Add a welcome screen

If gertty starts with no subscribed projects, display some help
text to help the user get started.

Change-Id: I1ac89321ea0e3129e00e505abfb1821d0cb28b45
James E. Blair 2014-05-02 20:37:23 -07:00
parent 0415539a9f
commit 6505505369
2 changed files with 28 additions and 0 deletions

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@ -72,6 +72,19 @@ palette=[('reversed', 'default,standout', ''),
('reversed-reviewed-change', 'dark gray,standout', ''),
Welcome to Gertty!
To get started, you should subscribe to some projects. Press the "l"
key to list all the projects, navigate to the ones you are interested
in, and then press "s" to subscribe to them. Gertty will
automatically sync changes in your subscribed projects.
Press the F1 key anywhere to get help. Your terminal emulator may
require you to press function-F1 or alt-F1 instead.
class StatusHeader(urwid.WidgetWrap):
def __init__(self, app):
super(StatusHeader, self).__init__(urwid.Columns([]))
@ -121,6 +134,8 @@ class App(object):
self.loop = urwid.MainLoop(screen, palette=palette,
if screen.isEmpty():
self.sync_pipe = self.loop.watch_pipe(self.refresh)
self.loop.screen.tty_signal_keys(start='undefined', stop='undefined')
@ -183,6 +198,14 @@ class App(object):
lambda button: self.backScreen())
self.popup(dialog, min_width=76, min_height=len(lines)+4)
def welcome(self):
dialog = mywid.MessageDialog('Welcome', text)
lines = text.split('\n')
urwid.connect_signal(dialog, 'close',
lambda button: self.backScreen())
self.popup(dialog, min_width=76, min_height=len(lines)+4)
def unhandledInput(self, key):
if key == 'esc':

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@ -76,6 +76,11 @@ This Screen
self._w.contents.append((self.listbox, ('weight', 1)))
def isEmpty(self):
if self.project_rows:
return False
return True
def refresh(self):
if self.subscribed:
self.title = u'Subscribed Projects'