Struct slint::FilterModel

pub struct FilterModel<M, F>(_)
where
         M: Model + 'static,
         F: Fn(&<M as Model>::Data) -> bool + 'static;
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Provides a filtered subset of rows by another Model.

When the other Model is updated, the FilterModel is updated accordingly.

Generic parameters:

  • M the type of the wrapped Model.
  • F the filter function.

Example

Here we have a VecModel holding crate::SharedStrings. It is then filtered into a FilterModel.

let model = VecModel::from(vec![
    SharedString::from("Lorem"),
    SharedString::from("ipsum"),
    SharedString::from("dolor"),
]);

let filtered_model = FilterModel::new(model, |s| s.contains('o'));

assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(0).unwrap(), SharedString::from("Lorem"));
assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(1).unwrap(), SharedString::from("dolor"));

Alternatively you can use the shortcut ModelExt::filter.

let filtered_model = VecModel::from(vec![
    SharedString::from("Lorem"),
    SharedString::from("ipsum"),
    SharedString::from("dolor"),
]).filter(|s| s.contains('o'));

If you want to modify the underlying VecModel you can give it a Rc of the FilterModel:

let model = Rc::new(VecModel::from(vec![
    SharedString::from("Lorem"),
    SharedString::from("ipsum"),
    SharedString::from("dolor"),
]));

let filtered_model = FilterModel::new(model.clone(), |s| s.contains('o'));

assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(0).unwrap(), SharedString::from("Lorem"));
assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(1).unwrap(), SharedString::from("dolor"));

model.set_row_data(1, SharedString::from("opsom"));

assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(0).unwrap(), SharedString::from("Lorem"));
assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(1).unwrap(), SharedString::from("opsom"));
assert_eq!(filtered_model.row_data(2).unwrap(), SharedString::from("dolor"));

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impl<M, F> FilterModel<M, F>where M: Model + 'static, F: Fn(&<M as Model>::Data) -> bool + 'static,

pub fn new(wrapped_model: M, filter_function: F) -> FilterModel<M, F>

Creates a new FilterModel based on the given wrapped_model and filtered by filter_function. Alternativly you can use ModelExt::filter on your Model.

pub fn reset(&self)

Manually reapply the filter. You need to run this e.g. if the filtering function depends on mutable state and it has changed.

pub fn unfiltered_row(&self, filtered_row: usize) -> usize

Gets the row index of the underlying unfiltered model for a given filtered row index.

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impl<M, F> Model for FilterModel<M, F>where M: Model + 'static, F: Fn(&<M as Model>::Data) -> bool + 'static,

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type Data = <M as Model>::Data

The model data: A model is a set of row and each row has this data
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fn row_count(&self) -> usize

The amount of row in the model
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fn row_data(&self, row: usize) -> Option<<FilterModel<M, F> as Model>::Data>

Returns the data for a particular row. This function should be called with row < row_count(). Read more
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fn set_row_data(&self, row: usize, data: <FilterModel<M, F> as Model>::Data)

Sets the data for a particular row. Read more
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fn model_tracker(&self) -> &dyn ModelTracker

The implementation should return a reference to its ModelNotify field. Read more
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fn iter(&self) -> ModelIterator<'_, Self::Data> where Self: Sized,

Returns an iterator visiting all elements of the model.
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fn as_any(&self) -> &(dyn Any + 'static)

Return something that can be downcast’ed (typically self) Read more

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impl<M, F> !RefUnwindSafe for FilterModel<M, F>

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impl<M, F> !Send for FilterModel<M, F>

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impl<M, F> !Sync for FilterModel<M, F>

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impl<M, F> Unpin for FilterModel<M, F>

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impl<M, F> !UnwindSafe for FilterModel<M, F>

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fn type_id(&self) -> TypeId

Gets the TypeId of self. Read more
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impl<T> ModelExt for Twhere T: Model,

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fn row_data_tracked(&self, row: usize) -> Option<Self::Data>

Convenience function that calls ModelTracker::track_row_data_changes before returning Model::row_data. Read more
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fn map<F, U>(self, map_function: F) -> MapModel<Self, F>where Self: Sized + 'static, F: Fn(Self::Data) -> U + 'static,

Returns a new Model where all elements are mapped by the function map_function. This is a shortcut for MapModel::new().
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fn filter<F>(self, filter_function: F) -> FilterModel<Self, F>where Self: Sized + 'static, F: Fn(&Self::Data) -> bool + 'static,

Returns a new Model where the elements are filtered by the function filter_function. This is a shortcut for FilterModel::new().
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fn sort(self) -> SortModel<Self, AscendingSortHelper>where Self: Sized + 'static, Self::Data: Ord,

Returns a new Model where the elements are sorted ascending. This is a shortcut for SortModel::new_ascending().
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fn sort_by<F>(self, sort_function: F) -> SortModel<Self, F>where Self: Sized + 'static, F: FnMut(&Self::Data, &Self::Data) -> Ordering + 'static,

Returns a new Model where the elements are sorted by the function sort_function. This is a shortcut for SortModel::new().
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const ALIGN: usize = mem::align_of::<T>()

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