Source code for neoscore.core.painted_object

from __future__ import annotations

from typing import Optional

from neoscore.core.brush import Brush, BrushDef
from neoscore.core.pen import Pen, PenDef
from neoscore.core.point import PointDef
from neoscore.core.positioned_object import PositionedObject

[docs]class PaintedObject(PositionedObject): """A ``PositionedObject`` which is painted with a pen (outline) and brush (fill). This is mostly meant to be used as a superclass for other classes which need this behavior. """
[docs] def __init__( self, pos: PointDef, parent: Optional[PositionedObject], brush: Optional[BrushDef] = None, pen: Optional[PenDef] = None, ): """ Args: pos: The position of the object relative to its parent pen: The pen to draw outlines with. brush: The brush to fill shapes with. parent: The parent object or None """ super().__init__(pos, parent) self.pen = pen self.brush = brush self._children: List[PositionedObject] = []
@property def pen(self) -> Pen: """The pen to draw outlines with""" return self._pen @pen.setter def pen(self, value: PenDef): if value: self._pen = Pen.from_def(value) else: self._pen = Pen() @property def brush(self) -> Brush: """The brush to draw outlines with. As a convenience, this may be set with a hex color string for a solid color brush of that color. For brushes using alpha channels and non-solid-color fill patterns, a fully initialized brush must be passed to this. """ return self._brush @brush.setter def brush(self, value: BrushDef): if value: self._brush = Brush.from_def(value) else: self._brush = Brush()