Where: http://www.elf.org/tclsources.html Description: Mr. Critchlow provides a variety of useful tcl routines at his site. For instance, palette is a reworking of Eric Grosse's rainbow color palette generator from netlib. This allows you to generate a variety of color palettes in Tcl. There's also a collection of time and date computations written in Tcl, which solve the problem of converting Unix clock tics into calendar date along with several other date/time needs. An implementation of George Marsaglia's mother of all random number generators, written in Tcl is alson on the site. This is a very long period pseudorandom number generator. A SWIG wrapped xephem library is also available. Also a version of old-random.tcl without namespaces. A Tcl procedure for converting an XPM into an photo widget image. Updated: 04/1999 Contact: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org (Roger E. Critchlow Jr.)
See also ffidl and Roger E Critchlow. [Someone want to add more detail about what is available here?