Tom Lane wrote:
> Stefan Kaltenbrunner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> this patch definitly changes behaviour but not actually for the better :-(
> Oh well, it was worth a try.  At this point I think we have to suppose
> this is a Tcl bug and not our fault.  Can you reproduce the problem in
> bare "tclsh"?  Try
>       $ tclsh
>       % interp create
>       interp0
>       % interp create -safe
>       interp1
>       % exit
>       $
> If tclsh doesn't quit when told then it's easy to file (but you might
> want to try the latest tcl version first --- they're up to 8.4.14)

hmm the above sequence just works fine on that box - will experiment
with a more recent version as time permits (there is no other version
available in the debian repo right now which makes this a bit more


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