In preparation of my first Tcl build on MacOS X ever, I <blush> went
through the mailing list archives a bit more (RTFMailinglist-archives).
The thread on incr-tcl is illuminating - though geocrawler is a bit
tedious to browse or search IMO.
It feels strange to be on this end of the table but I'll say it anyway:
Yes, macosx looks great, but everything is different.
I would like someone to hold my hand and present it all
to me on a silver platter.
No offense intended. But it sums up my current feelings.
The point of the subject of this message is that macosx so far looks -
for 99% of all developers - strange, weird, or more accurately: unknown.
Just like Unix must look at first to Windows developers, no doubt.
Let's try to ease the entry into macosx for Tcl developers. I've set up
a page on the Tcl'ers Wiki with pointers to as many starting points for
Tcl *and* Mac as I could find. Actually, I just extended one of the
existing pages: <http://mini.net/tcl/mactcl>
Please feel free to add and adjust the information on that page. You can
edit it with a web-browser and add "[http://...]"; as appropriate to
insert more links for example.