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[hidden email]: Nov 20 03:53PM -0800

I have two questions on the following:
 
1. Is there a way to “pre-process” a command before parsing
2. Is parse called 2 times for every command that needs parsing
 
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stefan <[hidden email]>: Nov 20 11:55PM -0800

> I was hoping there might be a way to “pre-process” a command and then submit a modified command for parsing and then execution and compiling. I’ve not had success with this.
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heinrichmartin <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 02:42AM -0800

On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 8:55:09 AM UTC+1, stefan wrote:
> > I was hoping there might be a way to “pre-process” a command and then submit a modified command for parsing and then ...more
[hidden email]: Nov 21 05:06AM -0800

On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 2:42:56 AM UTC-8, heinrichmartin wrote:
 
> Assuming you want to replace words in parens with expr (as discussed in the other thread).
 
Yes, I've been thinking ...more
[hidden email]: Nov 21 10:17AM -0800


> Hmmm. So say I clone Tcl_ParseBraces -> Tcl_ParseParens , and swap any literals of {} for ()
 
To answer my own question, this does appear to work. Seemed too easy - waiting for some gotcha.
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heinrichmartin <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 10:45AM -0800

> SIMPLE_WORD size = 5 numCom = 1 start = 009d15f6 <{1+2}>
> TEXT size = 3 numCom = 0 start = 009d15f7 <1+2>
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It would be interesting to get the ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 07:01PM

> this group postings, so I could show the output of my parser trace.
> It messes up all the work I did creating aligned columns (so my poor
> old eyes won't hurt reading it).
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[hidden email]: Nov 21 12:06PM -0800

On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 11:01:49 AM UTC-8, Rich wrote:
 
> 1) Stop using google groups (it is simply the most awful UI for
> accessing Usenet news ever created).
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Rich <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 08:20PM

>> accessing Usenet news ever created).
 
> I will look into that, but does this mean that others see the correct
> formatting, while only I see it messed up using google groups?
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Luc Moulinier <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 08:43AM -0800

Hello all,
 
I compiled a 64 bits windows version of tcltls-1.7.16 using MSYS2. However, 'load tcltls.dll' in tclsh86 raises the error : "can't find symbol Tcltls_Ini' (confirmed by gdb). ...more
[hidden email]: Nov 21 10:27AM -0800

I was only able to build tcltls using BAWT (which built a whole lot more as well). I don't recall if I tried a 64-bit build or not, as our target environment was 32-bit.
 
I'm not that experienced in ...more
Luc Moulinier <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 11:09AM -0800

Hello !
Thanks for your reply ! I read your post and the BAWT solution.
Do you know if BAWT is able to build 64 bit versions ?
 
Luc
 
 
Le mercredi 21 novembre 2018 17:43:21 UTC+1, Luc Moulinier ...more
Paul Obermeier <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 08:34PM +0100

Hello Luc,
 
BAWT supports both 32 and 64 bit versions. Currently the BAWT tcltls
version is 1.7.12, but version 1.7.16 should compile, too.
You may also try out the pre-built BAWT ...more
Luc Moulinier <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 11:58AM -0800

Thanks Paul !
 
always so helpful as usual ! ;-)
Regards,
Luc
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[hidden email]: Nov 21 06:27AM -0800

Hi,
 
tclexecomp V1.0.8 on Win 7
 
Have tested V1.0.8 version of tclexecomp.
Works great globaly, thanks a lot.
 
However, in the details, found some minor problem :
 
1) if a wrapped tcl script ...more
[hidden email]: Nov 21 08:01AM -0800

In my previous post, I forgot to ask how is compiled provided treectrl package ?
 
I ask because there is a small rendering pb for treectrl's headers with default style.
(the origin of this ...more
"Sergey G. Brester" <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 03:36AM -0800

The problem is that with this solution (breaking out from TclNRRunCallbacks in "unexpected" way) you may get some unpredictable after-effects, thus it is IMHO a bit too aggressive.
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"Sergey G. Brester" <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 03:50AM -0800

Am Mittwoch, 21. November 2018 12:36:52 UTC+1 schrieb Sergey G. Brester:
> return TCL_OK;
> }
 
> Tcl_NRAddCallback(interp, MyNRInvokeStep, thread, arg2, NULL, NULL);
 
It had a typo ...more
pooryorick <[hidden email]>: Nov 21 04:39AM -0800

I'm not sure what you're getting at here. Tcl already has coroutines and an event loop. {ycl coro call} and friends provide additional utilities.
 
--
Yorick
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