> Yes, we deliberately build the Tcl and Perl interfaces and PL modules
> with those systems' preferred compilers and switches, and have done so
> since PG 7.0 (at least, maybe earlier). IIRC, this was forced by the
> observation that the other way didn't work.
> Curious that so many people are complaining of pl/tcl failures now,
> when there were almost no such reports for 7.0. AFAIK, 7.0 should have
> been equally vulnerable. Perhaps someone has just recently started
> distributing Tcl packages containing bogus tclConfig information?
The cause for me was my misconfiguration during a reinstall of tcl 8.0.5.
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