source: trunk/python/Rappture/ @ 96

Last change on this file since 96 was 43, checked in by mmc, 18 years ago
  • Added a new Rappture.result() function to the Python library. This makes it easy to finalize results. See examples/graph for example use.
  • Added examples/graph to illustrate a simple tool with a string and two numbers for input.
  • Fixed the XY graph to show crosshairs and pop-up info when you mouse over particular points.
  • Fixed Rappture::exec so that it doesn't add stray newlines when a program has lots (more than 8k) of output.
  • Fixed the analyzer to recognize the <tool><analyzer> tag. When set to "last", this automatically clears the last result. Handy for programs like SPICE, where you don't compare much, but keep running one new simulation after another.
  • Fixed <string> entries to enable the Simulate button after each editing keystroke.
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1# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
2#  COMPONENT: result - provides a simple way to report results
4#  This routine encapsulates the action of reporting results
5#  back to Rappture.
6# ======================================================================
7#  AUTHOR:  Michael McLennan, Purdue University
8#  Copyright (c) 2005  Purdue Research Foundation, West Lafayette, IN
9# ======================================================================
10import time
12def result(lib):
13    """
14    Use this function to report the result of a Rappture simulation.
15    Pass in the XML object representing the initial driver with
16    results substituted into it.
17    """
19    runfile = 'run%d.xml' % time.time()
20    fp = open(runfile,'w')
21    fp.write(lib.xml())
22    fp.close()
24    # pass the name of the run file back to Rappture
25    print '=RAPPTURE-RUN=>%s' % runfile
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