[gambit-list] Gambit GUI

Ralph Moritz ralph.moeritz at outlook.com
Tue May 14 00:46:32 EDT 2013

Yes, please make your updated version of pstk available on GitHub or  

On Tue, 14 May 2013 02:35:02 +0200, Adrien Piérard  
<pierarda at iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:

> Fred,
> I just discovered pstk last week.
> If you've got a working, updated version, I would suggest you fork the
> initial repo on bitbucket/github, and link your code to gambit's
> dumping grounds.
> P!
> On 13 May 2013 13:19, Fred Weigel <fred.weigel at zylog.ca> wrote:
>> Hendrik Boom <hendrik <at> topoi.pooq.com> writes:
>>> Are any GUI toolkits a good fit with Gambit?
>>> At the moment I only need a text interface, but the text would be  
>>> change
>>> all over the screen (or window).  In the 80's I'd use cursor controls  
>>> on
>>> a  VT100, but I suspect I can do better nowadays.
>>> In the long run I'll probably want some menus and images.
>>> Currently using Gambit on Linux. Portability to other platforms is not
>>> necessary, but would be nice.
>> Hendrick - On Linux I use pstk (dickey, holm, busch, 2004-2008). It has
>> suffered only the mildest bitrot (extra widgets in Ttk 8.5, correct  
>> version
>> checking). I can email you the version I am currently using, if you  
>> want.
>> (send me an email to fred (dot) weigel (at) zylog (dot) ca )
>> That gives you easy menus, text, and even graphics. The code is pretty  
>> much
>> portable to any system that supports tcl/tk (that includes Windows and  
>> Mac).
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