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Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #17213] Tue, 06 November 2007 20:10 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gunterpfeiffer.compuserve.de

Hello,

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?

thanks
Gunter
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #17241 is a reply to message #17213] Wed, 07 November 2007 09:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andrei Sobolev is currently offline Andrei Sobolev
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi Gunter,

DLTK search for tclsh, wish named interpreters.
But you could add any other interpreter by hands, using tcl interpreters
preference page.

Andrei.

> Hello,
>
> 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?
>
> thanks
> Gunter
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #17266 is a reply to message #17241] Wed, 07 November 2007 09:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: gunter.pfeiffer.berger-lahr.com

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?

regards
Gunter
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #17318 is a reply to message #17266] Mon, 12 November 2007 12:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andrei Sobolev is currently offline Andrei Sobolev
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Registered: July 2009
Member
Hello Gunter,
> 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.

Best regards,
Andrei.

>
> regards
> Gunter
>
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #18107 is a reply to message #17318] Mon, 12 November 2007 15:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: gunter.pfeiffer.berger-lahr.com

Hello Andrei,

the batch file will not work,
but the rename of the interpreter himself will work.

Thank you for information.

best regards
Gunter
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #1067314 is a reply to message #17213] Mon, 08 July 2013 09:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gunter Pfeiffer is currently offline Gunter Pfeiffer
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Hello Dev. team,

until now i always use the TCL IDE from DLTK.
Thank you for you great work.

What you see in post's before
the problem with user enhanced tcl compilers is always alive.

So for me it is not a solution to rename our TCL interpreter
into a standard name like "wish" or so.

Is there no way to disable this interpreter check over the name ?

Currently i get with the newest eclips and DLTK (Kepler an 5.0)
always an error message:

No interpreter executables found

when i try to add our own tcl interpreter.

Best regards
Gunter
Re: Selfmade TCL Interpreter [message #1443854 is a reply to message #17213] Mon, 13 October 2014 09:43 Go to previous message
Gunter Pfeiffer is currently offline Gunter Pfeiffer
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Registered: July 2009
Member
Hello,

we use DLTK now a few years, and i what to say thank you for this great work.

But it is a pitty that this problem is still alive. I have no idea how big the job is to solve this, but i believe that it should not so big ?? Is there no way to make DLTK able to recognize other interpreter names than tclsh or wish ? This could be very helpful. Thank you in advance.
Best regards
Gunter
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