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Threads and TCL DeleteInterpProc
is there a way to avoid the error ?
This is just a basic piece of advice when running threads from a gui. Most GUI's are not thread safe, meaning you should not invoke any GUI code BEFORE launching your threads. This is because perl threads copy the entire parent process when they are initiated, and if GUI code
is already in the main code, you get multiple ( often error causing) copies of the gui code in the different threads.
Now some GUI toolkits do offer some thread safety, like Gtk2, Gtk3, and others based on the Glib system. I don't know about your gui toolkit, but I would guess it's non-thread-safety the source of the problem.
The most reliable way to avoid the issue, is to create all your threads before any GUI code is invoked in your parent, AND do not put any GUI code into your threads.
I only have an example with Tk , but it should show you the idea. See Re: Perl Tk and Threads or you can google for "perl tk thread safety" and get alot of examples.