Updated 2016-10-01 08:18:51 by JeffSmith

I recently bought a Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian NOOB preconfigured on an SD card. I had the need to install the TLS extension. It was suggested in comp.lang.tcl to use Undroidwish. Below are the steps I took to build Undroidwish (there was a bit of trial and error but I hope I remembered correctly and didn't miss something!). First upgrade your Raspbian NOOB with
 sudo apt-get install upgrade
 sudo apt-get install dist-upgrade

With advice from CHW, I installed the following packages with sudo apt-get install <package>

Download the latest Source code (tarball) from the AndroWish Downloads page [1] and place it in say /usr/local/src.

Then uncompress and untar the file:
 tar -xvzf androwish-a05b615f58.tar.gz

Created a directory outside the source tree, I named mine undroid
 mkdir /usr/local/src/undroid

Change directory to undroid
 cd  /usr/local/src/undroid

Enter the following command and hopefully everything builds without an issue:

So hopefully all the packages build and two files are created with all the packages wrapped up and placed in the current directory. The files are vanillatclsh and vanillawish. The directory should look like this :
 raspberrypi:/usr/local/src/undroid# ls
 3dcanvas    curl       libdmtx   sdl2tk       tbcload     tclkit  tclx    tkpath      tkvnc  v4l2          zint
 assets      dbus-intf  libressl  snack        tcl         tcludp  tdom    tktable     tls    vanillatclsh  zlib
 assets.zip  dbus-tcl   Memchan   tassets      tcl-augeas  tcluvc  tkhtml  tktray      trf    vanillawish
 build.log   itk        opt       tassets.zip  TclCurl     tclvfs  tkimg   tktreectrl  trofs  ZBar

Now test it out
 raspberrypi:/usr/local/src/undroid# ./vanillatclsh
 % info patchlevel
 % package require tls