Source code for rich.emoji

from typing import Union

from .console import Console, ConsoleOptions, RenderResult
from .jupyter import JupyterMixin
from .segment import Segment
from .style import Style
from ._emoji_codes import EMOJI
from ._emoji_replace import _emoji_replace

class NoEmoji(Exception):
    """No emoji by that name."""

[docs]class Emoji(JupyterMixin): __slots__ = ["name", "style", "_char"] def __init__(self, name: str, style: Union[str, Style] = "none") -> None: """A single emoji character. Args: name (str): Name of emoji. style (Union[str, Style], optional): Optional style. Defaults to None. Raises: NoEmoji: If the emoji doesn't exist. """ = name = style try: self._char = EMOJI[name] except KeyError: raise NoEmoji(f"No emoji called {name!r}")
[docs] @classmethod def replace(cls, text: str) -> str: """Replace emoji markup with corresponding unicode characters. Args: text (str): A string with emojis codes, e.g. "Hello :smiley:!" Returns: str: A string with emoji codes replaces with actual emoji. """ return _emoji_replace(text)
def __repr__(self) -> str: return f"<emoji {!r}>" def __str__(self) -> str: return self._char def __rich_console__( self, console: Console, options: ConsoleOptions ) -> RenderResult: yield Segment(self._char, console.get_style(
if __name__ == "__main__": # pragma: no cover import sys from rich.columns import Columns from rich.console import Console console = Console(record=True) columns = Columns( (f":{name}: {name}" for name in sorted(EMOJI.keys()) if "\u200D" not in name), column_first=True, ) console.print(columns) if len(sys.argv) > 1: console.save_html(sys.argv[1])