Visual Tcl is a freely-available, high-quality application development environment for UNIX, Windows, Macintosh and AS400 platforms. Visual Tcl is written entirely in Tcl/Tk and generates pure Tcl/Tk code. This makes porting your Visual Tcl applications either unnecessary or trivial. Visual Tcl is covered by the GNU General Public License.
100% pure Tcl/Tk. No external libraries required.
Extensible widget and geometry manager support.
Create compound widgets and widget libraries.
GUI interface for most aspects of Tcl/Tk development.
Support for user images and fonts in your project.
Imports pre-existing Tcl/Tk code.
Built-in support for widget toolkits including: [incr Widgets], BLT, TkTable
Visual Tcl features new ready-to-use widgets: combo box, multicolumn listbox, progress bar
Predefined compounds available including scrolled text, scrolled listbox, scrolled canvas, horizontal and vertical splitters
Exports Tclets which run in Netscape/MSIE. You must have the
Tcl Pluginto see the Tclets.
Support for freewrap. Generate binaries for Windows or Linux.
Visual Tcl was originally written by Stewart Allen.
It was then maintained by Christian Gavin and Damon Courtney.
Kenneth Parker was lead developer 2005-2006.
Visual Tcl is currently maintained by unixabg.
For more information, please read the documentation and FAQ.