Source code for napari._qt.qt_event_loop

from __future__ import annotations

import os
import sys
from contextlib import contextmanager
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Optional
from warnings import warn

from qtpy import PYQT5, PYSIDE2
from qtpy.QtCore import QDir, Qt
from qtpy.QtGui import QIcon
from qtpy.QtWidgets import QApplication

from napari import Viewer, __version__
from napari._qt.dialogs.qt_notification import NapariQtNotification
from napari._qt.qt_event_filters import QtToolTipEventFilter
from napari._qt.qthreading import (
from napari._qt.utils import _maybe_allow_interrupt
from napari.resources._icons import _theme_path
from napari.settings import get_settings
from napari.utils import config, perf
from napari.utils.notifications import (
from napari.utils.perf import perf_config
from napari.utils.theme import _themes
from napari.utils.translations import trans

    from IPython import InteractiveShell

NAPARI_ICON_PATH = os.path.join(
    os.path.dirname(__file__), '..', 'resources', 'logo.png'
NAPARI_APP_ID = f'napari.napari.viewer.{__version__}'

def set_app_id(app_id):
    if == 'nt' and app_id and not getattr(sys, 'frozen', False):
        import ctypes


_defaults = {
    'app_name': 'napari',
    'app_version': __version__,
    'icon': NAPARI_ICON_PATH,
    'org_name': 'napari',
    'org_domain': '',
    'app_id': NAPARI_APP_ID,

# store reference to QApplication to prevent garbage collection
_app_ref = None
_IPYTHON_WAS_HERE_FIRST = 'IPython' in sys.modules

