Updated general README files about xorriso-tcltk

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Thomas Schmitt 10 years ago
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@ -158,9 +158,15 @@ and parsing of reply messages.
As a proof of concept, there is the Tcl/Tk script xorriso-tcltk which can
be launched by this shell command:
xorriso -launch_frontend $(which xorriso-tcltk) --stdio --
xorriso-tcltk
See file frontend/README-tcltk for a description of its GUI.
Or in the xorriso build directory, without installation of xorriso:
xorriso/xorriso -launch_frontend frontend/xorriso-tcltk --stdio --
In the running GUI, click with the rightmost mouse button on any GUI element
to get its particular help text.
See file frontend/README-tcltk for a short introduction.
See its Tcl code for getting an idea how this gets achieved.
Further there is the C program frontend/frontend_pipes_xorriso.c which

@ -149,15 +149,17 @@ input and output of xorriso. Several commands of xorriso help with receiving
and parsing of reply messages.
As a proof of concept, there is the Tcl/Tk script xorriso-tcltk which can
be launched by this shell command in the directory where xorriso was built:
be launched by this shell command:
xorriso/xorriso -launch_frontend frontend/xorriso-tcltk --stdio --
xorriso-tcltk
resp. after installation:
Or in the xorriso build directory, without installation of xorriso:
xorriso -launch_frontend $(which xorriso-tcltk) --stdio --
xorriso/xorriso -launch_frontend frontend/xorriso-tcltk --stdio --
See file frontend/README-tcltk for a description of its GUI.
In the running GUI, click with the rightmost mouse button on any GUI element
to get its particular help text.
See file frontend/README-tcltk for a short introduction.
See its Tcl code for getting an idea how this gets achieved.
Further there is the C program frontend/frontend_pipes_xorriso.c which

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