Welcome to the Tcler's Wiki!

What is Tcl?

Tcl is a simple-to-learn yet very powerful programming language. Its syntax is described in just a dozen rules, but it has all the features needed to rapidly create useful programs in almost any field of application - on a wide variety of international platforms. See more about Tcl at What is Tcl

What is Tk?

Tk is a graphical toolkit for Tcl. It allows you to develop graphical applications that run on Windows, Linux, MacOS X and many other platforms. And not just from Tcl - Tk can be used from many languages including C, Ruby, Perl, Python and Lua. See more about Tk at What is Tk

Tcl Community News

  • Welcome to the latest evolution of the Tcler's Wiki. For more information about the new features see About Nikit.
  • The 27th Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (aka Tcl 2020) will be a virtual event on Tuesday November 10 from 10am to 3pm US Central Time. The call for presentations is now open, more details at the link.
  • Tcl/Tk 8.6.10 Released! The Tcl Core Team is pleased to announce the 8.6.10 release of the Tcl dynamic language and the Tk toolkit. We would like to express our gratitude to all those who submit bug reports and patches. This information is invaluable in enabling us to identify and eliminate problems in the core. Tcl/Tk 8.6.10 sources are freely available as open source from the Tcl Developer Xchange . See also Changes in Tcl/Tk 8.6.10
  • has set up a bounty program for improvements to Tcl and certain Tcl packages.
  • Subscribe to the @TclLang Twitter feed for news about happenings in the Tcl world.

Recent changes

October 22, 2020
Colin Macleod
gold
October 21, 2020
One Liners Programs Compendium and TCL demo examples calculations, numerical analysis
flexmenu
ttk::checkbutton as toggle switch display
Playing Recursion V2 >> demo examples for one liner programs
October 20, 2020
Testbed for Little_Math_Language V2 and TCL demo examples calculations, numerical analysis ed2
ttk::style
ttk::checkbutton
Neo4j