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- Subject: Re: GUI
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 10 Sep 97 09:31:26 -0500
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>>>>> "Bruno" == Bruno Haible <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Bruno> Tk (also look at STk) +: Easy to use +: Scheme and
Bruno> Python bindings already exist ?: Can you really get rid of
I downloaded tcl/tk 8 (for win32) and cast a cursory glance at it.
1. They renamed tcl7/tk4 into tcl/tk 8 and made other cosmetic changes
to give an impression that you must use tcl if you use tk. They failed
to convince me though.
2. It does *look* like it should be possible to implement any
language's interface to tk pretty easily - just define the functions
and link tk80.lib, or, better use tk80.dll. I might be wrong, of
course (and I would not dare to try to do it myself), but I don't see
any reason why CLISP won't be able to support tk immediately: just add
a package tk and put all the functions in tk80.dll there.
I would appreciate if anyone could explain to me why I am wrong (if I