tclxml-dev - Tcl library for XML parsing - development files

Property Value
Distribution Debian 7 (Wheezy)
Repository Debian Main i386
Package name tclxml-dev
Package version 3.3~svn11
Package release 2
Package architecture i386
Package type deb
Installed size 81 B
Download size 19.26 KB
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TclXML provides event-based parsing of XML documents.  The
application may register callback scripts for certain document
features, and when the parser encounters those features while parsing
the document the callback is evaluated.
This package contains files needed for C development with tclxml.


Package Version Architecture Repository
tclxml-dev_3.3~svn11-2_amd64.deb 3.3~svn11 amd64 Debian Main
tclxml-dev - - -


Name Value
tcl >= 8.5.0-1
tclxml = 3.3~svn11-2


Type URL
Binary Package tclxml-dev_3.3~svn11-2_i386.deb
Source Package tclxml

Install Howto

  1. Update the package index:
    # sudo apt-get update
  2. Install tclxml-dev deb package:
    # sudo apt-get install tclxml-dev




See tclxml_3.3~svn11-2_i386.deb changelog.

See Also

Package Description
tclxml_3.3~svn11-2_i386.deb Tcl library for XML parsing
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tcm_2.20+TSQD-4.2_i386.deb Toolkit for Conceptual Modeling (TCM)
tcng_10b-4_i386.deb Linux traffic control language interpreter
tcpd_7.6.q-24_i386.deb Wietse Venema's TCP wrapper utilities
tcpdump_4.3.0-1+deb7u2_i386.deb command-line network traffic analyzer
tcpflow_0.21.ds1-7_i386.deb TCP flow recorder
tcpick_0.2.1-6_i386.deb TCP stream sniffer and connection tracker
tcpreen_1.4.4-2_i386.deb Simple TCP re-engineering tool
tcpreplay_3.4.3-2+wheezy1_i386.deb Tool to replay saved tcpdump files at arbitrary speeds
tcpser_1.0rc12-1_i386.deb emulate a Hayes compatible modem
tcpslice_1.2a3-4_i386.deb extract pieces of and/or glue together tcpdump files
tcpspy_1.7d-4_i386.deb Incoming and Outgoing TCP/IP connections logger
tcpstat_1.5-7_i386.deb network interface statistics reporting tool
tcptrace_6.6.7-4.1_i386.deb Tool for analyzing tcpdump output