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Magnifier.py

# $Id: Magnifier.py,v 1.1.2.7 2007/01/23 22:39:23 marcusva Exp $
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"""Magnification tool for pygame."""

import pygame

00030 class Magnifier (object):
    """Magnifier (size=(20, 20), factor=2) -> Magnifier

    A screen magnification class for the pygame screen.

    The Magnifier class allows to zoom a certain portion of the screen,
    determined by the current mouse position by a specific scaling
    factor. It creates a rectangular zoom area that will be blit on the
    screen. The zooming area will be placed around the current mouse
    position:

    ##############################################
    #                                            #  ###
    #               ---------------              #  # # - pygame screen
    #               |\           /|              #  ###
    #               | \         / |              #
    #               |  \ooooooo/  |              #  ooo
    #               |   o     o   |              #  o o - Area to zoom (size)
    #               |   o  X  o   |              #  ooo
    #               |   o     o   |              #
    #               |  /ooooooo\  |              #  ---
    #               | /         \ |              #  | | - Zoomed area.
    #               |/           \|              #  ---
    #               ---------------              #
    #                                            #   X - Mouse cursor position. 
    ##############################################

    The size of the area to zoom can be adjusted using the 'size'
    attribute and set_size() method.

    # Zoom a 40x40 px area around the mouse cursor.
    magnifier.size = 40, 40
    magnifier.set_size (40, 40)

    The factor by which the area around the mouse cursor should be
    magnified can be set using the 'factor' attribute or set_factor() method.

    # Zoom the wanted area by 3 with a result of an area three times as big
    # as the original one.
    magnifier.factor = 3
    magnifier.set_factor (3)

    By default the Magnifier uses a simple call to pygame.transform.scale(),
    which does not provide optimal results for each surface. The 'zoom_func'
    attribute and set_zoom_func() method allow you to provide an own zoom
    function, which has to return the zoomed surface. It receives the actual
    screen surface, the mouse position the zoomed area will be centered at and
    the sizes and scaling factor to use for zooming.

    def own_zoom_func (screen, mousepos, resultsize, size, factor):
        ...
        return zoomed_surface

    magnifier.zoom_func = own_zoom_func
    magnifier.set_zoom_func (own_zoom_func)
    
    The resultsize is a tuple containing the magnifier size multiplied with the
    set factor of the magnifier:
    resultsize = int (size[0] * factor), int (size[1] * factor)
    size and factor contain the currently set values of the respective
    attributes of the Magnifier instance. An implementation of the default zoom
    functionality of the Magnifier using the 'zoom_func' attribute would look
    like the following:

    def own_zoom_func (screen, mousepos, resultsize, size, factor):
        offset = mousepos[0] - size[0] / 2, mousepos[1] - size[1] / 2
        # Create zoomable surface.
        surface = pygame.Surface ((size[0], size[1]))
        surface.blit (screen, (0, 0), (offset[0], offset[1], size[0], size[1]))
        # Zoom and blit.
        return pygame.transform.scale (surface, (resultsize[0], resultsize[1]))
    
    Attributes:
    factor    - The zoom factor to use for magnification.
    size      - The size of the area around the mouse cursor to zoom.
    border    - Indicates whether a 1px border around the magnified area should
                be drawn.
    zoom_func -
    """
    def __init__ (self, size=(20, 20), factor=2):
        self._factor = factor
        self._size = size
        self._oldsurface = None
        self._oldpos = None # The topleft offset of the area.
        self._mousepos = None  # The mouse position.
        self._border = True
        self._zoomfunc = None

00118     def set_factor (self, factor):
        """M.set_factor (...) -> None

        Sets the zoom factor to use for magnification.

        Raises a TypeError, if the argument is not an integer or float.
        Raises a ValueError, if the argument is smaller than 1.
        """
        if type (factor) not in (int, float):
            raise TypeError ("factor must be an integer or float")
        if factor < 1:
            raise ValueError ("factor must not be smaller than 1")
        self._factor = factor
        if self._mousepos:
            self._update (self._mousepos)
        
00134     def set_size (self, width, height):
        """M.set_size (...) -> None

        Sets the width and height of the area to zoom.

