[Tutor] Tkinter's Documentation

adil gourinda rikudou__sennin at live.com
Fri Oct 6 14:41:12 EDT 2017

Thanks, Now it is more clear, So I have to wait for the next version of tkinter if I want someone to listen to me.
From: Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Friday, October 6, 2017 1:39:14 PM
To: adil gourinda
Cc: tutor at python.org
Subject: Re: [Tutor] Tkinter's Documentation

Tkinter is very much alive and has an active developers list. However Tkinter is just a wrapper around Tcl/Tk so there is only activity in Tkinter when there is something new in Tk. But both projects are going strong.

On 6 Oct 2017 12:45 pm, adil gourinda <rikudou__sennin at live.com> wrote:
This link exists in "python library reference under the name "Tkinter reference: a GUI for Python", but after sending an email to them (I wanted to participate with some suggestions) I didn't get any response, So I thought that it is like a dead project, for this reason why I asked for an alternative.
Sorry if my first message was not so clear
From: Tutor <tutor-bounces+rikudou__sennin=outlook.com at python.org> on behalf of Alan Gauld via Tutor <tutor at python.org>
Sent: Friday, October 6, 2017 10:05:27 AM
To: tutor at python.org
Subject: Re: [Tutor] Tkinter's Documentation

On 05/10/17 17:38, adil gourinda wrote:
> Where can i find the reference documentation of "Tkinter"

Tkinter is a module, not part of the language, so it is documented
in the modules section. But the documentation is not 100% complete
and for details you often need to look at the Tk/Tcl documentation

Also there are several Tkinter web sites that offer additional
information. One of the official web pages has links to them.
This is probably the most comprehensive:


And there is a PDF link on their web page.

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