app.pathsattribute; that gives a number of operating-system level paths for storing files. As for “how” - you can use any normal Python file system operations.
... hey, wouldn't this be the perfect use case for Python 3.8's assignment expressions?
In : self.content = Box( ...: children=[ ...: (self.sub_box := Box()), ...: ], ...: ) File "<ipython-input-5-f6395d37c8f1>", line 3 (self.sub_box := Box()), ^ SyntaxError: cannot use assignment expressions with attribute
aight folks, i used the briefcase tool to bootstrap my and this was generated
My first application """ import toga from toga.style import Pack from toga.style.pack import COLUMN, ROW class ControlPanel(toga.App): def startup(self): """ Construct and show the Toga application. Usually, you would add your application to a main content box. We then create a main window (with a name matching the app), and show the main window. """ main_box = toga.Box() self.main_window = toga.MainWindow(title=self.formal_name) self.main_window.content = main_box self.main_window.show()
But its telling me there is no module toga.style
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'toga.style'
pip install -U --pre togawill fix it in your local environment.
runbutton in Pycharm