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Re: Need feedback on a wrapper script design.

by Courage (Parson)
on Sep 22, 2005 at 18:19 UTC ( #494237=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Need feedback on a wrapper script design.

I wrote an utility very close to your description; mostly my utility coincides with your description, but I have only Perl scripts to invoke.

Each utility to invoke has common agreements on parameters, and, indeed, parameters could be entered via GUI, or from command line, or both methods (entered in command line and then edited by afterwards in GUIby user), or without GUI - all ways of invocation are possible in my case.

GUI was implemented with Tcl::Tk, which is like perl/Tk but much more capable.

I can provide may be more details on this.

Also, could be of interest for you as a starting point of your own way.

Best regards,
Courage, the Cowardly Dog

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[karlgoethebier]: shmem: yes - i f you manage it to get on the bike. and pray if you must stop...
[shmem]: in the french alpes, at the end of a gravel road, we had a beer at a hut - and heard an enduro coming up.
[shmem]: not by the road, but from there below where you wouldn't want to walk.
[shmem]: the biker stopped the machine at the table and took off his helmet.
[shmem]: long white hair, long beard the same, then he proceeded to get off the bike
[shmem]: saying "biking itself isn't that much, but getting up and down - hell!"
[shmem]: up and down: on and off the bike, of course

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