Source code for i3pystatus.cpu_usage_bar

from i3pystatus.core.color import ColorRangeModule
from i3pystatus.cpu_usage import CpuUsage
from i3pystatus.core.util import make_bar, make_vertical_bar

[docs]class CpuUsageBar(CpuUsage, ColorRangeModule): """ Shows CPU usage as a bar (made with unicode box characters). The first output will be inacurate. Linux only Requires the PyPI package `colour`. .. rubric:: Available formatters * `{usage_bar}` — usage average of all cores * `{usage_bar_cpu*}` — usage of one specific core. replace "*" by core number starting at 0 """ format = "{usage_bar}" bar_type = 'horizontal' cpu = 'usage_cpu' settings = ( ("format", "format string"), ("bar_type", "whether the bar should be vertical or horizontal. " "Allowed values: `vertical` or `horizontal`"), ("cpu", "cpu to base the colors on. Choices are 'usage_cpu' for all or 'usage_cpu*'." " Replace '*' by core number starting at 0."), ("start_color", "Hex or English name for start of color range, eg '#00FF00' or 'green'"), ("end_color", "Hex or English name for end of color range, eg '#FF0000' or 'red'"), ("dynamic_color", "Use dynamic color"), ) def init(self): super().init() self.colors = self.get_hex_color_range(self.start_color, self.end_color, 100) def run(self): cpu_usage = self.get_usage() cpu_usage_bar = {} for core, usage in cpu_usage.items(): core = core.replace('usage', 'usage_bar') if self.bar_type == 'horizontal': cpu_usage_bar[core] = make_bar(usage) elif self.bar_type == 'vertical': cpu_usage_bar[core] = make_vertical_bar(usage) else: raise Exception("bar_type must be 'horizontal' or 'vertical'!") cpu_usage.update(cpu_usage_bar) # for backward compatibility cpu_usage['usage_bar'] = cpu_usage['usage_bar_cpu'] = cpu_usage self.output = { "full_text": self.format.format_map(cpu_usage), 'color': self.get_gradient(cpu_usage[self.cpu], self.colors, 100) }