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glimmer-dsl-swt | Glimmer DSL for SWT

 by   AndyObtiva Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

 by   AndyObtiva Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

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glimmer-dsl-swt is a Ruby library typically used in Programming Style, Framework applications. glimmer-dsl-swt has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub, GitLab.
Glimmer DSL for SWT (JRuby Desktop Development GUI Framework)
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  • glimmer-dsl-swt has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 45 star(s) with 5 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 9 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 3 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of glimmer-dsl-swt is current.
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  • glimmer-dsl-swt has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • glimmer-dsl-swt has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • glimmer-dsl-swt code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • glimmer-dsl-swt is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • glimmer-dsl-swt releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed glimmer-dsl-swt and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into glimmer-dsl-swt implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Display the task .
  • Extracts the options from the options hash .
  • Extracts the options from the environment
  • Launch the application .
  • Extracts an options from the application path .
  • Launch the application .

glimmer-dsl-swt Key Features

These features have been suggested. You might see them in a future version of Glimmer. You are welcome to contribute more feature suggestions.

Hello, World! Sample

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include Glimmer

shell {
  text "Glimmer"
  label {
    text "Hello, World!"
  }
}.open

Hello, Table! Sample

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# ... model code precedes
shell {
  grid_layout
  
  text 'Hello, Table!'
  background_image File.expand_path('hello_table/baseball_park.png', __dir__)
  
  label {
    layout_data :center, :center, true, false
    
    text 'BASEBALL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE'
    background :transparent
    foreground rgb(94, 107, 103)
    font name: 'Optima', height: 38, style: :bold
  }
  
  combo(:read_only) {
    layout_data :center, :center, true, false
    selection bind(BaseballGame, :playoff_type)
    font height: 14
  }
  
  table(:editable) { |table_proxy|
    layout_data :fill, :fill, true, true
  
    table_column {
      text 'Game Date'
      width 150
      sort_property :date # ensure sorting by real date value (not `game_date` string specified in items below)
      editor :date_drop_down, property: :date_time
    }
    table_column {
      text 'Game Time'
      width 150
      sort_property :time # ensure sorting by real time value (not `game_time` string specified in items below)
      editor :time, property: :date_time
    }
    table_column {
      text 'Ballpark'
      width 180
      editor :none
    }
    table_column {
      text 'Home Team'
      width 150
      editor :combo, :read_only # read_only is simply an SWT style passed to combo widget
    }
    table_column {
      text 'Away Team'
      width 150
      editor :combo, :read_only # read_only is simply an SWT style passed to combo widget
    }
    table_column {
      text 'Promotion'
      width 150
      # default text editor is used here
    }
    
    # Data-bind table items (rows) to a model collection property, specifying column properties ordering per nested model
    items bind(BaseballGame, :schedule), column_properties(:game_date, :game_time, :ballpark, :home_team, :away_team, :promotion)
    
    # Data-bind table selection
    selection bind(BaseballGame, :selected_game)
    
    # Default initial sort property
    sort_property :date
    
    # Sort by these additional properties after handling sort by the column the user clicked
    additional_sort_properties :date, :time, :home_team, :away_team, :ballpark, :promotion
    
    menu {
      menu_item {
        text 'Book'
        
        on_widget_selected {
          book_selected_game
        }
      }
    }
  }
  
  button {
    text 'Book Selected Game'
    layout_data :center, :center, true, false
    font height: 14
    enabled bind(BaseballGame, :selected_game)
    
    on_widget_selected {
      book_selected_game
    }
  }
}.open
# ...

Tetris

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# ... more code resides in other files (navigate sample files to learn more)
shell(:no_resize) {
  grid_layout {
    num_columns 2
    make_columns_equal_width false
    margin_width 0
    margin_height 0
    horizontal_spacing 0
  }
  
  text 'Glimmer Tetris'
  minimum_size 475, 500
  image tetris_icon

  tetris_menu_bar(game: game)

  playfield(game_playfield: game.playfield, playfield_width: playfield_width, playfield_height: playfield_height, block_size: BLOCK_SIZE)

  score_lane(game: game, block_size: BLOCK_SIZE) {
    layout_data(:fill, :fill, true, true)
  }
}
# ...

