Tools for Tcl programmers
tcl-tools commands now have their own names, and do not default to extending built-in commands. This allows people who'd prefer not to have the built-ins mucked around with to use the extensions individually. A new xtcl file is provided; when sourced, it brings all the new functionality into your interpreter, extending your builtin commands appropriately. This adds only pushproc, pullproc, getprev, callprev, and class to your interpreter, with set, global, expr, and unknown extended.
DocumentationUser guide for each tool included
released on 27 July 2016
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 11 January 2017.
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