Source code for rich.padding

from typing import cast, List, Optional, Tuple, TYPE_CHECKING, Union

    from .console import (
from .jupyter import JupyterMixin
from .measure import Measurement
from .style import Style
from .segment import Segment

PaddingDimensions = Union[int, Tuple[int], Tuple[int, int], Tuple[int, int, int, int]]

[docs]class Padding(JupyterMixin): """Draw space around content. Example: >>> print(Padding("Hello", (2, 4), style="on blue")) Args: renderable (RenderableType): String or other renderable. pad (Union[int, Tuple[int]]): Padding for top, right, bottom, and left borders. May be specified with 1, 2, or 4 integers (CSS style). style (Union[str, Style], optional): Style for padding characters. Defaults to "none". expand (bool, optional): Expand padding to fit available width. Defaults to True. """ def __init__( self, renderable: "RenderableType", pad: "PaddingDimensions" = (0, 0, 0, 0), *, style: Union[str, Style] = "none", expand: bool = True, ): self.renderable = renderable, self.right, self.bottom, self.left = self.unpack(pad) = style self.expand = expand
[docs] @classmethod def indent(cls, renderable: "RenderableType", level: int) -> "Padding": """Make padding instance to render an indent. Args: renderable (RenderableType): String or other renderable. level (int): Number of characters to indent. Returns: Padding: A Padding instance. """ return Padding(renderable, pad=(0, 0, 0, level), expand=False)
[docs] @staticmethod def unpack(pad: "PaddingDimensions") -> Tuple[int, int, int, int]: """Unpack padding specified in CSS style.""" if isinstance(pad, int): return (pad, pad, pad, pad) if len(pad) == 1: _pad = pad[0] return (_pad, _pad, _pad, _pad) if len(pad) == 2: pad_top, pad_right = cast(Tuple[int, int], pad) return (pad_top, pad_right, pad_top, pad_right) if len(pad) == 4: top, right, bottom, left = cast(Tuple[int, int, int, int], pad) return (top, right, bottom, left) raise ValueError(f"1, 2 or 4 integers required for padding; {len(pad)} given")
def __repr__(self) -> str: return f"Padding({self.renderable!r}, ({},{self.right},{self.bottom},{self.left}))" def __rich_console__( self, console: "Console", options: "ConsoleOptions" ) -> "RenderResult": style = console.get_style( if self.expand: width = options.max_width else: width = min( Measurement.get(console, options, self.renderable).maximum + self.left + self.right, options.max_width, ) render_options = options.update_width(width - self.left - self.right) if render_options.height is not None: render_options = render_options.update_height( height=render_options.height - - self.bottom ) lines = console.render_lines( self.renderable, render_options, style=style, pad=True ) _Segment = Segment left = _Segment(" " * self.left, style) if self.left else None right = ( [_Segment(f'{" " * self.right}', style), _Segment.line()] if self.right else [_Segment.line()] ) blank_line: Optional[List[Segment]] = None if blank_line = [_Segment(f'{" " * width}\n', style)] yield from blank_line * if left: for line in lines: yield left yield from line yield from right else: for line in lines: yield from line yield from right if self.bottom: blank_line = blank_line or [_Segment(f'{" " * width}\n', style)] yield from blank_line * self.bottom def __rich_measure__( self, console: "Console", options: "ConsoleOptions" ) -> "Measurement": max_width = options.max_width extra_width = self.left + self.right if max_width - extra_width < 1: return Measurement(max_width, max_width) measure_min, measure_max = Measurement.get(console, options, self.renderable) measurement = Measurement(measure_min + extra_width, measure_max + extra_width) measurement = measurement.with_maximum(max_width) return measurement
if __name__ == "__main__": # pragma: no cover from rich import print print(Padding("Hello, World", (2, 4), style="on blue"))