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Update Nov 2006: for a new Tclkit Lite build system, see the kitgen/ directory.
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This is http://www.equi4.com/pub/tk/README
Aug 25, 2005


  Tclkit is a standalone application combining Tcl, Tk, TclVfs, IncrTcl, and
  Metakit.  It runs on a wide range of platforms and supports starkits.

  For detailed information about Tclkit and starkits, visit:

	http://www.equi4.com/tclkit.html
	http://www.equi4.com/starkit.html

  Tclkit comes in two flavors: one is for command-line use, the other has a GUI.
  On Windows these two are called TCLKITSH.EXE and TCLKIT.EXE, respectively,
  but on Unix, a single "tclkit" handles both cases (Tk is loaded on request).

  On the classic Mac, you'll need Metrowerks Codewarrior.  See the mac/ subdir.
  Mac OS X using X11 now builds with genkit.  Mac Aqua is work in progress.

  See http://www.equi4.com/pub/tk/ for a big collection of pre-built binaries.

  Instructions for building tclkit are here:

	http://www.equi4.com/pub/tk/tars/README

  The older information of this README has been deleted.  If you really have to
  see it, use the CVS interface to retrieve older versions of this document.

LICENSE

  The Tclkit-specific sources are license free, they just have a copyright.
  Hold the author(s) harmless and any lawful use is permitted.

  This does *not* apply to any of the sources of the other major Open Source
  Software used in Tclkit, which each have very liberal BSD/MIT-like licenses:
  	Tcl/Tk, Incrtcl, Metakit, TclVFS, Zlib