[Tkinter-discuss] How do I identify which menu item has bee selected?
ggpolo at gmail.com
Wed Aug 19 16:27:34 CEST 2009
2009/8/19 Francesco Bochicchio <bieffe62 at gmail.com>:
> 2009/8/19 Cameron Laird <Cameron at phaseit.net>
>> On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 10:53:07AM +0200, Francesco Bochicchio wrote:
>> [much valuable detail]
>> > P.S : in case you don't know, unlike Java, Python has not a 'default
>> > widget
>> > set', that you must use if you are coding in python.
>> > Instead, you can use several among the most popular widget toolkits
>> > (Gtk+,
>> > Qt, ... ), even Swing if you use the java version of python (Jython),
>> > which
>> > is a bit behind as language version (stable supports Python 2.5, beta
>> > supports Python 2.6).
>> > Tkinter has the advantage of being bundled with python (for the others
>> > you
>> > have to dounload and install additional modules) and surely is suitable
>> > for
>> > many tasks, especially if for you functionality is more important than
>> > look
>> > (although with a bit of effort Tk GUI can also look cool, see for
>> > instance
>> > aMSN, a clone of mSN Messanger written using the same toolkit of
>> > Tkinter,
>> > but not in Python).
>> I don't understand the distinction you're drawing between Python
>> and Java. What is Java's "default widget set"? AWT? JFC? But
>> what about, for example, Thinlet?
> Since the OP seemed to link too close Python to Tkinter ( or at list I read
> it that way )
I don't see how, honestly. He started saying "Hi - am using python 2.6
and Tkinter 8.5.", how does that link too close Python to Tkinter ?
Plus, this is a tkinter list, I don't know what are you expecting
(hopefully not that people post offtopic questions just to show they
use another toolkit).
-- Guilherme H. Polo Goncalves
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