Blipt! is a new way of creating GUI programs without all the hassle of learning a new GUI toolkit or even relying on a Web browser.

Download it now (it's only 12KB).


(It's very probable both are readily available in your Linux distro repositories of *BSD ports tree.)

Example program




proc system_info {} {
  blipt::title "Timemory"
  blipt::geometry 60 6
  set time [exec date "+%H:%M:%S"]
  blipt::h1 "The time is $time"

  set mem [exec -- free -h | head -2 | tail -1 | tr -s { }]
  set memparts [split $mem " "]
  set available_mem [lindex $memparts 3]
  blipt::p "And your system has $available_mem of RAM available."

proc init {argv} {
  blipt::go_to {driver::system_info}

Run it

$ chmod a+x timemory.tcl
$ ./timemory.tcl


Blipt! was created by Cl├ęber Zavadniak and is released without any license. I don't really care what you do with it.

If you want, you can read our Code of Conduct