SpecTcl is a graphical user interface tool that
makes it quick and easy to author interfaces
for Tcl/Tk or Java applications. Users drag
and drop widgets, fill in property sheets, and
write scripts that provide behaviors. SpecTcl
will soon be the Tcl community's first
complete IDE, with a debugger, menu editor,
program manager, and other features.
- Easy to Learn: SpecTcl's intuitive icons make it easy to start building GUIs.
- Grid Geometry Manager: alignment and resizing of widgets (buttons, check boxes, etc.) is automatic.
- Advanced Maintainence: SpecTcl cuts down on maintainence time by separating the authored GUI and its
corresponding application code, which allows developers to change their GUIs without re-writing any new
- Tcl and Java Support: SpecTcl generates both Tcl and Java code.
- Platform Independence: SpecTcl runs on all major platforms: Solaris, SunOS, Linux, Windows 95,
Windows NT Server 3.51, Windows NT Workstation 3.51, MacOS, and Irix.
- Online Documentation: HTML pages include a training manual, a reference manual, and help.
Current Version: 1.1
License Type: Free
Source Code Availability: No
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: ??
SpecTcl runs on all major
platforms: Solaris, SunOS, Linux, Windows 95,
Windows NT Server 3.51, Windows NT Workstation
3.51, MacOS, and Irix.
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