Detailed information is available at http://www.eurotcl.eu/eurotcl-2017/index.html .
The presentations of this meeting are available at the EuroTcl site .
Videos of the talks are available on YouTube .
|July 8-9, 2017
Thanks to Christian Gollwitzer and Martin Lemburg for doing a very good local organization.
Thanks also to Martyn Smith for taking photos of the event.
31 Tcl'ers from Austria, Estonia, France, Germany, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK and USA attended the meeting.
2 TCT members attended the meeting: Brian Griffin, Donal Fellows.
The following company sponsored the meeting:
The following Tcl'ers gave a presentation. Now available on the EuroTcl site.
|McFSM - A Vast Extension to Finite State Machines
|Organizing information, projects and communities by an information server based on tclhttpd
|Controlling Large-Scale Experiments with AsynCA, a modern Tcl extension for EPICS channel access
|Using GPIOs of Raspberry Pi in pure Tcl - my way
|Refactoring approaches for rattleCAD, a domain specific CAD-application written in pure Tcl
|aRTist - An Industrial-Radiology Simulator Using Tcl/Tk and VTK
|Tcl as automation tool in mechanical calculations
|HammerDB, load testing and benchmarking databases with Tcl/Tk
|Mechanical Simulations with Tcl/Tk
|An Event Loop For Coroutines
|Work-in-Progress: Renewal of a tutorial
|RBC (BLT) and canvas use for metro system testing and simulation
|IPEnv. A Tcl/Tk-based integrated programming environment
DKF: Here's some quick notes on things that people want to see done. No particular sorting.
I'm probably missing some. Please add in. (This is temporary area until we fold these into the main wishlists, etc.)
HaO: Donal, did you discuss about the TDK's status? IMHO specially the TCL compiler is crucial technology. Andreas wrote on CLT, that there are important pieces at ActiveState about that...
jima: Donal, in discussions with Florian Murr he seemed interested in having an "array pop" feature (he used another name for it, sorry I can't remember). A command that given an array would just pop an element from it, let it be random or just the first.
Also, apparently the fact that anti-aliasing is not present in Tk canvas (although other alternatives exists as in TkPath) seems to be hurting some of our users. So here is another request: anti-aliasing in the core.
bll: Also related to the canvas, I remember a comment from an EDA user that stated that they would stay with Tcl/Tk 8.4 because the canvas was too slow in 8.6.
jima: On Sunday, after the conference, I was able to have a little walk on sunny Berlin...
Please find some (dubious quality) photos here .