Mod.Show.Containers Namespace Reference


class  Container
class  ContainerError
class  ContainerTreeError
class  NotAContainerError


def ContainerChain (feat)
def ContainerOf (obj)
def CSChain (feat)
def getVisGroupOf (obj)
def isAContainer (obj, links_too=False)
def VisGroupChain (feat)

Function Documentation

◆ ContainerChain()

def Mod.Show.Containers.ContainerChain (   feat)
ContainerChain(feat): container path to feat (not including feat itself). 
Last container directly contains the feature. 
Example of output:  [<document>,<SuperPart>,<Part>,<Body>]

References Mod.Show.Containers.isAContainer().

Referenced by Mod.Show.Containers.CSChain(), Mod.Show.Containers.Container.hasObjectRecursive(), and Mod.Show.Containers.VisGroupChain().

◆ ContainerOf()

def Mod.Show.Containers.ContainerOf (   obj)
ContainerOf(obj): returns the container that immediately has obj.

References Mod.Show.Containers.isAContainer().

◆ CSChain()

def Mod.Show.Containers.CSChain (   feat)

◆ getVisGroupOf()

def Mod.Show.Containers.getVisGroupOf (   obj)

◆ isAContainer()

def Mod.Show.Containers.isAContainer (   obj,
  links_too = False 
isAContainer(obj, links_too): returns True if obj is an object container, such as 
Group, Part, Body. The important characteristic of an object being a 
container is that it can be activated to receive new objects. Documents 
are considered containers, too.
If links_too, App::Link objects are considered containers, too. Then, container tree 
isn't necessarily a tree.

Referenced by Mod.Show.Containers.ContainerChain(), Mod.Show.Containers.ContainerOf(), Mod.Show.Containers.Container.getDynamicChildren(), Mod.Show.Containers.Container.hasObjectRecursive(), and Mod.Show.Containers.Container.self_check().

◆ VisGroupChain()

def Mod.Show.Containers.VisGroupChain (   feat)