Henry B. Hotz writes:
> Can't use tk. I loaded the alpha release of the native Aqua Tk port.
> It gets me a Wish Shell.app, not a /usr/bin/wish. This seems
> reasonable, but how do we get Postgres to use it? Can Postgres use
'wish' is used for PgAccess. We only need the command name to put it into
a shell script (which is what pgaccess is) so different names should work
if the call conventions are the same. You might want to try to configure
WISH='Wish Shell.app' ./configure ....
This doesn't affect pgtksh though, it's only that they're lumped together
> The Tcl header files are in two different non-standard places. I had
> to sudo ln -s to get links all in one directory since it appears you
> can only have one --with-includes configure option. At least the 8.4
> alpha includes the headers since the 8.3 with 10.0 didn't.
The tclConfig.sh file, which is the approved way of detecting Tcl-related
configuration information, doesn't provide any means to find out the
location of the header files, which makes for trouble on quite a few
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net
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