Re: Converting Iwidgets to Source
Date: Tue, 07 Sep 2004 22:39:20 -0700
To: Binny V A <email@example.com>
Binny V A wrote:
> The problem I am facing is that I can't get my script to run
> from my Linux OS. I made the program in Windows using the
> Active TCL from http://www.scriptics.com/. It had Iwidgets
> package. My Linux Distrubution(Fedora Core 1) don't.
Please note that Scriptics no longer exists. You probably
got the link from http://www.tcl.tk/, but more specifically
you will find ActiveTcl at
You will also find a linux version there, which will solve
your problems. You could also go with a better distro that
has better support for Tcl packages. SuSE certainly has
top-notch support, and I think debian has a good package
depth for Tcl.
> I know the easy solution is to download the latest version
> of Tcl/Tk and install it - but I want to do it the other way
> - by making "my own" Iwidgets. Many in this group were
> complaining that they were having difficulty in wrapping Iwidget
> packages with freeWrap or other tools. So converting these
> Iwigets to tcl scripts will solve those problems too.
I personally have no problems wrapping Iwidgets with TclApp,
which is starkit-based.
Jeff Hobbs, The Tcl Guy
http://www.ActiveState.com/, a division of Sophos
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