Peter Rice (pmr at unst.sanger.ac.uk) wrote:
: I believe there are other groups also looking at Tcl/Tk for their
: software, so some consensus may be beginning to appear.
Well, sort of. Similar to my comments on the VIBRANT toolkit;
Tcl/Tk is primarily a user interface. We'll need to come up with
a communication below in order to transfer files and sort out the
problems with the graphics. Agreed, Tcl/Tk is nice, but writing scripts
might become difficult if you need to go into interactive graphics.
I noticed that Tcl/Tk becomes very slow if the number of objects
handled is getting too large.
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