No, I have no good reason :) I am not really familiar with any Python GUI
toolkit other than wxPython. When I realized that wouldn't work, I googled
for Tk because I thought that was the one that ships with Python.
On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 4:57 PM, Sven Neumann <s...@gimp.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-05-29 at 12:34 -0500, Ryan Krauss wrote:
> > This is mildly hackish, but my approach is to pop up a Tk save as
> > dialog:
> > filetypes = [('png files', '*.png'), ('jpg files', '*.jpg'),\
> > ('all files', '.*')]
> > def save_as(initialdir=None, initialfile=None):
> > filename = tkFileDialog.asksaveasfilename(initialdir=initialdir, \
> > initialfile=initialfile,
> > \
> > filetypes=filetypes)
> > return filename
> > It would prettier to do a wxPython gtk one, but that requires a parent
> > frame AFAIK.
> Any particular reason you are not using a GtkFileChooserDialog? That is
> the dialog that the GIMP user expects and knows to use. GTK+ is the only
> toolkit that you can definitely rely on being installed and available.
> GTK+ is part of the GIMP plug-in API.
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