[Starkit] Re: dqkit
steven.hafer at legerity.com
Tue Jan 13 23:18:00 CET 2004
Jean-Claude Wippler <jcw <at> equi4.com> writes:
> Wojciech Kocjan wrote:
> > Since many of you people have always asked for BLT-enabled tclkit,
> > I've decided to put my new and improved "dqkit" (as JCW asked me not
> > to call it tclkit . It was known as "bikit" (which was more of a
> > private project .
> > The url for downloads of source and binary version:
> > http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?
> > group_id=65692&package_id=105324
> Great! Thanks for sharing.
> What does "dqkit" stand for? The geek in me keeps telling me it must
> be an acronym...
The dqkit is very nice and is almost exactly what I have been looking for. I
have wanted to create a Windows tclkit.exe that contained BLT. However, dqkit
contains many other packages that I do not need making the .exe larger than I
would like it to be. So....
Instead of just asking someone to create a tclkit.exe with the BLT package
included in it (unless this has already been done and is posted somewhere). I
would like to learn how to create it. I am very new to this so I am a little
overwhelmed. I have read the info on the wiki.tcl.tk page but I can't seem to
follow some of it.
I have never compiled the Tcl core or any other packages I have always just
used what was available to me. I have used tclkit.exe and the sdx utility to
qwrap, unwrap and wrap myapp.exe so I am not completely new to the tclkit
I just would like to learn the steps of how to create a tclkit.exe that is
exactly the same as the tclkit-win32.upx.exe located here
http://www.equi4.com/pub/tk/ but with the BLT package included also.
I realize that the BLT package is not like some other Tcl extension packages
because it is not stubs enabled but I still would like to learn more about
Thanks in advance.
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