TK is dead.
First, thanks everyone’s help. Thanks your idea and suggestion.
I did “play” a little bit before with Tk ( with Tcl/Tk, and also Perl/Tk )
Well, if I have a lot of space time, I may like to “play” (try) other toolkit.
But I think, it is may-be good that you focus on one “good” toolkit.
Which can help you a lot, in many applications, in many situations.
( I may-be too greed, many situations may-be means :
many platform support, many languages support, free … etc )
(But nothing is 100% perfect, some is esay to use, some is more portable … etc)
It is really scare me now, about “Tk is dead”.
Can you imagine you try learn one toolkit and no support for it in the future ?
Technologie always evolve, we have OpenGL, directX, … etc who knows later.
And you know Tk, but is old Tk, and not more Tk support for new technologie …
Mmmm… is it still a good choice to learn Tk ?
(Unless, you want learn the design of Tk and came out with new your own toolkit,
if not, is it good for the future to learn Tk ?
Mmm… may-be the Tk is stable now, it can resolve almost 90% of case … )
Anyway. I will try continue play Tk and later FOX.