|Paradigm||multi-paradigm: object-oriented, functional, Imperative, event-driven programming|
|Designed by||Gustaf Neumann and Uwe Zdun|
1.6.8 / 29 April 2014
|Typing discipline||dynamic typing, everything can be treated as a string|
XOTcl is an object-oriented extension for the Tool Command Language created by Gustaf Neumann and Uwe Zdun. It is a derivative of MIT OTcl. XOTcl is based on a dynamic object system with metaclasses which as influenced by CLOS. Class and method definitions are completely dynamic. XOTcl provides language support for design patterns via filters and decorator mixins.
- ^ Neumann, Gustav; Zdun, Uwe (February 2000). "XOTcl, an Object-Oriented Scripting Language" (PostScript). Retrieved 2014-07-03.
- XOTcl Homepage - Extended Object Tcl
- Filters as a Language Support for Design Patterns in Object-Oriented Scripting Languages, in: Proceedings of COOTS, San Diego, California, USA, May, 1999 
- Citations from CiteSeer
- ActiveState's Tcl distribution for Microsoft Windows, includes XOTcl
- WinTclTk open-source MinGW-based distribution for Microsoft Windows, includes XOTcl
- XOTclIDE - IDE for XOTcl