[SOLVED] libtcl repo differs from libtcl manually built
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I have a program written in 'C' which executes a tcl/expect script. The system(Debian 64-bit Lenny) I'm running was installed with tcl 8.4.19-2, and expect 5.43. When the tcl script is ending it calls 'close', then 'wait -nowait'. At this point my 'c' program aborts with the following stack trace listed below. However, if I build libtcl from the source on a debian 64-bit lenny, then it works fine. I need to know why this is happening? Thanks
I'm now using the expect-tcl8.3 package and all is working.
This is a better solution than building the package myself,
but not sure what side-effects of going to an older version will be.
Does anyone see a problem with having to revert back to tcl 8.3.
I saw reference somewhere that this is the solution to some sort
of fork/thead problem in 8.4?