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Abridged summary of comp.lang.tcl@googlegroups.com - 14 updates in 6 topics

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heinrichmartin <[hidden email]>: Dec 05 06:29AM -0800

On Monday, December 3, 2018 at 3:50:38 PM UTC+1, Sebastian Biały wrote:
> b) I do have different C thread that would like to break tcl thread (for
> example user "break" action in IDE). ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 04 10:09PM -0800

More specific info regarding the above discussion:
here is the file I am trying to convert into csv using tcl. this file is generated by Surpac 3D modelling software.
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Rich <[hidden email]>: Dec 05 06:36AM

> set data1 [split $data ","]
 
> set sorted_data [lsort -real -index 2 $data1]
 
> ?.which didn't work
 
Of course it did not work. You simply split by commas, which destroyed ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 05 12:25AM -0800

> 0, 0.000, 0.000, 0.000,
> 0, 0.000, 0.000, 0.000, END
 
> The data starts from line #3.
 
Looking at this data, if seems that at least the last line is not actual data, and probably the next to ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 04 03:24PM -0800

I have a simple testcase that verifies that ttk is available in my application. It worked fine while the app was based on tcl 8.4. Now that we've moved to tcl 8.6, part of the script doesn't work. ...more
[hidden email]: Dec 04 06:34PM -0800

You can try the original ttk dialog implementation available at https://chiselapp.com/user/pooryorick/repository/tile/dir?ci=f2f73d90fe442e01&name=library
 
In all likelihood it will still work.
 
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[hidden email]: Dec 04 07:24PM -0800

Thanks for the suggestion. My preference is to just use what's available in tk 8.6, so the real question if there is an equivalent feature there that does what ttk::dialog did, or not.
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Rich <[hidden email]>: Dec 05 06:37AM

> Thanks for the suggestion. My preference is to just use what's
> available in tk 8.6, so the real question if there is an equivalent
> feature there that does what ttk::dialog did, or not.
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Christian Gollwitzer <[hidden email]>: Dec 05 07:55AM +0100

> Thanks for the suggestion. My preference is to just use what's available in tk 8.6, so the real question if there is an equivalent feature there that does what ttk::dialog did, or not.
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Adrian <[hidden email]>: Dec 04 10:38PM -0800

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matthew76 <[hidden email]>: Dec 04 10:36PM -0800

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[hidden email]: Dec 04 04:58PM -0800

Hi Experts, How can we compile a tcl script to an executable file on Linux?. We don't want to re write code in c/c++ and make a binary. Because The file will be always executed in TCL window of the ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Dec 04 10:29PM -0600

> Hi Experts, How can we compile a tcl script to an executable file on Linux?. We don't want to re write code in c/c++ and make a binary. Because The file will be always executed in TCL window of the ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Dec 05 06:18AM

> Linux?. We don't want to re write code in c/c++ and make a binary.
> Because The file will be always executed in TCL window of the tools.
> Please suggest a solution
 
Three possibilities: ...more
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