I downloaded and installed ActiveTcl 8.5.10, Community Edition, today.
It was installed on a Windows Vista PC with no problems or error messages.
I tried it out on a couple of Tk programs I had written long ago, and they worked.
I became interested in a statement on the web page
because it discussed the "teapot" program/script/facility, whatever it is.
That's new to me; I think my old ActiveTcl was 8.4 or thereabouts.
Here is what the web page says:
"Download ActiveTcl Community Edition to get started, then launch Teapot which provides
both command line and user interface access to all modules available through Teapot."
Well, there is no teapot of any kind that got installed, although as far as I can tell,
everything else is there, including a copy of teacup.exe. Which I guess I can't invoke
alone by itself.
So where is teapot? I did a Windows search on the entire hard disk (about a 2-hour job)
and turned up nothing.
Does ActiveTcl 8.5.10 install teapot, or not? If not, how do I get it?
Just as an aside, what does "launch Teapot" actually mean in the ActiveTcl world? Do I
click on it in Windows? Invoke it from tclsh? Or what? (If I even had teapot, I mean.)