I wish I had wish
kuku at kukulies.org
Sat Aug 22 06:21:06 UTC 2020
Excerpt from pkg info:
tcl-wrapper-1.1_3 Shell wrapper for tclsh (Tcl)
tcl85-8.5.19_3 Tool Command Language
tcl86-8.6.10 Tool Command Language
tcl87-8.7.a3_1 Tool Command Language
tclX-8.4.1 Extended TCL
tk86-8.6.10_1 Graphical toolkit for Tcl
> Am 22.08.2020 um 08:02 schrieb Polytropon <freebsd at edvax.de>:
> On Fri, 21 Aug 2020 20:22:51 +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
>> Thanks. I installed bsvc from github, compiled and installed it.
>> When I then ran
>> I got exec: wish not found
>> Now I found that bsvc is part of the ports collection. So I did a
>> pkg install bsvc which automatically install tcl/tk (8.6 I believe).
>> So far so good. wish isn’t there.
>> Now when I start bsvc (via ssh -Y myfreebsdbox) I’m getting
>> $ bsvc
>> X Error of failed request: BadName (named color or font does not exist)
>> Major opcode of failed request: 45 (X_OpenFont)
>> Serial number of failed request: 42
>> Current serial number in output stream: 59
>> But this message must be caused by my macOS server from which I’m
>> logged in into myfreebsdbox.
> Depending on which shell you're using, try command completition:
> % wish[TAB]
$ which wish
> It's quite possible that there really is no "wish" command, but
> a "wish<version>" command. When I try this in my experimental
> box (not really up to date), I get this:
> % wish8.6_
> So what you can do: Create a symlink to point to the versioned
> wish binary. On this particular machine, tcl86-8.6.10 and tk86-8.6.10_1
> have been installed to use with tkRunIt-0.94.1_2, whose executable
> scipt starts with this:
> # the next line restarts using /usr/local/bin/wish8.6 \
> exec /usr/local/bin/wish8.6 "$0" "$@"
> As you can see, the version is explicitely named in the script,
> and it matches the binary installed by tk (which wish is a
> part of).
Thanks. wish8.6 is indeed there.
I could create a link to wish.
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