we have been providing compiled binaries of the latest Vim versions at github in the vim/vim-win32-installer project (sorry, I am not allowed to link here apparently)
For that, we in general try to enable all interfaces like ruby, perl, python2/3, and tcl. For that we need to download the interpreter locally, in order to have in the configure step find and link in the interface definitions. Note, that we do not distribute those interpreters, we just need to download those for building our binaries.
Now, for about 2 days, the download of ActiveStateTCL fails with connection reset error. It looks like, there is not a general public download site anymore that we can use? I tried to download locally, but it requires to create a new account on activestate.com which then forks the latest ActiveTCL into your local account?
Would it be possible to provide general downloads for a case like mine described? In the current way, it does not look like it’s possible to download new ActiveTCL releases automatically.