23 Jun 2001 stevecassidy   » (Journeyer)

So I'm now involved on the periphery of tclish which is an installer shell written in tcl/tk. It's something I've needed for some time since the current Emu installer is clunky and hard to configure. Tclish can do web based installs which will be a nice addition for the users to get excited about and should make it easier to give people the latest version. My first act was to remove the dependancy on BLT and chop the code up into more manageable chunks; there are some interesting things that could be done with this.

Got some coding done yesterday, all part of marking avoidance. Now I've got 200+ exam scripts sitting on my desk there will be plenty of opportunities for that...

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