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Sorry if I was not clear

I want to migrate to Tcl::Tk

Yes, I have lots of custom widgets in Tk (Perl/Tk) that I want to migrate to Tcl::Tk

I have looked at books online, but it is hard to tell if they are focussing more on Tcl than Tk. I don't want to spend oodles of money only to have a book that does not describe how to make custom widgets.

Online tutorials are fine too... I just want to learn it.

Apparently Tcl::Tk allows you to write pure Tcl code, which would allow me to create a custom widget in pure Tcl, translating would be a pain, but I will do it if I have to. But I still need to know how.

Thx, Sandy


In reply to Re^2: Tutorials for custom widgets in Tcl/Tk by Sandy
in thread Tutorials for custom widgets in Tcl/Tk by Sandy

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