Filetypes in get-open-file
martin.buchmann at googlemail.com
Wed Dec 14 07:36:51 UTC 2016
did the trick! I am running OS X 10.10.5 and 'which wish‘ leads
so i guess it is the version coming with the system. I havn’t installed anything using homebrew.
You are of course totally right regarding *. It failed from time to time but than worked perfect again. I guess that’s a pretty noob error I ran into here.
Thanks for your help!
> Am 14.12.2016 um 05:24 schrieb Jason Miller <jason at milr.com>:
> Quoting Martin Buchmann (2016-12-13 11:54:06)
>> I am trying a create a little gui using ltk which has an open file button using get-open-file. It works fine besides the fact that I cannot select any file. I played around with the filetypes keyword but could not get it running and could not find anything in the net so far which helped me. I actually do not care about the filetype at all.
>> I have installed ltk via quicklisp on OS X using sbcl.
> Which version of OS X? Are you using the system wish, or a version
> installed from macports/homebrew?
>> (defun test ()
>> (ltk:with-ltk ()
>> (let* ((datei (make-instance 'ltk:button
>> :master nil
>> :text "Datei"
>> :command (lambda ()
>> (print (ltk:get-open-file :filetypes '(("All Files" "*"))
>> :title "Open"))))))
>> (ltk:wm-title ltk:*tk* "Test")
>> (ltk:pack datei))))
> This worked fine for me.
>> I get a nice button, the open file dialog opens but all file in the current directory are gray and not selectable. What am I missing?
>> If I choose
>> :filetypes *
>> it works but that’s very different from what I have expected.
> That probably only works because the last item from the REPL is nil;
> :filetypes nil ought to work. (The special variable CL:* is equal to the
> last value returned at the REPL).
>> Thanks for any advice
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