1. Wize Admin
Wize comes with a builtin administrative interface invocable
from the command-line via:
Here is a screenshot:
The admin interface gives access to many of the features
and applications within Wize, further described below.
You can also run many Admin commands directly from
the command-line, eg:
wize / Zip/Unzip foo.zip dstdir/
The Admin entry gives access to commands for
installing, listing and verifying wize components.
The Zip entry gives access to commands for
managing .zip files.
The Root entry displays the wize builtin filesystem.
Mounts shows all mounted wizpaks, as well as any
.zip files manually mounted via Zip/Mount.
The Apps entry contains a number of builtin example
applications for Wize that you can run and examine.
Source for these can be browsed from "wize /" or
A very simple editor. eg.
An icon/image browser. eg.
A simple file manager. eg.
Introspect is a widget manager and command browser. eg.
Invokes the Tk console. Works even on Unix.
A simple demo of the BLT treeview and tabset widgets. eg.
1.6 Gui (or Mod)
Mod is a package used when writing complex and
sophisticated Tk applications.
The Admin entry Gui contains a number of example
applications that use Gui from the Mod package
(included in wizmod.zip), these include:
Gsqlite is an Sqlite client written using Gui
Geditor is an editor written using Gui
Ted is a programming editor designed to simplify
Tcl development in Wize. In particular, the command
completion feature can greatly simplify writing Tcl
(and Tk), particularly for those who might not know
the language that well.
(Note: ted is in wizapp.zip and is not part of wizmod.zip)
© 2008 Peter MacDonald