This software was developed for the Federal Reserve Board as part of my official Board duties. Therefore, this software is not "copyrightable" by anyone. It exists in the public domain.
Should you wish to use this software, or any portion thereof, in your own software program, if the new software program (which integrates U.S. Government software) is ever copyrighted, it should include a publication notice indicating which portions of the program belong to the United States Government. According to the United States Copyright Office:
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There is very little documentation available on these at present...
[incr Tcl] class to convert a tk menu into a tixTree with help and search facility.
[incr Tcl] class and standalone application to interface with RCS, the Revision Control System. To use the standalone application, move the "tkrcs" script somewhere in your $PATH (you may need to edit these files to specify the path to your tclsh and wish binaries).
[incr Tcl] class and standalone application for manipulating and editing XML files. Requires all of the above applications.
I've tested these under Linux and Solaris. Requires all the above packages, as well as:
Once un-tarred, move the 'fanxe' script somewhere in your $PATH (you may need to edit these files to specify the path to your tclsh and wish binaries). Before running the first time, execute "fanxe install".