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Re: Tkinter-discuss Digest, Vol 89, Issue 5

Guido Carballo-Guerrero
George;

I haven't install python 3.1, and as far as I knew, 3.1 was a little bit different than 2.7 with respect to ttk, or maybe is python 3.2. By the way, why you're installing 3.1 instead of 3.2? You know, 3.2 is the latest version, maybe installing this version is easier, but any way, this is what I did to make 2.7 work with ttk:

1. download the source code and not the installer package
2. uncompress the file--the computer does this automatically for you
3. go where the package was uncompress using the terminal--oper a terminal, and type: ls ~/Downloads/python..., instead of the points write the name of the folder that was created when you uncompress the file you download
4. type the following commands one at a time and press enter for each command:

./configure --enable-universalsdk --enable-framework
make
make frameworkinstall

After this Python should be already install in your computer, and you should be able to use ttk. Remember that to import ttk on version 3.x you should do: import tkinter.ttk

I'm in the process of writing a tutorial of Python, maybe it can help you, this is the link:


Regards!

Guido

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  1. Python3.1 mac os (Georges Arsouze)

From: Georges Arsouze <[hidden email]>
Date: July 15, 2011 6:37:34 AM GMT-03:00
Subject: [Tkinter-discuss] Python3.1 mac os


Hi
sorry for my poor english
1) I'm working on mac os  snow leopard 10.6 and python 3.1
I want to use the ttk and tix widgets

 I have an error message : require tile

On the mailing list i see

I think that it is probably much easier to install the tile extension 
for Tk-8.4 than upgrading Tcl/Tk and Python to Tk-8.5 . You can look 
for tile packages here: 
   http://sourceforge.net/projects/tktable/files/
and once tile is installed you can use ttk just as if you had Tk-8.5 . 

I hope this helps 

Michael 

What can i do for installing tile ?

2)I try pyhon 3.2 from activate state
Tcl/tk is in version 5
but idle crash

can you help me ? I'm beginning with python

regards




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Re: Tkinter-discuss Digest, Vol 89, Issue 5

Ned Deily
In article <[hidden email]>,
 Guido Carballo-Guerrero <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I haven't install python 3.1, and as far as I knew, 3.1 was a little bit
> different than 2.7 with respect to ttk, or maybe is python 3.2. By the way,
> why you're installing 3.1 instead of 3.2? You know, 3.2 is the latest
> version, maybe installing this version is easier, but any way, this is what I
> did to make 2.7 work with ttk:
>
> 1. download the source code and not the installer package
> 2. uncompress the file--the computer does this automatically for you
> 3. go where the package was uncompress using the terminal--oper a terminal,
> and type: ls ~/Downloads/python..., instead of the points write the name of
> the folder that was created when you uncompress the file you download
> 4. type the following commands one at a time and press enter for each
> command:
>
> ./configure --enable-universalsdk --enable-framework
> make
> make frameworkinstall
>
> After this Python should be already install in your computer, and you should
> be able to use ttk. Remember that to import ttk on version 3.x you should do:
> import tkinter.ttk

There is no need to build Python from source to use ttk on current Mac
OS X systems.   Just download the python.org 64-/32- bit installers for
Python 2.7 or 3.2 and ActiveState Tcl/Tk 8.5.  More details here:

http://www.python.org/download/mac/tcltk/

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 Ned Deily,
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