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Removes each of the \fIslave\fRs from grid for its
master and unmaps their windows.
The slaves will no longer be managed by the grid geometry manager.
The configuration options for that window are forgotten, so that if the
slave is managed once more by the grid geometry manager, the initial
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.TP
\fBgrid info \fIslave\fR
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Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the slave given by \fIslave\fR in the same option-value form that
might be specified to \fBgrid configure\fR.
The first two elements of the list are
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Removes each of the \fIslave\fRs from grid for its
master and unmaps their windows.
The slaves will no longer be managed by the grid geometry manager.
However, the configuration options for that window are remembered,
so that if the
slave is managed once more by the grid geometry manager, the previous
values are retained.








.TP
\fBgrid size \fImaster\fR
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Returns the size of the grid (in columns then rows) for \fImaster\fR.
The size is determined either by the \fIslave\fR occupying the largest
row or column, or the largest column or row with a \fB\-minsize\fR,
\fB\-weight\fR, or \fB\-pad\fR that is non-zero.






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Removes each of the \fIslave\fRs from grid for its
master and unmaps their windows.
The slaves will no longer be managed by the grid geometry manager.
The configuration options for that window are forgotten, so that if the
slave is managed once more by the grid geometry manager, the initial
default settings are used.
.RS
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.VS TIP518
If the last slave of the master becomes unmanaged, this will also send
the virtual event \fB<<NoManagedChild>>\fR to the master; the master
may choose to resize itself (or otherwise respond) to such a change.
.VE TIP518
.RE
.TP
\fBgrid info \fIslave\fR
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Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the slave given by \fIslave\fR in the same option-value form that
might be specified to \fBgrid configure\fR.
The first two elements of the list are
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Removes each of the \fIslave\fRs from grid for its
master and unmaps their windows.
The slaves will no longer be managed by the grid geometry manager.
However, the configuration options for that window are remembered,
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values are retained.
.RS
.PP
.VS TIP518
If the last slave of the master becomes unmanaged, this will also send
the virtual event \fB<<NoManagedChild>>\fR to the master; the master
may choose to resize itself (or otherwise respond) to such a change.
.VE TIP518
.RE
.TP
\fBgrid size \fImaster\fR
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Returns the size of the grid (in columns then rows) for \fImaster\fR.
The size is determined either by the \fIslave\fR occupying the largest
row or column, or the largest column or row with a \fB\-minsize\fR,
\fB\-weight\fR, or \fB\-pad\fR that is non-zero.

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\fBpack forget \fIslave \fR?\fIslave ...\fR?
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\fBpack info \fIslave\fR
Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the slave given by \fIslave\fR in the same option-value form that
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If the last slave of the master becomes unmanaged, this will also send
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\fBpack info \fIslave\fR
Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the slave given by \fIslave\fR in the same option-value form that
might be specified to \fBpack configure\fR.
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.QW "\fB\-in \fImaster\fR"

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    int realWidth, realHeight;	/* Actual size layout should take-up. */
    int usedX, usedY;

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     * If the master has no slaves anymore, then don't do anything at all:
     * just leave the master's size as-is. Otherwise there is no way to
     * "relinquish" control over the master so another geometry manager can
     * take over.
     */

    if (masterPtr->slavePtr == NULL) {
	return;
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    SetGridSize(slavePtr->masterPtr);
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    /*
     * If we have emptied this master from slaves it means we are no longer
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    if ((masterPtr->slavePtr == NULL) && (masterPtr->flags & ALLOCED_MASTER)) {
	TkFreeGeometryMaster(masterPtr->tkwin, "grid");
	masterPtr->flags &= ~ALLOCED_MASTER;

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    SetGridSize(masterPtr);

    /*
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    if (masterPtr->slavePtr == NULL && masterPtr->flags & ALLOCED_MASTER) {
	TkFreeGeometryMaster(masterPtr->tkwin, "grid");
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    return TCL_OK;
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     * If the master has no slaves anymore, then don't change the master size.
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    /*
     * If we have emptied this master from slaves it means we are no longer
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     * being no managed children inside it.
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    if ((masterPtr->slavePtr == NULL) && (masterPtr->flags & ALLOCED_MASTER)) {
	TkFreeGeometryMaster(masterPtr->tkwin, "grid");
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    SetGridSize(masterPtr);

