trying to pomodoro a timer with good UI and UX as a way to learn GTK3
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import gi
import time
import datetime
import threading
gi.require_version("Gtk", "3.0")
from gi.repository import Gtk, GLib
class Main:
def __init__(self):
self.timer = None
self.event = None
self.timer_running = False
self.builder = Gtk.Builder()
self.builder.add_from_file('pom.glade')
#self.builder.add_from_file('secondtry.glade')
self.builder.connect_signals(self)
# button = self.builder.get_object("button")
# button.connect("clicked", self.printText)
window = self.builder.get_object("Main")
window.connect('delete-event', Gtk.main_quit)
window.show()
self.time_display = self.builder.get_object("time_display")
self.mode_switch = self.builder.get_object('modeSwitch')
self.stack = self.builder.get_object("mainStack")
self.mode_switch.connect('notify::active', self.work_break_switch)
self.POMTIME = 25 * 60
self.BREAKTIME = 5 * 60
self.LONGBREAK = 30 * 60
self.time_left = self.POMTIME
def updateDisplay(self,time_left):
self.clock = str(datetime.timedelta(seconds = self.time_left))
self.time_display.set_text(self.clock)
def countdown(self):
#self.time_left
future = datetime.datetime.now() + datetime.timedelta(seconds=self.time_left)
if self.timer_running:
while not self.event.is_set():
self.updateDisplay(self.time_left)
self.time_left -= 1
time.sleep(1)
if datetime.datetime.now() >= future:
if self.mode_switch.get_active():
self.time_left = self.POMTIME
print('swith on')
self.mode_switch.set_active(False)
else:
self.time_left = self.BREAKTIME
print('swith off')
self.mode_switch.set_active(True)
# add alarm or whatev here
#can add an auto continue?
self.pauseCountdown('')
def work_break_switch(self, switch, active):
if self.mode_switch.get_active():
state = "Pomtime"
self.time_left = self.POMTIME
else:
state = "Breaktime"
self.time_left = self.BREAKTIME
print("Switch was turned to", state)
self.updateDisplay(self.time_left)
self.pauseCountdown('')
def startCountdown(self,button):
print('Pressed start')
if not self.timer_running:
print('Started timer')
self.timer_running = True
self.timer = threading.Thread(target=self.countdown)
self.event = threading.Event()
self.timer.daemon=True
self.timer.start()
def pauseCountdown(self,button):
print('Pressed stop')
self.event.set()
self.timer_running = False
def restartCountdown(self, button):
print('Pressed restart')
self.time_left = self.POMTIME
self.work_break_switch(self.mode_switch,'')
self.event.set()
self.startCountdown(button)
# Settings windows
def openSettings(self, button):
current_page = self.stack.get_visible_child()
settingspage = self.stack.get_child_by_name('settingsView')
if current_page is settingspage:
self.closeSettings(button)
else:
self.stack.set_visible_child(settingspage)
def closeSettings(self, button):
mainPage = self.stack.get_child_by_name('timerView')
self.stack.set_visible_child(mainPage)
if __name__ == '__main__':
main = Main()
Gtk.main()