NOTE: This page is primarily of historical interest. The SourceForge TCL Foundry (http://sourceforge.net/foundry/tcl-foundry) no longer exists.
The Tcl Foundry is a SourceForge facility allowing a community to highlight featured applications, provide quick pointers to the most popular applications, and more.Anyone looking for a place to contribute to the Tcl community might consider contacting the current Foundry maintainers and volunteer to take on part of the load so that the programmers can get back to programming !Use this page to list the projects of note located at http://sourceforge.net/foundry/tcl-foundry/ .
- Tcl itself - http://tcl.SourceForge.net/
- Tk (original GUI package for Tcl) http://tktoolkit.sourceforge.net/
- incr Tcl/itcl (package providing OO framework) as well as iwidgets (set of component widgets built with itcl and itk) http://incrtcl.sourceforge.net/
- Tcllib (miscellaneous script based commands) http://tcllib.sourceforge.net/
- Tktable (GUI package for grid like widget) http://tktable.sourceforge.net/
- Tkcon (GUI console window) http://tkcon.sourceforge.net/
- Tclx (miscellaneous commands adding POSIX interfaces and more to Tcl) http://tclx.sourceforge.net/
- Tix (GUI set of additional widgets) http://tix.sourceforge.net/ - Of course now that Tix is fragmented, one really doesn't know which version should be used. See http://tixlibrary.sourceforge.net for the other choice
How can one tell how many projects belong to the Tcl Foundry? Do all projects at SF.net that list Tcl as a part of their requirements automatically become a part of the Foundry? What benefits come from being included in the Foundry? Is there an email newsletter that includes all the news from the members?