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Project Description

ObjectListView

An ObjectListView is a wrapper around the wx.ListCtrl that makes the list control easier to use. It also provides some useful extra functionality.

  • Automatically transforms a collection of model objects into a fully functional wx.ListCtrl.
  • Automatically sorts rows.
  • Easily edit the cell values.
  • Supports all ListCtrl views (report, list, large and small icons).
  • Columns can be fixed-width, have a minimum and/or maximum width, or be space-filling
  • Displays a “list is empty” message when the list is empty (obviously).
  • Supports checkboxes in any column.
  • Supports alternate rows background colors.
  • Supports custom formatting of rows .
  • Supports searching (by typing) on any column, even on massive lists.
  • Supports custom sorting
  • Supports filtering and batched updates
  • The FastObjectListView version can build a list of 10,000 objects in less than 0.1 seconds.
  • The VirtualObjectListView version supports millions of rows through ListCtrl’s virtual mode.
  • The GroupListView version supports arranging rows into collapsible groups.
  • Effortlessly produce professional-looking reports using a ListCtrlPrinter.

Seriously, after using an ObjectListView, you will never go back to using a plain wx.ListCtrl.

Dependancies

  • Python 2.7+
  • wxPython 2.8+
Release History

Release History

1.3.1

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ObjectListView-1.3.1-py2.py3-none-any.whl (83.6 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 py2.py3 Wheel Feb 2, 2015
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