    /*
     * If we have emptied this master from slaves it means we are no longer
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     * Send the event "NoManagedChild" to the master to inform it about there
     * being no managed children inside it.
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	masterPtr->flags &= ~ALLOCED_MASTER;
	TkSendVirtualEvent(masterPtr->tkwin, "NoManagedChild", NULL);
    }

    return TCL_OK;
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     * If the master has no slaves anymore, then don't do anything at all:
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     */

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/*
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} -result ok


test grid-18.1 {test respect for internalborder} -body {
    toplevel .pack
    wm geometry .pack 200x200
    frame .pack.l -width 15 -height 10
    labelframe .pack.lf -labelwidget .pack.l
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    update
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    update
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test grid-24.1 {<<NoManagedChild>> fires on last grid forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    grid forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    grid_reset 24.1
} -result {1}
test grid-24.2 {<<NoManagedChild>> fires on last grid remove} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    grid remove .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    grid_reset 24.2
} -result {1}
test grid-24.3 {<<NoManagedChild>> fires on last gridded child destruction} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {incr A}
    destroy .1
    update
    set A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
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} -result {1}
test grid-24.4 {<Configure> does not fire on last grid forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <Configure> {set A 1}
    grid forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
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test grid-24.5 {<Configure> fires on forelast grid forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    grid [frame .2]
    update
    bind . <Configure> {set A 1}
    grid forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <Configure> {}
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test grid-24.6 {<<NoManagedChild>> does not fire on forelast grid forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    grid [frame .2]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    grid forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
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test grid-24.7 {<<NoManagedChild>> does not fire on grid anchor} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    grid anchor . w
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    grid anchor . nw
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    grid_reset 24.7
} -result {0}
test grid-24.8 {<<NoManagedChild>> does not fire on last grid forget if propagation is off} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    grid [frame .1]
    grid propagate . 0
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    grid forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
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# This file is a Tcl script to test out the "pack" command
# of Tk.  It is organized in the standard fashion for Tcl tests.
#
# Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California.
# Copyright (c) 1994 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 1998-1999 by Scriptics Corporation.
# All rights reserved.

package require tcltest 2.2
................................................................................
    label .pack.$i.label -text $i -relief raised
    place .pack.$i.label -relwidth 1.0 -relheight 1.0
}
.pack.a config -width 20 -height 40
.pack.b config -width 50 -height 30
.pack.c config -width 80 -height 80
.pack.d config -width 40 -height 30

test pack-1.1 {-side option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx {5 15} -fill x
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
} -result {280x40+5+0 300x160+0+40}

test pack-2.22 {x padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -padx 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -padx]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -ipadx 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -ipadx]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
    expr {$res1 eq $res2}
} -result 1


test pack-3.1 {y padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right -pady 20
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipady 5 -pady {1 19} -fill y
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
} -result {20x50+140+1 300x130+0+70}

test pack-3.22 {y padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -pady 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -pady]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -ipady 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -ipady]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
    expr {$res1 eq $res2}
} -result 1


test pack-4.1 {anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor n
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.a
................................................................................
test pack-4.9 {anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor center
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.a
} -result {30x70+135+65}


# Repeat above tests, but with a frame that isn't at (0,0), so that
# we can be sure that the frame offset is being added in correctly.

