Index of /TclTk/
Note: tgz-files are tarred and gzipped; tcl-files are plaintext tcl-sources;
Each file in this directory is smaller than 30k.
Games & Amusements:
- 2048.tcl: (*new*)
The game "2048" as a text-mode toy. How to play? -> check the source ;-) (unix only)
Pair up and eliminate X's and O's.
primitive, unfinished version of game "Antrun" (old DOS-game).
The board-game "Take it Easy" ported to Tcl. (no Docs)
Tile-removing Game. Idea and first implementation by Karl Garrison.
Tcl-implementation of a N*nt*nd*-G*m*b*y Game ...
(mostly self-solving) "Plumber"-Game.
helps solving a certain kind of logic-riddles.
a piano-keyboard (actually plays the tunes on most Unix's with X11)
A car-simulation. Very beta at the moment.
- BTC related stuff:
A coin-control frontend for bitcoind, and a Tcl-library of lowlevel btc stuff. (e.g. Secp256k1, priv/pub/adr conversions, asm&disasm for raw-tx, and a blockchain-parser)
Heuristically check for consistent indentation
Save all variables, arrays and procedures from a Tcl-session
opens a port to accept tcl-commands from. Not suitable for machines connected to untrusted networks!
- collection of parsing scripts
(incomplete) Tcl-Presentation written in tcl. (pages in german, framework in english)
A few (slightly) different approaches to loading xpm-files to Tk-images.
readxpm.tgz contains them all.
A trivial frontend for xmove/xmovectrl by Ethan Solomita. The xmove
package itself doesn't seem to be maintained anymore, but it is included
at least in Debian linux distributions (maybe others, too). There is
also a small patch available for
xmove-2.0beta2, which seems to have been the latest version of xmove
as of Dec 21st 2001.