Tcl and Tk are pretty fun tools to have in your programming toolbox, especially since it works on both the Unix and Microsoft worlds.
much to say more at the moment. Which is a grand segue to the
only Tk software that I have available:
is a front end that allows you to tweak your
settings a little more gracefully. Trust me, this is a good
thing (TM). XWrits has a lot of options.
I've also got a number of small PostScript generating utility programs which I find very handy to have. In particular they relieve me of the difficulty of finding sources for various specialty papers (e.g. quadrille papers at various scales). They are moderately unfriendly to use, since they don't have any kind of built-in help messages, but the code is quite short and pretty much self-documenting.
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