|The stupid question is the question not asked|
Re^3: Threads and TCL DeleteInterpProcby Anonymous Monk
|on Jun 13, 2014 at 09:32 UTC||Need Help??|
A question for you, how far does your program go before the Tcl error shows up? Devel::Trace
Reminds me of Re^3: TKX and closing windows (bug) ..
L'anana ne parlais pas .... so this is the way I'd structure the program to avoid any Tkx noise .... I don't see an use for Thread::Semaphore
As you can see, the more well named subs you have, the less comments you need
You can use utf8 to signal to perl that your file is written in utf8, so you don't have to decode("utf8" all over the place
Also see Win32::Unicode::Native since I assume you're on win32 ... for unicode version of mkdir/open... so you don't have to encode("iso-8859-1" ...
Also, if you still need to encode("iso-8859-1" .... don't do it all over the place (repetition hurts your fingers), do it in one helper subroutine, say in recup_fic or MyMkdir ...
I would also consider my $answer = YesNo( "question", "title" ); and ReadThis( $msg, $title ); ... although Info( $msg, $title ); sounds good .... there is a Ask::Tk, a Ask::Tkx should be only a few tweaks to that