Gregory Stark wrote:
Do we have anyone actively maintaining pltcl these days? I'm intentionally
quite unfamiliar with Tcl or I would be happy to verify it's reasonable. But
the explanation seems pretty convincing. If we don't have anyone maintaining
it then we're pretty much at the mercy of applying whatever patches come in
from people who are more familiar with it than us. In my experience that's how
new maintainers for modules of free software are often found anyways.

I was hoping that Jan or somebody else with some Tcl-fu would comment. I agree it probably shouldn't be deferred.

It does bother me a bit that the Tcl engine startup just starts firing up threads without advertisement - I wondered if we shouldn't kick back and say it's their problem to fix.



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