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Jim <[hidden email]>: Jan 15 01:40PM -0800

> Jim, would be possible to write this kind of command?
> proc noop {args} {}
> proc threadit {num args} {LITERAL BLACK MAGIC NUM TIMES}
Absolutely! Yes, great question.
There is one such ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 15 10:09PM

> it actually -- so I'm hoping somebody that has might join in and
> contribute that code to this effort. I just know its possible and would
> love to collaborate with somebody on solving it.
[hidden email]: Jan 15 06:10PM -0800

> However, the obstacle seems easily overcome if community pages existed that shared some basic concepts and conventions (example code) so that folks get this info/training upfront. ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 16 03:07AM

> this example.
> I think it would be cool to see this implemented using threads to get
> the expected results.
The reason you get the differing effect you see is that vwaits nest, ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 16 12:32AM -0800

On Monday, January 15, 2018 at 7:07:47 PM UTC-8, Rich wrote:
> Alternately, if you really need a 'stop and wait here while the event
> loop continues before continuing' then that would be a ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 16 10:49AM

> delays (an androwish tcl program I wrote to control my Roku device).
> It's much easier to write (and especially to read) using sequential
> wait commands.
Which is why I also said: "While it ...more
"Donal K. Fellows" <[hidden email]>: Jan 16 01:11PM

On 16/01/2018 10:49, Rich wrote:
> If you want to keep the synchronous style, but have asynchronous
> operation (event loop) then using 8.6 and coroutines are the superior
> way to go.
[hidden email]: Jan 16 10:03AM -0800

On Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 5:11:10 AM UTC-8, Donal K. Fellows wrote:
> you get sensible control flow with very little script-level overhead, so
> your code writes pretty much the same (OK, ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 16 06:30PM

>> same pattern) as a synchronous wait yet without the bad side effects.
> Interesting. Could you provide an example that demonstrates how one
> might write a co-routine with a wait, in as few ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 16 12:09PM -0800

On Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 10:30:12 AM UTC-8, Rich wrote:
Thanks for the detailed reply.
> That one is easy, although I am assuming you mean a tk or ttk "button"
> and not an lirc ...more
"Ricardo kozmate.net" <[hidden email]>: Jan 16 10:03AM

Em 15/01/18 12:07, Andre escreveu:
> set c [join a$b {}] ;#doesnt work (the result is incorrect)
Also, I'd say the result was not "incorrect", the result was "unexpected".
That is, you better ...more
Nicolas <[hidden email]>: Jan 15 11:32PM -0800

thank you very much Keith
best regards,
Le lundi 15 janvier 2018 20:16:58 UTC+1, Keith Nash a écrit :
Ali M <[hidden email]>: Jan 15 09:32PM -0800

On Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 1:49:34 PM UTC-5, Gerald Lester wrote:
> > In the #tcl irc channel it is derided as abandoned. A couple days ago I got the idea for a distributed software ...more
stefan <[hidden email]>: Jan 15 01:50PM -0800

> Why not use Apache Httpd (which is one of the most widespread servers
> out there)?
I might be wrong here, but last time I checked, Apache Rivet required prefork MPM and, alas, Apache's ...more
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