Source code for pandas_visual_analysis.widgets.registry

from typing import Set, List

from pandas_visual_analysis.utils.util import Singleton

[docs]class WidgetClassRegistry(object, metaclass=Singleton): """ The :class:`WidgetClassRegistry` contains all names and the corresponding classes of the widgets that have been registered. """ def __init__(self): """ The registry keeps track of all widgets. """ self.registry = {} @property def widget_set(self) -> Set[str]: """ :return: The set of names of all widgets registered in this object. """ return set(self.registry.keys()) @property def widget_list(self) -> List[str]: """ :return: Returns the list of names of all widgets registered in this object. """ return list(self.registry.keys())
[docs] def has_widget(self, name: str) -> bool: """ Checks if a widget has been registered by name. :param name: Class name of the widget. :return: True iff the widget name is contained in the registry, False otherwise. """ return name in self.registry
[docs] def get_widget_class(self, name: str): """ Gets the class of a widget that has been registered. :param name: Class name of the widget without the 'Widget'-suffix. :raises KeyError: if the name was not registered. :return: Returns the class of the widget. """ return self.registry[name]
[docs] def add(self, cls): """ Adds a widget to the registry. The class has to end with 'Widget' in order to be registered, which is then removed from the name. This means 'TestWidget' will be registered as 'Test'. :param cls: Widget class to add. :raises ValueError: if class name does not end with 'Widget' """ if not cls.__name__.endswith("Widget"): raise ValueError( "Incorrect class name. Class has to end with 'Widget' in order to be registered." ) name = cls.__name__[:-6] self.registry[name] = cls
[docs]def register_widget(cls): """ Class decorator to add a widget class to the widget registry. :param cls: The class to add. The class name has to end in 'Widget'. :return: The widget class. """ WidgetClassRegistry().add(cls) return cls