I have the following problem on netbsd. The tcl libraries are installed
as the following files:
I cannot specify TCLLIBDIR=/usr/pkg/lib, because then TCLLIBSTR is set (by
default) to -ltcl (rather than the correct -ltcl83) with the result that the
tcl libraries are not found on netbsd. (I think one of our 5.2.0 users had
a similar problem on another Unix.)
There is also a quite similar problem for Tk configuration; if you specify
TKLIBDIR as an environment variable TKLIBSTR takes on the wrong (default)
* Is there any workaround (environment variable to set or whatever) to deal
with these tcl/tk issues for the present configuration system?
* Could you give us some help/advice in fixing up our present tcl/tk
configuration system so it can handle such tcl/tk issues across the various
Unix platforms for the forthcoming release?
Alan W. Irwin
Astronomical research affiliation with Department of Physics and Astronomy,
University of Victoria (astrowww.phys.uvic.ca).
Programming affiliations with the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and
Analysis (www.cccma.bc.ec.gc.ca) and the PLplot scientific plotting software