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# Code borrowed from ptpython
# https://github.com/jonathanslenders/ptpython/blob/86b71a89626114b18898a0af463978bdb32eeb70/ptpython/eventloop.py
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"""
Wrapper around the eventloop that gives some time to the Tkinter GUI to process
events when it's loaded and while we are waiting for input at the REPL. This
way we don't block the UI of for instance ``turtle`` and other Tk libraries.
(Normally Tkinter registers it's callbacks in ``PyOS_InputHook`` to integrate
in readline. ``prompt-toolkit`` doesn't understand that input hook, but this
will fix it for Tk.)
"""
import time
import _tkinter
import tkinter
def inputhook(inputhook_context):
"""
Inputhook for Tk.
Run the Tk eventloop until prompt-toolkit needs to process the next input.
"""
# Get the current TK application.
root = tkinter._default_root
def wait_using_filehandler():
"""
Run the TK eventloop until the file handler that we got from the
inputhook becomes readable.
"""
# Add a handler that sets the stop flag when `prompt-toolkit` has input
# to process.
stop = [False]
def done(*a):
stop[0] = True
root.createfilehandler(inputhook_context.fileno(), _tkinter.READABLE, done)
# Run the TK event loop as long as we don't receive input.
while root.dooneevent(_tkinter.ALL_EVENTS):
if stop[0]:
break
root.deletefilehandler(inputhook_context.fileno())
def wait_using_polling():
"""
Windows TK doesn't support 'createfilehandler'.
So, run the TK eventloop and poll until input is ready.
"""
while not inputhook_context.input_is_ready():
while root.dooneevent(_tkinter.ALL_EVENTS | _tkinter.DONT_WAIT):
pass
# Sleep to make the CPU idle, but not too long, so that the UI
# stays responsive.
time.sleep(.01)
if root is not None:
if hasattr(root, 'createfilehandler'):
wait_using_filehandler()
else:
wait_using_polling()