What: 2Dcbuilder Where: Description: Tcl/tk computer vision support application for building correspondence between world coords from a 2D co-planer camera calibration grid, and pixels in a sample image. Updated: 09/2001 Contact: Description: GNU a2ps is an Any file format to Post Script print filter.
It can process plain text files as well as pretty print quite a few popular programming languages (today, 67) - including Tcl.
Targeted at small to medium sized businesses and charities who want to accept credit card payments over the web, as well as to conduct e Commerce.
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Requires Tcl/Tk 8.1 or newer, and optimally with contact's core patch to the glob command.
Runs on Windows NT 4.0sp, Windows 2000sp1, Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X. Updated: 03/2003 Contact: (Markus Illenseer) What: Amiga OS port of Tcl 3.x Where: From the contact Description: A port of Tcl 3.x to the Amiga.
It provides multi-window handling, multi-resolution, parametric primitives, rendering independence, a cut buffer, command history and persistence.
The download includes a Unix Tcl/Tk based AFML viewer.
Can email a merchant when a threshold of transactions have been made or supports a merchant stopping by to check sales. One of the features is a "Ghost Script to Tk canvas" option that is a part of the pstoedit utility.
Updated: 05/2000 Contact: Description: Tcl/Tk based ICQ client, support for ICQ 2000/Oscar protocol, and ability to use Licq config files and user database. Updated: 07/2002 Contact: See web site What: Alpha NT port of Tcl/Tk (Graham) Where: From the contact Description: Port of Tcl/Tk and attempts at porting Tix to an Alpha, using Visual C (VC ).
Updated: 01/1998 Contact: Description: agqt (6's Spiffy Audio Galaxy Query Tool) is a package to automate queries to the Audio Galaxy music sharing system.