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    1 # -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
    2 
    3 # Copyright (c) 2004 - 2020 Detlev Offenbach <detlev@die-offenbachs.de>
    4 #
    5 
    6 """
    7 Module implementing an 'About Eric' dialog.
    8 """
    9 
   10 
   11 from PyQt5.QtCore import Qt, QCoreApplication
   12 from PyQt5.QtWidgets import QDialog
   13 
   14 from .Ui_AboutDialog import Ui_AboutDialog
   15 
   16 import Preferences
   17 
   18 import UI.PixmapCache
   19 import UI.Info
   20 
   21 
   22 titleText = "<b>{0} - {1}</b>".format(UI.Info.Program, UI.Info.Version)
   23 
   24 aboutText = QCoreApplication.translate(
   25     "AboutDialog",
   26     """<p>{0} is an Integrated Development Environment for the Python"""
   27     """ programming language. It is written using the PyQt Python bindings"""
   28     """ for the Qt GUI toolkit and the QScintilla editor widget.</p>"""
   29     """<p>For more information see"""
   30     """ <a href="{1}">{1}</a>.</p>"""
   31     """<p>Please send bug reports to <a href="mailto:{2}">{2}</a>.</p>"""
   32     """<p>To request a new feature please send an email to"""
   33     """ <a href="mailto:{3}">{3}</a>.</p>"""
   34     """<p>{0} uses third party software which is copyrighted"""
   35     """ by its respective copyright holder. For details see"""
   36     """ the copyright notice of the individual package.</p>"""
   37 ).format(UI.Info.Program, UI.Info.Homepage, UI.Info.BugAddress,
   38          UI.Info.FeatureAddress)
   39 
   40 authorsText = (
   41     """
   42 Detlev Offenbach
   43     Project Manager, Maintainer and German translation
   44     
   45 Andrew Bushnell
   46     Multithreaded debugger
   47 
   48 Alexander Barkoff
   49 Alexander Darovsky
   50 Mikhail Terekhov
   51     Russian translations
   52     
   53 Julien Vienne
   54     French translations
   55     
   56 Zdeněk Böhm
   57     Czech translations
   58 
   59 Jaime Seuma
   60     Spanish translations
   61 
   62 Serdar Koçdaş
   63     Turkish translations
   64 
   65 Xia WeiPeng
   66     Chinese translations
   67 
   68 Gianluca
   69     Italian translations
   70 """
   71 )
   72 
   73 thanksText = (
   74     """Phil Thompson for providing PyQt and QScintilla and pushing me into this
   75 business.
   76 
   77 Andrew Bushnell of Fluent Inc. for contributing the multithreading debugger
   78 and a bunch of fixes to enhance the platform independence.
   79 
   80 Tobias Rzepka for providing Python2 compatibility for eric6.
   81 
   82 Alexander Barkoff, Alexander Darovsky and Mikhail Terekhov for providing
   83 Russian translations.
   84 Julien Vienne for providing French translations.
   85 Zdenek Böhm for providing Czech translations.
   86 Jaime Seuma for providing Spanish translations.
   87 Serdar Koçdaş for providing Turkish translations.
   88 Xia WeiPeng for providing Chinese translations.
   89 Gianluca for providing Italian translations.
   90 
   91 Shane Richards for Crystal Icons.
   92 
   93 The Kumula Team for the splash screen.
   94 
   95 Gordon Tyler
   96 Hans-Peter Jansen
   97 Ralf Ahlbrink
   98 Stefan Jaensch
   99 Martin v. Löwis
  100 Thorsten Kohnhorst
  101 for providing patches to improve eric3, eric4, eric5 and eric6.
  102 
  103 And all the people who reported bugs and made suggestions."""
  104 )
  105 
  106 licenseText = (
  107     """Eric is {0}
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  737 """).format(UI.Info.Copyright)
  738 
  739 
  740 class AboutDialog(QDialog, Ui_AboutDialog):
  741     """
  742     Class implementing an 'About Eric' dialog.
  743     """
  744     def __init__(self, parent=None):
  745         """
  746         Constructor
  747         
  748         @param parent reference to the parent widget (QWidget)
  749         """
  750         super(AboutDialog, self).__init__(parent)
  751         self.setupUi(self)
  752         self.setWindowFlags(Qt.Window)
  753         
  754         self.ericLabel.setText(titleText)
  755         self.ericPixmap.setPixmap(
  756             UI.PixmapCache.getPixmap("eric").scaled(48, 48))
  757         
  758         ####################################################################
  759         ## ABOUT
  760         ####################################################################
  761         
  762         self.aboutEdit.setHtml(aboutText)
  763         
  764         ####################################################################
  765         ## Copyright, Authors
  766         ####################################################################
  767         
  768         self.authorsEdit.setPlainText(authorsText)
  769         
  770         ####################################################################
  771         ## THANKS
  772         ####################################################################
  773         
  774         self.thanksEdit.setPlainText(thanksText)
  775         
  776         ####################################################################
  777         ## LICENSE
  778         ####################################################################
  779         
  780         font = Preferences.getEditorOtherFonts("MonospacedFont")
  781         self.licenseEdit.setFontFamily(font.family())
  782         self.licenseEdit.setFontPointSize(font.pointSize())
  783         
  784         self.licenseEdit.setPlainText(licenseText)
  785         
  786         self.aboutTabWidget.setCurrentWidget(self.about)