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Re: ptkdb module using Tkx?

by zentara (Archbishop)
on Jan 19, 2012 at 17:09 UTC ( #948820=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to ptkdb module using Tkx?

It's wrong to assume that Tk has evolved to Tkx. ActiveStatePerl's supported version of Tk, has evolved to Tkx, but plain old Tk will still run on ActiveStatePerl. The problem it seems, is that like the shifting wind blown sand dunes in the desert, the various binary builds for various Tk releases seem to move around, hide, and are not clearly identified. Maybe ActiveState wants it that way?

I know the binary Tk build for your Windows architecture is out there, maybe someone can point you to it, unless you want to move to Tkx.

Doesn't Tkx have it's own debugger GUI?

Another far out option, is to run the Tkx and Tk eventloop simultaneously, by running one as master loop, and the other as a slave loop, which you pump frequently with a timer. It works surprisingly well, see Wx with Tk for example.

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Re^2: ptkdb module using Tkx?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 20, 2012 at 02:32 UTC
      That part must not be automated, because some parts of kobesearch have not been updated for quite a while. I don't think new modules are even showing up (though new versions of existing modules are).

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[moritz]: seems there's a size limit for hostenum, and the error message just sucks
[vrk]: None, other than the location of the error: auto/NetAddr/IP/
[vrk]: Aha, there's a reference to "bug report 82719" in NetAddr/'s sub _splitref.
[moritz]: wow, that's their idea of an "improved error message"
[moritz]: how about "This network is too large to enumerate all host addresses." or so?
[vrk]: Well, there's a call to notcontiguous() before the error, whose description is "counts the bit positions remaining in the mask when the rightmost '0's are removed"
[vrk]: Clear as mud!

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