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digitalmars.D.dwt - TooltipLabelListener

// Written in the D programming language.

/*******************************************************************************

        Copyright:      Copyright (c) 2008  (yidabu  g m a i l at com) All
rights reserved

        License:        BSD style: $(LICENSE)

        Version:        Initial release: May 2008

        Authors:        yidabu ( D Programming Language China :
http://www.d-programming-language-china.org/ )

        based on jface.snippets.Snippet031TableViewerCustomTooltipsMultiSelection;

*******************************************************************************/



module TooltipTable;

import dwt.DWT;
import dwt.graphics.Point;
import dwt.graphics.Rectangle;
import dwt.layout.FillLayout;
import dwt.widgets.Display;
import dwt.widgets.Event;
import dwt.widgets.Label;
import dwt.widgets.Listener;
import dwt.widgets.Shell;
import dwt.widgets.Table;
import dwt.widgets.TableColumn;
import dwt.widgets.TableItem;
import dwt.dwthelper.System;
import dwt.widgets.Listener;

import Array = tango.core.Array;

TooltipLabelListener tooltipLabelListener;
static this()
{
    tooltipLabelListener = new TooltipLabelListener();
}


/**
    Example:
    ---

        char[][] headers = ["headers1", "headers2"];
        Listener tooltipTableListener = dgListener(&handleTooltipTable, table,
headers);

        table.addListener (DWT.Dispose, tooltipTableListener);
        table.addListener (DWT.KeyDown, tooltipTableListener);
        table.addListener (DWT.MouseMove, tooltipTableListener);
        table.addListener (DWT.MouseHover, tooltipTableListener);
    ---

*/
void handleTooltipTable(Event event, Table table, char[][] headers = null)
{
    Shell tooltip = null;
    Label label = null;

    /*
     * (non-Javadoc)
     *  see dwt.widgets.Listener#handleEvent(dwt.widgets.Event)
     */
   switch (event.type) {
        case DWT.KeyDown:
        case DWT.Dispose:
        case DWT.MouseMove: {
            if (tooltip is null) break;
            tooltip.dispose ();
            tooltip = null;
            label = null;
            break;
        }
        case DWT.MouseHover: {
            Point coords = new Point(event.x, event.y);
            TableItem item = table.getItem(coords);
            if (item !is null) {
                int columnCount = table.getColumnCount();
                for (int columnIndex = 0; columnIndex < columnCount;
columnIndex++) {
                    if (item.getBounds(columnIndex).contains(coords))
                    {
                        auto columnText =
table.getColumn(columnIndex).getText();
                        if( headers.length && Array.find(headers, columnText)
== headers.length )
                            break;
                        /* Dispose of the old tooltip (if one exists */
                        if (tooltip !is null  && !tooltip.isDisposed ())
tooltip.dispose ();

                        /* Create a new Tooltip */
                        tooltip = new Shell (table.getShell(), DWT.ON_TOP |
DWT.NO_FOCUS | DWT.TOOL);
                        tooltip.setBackground
(table.getDisplay().getSystemColor (DWT.COLOR_INFO_BACKGROUND));
                        FillLayout layout = new FillLayout ();
                        layout.marginWidth = 2;
                        tooltip.setLayout (layout);
                        label = new Label (tooltip, DWT.NONE);
                        label.setForeground (table.getDisplay().getSystemColor
(DWT.COLOR_INFO_FOREGROUND));
                        label.setBackground (table.getDisplay().getSystemColor
(DWT.COLOR_INFO_BACKGROUND));

                        /* Store the TableItem with the label so we can pass
the mouse event later */
                        label.setData ("_TableItem_", item);

                        /* Set the tooltip text */
                        //label.setText("Tooltip: " ~
to!(char[])(item.getData()) ~ " : " ~ to!(char[])(columnIndex));
                        label.setText(item.getText(columnIndex));

                        /* Setup Listeners to remove the tooltip and transfer
the received mouse events */
                        label.addListener (DWT.MouseExit, tooltipLabelListener);
                        label.addListener (DWT.MouseDown, tooltipLabelListener);

                        /* Set the size and position of the tooltip */
                        Point size = tooltip.computeSize (DWT.DEFAULT,
DWT.DEFAULT);
                        Rectangle rect = item.getBounds (columnIndex);
                        Point pt = table.toDisplay (rect.x, rect.y);
                        tooltip.setBounds (pt.x, pt.y, size.x, size.y);

                        /* Show it */
                        tooltip.setVisible (true);
                        break;
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

/**
 * This listener is added to the tooltip so that it can either dispose itself
if the mouse
 * exits the tooltip or so it can pass the selection event through to the table.
 */
final private class TooltipLabelListener : Listener
{
    private bool isCTRLDown(Event e) {
        return (e.stateMask & DWT.CTRL) != 0;
    }
   /*
    * (non-Javadoc)
    *  see dwt.widgets.Listener#handleEvent(dwt.widgets.Event)
    */
   public void handleEvent (Event event) {
       Label label = cast(Label)event.widget;
       Shell shell = label.getShell ();
       switch (event.type) {
            case DWT.MouseDown: /* Handle a user Click */
                /* Extract our Data */
                Event e = new Event ();
                e.item = cast(TableItem) label.getData ("_TableItem_");
                Table table = (cast(TableItem) e.item).getParent();

                /* Construct the new Selection[] to show */
                TableItem [] newSelection = null;
                if (isCTRLDown(event)) {
                    /* We have 2 scenario's.
                     *  1) We are selecting an already selected element - so
remove it from the selected indices
                     *  2) We are selecting a non-selected element - so add it
to the selected indices
                     */
                    TableItem[] sel = table.getSelection();
                    for (int i = 0; i < sel.length; ++i) {
                        //if (e.item.equals(sel[i])) {
                        if (e.item is sel[i]) {
                            // We are de-selecting this element
                            newSelection = new TableItem[sel.length - 1];
                            System.arraycopy(sel, 0, newSelection, 0, i);
                            System.arraycopy(sel, i+1, newSelection, i,
sel.length - i - 1);
                            break;
                        }
                    }

                    /*
                     * If we haven't created the newSelection[] yet, than we
are adding the newly selected element
                     * into the list of selected indicies
                     */
                    if (newSelection is null) {
                        newSelection = new TableItem[sel.length + 1];
                        System.arraycopy(sel, 0, newSelection, 0, sel.length);
                        newSelection[sel.length] = cast(TableItem) e.item;
                    }

                } else {
                    /* CTRL is not down, so we simply select the single element
*/
                    newSelection = [ cast(TableItem) e.item ];
                }
                /* Set the new selection of the table and notify the listeners
*/
                table.setSelection (newSelection);
                table.notifyListeners (DWT.Selection, e);

                /* Remove the Tooltip */
                shell.dispose ();
                table.setFocus();
                break;
            case DWT.MouseExit:
                shell.dispose ();
                break;
        }
    }
}

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May 24 2008