Source code for libqtile.core.manager

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import asyncio
import io
import logging
import os
import pickle
import shlex
import signal
import sys
import tempfile
import time
import traceback
import warnings
from typing import Optional

import xcffib
import xcffib.xinerama
import xcffib.xproto

import libqtile
from libqtile import command_interface, confreader, hook, utils, window
from libqtile.backend.x11 import xcbq
from libqtile.command_client import InteractiveCommandClient
from libqtile.command_interface import IPCCommandServer, QtileCommandInterface
from libqtile.command_object import (
    CommandError,
    CommandException,
    CommandObject,
)
from libqtile.config import Click, Drag, Key, KeyChord, Match, Rule
from libqtile.config import ScratchPad as ScratchPadConfig
from libqtile.config import Screen
from libqtile.dgroups import DGroups
from libqtile.extension.base import _Extension
from libqtile.group import _Group
from libqtile.lazy import lazy
from libqtile.log_utils import logger
from libqtile.scratchpad import ScratchPad
from libqtile.state import QtileState
from libqtile.utils import get_cache_dir, send_notification
from libqtile.widget.base import _Widget


def _import_module(module_name, dir_path):
    import imp
    fp = None
    try:
        fp, pathname, description = imp.find_module(module_name, [dir_path])
        module = imp.load_module(module_name, fp, pathname, description)
    finally:
        if fp:
            fp.close()
    return module


def handle_exception(loop, context):
    if "exception" in context:
        logger.error(context["exception"], exc_info=True)
    else:
        logger.error("exception in event loop: %s", context)


[docs]class Qtile(CommandObject): """This object is the `root` of the command graph""" def __init__( self, kore, config, eventloop, no_spawn=False, state=None ): self._restart = False self.no_spawn = no_spawn self.mouse_position = (0, 0) self.core = kore self.config = config libqtile.init(self) self.windows_map = {} self.widgets_map = {} self.groups_map = {} self.groups = [] self.keys_map = {} self.current_chord = False self.numlock_mask, self.valid_mask = self.core.masks try: self.config.load() except Exception as e: logger.exception('Error while reading config file (%s)', e) self.config = confreader.Config() from libqtile.widget import TextBox widgets = self.config.screens[0].bottom.widgets widgets.insert(0, TextBox('Config Err!')) self.core.wmname = getattr(self.config, "wmname", "qtile") if config.main: warnings.warn("Defining a main function is deprecated, use libqtile.qtile", DeprecationWarning) config.main(self) self.dgroups = None if self.config.groups: key_binder = None if hasattr(self.config, 'dgroups_key_binder'): key_binder = self.config.dgroups_key_binder self.dgroups = DGroups(self, self.config.groups, key_binder) if hasattr(config, "widget_defaults") and config.widget_defaults: _Widget.global_defaults = config.widget_defaults else: _Widget.global_defaults = {} if hasattr(config, "extension_defaults") and config.extension_defaults: _Extension.global_defaults = config.extension_defaults else: _Extension.global_defaults = {} for installed_extension in _Extension.installed_extensions: installed_extension._configure(self) for i in self.groups: self.groups_map[i.name] = i for grp in self.config.groups: if isinstance(grp, ScratchPadConfig): sp = ScratchPad(grp.name, grp.dropdowns, grp.label) sp._configure([self.config.floating_layout], self.config.floating_layout, self) self.groups.append(sp) self.groups_map[sp.name] = sp self._eventloop = eventloop self.setup_eventloop() self.server = IPCCommandServer(self) self.current_screen = None self.screens = [] self._process_screens() self.current_screen = self.screens[0] self._drag = None self.conn.flush() self.conn.xsync() self.core._xpoll() # Map and Grab keys for key in self.config.keys: self.grab_key(key) # It fixes problems with focus when clicking windows of some specific clients like xterm def noop(qtile): pass self.config.mouse += (Click([], "Button1", lazy.function(noop), focus="after"),) self.mouse_map = {} for i in self.config.mouse: if self.mouse_map.get(i.button_code) is None: self.mouse_map[i.button_code] = [] self.mouse_map[i.button_code].append(i) self.grab_mouse() # no_spawn is set when we are restarting; we only want to run the # startup hook once. if not no_spawn: hook.fire("startup_once") hook.fire("startup") if state: try: with open(state, 'rb') as f: st = pickle.load(f) st.apply(self) except: # noqa: E722 logger.exception("failed restoring state") finally: os.remove(state) self.core.scan() if state: for screen in self.screens: screen.group.layout_all() self.update_net_desktops() hook.subscribe.setgroup(self.update_net_desktops) hook.fire("startup_complete") @property def root(self): return self.core._root @property def