joerg van den hoff
veedeehjay at gmail.com
Mon Jan 20 13:09:18 UTC 2020
On 20.01.20 13:03 , O'Connor, Daniel wrote:
>> On 20 Jan 2020, at 22:28, joerg van den hoff <veedeehjay at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am running osx 10.15 and have installed tcl 8.6.10 plus tclreadline 2.3.5 with current macports.
>> this works flawlessly, in fact. I am nevertheless asking here since when self-compiling the
exact same tclsh 8.6.10 and trying to use the macports-installed tclreadline together with it, the
>> memory faults in file
>> /opt/local/lib/tclreadline2.3.5/tclreadlineInit.tcl in
>> line 27 `tclreadline::Init'.
> What does line 27 look like?
that was the line:
> (or maybe just send the whole file)
>> this clearly is not macports problem (since macports-tcl + macports-tclreadline works fine), but
I have so far unsuccessfully tried to find out what causes the problem with the self-compiled tclsh
(I want to test some recent changes to tcl and do want to utilize macports-installed stuff like
tclreadline and tcllib etc. in the process).
>> so I would appreciate any hints from the package maintainers of tcl and tclreadline what I am
doing wrong here?
> Seems pretty weird, it's not like tclreadline has had many changes or anything..
it is maybe not tclreadline's own fault, but I am not sure. I also asked at Tcl lang, but no clear
solution so far:
I presume somehow there must be a difference between the self-compiled tclsh 8.6.10 and the one
installed by macports and tclreadline does not hook into both in the same way. but I do not
understand what the difference might be...
I so far would not have expected that I can use the package only with a single unique instance of
> Daniel O'Connor
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