[IronPython] IronPython/Silverlight -- callback problem
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Jul 8 13:34:58 CEST 2010
On 08/07/2010 12:28, Jan-Philip Gehrcke wrote:
> Thanks for your comment, Michael.
> I found the explanation in the docs:
> The default setting is `BitmapCreateOptions.DelayCreation`
> -> "Causes a BitmapSource object to delay initialization until it is
> necessary. This is useful when dealing with collections of images.
> This is the default value of the BitmapImage.CreateOptions property in
> Now, I change this to `BitmapCreateOptions.None` and add the callbacks
> before assigning the URI:
Great - glad you got it sorted.
> def load_and_show(self):
> self.bi = BitmapImage()
> self.bi.CreateOptions = BitmapCreateOptions.None;
> self.bi.ImageOpened += self.successfully_loaded_now_show
> self.bi.ImageFailed += self.load_failed
> self.bi.UriSource = Uri(self.abspath, UriKind.Absolute)
> def successfully_loaded_now_show(self, s, e):
> self.xaml_main_image.Source = self.bi
> This works as expected.
> On 07.07.2010 18:49, Michael Foord wrote:
>> On 06/07/2010 15:59, Jan-Philip Gehrcke wrote:
>>> I don't know if this is more an IronPython (2.6.1) issue than a
>>> Silverlight (4) issue, but I hope that I am talking to the right
>>> audience again (thank you for the great answers last time).
>>> I've created an `Image` class managing images based on
>>> System.Windows.Media.Imaging.BitmapImage. My method
>>> `image_instance.load_and_show()` should load the image from a given
>>> URI and then show it in an XAML <image /> element. The important
>>> thing is that the showing part should only happen after it is sure
>>> that the image has loaded correctly. To control this, I use the
>>> BitmapImage.ImageOpened event. This is the relevant part of the code
>>> from my `Image` class:
>>> def load_and_show(self):
>>> self.bi = BitmapImage(Uri(self.abspath, UriKind.Absolute))
>>> self.bi.ImageOpened += self.successfully_loaded_now_show
>>> self.bi.ImageFailed += self.load_failed
>>> #self.xaml_main_image.Source = self.bi # LINE A
>>> def successfully_loaded_now_show(self, s, e):
>>> debug("image loaded: %s" % s.UriSource) # LINE B
>>> self.xaml_main_image.Source = self.bi # LINE C
>>> def load_failed(self, s, e):
>>> debug("image load failed") # LINE D
>>> If the code is like shown above and I do
>>> `image_instance.show_and_load()`, nothing happens. More exactly,
>>> LINE B, C, and D are not reached. It is like *neither the event
>>> ImageOpened nor ImageFailed is toggled*.
>> It seems likely then that the image is not opened or downloaded until
>> you set it as the source on an image. Does the code behave
>> differently if you write it in C#?
>> If you set the bitmapimage as the image source does the event then
>> fire correctly? If so perhaps create the image control but only add
>> it to the visual tree once the bitmap has loaded.
>>> If I re-activate (or un-outcomment =)) LINE A, the callbacks
>>> magically work properly, i.e. after calling
>>> `image_instance.show_and_load()` the image shows up in the UI
>>> (either via LINE A or C), and LINE B is definitely reached (or LINE
>>> D in case of a wrong URI).
>>> The point is that I don't want LINE A, because showing the image
>>> should happen in a more controlled manner. What's the problem in my
>>> approach, why are the callbacks not called?
>>> Thank you in advance,
>>> Jan-Philip Gehrcke
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