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Mark Case <[hidden email]>: Jun 05 12:15PM -0700

I've created a basekit on Solaris 10 x86 with Tcl 8.6.5 using KitGen 0.4.8.
However, when I wrap my application:
 
sdx wrap Appl -runtime /usr/local/bin/kbsvq8.6-cli
 
instead of launching the ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 04 11:17PM +0200

Am 04.06.16 um 21:28 schrieb Robert Heller:
 
> For the most part, it is *rare* for one *binary* extension* to make use of
> *another* binary existension
 
No it isn't so rare. Its quite useful, to ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 04 11:26PM +0200

Am 04.06.16 um 20:57 schrieb Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr:
 
> It is not BLT, but tkblt which is a subset only. And since I am not a
> Tcl guru, the chances that this happens are minimal unless there is a ...more
Robert Heller <[hidden email]>: Jun 04 06:07PM -0500

> well. tclexpect has header files. And many more... Header files imply
> calling from C, which implies linking, which is done best (in the
> "Tcl-is" way) via stubs, at least as I understand it ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 05 12:54PM +0200

Am 05.06.16 um 01:07 schrieb Robert Heller:
 
> It sounds like tkblt is much the same (I wonder if it uses SWIG...).
 
As far as I see, tkblt is a fork of BLT, which is a pure C extension to ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 05 01:13PM +0200

Am 04.06.16 um 22:21 schrieb Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr:
 
> Wouldn't that be the case for every tcl package that somehow comes with
> header files?
 
Not necessarily. It depends on the extension ...more
[hidden email] ("Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr"): Jun 05 01:33PM +0200

> I *think* the stubs.c and stubs.h files can be generated by a script
> from definitions in a *.decls file. The TEA probably has such tools...
> but the last time I looked at it was around 10 years ...more
Rolf Ade <[hidden email]>: Jun 05 01:50PM +0200

> libtkbltstub.a. Just setting
 
> TEA_ADD_STUB_SOURCES([src/tkbltStubLib.c])
 
> is not enough. Any idea here?
 
You need also a few changes in Makefile.in. Take a look at an example, ...more
[hidden email] ("Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr"): Jun 05 02:24PM +0200


>> TEA_ADD_STUB_SOURCES([src/tkbltStubLib.c])
 
>> is not enough. Any idea here?
 
> You need also a few changes in Makefile.in.
 
Thank you; I got it working. For reference, this is the pull ...more
EL <[hidden email]>: Jun 05 03:44PM +0200

Am 05.06.16 um 14:24 schrieb Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr:
 
> Thank you; I got it working. For reference, this is the pull request
> with all the changes:
 
> https://github.com/SAOImageDS9/tkblt/pull/2 ...more
[hidden email] ("Оlе Ѕtrеісhеr"): Jun 05 06:17PM +0200

> You might want to notify the maintainers of tkblt on sourceforge, maybe
> they are interrested in merging your changes into the tkblt sources.
 
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/tkblt/
...more
"Gerald W. Lester" <[hidden email]>: May 31 11:33AM -0500

On 5/31/16 7:30 AM, Holger Jakobs wrote:
> Trying to use Eclipse with dbgp_tcldebug for debugging Tcl. If an error occurs within a catch, everything is fine. But if an error occurs within a try, the ...more
Don Porter <[hidden email]>: May 31 01:09PM -0400

On 05/31/2016 12:33 PM, Robert wrote:
> Can a newer Tcl use an older Tk or is it an "all or nothing" Tcl/Tk
> matched version scenario.
 
Depends on the particular versions you're interested in. ...more
"Gerald W. Lester" <[hidden email]>: May 30 08:35AM -0500

On 5/30/16 4:54 AM, rene wrote:
> The label displays correctly.
> The ttk::label ignores the anchor.
 
> Can other confirm this?
 
You do not have an -anchor option on either one.
 
-- ...more
Emmanuel Frecon <[hidden email]>: Jun 04 02:08PM -0700

Dear all!
 
I posted a tiny patch to the implementation of vfs::http on the wiki (at http://wiki.tcl.tk/12838, unfold the discussion). I posted the whole procdure content, but, really, there are ...more
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