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Tcl object from C++

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I have some code that i need to pass it into TCL does anyone knows how to do it.

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by:brettmjohnson
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Perhaps this article will help:

"Invoking Tcl commands from Cplusplus":
http://wiki.tcl.tk/1133

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by:ttsenis
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Well i am not interest for calling tcl inside c++ but from inside a tcl script to call a function written in C++ in lib or dll or straigth format.
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Hmmm.  You stated your original question (and question title) backward.
You want to "Call C++ from TCL".  Try this TCL-C++ bridge:

http://sources.redhat.com/sid/component-docs/bridge-tcl.html

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