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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.
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To be removed, see [[DLTK]]
 
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Besides a set of frameworks DLTK provides exemplary Tcl, Ruby, and Python development environments ready to use out of the box.
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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.
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== User Guides ==
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* [[DLTK_Installation|Installing DLTK]]
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* [[DLTK_IDE_Guide|A guide to building a DLTK-based language IDE]]
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== Project Plans and Feature Discussions ==
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* [[DLTK_Project_Plan|DLTK 1.0 Project Plan]]
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* [[DLTK_TCL|DLTK's TCL IDE Component]]
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Latest revision as of 06:45, 26 May 2008

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