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Thu Jul 16 13:18:51 CEST 2009
Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
> superpollo wrote:
>>is there a way to dump the content of a turtle window to a file or a
> Why should I want to dump a turtle? They are very benign creatures, dumping
> them is going to hurt them needlessly.
lol. ;-) the title was indeed supposed to stir a bit of curiosity upon
> Without a cheek-in-tongue: how are we supposed to know what a"turtle window"
> is, how you create it, what features it uses? You need to give more
> details, such as the module you are using, on what system that runs and so
in fact i was looking for a *platform independent* way to draw into a
graphics file (say, a postscript or a png) using the turtle module. so i
understand that "dumping a window" is not a good expression... maybe
"redirecting graphics commands to a file instead of a window"?
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