Re: dqkit - Got it, now what?
From: Craig (cpurvis3_at_csc.com)
Date: 24 Apr 2004 20:56:02 -0700
First off, like I said before, I never used starkit, sdx, etc. before.
Thus, my knowledge on this entire subject is only 3-4 days old. Thus,
please forgive me if some of these questions are stupid; also, I'm
asking these questions from home, not from my desk at work, thus I
don't have anything to refer to.
1.) "tclkit" appears to be an extended Tcl interpreter contained in a
single file. Is this how "dqkit" works? Another words, when all said
and done, will I too have a single "dqkit" file?
You originally replied ...
Dqkit works the same way - ie it is an equivalent to tclkit when you
build with '-tcl -tk -itcl' options. Otherwise it can be compatible,
but does not have to.
What then do I exactly need to do to build "dqkit"? You go on to say
tclsh gen/buildkit build -tcl -tk -blt
(yes, it does need Tcl installed to build dqkit :-)
2.) What's "build" (or are just genericlly speaking)?
Do I actually type the following: "tclsh gen/buildkit build -tcl -tk
-blt"? What do you mean "you need Tcl installed to build dqkit"? I'm
assuming it's in the tar file ... right?
2.) Do I still have to run "configure", "make", and "make install"?
And if so, do I need to do this for everything: tcl, tk, dqkit? [This
is where I get a little disoriented, lost!!!]