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FILE: "/home/joze/src/tclreadline/README"
LAST MODIFICATION: "Mit, 10 Jan 2001 06:29:33 +0100 (joze)"
(C) 1998 - 2001 by Johannes Zellner, <johannes@zellner.org>
$Id$
---

tclreadline -- gnu readline for tcl
http://www.zellner.org/tclreadline/
Copyright (c) 1998 - 2001, Johannes Zellner <johannes@zellner.org>

This software is copyright under the BSD license.




tclreadline


1. Introduction
---------------
................................................................................

    (c) The usual ./configure; make; make install sequence should do the rest.

    (d) Optionally (or additionally) you can build the executables
        tclshrl and / or wishrl which are a readline enhanced replacement
        for tclsh and wish. To compile these executable you should type

	    ./configure --enable-tclshrl --enable-wishrl

	(or one of these if you want just tclshrl or wishrl).
	NOTE that these executables need an installed version of
	tclreadline because they need some script files to run
	so you can't test tclshrl/wishrl before installing
	the tclreadline scripts.

        Building statically linked executables is DISCOURAGED
	but necessary on systems which don't support shared libs.


4. Using tclreadline for interactive tcl scripting.
---------------------------------------------------

copy the sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.tclshrc. If you use another interpreter
like wish, you should copy the file sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.wishrc
................................................................................
does the rest.


4. History and Changes.
-----------------------

tclreadline-1.2 0: (Mar 2000)
	switched to a BSD type license, introduced a new read-only
	variable `license' in the tclreadline namespace.

tclreadline-1.1 0: (Mar 2000)
	code cleanup and checked that it compiles with tcl8.3

tclreadline-1.0.1: (Sep 1999)

	changes:
	    - tclreadline::readline bell.
          Ring the terminal bell, obeying the setting
		  of bell-style -- audible or visible.


tclreadline-1.0.0: (Sep 1999)

	note:
	    - the script completer procs are written.
		  this is `sort of a first usable release'.

    fixes:
	    - some minor configure.in fixes.


tclreadline-0.9.3: (Sep 1999)

    changes:
	    - tk completion.
		- multiple fallback completion routines for unknown
		  commands.
		- readline reset-terminal sub-function.

    fixes:
	    - another revision of procession events and macros.
		  includes a hack using a readline's internal
		  variable _rl_executing_macro.


tclreadline-0.9.2: (Aug 1999)

    changes:
        - history event `!' expansion on <Tab>
        - if tclreadline::historyLength >= 0,
................................................................................
        - tclreadline::readline customcompleter
        - tclreadline::readline builtincompleter
        - tclreadline::readline eofchar
        - variable, array and '[' command completion by the script
          tclreadline::ScriptCompleter. See the man page or try
          typing "puts $env<TAB>" ... Command completion currently only
          works, if a '[' preceeds immediately a non-white character.
        - the redefinition of the command `cd' was removed due to 
          multiple requests. This redefinition can be found in the
          file `sample.tclshrc' and can be uncommented, if desired. 
        - the definition of the command `ls' was moved outside the
          proc tclreadline::Setup and can be used with the command
          namespace import tclreadline::ls (see sample.tclshrc).

    bug fixes:
        - lines added to tcl's history. (were only in readline's hist.)
        - macro mappings didn't work. (only when hitting
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FILE: README


$Id$
---

tclreadline -- gnu readline for tcl
http://www.zellner.org/tclreadline/
Copyright (c) 1998 - 2014, Johannes Zellner <johannes@zellner.org>

This software is copyright under the BSD license.
---



tclreadline


1. Introduction
---------------
................................................................................

    (c) The usual ./configure; make; make install sequence should do the rest.

    (d) Optionally (or additionally) you can build the executables
        tclshrl and / or wishrl which are a readline enhanced replacement
        for tclsh and wish. To compile these executable you should type

        ./configure --enable-tclshrl --enable-wishrl

    (or one of these if you want just tclshrl or wishrl).
    NOTE that these executables need an installed version of
    tclreadline because they need some script files to run
    so you can't test tclshrl/wishrl before installing
    the tclreadline scripts.

        Building statically linked executables is DISCOURAGED
    but necessary on systems which don't support shared libs.


4. Using tclreadline for interactive tcl scripting.
---------------------------------------------------

copy the sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.tclshrc. If you use another interpreter
like wish, you should copy the file sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.wishrc
................................................................................
does the rest.


4. History and Changes.
-----------------------

tclreadline-1.2 0: (Mar 2000)
    switched to a BSD type license, introduced a new read-only
    variable `license' in the tclreadline namespace.

tclreadline-1.1 0: (Mar 2000)
    code cleanup and checked that it compiles with tcl8.3

tclreadline-1.0.1: (Sep 1999)

    changes:
        - tclreadline::readline bell.
          Ring the terminal bell, obeying the setting
          of bell-style -- audible or visible.


tclreadline-1.0.0: (Sep 1999)

    note:
        - the script completer procs are written.
          this is `sort of a first usable release'.

    fixes:
        - some minor configure.in fixes.


tclreadline-0.9.3: (Sep 1999)

    changes:
        - tk completion.
        - multiple fallback completion routines for unknown
          commands.
        - readline reset-terminal sub-function.

    fixes:
        - another revision of procession events and macros.
          includes a hack using a readline's internal
          variable _rl_executing_macro.


tclreadline-0.9.2: (Aug 1999)

    changes:
        - history event `!' expansion on <Tab>
        - if tclreadline::historyLength >= 0,
................................................................................
        - tclreadline::readline customcompleter
        - tclreadline::readline builtincompleter
        - tclreadline::readline eofchar
        - variable, array and '[' command completion by the script
          tclreadline::ScriptCompleter. See the man page or try
          typing "puts $env<TAB>" ... Command completion currently only
          works, if a '[' preceeds immediately a non-white character.
        - the redefinition of the command `cd' was removed due to
          multiple requests. This redefinition can be found in the
          file `sample.tclshrc' and can be uncommented, if desired.
        - the definition of the command `ls' was moved outside the
          proc tclreadline::Setup and can be used with the command
          namespace import tclreadline::ls (see sample.tclshrc).

    bug fixes:
        - lines added to tcl's history. (were only in readline's hist.)
        - macro mappings didn't work. (only when hitting