Re: a question about wx.App()

Thank u! Your explanation to me is rather explicit! I have found outthe
App() and downloaded wxWidgets 2.8.7, from which i checked out
theapp.cpp file, thank u! But I still have sth confusing me.

1, e.g. there is a method called detachmenubar in the
/src/gtk/frame.cpp, but i cannot find that method in
http://docs.wxwidgets.org/stable/wx_wxframe.html#wxframeoncreatetoolbar,a
class method list for wxframe and vice versa (there is a methodcalled
oncreattoolbar in that list, but it is not in the frame.cppfile). I dont
know why!!

2, we also used the class wx.boxsizer, but there is no file called
boxsizer under wxWidgets 2.8.7. We cannot find that in wxWidgets, why is
that??

3, now i can see the cpp file of app(), cause i downloaded wxWidgets
2.8.7, but i cannot find its source file under my system (Ubuntu 7.10
Gusty, ). The only one i could find in my laptop is wxPython 2.8.4.0.
(there should be wxWidgets or sth like that since usrp_wfm_rcv.py file
is running successfully).

4,there is also a problem causing my headache: OnInit is a method
ofclass stdapp(wx.app), i think it should be run somehow, but i
cannotsee how it is run! there is no object calling this method!

Ispent 48 hours digging for the answers of these kinda problems,
butstill could not find the answers, maybe i am too stupid… i am
verydepressed right now. Hopefully you could help me figure them out.
Thankyou very much!!!

Bill

----- Original Message ----
From: Michael D. [email protected]
To: Bill S. [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 8:54:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] a question about wx.App()

On Mar 25, 2008, at 1:13 AM, Bill S. wrote:

Oops! Could u tell me the location of core.py file? I just found
out the _core.py file, but could not find the core.py. Thank you
again!!!

I’m glad you caught my error … “_core” instead of “_code” :wink:

_core.py and core.so shuld be in the same directory (in your case, /
usr/lib/python2.5/sitepackages/wx-2.8-gtk2-unicode/wx ). The ‘so’ is
a shared library, created by wxPython, and is part of a SWIG interface
into wxWidgets (which is a C++ compiled library and includes).

On Mar 25, 2008, at 1:11 AM, Bill S. wrote:

Thank u for your reply!!! I have searched all of my compute, but
could not find out the wxWidgets! Could u tell me what its path is?
Where is it? I really want to look at the C++ code! Thank u!!!

In order to access those codes, you’ll need the original source
tarball, extract it, and find those files. Depending on your OS-type,
this can be done as part of the code install - or you might need to
download the tarball (e.g., from < http://www.wxwidgets.org/downloads/

), extract it, and then start searching around in it.

For example, if you’re running on MacOS X and using MacPorts, you can
find the original source via:

sudo port -f patch wxWidgets
pushd port dir wxWidgets/work/wxWidgets*

and then search around from there (e.g. “grep -inr ‘wx.App’ .”). I
would guess on most Linux’es, you’re better off just downloading the
original source tarball and working with it … just makes sure you
find the correct version of wxWidgets :wink: - MLD

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