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Is it possible to use .h files in tcl?

Posted by Dimon (Dimon), 16 August 2006
Tcl scripts call several c - programs. Each c-program is command-line utility that use any header-file with errors description. The question: is there any tool in Tcl to working with .h files directly or the only way is parsing them manually?

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 19 August 2006
You could always add an extra command, written in C, to your Tcl.  Include your .h files in the C, and have it pass back what you need.   See here for an example of the C and here for the Tcl that calls it

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