just tested the 8.4.8 BI -- nice thing, THANK YOU!
But found that clicking on a pure tcl script (no #! and not
executable -- for example the tile demo) does not start it. I
discovered that launcher tries to start it with tclsh but this
breaks cause the tcl script doesn't have a 'package require Tk'.
Thanks to the new loadable Tk it is sufficient to add this missing
line. But this doesn't look nice: no icon for tclsh ...
So my suggestion is to let launcher start all tcl scripts (that are
not executable) with wish by default -- cause that is what would I
expect if I click on a tcl-script in the finder. This mostly
applies to foreign scripts, as for my own I myself am responsible
for doing the right magic to start it with the right interpreter.
What do you think?
... smart speech applications from germany