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difference between tcl 8.4.2 & 8.4.4 - comspec on windows

% exec $env(COMSPEC) /c net config

This command now fails on Tcl 8.4.4
What can I do instead? to run with either version of tcl and windows 98.


"couldn't execute "C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND.COM": no such file or directory"


Running on Win 98.
Win XP is ok.

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Peter Campbell wrote:
> % exec $env(COMSPEC) /c net config
> 
> This command now fails on Tcl 8.4.4
> What can I do instead? to run with either version of tcl and windows 98.
> 
> "couldn't execute "C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND.COM": no such file or directory"
> 
> Running on Win 98.
> Win XP is ok.

This is a known bug that is already fixed.  8.4.5 will be out by
the end of the week with this corrected.

-- 
     Jeff Hobbs, The Tcl Guy
     http://www.ActiveState.com/, a division of Sophos

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jeffh (1291)
11/20/2003 5:01:54 AM
Hi Peter,

Peter Campbell <pc@acs.co.nz> writes:
> % exec $env(COMSPEC) /c net config
>
> This command now fails on Tcl 8.4.4
> What can I do instead? to run with either version of tcl and windows 98.
>
> "couldn't execute "C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND.COM": no such file or
> directory"
>
> Running on Win 98.
> Win XP is ok.

This was discussed recently, check google.  IIRC, this is a bug in
8.4.4, to be fixed in 8.4.5.

benny
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11/20/2003 1:10:34 PM
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Facebook Tips: What’s the Difference between Top News and Most Recent?
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No evidence Ritalin makes a difference long term for ADHD kids
... to struggle academically and mentally as they get older, regardless of whether they're on medication. Drugs such as Ritalin make no difference ...

Matildas achieve target of boosting goal difference with 9-0 Olympic qualifier win over Vietnam
Australia's goal avalanche at the expense of a hapless Vietnam provides an important boost says Matildas captain Clare Polkinghorne.

Can voters tell the difference between a Trump quote and a Hitler quote?
How can one compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler? One is a highly successful businessman turned presidential candidate with absolutely no consistency ...

There IS a difference between the parties!
Today, with her apology (which included a friggin’ history lesson!), Hillary Clinton demonstrated the difference between Hillary Clinton and ...

Byron York: Trump Exposed ‘Enormous Difference’ Between Republican Elitist and Voters on Issues
Byron York: Trump Exposed 'Enormous Difference' Between Republican Elitist and Voters on Issues

GOP final 4 tone down rhetoric, if not their differences
MIAMI (AP) — A surprisingly restrained Donald Trump is telling Republicans still wary of his insurgent candidacy that it's time to unify behind ...

Pavelski: Reimer proved he can be 'difference maker' for Sharks
... Navigation Home Giants A's Sharks Warriors Kings 49ers Raiders Quakes Insiders More Tickets Shop Watch Pavelski: Reimer proved he can be 'difference ...

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