Source code for qpageview.render

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Infrastructure for rendering and caching Page images.

import collections
import sys
import time

from PyQt5.QtCore import QRect, QRectF, Qt
from PyQt5.QtGui import QColor, QImage, QPainter, QRegion, QTransform

from . import backgroundjob
from . import cache
from . import util

Tile = collections.namedtuple('Tile', 'x y w h')
Key = collections.namedtuple("Key", "group ident rotation width height")

# the maximum number of concurrent jobs (at global level)
maxjobs = 4

# we use a global dict to keep running jobs in, so a thread is never
# deallocated when a renderer dies.
_jobs = {}

[docs]class AbstractRenderer: """Handle rendering and caching of images. A renderer can be assigned to the renderer attribute of a Page and takes care for generating, caching and updating the images needed for display of the Page at different sizes. You can use a renderer for as many Page instances as you like. You can use one global renderer in your application or more, depending on how you use the qpageview package. You must inherit from this class and at least implement the render() or the draw() method. Instance attributes: ``paperColor`` Paper color. If possible this background color is used when rendering the pages, also for temporary drawings when a page has to be rendered. If a Page specifies its own paperColor, that color prevails. ``imageFormat`` QImage format to use (if possible). Default is QImage.Format_ARGB32_Premultiplied ``antialiasing`` True by default. Whether to antialias graphics. (Most Renderers antialias anyway, even if this is False.) """ MAX_TILE_WIDTH = 2400 MAX_TILE_HEIGHT = 1600 # default paper color to use (if possible, and when drawing an empty page) paperColor = QColor(Qt.white) # QImage format to use (if possible) imageFormat = QImage.Format_ARGB32_Premultiplied # antialias True by default (not all renderers may support this) antialiasing = True def __init__(self, cache=None): if cache: self.cache = cache
[docs] def copy(self): """Return a copy of the renderer, with always a new cache.""" c = self.cache if c: c = type(c)() c.__dict__.update(self.cache.__dict__) r = type(self)(c) r.__dict__.update(self.__dict__) return r
[docs] @staticmethod def key(page, ratio): """Return a five-tuple Key describing the page. The ratio is a device pixel ratio; width and height are multiplied with this value, to render and cache an image correctly on high- density displays. This is used for rendering and caching. It is never stored as is. The cache can store the group object using a weak reference. The tuple contains the following values: ``group`` the object returned by ```` ``ident`` the value returned by ``page.ident()`` ``rotation`` ``page.computedRotation`` ``width`` ``page.width * ratio`` ``height`` ``page.height * ratio`` """ return Key(, page.ident(), page.computedRotation, int(page.width * ratio), int(page.height * ratio), )
[docs] def tiles(self, width, height): """Yield four-tuples Tile(x, y, w, h) describing the tiles to render.""" rowcount = height // self.MAX_TILE_HEIGHT colcount = width // self.MAX_TILE_WIDTH tilewidth, extrawidth = divmod(width, colcount + 1) tileheight, extraheight = divmod(height, rowcount + 1) rows = [tileheight] * rowcount + [tileheight + extraheight] cols = [tilewidth] * colcount + [tilewidth + extrawidth] y = 0 for h in rows: x = 0 for w in cols: yield Tile(x, y, w, h) x += w y += h
[docs] def map(self, key, box): """Return a QTransform converting from Key coordinates to a box. The box should be a QRectF or QRect, and describes the original area of the page. The returned matrix can be used to convert e.g. tile coordinates to the position on the original page. """ t = QTransform() t.translate(box.x(), box.y()) t.scale(box.width(), box.height()) t.translate(.5, .5) t.rotate(-key.rotation * 90) t.translate(-.5, -.5) t.scale(1 / key.width, 1 / key.height) return t
[docs] def image(self, page, rect, dpiX, dpiY, paperColor): """Returns a QImage of the specified rectangle on the Page. The rectangle is relative to the top-left position. The image is not cached. """ s = page.defaultSize() hscale = s.width() * dpiX / page.dpi / page.width vscale = s.height() * dpiY / page.dpi / page.height matrix = QTransform().scale(hscale, vscale) tile = Tile(*matrix.mapRect(rect).getRect()) key = Key(, page.ident(), page.computedRotation, *, page.height)) return self.render(page, key, tile, paperColor)
[docs] def render(self, page, key, tile, paperColor=None): """Generate a QImage for tile of the Page. The width, height and rotation to render at should be taken from the key, as the page could be resized or rotated in the mean time. The default implementation prepares the image, a painter and then calls draw() to actually draw the contents. If the paperColor is not specified, it will be read from the Page's paperColor attribute (if not None) or else from the renderer's paperColor attribute. """ if paperColor is None: paperColor = page.paperColor or self.paperColor i = QImage(tile.w, tile.h, self.imageFormat) i.fill(paperColor) painter = QPainter(i) # rotate the painter accordingly util.rotate(painter, key.rotation, tile.w, tile.h, True) # draw it on the image self.draw(page, painter, key, tile, paperColor) return i
[docs] def draw(self, page, painter, key, tile, paperColor=None): """Draw the page contents; implement at least this method. The painter is already at the top-left position and the correct rotation. You should convert the tile to the original area on the page, you can use the map() method for that. You can draw in tile/key coordinates. Don't use width, height and rotation from the Page object, as it could have been resized or rotated in the mean time. The paperColor can be speficied, but it is not needed to paint it: by default the render() method already fills the image, and when drawing on a printer, painting the background is normally not desired. """ pass
