Updated 2018-03-30 22:16:39 by LEG

LEG: short for Georg Lehner, alias Jorge-León

Hosting and consulting services at MagmaSoft

Worked at ULSA, teaching mechatronics.

Formerly: Senior ACS consultant at DS Automotion, System Administrator and (Senior) Consultant at several companies and organizations: UNI/Nicaragua, Unan León/Nicaragua Netport/Nicaragua, WebDynamite/Austria, JBK-Net/Austria, and my own Server at http ://www.magma.com.ni/ (now http://magma-soft.at/). Product and embedded software development at KEBA AG, http://keba.com

What am i doing with Tcl?

  • ton: Tcl Object Notation, a fast JSON parser, amongst other things.
  • odmon: monitor OneDrive synchronization.
  • Baccus: a file system backup utility
  • afis: an archival file storage package, which uses
  • urta: a volume organized file archive based on unordered radix trees and
  • brisa: fast hash-cryption
  • fp: practical functional programming in Tcl
  • astra: variadic versions of standard Tcl commands
  • Sqlite3 Data Source for Tie

  • openACS [1] and dotLrn [2] hacking
  • small utilities for which /bin/sh is to complicated to use
  • TTP Template and configfile parser and application wrapper:
  • NMS rather old and not in use: from one network description calculate routes and any related configuration data for your network
  • f4t: Forth for Tcl. Yet another Forthish extension to Tcl
  • [lpush] and lprepend as well as
  • lpop and lshift

I have been experimenting with Compact Code Formatting Style. My first impression: more difficult to write, easier to read.

While playing around with that topic I found out that 'while is bad', both for the Compact Code Formatting Style and when you are hooked up with recursion.

Ideas about Tcl:

AK: May we get links to baccus, afis, urta, brisa, fp, astra, ... ?

LEG 2009-03-30: yes, it's time! Go get it - Baccus