Small Tcl/Tk hacks
crypt - an example for
tkselcol - select a color and
echo to stdout
Actually quite primitive. Done with XF.
tcl2c - make C string from Tcl script
Bourne Shell script, writes C source to stdout. String can
then be evaluated with Tcl_Eval(); useful to make a
self-contained binary which carries Tcl/Tk startup files and
your script in itself. Actually someone else's work;
slightly modified by me. Needs ANSI C.
send-emacs - send editing
command to Emacs
in your $PATH, load listener.el into Emacs, and
invoke M-x listener-start. Now you can call "send-emacs file" from
your shell to make Emacs edit file.
By using Tk's send command, send-emacs and
emacs-listener communicate via X properties and
thus work (a) via the network and (b) utilize the security
mechanism of your X display, e.g. xauth(1). To be
precise, send-emacs will not work with
host-based access control.
Jürgen Nickelsen, 1999-09-04