A Tkinter GUI Console For Executing Commands.
DevConsole Is A Developer Console That Lets Your User Or The Developers To Have A Console Interface For Testing. This becomes extreamly handy when you want to execute functions at certain times and don't want to setup a super complex system for testing.
There Will Be A "Command" Class Which Is A Class That Stores A Function/Method That Gets Called When The Command Is Executed And A Name Which Is The Name Thats Used To Call The Command In The Console (Note: The Commands Will Be Lowered So Even A Command Like "eXiT" will be recognised as "exit").
Usage Examples (Python Code):
from DevConsole.Console import Console, Command console = Console("Console title", "icon path", "background color code") # Create a new console. all these parameters are optional def function(): # The Function That Will Get Activated When A Command Is Executed print("A Command Has Been Executed Through DevConsole") console.Log("You Just Executed A Command") # Writing A Line To The Console cmd = Command("name", function) # Created a Command Object Called cmd and giving it a name and a function/method to call # The Name Of The Command Will Be the text used to call the command console.RegisterCommand(cmd) # Register The Command That We Just Created, You Could Register As Many As You Want console.mainloop() # Calls the tkinter.mainloop() function
Changed command "WriteLine" to "Log" Added the prefix and text colour options Usage (Python):
console.Log("Main Text", "Prefix (Optional)", "color (Optional)")
The colours in the color parameter needs to be lower case, compatible with tkinter.
Forgot to add self in the RaiseError function in the console class. Thats fixed and it will properly raise an error or skip
added support for adding a list of commands in one function
command_list = [command1, command2] # Making A List Of Commands console.RegisterCommands(command_list) # RegisterCommands() function added to the Console Class
changed the path checking on the icon so it will work now and you won't get an AttributeError When Trying to add a icon to the window
Upcomming Features (Maybe...)
- Custom Console Window
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