|Error "No interpreter executables found" [message #1721118]
||Sun, 24 January 2016 20:01
| Jan Staffa
Registered: January 2016
i am trying to set up a development environment for programming TCL on a home automation system called Homematic CCU2.
I have successfully installed DLTK and Remote Systems Explorer, created a remote project in Eclipse and am now trying to add the TCL interpreter to the project. However, when selecting the interpreter file "/bin/tclsh" i am getting the error message "No interpreter executables found".
Also, the search functionality does not yield any result.
My research came up with the finding that the interpreter is probably verified with a file called dltk.tcl. What are the prerequisites for the search/validation functionality to recognise/validify an interpreter ?
Help is much appreciated.
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