Source code for i3pystatus.cpu_usage_graph

from i3pystatus.core.color import ColorRangeModule
from i3pystatus.cpu_usage import CpuUsage
from i3pystatus.core.util import make_graph

[docs]class CpuUsageGraph(CpuUsage, ColorRangeModule): """ Shows CPU usage as a Unicode graph. The first output will be inacurate. Depends on the PyPI colour module - Linux only .. rubric:: Available formatters * `{cpu_graph}` — graph of cpu usage. * `{usage}` — usage average of all cores * `{usage_cpu*}` — usage of one specific core. replace "*" by core number starting at 0 * `{usage_all}` — usage of all cores separate. usess natsort when available(relevant for more than 10 cores) """ settings = ( ("cpu", "cpu to monitor, choices are 'usage_cpu' for all or 'usage_cpu*'. R" "eplace '*' 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'"), ("graph_width", "Width of the cpu usage graph"), ("graph_style", "Graph style ('blocks', 'braille-fill', 'braille-peak', or 'braille-snake')"), ("direction", "Graph running direction ('left-to-right', 'right-to-left')"), ) graph_width = 15 graph_style = 'blocks' format = '{cpu_graph}' cpu = 'usage_cpu' direction = 'left-to-right' def init(self): super().init() self.cpu_readings = self.graph_width * [0] self.colors = self.get_hex_color_range(self.start_color, self.end_color, int(100)) def run(self): format_options = self.get_usage() core_reading = format_options[self.cpu] self.cpu_readings.insert(0, core_reading) self.cpu_readings = self.cpu_readings[:self.graph_width] graph = make_graph(self.cpu_readings, 0.0, 100.0, self.graph_style) if self.direction == "right-to-left": graph = graph[::-1] elif self.direction == "left-to-right": pass else: raise Exception("Invalid direction '%s'." % self.direction) format_options.update({'cpu_graph': graph}) color = self.get_gradient(core_reading, self.colors) = format_options self.output = { "full_text": self.format.format_map(format_options), 'color': color }