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in reply to Russian input with Tk

I think you're pretty much out of luck until Tk 806 is released - the current version of Tk (804) doesn't support Unicode.

Look on CPAN for Prima. Prima is a full GUI toolkit, similar to Tk. Prima can do Unicode, though, so it should be perfect for you.


it says she can do math, but will she recognize 8 / 0?

We can only hope they've put in those safeguards.

Worst case scenario: She succeeds in dividing by zero, and suddenly little Tiphany-Amber's bedroom becomes the center of a howling vortex of nonspace, frying the neighborhood with sparkling discharges of zero-point energy.

- slashdot

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Re: Re: Russian input with Tk
by mamont (Initiate) on Sep 05, 2003 at 11:44 UTC
    I thought about it a lot, but I have some problems with installing Prima module :( I saw there were some requirements - I have all of the required files, but still I have errors while building a module :(
      If you're running on UNIX, just use the CPAN shell. If you're running on Win32, go to the Prima website (google for "prima perl") and download the Win32 binaries. I had no problems doing it this way.
      it says she can do math, but will she recognize 8 / 0?

      We can only hope they've put in those safeguards.

      Worst case scenario: She succeeds in dividing by zero, and suddenly little Tiphany-Amber's bedroom becomes the center of a howling vortex of nonspace, frying the neighborhood with sparkling discharges of zero-point energy.

      - slashdot