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|User & Date:||hypnotoad 2018-07-13 18:51:59|
|14:05||Updating Practcl to the latest version from tcllib check-in: 68c6d500d5 user: hypnotoad tags: practcl|
|18:51||Pulling changes from trunk check-in: 19783bad7e user: hypnotoad tags: practcl|
|18:51||Updating practcl check-in: d290270581 user: hypnotoad tags: practcl|
Undo TEA_PATH_CONFIG changes regarding addtional paths until it's more clear where OpenBSD/FreeBSD stores it's 'official' itclConfig.sh/tdbcConfig.sh.
Fix [923f400aa03a5608]: New paths required for Darwin
Stu adds: This has nothing to do with where any one os stores itcl/itkConfig.sh.
It shouldn't matter to *tclconfig* where any anything stores anything, should it?
This is supposed to be a generic routine, used to pick up the *Config.sh of any extension.
There is no "common store" for *Config.sh files on any platform, afaict. Extensions currently keep their *Config.sh files in their own dirs. I believe this to be the case currently for all extensions and platforms. Perhaps changing this convention is a good idea.
The way things are currently, adding dirs for itcl would then mean adding dirs fors tdbc, tdom, etc.? I don't see that as being viable in the long-term.check-in: df3b672e10 user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
Changes to tcl.m4.