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    FILE: "/krispc6/home/joze/src/tclreadline/README"
    LAST MODIFICATION: "Sat May  8 14:05:41 1999 (joze)"
    (C) 1998, 1999 by Johannes Zellner, <johannes@zellner.org>
    $Id$
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    tclreadline -- gnu readline for tcl
    Copyright (C) 1999  Johannes Zellner

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

This directory contains the sources and documentation for tclreadline,
which builds a connection between tcl and the gnu readline.
The information here corresponds to release 0.7 (initial developers release).

2. Documentation
----------------

The tclreadline.n nroff man page in this release contains the reference
manual entries for tclreadline.  If you only want to use tclreadline as
a tool for interactive script development,  you don't have to read this
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copy the sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.tclshrc. If you use another interpreter
like wish, you should copy the file sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.wishrc
(or whatever the manual page of your interpreter says.) If you have
installed tclreadline properly, you are just ready to start:
start your favorite interpreter. The tclreadlineSetup.tcl script
does the rest.



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    FILE: "/diska/home/joze/src/tclreadline/README"
    LAST MODIFICATION: "Fri Aug 20 15:01:56 1999 (joze)"
    (C) 1998, 1999 by Johannes Zellner, <johannes@zellner.org>
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    tclreadline -- gnu readline for tcl
    Copyright (C) 1999  Johannes Zellner

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

This directory contains the sources and documentation for tclreadline,
which builds a connection between tcl and the gnu readline.
The information here corresponds to release 0.9 (still a developers release).

2. Documentation
----------------

The tclreadline.n nroff man page in this release contains the reference
manual entries for tclreadline.  If you only want to use tclreadline as
a tool for interactive script development,  you don't have to read this
................................................................................

copy the sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.tclshrc. If you use another interpreter
like wish, you should copy the file sample.tclshrc to $HOME/.wishrc
(or whatever the manual page of your interpreter says.) If you have
installed tclreadline properly, you are just ready to start:
start your favorite interpreter. The tclreadlineSetup.tcl script
does the rest.