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Thu Jul 16 14:46:40 CEST 2009
> alex23 wrote:
>> On Jul 16, 9:18 pm, superpollo <u... at example.net> wrote:
>>>lol. ;-) the title was indeed supposed to stir a bit of curiosity upon
>> Which isn't really useful when trying to obtain assistance... you want
>> certainty, not curiosity.
> ok. my bad.
>>>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"?
>> You didn't actually answer Diez question. The turtle module is only a
>> recent (2.6/3.0) addition to Python and is probably obscure enough not
>> to have tracked across everyone's radar.
> actually i am still using 2.3.4, which means that...
>> screen = turtle.Screen()
> ... is not possible
Tested on 2.4:
>>> import turtle
>>> for i in range(4):
I think the big rewrite has happened in 2.6, so the above should also work
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