[HELP] TKinter could not run in Python!

Mark Wu wuhy at tcts.seed.net.tw
Sun Nov 14 15:03:01 CET 1999


Dear David:
    I think I already solve this problem. Because I have to use TCL/TK to
develop software, therefore I have to keep the TCL/TK in the update to date
version.
    I trying to uninstall the TCL/TK v8.1 , then reinstall the TCL/TK v8.05,
then I make some modification of my env. and TCL source

1) I set TCL_LIBRARY="the path where you install the TCL lib"
2) then, set TK_LIBRARY="the path where you install the TK lib"
3) Finally, I make some modification of some scripts in the 8.05 version...
4) It works ...

Thanks, I hope could share this experience with you!

Best Regards, Mark


David F Hughes <david at forestfield.co.uk> wrote in message
news:memo.19991113182523.24605A at forestfield.cix.co.uk...
> In article <80i63e$7t4$1 at news.seed.net.tw>, wuhy at tcts.seed.net.tw (Mark
> Wu) wrote:
>
> > TclError: Can't find a usable init.tcl in the following directories:
> >     {d:\progra~1\tcl\lib\tcl8.1} {} ./lib/tcl8.0
> > D:/Python/tcl8.0/library
> > D:/Pyt
> > hon/Tools/library
> >
>   <Snip>
>
> >
> > This probably means that Tcl wasn't installed properly.
>
>
> As another Python newbie, I have just spent a couple of hours grappling
> with the same problem. I tracked it down to copies of Tcl80.dll and
> Tk80.dll that had gotten installed in [Windir]\system. Removing them
> solved the problem.
>
> It was also necessary to tell Python where to find the real Tcl
> installation by adding C:\Progra~1\tcl\bin to the PATH command in
> autoexec.bat - I think this would have been done automatically during the
> Python install, but it had been confused by the above.
>
> I believe that the dll's had been put into the \system directory by a
> (rather garish)Tcl GUI builder called SpecTcl (from SUN microsystems dated
> September 1997) which I had installed to evaluate but decided not to use -
> well anyway, SpecTcl stopped working after removing them!
>
> Regards,
> David Hughes
> Forestfield Software Ltd.
> Horsham, UK.
> [david at forestfield.co.uk]






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