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Com Port Communication ERROR [message #897] Thu, 22 March 2007 00:38 Go to next message
Matt Callaghan is currently offline Matt Callaghan
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
So I'm pretty sure this is a bug with DLTK, but I'm writing here to see if
it really is...

Configuration: Using tclsh84 in Eclipse with the DLTK pluggin for Tcl...
OS: Windows Vista Business Edition

So using the tclsh within Eclipse (or just simply coding in Tcl...)
=>set com [open com1: RDWR]
file1414258
=>puts $com "hi"
can not find channel named "file1414258"


Yet using the basic tclsh84 (i.e. Run the "cmd.exe", and enter the shell
with "tclsh84"..)
% set com [open com1: RDWR]
filebe4ce0
% puts $com "hi"
%


Strange yes?....
It works fine in the regular tclsh84....yet in the tclsh84 WITHIN Eclipse,
it gives that error.

Ideas? Or is it really a bug...

Thanks!
Re: Com Port Communication ERROR [message #929 is a reply to message #897] Fri, 23 March 2007 10:10 Go to previous message
Dmitriy Kovalev is currently offline Dmitriy Kovalev
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

Thank you for your report! It was really a bug with DLTK but we've
already fixed it. Try to use the next build of DLTK (we're going to
upload it to eclipse.org today)

Thanks,
Dmitriy Kovalev

Fermulator wrote:
> So I'm pretty sure this is a bug with DLTK, but I'm writing here to see
> if it really is...
>
> Configuration: Using tclsh84 in Eclipse with the DLTK pluggin for Tcl...
> OS: Windows Vista Business Edition
>
> So using the tclsh within Eclipse (or just simply coding in Tcl...)
>
> =>set com [open com1: RDWR]
> file1414258
> =>puts $com "hi"
> can not find channel named "file1414258"
> 

>
> Yet using the basic tclsh84 (i.e. Run the "cmd.exe", and enter the shell
> with "tclsh84"..)
>
> % set com [open com1: RDWR]
> filebe4ce0
> % puts $com "hi"
> %
> 

>
> Strange yes?....
> It works fine in the regular tclsh84....yet in the tclsh84 WITHIN
> Eclipse, it gives that error.
>
> Ideas? Or is it really a bug...
>
> Thanks!
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