OpenSolaris and Tcl
Anyway, I need to dig into Xen and tried to understand all the ins and outs. Stay tune, for sure I will blog about my findings.
One of the findings is that Tcl is in the main stream. Also, Tcl binding for PostgreSQL is fully integrated too.
In Solaris 10, it used to be in /usr/sfw (Sunfreeware) directory and is running a pretty old version Tcl 8.3.3.
# pkginfo | grep -i tcl system SUNWTcl Tcl - Tool Command Language system SUNWTk Tk - TCL GUI Toolkit system SUNWpostgr-82-pl PostgreSQL 8.2 additional Perl, Python & TCL server procedural languages system SUNWpostgr-82-tcl Tcl binding library for PostgreSQL 8.2 system SUNWpostgr-tcl A Tcl client library for PostgreSQL # pkginfo -l SUNWTcl PKGINST: SUNWTcl NAME: Tcl - Tool Command Language CATEGORY: system ARCH: i386 VERSION: 11.11.0,REV=2007.10.02.00.53 BASEDIR: / VENDOR: Sun Microsystems, Inc. DESC: Tcl - Tool Command Language (8.4.14) PSTAMP: sfwnv-x20071002010749 INSTDATE: Oct 26 2007 13:40 HOTLINE: Please contact your local service provider STATUS: completely installed FILES: 736 installed pathnames 9 shared pathnames 17 directories 3 executables 10154 blocks used (approx)