I have decided to stop being maintainer of SpecTcl. My successor is Steve Redler. I hope this will mean new life to the project.
A couple of things have been commited to CVS these past few days. This includes Daryl Moulders contributions that now allow generation of Java code with SWING. I also corrected a bug that came up when the TkTable widget was used - you may experience the loss of a few default settings because the format of ~/.SpecTclrc is changed slightly.
Having a CVS tree is a relatively new thing and will probably mean less Alpha releases, since the quality of the code in the CVS tree is much the same.... read more
SpecTcl 1.2a3 has just been released.
Properties of menu widgets can be directly editted and menu widgets can be copied.
Row and column configuration can be done directly
No longer prompts for a filename when saving a project that was specified on the command line.
Cut, Copy & Paste between different frames now should work.
Saving a file without having made any modifications produces the same file (except for the time stamp) so 'diff' clearly shows the changes.... read more
Features a WYSIWYG menueditor
A few minor bug fixes
I am placing the PostScript and PDF manuals, as well as the selfinstalling Windows & Mac versions of SpecTcl 1.1 in the download area
I've started a thread on "open discussion" for your opinions on whether we should notch up the minimum requirements for SpecTcl.
I've just uploaded SpecTcl 1.2a1
This is an alpha version and features support for Tcl/Tk 8.4a2 and for most widget sets in Tk extensions (e.g. BLT, TkTable, Tix, IWidgets & BWidgets).