Python bindings for TDE
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"""
A basic panel applet template - working examples are in the
pykpanelapplet/ directory
"""
"""
Copyright 2003 Jim Bublitz
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"""
from tdeui import PyKPanelApplet, KPanelApplet
# Any panel applet written in Python must include THIS "factory" function
# The name must be createApplet, and it must take the two args shown; it
# must return a PyKPanelApplet subclass
# Change "PanelAppletName" to something meaningful here and in the class
# declaration
def createApplet (parent, configFile):
return PanelAppletName (configFile, KPanelApplet.Normal, 0, parent, "nameMe")
# Define the PyKPanelApplet subclass in a fashion similar to this
# (PyKPanelApplet is a subclass of KPanelApplet, and exposes all of
# KPanelApplet's methods)
# You can change the arg list for __init__ as needed (and make the corresponding
# change in the call in createApplet), as long as you have the basic info
# needed to call PyKPanelApplet.__init__
class PanelAppletName (PyKPanelApplet):
def __init__ (self, configFile, t, actions, parent, name, f = 0):
PyKPanelApplet.__init__ (self, configFile, t, actions, parent, name, f)
# Change these methods to have kicker size your applet appropriately
# As written, they provide a square applet window
def widthForHeight (self, h):
return h
def heightForWidth (self, w ):
return w