[Tkinter-discuss] Documentation

2017-10-18 Thread adil gourinda
Tkinter is the standart GUI for Python but there is no standart documentation (if possible in PDF forme) even the one included in "python library documentation" is not complete, I know only this link

[Tkinter-discuss] Documentation

2017-10-18 Thread adil gourinda
Hy Tkinter is the standard GUI for Python but there is no standard documentation (if possible in PDF form) even the one included in "python library" is not complete, and after looking outside I found this link

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] Documentation

2017-10-23 Thread adil gourinda
kinter-discuss <tkinter-discuss-bounces+rikudou__sennin=live@python.org> on behalf of Bryan Oakley <bryan.oak...@gmail.com> Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2017 6:29:21 PM To: adil gourinda Cc: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject: Re: [Tkinter-discuss] Documentation No, that link does n

[Tkinter-discuss] Contribution to Tkinter's Documentation

2017-12-17 Thread adil gourinda
Hi Because the official Tkinter's documentation is not complete I have to learn Tcl/Tk language,learning a new language and translate its syntax take a great efforts. So to make things easier for Python's users ,I made this project "Tcl/Tk--|direct

[Tkinter-discuss] Cursors

2017-11-09 Thread adil gourinda
Where the cursors are stored in the file system ? And if I want to make my own cursors, to which file's format I should convert the images? I work on kubuntu 17.04 LTS ___ Tkinter-discuss mailing list Tkinter-discuss@python.org

[Tkinter-discuss] Tk_Get to Tkinter

2017-11-02 Thread adil gourinda
I need help, I want to find an equivalent of Tk_GetPixels and Tk_GetVisual in Tkinter but I don't know how they are mapped to Tkinter and I found the syntax difficult, Does Tk_GetPixels just means "screen units"(cm, inch, mm)? ___ Tkinter-discuss

[Tkinter-discuss] tcl/tk's syntax to python's syntax

2017-10-22 Thread adil gourinda
With the aim to make translation of tcl/tk's syntax to python's syntax more easy I made this flowchart and I ask you to check it. Thanks for your help ttk tcl to ttk python.pdf Description: ttk tcl to ttk python.pdf ___ Tkinter-discuss mailing list

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] tcl/tk's syntax to python's syntax

2017-10-27 Thread adil gourinda
Hy and sorry for my late response  Yes I agree, The translation of Tk pathName is problematic and I was prepared to hear something about this point  but this is my best. The pathname reflect in addition to the widget's name the hierarchy of the widget's parents, I think by knowing the

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] tcl/tk's syntax to python's syntax

2017-10-27 Thread adil gourinda
23, 2017 10:27:19 AM To: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject: Re: [Tkinter-discuss] tcl/tk's syntax to python's syntax Hi, On Sun, 22 Oct 2017 21:11:48 + adil gourinda <rikudou__sen...@live.com> wrote: > With the aim to make translation of tcl/tk's syntax to python's synt

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] Contribution to Tkinter's Documentation

2017-12-31 Thread adil gourinda
which parts of Tkinter you find difficult to understand ? From: Tkinter-discuss on behalf of R Sent: Sunday, December 31, 2017 1:58:00 AM To: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject:

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] Contribution to Tkinter's Documentation

2018-02-04 Thread adil gourinda
After months of work I made a translation of the "Tk toolkit" from "Tcl" to "Python", Please take a look an tell me what you think, The work is not yet complete.

[Tkinter-discuss] Mapping Tcl's arguments to Python's arguments

2018-01-03 Thread adil gourinda
Please can someone illuminate the differences between Tcl's arguments and Python's arguments? After reading a little about tcl/Tk I found that the arguments are written in the forms: 1) -option (the option's name alone is an argument) 2) -option value (with description of value's type) 3) value

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] why from _tkinter import * ? why the underscore

2017-12-31 Thread adil gourinda
where have you seen that example? From: Tkinter-discuss on behalf of R Sent: Sunday, December 31, 2017 1:50:00 AM To: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject: [Tkinter-discuss] why

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] Fixed ratio split screen geometry manager

2018-03-11 Thread adil gourinda
I suggest to use place() geometry manager From: Tkinter-discuss on behalf of Nam Nguyen via Tkinter-discuss Sent: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 6:48:35 PM To:

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] configure command

2018-03-07 Thread adil gourinda
rg> on behalf of Michael Lange <klappn...@web.de> Sent: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 8:46 PM To: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject: Re: [Tkinter-discuss] configure command Hi, On Tue, 6 Mar 2018 16:31:23 + adil gourinda <rikudou__sen...@live.com> wrote: > In your example, i

Re: [Tkinter-discuss] configure command

2018-03-06 Thread adil gourinda
el Lange <klappn...@web.de> Sent: Monday, March 5, 2018 10:41 PM To: tkinter-discuss@python.org Subject: Re: [Tkinter-discuss] configure command Hi, On Sun, 4 Mar 2018 23:26:56 + adil gourinda <rikudou__sen...@outlook.com> wrote: > [cid:132f79be-dacf-4e7a-b0b1-94f5411d267b] >

[Tkinter-discuss] PanedWindow widget

2018-03-03 Thread adil gourinda
I) If you type in IDLE: == import tkinter print(help(tkinter.PanedWindow.paneconfigure)) == you get: == paneconfigure(self, tagOrId, cnf=None, **kw) == I have two questions: -Does "tagOrId" is the equivalent of "window" in TCL? -What is "cnf" parameter which is

[Tkinter-discuss] configure command

2018-03-05 Thread adil gourinda
[cid:132f79be-dacf-4e7a-b0b1-94f5411d267b] By this picture I tried to explain the translation of "configure" command from Tcl to Python configure() method. For the (1) and (3) cases the python's syntax is clear. But for the (2) case where in Tcl I need to write only the option's name without