Nice example of tcLex use:
If you don't like Tcl's syntax and/or semantics, it usually
takes only a few lines to change them.
Wise counsel on programming a parallel port:
Example of how to save a snapshot of a window:
Impassioned discussions of Scriptics and the Tcl Community as
we collectively figure out how to all work more productively together.
(Starts off as a discussion of threads and Tcl)
Have a look at the thread named "RFC: TkGS: the Tk Graphics Subsystem".
It tries to address device-independent graphics operations from Tk (eg.
transparent access to displays and printers).
Building self contained Tcl executables:
Discussion of the practical limits of Tcl/Tk (digresses a bit):
Interesting digression on different styles of licensing: -
Utilizing threads in Tcl8.1b3 - beware those critical sections!
Performing HTTP authorization:
Everything you want is probably one or two clicks away in these pages:
The "Welcome to comp.lang.tcl" message by Andreas Kupries
Larry Virden maintains a comp.lang.tcl FAQ launcher
Scriptics maintains a highly organized Tcl resource center
They also keep info to convince your boss Tcl is a good thing
NeoSoft has a comp.lang.tcl contributed sources archive
Cameron Laird tracks many Tcl/Tk references of interest
Tcl/Tk Consortium can search comp.lang.tcl and c.l.t.announce
Cetus Links maintains a Tcl/Tk page with verified links
Findmail archives comp.lang.tcl.announce posts
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