Public Member Functions

def GetResources (self)
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from draftguitools.gui_arcs.Arc
def action (self, arg)
 
def Activated (self)
 
def drawArc (self)
 
def finish (self, closed=False, cont=False)
 
def numericInput (self, numx, numy, numz)
 
def numericRadius (self, rad)
 
def updateAngle (self, angle)
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from draftguitools.gui_base_original.Creator
def Activated (self, name="None", noplanesetup=False)
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from draftguitools.gui_base_original.DraftTool
def Activated (self, name="None", noplanesetup=False, is_subtool=False)
 
def commit (self, name, func)
 
def finish (self, close=False)
 
def getStrings (self, addrot=None)
 
def IsActive (self)
 

Public Attributes

 closedCircle
 
 featureName
 
- Public Attributes inherited from draftguitools.gui_arcs.Arc
 altdown
 
 angle
 
 arctrack
 
 call
 
 center
 
 closedCircle
 
 featureName
 
 firstangle
 
 linetrack
 
 node
 
 point
 
 rad
 
 step
 
 tangents
 
 tanpoints
 
- Public Attributes inherited from draftguitools.gui_base_original.Creator
 support
 
- Public Attributes inherited from draftguitools.gui_base_original.DraftTool
 call
 
 commitList
 
 constrain
 
 doc
 
 extendedCopy
 
 featureName
 
 node
 
 obj
 
 planetrack
 
 point
 
 pos
 
 support
 
 ui
 
 view
 

Detailed Description

Gui command for the Circle tool.

It inherits the entire `Arc` class.
The only difference is that the `closedCircle` attribute
is already set to `True`, and the `featureName` attribute
is `'Circle'`.

This will result in an arc that describes a complete circumference
so the starting angle and end angle will be the same.

Internally, both circular arcs and circles are `'Circle'` objects.

Discussion
----------
Both arcs and circles are `'Circle'` objects, but when it comes to the
Gui Commands, the relationships are reversed, and both launch the `Arc`
command.

Maybe the relationship should be changed: the base Gui Command
should be `Circle`, and an arc would launch the same command,
as both are internally `'Circle'` objects.

Another possibility is to rename the `'Circle'` object to `'Arc'`.
Then both a circle and an arc would internally be `'Arc'` objects,
and in the Gui Commands they both would use the `Arc` command.

Member Function Documentation

◆ GetResources()

def draftguitools.gui_circles.Circle.GetResources (   self)
Set icon, menu and tooltip.

Reimplemented from draftguitools.gui_arcs.Arc.

References draftutils.translate.QT_TRANSLATE_NOOP.

Member Data Documentation

◆ closedCircle

draftguitools.gui_circles.Circle.closedCircle

◆ featureName

draftguitools.gui_circles.Circle.featureName

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:
  • Sources/FreeCAD/src/Mod/Draft/draftguitools/gui_circles.py