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RE: eCos Configuration Tool experimental build for Vista
The default install folder for ActiceTcl (8.4) is C:\Tcl (likely more
accurately <SystemDrive>:\Tcl. The DLL is named tcl84.dll and is located
under the C:\Tcl\bin folder.
Alternatively, I notice that they also set a TCLHOME environment
variable, which points to the root of the install. Or, in the Registry,
there is an HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\ActiveTclScript key, which may be scanned
for the install location.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Dallaway [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 8:24 AM
> To: Tyler Wilson
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: eCos Configuration Tool experimental build for Vista
> Hi Tyler
> Tyler Wilson wrote:
> > Yes, I understand that now. Initially, I was approaching the tool as
> > Windows user, with certain assumptions.
> > Part of the confusion on my part was that the configtool would give
> > error when reading the ecos.db file, which gave no clue as to why it
> > might be failing. Perhaps a Tcl version/platform check ought to be
> > in the application.
> Thanks for the feedback. What is the filename of the ActiveTcl DLL and
> where is it installed by default?
> John Dallaway
> eCosCentric Limited
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