Source code for ooodev.dialog.tk_input

from ooodev.mock import mock_g

# sourcery skip: remove-pass-body
    import tkinter as tk
except ImportError:
    if mock_g.DOCS_BUILDING:
        # ignoring simply because windows and sphinx don't see tkinter when python interpreter is pointed to LibreOffice python.exe

[docs]class Window: """Creates a dialog Window"""
[docs] def __init__(self, title: str = "Input", input_msg: str = "Enter Input:", is_password: bool = False) -> None: """ Class Constructor Args: title (str, optional): Title to display for Dialog. Defaults to "Input". input_msg (_type_, optional): Message to display for Dialog. Defaults to "Enter Input:". is_password (bool, optional): Determines if input box is masked for password input. Defaults to False. """ self.root = tk.Tk() self.root.geometry("300x70") self.root.title(title) self.parent = tk.Frame(self.root, padx=10, pady=10) self.parent.pack(fill=tk.BOTH, expand=True) mask = "*" if is_password else "" self.password = tk.StringVar() # Password variable self.passEntry = self._make_entry(self.parent, input_msg, 16, show=mask, textvariable=self.password) submit = tk.Button(self.root, text="OK", command=self.get_input) # passEntry.pack(pady=12, padx=8) submit.pack() self.root.mainloop()
[docs] def get_input(self) -> str: """ Gets the input from the dialog Returns: str: Dialog Input or empty string. """ p = self.password.get() # get password from entry self.root.quit() # print("Password:", p) return p
def _make_entry(self, parent, caption, width=None, **options): tk.Label(parent, text=caption).pack(side=tk.TOP) entry = tk.Entry(parent, **options) if width: entry.config(width=width) entry.pack(side=tk.TOP, padx=10, fill=tk.BOTH) return entry