Author: Mark Harrison
With Tcl/Tk extensions, you can:
- Write robust object-oriented programs ([incr Tcl] and [incr Tk])
- Produce complex interfaces with one-line commands ([incr Widgets] and Tix)
- Layout graphs and tables (BLT)
- Display 3D graphics with rich textures (TSIPP)
- Interact with Oracle and Sybase databases (Sybtcl and Oratcl)
- Network over sockets and remote procedure calls (Tcl-DP)
- Create collaborative multi-user environments (GroupKit)
- Automate programs that call for human users (expect)
- Use complex data structures and UNIX system calls (TclX)
- Embed Tk calls in C programs (ET)
- Display tree structures (Tree)
This book documents all these extensions -- in an eminently readable and usable form by the people who created them -- and contains information on configuration, debugging, and other important tasks.
This book comes with a CD-ROM that includes Tcl/Tk, the extensions, and other tools documented in the text both in source form and as binaries for Solaris and Linux.
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