On Mon, 8 Apr 2013, email@example.com wrote:
> Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 18:38:43 -0700 (PDT)
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Newsgroups: comp.lang.tcl
> Subject: ANNOUNCE: freeWrap 8.6 released (supports TCL/TK 8.6.0)
> This message announces the availability of freeWrap version 6.6. FreeWrap 6.6 is based on TCL/TK 8.6.0
> freeWrap is a program that allows creation of stand-alone TCL/TK executables without needing a compiler.
> Versions are free and available for the Windows and Linux operating systems.
> Instructions and source code for building freeWrap are also available.
> The following additional variation of freeWrap is also available for download:
> freewrapTCLSH a console-only application which includes only TCL.
> Please visit the freeWrap home page:
> Changes implemented in version 6.6
> 1. This version is based on TCL/TK 8.6.0.
> 2. FreeWrap is now distributed as a 64-bit application.
> 3. The freeWrapPLUS variation has been discontinued. The regular freeWrap variation contains any added extensions.
> 4. Tkpng is no longer included in freeWrap since the TCL/TK core itself now supports PNG image formats.
> 5. SQLite is now included as part of the regular TCL 8.6 distribution and is packaged as such.
> 6. BLT is no longer included in freeWrap since BLT does not support TCL/TK 8.6.
> 7. TCLLIB (version 1.15) is now included in freeWrap at the virtual directory of /tcllib1.15
> 8. TKLIB (version 0.5) is now included in freeWrap at the virtual directory of /tklib0.5
> 9. The virtual directory structure has been modified to better reflect the normal TCL/TK directory layout.
This would make an ideal delivery platform for Android. Has anyone used
freewrap for an Android device?? Any pointers would be deeply