conn(self): return self.core.conn @property def selection(self): return self.core._selection def setup_eventloop(self) -> None: self._eventloop.add_signal_handler(signal.SIGINT, self.stop) self._eventloop.add_signal_handler(signal.SIGTERM, self.stop) self._eventloop.set_exception_handler(handle_exception) logger.debug('Adding io watch') self.core.setup_listener(self, self._eventloop) self._stopped_event = asyncio.Event() # This is a little strange. python-dbus internally depends on gobject, # so gobject's threads need to be running, and a gobject "main loop # thread" needs to be spawned, but we try to let it only interact with # us via calls to asyncio's call_soon_threadsafe. try: # We import dbus here to thrown an ImportError if it isn't # available. Since the only reason we're running this thread is # because of dbus, if dbus isn't around there's no need to run # this thread. import dbus # noqa from gi.repository import GLib # type: ignore def gobject_thread(): ctx = GLib.main_context_default() while not self._stopped_event.is_set(): try: ctx.iteration(True) except Exception: logger.exception("got exception from gobject") self._glib_loop = self.run_in_executor(gobject_thread) except ImportError: logger.warning("importing dbus/gobject failed, dbus will not work.") self._glib_loop = None async def async_loop(self) -> None: """Run the event loop Finalizes the Qtile instance on exit. """ try: await self._stopped_event.wait() finally: await self.finalize() self._eventloop.stop() def maybe_restart(self) -> None: """If set, restart the qtile instance""" if self._restart: logger.warning('Restarting Qtile with os.execv(...)') os.execv(*self._restart) def stop(self): # stop gets called in a variety of ways, including from restart(). # let's only do a real shutdown if we're not about to re-exec. if not self._restart: self.graceful_shutdown() logger.debug('Stopping qtile') self._stopped_event.set() def restart(self): argv = [sys.executable] + sys.argv if '--no-spawn' not in argv: argv.append('--no-spawn') state_file = os.path.join(tempfile.gettempdir(), "qtile-state") try: with open(state_file, 'wb') as f: pickle.dump(QtileState(self), f, protocol=0) except: # noqa: E722 logger.error("Unable to pickle qtile state") argv = [s for s in argv if not s.startswith('--with-state')] argv.append('--with-state=' + state_file) self._restart = (sys.executable, argv) self.stop() async def finalize(self): self._eventloop.remove_signal_handler(signal.SIGINT) self._eventloop.remove_signal_handler(signal.SIGTERM) self._eventloop.set_exception_handler(None) if self._glib_loop: try: from gi.repository import GLib GLib.idle_add(lambda: None) await self._glib_loop except ImportError: pass try: for widget in self.widgets_map.values(): widget.finalize() for layout in self.config.layouts: layout.finalize() for screen in self.screens: for bar in [screen.top, screen.bottom, screen.left, screen.right]: if bar is not None: bar.finalize() except: # noqa: E722 logger.exception('exception during finalize') self.core.remove_listener() def _process_fake_screens(self): """ Since Xephyr and Xnest don't really support offset screens, we'll fake it here for testing, (or if you want to partition a physical monitor into separate screens) """ for i, s in enumerate(self.config.fake_screens): # should have x,y, width and height set s._configure(self, i, s.x, s.y, s.width, s.height, self.groups[i]) if not self.current_screen: self.current_screen = s self.screens.append(s) def _process_screens(self) -> None: if hasattr(self.config, 'fake_screens'): self._process_fake_screens() return screen_info = self.core.get_screen_info() for i, (x, y, w, h) in enumerate(screen_info): if i + 1 > len(self.config.screens): scr = Screen() else: scr = self.config.screens[i] if not self.current_screen: self.current_screen = scr scr._configure( self, i, x, y, w, h, self.groups[i], ) self.screens.append(scr) def paint_screen(self, screen, image_path, mode=None): self.core.painter.paint(screen, image_path, mode) def process_key_event(self, keysym: int, mask: int) -> None: key = self.keys_map.get((keysym, mask), None) if key is None: logger.info("Ignoring unknown keysym: {keysym}, mask: {mask}".format(keysym=keysym, mask=mask)) return if isinstance(key, KeyChord): self.grab_chord(key) else: for cmd in key.commands: if cmd.check(self): status, val = self.server.call( (cmd.selectors, cmd.name, cmd.args, cmd.kwargs) ) if status in (command_interface.ERROR, command_interface.EXCEPTION): logger.error("KB command error %s: %s" % (cmd.name, val)) else: if self.current_chord is True or (self.current_chord and key.key == "Escape"): self.ungrab_chord() return def grab_keys(self) -> None: """Re-grab all of the keys configured in the key map Useful when a keyboard mapping event is received. """ self.core.ungrab_keys() for key in self.keys_map.values(): self.grab_key(key) def grab_key(self, key: