Command Line Utilities

This module defines the typhos command line utility

usage: [-h] [--layout LAYOUT] [--cols COLS]
                   [--display-type DISPLAY_TYPE] [--scrollable SCROLLABLE]
                   [--size SIZE] [--hide-displays] [--happi-cfg HAPPI_CFG]
                   [--fake-device] [--version] [--verbose] [--dark]
                   [--stylesheet-override STYLESHEET_OVERRIDE]
                   [--stylesheet-add STYLESHEET_ADD]
                   [--profile-modules [PROFILE_MODULES ...]]
                   [--profile-output PROFILE_OUTPUT]
                   [--benchmark [BENCHMARK ...]] [--exit-after EXIT_AFTER]
                   [devices ...]

Create a TyphosSuite for device/s stored in a Happi Database

positional arguments:
  devices               Device names to load in the TyphosSuite or class name
                        with parameters on the format:

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --layout LAYOUT       Select a alternate layout for suites of many devices.
                        Valid options are "horizontal" (default), "vertical",
                        "grid", "flow", and any unique shortenings of those
  --cols COLS           The number of columns to use for the grid layout if
                        selected in the layout argument. This will have no
                        effect for other layouts.
  --display-type DISPLAY_TYPE
                        The kind of display to open for each device at initial
                        load. Valid options are "embedded", "detailed"
                        (default), "engineering", and any unique shortenings
                        of those options.
  --scrollable SCROLLABLE
                        Whether or not to include the scrollbar. Valid options
                        are "auto", "true", "false", and any unique
                        shortenings of those options. Selecting "auto" will
                        include a scrollbar for non-embedded layouts.
  --size SIZE           A starting x,y size for the typhos suite. Useful if
                        the default size is not suitable for your application.
                        Example: --size 1000,1000
  --hide-displays       Option to start with subdisplays hidden instead of
  --happi-cfg HAPPI_CFG
                        Location of happi configuration file if not specified
                        by $HAPPI_CFG environment variable
  --fake-device         Create fake devices with no EPICS connections. This
                        does not yet work for happi devices. An example
                        invocation: typhos --fake-device ophyd.EpicsMotor[]
  --version, -V         Current version and location of Typhos installation.
  --verbose, -v         Show the debug logging stream
  --dark                Use the QDarkStyleSheet shipped with Typhos
  --stylesheet-override STYLESHEET_OVERRIDE, --stylesheet STYLESHEET_OVERRIDE
                        Override all built-in stylesheets, using this
                        stylesheet instead.
  --stylesheet-add STYLESHEET_ADD
                        Include an additional stylesheet in the loading
                        process. This stylesheet will take priority over all
                        built-in stylesheets, but not over a template or
                        widget's styleSheet property.
  --profile-modules [PROFILE_MODULES ...]
                        Submodules to profile during the execution. If no
                        specific modules are specified, profiles all
                        submodules of typhos. Turns on line profiling.
  --profile-output PROFILE_OUTPUT
                        Filename to output the profile results to. If omitted,
                        prints results to stdout. Turns on line profiling.
  --benchmark [BENCHMARK ...]
                        Runs the specified benchmarking tests instead of
                        launching a screen. If no specific tests are
                        specified, runs all of them. Turns on line profiling.
  --exit-after EXIT_AFTER
                        (For profiling purposes) Exit typhos after the
                        provided number of seconds