[Starkit] strange tclkit problem
Larry W. Virden
lvirden at cas.org
Wed Jan 5 08:06:10 CET 2005
% lappend auto_path /usr/tcl84/lib
/volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/tclkit/lib/tcl8.4 /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/tclkit/lib /usr/tcl84/lib
% package require Itk
Can't find a usable itk.tcl in the following directories:
/volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/tclkit/lib/itk3.3 /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../lib/itk3.3 /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../library /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../../library /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../../itk/library
../lib/itk3.3 /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../library /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../../library /volws/lwv28/ldatae/bin/sun4/../../itk/library
This probably means that Itcl/Itk weren't installed properly.
If you know where the Itk library directory was installed,
you can set the environment variable ITK_LIBRARY to point
to the library directory.
% package require Itk 3.3
% package require Iwidgets
This is weird - if I don't say a version, then I get an error - but with
a version, I not only get a loaded Itk, but Iwidgets then works!
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