Work at SourceForge, help us to make it a better place! We have an immediate need for a Support Technician in our San Francisco or Denver office.
sorry, probably stupid question. But some years ago I used a version with a tkdiff.exe file.
The info, that this new version is written in an interpreted language doesn't help me. When I open the file I get the usual windows message, to choose the program with which to open it.
Looking in the file I suppose the interpreted language is tcl, but I don't know anything about tcl. What must I do to use this tkdiff-version with Windows?
thanks for any helpful suggestions
Part of windows TK is a program nameed wish80, or some variant of the name "wish". I bet you wish you could find it right. Anyway, on win98 I use the following command :
wish80 \bin\tkdiff.tcl SOURCE1.pl SOURCE2.pl
on win2k I was able to associate wish80.exe with *.tcl, and so the following works:
tkdiff SOURCE1.pl SOURCE2.pl
There is probably a way to make the association with win98 also, but i lost patience trying.
I hope this helps