test pack-5.1 {more anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side  top
    pack .pack.c -side left
    pack .pack.b -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor center
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.b
} -result {60x60+160+90}


test pack-6.1 {-expand option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side left
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b] \
................................................................................
    pack .pack.b -side top -expand yes -fill both
    pack .pack.c -side right -expand 1 -fill both
    pack .pack.d -side bottom -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.c] [winfo geometry .pack.d]
} -result {100x200+0+0 200x100+100+0 160x100+140+100 40x100+100+100}

test pack-6.12 {-expand option} -setup {
    toplevel .pack2 -height 400 -width 400
    wm geometry .pack2 +0+0
    pack propagate .pack2 0
    foreach i {w1 w2 w3} {
        frame .pack2.$i -width 30 -height 30 -bd 2 -relief raised
        label .pack2.$i.l -text $i
................................................................................
    pack .pack2.w1 .pack2.w2 .pack2.w3 -padx 5 -ipadx 4 -pady 2 \
        -ipady 6 -expand 1 -side top
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack2.w1] [winfo geometry .pack2.w2] [winfo geometry .pack2.w3]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack2
} -result {38x42+181+45 38x42+181+178 38x42+181+312}


wm geometry .pack {}
test pack-7.1 {requesting size for parent} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side left -padx 5 -pady 10
    update
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right
    pack .pack.c -side bottom
    pack .pack.d -side top
    update
    list [winfo reqwidth .pack] [winfo reqheight .pack]
} -result {100 110}


# For the tests below, create a couple of "pad" windows to shrink
# the available space for the remaining windows.  The tests have to
# be done this way rather than shrinking the whole window, because
# some window managers like mwm won't let a top-level window get
# very small.

................................................................................
test pack-8.9 {insufficient space} -body {
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo ismapped .pack.a] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo ismapped .pack.b] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.c] [winfo ismapped .pack.c]
} -result {20x40+0+20 1 50x30+100+25 1 80x80+20+0 1}
pack forget .pack.right .pack.bottom


test pack-9.1 {window ordering} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side top
    pack .pack.a -after .pack.b
    pack slaves .pack
} -result {.pack.b .pack.a .pack.c .pack.d}
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
    pack .pack.a .pack.c .pack.d .pack.b -after .pack.a
    pack slaves .pack
} -result {.pack.a .pack.c .pack.d .pack.b}


test pack-10.1 {retaining/clearing configuration state} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side bottom -anchor n -padx 1 -pady 2 -ipadx 3 -ipady 4 \
    -fill both -expand 1
    pack forget .pack.a
    pack .pack.a
................................................................................
} -result {{} {}}
test pack-10.4 {bad -in window does not change master} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    winfo manager .pack.a
    pack .pack.a -in .pack.a
} -returnCodes error -result {can't pack .pack.a inside itself}


test pack-11.1 {info option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -in .pack
    set i [pack info .pack.a]
    lindex $i [expr [lsearch -exact $i -in]+1]
................................................................................
test pack-11.19 {info option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right
    set i [pack info .pack.a]
    lindex $i [expr [lsearch -exact $i -side]+1]
} -result right


test pack-12.1 {command options and errors} -body {
    pack
} -returnCodes error -result {wrong # args: should be "pack option arg ?arg ...?"}
test pack-12.2 {command options and errors} -body {
    pack foo
} -returnCodes error -result {wrong # args: should be "pack option arg ?arg ...?"}
................................................................................
} -returnCodes ok -result {}
test pack-12.46 {command options and errors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack lousy .pack
} -returnCodes error -result {bad option "lousy": must be configure, forget, info, propagate, or slaves}


test pack-13.1 {window deletion} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d .pack.right .pack.bottom
} -body {
    pack .pack.right -side right
    pack .pack.bottom -side bottom
    pack .pack.a .pack.d .pack.b .pack.c -side top
    update
    destroy .pack.d
    update
    set result [list [pack slaves .pack] [winfo geometry .pack.a] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo geometry .pack.c]]
} -result {{.pack.right .pack.bottom .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c} 20x40+30+0 50x30+15+40 80x80+0+70}


test pack-14.1 {respond to changes in expansion} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d .pack.right .pack.bottom
} -body {
    pack .pack.right -side right
    pack .pack.bottom -side bottom
    wm geom .pack {}
................................................................................
    pack .pack.a -before .pack.b -side top
    update
    lappend result [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack.f1 .pack.f2
} -result {50x16+25+22 1 50x16+25+22 0}


test pack-16.1 {geometry manager name} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
    set result {}
} -body {
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
    pack .pack.a
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
    pack forget .pack.a
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
} -result {{} pack {}}


test pack-17.1 {PackLostSlaveProc procedure} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a
    update
    place .pack.a -x 40 -y 10
................................................................................
    place .pack.a -x 40 -y 10
    update
    winfo manager .pack.a
    winfo geometry .pack.a
    pack info .pack.a
} -returnCodes error -result {window ".pack.a" isn't packed}


test pack-18.1 {unmap slaves when master unmapped} -constraints {
    tempNotPc
} -setup {
    eval destroy [winfo child .pack]
} -body {

