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DLTK command name is substitution [message #38663] Thu, 09 July 2009 00:52 Go to next message
binoctex is currently offline binoctex
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am getting a lot of alert messages stating that "command name is
substitution". I have googled this phrase and return Zero results.

basically my TCL code does something like:

if {[info exists Var]} {unset Var}

The [info exists Var] is getting underlined in yellow and reporting the
command name is substitution text. I currently have 1,276 alerts and
would like to clean this up. If this is configurable from

If anyone has information on where to read up on DLTK for tcl please let
me know or provide links of where to start looking. I cant even find the
'manual' to RTFM! I have lots of questions so all references are much
appreciated.

I've got my console working (with 4 different interpreters), some basic
debugging, templates, man pages, and custom libraries.

Im running Eclipse 3.5, DLTK 1.0 on 3 machines - XP, XP 64, and Vista.
Re: DLTK command name is substitution [message #38721 is a reply to message #38663] Thu, 09 July 2009 02:38 Go to previous message
Alex Panchenko is currently offline Alex Panchenko
Messages: 342
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi,

This bug was already reported at
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=282232
and will be fixed soon.

Thank you,
Alex

binoctex wrote:
> I am getting a lot of alert messages stating that "command name is
> substitution". I have googled this phrase and return Zero results.
> basically my TCL code does something like:
>
> if {[info exists Var]} {unset Var}
>
> The [info exists Var] is getting underlined in yellow and reporting the
> command name is substitution text. I currently have 1,276 alerts and
> would like to clean this up. If this is configurable from
> If anyone has information on where to read up on DLTK for tcl please let
> me know or provide links of where to start looking. I cant even find
> the 'manual' to RTFM! I have lots of questions so all references are
> much appreciated.
> I've got my console working (with 4 different interpreters), some basic
> debugging, templates, man pages, and custom libraries.
>
> Im running Eclipse 3.5, DLTK 1.0 on 3 machines - XP, XP 64, and Vista.
>
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