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Re: Clearing anonymous Tk widgets

by Anonymous Monk
on Aug 31, 2012 at 07:50 UTC ( #990934=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Clearing anonymous Tk widgets

I am trying to develop a config file manager.

Any particular reason?

Have you seen Config::Model/ config-edit#-ui ?

Works pretty well


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Re^2: Clearing anonymous Tk widgets
by murrayn (Acolyte) on Aug 31, 2012 at 09:56 UTC
    Other parts of the config file are much more complex than keyword=value. I wasn't going to confuse my objective with all that stuff. My ultimate objective is to find a means of tracking and controlling something for which I have no means of predicting an identifier. If I can write something like
    my $name = $frm->.....Button(-command=> sub{delete $hash{$name};$name->destroy()};
    that's easy. It's not so easy if I don't know, in advance, how many lines like the above I need nor what to use for the variable name in each case.

      that's easy. It's not so easy if I don't know, in advance, how many lines like the above I need nor what to use for the variable name in each case.

      you don't need lines, you need a loop

      Tk::ObjScanner and Tk::WidgetDump use loops, you can use them too

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