[Tcl Java] Re: merge with aolserver

2000-10-09 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jiang 1. The work on fixing how TclObject uses Tcl_Obj's Jiang reference counting. Is this detailed earlier in the mailing list archvies? Mo Humm, I think so but I can't remember off hand. The problem Mo with this "fix" is that

[Tcl Java] Re: merge with aolserver

2000-10-09 Thread Jiang Wu
This patch contains my code for the ref count fix. Patch is generated against 1.2.6. It passes the test suite without any problems. It includes the reflect object bug fix, which causes the test suite to core dump. I am planning to integrate this into my work product, which is using 1.2.6.

[Tcl Java] Re: merge with aolserver

2000-10-09 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Jiang" == Jiang Wu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jiang This patch contains my code for the ref count fix. Patch Jiang is generated against 1.2.6. It passes the test suite Jiang without any problems. It includes the reflect object bug Jiang fix, which causes the test suite to

[Tcl Java] Re: merge with aolserver

2000-10-09 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo Humm, I think so but I can't remember off hand. The problem Mo with this "fix" is that it currently does not work. There are Mo strange crashes when running the test suite. By strange crashes, do you mean that it doesn't consistently

[Tcl Java] Re: java::bind problem

2000-10-09 Thread Mo DeJong
On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Trella Christopher-P28453 wrote: I have my own class that I want to bind events to in my script, but it always says unknown event whenever I try the bind. Using a debugger, the java::bind command line EventSetDescriptor[] events = beanInfo.getEventSetDescriptors();

[Tcl Java] Re: merge with aolserver

2000-10-09 Thread Mo DeJong
On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Daniel Wickstrom wrote: "Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo Humm, I think so but I can't remember off hand. The problem Mo with this "fix" is that it currently does not work. There are Mo strange crashes when running the test suite. By

[Tcl Java] Re: xputil bug with patch

2000-10-09 Thread Mo DeJong
On 22 Sep 2000, Jiang Wu wrote: xputil does not properly handle Windows environment variables. It interprets the "\" path separator and ";" that is to distinguish multiple paths in Windows environment as Tcl significant. I just checked a slightly modified version of your patch into the