Tcl (originally from "Tool Command Language", but conventionally rendered as "Tcl" rather than "TCL"; is a scripting language.

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Unable to use 'vi' on Ubuntu 12.04

Whenever I try to open any text file using vi or vim, I get the following error, vim: error while loading shared libraries: libtcl8.5.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory ...
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Tcl error while installing Wordnet

While installing Wordnet, I'm getting the following error; stubs.c:132:14: error: ‘Tcl_Interp’ has no member named ‘result’. I tried giving following; #define USE_INTERP_RESULT 1 at the end of ...
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Error: tcl.h not found (no such file or directory)

I'm trying to install something using the 'make' command, however it gives me the fatal error:tcl.h no such file or directory. I'm new to linux, can anyone help me?
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Dynamic Data Exchange in Ubuntu using Tcl

I need to access some data in Windows, for this I want to use DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange) provided by tcl language. I found this link in google ...
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tcl/tk gui resizing problem in ubuntu 12.10

When i open my tcl/tk GUI in Ubuntu 12.10 ,the GUI got cut off from right side. Though same code seems to work fine in Ubuntu 11.04. Also,when i move to gnome or gnome classic using gnome shell the ...
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Need TCL help related to Expect

I created a program that inputs passwords contained in a list into ecryptfs-recover-private. People with encrypted directories that know the basic structure of their password, but aren't sure of the ...
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Tcl: installing package starkit?

(just wanted to document this; self-answer to follow) I just found Visual REGEXP : a graphical explorer for your regexps, which is a Tck/Tk application, so I wanted to try it on Ubuntu 11.04 natty. ...
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tk installation doesn't work for ruby1.9.1

Ok, this is what I did before I landed onto a terminal with a bunch of error messages... First, I installed ruby1.9.1 using apt-get. (All of those ruby1.9.1 packages including ruby1.9.1-examples ...
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Where can I find tclConfig?

I'm trying to install something that uses Tcl and it requires the config file tclConfig. I've installed tcl via sudo apt-get install tcl8.5 but after doing a search there isn't such a file. Did I ...