[Tkinter-discuss] Draw a table in Python 3.1
supersimha at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 10:08:05 CEST 2009
Hi Guilherme Polo,
Can you please me in a little detail how to install tktable module with
the python 3.1 version. I really need it badly and since you have used it,
can you please read me through the steps. Also if you have a working Tktable
module, can you please provide it to me. My mail id is supersimha at gmail.com
Thanks in advance
Guilherme Polo wrote:
> 2009/9/3 Peter Milliken <peter.milliken at gmail.com>:
>> BTW, I have been looking at the Tktable from that source and it doesn't
>> like a straightforward process at all! Despite the fact the author of
>> README.txt claims you can build it with cygwin if TEA is installed (not
>> really clear what TEA is although I found a web-page, but the configure
>> script tells me I have it installed on my system :-)), I certainly can't!
>> If you then try and go down the route of using Visual Studio then you run
>> into having to have Tcl8.4 installed - which I don't and since Tcl
>> to be up to 8.5 and 8.6 makes it even harder!
>> So I would suggest that you contact the folk at the sourceforge project
>> ask somebody to email you a pre-built windows set of binaries (and ask
>> to work a bit harder on getting their Windows/cygwin port working :-)).
> I would suggest using the Tcl/Tk distribution from ActiveState, that
> is what I've done to (easily) use tktable on Windows before.
> -- Guilherme H. Polo Goncalves
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