[PythonCE] Tk/Tcl Widgets
bandung at skyesystems.com
Fri May 19 16:11:07 CEST 2006
I was thinking something similar in that perhaps we could use a lot of these
tcl components ln the same fashion that we use Tkinter widgets - as black
boxes within our Python framework.
I was eyeing their SSL toolset as an example. Plus I like the file system
proggie. What I want to avoid is having to code in tcl in order to make
mods, like adding my own menus.
Given that there already is a Python/tcl bridge, we should be able to do our
mods via Python.
I also like the fact that there is a console. But I don't want to deal with
tcl in order to develop things or launch other apps. I haven' loaded the
module yet so I could be speaking out of turn here.
Having said all this, I must admit a certain ignorance to what it means to
be drawn into tcl. I suspect that I am partly there. For example, when I
get hung up on understanding how a particular Tkinter widget feature works,
I've seen on more than one occasion that it's due to tcl syntax. Sooo maybe
I'm halfway there :)
I also need to do some quick googling to better understand your IronPython
.Net statement. But boy oh boy, I really do like your dig on this project.
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