Tcl stands for "tool command language" and is pronounced "tickle." It is actually two things: a language and a library. First, Tcl is a simple textual language, intended primarily for issuing commands to interactive programs such as text editors, debuggers, illustrators, and shells. It has a simple syntax and is also programmable, so Tcl users can write command procedures to provide more powerful commands than those in the built-in set. Second, Tcl is a library package that can be embedded in application programs.
A Tcl/Tk tutorial aimed at beginners.
ActiveState's distribution of Tcl, available for Linux, Solaris, HP-UX and Windows. Overview, features, resources and testimonials.
Provides services for the Tcl programming language and extensions such as Tk and Expect.
Homepage of "Tcl/Tk For Real Programmers" author. Professional and personal information. Book overview, table of Contents, errata. Tcl/Tk related items.
Fast access to Tcl/Tk and extensions manual pages via a nice Java applet.
Featuring extended Tcl fontification for Emacs, scripts and extensions, Tclets and Games.
Article on evident faults and unidiomatic usages of Tcl.
Fifteen out of 48 chapters of Brent Welch's book.
A quick introduction by example to creating graphical user interfaces for command line applications with Tcl and Tk.
Large archive of Tcl scripts for eggdrop IRC bots.
Was Scriptics.com, firm founded by Tcl creator, and original sole author, Professor John Ousterhout. Advocacy, tutorials, documentation, links, news, software, latest releases, downloads.
A guide programming a Web service using TCL as the CGI language.
About Jacl, a Java implementation of Tcl 8.x., and TclBlend, a package for Tcl 8.x to load and interact with the Java VM.
Tclsh scripts and Eggdrop scripts.
This tutorial is aimed at those who have some knowledge of programming, although you don't have to be an expert. The tutorial is intended as a companion to the Tcl manual pages which provide a reference for all Tcl commands.
A history of shirts, hats, office toys and other Tcl-related paraphernalia.
Teaches non-programming types how to create GUI applications using Tcl/Tk. Uses Windows, Cygwin, web browser or Linux as platform for learning, practicing, experimenting.
Extensions to make Tcl/Tk applications easy to implement. Some of these extensions are specific to NT, while others run in both, Unix and NT environments.
A frequently-asked questions, also called a FAQ, covers problems with the Tcl/Tk programming on the Windows platform.
For Tcl/Tk 8.x based on the quick reference guide written for Perl by Johan Vromans. A Perl script is included in the distribution to reorganize the 52 pages in the Postscript source into booklet form.
Cameron Laird's collection of information about Tcl/Tk, including articles he wrote for Sunworld e.a.
Autodoc, Makedist, and other Software for and using Tcl/Tk written by Andreas Kupries.
The core development home for Tcl and the Tk toolkit.
Interactive computer aided instruction package to learn Tcl. It consists of 43 lessons covering all basic Tcl commands.
A WWW based discussion forum for Tcl/Tk programmers.
Providing a collection of Tcl/Tk plugins and sources as well as links to other resources.
A short tutorial about how to use Tcl/Tk in Multimedia applications for X.
A short tutorial on the Tcl language from Wikipedia.
Featuring the trycatch and expand packages, guides to creating object commands and to success with namespaces and packages.
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