|Regarding Tkinter import error||seshupriya||3/4/10 10:39 AM|
I am trying to develop a simple GUI interface using Tkinter to be
The application runs fine without the GAE.
When i am integrating the application with GAE, i get an error which
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/lib-tk/Tkinter.py", line 41, in <module>
I checked the necessary directories and found that _tkinter exists in
I hope anybody who has faced the similar problem can help me out.
Thanks so much,
|Re: [appengine-python] Regarding Tkinter import error||kish||3/4/10 12:36 PM|
> ImportError: No module named _tkinter, please install the python-tk
|Re: [appengine-python] Regarding Tkinter import error||Nick Johnson (Google)||3/5/10 4:38 AM|
The dev_appserver deliberately disables access to libraries in your site-packages directory, in order to emulate the production environment (since your site-packages directory is not accessible from App Engine).
Normally, the solution is to copy the required libraries into a subdirectory of your app. In the case of this module, however, it requires a native library, which will not function on App Engine.
Also, tkinter, being a windowing interface, would be fundamentally unusable on App Engine even if native libraries were supported. What are you trying to do?
Nick Johnson, Developer Programs Engineer, App Engine
Google Ireland Ltd. :: Registered in Dublin, Ireland, Registration Number: 368047
|Re: Regarding Tkinter import error||seshupriya||3/9/10 8:18 PM|
Thank you for your time.
It solved my problem
On Mar 5, 7:38 am, "Nick Johnson (Google)" <nick.john...@google.com>
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|Re: [appengine-python] Re: Regarding Tkinter import error||kish||3/11/10 10:43 AM|
On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 9:48 AM, seshupriya <sesh...@gmail.com> wrote:Please post your solution as well.