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Problem with TDBC in Tcl 8.6.0: version conflict for package "TclOO"

Hi,
I've got a problem with Tcl 8.6.0. I tried to run my tcls-script, but received the following error:

version conflict for package "TclOO": have 0.7, need 1.0.1
    while executing
"load c:/tcl_x86/lib/teapot/package/win32-ix86/lib/tdbc_mysql1.0.0/tdbcmysql100.dll tdbcmysql"
    ("package ifneeded tdbc::mysql 1.0.0" script)
    invoked from within
"package require tdbc::mysql "
    (file "myscript.tcl" line 4)

Looks like the problem is in tdbc. I have already tried to install another version of tdbc, but it didn't help. This problem occures only in 8.6.0 Tcl version.
Can anybody help me?
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gamarvika (8)
10/21/2013 1:38:51 PM
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Am Montag, 21. Oktober 2013 15:38:51 UTC+2 schrieb gama...@gmail.com:
> Hi,
> 
> I've got a problem with Tcl 8.6.0. I tried to run my tcls-script, but received the following error:
> 
> 
> 
> version conflict for package "TclOO": have 0.7, need 1.0.1
> 
>     while executing
> 
> "load c:/tcl_x86/lib/teapot/package/win32-ix86/lib/tdbc_mysql1.0.0/tdbcmysql100.dll tdbcmysql"
> 
>     ("package ifneeded tdbc::mysql 1.0.0" script)
> 
>     invoked from within
> 
> "package require tdbc::mysql "
> 
>     (file "myscript.tcl" line 4)
> 
> 
> 
> Looks like the problem is in tdbc. I have already tried to install another version of tdbc, but it didn't help. This problem occures only in 8.6.0 Tcl version.

TDBC consists of many packages:
- the base package: tdbc
- one driver package per data base technology, in your case mysql

Those versions must fit.

Normally, tdbc 1.0.0 is bundeled with tcl8.6.0:
% package require tdbc
1.0.0

Inyour case, you should get:
% package require tdbc
0.7

This means, that you have a package tdbc with version 0.7 in your auto_path.
Eventually, you have multiple:
% package versions tdbc
0.7
1.0.0

Please check, if there are any old packages in your auto_path
%puts $auto_path

Try to require tdbc 1.0 before requiring tdbc::mysql
% package require tdbc 1.0
1.0.0
% package require tdbc::mysql 1.0

Or require mysql 0.7 if you have installed this:
% package require tdbc::mysql 0.7

Hope this helps,
Harald
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wortkarg2 (425)
10/21/2013 3:13:36 PM
On 21/10/2013 14:38, gamarvika@gmail.com wrote:
> I've got a problem with Tcl 8.6.0. I tried to run my tcls-script,
> but  received the following error:
>
> version conflict for package "TclOO": have 0.7, need 1.0.1
>      while executing
[...]

I'm confused as to why Tcl 8.6.0 would be claiming to have 0.7 when 1.0
is built directly in (the [package provide] happens before any user
script is executed, which should inhibit any loading of other versions
of that package — the external packages are for Tcl 8.5 only). That
would seem to indicate something rather wrong is going on.

Donal.
-- 
Donal Fellows — Tcl user, Tcl maintainer, TIP editor.
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10/21/2013 6:36:27 PM
I have installed a new clear Tcl and still have the same problem. I have been trying for few days, but can not install TDBC::MySql. Can anyone tell me what am i doing wrong?
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gamarvika (8)
10/23/2013 3:09:14 PM
Am Mittwoch, 23. Oktober 2013 17:09:14 UTC+2 schrieb gama...@gmail.com:
> I have installed a new clear Tcl and still have the same problem. I have been trying for few days, but can not install TDBC::MySql. Can anyone tell me what am i doing wrong?

I have tried in my post above.
Could you please try those diagnostics ?

Thnak you,
Harald
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wortkarg2 (425)
10/25/2013 6:55:51 AM
Harald, thank you for your advice. I really appreciate it, but it didn't help. Please, take a look at what I have got:
% package require tdbc
1.0.0
% package versions tdbc
1.0.0 1.0b17
% puts $auto_path
D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib/tcl8.6 D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib d:/projects/tclnew/lib/teapot/package/win32-ix8
6/lib d:/projects/tclnew/lib/teapot/package/tcl/lib
% package require tdbc 1.0
1.0.0
% package require tdbc::mysql 1.0
version conflict for package "TclOO": have 1.0, need 1.0.1

I have removed my old version and instaled new one from the very beginning once again. I have already checked env variable and auto_path - they are okay...
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gamarvika (8)
10/25/2013 2:34:44 PM
Am Freitag, 25. Oktober 2013 16:34:44 UTC+2 schrieb gama...@gmail.com:
> % package require tdbc
> 
> 1.0.0


Ok, thats good

> % package versions tdbc
> 
> 1.0.0 1.0b17

Oh, 1.0b17 - strange...