Key) -> None: """Grab the given key event""" keysym, mask_key = self.core.grab_key(key) self.keys_map[(keysym, mask_key)] = key def ungrab_key(self, key: Key) -> None: """Ungrab a given key event""" keysym, mask_key = self.core.ungrab_key(key) self.keys_map.pop((keysym, mask_key)) def ungrab_keys(self) -> None: """Ungrab all key events""" self.core.ungrab_keys() self.keys_map.clear() def grab_chord(self, chord) -> None: self.current_chord = chord.mode if chord.mode != "" else True if self.current_chord: hook.fire("enter_chord", self.current_chord) self.ungrab_keys() for key in chord.submapings: self.grab_key(key) def ungrab_chord(self) -> None: self.current_chord = False hook.fire("leave_chord") self.ungrab_keys() for key in self.config.keys: self.grab_key(key) def grab_mouse(self) -> None: self.core.ungrab_buttons() for mouse in self.config.mouse: self.core.grab_button(mouse) def update_net_desktops(self) -> None: try: index = self.groups.index(self.current_group) # TODO: we should really only except ValueError here, AttributeError is # an annoying chicken and egg because we're accessing current_screen # (via current_group), and when we set up the initial groups, there # aren't any screens yet. This can probably be changed when #475 is # fixed. except (ValueError, AttributeError): index = 0 self.core.update_net_desktops(self.groups, index) def update_client_list(self) -> None: """Updates the client stack list This is needed for third party tasklists and drag and drop of tabs in chrome """ windows = [wid for wid, c in self.windows_map.items() if c.group] self.core.update_client_list(windows) def add_group(self, name, layout=None, layouts=None, label=None): if name not in self.groups_map.keys(): g = _Group(name, layout, label=label) self.groups.append(g) if not layouts: layouts = self.config.layouts g._configure(layouts, self.config.floating_layout, self) self.groups_map[name] = g hook.fire("addgroup", name) hook.fire("changegroup") self.update_net_desktops() return True return False def delete_group(self, name): # one group per screen is needed if len(self.groups) == len(self.screens): raise ValueError("Can't delete all groups.") if name in self.groups_map.keys(): group = self.groups_map[name] if group.screen and group.screen.previous_group: target = group.screen.previous_group else: target = group.get_previous_group() # Find a group that's not currently on a screen to bring to the # front. This will terminate because of our check above. while target.screen: target = target.get_previous_group() for i in list(group.windows): i.togroup(target.name) if self.current_group.name == name: self.current_screen.set_group(target, save_prev=False) self.groups.remove(group) del(self.groups_map[name]) hook.fire("delgroup", name) hook.fire("changegroup") self.update_net_desktops() def register_widget(self, w): """Register a bar widget If a widget with the same name already exists, this will silently ignore that widget. However, this is not necessarily a bug. By default a widget's name is just ``self.__class__.lower()``, so putting multiple widgets of the same class will alias and one will be inaccessible. Since more than one groupbox widget is useful when you have more than one screen, this is a not uncommon occurrence. If you want to use the debug info for widgets with the same name, set the name yourself. """ if w.name: if w.name in self.widgets_map: return self.widgets_map[w.name] = w @property def current_layout(self): return self.current_group.layout @property def current_group(self): return self.current_screen.group @property def current_window(self): return self.current_screen.group.current_window def add_strut(self, strut): from libqtile.bar import Bar, Gap for i, pos in enumerate(["left", "right", "top", "bottom"]): if strut[i]: bar = getattr(self.current_screen, pos) if isinstance(bar, Bar): bar.adjust_for_strut(strut[i]) elif isinstance(bar, Gap): bar.size += strut[i] if bar.size <= 0: setattr(self.current_screen, pos, None) else: setattr(self.current_screen, pos, Gap(strut[i])) self.current_screen.resize() def remove_strut(self, strut): self.add_strut([-i for i in strut]) def map_window(self, window: xcbq.Window) -> None: c = self.manage(window) if c and (not c.group or not c.group.screen): return window.map() def unmap_window(self, window_id) -> None: c = self.windows_map.get(window_id) if c and getattr(c, "group", None): try: c.window.unmap() c.state = window.WithdrawnState except xcffib.xproto.WindowError: # This means that the window has probably been destroyed, # but we haven't yet seen the DestroyNotify (it is likely # next in the queue). So, we just let these errors pass # since the window is dead. pass self.unmanage(window_id) def manage(self, w): try: attrs = w.get_attributes() internal = w.get_property("QTILE_INTERNAL") except (xcffib.xproto.WindowError, xcffib.xproto.AccessError): return