[docs] def get_app( *, app_name: Optional[str] = None, app_version: Optional[str] = None, icon: Optional[str] = None, org_name: Optional[str] = None, org_domain: Optional[str] = None, app_id: Optional[str] = None, ipy_interactive: Optional[bool] = None, ) -> QApplication: """Get or create the Qt QApplication. There is only one global QApplication instance, which can be retrieved by calling get_app again, (or by using QApplication.instance()) Parameters ---------- app_name : str, optional Set app name (if creating for the first time), by default 'napari' app_version : str, optional Set app version (if creating for the first time), by default __version__ icon : str, optional Set app icon (if creating for the first time), by default NAPARI_ICON_PATH org_name : str, optional Set organization name (if creating for the first time), by default 'napari' org_domain : str, optional Set organization domain (if creating for the first time), by default '' app_id : str, optional Set organization domain (if creating for the first time). Will be passed to set_app_id (which may also be called independently), by default NAPARI_APP_ID ipy_interactive : bool, optional Use the IPython Qt event loop ('%gui qt' magic) if running in an interactive IPython terminal. Returns ------- QApplication [description] Notes ----- Substitutes QApplicationWithTracing when the NAPARI_PERFMON env variable is set. """ # napari defaults are all-or nothing. If any of the keywords are used # then they are all used. set_values = {k for k, v in locals().items() if v} kwargs = locals() if set_values else _defaults global _app_ref app = QApplication.instance() if app: set_values.discard('ipy_interactive') if set_values: warn( trans._( "QApplication already existed, these arguments to to 'get_app' were ignored: {args}", deferred=True, args=set_values, ), stacklevel=2, ) if perf_config and perf_config.trace_qt_events: warn( trans._( 'Using NAPARI_PERFMON with an already-running QtApp (--gui qt?) is not supported.', deferred=True, ), stacklevel=2, ) else: # automatically determine monitor DPI. # Note: this MUST be set before the QApplication is instantiated. Also, this # attributes need to be applied only to Qt5 bindings (PyQt5 and PySide2) # since the High DPI scaling attributes are deactivated by default while on Qt6 # they are deprecated and activated by default. For more info see: # if PYQT5 or PYSIDE2: QApplication.setAttribute( Qt.ApplicationAttribute.AA_EnableHighDpiScaling ) QApplication.setAttribute( Qt.ApplicationAttribute.AA_UseHighDpiPixmaps ) argv = sys.argv.copy() if sys.platform == 'darwin' and not argv[0].endswith('napari'): # Make sure the app name in the Application menu is `napari` # which is taken from the basename of sys.argv[0]; we use # a copy so the original value is still available at sys.argv argv[0] = 'napari' if perf_config and perf_config.trace_qt_events: from napari._qt.perf.qt_event_tracing import ( QApplicationWithTracing, ) app = QApplicationWithTracing(argv) else: app = QApplication(argv) # if this is the first time the Qt app is being instantiated, we set # the name and metadata app.setApplicationName(kwargs.get('app_name')) app.setApplicationVersion(kwargs.get('app_version')) app.setOrganizationName(kwargs.get('org_name')) app.setOrganizationDomain(kwargs.get('org_domain')) set_app_id(kwargs.get('app_id')) # Intercept tooltip events in order to convert all text to rich text # to allow for text wrapping of tooltips app.installEventFilter(QtToolTipEventFilter()) if app.windowIcon().isNull(): app.setWindowIcon(QIcon(kwargs.get('icon'))) if ipy_interactive is None: ipy_interactive = get_settings().application.ipy_interactive if _IPYTHON_WAS_HERE_FIRST: _try_enable_ipython_gui('qt' if ipy_interactive else None) if not _ipython_has_eventloop(): notification_manager.notification_ready.connect( NapariQtNotification.show_notification ) notification_manager.notification_ready.connect( show_console_notification ) if perf_config and not perf_config.patched: # Will patch based on config file. perf_config.patch_callables() if not _app_ref: # running get_app for the first time # see docstring of `wait_for_workers_to_quit` for caveats on killing # workers at shutdown. app.aboutToQuit.connect(wait_for_workers_to_quit) # Setup search paths for currently installed themes. for name in _themes: QDir.addSearchPath(f'theme_{name}', str(_theme_path(name))) # When a new theme is added, at it to the search path. def _(event): name = event.key QDir.addSearchPath(f'theme_{name}', str(_theme_path(name))) register_threadworker_processors() _app_ref = app # prevent garbage collection # Add the dispatcher attribute to the application to be able to dispatch # notifications coming from threads return app
def quit_app(): """Close all windows and quit the QApplication if napari started it.""" for v in list(Viewer._instances): v.close() QApplication.closeAllWindows() # if we started the application then the app will be named 'napari'. if ( QApplication.applicationName() == 'napari' and not _ipython_has_eventloop() ): QApplication.quit() # otherwise, something else created the QApp before us (such as # %gui qt IPython magic). If we quit the app in this case, then # *later* attempts to instantiate a napari viewer won't work until # the event loop is restarted with app.exec_(). So rather than # quit just close all the windows (and clear our app icon). else: QApplication.setWindowIcon(QIcon()) if perf.USE_PERFMON: # Write trace file before exit, if we were writing one. # Is there a better place to make sure this is done on exit? perf.timers.stop_trace_file() if config.monitor: # Stop the monitor service if we were using it from napari.components.experimental.monitor import monitor monitor.stop()
