] = state
self.chat_state = state
def send_composing_chat_state(self, empty_after):
Send the "active" or "composing" chatstate, depending
on the the current status of the input
name = self.general_jid
if config.get_by_tabname('send_chat_states', 'true', name, True) == 'true' and self.remote_wants_chatstates:
needed = 'inactive' if self.inactive else 'active'
if not empty_after:
if self.chat_state != "composing":
elif empty_after and self.chat_state != needed:
self.send_chat_state(needed, True)
def set_paused_delay(self, composing):
we create a timed event that will put us to paused
in a few seconds
if config.get_by_tabname('send_chat_states', 'true', self.general_jid, True) != 'true':
if self.timed_event_paused:
# check the weakref
event = self.timed_event_paused()
if event:
# the event already exists: we just update
# its date
event.change_date( + timedelta(seconds=4))
new_event = timed_events.DelayedEvent(4, self.send_chat_state, 'paused')
self.timed_event_paused = weakref.ref(new_event)
def cancel_paused_delay(self):
Remove that event from the list and set it to None.
Called for example when the input is emptied, or when the message
is sent
if self.timed_event_paused:
event = self.timed_event_paused()
if event:
del event
self.timed_event_paused = None
def command_correct(self, line):
/correct <fixed message>
if not line:
if not self.last_sent_message:
self.core.information(_('There is no message to correct.'))
self.command_say(line, correct=True)
def completion_correct(self, the_input):
if self.last_sent_message and the_input.get_argument_position() == 1:
return the_input.auto_completion([self.last_sent_message['body']], '', quotify=False)
def inactive(self):
"""Whether we should send inactive or active as a chatstate"""
return in ('xa', 'away') or\
(hasattr(self, 'directed_presence') and not self.directed_presence)