    # adjust the position of .pack before test to avoid a screen switch
    # that occurs with window managers that have desktops four times as big
    # as the screen (screen switch causes scale and other tests to fail).

    wm geometry .pack +100+100

    # On the PC, when the width/height is configured while the window is
................................................................................
    wm deiconify .pack
    update
    lappend result [winfo ismapped .pack.a]
} -result {1 0 200 75 0 1}
test pack-18.2 {unmap slaves when master unmapped} -setup {
    eval destroy [winfo child .pack]
} -body {

    # adjust the position of .pack before test to avoid a screen switch
    # that occurs with window managers that have desktops four times as big
    # as the screen (screen switch causes scale and other tests to fail).

    wm geometry .pack +100+100
    frame .pack.a -relief raised -bd 2
    frame .pack.b -width 70 -height 30 -relief sunken -bd 2
................................................................................
    update
    lappend result [winfo width .pack.b ] [winfo height .pack.b] \
    [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
    wm deiconify .pack
    update
    lappend result [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
} -result {1 0 100 30 0 1}


test pack-19.1 {test respect for internalborder} -setup {
    catch {eval pack forget [pack slaves .pack]}
    destroy .pack.l .pack.lf
} -body {
    wm geometry .pack 200x200
    frame .pack.l -width 15 -height 10
................................................................................
    .pack.lf configure -labelanchor ws
    update
    lappend res [winfo geometry .pack.lf]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack.l .pack.lf
} -result {162x127+0+0 172x112+0+0}

























































































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# This file is a Tcl script to test out the "pack" command of Tk.  It is
# organized in the standard fashion for Tcl tests.
#
# Copyright (c) 1993 The Regents of the University of California.
# Copyright (c) 1994 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 1998-1999 by Scriptics Corporation.
# All rights reserved.

package require tcltest 2.2
................................................................................
    label .pack.$i.label -text $i -relief raised
    place .pack.$i.label -relwidth 1.0 -relheight 1.0
}
.pack.a config -width 20 -height 40
.pack.b config -width 50 -height 30
.pack.c config -width 80 -height 80
.pack.d config -width 40 -height 30
 
test pack-1.1 {-side option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx {5 15} -fill x
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
} -result {280x40+5+0 300x160+0+40}

test pack-2.22 {x padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -padx 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -padx]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -ipadx 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -ipadx]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
    expr {$res1 eq $res2}
} -result 1


test pack-3.1 {y padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right -pady 20
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipady 5 -pady {1 19} -fill y
    pack .pack.b -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b]
} -result {20x50+140+1 300x130+0+70}

test pack-3.22 {y padding and filling} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -pady 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -pady]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -ipady 1c
    set x [pack info .pack.a]
    set res1 [lindex $x [expr [lsearch -exact $x -ipady]+1]]
    set res2 [winfo pixels .pack 1c]
    expr {$res1 eq $res2}
} -result 1


test pack-4.1 {anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor n
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.a
................................................................................
test pack-4.9 {anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor center
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.a
} -result {30x70+135+65}


# Repeat above tests, but with a frame that isn't at (0,0), so that
# we can be sure that the frame offset is being added in correctly.