if attrs and attrs.override_redirect: return if w.wid not in self.windows_map: if internal: try: c = window.Internal(w, self) except (xcffib.xproto.WindowError, xcffib.xproto.AccessError): return self.windows_map[w.wid] = c else: try: c = window.Window(w, self) except (xcffib.xproto.WindowError, xcffib.xproto.AccessError): return if w.get_wm_type() == "dock" or c.strut: c.cmd_static(self.current_screen.index) else: hook.fire("client_new", c) # Window may be defunct because # it's been declared static in hook. if c.defunct: return self.windows_map[w.wid] = c # Window may have been bound to a group in the hook. if not c.group: self.current_screen.group.add(c, focus=c.can_steal_focus()) self.update_client_list() hook.fire("client_managed", c) return c else: return self.windows_map[w.wid] def unmanage(self, win): c = self.windows_map.get(win) if c: hook.fire("client_killed", c) if c.strut: self.remove_strut(c.strut) if getattr(c, "group", None): c.group.remove(c) del self.windows_map[win] self.update_client_list() if self.current_window is None: self.conn.fixup_focus() def graceful_shutdown(self): """ Try and gracefully shutdown windows before exiting with SIGTERM, vs. just closing the X session and having the X server send them all SIGKILL. """ def get_interesting_pid(win): # We don't need to kill Internal or Static windows, they're qtile # managed and don't have any state. if not isinstance(win, window.Window): return None try: return win.window.get_net_wm_pid() except Exception: logger.exception("Got an exception in getting the window pid") return None pids = map(get_interesting_pid, self.windows_map.values()) pids = list(filter(lambda x: x is not None, pids)) # Give the windows a chance to shut down nicely. for pid in pids: try: os.kill(pid, signal.SIGTERM) except OSError: # might have died recently pass def still_alive(pid): # most pids will not be children, so we can't use wait() try: os.kill(pid, 0) return True except OSError: return False # give everyone a little time to exit and write their state. but don't # sleep forever (1s). for i in range(10): pids = list(filter(still_alive, pids)) if len(pids) == 0: break time.sleep(0.1) def find_screen(self, x, y): """Find a screen based on the x and y offset""" result = [] for i in self.screens: if i.x <= x <= i.x + i.width and \ i.y <= y <= i.y + i.height: result.append(i) if len(result) == 1: return result[0] return None def find_closest_screen(self, x, y): """ If find_screen returns None, then this basically extends a screen vertically and horizontally and see if x,y lies in the band. Only works if it can find a SINGLE closest screen, else we revert to _find_closest_closest. Useful when dragging a window out of a screen onto another but having leftmost corner above viewport. """ normal = self.find_screen(x, y) if normal is not None: return normal x_match = [] y_match = [] for i in self.screens: if i.x <= x <= i.x + i.width: x_match.append(i) if i.y <= y <= i.y + i.height: y_match.append(i) if len(x_match) == 1: return x_match[0] if len(y_match) == 1: return y_match[0] return self._find_closest_closest(x, y, x_match + y_match) def _find_closest_closest(self, x, y, candidate_screens): """ if find_closest_screen can't determine one, we've got multiple screens, so figure out who is closer. We'll calculate using the square of the distance from the center of a screen. Note that this could return None if x, y is right/below all screens (shouldn't happen but we don't do anything about it here other than returning None) """ closest_distance = None closest_screen = None if not candidate_screens: # try all screens candidate_screens = self.screens # if left corner is below and right of screen # it can't really be a candidate candidate_screens = [ s for s in candidate_screens if x < s.x + s.width and y < s.y + s.height ] for s in candidate_screens: middle_x = s.x + s.width / 2 middle_y = s.y + s.height / 2 distance = (x - middle_x) ** 2 + (y - middle_y) ** 2 if closest_distance is None or distance < closest_distance: closest_distance = distance closest_screen = s return closest_screen def enter_event(self, event) -> Optional[bool]: win = self.windows_map.get(event.event, None) if win is None: screen = self.find_screen(event.root_x, event.root_y) else: if win.group.screen is self.current_screen: return True screen = win.group.screen if screen: self.focus_screen(screen.index, warp=False) return None
[docs] def cmd_focus_by_click(self, e): """Bring a window to the front Parameters ========== e : xcb event Click event used to determine window to focus """ wnd = e.child or e.root # Additional option for config.py # Brings clicked window to front if self.config.bring_front_click: self.conn.conn.core.ConfigureWindow( wnd, xcffib.xproto.ConfigWindow.StackMode, [xcffib.xproto.StackMode.Above] ) window = self.windows_map.get(wnd) if window and not window.window.get_property('QTILE_INTERNAL'): self.current_group.focus(self.windows_map.get(wnd), False) self.windows_map.get(wnd).focus(False) self.conn.conn.core.AllowEvents(xcffib.xproto.Allow.ReplayPointer, e.time) self.conn.conn.flush()
