ltcltk is a binding of the Tcl skripting language and, more importantly, of the Tk toolkit to the lua skripting language. It consists of 2 modules, ltcl and ltk.
ltcl is the binding to the Tcl interpreter. It allows to access Tcl variables from Lua, function calls from Lua to Tcl and also from Tcl to Lua, plus the ability to define Tcl functions in Lua.
ltk is a simple pure-Lua binding to the Tk toolkit that uses ltcl to access the Tk functionality through a Tcl interpreter. All standard Tk functions and widgets from Tk 8.4 and Tk 8.5 are supported, with the ability to provide Lua functions where standard Tk expects Tcl functions or scripts. A few Tcl functions that seemed useful in the context of ltk are also provided.
Additional documentation on Tcl and Tk is available from www.tcl.tk
You can get ltcltk-0.9-2 by clicking on this link, or eventually by installing it from the luarocks repository. If you fetch it from here, the included README gives hints on how to build it.
The ltcl and ltk modules and all acccompagnying documentation and additional source code is released under the MIT/X11 license.
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