Class wibox.widget.calendar

A calendar widget

This module defines two widgets: a month calendar and a year calendar

The two widgets have a date property, in the form of a table {day=[number|nil], month=[number|nil], year=[number]}.

The year widget displays the whole specified year, e.g. {year=2006}.

The month widget displays the calendar for the specified month, e.g. {month=12, year=2006}, highlighting the specified day if the day is provided in the date, e.g. {day=22, month=12, year=2006}.

Cell and container styles can be overridden using the fn_embed callback function which is called before adding the widgets to the layouts. The fn_embed function takes three arguments, the original widget, the flag (string used to identified the widget) and the date (table). It returns another widget, embedding (and modifying) the original widget.

Usage example

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget.calendar.month(os.date('*t'))
    

Info:

  • Copyright: 2017 getzze
  • Author: getzze

Functions

wibox.widget.calendar.month (date, font) A month calendar widget.
wibox.widget.calendar.year (date, font) A year calendar widget.

Object properties

wibox.widget.calendar.date The calendar date.
wibox.widget.calendar.font The calendar font.
wibox.widget.calendar.spacing The calendar spacing.
wibox.widget.calendar.week_numbers Display the calendar week numbers.
wibox.widget.calendar.start_sunday Start the week on Sunday.
wibox.widget.calendar.long_weekdays Format the weekdays with three characters instead of two
wibox.widget.calendar.fn_embed The widget encapsulating function.

Theme variables

beautiful.calendar_font The calendar font.
beautiful.calendar_spacing The calendar spacing.
beautiful.calendar_week_numbers Display the calendar week numbers.
beautiful.calendar_start_sunday Start the week on Sunday.
beautiful.calendar_long_weekdays Format the weekdays with three characters instead of two


Functions

Methods
wibox.widget.calendar.month (date, font)
A month calendar widget.

A calendar widget is a grid containing the calendar for one month. If the day is specified in the date, its cell is highlighted.

Usage example

  • date Date of the calendar
    • year number Date year
    • month number Date month
    • day number or nil Date day
  • font string Font of the calendar (default "Monospace 10")

Returns:

    widget The month calendar widget
wibox.widget.calendar.year (date, font)
A year calendar widget.

A calendar widget is a grid containing the calendar for one year.

Usage example

  • date Date of the calendar
    • year number Date year
    • month number or nil Date month
    • day number or nil Date day
  • font string Font of the calendar (default "Monospace 10")

Returns:

    widget The year calendar widget

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget {
        date         = os.date('*t'),
        font         = 'Monospace 8',
        spacing      = 2,
        week_numbers = false,
        start_sunday = false,
        widget       = wibox.widget.calendar.year
    }

Object properties

wibox.widget.calendar.date
The calendar date.

A table representing the date {day=[number|nil], month=[number|nil], year=[number]}.

E.g.. {day=21, month=2, year=2005}, {month=2, year=2005}, {year=2005}

Type:

  • table date Date table.
wibox.widget.calendar.font
The calendar font.

Choose a monospace font for a better rendering.

Usage example

Type:

  • string Font of the calendar (default "Monospace 10")

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget.calendar.month(
        os.date('*t'), 'sans 12')
wibox.widget.calendar.spacing
The calendar spacing.

The spacing between cells in the month. The spacing between months in a year calendar is twice this value.

Type:

  • number Spacing of the grid (default 5)
wibox.widget.calendar.week_numbers
Display the calendar week numbers.

Usage example

Type:

  • boolean Display week numbers (default false)

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget {
        date         = os.date('*t'),
        font         = 'Monospace 10',
        week_numbers = true,
        widget       = wibox.widget.calendar.month
    }
wibox.widget.calendar.start_sunday
Start the week on Sunday.

Usage example

Type:

  • boolean Start the week on Sunday (default false)

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget {
        date         = os.date('*t'),
        font         = 'Monospace 10',
        start_sunday = true,
        widget       = wibox.widget.calendar.month
    }
wibox.widget.calendar.long_weekdays
Format the weekdays with three characters instead of two

Usage example

Type:

  • boolean Use three characters for the weekdays instead of two (default false)

Usage:

    local cal = wibox.widget {
        date          = os.date('*t'),
        font          = 'Monospace 10',
        long_weekdays = true,
        widget        = wibox.widget.calendar.month
    }
wibox.widget.calendar.fn_embed
The widget encapsulating function.

Function that takes a widget, flag (string) and date (table) as argument and returns a widget encapsulating the input widget.

Default value: function (widget, flag, date) return widget end

It is used to add a container to the grid layout and to the cells:

Usage example

Type:

  • function Function to embed the widget depending on its flag

Usage:

    local styles = {}
    local function rounded_shape(size, partial)
        if partial then
            return function(cr, width, height)
                       gears.shape.partially_rounded_rect(cr, width, height,
                            false, true, false, true, 5)
                   end
        else
            return function(cr, width, height)
                       gears.shape.rounded_rect(cr, width, height, size)
                   end
        end
    end
    styles.month   = { padding      = 5,
                       bg_color     = '#555555',
                       border_width = 2,
                       shape        = rounded_shape(10)
    }
    styles.normal  = { shape    = rounded_shape(5) }
    styles.focus   = { fg_color = '#000000',
                       bg_color = '#ff9800',
                       markup   = function(t) return '<b>' .. t .. '</b>' end,
                       shape    = rounded_shape(5, true)
    }
    styles.header  = { fg_color = '#de5e1e',
                       markup   = function(t) return '<b>' .. t .. '</b>' end,
                       shape    = rounded_shape(10)
    }
    styles.weekday = { fg_color = '#7788af',
                       markup   = function(t) return '<b>' .. t .. '</b>' end,
                       shape    = rounded_shape(5)
    }
    local function decorate_cell(widget, flag, date)
        if flag=='monthheader' and not styles.monthheader then
            flag = 'header'
        end
        local props = styles[flag] or {}
        if props.markup and widget.get_text and widget.set_markup then
            widget:set_markup(props.markup(widget:get_text()))
        end
        -- Change bg color for weekends
        local d = {year=date.year, month=(date.month or 1), day=(date.day or 1)}
        local weekday = tonumber(os.date('%w', os.time(d)))
        local default_bg = (weekday==0 or weekday==6) and '#232323' or '#383838'
        local ret = wibox.widget {
            {
                widget,
                margins = (props.padding or 2) + (props.border_width or 0),
                widget  = wibox.container.margin
            },
            shape              = props.shape,
            shape_border_color = props.border_color or '#b9214f',
            shape_border_width = props.border_width or 0,
            fg                 = props.fg_color or '#999999',
            bg                 = props.bg_color or default_bg,
            widget             = wibox.container.background
        }
        return ret
    end
    local cal = wibox.widget {
        date     = os.date('*t'),
        fn_embed = decorate_cell,
        widget   = wibox.widget.calendar.month
    }

Theme variables

beautiful.calendar_font
The calendar font.

Type:

  • font string Font of the calendar
beautiful.calendar_spacing
The calendar spacing.

Type:

  • spacing number Spacing of the grid (twice this value for inter-month spacing)
beautiful.calendar_week_numbers
Display the calendar week numbers.

Type:

  • boolean Display week numbers
beautiful.calendar_start_sunday
Start the week on Sunday.

Type:

  • boolean Start the week on Sunday
beautiful.calendar_long_weekdays
Format the weekdays with three characters instead of two

Type:

  • boolean Use three characters for the weekdays instead of two
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