Python-efl A Window

Python-EFL is a wrapper around the Enlightenment GUI kit. This series of tutorials is an update from the original author.

Simple window

Be sure to read first:

How to install Python-efl on Ubuntu or Linux Mint

'''
Abdur-Ramaan Janhangeer
Updated from Jeff Hoogland's tutos
for Python3.9 and Python-elf 1.25.0

https://www.toolbox.com/tech/operating-systems/blogs/py-efl-tutorial-1-hello-elementary-022415/
'''
import efl.elementary as elm
from efl.elementary.label import Label
from efl.elementary.window import StandardWindow
from efl.evas import EVAS_HINT_EXPAND

EXPAND_BOTH = EVAS_HINT_EXPAND, EVAS_HINT_EXPAND


class MainWindow(StandardWindow):
    def __init__(self):
        StandardWindow.__init__(self, "ex1", "Hello Elementary", size=(300, 200))
        self.callback_delete_request_add(lambda o: elm.exit())
        label = Label(self)
        label.size_hint_weight = EXPAND_BOTH
        label.text = "Hello Elementary!"
        label.show()
        self.resize_object_add(label)


if __name__ == "__main__":
    elm.init()
    gui = MainWindow()
    gui.show()
    elm.run()

Note: elm.shutdown is no longer needed as per the docs which says

        .. versionchanged:: 1.14

            The Python module calls this function when it is exiting so you
            should no longer have any need to call this manually. Calling it does
            not carry any penalty though.

Updated from Jeff Hoogland’s tutos

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