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I can't seem to get a function to continue after I call another gtk
window class. Basically I need to grab a date from a calendar in one
windows and insert that value into an entry box on the calling window.

Calling Window:
import winCal

def getDate(self, widget):
cimsCal.winCal. dateSelected =
"DATE"

cimsCal.winCal( )

print
"TEST"

self.wTree.get_ widget("entDate ").set_text(cim sCal.winCal.dat eSelected)

WinCal Class:
#!/usr/bin/env python

import
sys

import
pygtk

import
gtk

import
gtk.glade

# Create a class which is the actual program to be
run
class
winCal(gtk.Wind ow):

#
Globals

dateSelected =
""

# This is where we hook in our glade file and connect to the gui
stuff
def
__init__(self):

gladefile =
"cimsGui/cimsgui.glade"

self.windowname =
"winCal"
self.wTree = gtk.glade.XML(g ladefile,
self.windowname )
# Create a dictionary of function
calls
dic = { "on_calendar1_d ay_selected_dou ble_click" :
self.giveDate

}


self.wTree.sign al_autoconnect( dic)


gtk.main()

# Start
Functions

def giveDate(self,
widget):

self.dateSelect ed =
self.wTree.get_ widget("calenda r1").get_date ()

self.wTree.get_ widget("winCal" ).destroy()

if __name__ ==
'__main__':

app = winCal()

After I do this cimsCal.winCal( ) the print "TEST" never happens. What
am I doing wrong.

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Tom Grove

Jul 21 '06 #1
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