etk broken in R6B-0? (was INET_GETHOST.EXE)
Fri Dec 3 19:03:52 CET 1999
The problem (at least on Unix) seems to be that the file etk/src/tkstr.erl
is never compiled.
The workaround is to compile tkstr.erl and place the resulting .beam file into
"Vance Shipley" <vances@REDACTED> writes:
> Damn, he's right. ETK seems to be broken in R6B-0. I can't get wtour or
> etk_demo to work either in the WinNT or Unix environments. :(
> } -----Original Message-----
> } From: owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED
> } [mailto:owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED]On Behalf Of Bruce Fitzsimons
> } Sent: Friday, December 03, 1999 10:45 AM
> } To: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> } Subject: INET_GETHOST.EXE
> } Hullo,
> } Is anyone else having a few problems with this monster? Using ETK under R6B
> } this program starts, as well as WISH42.EXE, but it never completes (as I
> } guess it is supposed to).
> } I'm running under Win95 with no DNS configured, but with -sname blah.
> } It looks like this code is new for R6B. Etk always used to work fine...now
> } even the demos won't run.
> } Cheers,
> } Bruce
> } PS I had a quick (very!) look for the source code and couldn't find it. So
> } I'm not sure what it wants to do, I presume its resolving the host name of
> } the local host.
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