The Open Development and Integration Environment
, or ODIE
, is an object-oriented
set of tools for developing applications.
- Sean Deely Woods
ODIE is a toolbox for assembling private collections of Tcl and C code. It uses a path in the user's home directory to compiled Tcl and Tk from scratch, as well as a bevy of binary extensions. This allows for custom binary and DLL compiles without interfering with the operating system's installed Tcl/Tk. (Or more importantly, interference FROM the operating system's installed Tcl/Tk.) Included with ODIE is the Toadkit maker. Toadkit is a zip kit to distribute self contained binaries assembled from ODIE.