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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# This file is in the public domain

"""Helpers for an Ubuntu application."""

from __future__ import division

__all__ = [

import gtk
import os
import sys

from functools import wraps

from magicicada.magicicadaconfig import get_data_file

import gettext
from gettext import gettext as _

NO_OP = lambda *a, **kw: None

def get_builder(builder_file_name):
    """Return a fully-instantiated gtk.Builder instance from specified ui file.

    :param builder_file_name: The name of the builder file, without extension.
        Assumed to be in the 'ui' directory under the data path.
    # Look for the ui file that describes the user interface.
    ui_filename = get_data_file('ui', builder_file_name)
    if not os.path.exists(ui_filename):
        ui_filename = None

    builder = gtk.Builder()
    return builder

def print_debug(f):
    """Print debug info for 'f'."""

    def inner(*args, **kwargs):
        """Wrap f."""
        sys.stderr.write('Calling %s %s %s\n' % (f.__name__, args, kwargs))
        result = f(*args, **kwargs)
        return result

    return inner

# from 
# http://code.activestate.com/recipes/577081-humanized-representation-of-a-number-of-bytes/
def humanize_bytes(bytes, precision=1):
    """Return a humanized string representation of a number of bytes.

    Assumes `from __future__ import division`.

    >>> humanize_bytes(1)
    '1 byte'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024)
    '1.0 kB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*123)
    '123.0 kB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*12342)
    '12.1 MB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*12342,2)
    '12.05 MB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*1234,2)
    '1.21 MB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*1234*1111,2)
    '1.31 GB'
    >>> humanize_bytes(1024*1234*1111,1)
    '1.3 GB'
    abbrevs = (
        (1<<50L, 'PB'),
        (1<<40L, 'TB'),
        (1<<30L, 'GB'),
        (1<<20L, 'MB'),
        (1<<10L, 'kB'),
        (1, 'bytes')
    if bytes == 1:
        return '1 byte'
    for factor, suffix in abbrevs:
        if bytes >= factor:
    return '%.*f %s' % (precision, bytes / factor, suffix)

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