since I don't have tcl/tk installed in my virtual Windows box, I'm not
sure, if I ever come to this point of code, but I'll try.
On Nov 1, 2009, at 7:23 PM, Alan W. Irwin wrote:
> On 2009-10-31 21:07-0700 Alan W. Irwin wrote:
>> To Arjen and Werner:
>> Would you please have a look at revision 10565 on Windows?
>> This revision considerably simplifies the gen_pkgIndex.tcl custom
>> logic that concatanates three files together to form pkgIndex.tcl.
>> The new
>> logic works on Linux, and I think it should work on Windows as
>> well. For
>> example, the old logic used native paths for Windows, but I don't
>> think that
>> complication is actually necessary. (However, if that complication
>> necessary, then there may be an more elegant way to do it, in any
>> BTW, if you confirm the new simplified logic works, then I have a
>> change to make to disable Tcl if none of cat, cmd, or command are
>> (as for the guy who recently posted on all three lists).
>> Let me know how it goes.
> I have just implemented an even better idea for concatanating files
> Hendrik Sattler. This (revision 10566) works perfectly on Linux,
> and should
> also work perfectly on all other platforms (since simple cmake
> commands are
> used rather than any outside tools), but please check. What used to
> be ~30
> lines of CMake code is now reduced to ~5 lines, and I am quite
> pleased by
> this huge simplification.
> Alan W. Irwin
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