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While the main DLTK [http://www.eclipse.org/dltk website] contains the bulk of information regarding the project, the type of information more appropriately hosted on a wiki is (or will be) found here, such as: FAQs, tutorials, requirements, discussions, etc.
 
While the main DLTK [http://www.eclipse.org/dltk website] contains the bulk of information regarding the project, the type of information more appropriately hosted on a wiki is (or will be) found here, such as: FAQs, tutorials, requirements, discussions, etc.
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== User Guides ==
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* [[DLTK_Installation|Installing DLTK]]
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== Project Plans and Feature Discussions ==
  
 
* [[DLTK_Project_Plan|DLTK 1.0 Project Plan]]
 
* [[DLTK_Project_Plan|DLTK 1.0 Project Plan]]
 
* [[DLTK_TCL|DLTK's TCL IDE Component]]
 
* [[DLTK_TCL|DLTK's TCL IDE Component]]

Revision as of 06:02, 16 February 2007

Dynamic Languages Toolkit (DLTK) is a tool for vendors, researchers, and end-users who rely on dynamic languages. DLTK is comprised of a set of extensible frameworks designed to reduce the complexity of building full featured development environments for dynamic languages such as PHP and Perl.

Besides a set of frameworks DLTK provides exemplary Tcl, Ruby, and Python development environments ready to use out of the box.

While the main DLTK website contains the bulk of information regarding the project, the type of information more appropriately hosted on a wiki is (or will be) found here, such as: FAQs, tutorials, requirements, discussions, etc.

User Guides

Project Plans and Feature Discussions

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