def process_button_click(self, button_code, state, x, y, event) -> None: self.mouse_position = (x, y) k = self.mouse_map.get(button_code) for m in k: try: modmask = xcbq.translate_masks(m.modifiers) except xcbq.XCBQError as e: raise utils.QtileError(e) if not m or modmask & self.valid_mask != state & self.valid_mask: logger.info("Ignoring unknown button: %s" % button_code) continue if isinstance(m, Click): for i in m.commands: if i.check(self): if m.focus == "before": self.cmd_focus_by_click(event) status, val = self.server.call( (i.selectors, i.name, i.args, i.kwargs)) if m.focus == "after": self.cmd_focus_by_click(event) if status in (command_interface.ERROR, command_interface.EXCEPTION): logger.error( "Mouse command error %s: %s" % (i.name, val) ) elif isinstance(m, Drag): if m.start: i = m.start if m.focus == "before": self.cmd_focus_by_click(event) status, val = self.server.call( (i.selectors, i.name, i.args, i.kwargs)) if status in (command_interface.ERROR, command_interface.EXCEPTION): logger.error( "Mouse command error %s: %s" % (i.name, val) ) continue else: val = (0, 0) if m.focus == "after": self.cmd_focus_by_click(event) self._drag = (x, y, val[0], val[1], m.commands) self.core.grab_pointer() def process_button_release(self, button_code): k = self.mouse_map.get(button_code) for m in k: if not m: logger.info( "Ignoring unknown button release: %s" % button_code ) continue if isinstance(m, Drag): self._drag = None self.core.ungrab_pointer() def process_button_motion(self, x, y): self.mouse_position = (x, y) if self._drag is None: return ox, oy, rx, ry, cmd = self._drag dx = x - ox dy = y - oy if dx or dy: for i in cmd: if i.check(self): status, val = self.server.call(( i.selectors, i.name, i.args + (rx + dx, ry + dy), i.kwargs )) if status in (command_interface.ERROR, command_interface.EXCEPTION): logger.error( "Mouse command error %s: %s" % (i.name, val) ) def focus_screen(self, n, warp=True): """Have Qtile move to screen and put focus there""" if n >= len(self.screens): return old = self.current_screen self.current_screen = self.screens[n] if old != self.current_screen: hook.fire("current_screen_change") hook.fire("setgroup") old.group.layout_all() self.current_group.focus(self.current_window, warp) def move_to_group(self, group): """Create a group if it doesn't exist and move the current window there""" if self.current_window and group: self.add_group(group) self.current_window.togroup(group) def _items(self, name): if name == "group": return True, list(self.groups_map.keys()) elif name == "layout": return True, list(range(len(self.current_group.layouts))) elif name == "widget": return False, list(self.widgets_map.keys()) elif name == "bar": return False, [x.position for x in self.current_screen.gaps] elif name == "window": return True, self.list_wids() elif name == "screen": return True, list(range(len(self.screens))) def _select(self, name, sel): if name == "group": if sel is None: return self.current_group else: return self.groups_map.get(sel) elif name == "layout": if sel is None: return self.current_group.layout else: return utils.lget(self.current_group.layouts, sel) elif name == "widget": return self.widgets_map.get(sel) elif name == "bar": return getattr(self.current_screen, sel) elif name == "window": if sel is None: return self.current_window else: return self.client_from_wid(sel) elif name == "screen": if sel is None: return self.current_screen else: return utils.lget(self.screens, sel) def list_wids(self): return [i.window.wid for i in self.windows_map.values()] def client_from_wid(self, wid): for i in self.windows_map.values(): if i.window.wid == wid: return i return None def call_soon(self, func, *args): """ A wrapper for the event loop's call_soon which also flushes the X event queue to the server after func is called. """ def f(): func(*args) self.conn.flush() return self._eventloop.call_soon(f) def call_soon_threadsafe(self, func, *args): """ Another event loop proxy, see `call_soon`. """ def f(): func(*args) self.conn.flush() return self._eventloop.call_soon_threadsafe(f) def call_later(self, delay, func, *args): """ Another event loop proxy, see `call_soon`. """ def f(): func(*args) self.conn.flush() return self._eventloop.call_later(delay, f) def run_in_executor(self, func, *args): """ A wrapper for running a function in the event loop's default executor. """ return self._eventloop.run_in_executor(None, func, *args)
[docs] def cmd_debug(self): """Set log level to DEBUG""" logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logger.debug('Switching to DEBUG threshold')
[docs] def cmd_info(self): """Set log level to INFO""" logger.setLevel(logging.INFO) logger.info('Switching to INFO threshold')
