Exiting Tkinter when using IDLE

Batista, Facundo FBatista at uniFON.com.ar
Tue Mar 16 01:42:56 CET 2004


Kinda lost throug the mails.

At the end, and taking care of all that considerations, what is the
recommended method to quit?

Thank you all!

.	Facundo








#- -----Mensaje original-----
#- De: kbk at shore.net [mailto:kbk at shore.net]
#- Enviado el: Domingo 14 de Marzo de 2004 10:03 PM
#- Para: python-list at python.org
#- Asunto: Re: Exiting Tkinter when using IDLE
#- 
#- 
#- Jason Harper <JasonHarper at pobox.com> writes:
#- 
#- > In a non-subprocess IDLE, you don't have to hit a 
#- breakpoint to be able
#- > to examine a running Tkinter program.  Both the shell 
#- window and the
#- > user program are fully responsive at the same time.  For 
#- example, you
#- > could type a command to change the appearance of a button, and
#- > IMMEDIATELY try out the button with its new appearance, since the
#- > mainloop is still running.  This ability is lost in a 
#- subprocess IDLE.
#- 
#- OK, another good reason to retain the non-subprocess capability.  The
#- user Tkinter code is mixed in with IDLE's Tkinkter code, but there is
#- a practical use for experimenting with layouts.  To get this to work
#- cleanly, you eliminate the mainloop() call and use destroy():
#- 
#- ===================
#- IDLE without subprocess (-n switch):
#- 
#- from Tkinter import *
#- 
#- class App:
#- 
#-     def __init__(self, master):
#- 
#-         frame = Frame(master)
#-         frame.pack()
#- 
#-         self.button = Button(frame, text="QUIT", fg="red",
#-                              command=self.quit)
#-         self.button.pack(side=LEFT)
#- 
#-         self.hi_there = Button(frame, text="Hello",
#-                                command=self.say_hi)
#-         self.hi_there.pack(side=LEFT)
#- 
#-     def say_hi(self):
#-         print "hi there, everyone!"
#- 
#-     def quit(self):
#-         print "quitting"
#-         a = raw_input("prompt: ")
#-         print a
#-         root.destroy()
#- 
#- root = Tk()
#- app = App(root)
#- 
#- =======================
#- 
#- And, as you say, you can do amusing things like
#- 
#- >>> app.button["text"]
#- 'QUIT'
#- >>> app.button["text"] = "REALLY QUIT"
#- 
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