Trouble with Tkinter under IDLE
alander at nortelnetworks.com
Wed Apr 12 00:00:49 CEST 2000
tjg at avalongroup.net (Timothy Grant) wrote in
<38F37BF9.DCAB3570 at exceptionalminds.com>:
>I believe that the solution is *not* to call mainloop() from your
>programme as it is conflicting with the mainloop() of IDLE. Though I
>don't use IDLE, I do believe that the mainloop in IDLE will allow your
>code to run correctly without you calling it.
Indeed. That seems to be the case.
Looking through the Tkinter.py source, it seems that there is a variable
called _default_root which wants to be set to the default root window. Is
the normal procedure to check this variable and use it as the root window
if it's defined?
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