        Raises a TypeError, if the arguments are not integers.
        Raises a ValueError, if the arguments are smaller than 1.
        """
        if (type (width) != int) or (type (height) != int):
            raise TypeError ("width and height must be integers")
        if (width < 1) or (height < 1):
            raise ValueError ("width and height must not be smaller than 1")
        self._size = width, height
        if self._mousepos:
            self._update (self._mousepos)

00150     def enable_border (self, border):
        """M.enable_border (...) -> None

        Enables or disables the display of a 1px border around the zoom area.

        The argument will be interpreted as boolean value.
        """
        self._border = border
        if self._mousepos:
            self._update (self._mousepos)

00161     def restore (self):
        """M.restore () -> None

        Restores the original screen content.
        """
        screen = pygame.display.get_surface ()
        # Restore old surface area.
        if self._oldsurface:
            screen.blit (self._oldsurface, self._oldpos)
            self._oldsurface = None

00172     def set_zoom_func (self, func):
        """D.set_zoom_func (...) -> None

        Sets the zoom function to use for the Magnifier..

        Raises a TypeError, if func is not callable.
        """
        if not callable (func):
            raise TypeError ("func must be callable")
        self._zoomfunc = func
        if self._mousepos:
            self._update (self._mousepos)

00185     def notify (self, *events):
        """M.notify (...) -> bool

        Notifies the Magnifier about a pygame.event.Event.

        The argument must be a pygame.event.Event.
        """
        motion = [e for e in events if e.type == pygame.MOUSEMOTION]
        if motion:
            self._mousepos = motion[-1].pos
            self._update (self._mousepos)
            return True

        # Update the screen for the case it changed.
        if self._mousepos:
            self._update (self._mousepos)
        return False

00203     def _update (self, position):
        """M._update (...) -> None

        Update the magnification area.
        """
        surface = None
        screen = pygame.display.get_surface ()

        rsize = int (self.size[0] * self.factor), \
                int (self.size[1] * self.factor)
        offset = position[0] - rsize[0] / 2, position[1] - rsize[1] / 2
        zoffset = position[0] - self.size[0] / 2, position[1] - self.size[1] / 2

        # Restore old surface area.
        if self._oldsurface:
            screen.blit (self._oldsurface, self._oldpos)

        # Preserve surface at the position.
        self._oldsurface = pygame.Surface ((rsize[0], rsize[1]))
        self._oldsurface.blit (screen, (0, 0), (offset[0], offset[1],
                                                rsize[0], rsize[1]))

        if self._zoomfunc:
            surface = self.zoom_func (screen, position, rsize, self.size,
                                      self.factor)
        else:
            # Create zoomable surface.
            surface = pygame.Surface ((self.size[0], self.size[1]))
            surface.blit (screen, (0, 0), (zoffset[0], zoffset[1],
                                           self.size[0], self.size[1]))

            # Zoom and blit.
            surface = pygame.transform.scale (surface, (rsize[0], rsize[1]))

        if self.border:
            pygame.draw.line (surface, (0, 0, 0), (0, 0), (0, rsize[1]))
            pygame.draw.line (surface, (0, 0, 0), (0, 0), (rsize[0], 0))
            pygame.draw.line (surface, (0, 0, 0), (rsize[0] - 1, rsize[1] - 1),
                              (0, rsize[1] - 1))
            pygame.draw.line (surface, (0, 0, 0), (rsize[0] - 1, rsize[1] - 1),
                              (rsize[0] - 1, 0))

        screen.blit (surface, offset)
        self._oldpos = offset

    size = property (lambda self: self._size,
                     lambda self, (x, y): self.set_size (x, y),
                     doc = "The size of the magnification area.")
    factor = property (lambda self: self._factor,
                       lambda self, var: self.set_factor (var),
                       doc = "The zoom factor of the magnification area.")
    border = property (lambda self: self._border,
                       lambda self, var: self.enable_border (var),
                       doc = "Indicates whether a border should be shown.")
    zoom_func = property (lambda self: self._zoomfunc,
                          lambda self, var: self.set_zoom_func (var),
                          doc = "The zoom function to use.")

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