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Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

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Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release. It can be downloaded from the [http://www.purl.org/net/Alpha/Alphatk] web site. That site also includes information about older releases.

Current Beta/Development versions:

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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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May 06, 2007, at 05:26 AM by gostklqroc -
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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February 08, 2007, at 02:24 PM by bd - Spam removed
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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February 08, 2007, at 11:13 AM by Tlue Orwin - Tlue Orwin
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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Kindzmarauli vs conyaq, or some...

February 04, 2007, at 08:56 PM by bd - spam cleanup
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Drugs sucks!

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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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January 30, 2007, at 09:56 AM by Zoppuy Oppy - Zoppuy Oppy
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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Drugs sucks!

January 22, 2007, at 01:44 PM by agm - spam cleanup
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God bless any child in this world and beyond

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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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January 22, 2007, at 12:20 PM by Rouen Atck - Rouen Atck
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...


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God bless any child in this world and beyond

February 11, 2006, at 08:36 AM by 80.219.91.14 -
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Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of new Alpha versions 8/X/tk...

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Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of the new versions Alpha8/X/tk...

February 11, 2006, at 08:35 AM by 80.219.91.14 -
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Those using Alpha 7 should really upgrade to one of Alpha 8/X/tk...

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Those users who still use Alpha 7 should consider upgrading to one of new Alpha versions 8/X/tk...

January 23, 2006, at 03:49 PM by 212.180.15.164 -
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Alphatk is a shareware text editor written entirely in Tcl/Tk by Vince

Alphatk's homepage is http://www.purl.org/net/alphatk

Alphatk runs on Windows, Unix and MacOS X.

On MacOS classic you can use Pete Keleher's Alpha which has approximately the same functionality.

Alphatk 8.3.3 is the latest release.

See AlphatkPlatformSpecificDiscussions? (and add your own experiences).


There are a few things Alphatk has which Alpha 8/X don't:

  • you can use the same editor on Windows, MacOS X and Unix.
  • you can view line-numbers in editing windows (Alt-F11)
  • true soft wrapping of text (long lines visually wrapping without the need to insert carriage returns)
  • full Unicode and encoding support
  • you can 'fold' blocks of code so they are hidden away
  • images can be added to dialogs ('-i ...')
  • multi-page dialogs can be tabbed or have list controllers
  • the dialog command supports a few more items (listpicks) and flags (-action, -tag, -drag, -drop)
  • correct comment colouring for weird modes like Fortran
  • direct editing of virtual filesystems
  • launch other Tk applications and helpers inside Alphatk's process

Those using Alpha 7 should really upgrade to one of Alpha 8/X/tk...


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