[docs] def cmd_warning(self): """Set log level to WARNING""" logger.setLevel(logging.WARNING) logger.warning('Switching to WARNING threshold')
[docs] def cmd_error(self): """Set log level to ERROR""" logger.setLevel(logging.ERROR) logger.error('Switching to ERROR threshold')
[docs] def cmd_critical(self): """Set log level to CRITICAL""" logger.setLevel(logging.CRITICAL) logger.critical('Switching to CRITICAL threshold')
[docs] def cmd_loglevel(self): return logger.level
[docs] def cmd_loglevelname(self): return logging.getLevelName(logger.level)
[docs] def cmd_pause(self): """Drops into pdb""" import pdb pdb.set_trace()
[docs] def cmd_groups(self): """Return a dictionary containing information for all groups Examples ======== groups() """ return {i.name: i.info() for i in self.groups}
[docs] def cmd_get_info(self): """Prints info for all groups""" warnings.warn("The `get_info` command is deprecated, use `groups`", DeprecationWarning) return self.cmd_groups()
def get_mouse_position(self): return self.mouse_position
[docs] def cmd_display_kb(self, *args): """Display table of key bindings""" class FormatTable: def __init__(self): self.max_col_size = [] self.rows = [] def add(self, row): n = len(row) - len(self.max_col_size) if n > 0: self.max_col_size += [0] * n for i, f in enumerate(row): if len(f) > self.max_col_size[i]: self.max_col_size[i] = len(f) self.rows.append(row) def getformat(self): format_string = " ".join("%-{0:d}s".format(max_col_size + 2) for max_col_size in self.max_col_size) return format_string + "\n", len(self.max_col_size) def expandlist(self, list, n): if not list: return ["-" * max_col_size for max_col_size in self.max_col_size] n -= len(list) if n > 0: list += [""] * n return list def __str__(self): format, n = self.getformat() return "".join([format % tuple(self.expandlist(row, n)) for row in self.rows]) result = FormatTable() result.add(["KeySym", "Mod", "Command", "Desc"]) result.add([]) rows = [] for (ks, kmm), k in self.keys_map.items(): if not k.commands: continue name = ", ".join(xcbq.rkeysyms.get(ks, ("<unknown>", ))) modifiers = ", ".join(xcbq.translate_modifiers(kmm)) allargs = ", ".join( [repr(value) for value in k.commands[0].args] + ["%s = %s" % (keyword, repr(value)) for keyword, value in k.commands[0].kwargs.items()] ) rows.append((name, str(modifiers), "{0:s}({1:s})".format(k.commands[0].name, allargs), k.desc)) rows.sort() for row in rows: result.add(row) return str(result)
[docs] def cmd_list_widgets(self): """List of all addressible widget names""" return list(self.widgets_map.keys())
[docs] def cmd_to_layout_index(self, index, group=None): """Switch to the layout with the given index in self.layouts. Parameters ========== index : Index of the layout in the list of layouts. group : Group name. If not specified, the current group is assumed. """ if group: group = self.groups_map.get(group) else: group = self.current_group group.use_layout(index)
[docs] def cmd_next_layout(self, group=None): """Switch to the next layout. Parameters ========== group : Group name. If not specified, the current group is assumed """ if group: group = self.groups_map.get(group) else: group = self.current_group group.use_next_layout()
[docs] def cmd_prev_layout(self, group=None): """Switch to the previous layout. Parameters ========== group : Group name. If not specified, the current group is assumed """ if group: group = self.groups_map.get(group) else: group = self.current_group group.use_previous_layout()
[docs] def cmd_screens(self): """Return a list of dictionaries providing information on all screens""" lst = [dict( index=i.index, group=i.group.name if i.group is not None else None, x=i.x, y=i.y, width=i.width, height=i.height, gaps=dict( top=i.top.geometry() if i.top else None, bottom=i.bottom.geometry() if i.bottom else None, left=i.left.geometry() if i.left else None, right=i.right.geometry() if i.right else None, ) ) for i in self.screens] return lst
[docs] def cmd_simulate_keypress(self, modifiers, key): """Simulates a keypress on the focused window. Parameters ========== modifiers : A list of modifier specification strings. Modifiers can be one of "shift", "lock", "control" and "mod1" - "mod5". key : Key specification. Examples ======== simulate_keypress(["control", "mod2"], "k") """ # FIXME: This needs to be done with sendevent, once we have that fixed. try: modmasks = xcbq.translate_masks(modifiers) keysym = xcbq.keysyms.get(key) except xcbq.XCBQError as e: raise CommandError(str(e)) class DummyEv: pass d = DummyEv() d.detail = self.conn.first_sym_to_code[keysym] d.state = modmasks self.core.handle_KeyPress(d)
[docs] def cmd_validate_config(self): try: self.config.load() except Exception as error: send_notification("Configuration check", str(error.__context__)) else: send_notification("Configuration check", "No error found!")
