atom feed5 messages in org.apache.tcl.rivet-devRe: Mod_dtcl Vs. mod_tcl
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Reem...@nokia.comOct 1, 2002 3:56 am 
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David BrancatoOct 7, 2002 4:48 am 
Subject:Re: Mod_dtcl Vs. mod_tcl
From:David Brancato (Dav@Brancato.com)
Date:Oct 7, 2002 4:48:05 am
List:org.apache.tcl.rivet-dev

Hi,

I am new to Apache-tcl and would like to know how does mod_dtcl differ from mod_tcl? Does mod_dtcl include embedded TCL interpreter?

Thanks, Reema.

mod_dtcl allows you to embed server-side TCL scripting within html while mod_tcl allows you to write Apache modules using TCL. So, although their names are quite similar, their respective functions are quite different. You can read more about the TCL Apache projects at:

http://tcl.apache.org/

mod_dtcl (as well as Rivet) requires that you have TCL installed on your system. This is the most flexible and practicable approach (in my opinion).