After installing the tcl plugin into your web browser, try the many examples at https://www.tcl-lang.org/software/plugin/applets.html .
More examples are listed on the wiki page Tclet demos.
Other tcl plugin examples may be found in the Tclet List.
Bruce Gingery has a tclet for which the primary purpose is displaying its own content in pseudo- multiple menu'd windows, which, in turn, is written dynamically with its embedding web page from a TCL CGI script at http://gtcs.com/cgi-bin/tclet2 .
The article "Using Active Server Pages with Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0", located at http://www.microsoft.com/iis/Evaluating/Guides/Whitepapers/aspwp.exe , implies that Microsoft will be supporting Tcl plugins for their server.
The WebTechniques http://www.webtechniques.com magazine published an article in 1997 on the Tcl Plugin http://www.webtechniques.com/archives/1997/12/junk/
Jeff Gosnell mailto:[email protected] has announced a number of Tcl related items at http://members.xoom.com/Machtyn/ , including a Tclet, a chat room at http://members.xoom.com/Machtyn/chats/2.html , etc. However, I've not been able to get thru to the site (I suspect it is very busy).
http://purl.org/tcl/home/software/plugin/ is an older site that gives download and other links, but the sourceforge address is the preferred location.
http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/Tools/maki/plugin/ is an outdated version of the Tcl plugin. Unfortunately, HEASARC has abandoned the plugin.
An ActiveX plugin was develeoped by Gary Lee and is at http://www.ecosine.com.tw/~garylee/ . Unfortunately, this is very platform specific (Windows only).
http://www.Lehigh.EDU/~sol0/ptk/ppl/ppl.html is a plugin for perl/tk .
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