On Wednesday 09 July 2003 21:14, you wrote:
> > Ehm, not only that... There is an inherent problem (non MT-related)
> > in Tcl channel handling code with:
> >
> >     Tcl_OpenFileChannel(interp, fileName, mode, permissions)
> >
> > This function trashes memory when feeded with NULL interp.
> > According to its manpage, the interp is optional and can be
> > given as NULL if one needs no fancy error reporting if the call
> > fails. But, if actually used this way, it brings problems.
> I haven't seen that reported on SF.  If it isn't there, please add it.

I'm sorry for not doing this promptly. I was very busy last couple
of days, so I missed that, but I'm going to add it to SF today.
Still havent found why this happens. Purify is silent about that
so I have to re-step everything using debugger, which takes some


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