[docs] def cmd_restart(self): """Restart qtile""" try: self.config.load() except Exception as error: logger.error("Preventing restart because of a configuration error: {}".format(error)) send_notification("Configuration error", str(error.__context__)) return self.restart()
[docs] def cmd_spawn(self, cmd): """Run cmd in a shell. cmd may be a string, which is parsed by shlex.split, or a list (similar to subprocess.Popen). Examples ======== spawn("firefox") spawn(["xterm", "-T", "Temporary terminal"]) """ if isinstance(cmd, str): args = shlex.split(cmd) else: args = list(cmd) r, w = os.pipe() pid = os.fork() if pid < 0: os.close(r) os.close(w) return pid if pid == 0: os.close(r) # close qtile's stdin, stdout, stderr so the called process doesn't # pollute our xsession-errors. os.close(0) os.close(1) os.close(2) pid2 = os.fork() if pid2 == 0: os.close(w) try: # if qtile was installed in a virutal env, we don't # necessarily want to propagate that to children # applications, since it may change e.g. the behavior # of shells that spawn python applications del os.environ['VIRTUAL_ENV'] except KeyError: pass # Open /dev/null as stdin, stdout, stderr try: fd = os.open(os.devnull, os.O_RDWR) except OSError: # This shouldn't happen, catch it just in case pass else: # For Python >=3.4, need to set file descriptor to inheritable try: os.set_inheritable(fd, True) except AttributeError: pass # Again, this shouldn't happen, but we should just check if fd > 0: os.dup2(fd, 0) os.dup2(fd, 1) os.dup2(fd, 2) try: os.execvp(args[0], args) except OSError as e: logger.error("failed spawn: \"{0}\"\n{1}".format(cmd, e)) os._exit(1) else: # Here it doesn't matter if fork failed or not, we just write # its return code and exit. os.write(w, str(pid2).encode()) os.close(w) # sys.exit raises SystemExit, which will then be caught by our # top level catchall and we'll end up with two qtiles; os._exit # actually calls exit. os._exit(0) else: os.close(w) os.waitpid(pid, 0) # 1024 bytes should be enough for any pid. :) pid = os.read(r, 1024) os.close(r) return int(pid)
[docs] def cmd_status(self): """Return "OK" if Qtile is running""" return "OK"
[docs] def cmd_sync(self): """Sync the X display. Should only be used for development""" self.conn.flush()
[docs] def cmd_to_screen(self, n): """Warp focus to screen n, where n is a 0-based screen number Examples ======== to_screen(0) """ return self.focus_screen(n)
[docs] def cmd_next_screen(self): """Move to next screen""" return self.focus_screen( (self.screens.index(self.current_screen) + 1) % len(self.screens) )
[docs] def cmd_prev_screen(self): """Move to the previous screen""" return self.focus_screen( (self.screens.index(self.current_screen) - 1) % len(self.screens) )
[docs] def cmd_windows(self): """Return info for each client window""" return [ i.info() for i in self.windows_map.values() if not isinstance(i, window.Internal) ]
[docs] def cmd_internal_windows(self): """Return info for each internal window (bars, for example)""" return [ i.info() for i in self.windows_map.values() if isinstance(i, window.Internal) ]
[docs] def cmd_qtile_info(self): """Returns a dictionary of info on the Qtile instance""" return {}
[docs] def cmd_shutdown(self): """Quit Qtile""" self.stop()
[docs] def cmd_switch_groups(self, groupa, groupb): """Switch position of groupa to groupb""" if groupa not in self.groups_map or groupb not in self.groups_map: return indexa = self.groups.index(self.groups_map[groupa]) indexb = self.groups.index(self.groups_map[groupb]) self.groups[indexa], self.groups[indexb] = \ self.groups[indexb], self.groups[indexa] hook.fire("setgroup") # update window _NET_WM_DESKTOP for group in (self.groups[indexa], self.groups[indexb]): for w in group.windows: w.group = group
def find_window(self, wid): window = self.windows_map.get(wid) if window: if not window.group.screen: self.current_screen.set_group(window.group) window.group.focus(window, False)
[docs] def cmd_findwindow(self, prompt="window", widget="prompt"): """Launch prompt widget to find a window of the given name Parameters ========== prompt : Text with which to prompt user (default: "window") widget : Name of the prompt widget (default: "prompt") """ mb = self.widgets_map.get(widget) if not mb: logger.error("No widget named '{0:s}' present.".format(widget)) return mb.start_input( prompt, self.find_window, "window", strict_completer=True )
[docs] def cmd_next_urgent(self): """Focus next window with urgent hint""" try: nxt = [w for w in self.windows_map.values() if w.urgent][0] nxt.group.cmd_toscreen() nxt.group.focus(nxt) except IndexError: pass # no window had urgent set
[docs] def cmd_togroup(self, prompt="group", widget="prompt"): """Launch prompt widget to move current window to a given group Parameters ========== prompt : Text with which to prompt user (default: "group") widget : Name of the prompt widget (default: "prompt") """ if not self.current_window: logger.warning("No window to move") return mb = self.widgets_map.get(widget) if not mb: logger.error("No widget named '{0:s}' present.".format(widget)) return mb.start_input(prompt, self.move_to_group, "group", strict_completer=True)
[docs] def cmd_switchgroup(self, prompt="group", widget="prompt"): """Launch prompt widget to switch to a given group to the current screen Parameters ========== prompt : Text with which to prompt user (default: "group") widget : Name of the prompt widget (default: "prompt") """ def f(group): if group: try: self.groups_map[group].cmd_toscreen() except KeyError: logger.info("No group named '{0:s}' present.".format(group)) mb = self.widgets_map.get(widget) if not mb: logger.warning("No widget named '{0:s}' present.".format(widget)) return mb.start_input(prompt, f, "group", strict_completer=True)
