I have an application that I build in Tcl 8.5.18 (32-bit) with a version of TclDevKit that I licensed from ActiveState many years ago. The build process works very well for many years.
Now I need to recreate the build process on a different computer and it's not working. I can install Tcl and TclDevKit, however, several teacup commands need to be executed in get packages from the repository. For example: teacup install tdom
So we all know (I just found out) that doesn't work anymore. teacup list returns a message about http://teapot.activestate.com
301 Moved Permanently.
What can I do with the teapot repository on GitHub? https://github.com/ActiveState/teapot
Or with anything on https://teapot.activestate.com/index
In TclDevKit, I specifically pick the packages that are needed. However, I think I can explicitly reference them in the Tcl code. So if I can install the repository from GitHub, then I should be able to refer to the needed packages.
In the very long term, I need to rewrite my code for Tcl 8.6 which mainly requires migrating from tcom to twapi for all com functionality.