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Re: Java vs Tcl/Tk

From: Ken Latta <klatta@tdis.icpsr.umich.edu>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 1995 09:29:28 -0400
Message-Id: <199506211329.JAA02945@icpsr.umich.edu>
To: www-talk@www10.w3.org
The url dropped the ~ in the path,
The proper citation is:
http://www.cs.vu.nl/~eliens/hush/hush.html
                    ^--note

Kenneth Latta, University of Michigan

313.763.1479 313.747.3630 fax
klatta@umich.edu, Ken_Latta@mail.uhs.umich.edu 

> From:    webtalk@everex.han.de (T"ons B"uker)
> To:      www-talk@www10.w3.org

> 
> 	You wrote:
> 	>I strongly feel that client side apps is the way web is
> 	>gonna proceed, but am not  sure  on what it would ride.
> 	>Could someone point me  to  a  document  with  relative
> 	>study  of  Java  and Tcl/Tk, or any other similar tech-
> 	>nologies?
> 	
> 	Yes I can :-)
> 	
> 	Take a look at what  I  found  in the proceedings of WWW
> 	'95 in Darmstadt.
> 	
> 	-> http://www.cs.vu.nl/eliens/hush/hush.html
> 	
> 	'Hush  (Hyper  Utility Shell) provides a C++ class inter-
> 	face on top of  Tcl/Tk.   It provides flexible access to
> 	script languages.  Not only Tcl, but also  other  script
> 	languages such as Python are supported.'
> 	
> 	Maybe that's you were looking for.
> 	
> 	Bye
> 	T"ons
> 	
> 
Received on Wednesday, 21 June 1995 09:29:33 GMT

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