test pack-5.1 {more anchors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side  top
    pack .pack.c -side left
    pack .pack.b -side top -ipadx 5 -padx 10 -ipady 15 -pady 20 -expand y -anchor center
    update
    winfo geometry .pack.b
} -result {60x60+160+90}


test pack-6.1 {-expand option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side left
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b] \
................................................................................
    pack .pack.b -side top -expand yes -fill both
    pack .pack.c -side right -expand 1 -fill both
    pack .pack.d -side bottom -expand yes -fill both
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo geometry .pack.b] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.c] [winfo geometry .pack.d]
} -result {100x200+0+0 200x100+100+0 160x100+140+100 40x100+100+100}

test pack-6.12 {-expand option} -setup {
    toplevel .pack2 -height 400 -width 400
    wm geometry .pack2 +0+0
    pack propagate .pack2 0
    foreach i {w1 w2 w3} {
        frame .pack2.$i -width 30 -height 30 -bd 2 -relief raised
        label .pack2.$i.l -text $i
................................................................................
    pack .pack2.w1 .pack2.w2 .pack2.w3 -padx 5 -ipadx 4 -pady 2 \
        -ipady 6 -expand 1 -side top
    update
    list [winfo geometry .pack2.w1] [winfo geometry .pack2.w2] [winfo geometry .pack2.w3]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack2
} -result {38x42+181+45 38x42+181+178 38x42+181+312}


wm geometry .pack {}
test pack-7.1 {requesting size for parent} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side left -padx 5 -pady 10
    update
................................................................................
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right
    pack .pack.c -side bottom
    pack .pack.d -side top
    update
    list [winfo reqwidth .pack] [winfo reqheight .pack]
} -result {100 110}


# For the tests below, create a couple of "pad" windows to shrink
# the available space for the remaining windows.  The tests have to
# be done this way rather than shrinking the whole window, because
# some window managers like mwm won't let a top-level window get
# very small.

................................................................................
test pack-8.9 {insufficient space} -body {
    list [winfo geometry .pack.a] [winfo ismapped .pack.a] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo ismapped .pack.b] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.c] [winfo ismapped .pack.c]
} -result {20x40+0+20 1 50x30+100+25 1 80x80+20+0 1}
pack forget .pack.right .pack.bottom


test pack-9.1 {window ordering} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d -side top
    pack .pack.a -after .pack.b
    pack slaves .pack
} -result {.pack.b .pack.a .pack.c .pack.d}
................................................................................
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
    pack .pack.a .pack.c .pack.d .pack.b -after .pack.a
    pack slaves .pack
} -result {.pack.a .pack.c .pack.d .pack.b}


test pack-10.1 {retaining/clearing configuration state} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side bottom -anchor n -padx 1 -pady 2 -ipadx 3 -ipady 4 \
    -fill both -expand 1
    pack forget .pack.a
    pack .pack.a
................................................................................
} -result {{} {}}
test pack-10.4 {bad -in window does not change master} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    winfo manager .pack.a
    pack .pack.a -in .pack.a
} -returnCodes error -result {can't pack .pack.a inside itself}


test pack-11.1 {info option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -in .pack
    set i [pack info .pack.a]
    lindex $i [expr [lsearch -exact $i -in]+1]
................................................................................
test pack-11.19 {info option} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a -side right
    set i [pack info .pack.a]
    lindex $i [expr [lsearch -exact $i -side]+1]
} -result right


test pack-12.1 {command options and errors} -body {
    pack
} -returnCodes error -result {wrong # args: should be "pack option arg ?arg ...?"}
test pack-12.2 {command options and errors} -body {
    pack foo
} -returnCodes error -result {wrong # args: should be "pack option arg ?arg ...?"}
................................................................................
} -returnCodes ok -result {}
test pack-12.46 {command options and errors} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack lousy .pack
} -returnCodes error -result {bad option "lousy": must be configure, forget, info, propagate, or slaves}


test pack-13.1 {window deletion} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d .pack.right .pack.bottom
} -body {
    pack .pack.right -side right
    pack .pack.bottom -side bottom
    pack .pack.a .pack.d .pack.b .pack.c -side top
    update
    destroy .pack.d
    update
    set result [list [pack slaves .pack] [winfo geometry .pack.a] \
        [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo geometry .pack.c]]
} -result {{.pack.right .pack.bottom .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c} 20x40+30+0 50x30+15+40 80x80+0+70}


