|What||Eagle (Extensible Adaptable Generalized Logic Engine)|
|Description||Eagle is an implementation of the Tcl scripting language for the Common Language Runtime (CLR).|
|Current Release||Beta 53 (v1.0.8503.24499, Released 2023.06.06)|
As of the beta 53 release of Eagle, support for building against and running on the .NET 7.0 runtime (which conforms to the .NET Standard 2.1) has been added.
As of the beta 50 release of Eagle, support for building against and running on the .NET 6.0 runtime (which conforms to the .NET Standard 2.1) has been added.
As of the beta 46 release of Eagle, support for building against and running on the .NET Core 3.0 runtime (which conforms to the .NET Standard 2.1) has been added.
As of the beta 42 release of Eagle, support for building against and running on the .NET Core 2.0 runtime (which conforms to the .NET Standard 2.0) has been added.
2015/09/28 - JJM - As of the beta 34 release of Eagle, support for conversion to arbitrary Delegate derived types has been added.
2013/04/14 - JJM - As of the beta 30 release of Eagle, full Tcl 8.4 compliant namespace support has been added. However, creative reading/writing of variables is purposely not implemented.
2009-02-07 - JJM - I would really appreciate help in testing the latest build on different platforms (e.g. Windows 2000 (totally untested), Windows XP, Vista, 7 Beta, 64-bit, Mono on Linux/Unix/Mac OS X, etc). To make testing as streamlined as possible, I have added an interactive command "#test" that runs the entire test suite.
2008/12/08 - JJM - Preliminary support for running on Mono 2.0+ has been added. When running on Mono, using version 2.6 or higher is recommended, as several critical issues have been identified and fixed. The latest build adds support for TIP 335 [L2 ] and TIP 336 [L3 ].
2008/10/11 - JJM - The project will soon be hosted on CodePlex at [L4 ] for the time being. Meanwhile, preview source and binary releases are available on the project web site. Thanks to Pat Thoyts and Jeffrey Hobbs for helping me a great deal during the release process.
Information on the latest changes can be found in the Eagle ChangeLog .
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An Eagle Integration Tutorial is available.
Eagle was presented at the 2012 Lang.NEXT Conference .
Eagle was presented at the Alt.NET 2011 Seattle Conference .
Eagle was the subject of a paper at the Seventeenth Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (2010).
Eagle was the subject of a paper at the Sixteenth Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (2009).
Eagle was presented at the 2009 Lang.NET Symposium .
Eagle was the subject of a paper at the Fifteenth Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (2008).
Previous discussion was moved to the Eagle Discussion page.
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