#15 build on win32 -- is tcl really necessary?

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nobody
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2004-07-18
2003-03-28
Joe Brown
No

I have no interest in tcl on my windows box. Wouldlike
to update wxPython demo, but can't run PyOGL on Python
2.3 w/out compiling. This stumbeling block has held up
my progress slightly.

I don't see how to go about this without hacking up a
file somewhere. Your attention is appreciated,

-Joe

O:\Programs\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\BIN\cl.exe /c
/nologo /Ox /MD /W3 /GX /DNDEBUG -I..\include
-Io:\programs\python23\include
-Io:\programs\python23\PC -Isrc\Togl-1.6
-Io:\programs\python23\tcl\tk8.4\..\..\include
-I..\include -Io:\programs\python23\include
-Io:\programs\python23\PC /Tcsrc\Togl-1.6\togl.c
/Fobuild\temp.win32-2.3\Release\src\Togl-1.6\togl.obj
-DWIN32=1
togl.c
src\Togl-1.6\togl.c(55) : fatal error C1083: Cannot
open include file: 'tcl.h': No such file or directory

Discussion

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    Yes, tcl/tk is definitely required for the togl build
    process, though you can avoid building togl entirely by
    setting the build_togl variable to 0 in the win32.cfg file
    in your config directory.

    Minor note: you'll probably find somewhat better response
    times using the mailing list, rather than the support
    request web site. I'm only keeping it active because there
    are open issues, not because it is checked very often.

     
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