Tix documentation for Python

Question!

I've recently starting playing around with Tix in Python, and I'm distressed at the lack of Python documentation for it online. Both the tutorial and book have plenty of code examples in Tcl and none in Python. Googling has turned up no good Python docs.

What do Tix users do for their Python documentation? Do they just learn to read the Tcl docs and convert them in their head to what the code should probably look like in Python?



Answers

I have only just started to look at this myself.

If you create this:

#!/usr/bin/python
import Tix
help(Tix)

save it as tix.py

Make it executable then run it : ./tix.py>tix.txt

you will have all the help in a file which you can view or print later.

This http://tix.sourceforge.net/tixtutorial/index.htm seems to be a good starting point.

By : Buteman


I have noticed too the lack of Python documentation. The docs I've found are only these that come up first as Google searches (with the Python Tix User Guide being the most prominent.

So far, I've done exactly what you describe: mentally convert the Tcl docs.

By : tzot


I haven't used Tix, but perhaps:

import Tix
help(Tix)

?

By : HanClinto


This video can help you solving your question :)
By: admin