Message from discussion create executable from tcl
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From: Les Cargill <lcargil...@comcast.com>
Subject: Re: create executable from tcl
Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 20:22:51 -0500
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Gerald W. Lester wrote:
> On 5/17/12 6:26 PM, cellist wrote:
>> I've developed a windows application written in perl that is installed
>> as an executable with the perl interpreter embedded in the executable.
>> It is assumed that the PERL INTERPRETER IS NOT INSTALLED on the target
>> system.I want to create an executable from a simple (I hope!) tcl
>> program that will display a form to collect configuration data from
>> the user during the installation of the tcl program. Is it possible to
>> do this without tcl/tk installed at the target site?
>> I've installed the activstate distribution of tcl. I'm a beginner at
>> tcl. I don't have the tcl dev kit.
> Well the Tcl Dev kit will do it for you and make your code unreadable
> also if you want it to.
> Other than that, I'd recommend putting it into a starpack (look at
> wiki.tcl.tk/starpack and follow the links -- or goolge starpack).
> There is also FreeWrap, but I've never used it.
Freewrap works great. I've never actually followed through
with a star kit.