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Author gpolo
Recipients brett.cannon, gpolo, wordtech
Date 2009-01-03.23:23:36
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> As for the testing question, I am not sure I understand what you are
> asking. Are you asking if the tests can stay integrated with tkinter's
> existing tests?

There are no tests for tkinter, except for some few ones for _tkinter
basic functionality living on Lib/test/
If it is ok I can start a test/ directory inside lib-tk and tkinter
(py3k), I would then prefix ttk file tests with a "ttk".

> Ans as for versions, put it into whatever versions you want to support.
> I was just saying you can do 3.1 only if you don't want to the hassle of
> supporting both versions. If you are up for it then please do both!

Perfect, both then :)
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2009-01-03 23:23:37gpolosetrecipients: + gpolo, brett.cannon, wordtech
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