(in-terminal doit [ #:container container #:cleanup-thunk cleanup-thunk #:title title #:abort-label abort-label #:aborted-message aborted-message #:canvas-min-width canvas-min-width #:canvas-min-height canvas-min-height #:close-button? close-button? #:close-label close-label #:close-callback close-callback] #:close-when-hidden? boolean?) → (is-a?/c terminal<%>)
(-> eventspace? (or/c (is-a?/c top-level-window<%>) #f) void?) container : (or/c #f (is-a?/c area-container<%>)) = #f cleanup-thunk : (-> void?) = void title : string? = "mrlib/terminal"
abort-label : string? = (string-constant plt-installer-abort-installation)
aborted-message : string? = (string-constant plt-installer-aborted) canvas-min-width : (or/c #f (integer-in 0 10000)) = #f canvas-min-height : (or/c #f (integer-in 0 10000)) = #f close-button? : boolean? = #t close-label : string? = (string-constant close) close-callback : (-> any) = void boolean? : #t
The GUI is created in a new frame%, unless container is not #f, in which case the GUI is created as a new panel inside container. If a frame is created, it is provided as the second argument to doit, otherwise the second argument to doit is #f. If a frame is created, its title is title.
The cleanup-thunk is called on a queued callback to the eventspace active when in-terminal is invoked after doit completes.
In addition to the I/O generated by doit, the generated GUI contains two buttons: the abort button (with label abort-label) and the close button (with label close-label). The close button is present only if close-button? is #t.
When the abort button is pushed, the newly created custodian is shut down and the aborted-message is printed in the dialog. The close button becomes active when doit returns or when the thread running it is killed (via a custodian shut down, typically).
If container is #f, then the close button closes the frame; otherwise, the close button causes the container created for the terminal’s GUI to be removed from its parent.
The canvas-min-width and canvas-min-height are passed to the min-width and min-height initialization arguments of the editor-canvas% object that holds the output generated by doit.
The value of on-terminal-run is invoked after doit returns, but not if it is aborted or an exception is raised.
The close-callback function is called after the terminal frame is closed or container is removed.
When the container argument is not #f, then hiding removing the window from it’s frame will abort the computation in the terminal, unless close-when-hidden? is #f.
Changed in version 1.4 of package gui-lib: Added the #:close-callback argument.
Returns #t if the terminal GUI has been closed, #f otherwise.Closes the terminal GUI. Call this method only if can-close? returns #t.Reports whether the terminal GUI can be closed, because the terminal process is complete (or, equivalently, whether the close button is enabled).Returns a synchronizable event that becomes ready for synchronization when the terminal GUI can be closed.Returns a panel that contains the abort and close buttons.