[docs] @contextmanager def gui_qt(*, startup_logo=False, gui_exceptions=False, force=False): """Start a Qt event loop in which to run the application. NOTE: This context manager is deprecated!. Prefer using :func:``. Parameters ---------- startup_logo : bool, optional Show a splash screen with the napari logo during startup. gui_exceptions : bool, optional Whether to show uncaught exceptions in the GUI, by default they will be shown in the console that launched the event loop. force : bool, optional Force the application event_loop to start, even if there are no top level widgets to show. Notes ----- This context manager is not needed if running napari within an interactive IPython session. In this case, use the ``%gui qt`` magic command, or start IPython with the Qt GUI event loop enabled by default by using ``ipython --gui=qt``. """ warn( trans._( "\nThe 'gui_qt()' context manager is deprecated.\nIf you are running napari from a script, please use '' as follows:\n\n import napari\n\n viewer = napari.Viewer() # no prior setup needed\n # other code using the viewer...\n\n\nIn IPython or Jupyter, '' is not necessary. napari will automatically\nstart an interactive event loop for you: \n\n import napari\n viewer = napari.Viewer() # that's it!\n", deferred=True, ), FutureWarning, stacklevel=2, ) app = get_app() splash = None if startup_logo and app.applicationName() == 'napari': from napari._qt.widgets.qt_splash_screen import NapariSplashScreen splash = NapariSplashScreen() splash.close() try: yield app except Exception: # noqa: BLE001 notification_manager.receive_error(*sys.exc_info()) run(force=force, gui_exceptions=gui_exceptions, _func_name='gui_qt')
def _ipython_has_eventloop() -> bool: """Return True if IPython %gui qt is active. Using this is better than checking ``QApp.thread().loopLevel() > 0``, because IPython starts and stops the event loop continuously to accept code at the prompt. So it will likely "appear" like there is no event loop running, but we still don't need to start one. """ ipy_module = sys.modules.get('IPython') if not ipy_module: return False shell: InteractiveShell = ipy_module.get_ipython() # type: ignore if not shell: return False return shell.active_eventloop == 'qt' def _pycharm_has_eventloop(app: QApplication) -> bool: """Return true if running in PyCharm and eventloop is active. Explicit checking is necessary because PyCharm runs a custom interactive shell which overrides `InteractiveShell.enable_gui()`, breaking some superclass behaviour. """ in_pycharm = 'PYCHARM_HOSTED' in os.environ in_event_loop = getattr(app, '_in_event_loop', False) return in_pycharm and in_event_loop def _try_enable_ipython_gui(gui='qt'): """Start %gui qt the eventloop.""" ipy_module = sys.modules.get('IPython') if not ipy_module: return shell: InteractiveShell = ipy_module.get_ipython() # type: ignore if not shell: return if shell.active_eventloop != gui: shell.enable_gui(gui)
[docs] def run( *, force=False, gui_exceptions=False, max_loop_level=1, _func_name='run' ): """Start the Qt Event Loop Parameters ---------- force : bool, optional Force the application event_loop to start, even if there are no top level widgets to show. gui_exceptions : bool, optional Whether to show uncaught exceptions in the GUI. By default they will be shown in the console that launched the event loop. max_loop_level : int, optional The maximum allowable "loop level" for the execution thread. Every time `QApplication.exec_()` is called, Qt enters the event loop, increments app.thread().loopLevel(), and waits until exit() is called. This function will prevent calling `exec_()` if the application already has at least ``max_loop_level`` event loops running. By default, 1. _func_name : str, optional name of calling function, by default 'run'. This is only here to provide functions like `gui_qt` a way to inject their name into the warning message. Raises ------ RuntimeError (To avoid confusion) if no widgets would be shown upon starting the event loop. """ if _ipython_has_eventloop(): # If %gui qt is active, we don't need to block again. return app = QApplication.instance() if _pycharm_has_eventloop(app): # explicit check for PyCharm pydev console return if not app: raise RuntimeError( trans._( 'No Qt app has been created. One can be created by calling `get_app()` or `qtpy.QtWidgets.QApplication([])`', deferred=True, ) ) if not app.topLevelWidgets() and not force: warn( trans._( 'Refusing to run a QApplication with no topLevelWidgets. To run the app anyway, use `{_func_name}(force=True)`', deferred=True, _func_name=_func_name, ), stacklevel=2, ) return if app.thread().loopLevel() >= max_loop_level: loops = app.thread().loopLevel() warn( trans._n( 'A QApplication is already running with 1 event loop. To enter *another* event loop, use `{_func_name}(max_loop_level={max_loop_level})`', 'A QApplication is already running with {n} event loops. To enter *another* event loop, use `{_func_name}(max_loop_level={max_loop_level})`', n=loops, deferred=True, _func_name=_func_name, max_loop_level=loops + 1, ), stacklevel=2, ) return with notification_manager, _maybe_allow_interrupt(app): app.exec_()