> 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
> 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
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
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