A styled text widget for wxpython.
Wxtextview is widget for the wx toolkit and is written completely in python. It has the functionality of a rich text editor and can handle even very long texts without beeing slow. All layout and editor logic is implemented in python. Only basic drawing commands are used from the wx toolkit. It is therefore easy to adapt it to other GUI-toolkits.
There are two demos showing advanced possibilities of WXTextView:
|notebook.py:||A notebook interface similar to mathematica / ipython|
|math_demo.py:||A demonstration of editing math equations|
Running the demos:
Just cd to the demo directory and execute the scripts. No installation is needed. External dependencies are textmodel (all demos), wxpython (all demos) and matplotlib (notebook). The demos were tested on linux, windows and mac platforms.
$ cd demo/ $ python demo1.py
Using the wxtextview-widget:
from wxtextview import WXTextView from textmodel import TextModel import wx app = wx.App() model = TextModel(u'Hello World!') model.set_properties(6, 11, fontsize=14) model.set_properties(6, 11, bgcolor='yellow') # display the texmodel in a view frame = wx.Frame(None) view = WXTextView(frame, -1) view.model = model frame.Show() # set cursor and selection view.index = 5 view.selection = 0, 5 # display the same textmodel in a second view frame2 = wx.Frame(None) view2 = WXTextView(frame2, -1) view2.model = model frame2.Show() app.MainLoop()
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