test pack-14.1 {respond to changes in expansion} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d .pack.right .pack.bottom
} -body {
    pack .pack.right -side right
    pack .pack.bottom -side bottom
    wm geom .pack {}
................................................................................
    pack .pack.a -before .pack.b -side top
    update
    lappend result [winfo geometry .pack.b] [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack.f1 .pack.f2
} -result {50x16+25+22 1 50x16+25+22 0}


test pack-16.1 {geometry manager name} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
    set result {}
} -body {
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
    pack .pack.a
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
    pack forget .pack.a
    lappend result [winfo manager .pack.a]
} -result {{} pack {}}


test pack-17.1 {PackLostSlaveProc procedure} -setup {
    pack forget .pack.a .pack.b .pack.c .pack.d
} -body {
    pack .pack.a
    update
    place .pack.a -x 40 -y 10
................................................................................
    place .pack.a -x 40 -y 10
    update
    winfo manager .pack.a
    winfo geometry .pack.a
    pack info .pack.a
} -returnCodes error -result {window ".pack.a" isn't packed}


test pack-18.1 {unmap slaves when master unmapped} -constraints {
    tempNotPc
} -setup {
    eval destroy [winfo child .pack]
} -body {

    # adjust the position of .pack before test to avoid a screen switch
    # that occurs with window managers that have desktops four times as big
    # as the screen (screen switch causes scale and other tests to fail).

    wm geometry .pack +100+100

    # On the PC, when the width/height is configured while the window is
................................................................................
    wm deiconify .pack
    update
    lappend result [winfo ismapped .pack.a]
} -result {1 0 200 75 0 1}
test pack-18.2 {unmap slaves when master unmapped} -setup {
    eval destroy [winfo child .pack]
} -body {

    # adjust the position of .pack before test to avoid a screen switch
    # that occurs with window managers that have desktops four times as big
    # as the screen (screen switch causes scale and other tests to fail).

    wm geometry .pack +100+100
    frame .pack.a -relief raised -bd 2
    frame .pack.b -width 70 -height 30 -relief sunken -bd 2
................................................................................
    update
    lappend result [winfo width .pack.b ] [winfo height .pack.b] \
    [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
    wm deiconify .pack
    update
    lappend result [winfo ismapped .pack.b]
} -result {1 0 100 30 0 1}


test pack-19.1 {test respect for internalborder} -setup {
    catch {eval pack forget [pack slaves .pack]}
    destroy .pack.l .pack.lf
} -body {
    wm geometry .pack 200x200
    frame .pack.l -width 15 -height 10
................................................................................
    .pack.lf configure -labelanchor ws
    update
    lappend res [winfo geometry .pack.lf]
} -cleanup {
    destroy .pack.l .pack.lf
} -result {162x127+0+0 172x112+0+0}

test pack-20.1 {<<NoManagedChild>> fires on last pack forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    pack forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    destroy .1
} -result {1}
test pack-20.2 {<<NoManagedChild>> fires on last packed child destruction} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {incr A}
    destroy .1
    update
    set A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    destroy .1
} -result {1}
test pack-20.3 {<Configure> does not fire on last pack forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    update
    bind . <Configure> {set A 1}
    pack forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <Configure> {}
    destroy .1
} -result {0}
test pack-20.4 {<<NoManagedChild>> does not fire on forelast pack forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    pack [frame .2]
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    pack forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    destroy .1 .2
} -result {0}
test pack-20.5 {<Configure> does not fire on last pack forget} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    pack [frame .2]
    update
    bind . <Configure> {set A 1}
    pack forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <Configure> {}
    destroy .1 .2
} -result {1}
test pack-20.6 {<<NoManagedChild>> does not fire on last pack forget if propagation is off} -setup {
    global A
    unset -nocomplain A
} -body {
    pack [frame .1]
    pack propagate . 0
    update
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {set A 1}
    pack forget .1
    update
    info exists A
} -cleanup {
    bind . <<NoManagedChild>> {}
    destroy .1
} -result {0}
 
# cleanup
cleanupTests
return



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