DLTK search for tclsh, wish named interpreters.
But you could add any other interpreter by hands, using tcl interpreters
> we use a self compiled TCL interpreter and dltk will not find them.
> What could be the reason for that,
> or from the other side, on what thing will dltk decide is a programm a
> tcl interpreter or not?
> Hello Andrei,
> I already tried that. But I get an error message:
> No interpreter executables found
> I tried to install it on:
> Preferences / TCL / Interpreters
> in the Dialog Add Interpreters.
> The name of my interpreter is: Tcl4Tower.exe
> This is an interpreter based on tcl 8.3.2
> or am I wrongly here on that dialog?
Interpreter should be named tclsh, wish, or expect. You could create
symlink, or bat file named tclsh and use it as interpreter.