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Hypnotoad <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 08:20AM -0700

I am currently seeking input on an alternative to tip#451, tip#479.
Tip 479:
* Uses a dict based description for named parameters
* Provides a new command to define procedures with only named ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 25 12:31PM -0700

Le mercredi 25 octobre 2017 17:21:00 UTC+2, Hypnotoad a écrit :
> http://core.tcl.tk/tips/doc/trunk/tip/479.md
> The patch to the core is ongoing, but a a pure-tcl mockup and a TEA extension ...more
Hypnotoad <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 12:57PM -0700

> ----------------------------------->8
> Regards,
> -jm
Thanks for the reply jm,
In the simplest case nothing would change. proc continues to work with positional arguments the same way. ...more
Hypnotoad <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 08:24AM -0700

On Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 11:45:59 AM UTC-4, Brad Lanam wrote:
> Is it possible to get kitcreator to build a wish executable on Mac OS X (as opposed to a tclsh?). I need to have the mac os x ...more
Brad Lanam <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 10:01AM -0700

On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 8:24:06 AM UTC-7, Hypnotoad wrote:
> I have a system similar to kitcreator, but which uses a Tcl based build mechanic called "toadkits".
sean <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 04:29AM

Hi All,
I would like to use activeTCL on MS Windows, but I noticed the version
of sqlite3 is quite old, it's 3.13.0 or something. How would I go about
updating my local copy of tcl to use a newer ...more
[hidden email]: Oct 25 06:39AM -0700

Le mercredi 25 octobre 2017 06:29:56 UTC+2, sean a écrit :
> Thanks for any input into updating sqlite3.
> Best,
> sean
Hello Sean,
If what you want is SQlite with this : ...more
Rich <[hidden email]>: Oct 25 03:40PM

> Can I download the sqlite3 dlls and place them in a specific directory
> for tcl to pick it up and use it?
You could try this:
1) search for where your current package has stored the dll's ...more
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