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I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
current Tk that is on there?

Robert

Robert Hicks wrote:
> I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
> there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
> current Tk that is on there?

We strongly advise upgrading together; they're meant to be that way and
it's possible that some fixes might need both. (I'd need to check to
know if that's true, but even so...)

Donal.

On May 23, 11:17 am, "Donal K. Fellows"

<donal.k.fell@manchester.ac.uk> wrote:
> Robert Hicks wrote:
> > I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
> > there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
> > current Tk that is on there?

> We strongly advise upgrading together; they're meant to be that way and
> it's possible that some fixes might need both. (I'd need to check to
> know if that's true, but even so...)

> Donal.

I just did a "package require Tk" and it came back "package not found"
so I guess I don't need to worry about Tk at this point. If I go and
install Tk I will indeed use the "paired" versions.

Thanks Donal...

Robert

On May 23, 11:17 am, "Donal K. Fellows"

<donal.k.fell@manchester.ac.uk> wrote:
> Robert Hicks wrote:
> > I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
> > there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
> > current Tk that is on there?

> We strongly advise upgrading together; they're meant to be that way and
> it's possible that some fixes might need both. (I'd need to check to
> know if that's true, but even so...)

> Donal.

I just did a "package require Tk" and it came back "package not found"
so I guess I don't need to worry about Tk at this point. If I go and
install Tk I will indeed use the "paired" versions.

Thanks Donal...

Robert

On May 23, 11:17 am, "Donal K. Fellows"

<donal.k.fell@manchester.ac.uk> wrote:
> Robert Hicks wrote:
> > I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
> > there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
> > current Tk that is on there?

> We strongly advise upgrading together; they're meant to be that way and
> it's possible that some fixes might need both. (I'd need to check to
> know if that's true, but even so...)

> Donal.

I just did a "package require Tk" and it came back "package not found"
so I guess I don't need to worry about Tk at this point. If I go and
install Tk I will indeed use the "paired" versions.

Thanks Donal...

Robert

On May 23, 11:26 am, Robert Hicks <sigz@gmail.com> wrote:

Stupid GOOGLE!
At 23 May 2007 05:17:53 -0700 Robert Hicks <sigz@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have Tcl 8.4.7 on a box of mine and I want to get the 8.4.14 on
> there. Do I also have to upgrade Tk as well or will it just use the
> current Tk that is on there?

You should upgrade Tk as well.

> Robert

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