Why is tcl broken?

Chris Ebenezer chriseb at nortelnetworks.com
Mon Jun 14 11:52:15 EDT 1999

Fernando Mato Mira <matomira at iname.com> writes:
: of folks end up using one or another GNU tool. As a side effect, some
: newcomers to Tk that would have normally used tcl could end up going
: the STk way (unfortunately, STk is not publicized enough). Things like
: Kawa also increase the feel of security regarding code reusability.
: And some of those people will end up wanting to write full-fledged

Why use TK at all ?  Once you are using scheme anyway there are nicer
widget toolkits to use (from a point of view of more "normal" looking
toolkits that don't suffer from color allocation problems),  there are
bindings for guile and gtk and guile and Qt. 


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