corour01 at motorola.com
Tue Mar 20 18:47:56 CET 2001
I hope someone can help me because this problem is driving me mad.....
I am creating a GUI system in Python.
Each window is a class and launches ok on it's own.
Classes: AuditResync.py* GuiSelection.py* System.py* Cell.py* InitialWin.py* EnvVar.py*
There is one Initial selection window (InitialWin.py) which contains several button each of which destroys the current window and launches a new one whcih is an instance of one of the other 4 classes.
I am getting a NameError (below) even though the classes does exist and launch perfectly as a stand-alone. I have imported imported thef iles I am trying to access too. The first instance created of a window launches fine and when I replace that with another window everything is still fine. However if I go back to a window that I had already visited then this is where the error arises.
Exception in Tkinter callback
Traceback (innermost last):
File "/usr/vob/omc_reference/ThirdParty/scriptSources/lib/python1.5/lib-tk/Tkinter.py", line 764, in __call__
return apply(self.func, args)
File "AuditResync.py", line 54, in newGui
Has anyone else had any similar errors or knows of any possible causes?
Thanks a lot,
Clodagh O' Rourke
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