NAME¶hatariui - Python/Gtk UI for Hatari
SYNOPSIS¶hatariui | hatariui.py [options] [directory|diskimage|program]
DESCRIPTION¶hatariui is a Python/Gtk UI for Hatari which can either embed the Hatari window (on X11 systems) or run in a separate window. By default it provides normal application menus and some extra buttons for faster access to fast-forward and other functionality, but these are fully configurable with the command line options. While it lacks support for some of the Hatari configuration options that Hatari's SDL GUI has, it also supports some options that the Hatari's built-in SDL UI doesn't.
Besides the UI configurability, some of the other advantages hatariui has over the SDL interface included with Hatari itself are use of a normal Gtk file selector with all of its features (directory shortcuts etc), support for UTF-8 (in file names) and in general blending better to the user's desktop environment.
Additionally, Hatari can run while one uses UI configuration dialogs, and it can stop Hatari completely to better save the battery on mobile computers. For devices without a keyboard, it offers a a text input dialog and one can configure (from command line) buttons for often used strings.
HATARIUI / HATARIUI.PY¶hatariui is a shell script wrapper for the hatariui.py Python script. It's used to run the Python script with suitable options for default usage, and to set up the correct installation directory for rest of the Hatari UI Python scripts and data files.
Options below are actually for the hatariui.py script. If you want to change options given for it, modify the hatariui shell script or make your own based on the installed one.
- -h, --help
- Hatari UI command line help
- -n, --nomenu
- Omit menubar from the window
- -e, --embed
- Embed Hatari window (to middle of controls)
- -f, --fullscreen
- Start in fullscreen
- -l, --left <controls>
- Add a toolbar at left
- -r, --right <controls>
- Add a toolbar at right
- -t, --top <controls>
- Add a toolbar at top
- -b, --bottom <controls>
- Add a toolbar at bottom
- -p, --panel <name>,<controls>
- Add a separate window with given name and controls
You can have only one toolbar on each side of the Hatari window. Panels are separate windows and you can have as many of them as you wish. For each of the panels, you need to add a button with the name of the panel (see "MyPanel" in the Examples section).
Following buttons can be added to toolbars and panels:
- Separator between action buttons
- Start next toolbar row in panel windows
- Hatari compatibility list
- Hard disk config dialog
- Warm or cold reset Hatari
- Save configuration
- Report a bug
- Display settings dialog
- Hatari authors
- Toggle Hatari fast-forward
- Activate Hatari debugger
- Quit Hatari UI
- Hatari home page
- Record animation
- Record YM/Wav
- Hatari mailing lists
- Floppy image dialog
- Midi / Printer / RS232 enabling dialog
- Load emulation snapshot
- Load configuration
- Path config dialog
- Hatari machine config dialog
- Hatari TODO
- Hatari UI home page
- Save emulation snapshot
- Joystick settings dialog
- Hatari tracing dialog
- Pause Hatari to save battery
- Hatari UI information
- Hatari release notes
- Toggle whether Hatari is fullscreen
- Hatari manual
- Text / mouse click injection dialog
- Sound settings dialog
- Latest Hatari changes
- (Re-)run Hatari
- Grab a screenshot
- <panel name>
- Button for the specified panel window
- Synthetize string or single key <code>. NOTE: disable fast-forward before injection or key-repeat will repeat each injected key!
If no options are given, the UI uses basic controls.
EXAMPLES¶Example on how to add top, right and bottom toolbars and a separate "MyPanel" panel window:
hatariui.py --embed \ -t "about,run,pause,quit" \ -p "MyPanel,Macro=Test,Undo=97,Help=98,>,F1=59,F2=60,>,close" \ -r "pause,debug,trace,machine,MyPanel" \ -b "sound,|,forward,|,full"
For more examples on Hatari UI options usage, see the hatariui shell script.
SEE ALSO¶hmsa(1), hatariui(1), hconsole(1)
COPYRIGHT¶Hatari UI is written by Eero Tamminen <oak at helsinkinet fi>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.