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TCL to Java conversion utility?

 
Rusty Enisin
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Not too sure this has a place in this forum, let alone anywhere on this site. But here goes...

My company has some TCL code that they would like converted to Java. They are not doing TCL anymore. Being a Java guy, I don't know any TCL. Before I run out and recode the app by hand, I want to find out if there is a conversion utility out there. I know this is a stretch; TCL being so popular and all...
 
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I'm not aware of a conversion utility, but if you need to integrate TCL into Java, why not do that instead of porting? There's TCLJava, which is a TCL implementation in Java, so you may not need a native TCL interpreter. Furthermore, there's BSF, which provides even better integration between the two.
 
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