[Tcl Java] RE: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

2000-05-24 Thread Jiang Wu
You are certainly "going against the grain" right now :) But I am hoping more people will use TclBlend this way. We are doing something similar right now with TclBlend (1.3 + some patches) with JDK 1.2. I am not sure what you mean by "single step the interpreter". You can certainly

[Tcl Java] Re: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

2000-05-24 Thread Jeff Sturm
"W. John Guineau" wrote: My plan is to load the Tcl interpreter from within Java, and then interact with it from Java. We would then write Tcl extensions that essentially wind thier way back into our Java code, and therefore have access to all the functionality we already have. We will

[Tcl Java] RE: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

2000-05-24 Thread W. John Guineau
Well, if I use the Java package, then the Tcl code would not have access to the same run-time instance of the JVM that our code is running in, right? (starting our Java code from Tcl is, unfortunetly, not an option.) Or am I missing something here? My assumption was that starting a Tcl

[Tcl Java] RE: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

2000-05-24 Thread W. John Guineau
Ah, thank you for the document pointer! This looks to be the motherload of Tcl Blend/JACL info! john -Original Message- From: Jiang Wu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 2:24 PM To: 'W. John Guineau'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

[Tcl Java] RE: [Tcl Java] RE: [Tcl Java] Tcl Blend vs JACL

2000-05-24 Thread Jiang Wu
y Other OS Windows NT Windows NT 4 Dell Pentium II 450 Mhz Found in Version 1.2.6 Fixed Date 2000-03-17 00:00:00 -Original Message- From: W. John Guineau [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 5:49 PM To: Mo DeJong Cc: Jiang Wu; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Tcl Java] R