Tcl/Tk Aqua
Tcl/Tk Aqua
8.4.13

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Tcl/Tk Aqua free download for Mac

Tcl/Tk Aqua

8.4.13
07 August 2006

Tcl scripting language binary.

Overview

TclTk Aqua Batteries-Included is a binary distribution of the Mac OS X native port of the Tcl scripting language and the Tk toolkit; bundled with over fifty popular extensions.

Smaller distributions of Tcl/Tk only and of a self-contained appliation are also available.

What's new in Tcl/Tk Aqua

Verison 8.4.13: Universal binary

Requirements for Tcl/Tk Aqua

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later

5 Tcl/Tk Aqua Reviews

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Anonymous
11 August 2003

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Version 8.4.4
Anonymous
05 May 2005
Ratings only apply to the BI package Look at the list of packages above and consider the amount of grack that's going to be strewn all over your disk if you run the BI installer. This monstrosity really REALLY needs a solid uninstaller script before it can be considered acceptable. A much more manageable TclTk package is available from fink.
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Version 8.4.9.1
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Das
Das
07 May 2005
what??? surely you are joking? firstly, as explained in detail on the website, all the extensions are installed into /Library/Tcl (a non-existent dir on a stock OS install that can be removed to uninstall if desired) and not "strewn all over your disk". secondly, there "really REALLY" already _is_ a "solid uninstaller script", referenced right in the main window of the BI disk image. (clearly you haven't even downloaded and opened it...) Thanks for calling the community's hard work unacepptable and a monstrosity, is clearly shows that you're nothing but a troll. FWIW, the latest fink package contains Tcl and Tk/X11 8.4.1, a version which is 2 1/2 years old and doesn't include Aqua support or any extensions...
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Version 8.4.9.1
Das
Das
07 May 2005
correction: the latest fink unstable has Tcl/Tk 8.4.6, which is 14 months old, and even that fink package still has no Aqua support or any extensions.
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Version 8.4.9.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
28 September 2005
...but there IS an uninstaller...!
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Version 8.4.10
Anonymous
10 December 2004
The Jaguar version is a couple of revs back (8.4.6 branch). According to the release notes there's significant performance improvements in 8.4.7 and later. I'm currently doing a build for a bootleg Jaguar 8.4.9 release with at least the standalone and "Batteries EXcluded" versions. If I get it working I'll post it here and on my "software" page at http://www.scarydevil.com/~peter/sw/
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Version 8.4.9
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Anonymous
Anonymous
11 December 2004
It builds standalone just fine under Jaguar, and my test applet (a little paint-style toy that draws animated lines) appears quite different with the native drawing primitives: outlines of rectangles are much thicker. Performance is disappointing. On my G4/466 with a Radeon 7000 the new Wish is noticably slower. If someone wants to run some performance tests on Panther, I'd like to see the results.
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Version 8.4.9
Anonymous
Anonymous
14 December 2004
Peter, the only reason I don't do Jaguar builds anymore is lack of resources and very little demand, certainly Tcl/Tk 8.4.9 will build fine on Jaguar, but likely the batteries might need a bit of work, this needs volounteers interested in Jaguar compatibility... If you have Jaguar builds that you'd like me to host on the SF site, let me know via email. a propos native drawing: you can turn this off at runtime; the extra thickness you see is probably due to antialiasing, which you can also control at runtime, the README gives details. in any case, I'd suggest asking followup questions on tcl-mac@lists.sourceforge.net, where a lot more people from the community hang out... I only read these comments here very sporadically.
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Version 8.4.9
Anonymous
03 December 2004
Geekware for wimps to scare to do real programming with Java. Not a very well thought port to the Mac. Functional but not even close to be standard.
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Version 8.4.8
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Stephan
Stephan
08 December 2004
Interesting project, not only for geeks/wimps/whoever, imho. Erm..."real programming" with java? I wonder who's the geek in here...lol
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Version 8.4.9
Anonymous
Anonymous
10 December 2004
Portable Java is even less platform-standard than Tcl/Tk. Of course if you write just for Mac OS X, you can do decent native apps in Java, but if you're doing that why not go all the way and write in Objective C for a fully native app? I can write an app and run it on UNIX, Windows, or Mac OS X, and it doesn't look like a cross between Motif and Windows.
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Version 8.4.9
Anonymous
21 May 2004
There's separate downloads for Jaguar and Panther, if you're running 10.2 follow the link to "More Information" and grab the Jaguar version.
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Version 8.4.6.1
Anonymous
11 August 2003
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Version 8.4.4
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