Gilles J. Seguin
Thu Aug 3 15:16:00 GMT 2000
Ian Roxborough wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Ben Elliston wrote:
> > This would be cool, but then we are dependent on the user having a
> > "clean" Tcl version (Some Tcl/Tk apps require core patching before
> > they run). (Of course I'm assume you mean that we should load into
> > the users local Tcl/Tk and not a version from us.)
> > Couldn't snavigator's configure script test the installed Tcl/Tk to
> > determine if it was usable? That's precisely what Autoconf is for!
> We could, but how many tests? and what needs tested to make
> sure we're not running on a SN safe tcl/tk. Is it really important?
> I know it's going to be hard tracking down reported bugs only to
> find out the user is running on a none standard tcl/tk.
Can we target tcl/tk version 8.3 supposedly the version for
the upcoming Red Hat 7.0 version (pinestripe)
tcl/tk version 8.4, can you provide information how difficult
it will be.
The question here, how do I will manage all those versions
of tcl/tk. In the sense that nearly every application
require their own version of it.
> > Yeah. It'd also be nice to make Berkeley DB a loadable library, too.
> > Perhaps they already allow it to be built shared?
> I'd like to see a more generic DB interface first so we can swap
> out our DB back ends. I've not look at this yet, but may be they
> both go hand in hand.
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