sys._getframe.f_code.co_name.startswith

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2 Examples 7

Example 1

Project: Camelot
Source File: __init__.py
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    def grab_widget(self, widget, suffix=None, subdir=None):
        """Save a widget as a png file :
    :param widget: the widget to take a screenshot of
    :param suffix: string to add to the default filename of the image
    :param subdir: subdirectory of images_path in which to put the image file, defaults to
    the name of the test class
    - the name of the png file is the name of the test case, without 'test_'
    - it is stored in the directory with the same name as the class, without 'test'
        """
        import sys
        import os
        from PyQt4 import QtGui
        from PyQt4.QtGui import QPixmap
        if not subdir:
            images_path = os.path.join(self.images_path, self.__class__.__name__.lower()[:-len('Test')])
        else:
            images_path = os.path.join(self.images_path, subdir)
        if not os.path.exists(images_path):
            os.makedirs(images_path)
        
        # try to move up in the stack until we find a test method
        for i in range(1, 10):
            if sys._getframe(i).f_code.co_name.startswith('test'):
                break
            
        test_case_name = sys._getframe(i).f_code.co_name[5:]
        image_name = '%s.png'%test_case_name
        if suffix:
            image_name = '%s_%s.png'%(test_case_name, suffix)
        widget.adjustSize()
        widget.repaint()
        self.process()
        QtGui.QApplication.flush()
        inner_pixmap = QPixmap.grabWidget(widget)        
        #
        # we'll create a label that contains a screenshot of our widget and
        # take a screenshot of that label, for the sole purpose of adding a border
        #
        parent_widget = QtGui.QLabel()
        parent_widget.setPixmap(inner_pixmap)
        parent_widget.setFrameStyle(QtGui.QFrame.Panel | QtGui.QFrame.Plain)
        parent_widget.setObjectName('grab_widget_parent')
        parent_widget.setLineWidth(2)
        parent_widget.setStyleSheet("""
        #grab_widget_parent {
        border: 2px solid gray;
        }""")
        parent_widget.adjustSize()
        outer_pixmap = QPixmap.grabWidget(parent_widget)
        outer_pixmap.save(os.path.join(images_path, image_name), 'PNG')

Example 2

Project: Camelot
Source File: __init__.py
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    def grab_widget(self, widget, suffix=None, subdir=None):
        """Save a widget as a png file :
    :param widget: the widget to take a screenshot of
    :param suffix: string to add to the default filename of the image
    :param subdir: subdirectory of images_path in which to put the image file, defaults to
    the name of the test class
    - the name of the png file is the name of the test case, without 'test_'
    - it is stored in the directory with the same name as the class, without 'test'
        """
        import sys
        import os
        from PyQt4 import QtGui
        from PyQt4.QtGui import QPixmap
        if not subdir:
            images_path = os.path.join(self.images_path, self.__class__.__name__.lower()[:-len('Test')])
        else:
            images_path = os.path.join(self.images_path, subdir)
        if not os.path.exists(images_path):
            os.makedirs(images_path)
        
        # try to move up in the stack until we find a test method
        for i in range(1, 10):
            if sys._getframe(i).f_code.co_name.startswith('test'):
                break
            
        test_case_name = sys._getframe(i).f_code.co_name[5:]
        image_name = '%s.png'%test_case_name
        if suffix:
            image_name = '%s_%s.png'%(test_case_name, suffix)
        widget.adjustSize()
        widget.repaint()
        self.process()
        QtGui.QApplication.flush()
        inner_pixmap = QPixmap.grabWidget(widget)        
        #
        # we'll create a label that contains a screenshot of our widget and
        # take a screenshot of that label, for the sole purpose of adding a border
        #
        parent_widget = QtGui.QLabel()
        parent_widget.setPixmap(inner_pixmap)
        parent_widget.setFrameStyle(QtGui.QFrame.Panel | QtGui.QFrame.Plain)
        parent_widget.setObjectName('grab_widget_parent')
        parent_widget.setLineWidth(2)
        parent_widget.setStyleSheet("""
        #grab_widget_parent {
        border: 2px solid gray;
        }""")
        parent_widget.adjustSize()
        outer_pixmap = QPixmap.grabWidget(parent_widget)
        outer_pixmap.save(os.path.join(images_path, image_name), 'PNG')