[TriLUG] need a gui for my bash script
josh at glowfilms.com
Mon May 10 11:46:41 EDT 2004
It's not the quickest solution, but I've been pretty happy with tcl.
I've used tcl to add a gui interface to some of my scripts and have
been quite happy with it.
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On May 10, 2004, at 10:21 AM, Ryan Leathers wrote:
> Recently I wrote a bash script which uses getopts and a read to handle
> user input. The script works great and is a huge time saver for the
> folks who use it. However, in spite of my best efforts at providing
> good input validation, help, and usage examples the users are pining
> a GUI tool.
> Can anyone suggest a quick and dirty way to put a GUI wrapper around my
> command line tool?
> Ryan Leathers <ryan.leathers at globalknowledge.com>
> Global Knowledge
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