Some technical notes based on other work that I have done:
- Performance of networking applications
- Using Windows Controls in Tk Windows
- Tcl Socket Performance Some test results on Tcl socket performance on different ethernet implementations.
- A Simple Solution to Bug Location
Quite a few extensions that I have written for Tcl/Tk for my own use are available from my home page at: http://pages.infinit.net/cclients/software.htmWhat: GrabDescription: General purpose window capture functionality for use with Tcl scripts under Windows, provided as a console command version. Currently at version 1.0.What: ImageDescription: Stubs based Windows extension for Tcl 8.2.0 and later, providing a range of image processing functions useful for manipulating images in color index format. Reads image data from BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF formats and supports a RAW file format.Does NOT use Tk and does no visualization. Currently at version 1.1.What: Variety of Windows extensions (Findleton)Description: Currently available are extensions that support DDE (v 203), Winhelp 2.0), printing (tkprint 1.1.6), frame animation, BMP creation, and an extension that does "everything" that DDEML does, including being able to write DDEML servers entirely in Tcl.What: ContainersDescription: Small Tcl extension that implements basic container objects, such as bag, queue, tree, priority queue, random queue, struct, stack, hash, FIFO, LIFO, etc. Code is in C++, using templates.Free for non-commercial use, written permission of author otherwise.Source available, as well as a binary distribution for Windows.Currently at version 1.1.
See also Fltk Tcl binding, [DDE extension (Findleton)], Image, [Variety of Windows extensions (Findleton)],