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Eclipse - tcl checker - interpreter and debugging [message #29440] Mon, 04 August 2008 12:26 Go to next message
Ophélie is currently offline OphélieFriend
Messages: 3
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

I work on windows XP and I use DTLK.
Eclipse is very usefull for dynamic languages that's why I use it.
I have a big test project written in TCL with some cross calls variables,
and a lot of files, and I use my own interpreter named tcl4tower.

So, to use eclipse better, I have some questions :

- I download, on eclipse website, a tcl validater configure for eclipse
named : org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.tclchecker_0.95.0.v20080611-1825.jar
I want to know how I can input this on internal validater on eclipse.
Secondly, I configure an external validater, and I input it as an external
validater on eclipse. so, I want to know if it's possible to validate our
script just with this external validater, without starting Tcl
checker(internal eclipse validator)?
In fact, when I right click on file, I choose DLTK validators and I have
just two possibility, one to check with the internal validater and the
other is to check with all validaters. So, I want to choose my configured
validater to check my project without execute internal validater.

-my second problem is from interpreter.
I can't use my own interpreter, because when I try to input it, I have
this error message : No interpreter executable found. So, I tryed to
change the name of my interpreter by a tclsh.exe and that run. So, I want
to know if it's possible to input my own interpreter without rename it by
tclsh.exe.

- and my last question is near the first.
I find on Eclipse Website :
org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.debug.ui_0.95.0.v20080604-1628.jar, for debugging
tcl. Is there a way to input it on Eclipse or I have to use Active State
debugging?

Thank you for your help

Ophélie
Re: Eclipse - tcl checker - interpreter and debugging [message #29477 is a reply to message #29440] Tue, 05 August 2008 01:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andrei Sobolev is currently offline Andrei SobolevFriend
Messages: 72
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi Ophélie,

Thanks for using DLTK.

About tcl checker:
Current version of DLTK TCL support validation using ActiveState "tclchecker" or other command line checkers.
We have no internal tcl checks implemented yet.

Interpreters:
For generic interpreters we have predefined lists of interpreter names we could execute.
Adding of new interpreter type requires some programming. I suppose we really need to update this situation.
I've created a bug request in bugzilla (https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=243109)

Debugging:
DLTK Tcl could use ActiveState Komodo remote debugger implementation (But you need to have Komodo license).
In DLTK TCL preferences you could specify path to debugger executable, and then start debug.
(Link to debugging engine from ActiveState: http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Downloads/Komodo/RemoteDebu gging)

Best regards,
Andrei Sobolev.


> I work on windows XP and I use DTLK.
> Eclipse is very usefull for dynamic languages that's why I use it.
> I have a big test project written in TCL with some cross calls
> variables, and a lot of files, and I use my own interpreter named
> tcl4tower.
>
> So, to use eclipse better, I have some questions :
>
> - I download, on eclipse website, a tcl validater configure for eclipse
> named : org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.tclchecker_0.95.0.v20080611-1825.jar
> I want to know how I can input this on internal validater on eclipse.
> Secondly, I configure an external validater, and I input it as an
> external validater on eclipse. so, I want to know if it's possible to
> validate our script just with this external validater, without starting
> Tcl checker(internal eclipse validator)?
> In fact, when I right click on file, I choose DLTK validators and I have
> just two possibility, one to check with the internal validater and the
> other is to check with all validaters. So, I want to choose my
> configured validater to check my project without execute internal
> validater.
>
> -my second problem is from interpreter.
> I can't use my own interpreter, because when I try to input it, I have
> this error message : No interpreter executable found. So, I tryed to
> change the name of my interpreter by a tclsh.exe and that run. So, I
> want to know if it's possible to input my own interpreter without rename
> it by tclsh.exe.
>
> - and my last question is near the first.
> I find on Eclipse Website :
> org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.debug.ui_0.95.0.v20080604-1628.jar, for debugging
> tcl. Is there a way to input it on Eclipse or I have to use Active State
> debugging?
>
> Thank you for your help
>
> Ophélie
>
>
Re: Eclipse - tcl checker - interpreter and debugging [message #29545 is a reply to message #29477] Wed, 06 August 2008 09:57 Go to previous message
Andrey Platov is currently offline Andrey PlatovFriend
Messages: 28
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I'd like to add a little to Andrei's post:

Yes, the bad news is that ActiveState's stuff is an only existing option
in terms of Code Analysis and Debugging...

The good news is we started to work on DLTK's own TCL code analysis and
debugging to provide complete stack out of the box. At same time we will
keep and evolve support of ActiveState tools so users will be free to
choose between implementations or use both.

Timeline is not clear yet, as for pessimistic estimations, we will
introduce some analysis in next months, and debugger by the next
summer... However things may move faster, please stay tuned :)

Kind Regards,
Andrey

> Hi Ophélie,
>
> Thanks for using DLTK.
>
> About tcl checker:
> Current version of DLTK TCL support validation using ActiveState
> "tclchecker" or other command line checkers.
> We have no internal tcl checks implemented yet.
>
> Interpreters:
> For generic interpreters we have predefined lists of interpreter names
> we could execute.
> Adding of new interpreter type requires some programming. I suppose we
> really need to update this situation.
> I've created a bug request in bugzilla
> (https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=243109)
>
> Debugging:
> DLTK Tcl could use ActiveState Komodo remote debugger implementation
> (But you need to have Komodo license).
> In DLTK TCL preferences you could specify path to debugger executable,
> and then start debug.
> (Link to debugging engine from ActiveState:
> http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Downloads/Komodo/RemoteDebu gging)
>
> Best regards,
> Andrei Sobolev.
>
>
>> I work on windows XP and I use DTLK.
>> Eclipse is very usefull for dynamic languages that's why I use it.
>> I have a big test project written in TCL with some cross calls
>> variables, and a lot of files, and I use my own interpreter named
>> tcl4tower.
>>
>> So, to use eclipse better, I have some questions :
>>
>> - I download, on eclipse website, a tcl validater configure for
>> eclipse named : org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.tclchecker_0.95.0.v20080611-1825.jar
>> I want to know how I can input this on internal validater on eclipse.
>> Secondly, I configure an external validater, and I input it as an
>> external validater on eclipse. so, I want to know if it's possible to
>> validate our script just with this external validater, without
>> starting Tcl checker(internal eclipse validator)?
>> In fact, when I right click on file, I choose DLTK validators and I
>> have just two possibility, one to check with the internal validater
>> and the other is to check with all validaters. So, I want to choose my
>> configured validater to check my project without execute internal
>> validater.
>>
>> -my second problem is from interpreter.
>> I can't use my own interpreter, because when I try to input it, I have
>> this error message : No interpreter executable found. So, I tryed to
>> change the name of my interpreter by a tclsh.exe and that run. So, I
>> want to know if it's possible to input my own interpreter without
>> rename it by tclsh.exe.
>>
>> - and my last question is near the first.
>> I find on Eclipse Website :
>> org.eclipse.dltk.tcl.debug.ui_0.95.0.v20080604-1628.jar, for debugging
>> tcl. Is there a way to input it on Eclipse or I have to use Active
>> State debugging?
>>
>> Thank you for your help
>>
>> Ophélie
>>
>>
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