Tcl/Tk references of interest to Cameron Laird
Paul Duffin writes,
is to my mind the ultimate 'Jack of all Trades' language."
Until I rewrite this page, feel free to browse
publications or a
listing of the principal Tcl-related
documents at this site.
[This page will be completely overhauled sometime before 2001.]
New topical index
Incidentally, Larry Virden reminds everyone to
remember to let the Tcl
bibliographer know about your papers, the Tcl commercial apps
FAQ maintainer know about your commercial applications using
Tcl and the other Tcl FAQ maintainers know about your tcl / tk
tips and your internet resources - software, WWW pages, etc.
Services I aim to embed portably by
way of Tcl
Tcl facilities I often need, but whose addresses I keep losing
How current is Agent Tcl?
I'm not sure; so far, I've been writing my own agents.
Can Tcl handle binary data? No; that is, out of the box, there was
no straightforward representation of binary data before the 8.0
release. Among the
mentions, I most admire Laurent Demailly's
archive of database extensions
Also of personal interest:
an old list
of free DBMSs, Msql,
is a bit buggy, as I remember, but easy to correct.
Parameters is advertised to be a "super getops", with type
checking, help on three levels, embeddability, ... [lots of other
stuff, including dev notes] [cmdline in tcllib; optcl; clig; opt; ...]
A tcl-only package
designed for HTML-based help systems. [mumble, mumble]
SpecTcl [mumble, mumble]
supports hyperlinks and text formatting
These are the people I know putting
Java together with
Tcl in a public way:
It is a
by the way, to combine Java and Tcl; Java enthusiasts shouldn't
worry that this diminishes their favorite.
listboxes; more-than-one selection for
Laird's index to Tcl/Tkemail@example.com