eTcl is a "batteries-included" thread-enabled Tcl/Tk runtime available as a single standalone executable. It includes several popular extensions (Thread, Sqlite, Zlib, etc.), together with a Tcl wrapper for the Pixane image processing library.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Tcl Extensions|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows Windows CE Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release updates the Tcl/Tk core to 8.5.6 and sqlite to 3.6.7. An argument parsing issue, which could cause eTcl 1.0.0 to fail when launching eTcl kits (.etk files), has been fixed. Support for arm-linux (EABI) target architectures has been added and made compatible with the Android platform.
Release Notes: This is the first official stable release. Since the last release candidate, there has been only code cleanup and minor bugfixes. A race condition has been fixed in the Win32/WinCE audio driver in the evodio package, which caused a possible freeze when playing some WAV files. The GPS API for Windows Mobile has been extended to return satellite positions and turn GPS devices on/off. Using a container for Tk toplevel has been improved on Windows Mobile. The Linux version has been rebuilt with different optimization options.
Release Notes: This release fixes an annoying bug introduced in 1.0-rc30 causing the Odyce symbol resolver to fail on Win32. Extensions kits (tcllib, tklib, and bwidgets) have been restored in the installer. On Mac OS X, a bad issue causing the console to be shown even if running a wrapped application in non-interactive mode has been fixed. The Tcl code compacter in the wrap applet has been enabled and improved, together with several minor bugfixes and extensions updates (e.g. SQLite 126.96.36.199).
Release Notes: This release is based on Tcl/Tk 8.5.5, together with several updated extensions (sqlite 188.8.131.52, pixane 0.8, etc.). Object-oriented programming is now supported with the addition of the TclOO 0.6 extension. The Windows Mobile-specific extension (wce) adds support for GPS Intermediate Driver and power management. A new ::etcl::snapshot command has been added to capture window contents into an image. Various minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release is based on Tcl/Tk 8.5.3 and up to date extensions (TLS 1.6, SQLite 3.5.9, Tkhtml3, etc.). Pixane adds support for anti-aliased lines. Wrapping utilities has been added to transform scripts into stand-alone executables. Resources for Mac OS X have been embedded into the executable so that wrapped Tk applications can be run out of the bundle. Binaries for the Linux x86-64 architecture are provided and officially supported. The Wce package has new commands to query battery status and set screen orientation.