I get the following message when I try to run "SpecTCL" either from the
start menu, or from within the tk/wish shell
error:SpecTcl start-up error:
no such file or directory.
Looks unix stuff to me... what do you need to do to install it/run it
under windows 2000?
Under Unix, .SpecCommonrc is a file in your home directory which is automatically generated first time you start up SpecTcl.
You could try to create the file manually consisting of the following two lines:
set specCommon(lang) tcl
set specCommon(dontAskLang) 1
I don't have Windows 2000 myself, so I don't think I can do much more. Please post the solution when you find it.
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