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/Lib/lib-tk/tkColorChooser.py

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 1# tk common colour chooser dialogue
 2#
 3# this module provides an interface to the native color dialogue
 4# available in Tk 4.2 and newer.
 5#
 6# written by Fredrik Lundh, May 1997
 7#
 8# fixed initialcolor handling in August 1998
 9#
10
11#
12# options (all have default values):
13#
14# - initialcolor: colour to mark as selected when dialog is displayed
15#   (given as an RGB triplet or a Tk color string)
16#
17# - parent: which window to place the dialog on top of
18#
19# - title: dialog title
20#
21
22from tkCommonDialog import Dialog
23
24
25#
26# color chooser class
27
28class Chooser(Dialog):
29    "Ask for a color"
30
31    command = "tk_chooseColor"
32
33    def _fixoptions(self):
34        try:
35            # make sure initialcolor is a tk color string
36            color = self.options["initialcolor"]
37            if isinstance(color, tuple):
38                # assume an RGB triplet
39                self.options["initialcolor"] = "#%02x%02x%02x" % color
40        except KeyError:
41            pass
42
43    def _fixresult(self, widget, result):
44        # result can be somethings: an empty tuple, an empty string or
45        # a Tcl_Obj, so this somewhat weird check handles that
46        if not result or not str(result):
47            return None, None # canceled
48
49        # to simplify application code, the color chooser returns
50        # an RGB tuple together with the Tk color string
51        r, g, b = widget.winfo_rgb(result)
52        return (r/256, g/256, b/256), str(result)
53
54
55#
56# convenience stuff
57
58def askcolor(color = None, **options):
59    "Ask for a color"
60
61    if color:
62        options = options.copy()
63        options["initialcolor"] = color
64
65    return Chooser(**options).show()
66
67
68# --------------------------------------------------------------------
69# test stuff
70
71if __name__ == "__main__":
72    print "color", askcolor()