ActiveState Python v2.5 doesn't come with Tkinter or Tk installed.

Dudeja, Rajat rajat.dudeja at
Thu Aug 14 17:44:39 CEST 2008


So, now I've finally started using Eclipse and PyDev as an IDE for my
GUI Application. I just wrote some sample programs as an hands on.

Now I would like to take up Tkinter. I'm using Active State Python
version 2.5 and found that there is not Tkinter and Tk module in it.

To use Tkinter do I actually require Tk installed on my machine? Please
suggest and where can I find both these modules?

Also, please direct me to a good and short document on using Tkinter or
Tk in Python.


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