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_ _ _ (_) | | _| |_ _ ____| |__ _ _ (_ _) |/ ___) _ \| | | | A Python Applets Manager | |_| ( (___| | | | |_| | \__)_|\____)_| |_|\__ | For Openmoko (____/
Tichy currently diverged back from Paroli. Tichy is a work in progress, for more information and to understand the goals of tichy, please read the README file included in the source repository.
Tichy is a python applets manager for embedded devices.
The goal of the project is to make it easy to write many kind of applications for openmoko using the python language.
Tichy provides the following things :
- Graphics User Interface widgets
- Services registering and Requesting (for example an application that wants to send a message will request for an application implementing the message sending service)
- Tasklets system (This allow to write callback waiting process as if they were threads)
- Abstraction of Item / View
- A plug in system that make it easy to add new functionalities / applets to tichy
How to write an applets / plug-ins for tichy ?
It is very easy to do. If you want to write a new applet, you just need to create a new directory in tichy/test/plugins/apps/. You can have a look at the other plug-ins to get an idea of how to do it. A basic app look like this :
import tichy import tichy.gui as gui import tichy.item as item from tichy.application import Application class MyApp(Application): name = "My Application" icon = 'icon.png' # to be found in the app directory def run(self, parent): w = gui.Window(parent, modal = True) # We run into a new modal window # Create a new frame with a "back" button on top frame = gui.ApplicationFrame(w, self, back_button=True) # This box is used to store the widgets box = gui.Box(frame, axis=1) # Create a text item text = item.Text('click to edit', editable = True) # Put a view of the item on the screen text.view(box) # Add a button button = gui.Button(box) gui.Label(button, "click me") def on_click(b): # "yield" means "block until the tasklet returns" yield gui.Message(w, you just clicked the button) button.connect('clicked', on_click) yield Wait(frame, 'back') # Wait until the back button is clicked w.close() # Don't forget to close the window
- Guillaume "Charlie" Chereau, main developer
- Michael "Goodwill"
Now Tichy hosted on code.google.com so use svn to fetch:
svn checkout http://tichy.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ tichy-read-only
You need python 2.5 and some libraries installed :
From the google code page, debian and ipkg packages are available.