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Abridged summary of comp.lang.tcl@googlegroups.com - 30 updates in 8 topics

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Keith Nash <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 07:34PM

IMHO any repository needs a gatekeeper (or group of gatekeepers) - otherwise
there is nothing to stop people uploading malicious code, especially
malicious binaries.
 
I don't use Perl, but I ...more
David Zolli - Kroc <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 09:30AM -0800

Hi tclers,
 
Does somebody knows if Roy Keene still works on KitCreator?
 
Last changelog entry for trunk branche was made on 2017-10-18 and on 2017-08-18 for 0.10.2. That's pretty old!
 
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Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 11:45AM -0600

On 01/26/2018 11:30 AM, David Zolli - Kroc wrote:
> Hi tclers,
 
> Does somebody knows if Roy Keene still works on KitCreator?
 
> Last changelog entry for trunk branche was made on 2017-10-18 and ...more
Andreas Leitgeb <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 06:57PM

> what features or bugs are out there that you think should be being actively worked on?
 
Allowing to select Tcl 8.6.8, with online kitcreator ;-)
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David Zolli - Kroc <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 10:57AM -0800

Hi Gerald,
 
As you kown, I'm trying to provide up-to-date tclkit for Mac OS X: http://www.zolli.fr/tclkit-darwin.php
 
KitCreator 0.10.2 (and fossil-trunk) fails to build tclkit 8.6.8 while it ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 02:25PM -0600

On 01/25/2018 12:10 AM, Nicolas wrote:
> on the wiki I saw a page about cloudTK (http://wiki.tcl.tk/41972) which looks very impressive....
 
> my app is running on Mac, Pc and Linux and I need a ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 25 08:41PM -0800

On Friday, 26 January 2018 07:25:41 UTC+11, Gerald Lester wrote:
> | Gerald W. Lester, President, KNG Consulting LLC |
> | Email: [hidden email] ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 09:18AM +0100


> On Friday, 26 January 2018 07:25:41 UTC+11, Gerald Lester wrote:
> If you want to run Tcl directly on an Android Smartphone/Tablet
> then, as Gerald mentions, AndroWish is your answer.
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Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 12:06PM


> I saw AndroidWish mentioned several times. I just started with tcl, so
> it is not something I want to pick up now, but would be interesting in
> the (near) future. It is a real option to write ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 03:09PM +0100


> Presumably, as you ended the last sentence with a question mark, you
> meant to ask "Is it a real option ...".
 
> In which case, yes, it is a real option to write Android applications.
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Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 09:12AM -0600

On 01/26/2018 08:09 AM, Cecil Westerhof wrote:
 
>> In which case, yes, it is a real option to write Android applications.
 
> Can the user install only my application, or do they need also to ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 09:13AM -0600

On 01/26/2018 06:06 AM, Rich wrote:
 
> It can't do /everything/ a native app can do, but for the parts it has,
> it is a viable option (unless you /really/ need one of the Android ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 05:11PM +0100

>> install a tcl run-time?
 
> You can have the user just install your application or you can have them
> install a run time that is shared by several applications.
 
From a resource point the last ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 04:14PM


>> In which case, yes, it is a real option to write Android applications.
 
> Can the user install only my application, or do they need also to
> install a tcl run-time?
 
It works very much like ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 04:15PM

>> it is a viable option (unless you /really/ need one of the Android
>> API's that is not yet supported).
 
> Unless of course he writes the code to extend to that API.
 
True, contribuing back ...more
Cecil Westerhof <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 06:09PM +0100


>> Unless of course he writes the code to extend to that API.
 
> True, contribuing back interfaces to those missing API's would likely
> be welcomed by the AndroWish author.
 
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Uwe Klein <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 11:12AM +0100

Am 24.01.2018 um 18:20 schrieb Colin Macleod:
> Nevertheless, there do seem to be useful ways to interoperate at the script level. See my other post for a hack that works nicely for my current use ...more
Colin Macleod <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 04:57AM -0800

On Friday, 26 January 2018 10:12:54 UTC, Uwe Klein wrote:
 
> You can keep state inside the bg_expect handling
> using a fully referenced or global variable, can't you?
 
Yes, that's what I was ...more
Christian Gollwitzer <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 11:50PM +0100

Am 25.01.18 um 11:03 schrieb Arjen Markus:
>>> of the Tk canvas in Tk 9 by tkpath.
 
>> wow... that would be nice
 
> Well, if I remember correctly, a serious drawback is that it is not a drop-in ...more
Arjen Markus <[hidden email]>: Jan 26 12:07AM -0800

On Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 11:50:40 PM UTC+1, Christian Gollwitzer wrote:
 
 
> Are you sure? At http://wiki.tcl.tk/14545 I read:
 
> "Tkpath 0.3.0 provides a new canvas widget that is ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 25 08:51PM -0800

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sam appleton <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 12:57PM -0800

Hi
 
We have slightly modified the TCL interpreter that ships with our product. One of our customers asked is there some way that we can qualify that these modifications didn't break "something" in ...more
Harald Oehlmann <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 10:12PM +0100

Am 25.01.2018 um 21:57 schrieb sam appleton:
 
> Please, no gratuitous "why do you need to do that" comments. It's asinine.
 
> Thanks in advance,
 
> Sam Appleton
 
TCL 8.5.8 source distribution ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 09:14PM

> underlying interpreter. Is there some standard compliance/test suite
> that can be used to check a TCL installation - like a set of
> self-test utilities or standard functionaltiy tests?
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sam appleton <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 01:21PM -0800

Thanks Harald and Rich,
 
The developer did not check in the test directory for some reason.
I recovered it from the stock 8.5.8 source installation.
 
We couldn't do most of our modification as an ...more
Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 04:17PM -0600

On 01/25/2018 02:57 PM, sam appleton wrote:
> Hi
 
> We have slightly modified the TCL interpreter that ships with our product. One of our customers asked is there some way that we can qualify that ...more
sam appleton <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 02:36PM -0800

We're locked in because we modified the core of the interpreter (not
just extensions). We could possibly forward-port those as patch files
but it might be quite complicated.
 
 
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Gerald Lester <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 05:09PM -0600

On 01/25/2018 04:36 PM, sam appleton wrote:
 
> We're locked in because we modified the core of the interpreter (not
> just extensions). We could possibly forward-port those as patch files ...more
Jim <[hidden email]>: Jan 25 05:29PM -0800

On 1/25/2018 1:14 PM, Rich wrote:
> tcltest. Presumably you downloaded a source bundle to then modify in
> whatever way you did. So why can't you just run the self tests that
> should have been ...more
[hidden email]: Jan 25 12:21PM -0800

Hi Don
 
This is easy too, I am all set. Thanks very much
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