DESIGNrev Tk uses the standard Tk library so any Tk instructions/tutorial would work. Here's a good Tcl/Tk resource http://www.tcl.tk/doc/
Although we don't have a dedicated Tk documentation, we provide some examples for your reference. Please check the following URL with your SupportNet account
Okay, that's good to know. Maybe I missed something, but I didn't see any examples of Tk scripts.
Normally, in my Tcl script, I'll call it up in this fashion:
calibredrv fileName.tcl arguments
So I am wondering how to do design and use Tk. Currently, I run Tk from shell, and it executes the 'wish' executable. How would you recommend I use Tk with calibredrv, do I continue to run it from the shell, and basically submit batch calibredrv executables to do things, and grab their textual output or is there other ways to do this, like perhaps I load the actual Calibredrv tool and built a Tk sub-menu?
I did a Tk search on InfoHub and found some limited information as you said.
It looks like you can use Tk by the interactive GUI or by using the batch GUI mode like this:
calibredrv myscript.tcl -gui