What: chatclient Where: http://home.san.rr.com/dnew/chatclient.zip Description: Tcl/Tk GUI based text interface to MUDs. Updated: 02/2000 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Darren New) What: TCLtt (TCL-TinyTalk) Where: From the contact Description: Programmable client for connecting to MUDs (effectively, chat servers with role playing). Uses Tcl 6.7, should be OK with earlier. Updated: Contact: mailto:[email protected] (David Fenger) What: TeenyMUD Where: From the contact Description: a small Multi User Dungeon program which is based on a heavily modified version of Tcl. Contact: mailto:[email protected] (TeenyMUD admin addr) mailto:[email protected] (Teeny MUD Mailing List) mailto:[email protected] (jason downs)
What: tkMOO-light (open-source, proprietary) Where: http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/User/Andrew.Wilson/tkMOO-light/ http://www.cm.cf.ac.uk/User/Andrew.Wilson/tkMOO-light/Source/ Description: Advanced chat client suitable for use with MUD and MOO systems. Runs on Unix, Windows 95/98/NT and Macintosh platforms. Macintosh version is a single file download which doesn't require a separate install of tcl/tk. Latest version is v0.3.29 . Updated: 05/1999 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Andrew Wilson)
LV: One of the things I was recently asked was Can Tcl be used to get information easily from a web site? And while certainly there are web scraping techniques, I don't know that I would consider use of these in the easily category. Anyone aware of any Tcl extensions which work hard behind the scenes to make interacting with web sites easier?