Shell Programming

At somr point, I wrote. “This page never seems to age, …” it just contains some idioms I like to use in my .login and/or .bashrc files. I don’t do this so often as when I started the page but the MAC keeps it in the house, and I have installed cygwin on nearly all my windows systems. However, microsoft implemented bash on windows 10 and so things finally changed. … Continue reading “Shell Programming”

Using “boomy” icons with tcl/tk

I spent some time over the last few days trying to populate the TK images folder with a usable image library. The activestate version and the standard only permits the use of .gif images in the image manipulation commands. (Not true now, see the comments!) I might need to look at the tkImg package to use an alternative format. Continue reading “Using “boomy” icons with tcl/tk”