I'm trying to install Tix and I thought the best way to do that is
Windows XP, python 2.3
At the end of the installation, it lets me install Tix into python. I
made sure the paths are right and it tells me to run the demos. This
generated a microsoft error (asked me to send error report).
On the command line, if I tried to run the following:
>>>root = Tix.Tk()
it complains about an invalid command name "lt}]}" in pkgIndex.tcl
so i removed the following lines from that file.
set tail [file join [pwd] $tail]
package ifneeded Tix 8.1[list load $tail Tix]
unset dirs pwd elt tail
It still complains that it can't find tix8183.dll library saying its
either an dependent library or its not found in the library path.
does it work with python 2.3? recompile the source files (means i have
to install a compiler)?
Re: installing Tix
On 19 Aug 2003 12:24:20 -0700, rumours say that firstname.lastname@example.org
(Hank) might have written:
>I'm trying to install Tix and I thought the best way to do that is
Check this post:
This one worked for me (on Windows). I believe I just put the
tix8184.dll in the DLLs folder and the tix8.1 subfolder inside the tcl
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