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Terry Westley <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Jun 1998 20:36:20 -0400
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Announcing availability of a new version of TASH, version 8.0.2.
TASH is an Ada binding to Tcl/Tk.

See http://tash.calspan.com for more info.

Excerpt from release notes:

 - Upgraded Windows 95 version to Tcl/Tk 8.0.

 - Improved test and demo directory makefiles to remove Unix dependencies
   on commands deroff and diff. This was done by writing the Ada
   programs, wordify and compare. Now, Win95 users can use these programs
   to verify that the test and demo programs are working properly.

 - Added a thin binding to Tk in package Tcl.Tk. This implements an
   almost complete binding to tk.h. I say "almost" because references to
   X data types and all subprograms which use them have not been
   implemented.

 - The thick binding to Tk has now been moved to package Tcl.Tk.Ada to
   accomodate the thin binding in package Tcl.Tk. Unfortunately, this
   will force you to change a few references to Tcl.Tk to reference
   Tcl.Tk.Ada instead.

 - Bug Fix: Corrected procedure Free in cargv.adb. It was going into a
   recursive loop calling itself from which it could never return.

 - Bug Fix: Corrected function "&" in cargv.adb. It was not correctly
   constructing the concatenated array of strings.

--
Terry J. Westley, TASH author and TASH list owner
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