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Re^2: "Tcl.xs:126: error: initializer element is not constant" while installing Tcl-1.02 in Strawberry Perl v5.10 on Windoze XP

by NateTut (Deacon)
on Jun 03, 2011 at 13:31 UTC ( #907974=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: "Tcl.xs:126: error: initializer element is not constant" while installing Tcl-1.02 in Strawberry Perl v5.10 on Windoze XP
in thread "Tcl.xs:126: error: initializer element is not constant" while installing Tcl-1.02 in Strawberry Perl v5.10 on Windoze XP

No problem, bugs happen. I appreciate the effort you guys put into great stuff like this, How do I apply the patch? I did find it online too, but I didn't know what do do with it!


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Re^3: "Tcl.xs:126: error: initializer element is not constant" while installing Tcl-1.02 in Strawberry Perl v5.10 on Windoze XP
by vkon (Deacon) on Jun 03, 2011 at 17:30 UTC
    applying a patch means to use a "patch" utility.
    In this particular case - it is even possible to do manual edit of the text,
    but nevermind -

    there is simpler way - please get patched distribution at http://vadrer.org/files-exchange/Tcl-1.02-fix.zip

    Regards,
    Vadim

Re^3: "Tcl.xs:126: error: initializer element is not constant" while installing Tcl-1.02 in Strawberry Perl v5.10 on Windoze XP
by NateTut (Deacon) on Jun 03, 2011 at 17:47 UTC
    I'm a little slow sometimes, but I finally got it! Thanks for your help.

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