The BLT Toolkit is an extension to Tcl and Tk. It adds new commands and widgets to the Tcl interpreter. Included widgets are 2D graph, barchart, stripchart, tab notebook, and tree viewer.
Enterprise project management and alternative to Project Server
]project-open[ is Web based enterprise project management application with a focus on finance and collaboration. It’s main purpose is to coordinate the work of project managers, project members and stake holders across multiple projects. Target organizations are companies or corporate departments that need to track finances, tasks, and resources for a large number of concurrently running projects. ]project-open[ consists of about 200 modules for resource management, time sheet management, HR, CRM, ITSM, collaboration and financials. ]po[ is built on top of OpenACS.org, an open-source Web platform featuring role-base permissions, workflows, dynamically extensible objects and full-text search.
Yet Another Diff Tool
YaDT - Yet another Diff Tool. It is another front-end for diff and in earlier versions diff3 utility. With YaDT you can compare and merge 2 and/or 3 files. YaDT is written on Tcl/Tk and wrapped in a single executable file with the help of sdx and tclkit. diff and cvs utilities are embedded inside YaDT. Also, YaDT supports Git and Mercurial repositories, but git and hg are not embedded inside YaDT, you should have git/hg executable in your path environment.
The NCID (Network Caller ID) project is Caller ID (CID) distributed over a network. The project contains the NCID package and 4 optional client packages. Each package is described at the NCID web site. A non-inclusive list of 3rd party addons is also available at the web site Available Packages: NCID - contains the server, gateways, and a client with output modules LCDncid - a client that uses LCDproc to display Caller ID on a LCD display NCIDandroid - a client and gateway combination for Android devices NCIDdisplay - a homebrew client that displays on large LED modules NCIDpop - a popup client for Windows, Mac, and Linux
A Tcl script synchronizes files (one way) for back up file systems for home use. It has small foot print and support resumed synchronization.
Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. Expect is also useful for testing these same applications.
Schematic circuit editor for VLSI and Mixed mode circuit simulation.
Xschem is a schematic capture program, it allows to create a hierarchical representation of circuits with a top down approach . By focusing on interconnections, hierarchy and properties a complex system (IC) can be described in terms of simpler building blocks. A VHDL, Verilog or Spice netlist can be generated from the drawn schematic, allowing the simulation of the circuit. Key feature of the program is its drawing engine written in C and using directly the Xlib drawing primitives; this gives top speed performance, even on very big circuits. I have succesfully managed to simulate complete VLSI projects with this tool, both digital (Verilog / VHDL) and analog (Spice). The user interface is built with the Tcl-Tk toolkit, tcl is also the extension language used to send commands to the program. Schematics can be printed in SVG, PNG, PDF, formats. XSCHEM runs on Linux or other Unix-likes with Xorg server and on Windows with the Cygwin layer and required tools installed.
The Tool Command Language implementation
Tool Command Language (Tcl) is an interpreted language and very portable interpreter for that language. Tcl is embeddable and extensible, and has been widely used since its creation in 1988 by John Ousterhout. Bug reports to http://core.tcl.tk/tcl/ Follow code development at http://core.tcl.tk/tcl/
The Huygens Remote Manager is an open-source, efficient, multi-user web-based interface to the Huygens software by Scientific Volume Imaging (http://www.svi.nl/) for parallel batch deconvolutions.
Nagelfar is a static syntax checker for Tcl.
A useful collection of batch files and scripts for daily purposes (backup, security, system management, etc.) and development
Port of Tcl (Tool Command Language) version 8.3 to the Windows CE operating system.
Desktop utilities to manipulate Palm fonts: afnx, nfnt (lo/hi/both densities), NFNT, conversion from Type 1/TrueType/BDF/PCF/etc. Anti-aliased font support. Includes some GUIs. FreeType2 based. Now includes Font Collector for PalmOS side.
PtCon (pronounced P-T-Con) stands for Palm Tcl Console. Palm Tcl, is a port of Tcl 7.6p2 to PDA's that run the Palm OS. PtCon enables the creation and execution of Palm Tcl scripts interactively within a Palm-enabled PDA.
Toucan is based on Tcl/Tk and provides an environment for developing Palm Tcl applications for PDAs running the PalmOS. Palm Tcl is a port of Tcl 7.6 to the PalmOS. Toucan uses Tk widgets to give an approximate appearance to the Palm Forms interface.
Sensorware is an implementation of mobile agent environment targeted at wireless sensor network.
The Collaborative Virtual Workspace is a software environment that provides a "virtual building" where teams can communicate, collaborate, and share information, regardless of their geographic location. For documentation, see the "Home Page" link above.
OS based on Agent based Security with a new type of split kernel and agents platform.
*** This page is no longer used by the Dasher project - please see http://www.inference.phy.cam.ac.uk/dasher/ *** Dasher is a data entry interface incorporating language modelling and driven by continuous two-dimensional gestures, e.g. a mouse, a stylus
PDa is a port of Pure Data (Pd) to integer-only CPUs like the ARM and MIPS. These chips are used in embedded systems from PDAs to mobile phones to wifi routers. This port of Pd allows you to take Pd anywhere on a handheld or embedded device.
The Tcl DBus project provides a Tcl interface to the dbus message bus system. It contains packages that allow Tcl programs to send and receive dbus signals, as well as invoke and respond to dbus method calls. The project has moved to http://chiselapp.com/user/schelte/repository/dbus
NaviServer, a high performance web server written in C and Tcl
NaviServer is an extensible web server suited to create scalable web sites and services. Originally based on AOLServer (http://www.aolserver.com), the ongoing development is now done independently under Mozilla Public License by a core group of people that use it for their businesses and by everyone who is willing to provide support of any kind. Features: High performance multi-threaded architecture, massively scalable and extensible, many modules, interpreted config file, dynamic scripted pages (ADP), caching functions (static files, Tcl byte code, chunks), pooled database connections, thread shared arrays, introspection commands, mass virtual hosting (no server restart), watchdog restarts, control port and command mode, efficient handling of down-/uploads with async I/O, IPv4/IPv6 Core developers: Vlad Seryakov, Stephen Deasey, Zoran Vasiljevic, Gustaf Neumann Source: http://bitbucket.org/naviserver/naviserver/ Info: http://wiki.tcl.tk/naviserver
Multiplatform Multiemulator Frontend
ixbar3000 is a frontend, it allows you to browse/launch games from a centralized place. While doing so it’ll keep statistics on your usage. You can also use it to store highscores on games that doesn’t have battery memory. Demo videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsYn7B5Y4pDxKzEfZSIqlG62yswJXgBu2&feature=plcp
The "Img" package adds a lot of image formats to Tcl/Tk.
MEMBPLUGIN: studying membrane complexity in VMD
MEMBPLUGIN is a membrane analysis tool for molecular-dynamics simulations. It is a collection of visual and command-line tools that can be run within the Visual Molecular Dynamics (VMD) environment to analyze biomolecular simulations of lipid bilayers.