> % puts $auto_path
> 
> D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib/tcl8.6 D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib d:/projects/tclnew/lib/teapot/package/win32-ix8
> 
> 6/lib d:/projects/tclnew/lib/teapot/package/tcl/lib
> 
> % package require tdbc 1.0
> 
> 1.0.0
> 
> % package require tdbc::mysql 1.0
> 
> version conflict for package "TclOO": have 1.0, need 1.0.1

Very strange. What gives a 
% package versions tdbc
I have not found a 1.0.1 anywhere...

What happens if you require directly 1.0.0:
package require tdbc 1.0.0
package require tdbc::mysql 1.0.0

Thanks,
Harald
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wortkarg2 (425)
10/27/2013 5:20:30 PM
Look, I have clear version without any tdbc:
% package versions tdbc
% package require tdbc 1.0.0
can't find package tdbc 1.0.0

then I have installed one :

% teacup install tdbc 1.0.0
Resolving tdbc 1.0.0 ... [package tdbc 1.0.0 win32-ix86 @ http://teapot.activestate.com]
Resolving Tcl 8.6 -is package ... [package Tcl 8.6.0 _ ... Installed outside repository, probing dependencies]
Retrieving package tdbc 1.0.0 win32-ix86 ...@ http://teapot.activestate.com ... Ok
Installing into D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib/teapot
Installing package tdbc 1.0.0 win32-ix86

And after installidg tdbc 1.0.0 I have 2 versions: 1.0b17 and 1.0.0
% package require tdbc 1.0.0
1.0.0
% package versions tdbc
1.0b17 1.0.0

I didn't have tdbc::mysql installed:

% package require tdbc::mysql 1.0.0
can't find package tdbc::mysql 1.0.0

So i installed it:

% teacup install tdbc::mysql 1.0.0
Resolving tdbc::mysql 1.0.0 ... [package tdbc::mysql 1.0.0 win32-ix86 @ http://teapot.activestate.com]
Resolving Tcl 8.6 -is package ... [package Tcl 8.6.0 _ ... Installed outside repository, probing dependencies]
Resolving tdbc 1.0.0 -is package ... [package tdbc 1.0.0 win32-ix86 ... Already installed in repository, probing dependencies]
Retrieving package tdbc::mysql 1.0.0 win32-ix86 ...@ http://teapot.activestate.com ... Ok
Installing into D:/Projects/TclNEW/lib/teapot
Installing package tdbc::mysql 1.0.0 win32-ix86

And I've got the same error again:
% package require tdbc::mysql 1.0.0
version conflict for package "TclOO": have 1.0, need 1.0.1

I've tried your last advice and received a new error message:
% package require tdbc 1.0.0
1.0.0
% package require tdbc::mysql 1.0.0
can't create object "::tdbc::mysql::connection": command already exists with that name

I have no idea..Maybe there left some old pathes anywhere? I have checked only env variable and $auto_path

Thanks
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gamarvika (8)
10/28/2013 9:33:48 AM
On Monday, 28 October 2013 15:03:48 UTC+5:30, gama...@gmail.com  wrote:


Did you try:

package require tclOO
package versions tclOO


Might help to know if you have multiple versions somewhere on your path...

Also

package require tdbc::mysql
package versions tdbc::mysql

Best Regards,
nagu.
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10/28/2013 1:11:34 PM
Nagu, thanks for your reply. Here is what i've got:

% package require TclOO
1.0
% package versions TclOO
1.0
% package require tdbc::mysql
version conflict for package "TclOO": have 1.0, need 1.0.1
% package versions tdbc::mysql
1.0.0

Do you have any idea how can I fix my problem?
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gamarvika (8)
10/29/2013 1:29:50 PM
On 10/29/2013 09:29 AM, gamarvika@gmail.com wrote:
> Nagu, thanks for your reply. Here is what i've got:
>
> % package require TclOO
> 1.0
> % package versions TclOO
> 1.0
> % package require tdbc::mysql
> version conflict for package "TclOO": have 1.0, need 1.0.1
> % package versions tdbc::mysql
> 1.0.0
>
> Do you have any idea how can I fix my problem?

You have installed a binary for tdbc::mysql that was
compiled against the headers of Tcl 8.6.1, and as a result needs
at least Tcl 8.6.1 to function.  It will not [package require]
into Tcl 8.6.0.

The best solution for you is to install and use Tcl 8.6.1 and throw
out all your Tcl 8.6.0 installations.

If that's not an acceptable answer, there are other possibilities.

-- 
| Don Porter            Applied and Computational Mathematics Division |
| donald.porter@nist.gov             Information Technology Laboratory |
| http://math.nist.gov/~DPorter/                                  NIST |
|______________________________________________________________________|
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10/29/2013 2:23:13 PM
Don, thank you for your answer. I have to use exactly this version of Tcl, so i would like to know about other possibilities. Can you tell me at least one of them?
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gamarvika (8)
10/29/2013 3:17:46 PM
Don, thank you for your answer. I didn't know that this version is already released. I will try this version as soon as i can.

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gamarvika (8)
10/29/2013 3:33:14 PM
Thanks! Now it works fine with this new Tcl 8.6.1. If only this version were released a week earlier, I wouldn't spent so much time to that defected 8.6.0 version.
The problem is resolved. Thank you all!
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gamarvika (8)
10/30/2013 8:10:10 AM
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