New frames

From: Alex Williams <>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 1996 08:31:46 -0500 (EST)

   Thanks to the wonderful help I found on the list, I now have STk up
and running reliably on a 2 250MHz CPU, 2gig RAM 8400 TurboLaser here at
the office. (Yes, I /do/ believe in overkill. :)
   I'm very familliar with coding in Scheme, but a novice when dealing
with STk's integration with the Tk toolkit. The docs, incomplete as they
are, are quite helpful, but I find myself unable to answer a rather
simple question: is there a way to generate whole new window-frames
without spawning an entirely new interpreter runtime?
   What my intent to do with STk regards is creating a front-end
interface to a simple whiteboard-like database which keeps track of who's
in the office and who isn't, when they were in or out, etc. I /think/ I
need to have multiple windows/frames on the screen at once to do so
asthetically; thus, my question. :)

Alexander Williams { || You ride in 250 tons
             || of molecularly 
          }    || aligned crystaline
============================================// titanium wedded to a
ceramic ablative matrix.  You carry a 200mm Gauss cannon, two 
massive 10-gigawatt lasers, two SMLM fire-and-forget anti-tank
missiles, a Vulcan IV point defense anti-missile system, and a 
deadly assortment of other equally lethal weapons.
   Your vehicle is the ultimate product of 4,000 years of armoured
   Life expectancy: Less than two minutes.  -- Renegade Legion,
	  2.6 key avail: DF2216CECA7F9847 13EE8EEC9C2D9B9B
Received on Tue Mar 05 1996 - 14:41:01 CET

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