[PD] who is using [entry]?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Nov 14 16:56:53 CET 2007

On Nov 14, 2007, at 8:14 AM, Patrice Colet wrote:

> Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
>> On Nov 13, 2007, at 6:54 PM, Frank Barknecht wrote:
>>> Hallo,
>>> Hans-Christoph Steiner hat gesagt: // Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>>>> Now I am going to apply what I have learned to a how library  
>>>> based on
>>>> the Tk widgets.  I am naming them after the Tk widgets, so that  
>>>> would
>>>> mean making an object called [entry] with is a text entry box, and
>>>> renaming the currently [entry] to [text].
>>> As [text] is a pretty common word, that could mean anything, it came
>>> to my mind: Do you plan some kind of namespace for the new GUI
>>> objects?
>> I want to keep the same names as the Tk widgets, that's why I  
>> chose  that name.  That way it's very easy to use the Tk docs for  
>> these  widgets.  The options are the same too.  It will be in the  
>> lib  tkwidgets, so tkwidgets/text will always be possible.   
>> Hopefully this  doesn't cause any problems.
>> These are the widgets I plan on implementing:
>> http://puredata.info/dev/TkWidget
>> .hc
> Very nice!
>  I see you propose to draw a rectangle, what about other shapes?
>  I'm particulary interested by the line.

Hmm, did I add that?  I guess so...  I don't think I'll include any  
shapes in this, just Tk widgets.  For shapes, use data structures.   
Or for just a rectangle there is [cnv], [grid], [gcanvas] and maybe  

> Also, how would we proceed for binding with this set of patches?

Binding what to what?  Using [canvas_name], [window_name], and  
[sys_gui], (or toxy) you can interact with the widgets on a Tcl/Tk  
level, then you can do all sorts of stuff.



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