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DiffUtil
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A Tcl extension for comparing files and other diff tasks.

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DiffUtil

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A Tcl extension for comparing files and other diff tasks.

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	Rtcl - A Tcl Extension for Embedding the R Statistical Language
	---------------------------------------------------------------


DESCRIPTION
===========


The Rtcl extension embeds an interpreter for the R programming

language (see http://www.r-project.org) inside a Tcl interpreter. It
provides commands for evaluating R expressions, for importing their
values into Tcl, and for determining their type.


REQUIREMENTS
============

Rtcl requires the following software packages to be installed:

    1. Tcl, version 8.6 or newer
    2. R, version 3.4 or newer, built with shared libraries

At runtime Rtcl tries to dynamically link the main R shared library
from the following locations:


POSIX:		${R_HOME}/lib/libR.so
		/usr/local/lib/R/lib/libR.so
		/usr/lib64/R/lib/libR.so
		/usr/lib/R/lib/libR.so


MacOSX:		${R_HOME}/lib/libR.dylib
		/usr/local/lib/R/lib/libR.dylib


Win32:		%R_HOME%/bin/i386/R.dll
		%ProgramFiles%/R/R-3.*/bin/i386/R.dll
		%ProgramW6432%/R/R-3.*/bin/i386/R.dll


Win64:		%R_HOME%/bin/x64/R.dll
		%ProgramFiles%/R/R-3.*/bin/x64/R.dll


INSTALLATION
============


Installation of Rtcl follows Tcl's usual configure/make/make install
pattern. A typical installation on Unix will look like:

    % tar xvzf Rtcl1.1.tar.gz
    % cd Rtcl1.1
    % ./configure
    % make
    % make test
    % su
    password:
    # make install
    # ^D
    %

The configure script accepts a number of options, including:

    --with-tcl=tclDir        Directory containing "tclConfig.sh"


USING IT
========


Fire up your tclsh:

    tclsh8.6
    % package require Rtcl
    1.1

Use `man Rtcl` for further details.


HISTORY
=======


Versions 0.1 through 0.3 were initially developed and released by Neil
McKay on Redhat Linux 8. Versions 1.0 and later were revised and
packaged by Matt Adams on FreeBSD 11.

See ChangeLog for detailed notes.


VERSION NUMBERS
===============


New releases require version number changes in the following files:

README
configure.ac (line 22)
doc/Rtcl.tmml
doc/Rtcl.n
tests/rtcl.test (line 27)
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Rtcl - A Tcl Extension for Embedding the R Statistical Language

===============================================================

DESCRIPTION

-----------

The Rtcl extension embeds an interpreter for the R programming
language (see [http://www.r-project.org](http://www.r-project.org))
inside a Tcl interpreter. It provides commands for evaluating R
expressions, for importing their values into Tcl, and for
determining their type.


REQUIREMENTS
------------

Rtcl requires the following software packages to be installed:

    1. Tcl, version 8.6 or newer
    2. R, version 3.4 or newer, built with shared libraries

At runtime Rtcl tries to dynamically link the main R shared library
from the following locations:

POSIX:
	${R_HOME}/lib/libR.so
	/usr/local/lib/R/lib/libR.so
	/usr/lib64/R/lib/libR.so
	/usr/lib/R/lib/libR.so

MacOSX:
	${R_HOME}/lib/libR.dylib
	/usr/local/lib/R/lib/libR.dylib

Win32:
	%R_HOME%/bin/i386/R.dll
	%ProgramFiles%/R/R-3.*/bin/i386/R.dll
	%ProgramW6432%/R/R-3.*/bin/i386/R.dll

Win64:
	%R_HOME%/bin/x64/R.dll
	%ProgramFiles%/R/R-3.*/bin/x64/R.dll


INSTALLATION

------------

Installation of Rtcl follows Tcl's usual configure/make/make install
pattern. A typical installation on Unix will look like:

	$ tar xvzf Rtcl1.1.tar.gz
	$ cd Rtcl1.1
	$ ./configure
	$ make
	$ make test


	$ sudo make install



The configure script accepts a number of options, including:

	--with-tcl=tclDir        Directory containing "tclConfig.sh"


USING IT

--------

Fire up your tclsh:

	tclsh8.6
	% package require Rtcl
	1.1

Use `man Rtcl` for further details.


HISTORY

-------

Versions 0.1 through 0.3 were initially developed and released by Neil
McKay on Redhat Linux 8. Versions 1.0 and later were revised and
packaged by Matt Adams on FreeBSD 11.

See ChangeLog for detailed notes.


VERSION NUMBERS

---------------

New releases require version number changes in the following files:

	README
	configure.ac (line 22)
	doc/Rtcl.tmml
	doc/Rtcl.n
	tests/rtcl.test (line 27)

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mkappimg
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Experimental tool to make an AppImage (https://appimage.org) standalone

portable Linux app from a running vanillawish, vanillatclsh, or undroidwish.

Requires an external appimagetool binary for the respective platform
depending on CPU architecture.

  $ ./vanillawish builtin:mkappimg/mkappimg
  -> creates ./vanillawish-x86_64.AppImage on a x86_64 system

  $ ./vanillawish-x86_64.AppImage builtin:mkappimg/mkzipimg
  -> recreates a vanillawish ZIPFS based binary

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mkappimg

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Experimental tool to make an AppImage
[https://appimage.org](https://appimage.org) standalone
portable Linux app from a running vanillawish, vanillatclsh, or undroidwish.

Requires an external appimagetool binary for the respective platform
depending on CPU architecture.

	$ ./vanillawish builtin:mkappimg/mkappimg
	-> creates ./vanillawish-x86_64.AppImage on a x86_64 system

	$ ./vanillawish-x86_64.AppImage builtin:mkappimg/mkzipimg
	-> recreates a vanillawish ZIPFS based binary

TODO: improve startup script to make desktop links?

CHW 2018-11-03

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tclcan
======


This package provides CAN sockets for Tcl using the AF_CAN address
family on Linux.

INSTALLATION
============


This package uses the Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA). Please see the
web page

    http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/

for more information about TEA.

LINUX BUILD
===========

Building under Linux systems is easy, just run the configure script
and then run make.

FURTHER READING
===============


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAN_bus

https://elinux.org/CAN_Bus

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tclcan

------

This package provides CAN sockets for Tcl using the `AF_CAN` address
family on Linux.

INSTALLATION

------------

This package uses the Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA). Please see the


web page [http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/](http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/)

for more information about TEA.

LINUX BUILD
-----------

Building under Linux systems is easy, just run the configure script
and then run make.

FURTHER READING

---------------

[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAN\_bus](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAN_bus)

[https://elinux.org/CAN\_Bus](https://elinux.org/CAN_Bus)