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[hidden email]: Jun 23 01:31AM -0700

I have inherited an old Tcl application that used to run happily in Tcl 8.4 on OpenSUSE 10.2. I am now trying to run it on more recent versions of OS and Tcl, and I'm finding that it gets stuck at a ...more
Christian Gollwitzer <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 10:59AM +0200


> puts "the end"
> ---------------
 
> With a non-threaded Tcl, I see both output messages and the process exits.
 
What is the intent of the real script? Your demonstration can be shortened:
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EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 05:30PM +0200

Am 23.06.16 um 10:59 schrieb Christian Gollwitzer:
 
> In short, the program above has a bug. It asks to wait endlessly,
> without any possibility to end and while doing nothing. The bug surfaces ...more
Christian Gollwitzer <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 06:31PM +0200

Am 23.06.16 um 17:30 schrieb EL:
>> in different ways for threaded/non-threaded Tcl.
 
> I had a similar issue lately. Funny that Tcl decides when a program
> can/cannot run forever and not the ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 07:18PM +0200

Am 23.06.16 um 18:31 schrieb Christian Gollwitzer:
 
> Yes, but what's the point? If there is no pending event, and no second
> thread, and no Tk - what does the vwait do? Just occupying memory? ...more
Robert Heller <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 01:01PM -0500

> the first one.
> So, the first interp is meant to act as a "comm server", but funny
> enough it doesn't go into the event loop by just "package re comm".
 
Doing a 'package require ...' is almost ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 07:27PM


> Yes, but what's the point? If there is no pending event, and no second
> thread, and no Tk - what does the vwait do? Just occupying memory? Until
> proven otherwise, I believe that this is ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 07:35PM

> the first one.
> So, the first interp is meant to act as a "comm server", but funny
> enough it doesn't go into the event loop by just "package re comm".
 
No, comm does not go "into the event ...more
Puneet Goyal <[hidden email]>: Jun 23 04:46AM -0700

ok i am able to do it using -helptext option.
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Brad Lanam <[hidden email]>: Jun 22 02:24PM -0700

I think this answers your question:
 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21712052/create-a-file-with-windows-property-store-metadata-using-win32-api
 
Unless windows knows about .sfx files and .sfx ...more
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