HELP!!! Installing Blt for Pmw
bernie at 3captus.com
Thu Jan 24 03:08:06 CET 2002
I was in hell too when I try to did the same back a year ago. I don't
remember how I finally solved the problem (So some steps might be
missing). But it's a start:
1) Check environment variable PATH, TCL_LIBRARY, TK_LIBRARY:
2) Copy tcl83.dll and tk83.dll into c:\python21\DLLs
This should work for python 2.1 and PWM and BLT.
Barry Drake wrote:
> I'm having the same problem as others here. I've
> duplicated a previous message below since my setup is
> exactly the same. Copying the .dll and .lib files to
> every concievable subdirectory doesn't seem to work,
> including the Windows System directory.
> Someone must have gotten this to work at sometime in
> the past!!! Any help would be appreciated.
> Barry L. Drake
> Previous posting:
> Dear Pythonistas!
> After having installed successfully Python -
> MageWidgets and
> after having run partially successfully the All.py -
> I ran into a problem when trying to install blt -
> which is
> necessary to execute some of the options in All.py (
> and which
> I'm rather interested to use):
> I'm running Python 2.1 in the ActiveState-flavour
> (including Tcl/Tkinter)
> under WindowsNT 4.0
> I downloaded blt2_4u-for-8_3.exe
> and then tinkered around a lot of time without
> The installer ran "successfully", but I seem not to
> know where to
> install the things correctly (Perhaps the installer
> doesn't know that
> I want to know them with Python?.
> It installs 3 subdirectories:
> but not in the correct place.
> It doesn't seem to modify then registry (hopefully).
> So All.py complains still with:
> "I'm sorry, but btl has not been installed" ... or
> My dir-structure is:
> ( and more ...)
> Could anybody help with hints
> - if I downloaded the correct file
> - what to enter when asked for the install-dir
> - how to get it to run
> (Dirty question, I assume)
> Thanks in advance
> Gregor Lingl
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