Re: Tcl/Tk to Perl/TK Translation Problem
Philippe de Rochambeau <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am having problems translating the following tcl/tk code to perl/tk:
> ============ tcl code ============
> label .controls.sizel -text "Size:"
> grid .controls.quall .controls.quallo .controls.qual .controls.qualhi
> -sticky ew
> grid .controls.sizel .controls.sizesm .controls.size .controls.sizelg
> -sticky ew
> grid .controls.colorl .controls.color -sticky ew
> grid configure .controls.color -columnspan 3
> grid configure .controls.quall .control...Linux Perl-TK -> Win32 Perl-Tk
I've got an app that I wrote in Perl-Tk for Linux (Redhat)
that I would like to run on my Win32 laptop.
I am not interested in dual-booting this laptop but would like
to get the app up an running.
I'm a perl-Tk hack at best. What is the best/easiest way to port the
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 03:01:21 +0000, Michael Seningen wrote:
> I've got an app that I wrote in Perl-Tk for Linux (Redhat) that I would
> like to run on my Win32 laptop.
> I am not interested in dual-booting this laptop but would like to get
> the ap...perl tk equivilent to Tcl/Tk fitToContents
Is there a perlTk equivilent to the TclTk fitToContents command you
can run on a window. By default it seems that it automatically dits
to contents for me, until a user does a manual resize, then it stops...
Randell Pelak wrote:
> Is there a perlTk equivilent to the TclTk fitToContents command you
> can run on a window. By default it seems that it automatically dits
> to contents for me, until a user does a manual resize, then it stops...
So once the user sets the window the way they want, you're going to
change it? Not very user friendly. You could just make the ...Perl::Tk vs Tcl::Tk vs Tkx vs ...?
thanks to Jeff's response i got insight into other possibilities than
Perl::Tk. differences between Perl::Tk and both other modules are
obvious. i've read some materials about Tcl::Tk and Tkx and for me it
seems they are very similar. could you please point some differences?
benefits? etc.? for me it seems both are trying to use Tcl as a middle
tier to avoid producing tones of code - simpler maintainance, thin
layer, more up to date. unfortunately as i understood it is impossible
to reuse Tk::* modules written especially for Perl::Tk but on the
other hand it is possibl...perl -e "use Tk" failed after installing perl tk
Now I want to debug perl script through ptkdb under Windows XP.
I installed perl tk 804.028 using the below command first because
ptkdb depends on perl tk.
ppm install Tk
But some errors pop out when the command(perl -e "use Tk") exec after
installing perl tk,
Can't locate Tk.pm in @INC (@INC contains: C:/Perl/site/lib C:/Perl/
lib .) at -e
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at -e line 1.
ActivePerl: Build 1004
On 19 mai, 15:30, Erik <zhengfen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Now I want to debug perl script thro...Perl/Tk Data Entry using embedding widgets and Tk Events problems.
Referring to S.Lidie book on Mastering Perl/Tk I tried to get the
example starting on page 185 working. The code works well to display
the entry window. I found much more difficult to write to code to
retrieve the users data after entry.
The recommendation of using the callback routine with a second button
still did not allow access to the data entered by the user.
The error reported is:
Tk error:: Can't call method "get" on an udefined value at....
I use Perl 5-8-3 for MS win32 windows.
Has anybody got any success with this example ??
On 7 ...Perl/Tk and Tk 8.5
Is there any word on when the enhancements in Tk 8.5 (Tiles, themes,
better-looking widgets) will be made available in the Perl/Tk port? I
know that ActiveState has made some of this available for awhile in the
"Tkx" module, but I'm interested in cross-platform support and am
wondering when 8.5 will be incorporated in the base "Tk" port module.
[Cross-posted to comp.lang.perl.tk with follow-ups set to go there.]
> Is there any word on when the enhancements in Tk 8.5 (Tiles, themes,
> better-looking widgets) will be made available in the P...Bug in perl tk (Tk::Tree) ?
This simple script below...
use Tk::widgets qw/Tree ItemStyle/;
my $mw = MainWindow->new();
$mw->fontCreate("MyFont", -family=> 'helvetica',
-size => 9, -weight=>'medium');
my $t = $mw->Tree()->pack();
$t->ItemStyle('imagetext', -stylename => 'foobar',
-activeforeground => '#ff0080', -font => 'MyFont',
$t->add('root', -style => &...Porting tk extensions to perl/tk how-to guide
We have a few tk extensions involving direct xlib calls. Is there
any cookbook approach to converting these extensions to perl/tk
extensions, or any general description of the process?
...Perl/Tk Novice....Tk Error ...Help!
Does anynody know and understand the following Tk error -
Possible precedence problem on bitwise ^ operator at
.../blib/lib/Tk/Scale.pm (autosplit into
.../blib/lib/auto/Tk/Scale/Increment.al) line 242.
I'm trying to get a scale value when I click on the slider. Are there
any simple examples of all the pre-ambles required to set up a slider on
a canvas and capture the input from the user ? Any pointers would
behighly appreciated. Thanks much in advance,
...Does Ruby/Tk have all features as perl/Tk or java swing?
I am perl and java programmer. I want to make a quite complex
application using a lot GUI components like Spreadsheet, Menu, Tab
etc..in Ruby. I have tried Ruby for some simple non-GUI applications and
really like the language. It will be time consumming if I start to write
software in Ruby and later find out that it lacks this and that. So
someone have worked much with Ruby/Tk can answer my questions.
1. Does Ruby/Tk have all features as perl/Tk or java swing?
2. Does Ruby have features like Java Applet running in a web browser?
3. JRuby is an interpreter that I can run both java and ...compiling perl/tk widget (outside tk) on win32 ?
i've got a problem, i have my external perl/tk widget, partially
written in C
it works well on linux
when compiling, i'm using Tk::MMutil::TkExtMakefile to build make
file; it somehow recognizes that i'm compiling the widget outside of
Tk itself, at the end it produces Plotviewer.sl dynamic library
when compiling on win32 (win xp, vc60), i get the same message when
building makefile (that it recognized that i'm building the widget
outside of Tk itself) but then it fails
first problem is that it tries to create pTk.dll; not Plotviewer.dll;
second prob...[tk] Equivalent to Perl's Tk::Tiler?
I making arbitrarily large forms and in doing similar in Perl, I've
used Tk::Tiler, a scrollable frame. I'd just pack my various entries
into the form, and set a max size, from which the form would
automatically scroll if the contents were larger than the form size.
I've found a scrollable canvas sample I could use, but worry about the
of resources it might take up. Any pointers?
From: Forrest Chang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [tk] Equivalent to Perl's Tk::Tiler?
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2005 02:17:33 +0900
Message-ID: <81lkyz79...perl tk problem
How can i save my output (from text) by using perl tk.
> How can i save my output (from text) by using perl tk.
My using open, print, close?
What exactly are you trying to accomplish?
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