From: email@example.com (Larry W. Virden)
Subject: comp.lang.tcl Frequently Asked Questions (July 26, 2006) (4/6)
Summary: A regular posting of the comp.lang.tcl Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQ) and their answers. This is the fourth of six parts.
This part is a catalog of Tcl-based programs.
Keywords: tcl, extended tcl, wish, tk, expect
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Archive-name: tcl-faq/part4 Posting-Frequency: at least once a quarter Last-modified: July, 2006 Version: 8.223 URL: http://www.purl.org/NET/Tcl-FAQ/part4.html Comp-lang-tcl-archive-name: tcl-faq.part04 For more information concerning Tcl (see "part1"), (see "part2"), (see "part3"), (see "part5"), (see "part6"). One source for software mentioned in the catalog is the various Usenet or comp.lang.tcl article archives - in many cases, the authors posted their programs to the newsgroup. A Contact address with ??? at the end means that I was unable to verify the address. Also, Contacts without addresses or marked as Unknown mean that I had limited to no information about the contact person. The Updated field indicates the date when the catalog entry URLs were updated, not when a package itself was updated. Check the web pages for a package (if available) to see if any updates to the package has occurred. If you find an update that should somehow be reflected back into the catalog, drop me a line at mailto:email@example.com. A WWW form to submit entries to this catalog is available at http://www.wwinfo.com/tcl/. This provides you an interface not only to submit new items, but to submit updates or to browse the catalog as needed. Index of questions: XII. What are some examples of applications using Tcl and/or Tk? ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------
From: FAQ Tcl/Tk Package Catalog
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