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Toolbar icons

button ="some-icon-name")

In addition to the standard icons in /usr/share/icons/sugar/scalable/ (eg, "go-next"), you can create additional icons by putting an svg in your activity's icons/ directory. Eg,


Other notes

  • Do not use and its Toolbar. It is old broken left-over code, now deleted. MitchellNCharity 17:06, 21 June 2007 (EDT)


This snippet shows how to get a path to files in the running Activity:

from sugar.activity import activity
bundle_path = activity.get_bundle_path()


target = ctx.get_target()
buf = target.create_similar(cairo.CONTENT_COLOR_ALPHA, w, h)
ctx.set_source_surface(buf, x, y)
dimensions = handle.get_dimension_data()
width = dimensions[0]
height = dimensions[1]
  • Loading a JPEG file onto a surface:
pixbuf = gtk.gdk.pixbuf_new_from_file("foo.jpg")
ctx = # a cairo context

libjpeg is said to be an alternative to using pixbuf. Which is better? Perhaps Sugar/HippoCanvas provides an easier way to do this?

Cairo image expansion is good quality, but expensive. Shrinking is fine and notably faster. So for images rendered large (ie, screen-size), you might want to start with a big image, rather than expanding a small one. A speed/space tradeoff. And use SVG instead if appropriate, of course. MitchellNCharity 10:37, 10 May 2007 (EDT)

Not yet sorted

from sugar import profile

key = profile.get_pubkey()

# If you want a shorter key, you can hash that like:

from sugar import util

key_hash = util._sha_data(key)
hashed_key = util.printable_hash(key_hash)
  • Avoid memory exhaustion from large dead pgtk objects by using
import gc

Not all trash pygtk objects are garbage collected promptly. If you are throwing away large pixmaps, for instance, this can be deadly. gc.collect() forces a garbage collection pass.

Performance Tips

This section belongs on a different, as yet non-existent page. But a good organization for software development tips is currently unclear to me, so I'll stash this here for now. MitchellNCharity 14:05, 10 May 2007 (EDT)

  • ctx.stroke() several lines at once. stroke() currently has significant overhead. So it is faster to stroke several, than to stroke them individually. They need not be contiguous. MitchellNCharity 14:05, 10 May 2007 (EDT)

Old snippets which need to be overhauled


This snippet shows how an activity would have a toolbar with a button and a gtk.TextView widget embedded in a hippo Canvas:

import logging
import hippo
import gtk

from gettext import gettext as _

from sugar.activity import activity
from import Toolbar
from import IconButton
from import Entry
from import OptionMenu
from import MenuItem

class FooActivity(activity.Activity):


   def __init__(self, handle):
        activity.Activity.__init__(self, handle)

        vbox = hippo.CanvasBox()

        toolbar = Toolbar()

        button = IconButton(icon_name='theme:stock-close')
        button.connect("activated", self._button_activated_cb)

        entry = Entry()
        button.connect("activated", self._entry_activated_cb)

        option_menu = OptionMenu()
        option_menu.add_item(MenuItem(self._ACTION_ANYTHING, _('Anything')))
        option_menu.add_item(MenuItem(self._ACTION_APPLES, _('Apples'),
        option_menu.add_item(MenuItem(self._ACTION_ORANGES, _('Oranges')))

        text_view_widget = hippo.CanvasWidget()
        vbox.append(text_view_widget, hippo.PACK_EXPAND)

        text_view = gtk.TextView()
        text_view.get_buffer().set_text('Write here!', -1)
        text_view_widget.props.widget = text_view

    def _button_activated_cb(self, button):

    def _entry_activated_cb(self, entry):
In build 443 (June '07), from import Entry yields ImportError: No module named entry. MitchellNCharity 19:52, 15 June 2007 (EDT)
And obsolete, now deleted code like is being used. Snippet needs to be overhauled. MitchellNCharity 18:04, 21 June 2007 (EDT)