Source code for lib.file_helpers

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 * :class:`ProgressDialogCanceled`
 * :func:`progress_dialog`
 * :func:`linecount`
 * :func:`file_progress_gen`


from contextlib import contextmanager
from functools import partial
from typing import BinaryIO, ContextManager, Generator, IO, Tuple

from PyQt6.QtCore import Qt
from PyQt6.QtWidgets import QApplication, QMainWindow, QProgressDialog

[docs] class ProgressDialogCanceled(Exception): """Raised when a progress dialog is canceled""" pass
[docs] @contextmanager def progress_dialog(main_window: QMainWindow, title: str, label: str, maximum: int) -> ContextManager[QProgressDialog]: """:class:`~contextlib.contextmanager` that displays a progress dialog :param main_window: Application main window :param title: Progress dialog title :param label: Progress dialog label :param maximum: Maximum value for progress """ progress_dialog = QProgressDialog(main_window) progress_dialog.setWindowTitle(title) progress_dialog.setWindowModality(Qt.WindowModality.WindowModal) progress_dialog.setLabelText(label) progress_dialog.setMaximum(maximum) yield progress_dialog progress_dialog.setValue(maximum) progress_dialog.close() progress_dialog.deleteLater()
[docs] def linecount(infile: BinaryIO, buffer_size: int = 1024*1024) -> int: """Count lines in infile Starts at current position in file. Position is not preserved. Idea taken from :param infile: File like object for which lines are counted (binary mode!) :param buffer_size: Buffer size for reading the file :return: Number of newlines in infile """ buffer_gen = iter(partial(, buffer_size), b'') return sum(buffer.count(b'\n') for buffer in buffer_gen)
[docs] def file_progress_gen(main_window, file: IO, title: str, label: str, no_lines: int, step: int = 100) \ -> Generator[Tuple[int, str], None, None]: """A generator for file iteration that displays a progress bar Yields (line number, line string). Return value on user cancel via progress dialog is current line number :param main_window: Application main window :param file: File to be iterater over :param title: Progress dialog title :param label: Progress dialog label :param no_lines: Number of lines that are remaining in file :param step: Number of lines per progress bar update """ with progress_dialog(main_window, title, label, no_lines) as progress_dlg: try: for i, line in enumerate(file): yield i, line if not i % step: progress_dlg.setValue(i) QApplication.instance().processEvents() if progress_dlg.wasCanceled(): msg = "File operation canceled at line {}.".format(i) raise ProgressDialogCanceled(msg) except GeneratorExit: # Catch for cleaning up with progress_dialog pass except Exception as error: main_window.grid.model.reset() main_window.statusBar().showMessage(str(error))