[docs] def info(self, page, device, rect): """Return a five-tuple(images, missing, key, target, ratio). images is a list of tuples (tile, image) that are available in the cache; missing is a list of Tile instances that are not available in the cache; key is the Key returned by key(), describing width, height, rotation and identity of the page; target is the rect multiplied by the ratio; which is the devicepixelratio of the specified paint device. """ try: ratio = device.devicePixelRatioF() except AttributeError: ratio = device.devicePixelRatio() key = self.key(page, ratio) # paint rect in tile coordinates target = QRect(rect.x() * ratio, rect.y() * ratio, rect.width() * ratio, rect.height() * ratio) # tiles to paint tiles = [t for t in self.tiles(key.width, key.height) if QRect(*t) & target] # look in cache, get a dict with tiles and their images tileset = self.cache.tileset(key) images = [] missing = [] for t in tiles: entry = tileset.get(t) if entry: entry.time = time.time() # prevent aging ;-) images.append((t, entry.image)) else: missing.append(t) return images, missing, key, target, ratio
[docs] def update(self, page, device, rect, callback=None): """Check if a page can be painted on the device without waiting. Return True if that is the case. Otherwise schedules missing tiles for rendering and calls the callback each time one tile if finished. """ imgs, missing, key, *rest =, device, rect) if missing: self.schedule(page, key, missing, callback) return False return True
[docs] def paint(self, page, painter, rect, callback=None): """Paint a page, using images from the cache. ``page``: the Page to draw ``painter``: the QPainter to use to draw ``rect``: the region to draw, relative to the topleft of the page. ``callback``: if specified, a callable accepting the `page` argument. Typically this should be used to trigger a repaint of the view. The Page calls this method by default in its paint() method. This method tries to fetch an image from the cache and paint that. If no image is available, render() is called in the background to generate one. If it is ready, the callback is called with the Page as argument. An interim image may be painted in the meantime (e.g. scaled from another size). """ images = [] # list of images to draw at end of this method region = QRegion() # painted region in tile coordinates imgs, missing, key, target, ratio =, painter.device(), rect) for t, image in imgs: r = QRect(*t) & target # part of the tile that needs to be drawn images.append((r, image, QRectF(r.translated(-t.x, -t.y)))) region += r if missing: self.schedule(page, key, missing, callback) # find other images from cache for missing tiles for width, height, tileset in self.cache.closest(key): # we have a dict of tiles for an image of size width x height hscale = key.width / width vscale = key.height / height for t in tileset: # scale to our image size r = QRect(t.x * hscale, t.y * vscale, t.w * hscale, t.h * vscale) & target if r and QRegion(r).subtracted(region): # we have an image that can be drawn in rect r source = QRectF(r.x() / hscale - t.x, r.y() / vscale - t.y, r.width() / hscale, r.height() / vscale) images.append((r, tileset[t].image, source)) region += r # stop if we have covered the whole drawing area if not QRegion(target).subtracted(region): break else: continue break else: if QRegion(target).subtracted(region): # paint background, still partly uncovered painter.fillRect(rect, page.paperColor or self.paperColor) # draw lowest quality images first for (r, image, source) in reversed(images): # scale the target rect back to the paint device target = QRectF(r.x() / ratio, r.y() / ratio, r.width() / ratio, r.height() / ratio) painter.drawImage(target, image, source)
[docs] def schedule(self, page, key, tiles, callback): """Schedule a new rendering job for the specified tiles of the page. If this page has already a job pending, the callback is added to the pending job. """ for tile in tiles: try: job = _jobs[(key, tile)] except KeyError: # make a new Job for this tile job = _jobs[(key, tile)] = self.job(page, key, tile) job.time = time.time() job.callbacks.add(callback) self.checkstart()
[docs] def job(self, page, key, tile): """Return a new Job tailored for this tile.""" job = backgroundjob.Job() job.callbacks = callbacks = set() job.mutex = page.mutex() exception = [] def work(): try: return self.render(page, key, tile) except Exception: exception.extend(sys.exc_info()) return QImage() def finalize(image): self.cache.addtile(key, tile, image) for cb in callbacks: cb(page) del _jobs[(key, tile)] self.checkstart() if exception: self.exception(*exception) = work job.finalize = finalize return job
[docs] def unschedule(self, pages, callback): """Unschedule a possible pending rendering job for the given pages. If the pending job has no other callbacks left, it is removed, unless it is running. """ pages = set((, p.ident()) for p in pages) unschedule = [] for (key, tile), job in _jobs.items(): if key[:2] in pages: job.callbacks.discard(callback) if not job.callbacks and not job.running: unschedule.append((key, tile)) for jobkey in unschedule: job = _jobs.pop(jobkey) job.finalize = = None
[docs] def invalidate(self, pages): """Delete the cached images for the given pages.""" for p in pages: self.cache.invalidate(p)
[docs] def checkstart(self): """Check whether there are jobs that need to be started. This method is called by the schedule() method, and by the finish() method when a job finishes, so that the number of running jobs never exceeds `maxjobs`. """ runningjobs = [job for job in _jobs.values() if job.running] waitingjobs = sorted((job for job in _jobs.values() if not job.running), key=lambda j: j.time, reverse=True) # newest first jobcount = maxjobs - len(runningjobs) if jobcount > 0: mutexes = set(j.mutex for j in runningjobs) mutexes.discard(None) for job in waitingjobs: m = job.mutex if m is None or m not in mutexes: mutexes.add(m) job.start() jobcount -= 1 if jobcount == 0: break
[docs] def exception(self, exctype, excvalue, exctb): """Called when an exception has occurred in a background rendering job. The default implementation prints a traceback to stderr. """ import traceback traceback.print_exception(exctype, excvalue, exctb)
# install a global cache to use by default AbstractRenderer.cache = cache.ImageCache()