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ANNOUNCE: Tcl/Tk 8.5a1 rpm specification with thread 2.5.2 extension #2

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Generated and tested on an up-to-date Red Hat Fedora Core 1 i386 system.
The rpms install under /opt/tcltk and therefore do not conflict and
peacefully coexist with the stock Redhat Tcl and Tk rpms.

To build the rpms, download the Tcl/Tk 8.5a1 and Thread 2.5.2 sources
from http://download.sourceforge.net/tcl/ into the
/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/ directory, place the specification file in the
/usr/src/redhat/SPECS/ directory, then from that directory, type:
~  # rpmbuild -bb --clean tcltk-8.5a1-2.spec

Notes:
- - Includes the window manager patch for Tk that restores the maximize
button in the KDE environment.
- - For Tk, the anti-aliased fonts option is turned on.
- - You may change the installation directory and turn on the thread
extension at the beginning of the specification file.

- --
Jean-Luc Fontaine  mailto:jfontain@free.fr  http://jfontain.free.fr/


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