Revision history for Perl extension Tcl. 1.02 2011-02-11 - fix export_to_tcl and test 1.01 2011-02-10 - export_to_tcl convenience sub 1.00 2010-11-23 - 1.0 release 0.99 2010-11-02 - more 'stubs' platform binaries - hashes also treated specially in $interp->call(...) 0.98 2009-11-24 - moved to git - Add flag to CreateCommand to suppress useless first 3 args - documentation - better tkkit.dll support - Makefile.PL has better support for AIX, Solaris, Windows 64, darwin 0.97 2008-09-07 - --usestubs default on linux - Makefile.PL should exit with status 0 on error 0.95 2007-06-07 - configuration cygwin help from Jerry D. Hedden 0.91 2006-11-13 --usestubs is no by default 0.90 2006-11-11 - more Darwin support - move 'new' method to Tcl.pm - replace DynaLoader with XSLoader, Tcl is no more ISA-DynaLoader - removed bogus insecure do"$Tcl::config::tcl_pm_path/Tcl.cfg" 0.89 23-may-2006 - Binary stub archives for various platforms to allow building the Tcl module without any Tcl distribution on the system. - misc OS shared libraries loading improvements 0.88 23-aug-2005 - documentation - moveable distributions - implement & document - TODO file removal - more OS support in Makefile.PL - some code modification in Tcl bridge - more tests 0.87 02-feb-2005 - automatic cleanup on widget deletion 0.85 31-dec-2004 - Makefile.PL makes --usestubs the default - minor test fixes for portability 0.84 13-sept-2004 - Tcl.pm changes to be more perlTk compatible - Makefile.PL contains few more OS-dependent processing 0.81 09-may-2004 - some Tcl.xs improvements, Makefile.PL now requires Tcl/Tk version 8.4 (Jeff Hobbs) 0.80 03-may-2004 - many Tcl.xs improvements from Jeff Hobbs, Gisle Aas (better handling for numbers, Unicode) - changes for event variables and in Tcl::Ev - ::perl::Eval proc in Tcl to eval in Perl - references to Perl objects now created in Tcl in ::perl namespace 0.77 17-apr-2004 - quick fix of 1=>1.0 problem - add wcall wrapper to Tcl.pm 0.76 17-apr-2004 - many improvements in Tcl.pm, Tcl.xs from Jeff Hobbs - many improvements in Tcl.pm, Tcl.xs from Gisle Aas - more tests by Jeff Hobbs, Gisle Aas - subclassing is more correct with respect to Tcl::Tk module - Makefile.PL and ceMakefile.PL now integrated to one file - General cleaning of code, more comments - Tcl-800 currently not supported, only recent versions 0.75 28-mar-2004, Vadim Konovalov - ARRAY REF are processed in $interp->call(...) for perlTk compat - replace undef with '' in $interp->call(...) 0.72 20-aug-2003, Vadim Konovalov - now widget object become replaced to widget path in arguments to 'call' - better error handling and diagnostic for calls to Tcl/Tk - now returning undef from handler subroutine do not causes an error in Tcl side. Instead, some error traping should be invented 0.71 03-jul-2003, Vadim Konovalov - support Tcl version 8.0.x 0.7 02-jul-2003, Vadim Konovalov - Some possible coredumps were fixed (but not completely, hence FIXME warning in Tcl.xs) - some fixes from Slaven Rezic, (FreeBSD support and some more) - perl-5.005 support (FreeBSD has this version after installation) 0.6 08-jun-2003, Vadim Konovalov - now Tcl 'is-a' Tcl::Tk - improved access method for TCL Events (%y, %y and so on) - WinCE support - few BUGs fixed 0.5 25-may-2003, Vadim Konovalov - 'linux' and 'cygwin' supported 0.4 19-may-2003, Vadim Konovalov - changed version system and added module VERSION variable - compatibility changes to support modern versions of Perl and Tcl (perl-5.6.0, perl-5.8.0, tcl-8.4.2) - call to Tcl_FindExecutable, as long as Tcl now requires this (otherwise Tcl dumps core, as RTFS-ing of Tcl shows) - XS function "Tcl::call" renamed to "Tcl::icall" and "Tcl::call" implemented in Tcl.pm and now contains more complex logic. - sub create_tcl_sub and ev_sub were added, they could be used to create event fields-aware subroutines - added 'tclcfg.tcl' to output tcl configuration, used from Makefile.PL - Makefile.PL changed to be more consistent - use strict; Tcl-b3 11-mar-2001, Andrew Brown - minor update for compatability with perl 5.6.0 by Andrew Brown Tcl-b2 1997, Malcolm Beattie - Created entire module.