[docs] def cmd_spawncmd(self, prompt="spawn", widget="prompt", command="%s", complete="cmd"): """Spawn a command using a prompt widget, with tab-completion. Parameters ========== prompt : Text with which to prompt user (default: "spawn: "). widget : Name of the prompt widget (default: "prompt"). command : command template (default: "%s"). complete : Tab completion function (default: "cmd") """ def f(args): if args: self.cmd_spawn(command % args) try: mb = self.widgets_map[widget] mb.start_input(prompt, f, complete) except KeyError: logger.error("No widget named '{0:s}' present.".format(widget))
[docs] def cmd_qtilecmd(self, prompt="command", widget="prompt", messenger="xmessage") -> None: """Execute a Qtile command using the client syntax Tab completion aids navigation of the command tree Parameters ========== prompt : Text to display at the prompt (default: "command: ") widget : Name of the prompt widget (default: "prompt") messenger : Command to display output, set this to None to disable (default: "xmessage") """ def f(cmd): if cmd: # c here is used in eval() below q = QtileCommandInterface(self) c = InteractiveCommandClient(q) # noqa: F841 try: cmd_arg = str(cmd).split(' ') except AttributeError: return cmd_len = len(cmd_arg) if cmd_len == 0: logger.info('No command entered.') return try: result = eval(u'c.{0:s}'.format(cmd)) except (CommandError, CommandException, AttributeError) as err: logger.error(err) result = None if result is not None: from pprint import pformat message = pformat(result) if messenger: self.cmd_spawn('{0:s} "{1:s}"'.format(messenger, message)) logger.debug(result) mb = self.widgets_map[widget] if not mb: logger.error("No widget named {0:s} present.".format(widget)) return mb.start_input(prompt, f, "qshell")
[docs] def cmd_addgroup(self, group, label=None, layout=None, layouts=None): """Add a group with the given name""" return self.add_group(name=group, layout=layout, layouts=layouts, label=label)
[docs] def cmd_delgroup(self, group): """Delete a group with the given name""" return self.delete_group(group)
[docs] def cmd_add_rule(self, match_args, rule_args, min_priorty=False): """Add a dgroup rule, returns rule_id needed to remove it Parameters ========== match_args : config.Match arguments rule_args : config.Rule arguments min_priorty : If the rule is added with minimum prioriry (last) (default: False) """ if not self.dgroups: logger.warning('No dgroups created') return match = Match(**match_args) rule = Rule(match, **rule_args) return self.dgroups.add_rule(rule, min_priorty)
[docs] def cmd_remove_rule(self, rule_id): """Remove a dgroup rule by rule_id""" self.dgroups.remove_rule(rule_id)
[docs] def cmd_run_external(self, full_path): """Run external Python script""" def format_error(path, e): s = """Can't call "main" from "{path}"\n\t{err_name}: {err}""" return s.format(path=path, err_name=e.__class__.__name__, err=e) module_name = os.path.splitext(os.path.basename(full_path))[0] dir_path = os.path.dirname(full_path) err_str = "" local_stdout = io.BytesIO() old_stdout = sys.stdout sys.stdout = local_stdout sys.exc_clear() try: module = _import_module(module_name, dir_path) module.main(self) except ImportError as e: err_str += format_error(full_path, e) except: # noqa: E722 (exc_type, exc_value, exc_traceback) = sys.exc_info() err_str += traceback.format_exc() err_str += format_error(full_path, exc_type(exc_value)) finally: sys.exc_clear() sys.stdout = old_stdout local_stdout.close() return local_stdout.getvalue() + err_str
[docs] def cmd_hide_show_bar(self, position="all"): """Toggle visibility of a given bar Parameters ========== position : one of: "top", "bottom", "left", "right", or "all" (default: "all") """ if position in ["top", "bottom", "left", "right"]: bar = getattr(self.current_screen, position) if bar: bar.show(not bar.is_show()) self.current_group.layout_all() else: logger.warning( "Not found bar in position '%s' for hide/show." % position) elif position == "all": screen = self.current_screen is_show = None for bar in [screen.left, screen.right, screen.top, screen.bottom]: if bar: if is_show is None: is_show = not bar.is_show() bar.show(is_show) if is_show is not None: self.current_group.layout_all() else: logger.warning("Not found bar for hide/show.") else: logger.error("Invalid position value:{0:s}".format(position))
[docs] def cmd_get_state(self): """Get pickled state for restarting qtile""" buf = io.BytesIO() pickle.dump(QtileState(self), buf, protocol=0) state = buf.getvalue().decode(errors="backslashreplace") logger.debug('State = ') logger.debug(''.join(state.split('\n'))) return state
[docs] def cmd_tracemalloc_toggle(self): """Toggle tracemalloc status Running tracemalloc is required for qtile-top """ import tracemalloc if not tracemalloc.is_tracing(): tracemalloc.start() else: tracemalloc.stop()
[docs] def cmd_tracemalloc_dump(self): """Dump tracemalloc snapshot""" import tracemalloc if not tracemalloc.is_tracing(): return [False, "Trace not started"] cache_directory = get_cache_dir() malloc_dump = os.path.join(cache_directory, "qtile_tracemalloc.dump") tracemalloc.take_snapshot().dump(malloc_dump) return [True, malloc_dump]
[docs] def cmd_get_test_data(self): """ Returns any content arbitrarily set in the self.test_data attribute. Useful in tests. """ return self.test_data
[docs] def cmd_run_extension(self, extension): """Run extensions""" extension.run()