standard Tk Library
DescriptionTklib, the standard Tk library, is a collection of common utility functions and widgets all written in pure Tcl/Tk. Modules included:
autoscroll: automatically maps scrollbars when they are needed;
canvas: provides a canvas with map background based on square tiles;
chatwidget: a composite widget for chat applications;
controlwidget: widgets for displaying and controlling numerical values;
crosshair: provides commands to (de)activate and track crosshairs;
on canvas widgets;
ctext: a text widget with syntax highlighting support;
cursor: provides a few cursor routines;
datefield: an entry widget for the purpose of date entry;
Diagrams: helps drawing diagrams, like flowcharts;
getstring: a dialog which prompts for a string input;
history: provides a history for mechanism for entry widgets;
ico: provides functions for reading and writing windows icons;
ipentry: a widget for the entering of an IP address;
khim: provides key bindings for entering international
characters on a keyboard that does not support them;
mentry: a multi-entry widget;
menubar: creates and manipulates menubars;
ntext: provides alternative bindings for the Text widget;
Plotchart: provides simple plotting and charting commands;
style: provides simple theming using Tk options;
swaplist: a dialog which allows one to move options between two lists;
tablelist: a multicolumn listbox widget;
tkpiechart: 2D or 3D pie chart object in a canvas;
tooltip: provides tooltips for Tk widgets;
wcb: widget callbacks;
widget: a set of megawidgets based on snit system;
widgetl: a widget for entry of ordered and unordered lists;
widgetv: a widget validator.
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