Re: Tcl Style Guide
- From: bgeer <bgeer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 15:37:09 +0000 (UTC)
"Donal K. Fellows" <donal.k.fellows@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> As someone who recently learned as much TCL as I needed by reading Tk
>> "widget" & other demo programs, the "...should know..." statement is
>Cool! As the person currently in charge of looking after "widget" and
>its friends, do you (or anyone else) have any suggestions? I've tried to
>cover as many different cool things as possible, but I always welcome
>constructive feedback. Note that the current version (not sure if it is
>fully released yet) provides demos of more advanced features as well,
>such as animation. (Feel free to contact me directly if you prefer.)
I'm looking forward to seeing this current version. I pretty much use
whichever version comes with Slackware [at home] or RedHat [at work],
so it may be some time before I see it...
>...does not mean that I want to look
>at ugly code. I get enough of that from students and cow-orkers...
I hear ya. Well, my code is not ugly...to me, that is. Only, it
probably looks mostly like my C code in general - easier for *me* to
My only recommendation is keep up the good work - it's much
appreciated by me.
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