> How can i use a tcl scripts under c++?
The library provides a C function named Tcl_Eval() to which
you can pass a string argument. The string argument is then
processed, as if you'd typed it at the prompt in tclsh.
For further details, see the Tcl/Tk Books of Ousterhout or Welch.
Real-time 3D graphics for Tcl/Tk: The Interactive Virtual Rendering
System (iVRS) is an extension for Tcl/Tk that enables developers to
interactively create real-time 3D graphics applications.
iVRS features include:
- a powerful scene graph
- many built-in 3D shapes and graphics attributes
- high rendering performance (OpenGL)
- simple syntax
- runtime class and object information
- examples of 3D applications
iVRS is freely downloadable at www.vrs3d.org
Announcements archived at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tcl_announce/
The primary Tcl/Tk archive is ftp://ftp.neosoft.com/pub/tcl/ ]]