I have a small question and I hope someone can help me with this!
I tried to compile the program uudeview (for encoding/decoding).
It needs tcl/tk. I have:
tcl.h and tk.h in /usr/include, and I have
libtcl.so.1.7.5, libtclx.so.1.7.5, libtk.so.1.4.1, libtkx.so.1.4.1,
tclx7.5.a, and tkx4.1.a
in /usr/lib, in addition I have tclsh in /usr/bin along with wish4.1.
SO, I have the whole binary distribution.
the configuration script that comes with uudeview can find tcl.h but
It can not find the libraries, and it looks for libtk*.a and libtcl*.a.
I have compiled other programs before, and they seem to find the tcl/tk
But uudeview is "misbehaving."
Does anyone have any idea why would uudeview report that TK is not
This is at a time when most of the programs I have run using tcl/tk.
I have Linux 2.0.0 by the way. And the whole tcl7.5/tk4.1 was installed
the tclx/tkx extensions by the slackware distribution.
Any help or clue is greatly appreciated.
Maan M. Hamze