Python os.terminal_size() Examples

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Example 1
Project: python-   Author: secondtonone1   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 2
Project: ivaochdoc   Author: ivaoch   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 3
Project: news-for-good   Author: thecodinghub   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 4
Project: Tencent_Cartoon_Download   Author: Fretice   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 5
Project: fieldsight-kobocat   Author: awemulya   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 6
Project: web_ctp   Author: molebot   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 7
Project: CloudPrint   Author: William-An   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 8
Project: ouroboros   Author: pybee   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 9
Project: gardenbot   Author: GoestaO   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 10
Project: projeto   Author: BarmyPenguin   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 11
Project: flask-zhenai-mongo-echarts   Author: Fretice   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 12
Project: aweasome_learning   Author: Knight-ZXW   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 13
Project: kbe_server   Author: xiaohaoppy   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (NameError, OSError):
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 14
Project: blog_flask   Author: momantai   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines)) 
Example 15
Project: MyFriend-Rob   Author: lcheniv   File: shutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def get_terminal_size(fallback=(80, 24)):
    """Get the size of the terminal window.

    For each of the two dimensions, the environment variable, COLUMNS
    and LINES respectively, is checked. If the variable is defined and
    the value is a positive integer, it is used.

    When COLUMNS or LINES is not defined, which is the common case,
    the terminal connected to sys.__stdout__ is queried
    by invoking os.get_terminal_size.

    If the terminal size cannot be successfully queried, either because
    the system doesn't support querying, or because we are not
    connected to a terminal, the value given in fallback parameter
    is used. Fallback defaults to (80, 24) which is the default
    size used by many terminal emulators.

    The value returned is a named tuple of type os.terminal_size.
    """
    # columns, lines are the working values
    try:
        columns = int(os.environ['COLUMNS'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        columns = 0

    try:
        lines = int(os.environ['LINES'])
    except (KeyError, ValueError):
        lines = 0

    # only query if necessary
    if columns <= 0 or lines <= 0:
        try:
            size = os.get_terminal_size(sys.__stdout__.fileno())
        except (AttributeError, ValueError, OSError):
            # stdout is None, closed, detached, or not a terminal, or
            # os.get_terminal_size() is unsupported
            size = os.terminal_size(fallback)
        if columns <= 0:
            columns = size.columns
        if lines <= 0:
            lines = size.lines

    return os.terminal_size((columns, lines))