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tixwish


       tixwish  -  Windowing shell for interpreting Tix commands.


SYNOPSIS

       tixwish ?fileName arg arg ...?


OPTIONS

       -display display    Display (and screen) on which to  dis­
                           play window.

       -geometry geometry  Initial  geometry  to  use for window.
                           If this option is specified, its value
                           is stored in the geometry global vari­
                           able of the application's  Tcl  inter­
                           preter.

       -name name          Use  name as the title to be displayed
                           in the window, and as the name of  the
                           interpreter for send commands.

       -sync               Execute  all  X  server  commands syn­
                           chronously,   so   that   errors   are
                           reported immediately. This will result
                           in much slower execution,  but  it  is
                           useful for debugging.
_________________________________________________________________


DESCRIPTION

       Tixwish  is a simple program consisting of the Tcl command
       language, the Tk toolkit, and a main  program  that  reads
       commands from standard input or from a file.  It creates a
       main window and then processes Tcl commands.   If  tixwish
       is  invoked  with  no  arguments, or with a first argument
       that starts with ``-'', then it reads Tcl commands  inter­
       actively from standard input.  It will continue processing
       commands until all windows have been deleted or until end-
       of-file  is  reached on standard input.  If there exists a
       file .tixwishrc in the home directory of the user, tixwish
       evaluates the file as a Tcl script just before reading the
       first command from standard input.

       If tixwish is invoked with an initial  fileName  argument,
       then  fileName  is  treated  as the name of a script file.
       Tixwish will evaluate the script in fileName  (which  pre­
       sumably creates a user interface), then it will respond to
       events until all windows have been deleted.  Commands will
       not  be  read  from standard input.  There is no automatic
       evaluation of .tixwishrc in this case, but the script file
       can always source it if desired.


OPTIONS

       slash are used as the application name.                    |

       The  class  of the application, which is used for purposes |
       such as specifying options with a  RESOURCE_MANAGER  prop­ |
       erty  or  .Xdefaults  file, is the same as its name except |
       that the first letter is capitalized.


VARIABLES

       Tixwish sets the following Tcl variables:

       argc           Contains a count of the number of arg argu­
                      ments   (0  if  none),  not  including  the
                      options described above.

       argv           Contains a Tcl list whose elements are  the
                      arg  arguments  (not  including the options
                      described above), in  order,  or  an  empty
                      string if there are no arg arguments.

       argv0          Contains  fileName  if  it  was  specified.
                      Otherwise,  contains  the  name  by   which
                      tixwish was invoked.

       geometry       If   the  -geometry  option  is  specified,
                      tixwish copies its value  into  this  vari­
                      able.   If  the variable still exists after
                      fileName has been evaluated,  tixwish  uses
                      the  value of the variable in a wm geometry
                      command to set the main window's  geometry.

       tcl_interactive
                      Contains  1  if tixwish is reading commands
                      interactively (fileName was  not  specified
                      and   standard  input  is  a  terminal-like
                      device), 0 otherwise.


X RESOURCES

       Tixwish makes use of several X Resources to determine  the
       Toolkit  Options  for  the  Tix library. These X resources
       must be set using  RESOURCE_MANAGER  properties  or  .Xde­
       faults   files   before   tixwish  starts  running.  These
       resources must be associated with the main window  of  the
       tixwish application.  These options include:

       Name:          tixScheme
       Class:         TixScheme

              Specifies  the  color  scheme  to  use  for the Tix
              application. Currently only these schemes are  sup­
              ported: Blue, Gray, SGIGray, TixGray, and TK.

       If you create a Tcl script in a file whose first line is
                     #!/usr/local/bin/tixwish
       then  you  can  invoke  the script file directly from your
       shell if you mark it as  executable.   This  assumes  that
       tixwish  has  been  installed  in  the default location in
       /usr/local/bin; if  it's  installed  somewhere  else  then
       you'll  have to modify the above line to match.  Many UNIX
       systems do not allow the #! line to exceed about 30  char­
       acters  in  length, so be sure that the tixwish executable
       can be accessed with a short file name.


PROMPTS

       When tixwish is invoked interactively it normally  prompts
       for  each  command with ``% ''.  You can change the prompt
       by setting the variables tcl_prompt1 and tcl_prompt2.   If
       variable  tcl_prompt1 exists then it must consist of a Tcl
       script to output a prompt; instead of outputting a  prompt
       tixwish  will  evaluate  the  script  in tcl_prompt1.  The
       variable tcl_prompt2 is used in a similar way when a  new­
       line  is typed but the current command isn't yet complete;
       if tcl_prompt2 isn't set then  no  prompt  is  output  for
       incomplete commands.


KEYWORDS

       shell, wish, Tk, toolkit

Tix                            8.0                     tixwish(1)

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