ipentry - An IP address entry widget
This package provides a widget for the entering of a IP address.
Creates a new IPv4 ipentry widget and configures it with the given options and their values.
Creates a new ipentry widget for the entry of an IPv6 address. All options are the same as the IPv4 widget.
Each widget created with the command above supports the following methods:
Returns a boolean value. True indicates that the entry contains a complete IP address, meaning all fields have a value. In some cases IPv6 address are valid when fields are missing. You will need to do your own validation to detect this.
Returns the contents of the entry as a list consisting of 4 or 8 elements.
IPv4 Takes a list of 4 elements and inserts one into each quad of the entry, in order. All values in the list must be empty or integers. Values outside the range 0 to 255 are modified to be within the range. IPv6 Takes a list of 8 elements and inserts one into each quad of the entry, in order. All values in the list must be empty or 1 to 4 hex digits.
Sets the position of the widgets insertion cursor. Only integer values between 0 and 15 are valid for ipentry and 0 to 31 for ipentry6. Setting the icursor will only have an effect if the widget already has the input focus.
Modifies the configuration of the widget. For options and their meaning see the widget options section.
Returns information about the current configuration of the widget, for the specified option. For options and their meaning see the widget options section.
This document, and the package it describes, will undoubtedly contain bugs and other problems. Please report such in the category ipentry of the Tklib Trackers. Please also report any ideas for enhancements you may have for either package and/or documentation.