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can't get tcl installed properly

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To whom it may concern:

I installed postgres 7.3.4 on my laptop and have successfully been able to add the language pgsql. I haven't been able to get tcl to install properly even though I have installed the tcl rpm that came with the server rpms. I have searched my drive for the pgtcl file and found none. Does anyone know what's goin' on. Thanks.

Bob Powell
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Bob Powell wrote:
To whom it may concern:

I installed postgres 7.3.4 on my laptop and have successfully been able to add the language pgsql. I haven't been able to get tcl to install properly even though I have installed the tcl rpm that came with the server rpms. I have searched my drive for the pgtcl file and found none. Does anyone know what's goin' on. Thanks.

Bob Powell


try:
CFLAGS=-I/usr/include/tcl8.3 ./configure --with-tcl --without-tk
....other config options
where /usr/include/tcl8.3 is your tcl lib dir. You need tclx-dev package.

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