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TCL Progressbar

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 Hi,
 
  I want to put a progressbar to my TCL script during the execution of a long command. However, GUI is blocked during the execution and it doesn't work. I tried to use threads but main thread and newly created thread don't share the namespace or anything else and I couldn't manage to make it work. Do you have any solution?

  Thanks in advance,
  Berk Atikoglu
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