A bawdy, emoji-friendly progress bar.
Another Python Terminal Logger
Here it is: another python terminal logger---apytl.
This implementation uses only the standard Python library and supports unicode emojis. If you've ever wanted a progress bar that fills with piles of poop, eggplants, or extended middle fingers, then you're in the right place.
I've attempted to make this easy. You should be able to use
pip to install the
package by running:
pip install apytl
Right now the package is only released for Python >=3.5. If
about not finding a version, you can either try upgrading Python, or build from
Building from source
You may install from source by either downloading the files from PyPI (here) or cloning the git repository:
git clone https://github.com/anadolski/apytl.git
If this is the first time you're installing the package, all you should need to
cd to the source directory (i.e., the one containing
python setup.py build python setup.py install --user --record ./.installed_files.txt
If you re-clone the repo (or
git pull or otherwise update the source code),
you will need to reinstall to take advantage of all the fun new features. And
bugs. Let's not forget those bugs. To reinstall---again, from the source
rm $(cat ./.installed_files.txt)
(Note: This command will attempt to delete every entry in
.installed_files.txt, so use with caution. Ensure there isn't anything
important hiding in that file.)
To reinstall, simply run the
install commands mentioned at the
beginning of the section.
You can use the progress bar for iteration tracking. All the function needs to
know is the total number of iterations in the loop, and the iteration that it is
currently on. Just drop the
apytl.Bar().drawbar() function inside your loop
and pass it those parameters. Here's a minimal example:
import time import apytl total_iterations = 25 wait = 0.1 for index, value in enumerate(range(total_iterations)): # Your code goes here, then we draw the progress bar apytl.Bar().drawbar(value, total_iterations) time.sleep(wait)
But you probably want emojis, so do this instead:
import time import apytl total_iterations = 25 wait = 0.1 for index, value in enumerate(range(total_iterations)): # Your code goes here, then we draw the progress bar apytl.Bar().drawbar(value, total_iterations, fill='poop') time.sleep(wait)
Ta-da! Poop all over your terminal (assuming the combination of your display manager, terminal emulator, and font supports it).
apytl.Bar().drawbar() accepts some customization options; see the docstring
for complete details. Here are a couple highlights:
fill: takes arbitrary single-character alphanumeric input, or an arbitrary Python-formatted unicode emoji (of the form
\\uXXXX), or one of a few preset options listed in the docstring.
barsize: takes an integer and sets the size of the filling region.
This package is an alpha release and under active development. That means that I fix bugs and create new ones approximately whenever I feel like it.
master branch is the most stable version of the package, with primary
development happening on
Pull requests and issue tickets are both welcomed and encouraged. Please put specific emoji requests into issue tickets (for now).
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