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Hi Daniel

Take a look at the examples that are in the 'test' subdirectory.

Tklua is "simpler" than TCL/TK,  you don't actually use pack...

a frame,  for example,  will have the list of objects that it
holds,  and so does the the "main window"

test1.lua is very clear about it:

hello = tklabel{text="Hello world!"}
message = tkmain{hello}
ope it helps.

On Wed, Oct 31, 2001 at 05:39:45PM -0500, Daniel Perry wrote:
> Okay, I sound like a real idiot :), but I got it compiled and everything,
> but now, i can't figure out how to use the tcl command `pack'.
>   I have the following tcl code:
> >> entry .input
> >> pack .input -fill x -side bottom
> >> bind .input <Key-Return> {handle_input $sock $line; set line ""}
> >>   .input config -textvar line
> >>
> >> text .output -font {{Courier} 8} -background #000000 -foreground #FFFFFF
> >> pack .output -expand 1 -fill both -side left -anchor nw
> >> scrollbar .scroll -command ".output yview" -orient vertical
> >> pack .scroll -fill y -side right
> >> focus .input
>   which i have the basics already done, but I can't get pack to work (the
> documentation isn't vary detailed on commands, or anything)
>  Anyone help? ;)
>   -daniel

Siome Klein Goldenstein