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Mon Apr 6 10:16:29 CEST 2009
On 03.04.2009 15:58, Dave Angel wrote:
> Wolfgang Forstmeier wrote:
>> <snip />
>>> Ok, but do you really use idlelib for something? Or it's just some
>>> random code you found somewhere and drop into your application?
>> Ah yes, I really use this. I create some message boxes for a little
>> GUI application that controls some other program with COM.
>> Running my app without py2exe, just with python, there is no warning
>> at all. This comes in with py2exe first.
>> Here some piece of code that I use for tkMessageBox.
>> from idlelib.OutputWindow import tkMessageBox
>> # Define about message box
>> def about(self):
>> tkMessageBox.showinfo("About", "My little about text box.")
>> # --
>> There is some more GUI programming arround that def in my class, but
>> that uses only Tkinter, should not be interesting for that error.
> So why not use tkMessageBox directly, and skip Idle's namespace wrapping?
> import tkMessageBox
> tkMessageBox.showinfo("About", "My little about text box.")
Hey Dave, thanks a lot, that did the job, because I really does not use
Idle in any other place.
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