SpecTcl is a WYSIWYG GUI-Builder for Tcl/Tk, with sibblings for generating code in Perl, Java, Python & Ruby. It runs on all platforms where Tcl/Tk runs. It is simple and quick to use, yet still powerful when you know your Tcl/Tk.

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  • One star for this user. Forgot about the fact that it only works on the power PC Mac's. That was a long time ago--everything's running Intel now. Please note on the page when it's been brought into the modern age with a nice recompile :^) Thanks for the effort. Harley

  • Fantastic. Just made my Python projects a lot better. Note for Python3 users, you will have to modify the resulting files to import tkinter instead of Tkinter, at least until the program is updated.

  • Spectcl works excellent.

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  • I remember using SpecTcl many many years ago and I am quite pleased that it is still available. Iā€™m using it to generate the base code for a fairly complex SCADA-like screen in Python running on a Raspberry Pi, model B. So far so good :-) Now I'm stuck! Once python has created the window, how do you update the objects, for example, changing the text in a label, or colour of a rectangle? HELP !!!

  • Brilliant time saver, enjoyed the ease of quick construction of GUI.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), X Window System (X11)

Programming Language

Tcl

Registered

2001-04-09