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# This software is provided without warranty under the terms of the BSD
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# Thanks for using Enthought open source!
# Author: David C. Morrill
# Date: 10/21/2004
#  Symbols defined: InstanceEditor
""" Defines "factory functions" for all of the standard EditorFactorys

#  Imports:

from toolkit \
    import toolkit

#  Define 'factory' functions for all of the GUI toolkit dependent traits:

def ColorTrait ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().color_trait( *args, **traits )

def RGBColorTrait ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().rgb_color_trait( *args, **traits )

def FontTrait ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().font_trait( *args, **traits )

#  Define 'factory' functions for all of the standard EditorFactory subclasses:

def ArrayEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to edit 2-D Numeric arrays.
    return toolkit().array_editor( *args, **traits )

def BooleanEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a true or false condition.
    return toolkit().boolean_editor( *args, **traits )

def ButtonEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to click a button; this editor is typically used with
        an event trait to fire the event.
    return toolkit().button_editor( *args, **traits )

def CheckListEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select zero, one, or more values from a finite set of

        Note that the "simple" style is limited to selecting a single value.
    return toolkit().check_list_editor( *args, **traits )

def CodeEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to edit a multi-line string.

        The "simple" and "custom" styles of this editor display multiple lines
        of the string, with line numbers.
    return toolkit().code_editor( *args, **traits )

def ColorEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a color.
    return toolkit().color_editor( *args, **traits )

def CompoundEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a value based on a compound trait.

    Because a compound trait is composed of multiple trait definitions, this
    editor factory displays trait editors for each of the constituent traits.
    For example, consider the following trait attribute, defined as a compound
    that accepts integer values in the range of 1 to 6, or text strings
    corresponding to those integers::

        compound = Trait(1, Range(1, 6), 'one', 'two', 'three', 'four',
                            'five', 'six')

    The editor displayed for this trait attribute combines editors for integer
    ranges and for enumerations.
    return toolkit().compound_editor( *args, **traits )

def CustomEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Creates a developer-specified custom editor.
    return toolkit().custom_editor( *args, **traits )

def DirectoryEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to specify a directory.
    return toolkit().directory_editor( *args, **traits )

def DropEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows dropping an object to set a value.
    return toolkit().drop_editor( *args, **traits )

def DNDEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows dragging and dropping an object.
    return toolkit().dnd_editor( *args, **traits )

def EnumEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a single value from an enumerated list of
    return toolkit().enum_editor( *args, **traits )

def FileEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a file.
    return toolkit().file_editor( *args, **traits )

def FontEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select a typeface and type size.
    return toolkit().font_editor( *args, **traits )

def KeyBindingEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().key_binding_editor( *args, **traits )

def HTMLEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Displays formatted HTML text.
    return toolkit().html_editor( *args, **traits )

def ImageEnumEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to select an image that represents a value in an
        enumerated list of values.
    return toolkit().image_enum_editor( *args, **traits )

def InstanceEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to modify a trait attribute whose value is an instance,
        by modifying the trait attribute values on the instance.
    return toolkit().instance_editor( *args, **traits )

def ListEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to modify a list of values.

        The user can add, delete, or reorder items, or change the content of
    return toolkit().list_editor( *args, **traits )

def NullEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Defines an empty (placeholder) editor.
    return toolkit().null_editor( *args, **traits )

def RangeEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to specify a value within a range.
    return toolkit().range_editor( *args, **traits )

def RGBColorEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().rgb_color_editor( *args, **traits )

def SetEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().set_editor( *args, **traits )

def ShellEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().shell_editor( *args, **traits )

def TableEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to modify a list of objects using a table editor.
    return toolkit().table_editor( *args, **traits )

def TextEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to modify a text string.

        The string value entered by the user is coerced to the appropriate type
        for the trait attribute being modified.
    return toolkit().text_editor( *args, **traits )

def TitleEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Displays a dynamic value using a title control.
    return toolkit().title_editor( *args, **traits )

def TreeEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    """ Allows the user to modify a tree data structure.
    return toolkit().tree_editor( *args, **traits )

def TupleEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().tuple_editor( *args, **traits )

def ValueEditor ( *args, **traits ):
    return toolkit().value_editor( *args, **traits )

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