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Id: 118603
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Requestors: ravi.shankar [...] cellworksgroup.com
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Subject: undefined symbol: Tcl_TranslateFileName
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 11:48:14 +0530
To: bug-Tcl [...] rt.cpan.org
From: "ravi.shankar [...] cellworksgroup.com" <ravi.shankar [...] cellworksgroup.com>
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Hi guys, When i am loading an tclsqlite-3.5.3.so it is flagging *undefined symbol: Tcl_TranslateFileName* error. I am using Tcl-1.05 module of the perl. I tried to rebuild the Makefile.PL using the following commands since it was flagging segmentation fault. If i load this tclsqlite-3.5.3.so file using the real tcl interpreter it is loading. No issue with the tclsqlite-3.5.3.so file.I have created a binary of the perl script using pp command and executing the binary. It is flagging this error. a) perl Makefile.PL --nousestubs - make test make install *Segmentation Fault is removed using this link* http://www.cpan.org/modules/by-module/Tcl/Tcl-pTk-0.92.readme * Tcl-1.05 Module* http://search.cpan.org/~vkon/Tcl-1.05/ <http://search.cpan.org/%7Evkon/Tcl-1.05/> *Tcl module verison is - Tcl-1.05 Perl version is - 5.8.8 Tcl verison installed in my system is - 8.5 sqlitedb used is sqlite3. os is CentOS release 5.6 (Final).* *Source code is :* use strict; ## Tcl module to run tcl commands or operations and to pass the values from tcl to perl use Tcl; ## Created a new object of Tcl interpretor my $obj = Tcl->new; ## loading the so file $obj->Eval('load tclsqlite-3.5.3.so'); Need your suggestions.
is it flagging the error when you've made binary with 'pp', or always?
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