From: herbert breunung <deirdre_skye@we...> - 2005-10-14 14:47:54
EVT_SPINCTRL wants to have 3 arguments (parentframe chosen item and
pointer to sub)
but in the sub you get in @_ only parent frame and eventhandler.
this behaviour differs from other where you always get a selfpointer
sometimes additionally the pointer to parentframe.
therefore i suppose there is somthing wrong.
> EVT_SPINCTRL wants to have 3 arguments (parentframe chosen=
> pointer to sub)
> but in the sub you get in @_ only parent=
frame and eventhandler.
> this behaviour differs from other where you a=
lways get a selfpointer
> sometimes additionally the pointer to parentf=
> therefore i suppose there is somthing wrong.
I do not under=
stand: I expect EVT_SPINCTRL to work
like, for example, EVT_BUTTON. From=
your description it seems
it indeed works like EVT_BUTTON but this beha=
Is this a correct description?
From: herbert breunung <deirdre_skye@we...> - 2005-10-15 20:25:29
ok i understand, without explaining my weird logic with that i tried to
understand that i think it woul be generally easie to write an
EVT-sub when always you can get pointer to the triggered widged.
By the way my talk about wxperl in front of our german
perl-community(de.perl.org) was an sucess. maybe most important idea
from there was that it would it be nice to have an easy-like-tk
interface to wx where it is possible or it make sense. of course that
could/should make somebode else , you have enough to do with wxPerl. I
thought that maybe i could do but i also dont have the time, i even have
several opensource and open content projects going on. And so far i
understand perl6 and there will be an wxperl for it we will have this
automaticly by perl 6 syntax.
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