Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

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Comment:Add uikit.get_bg_color() for TreeView search, but keep #ffffff for Gtk2
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2020-12-12
15:10
Updated to 0.7.3 check-in: a8ede6f518 user: mario tags: trunk
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Add uikit.get_bg_color() for TreeView search, but keep #ffffff for Gtk2 check-in: 2956305120 user: mario tags: trunk
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try dual-dependencies on python2 & 3 check-in: 96049dfe04 user: mario tags: trunk
Changes

Modified channels/search.py from [f9517dd67a] to [d6cdcba529].

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        # compare against interesting content fields:
        text = rows[i].get("title", "") + " " + rows[i].get("homepage", "")
        # config.quicksearch_fields
        text = text.lower()

        # simple string match (probably doesn't need full search expression support)
        if len(q) and text.find(q) >= 0:
           model.set_value(iter, color, "#fe9")  # highlighting color
           model.set_value(iter, flag, True) # background-set flag
            model.set_value(iter, color, "#fe9")  # highlighting color
            model.set_value(iter, flag, True) # background-set flag
        # color = 12 in liststore, flag = 13th position
        else:
            normal_bg = uikit.get_bg_color(self.main.channel().gtk_list)
            #normal_bg = "#ffffff"
           model.set_value(iter, color, "")   # for some reason the cellrenderer colors get applied to all rows, even if we specify an iter (=treelist position?, not?)
           model.set_value(iter, flag, False)   # that's why we need the secondary -set option
            model.set_value(iter, color, normal_bg)   # for some reason the cellrenderer colors get applied to all rows, even if we specify an iter (=treelist position?, not?)
            model.set_value(iter, flag, False)   # that's why we need the secondary -set option

        #??
        return False


    # #ifdef PKG_ZIP
    finder = """

Modified uikit.py from [42b5afa6c8] to [23eda88d68].

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                unicode: "",
                bool: False,
                int: 0,
                gtk.gdk.Pixbuf: empty_pixbuf
            }
            if gtk.gdk.Pixbuf in vartypes:
                pix_entry = vartypes.index(gtk.gdk.Pixbuf) 
            

            normal_bg = uikit.get_bg_color(widget)
            # sort data into gtk liststore array
            for row in entries:

                # preset some values if absent
                row.setdefault("deleted", False)
                row.setdefault("search_col", "#ffffff")
                row.setdefault("search_col", normal_bg) #ffffff
                row.setdefault("search_set", False)

                # generate ordered list from dictionary, using rowmap association
                row = [   row.get( skey , defaults[vartypes[i]] )   for i,skey   in enumerate(rowmap)   ]

                # map Python2 unicode to str
                row = [ str(value) if type(value) is unicode else value  for value in row ]
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            # apply array to widget
            widget.set_model(ls)
            return ls, rowmap, pix_entry
            
        pass


    # figure out standard background
    @staticmethod
    def get_bg_color(widget):
        try:
            # Gtk3 only
            normal_bg = widget.get_style_context().get_background_color(gtk.StateType.NORMAL)
            normal_bg = normal_bg.to_string()
        except:
            normal_bg = "#ffffff"  # Gtk2 default
        return normal_bg


    #-- treeview for categories
    #
    # simple two-level treeview display in one column
    # with entries = [main,[sub,sub], title,[...],...]
    #