Pre-requisites

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rvm install jruby-9.2.17.0

Option 1: Direct Install

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jgem install glimmer-dsl-swt

Option 2: Bundler

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gem 'glimmer-dsl-swt', '~> 4.19.0.1'

Glimmer Command

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glimmer

Girb (Glimmer irb) Command

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girb

Glimmer GUI DSL Syntax

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table

Samples

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glimmer samples

Packaging & Distribution

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glimmer package

Community Discussions

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QUESTION

Use for loop or multiple prints?

Asked 2022-Mar-01 at 21:31

What programming style should I use?

...
print(1)
print(2)

or

...
for i in range(1, 3):
    print(i)

The output is the same 1 and on the next line 2, but which version should I use as a Python programmer?

I mean the first version is redundant or not?

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-01 at 21:31

It depends.

There is an old rule "three or more, use for". (source)

On the other hand, sometimes unrolling a loop can offer a speed-up. (But that's generally more true in C or assembly.)

You should do what makes your program more clear.

For example, in the code below, I wrote out the calculations for the ABD matrix of a fiber reinforced composite laminate, because making nested loops would make it more complex in this case;

    for la, z2, z3 in zip(layers, lz2, lz3):
        # first row
        ABD[0][0] += la.Q̅11 * la.thickness  # Hyer:1998, p. 290
        ABD[0][1] += la.Q̅12 * la.thickness
        ABD[0][2] += la.Q̅16 * la.thickness
        ABD[0][3] += la.Q̅11 * z2
        ABD[0][4] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[0][5] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        # second row
        ABD[1][0] += la.Q̅12 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][1] += la.Q̅22 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][2] += la.Q̅26 * la.thickness
        ABD[1][3] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[1][4] += la.Q̅22 * z2
        ABD[1][5] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        # third row
        ABD[2][0] += la.Q̅16 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][1] += la.Q̅26 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][2] += la.Q̅66 * la.thickness
        ABD[2][3] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[2][4] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[2][5] += la.Q̅66 * z2
        # fourth row
        ABD[3][0] += la.Q̅11 * z2
        ABD[3][1] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[3][2] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[3][3] += la.Q̅11 * z3
        ABD[3][4] += la.Q̅12 * z3
        ABD[3][5] += la.Q̅16 * z3
        # fifth row
        ABD[4][0] += la.Q̅12 * z2
        ABD[4][1] += la.Q̅22 * z2
        ABD[4][2] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[4][3] += la.Q̅12 * z3
        ABD[4][4] += la.Q̅22 * z3
        ABD[4][5] += la.Q̅26 * z3
        # sixth row
        ABD[5][0] += la.Q̅16 * z2
        ABD[5][1] += la.Q̅26 * z2
        ABD[5][2] += la.Q̅66 * z2
        ABD[5][3] += la.Q̅16 * z3
        ABD[5][4] += la.Q̅26 * z3
        ABD[5][5] += la.Q̅66 * z3
        # Calculate unit thermal stress resultants.
        # Hyer:1998, p. 445
        Ntx += (la.Q̅11 * la.αx + la.Q̅12 * la.αy + la.Q̅16 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        Nty += (la.Q̅12 * la.αx + la.Q̅22 * la.αy + la.Q̅26 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        Ntxy += (la.Q̅16 * la.αx + la.Q̅26 * la.αy + la.Q̅66 * la.αxy) * la.thickness
        # Calculate H matrix (derived from Barbero:2018, p. 181)
        sb = 5 / 4 * (la.thickness - 4 * z3 / thickness ** 2)
        H[0][0] += la.Q̅s44 * sb
        H[0][1] += la.Q̅s45 * sb
        H[1][0] += la.Q̅s45 * sb
        H[1][1] += la.Q̅s55 * sb
        # Calculate E3
        c3 += la.thickness / la.E3

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71314703

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Vulnerabilities

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Install glimmer-dsl-swt

Please follow these instructions to make the glimmer command available on your system via the glimmer-dsl-swt gem. If you intend to learn the basics of Glimmer but are not ready to build a Glimmer app yet, pick Option 1 (Direct Install). If you intend to build a Glimmer app from scratch with scaffolding, pick Option 1 (Direct Install) as well. Otherwise, Option 2 (Bundler) can be followed in rare cases where you want to build an app without scaffolding. Note: if you encounter any issues, please report and then install a previous version instead from the list of Glimmer Releases (keep looking back till you find one that works). Do not be disheartened as nearly everything is only a few days of work away. That said, keep in mind that this project is free and open source, meaning provided as is, so do not expect anything, but if you help with reporting and contributing, you could speed things up or even become part of the project.

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