[Tcl Java] autoconf 2.14

2000-10-26 Thread Thomas McKay
Can someone send me a pointer to where I can download autoconf 2.14. I just checked out tcljava from sourceforge and would like to make it. There aren't any instructions on doing this so I am assuming that I: 1) autoconf configure.in 2) configure 3) make --- Thomas McKay Project Leader

[Tcl Java] autoconf 2.14

2000-10-26 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Thomas" == Thomas McKay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Thomas Can someone send me a pointer to where I can download Thomas autoconf 2.14. I just checked out tcljava from Thomas sourceforge and would like to make it. There aren't any Thomas instructions on doing this so I am

[Tcl Java] compiling jacl

2000-10-26 Thread Thomas McKay
Okay, just using the configure script that existed already I get the following error about not being able to compile test program Test.java. Anyone have any pointers? caffeine:mckay://e/Applications/jacl/sourceforge/tcljava configure --enable-jac l --without-jikes Makefile.in configure: WARNING:

[Tcl Java] Re: autoconf 2.14

2000-10-26 Thread Mo DeJong
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Thomas McKay wrote: Can someone send me a pointer to where I can download autoconf 2.14. You would need to grab the autotools out of the CVS (Dont do this yet!). setenv CVSROOT :pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/cvs cvs login paswsd "" cvs checkout autoconf cvs checkout

[Tcl Java] compiling tcljava

2000-10-26 Thread Thomas McKay
Hack... hack... hack... I plow on... Okay, I never could get configure to successfully run Test.java. Finally got it to compile after much hacking, but never run. So I took out the whole java test section of configure and finally got a Makefile. Several problems with the Makefile, though:

[Tcl Java] Re: compiling tcljava

2000-10-26 Thread Mo DeJong
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Thomas McKay wrote: Hack... hack... hack... I plow on... Okay, I never could get configure to successfully run Test.java. Finally got it to compile after much hacking, but never run. So I took out the whole java test section of configure and finally got a Makefile.

[Tcl Java] Re: ajuba branch

2000-10-26 Thread Mo DeJong
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Daniel Wickstrom wrote: Ok, I retried my fresh checkout on the solaris box, and it runs ok except for a few test failures: java::lock-1.1 error checking Contents of test case: list [catch {java::lock} msg] $msg Result was: 1 {no value given for

[Tcl Java] Re: possible memory.

2000-10-26 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo Are you up to it? I am going to be working on this object ref Mo queue thing for some time, so if you could take a whack at the Mo Notifier it would really help. There is not going to be much Mo overlap in these changes, so they

[Tcl Java] Re: ajuba branch

2000-10-26 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo What version of Tcl are you using? This should not show up Mo with Tcl 8.3.2 or 8.4. At any rate, it does not matter. I'm using tcl version 8.3.2. tclblend/javaTimer.test javaTimer-3.1 JavaTimerProc

[Tcl Java] Re: ajuba branch

2000-10-26 Thread Mo DeJong
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Daniel Wickstrom wrote: "Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo What version of Tcl are you using? This should not show up Mo with Tcl 8.3.2 or 8.4. At any rate, it does not matter. I'm using tcl version 8.3.2. Strange, perhaps I was wrong and that

[Tcl Java] Re: ajuba branch

2000-10-26 Thread Daniel Wickstrom
"Mo" == Mo DeJong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Mo On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Daniel Wickstrom wrote: Mo It could be related to the event queue, I just don't see it on Mo my box. A printed stack trace would really help: Mo replace: Mo catch {$notifier doOneEvent 0} msg Mo

[Tcl Java] JDK versions and JACL versions

2000-10-26 Thread David Gerstl/Pittsburgh/IBM
Hi all, Is there a list of JACL version numbers and the JDKs they work with? I'm specifically interested in JDK 1.3 (J2 SDK 1.3) both Sun and IBM. thanx -dave The TclJava mailing list is sponsored by Scriptics Corporation.

[Tcl Java] Re: JDK versions and JACL versions

2000-10-26 Thread Steve Carter
David, We are using JDK1.3 (Windows NT/95/98/2000) and Jacl 1.2.6 and they work very well together. Steve Carter -Original Message- From: David Gerstl/Pittsburgh/IBM [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, October 27, 2000 3:52 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Tcl Java] JDK