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2016-12-02
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repair Android onscreen keyboard handling (broken since [b46b660d5e]) check-in: ebc1f80f21 user: chw tags: trunk
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Changes

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	* generic/tcl.decls:
	* generic/tclIO.c: updated Tcl_IsChannelShared,
	Tcl_IsChannelRegistered, Tcl_CutChannel, Tcl_SpliceChannel,
	Tcl_IsChannelExisting, and Tcl_ClearChannelHandlers to conform to the
	new stacked channel implementation. Their stub slots were also moved
	to give preference to the new 8.3.2 stub functions. This will cause an
	incompatability with 8.4a1 only.
	(StopCopy): fixed a bug introduced by a partial fix in 8.3.2 that
	didn't set nonBlocking correctly when resetting the flags for the
	write side. [Bug: 6261]

	* doc/ChnlStack.3:
	* doc/CrtChannel.3:
	* generic/tcl.decls:







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	* generic/tcl.decls:
	* generic/tclIO.c: updated Tcl_IsChannelShared,
	Tcl_IsChannelRegistered, Tcl_CutChannel, Tcl_SpliceChannel,
	Tcl_IsChannelExisting, and Tcl_ClearChannelHandlers to conform to the
	new stacked channel implementation. Their stub slots were also moved
	to give preference to the new 8.3.2 stub functions. This will cause an
	incompatibility with 8.4a1 only.
	(StopCopy): fixed a bug introduced by a partial fix in 8.3.2 that
	didn't set nonBlocking correctly when resetting the flags for the
	write side. [Bug: 6261]

	* doc/ChnlStack.3:
	* doc/CrtChannel.3:
	* generic/tcl.decls:

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	TCL_MEM_DEBUG is used. [Bug 583445]

	* win/tclWinConsole.c (ConsoleCloseProc): only wait on writable pipe
	if there was something to write. This may prevent infinite wait on
	exit.

	* tests/exec.test: marked exec-18.1 unixOnly until the Windows
	incompatability (in the test, not the core) can be resolved.

	* tests/http.test (http-3.11): added close $fp that was causing an
	error on Windows because the file was not closed before deleting.

	* unix/tclUnixInit.c (Tcl_MacOSXGetLibraryPath): made this static
	function only appear when HAVE_CFBUNDLE is defined.

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	[regsub] returns the modified string.
	* doc/regsub.n: Updated docs.
	* tests/regexp.test: Updated and added tests.

	* compat/strtoll.c (strtoll):
	* compat/strtoull.c (strtoull):
	* unix/tclUnixPort.h:
	* win/tclWinPort.h: Const-ing 64-bit compatability declarations. Note
	that the return pointer is non-const because it is entirely legal for
	the functions to be called from somewhere that owns the string being
	passed. Fixes problem reported by Larry Virden.

2002-02-21  David Gravereaux <davygrvy@pobox.com>

	* win/mkd.bat (removed):
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	+----------------------+
	| TIP #72 IMPLEMENTED. |
	+----------------------+

	There are a lot of changes from this TIP, so please see
	http://purl.org/tcl/tip/72.html for discussion of
	backward-compatability issues, but the main ones modifications are in:

	* generic/tcl.h: New types.
	* generic/tcl.decls: New public functions.
	* generic/tclExecute.c: 64-bit aware bytecode engine.
	* generic/tclBinary.c: 64-bit handling in [binary] command.
	* generic/tclScan.c: 64-bit handling in [scan] command.
	* generic/tclCmdAH.c: 64-bit handling in [file] and [format]







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	* win/tclWinConsole.c (ConsoleCloseProc): only wait on writable pipe
	if there was something to write. This may prevent infinite wait on
	exit.

	* tests/exec.test: marked exec-18.1 unixOnly until the Windows
	incompatibility (in the test, not the core) can be resolved.

	* tests/http.test (http-3.11): added close $fp that was causing an
	error on Windows because the file was not closed before deleting.

	* unix/tclUnixInit.c (Tcl_MacOSXGetLibraryPath): made this static
	function only appear when HAVE_CFBUNDLE is defined.

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	[regsub] returns the modified string.
	* doc/regsub.n: Updated docs.
	* tests/regexp.test: Updated and added tests.

	* compat/strtoll.c (strtoll):
	* compat/strtoull.c (strtoull):
	* unix/tclUnixPort.h:
	* win/tclWinPort.h: Const-ing 64-bit compatibility declarations. Note
	that the return pointer is non-const because it is entirely legal for
	the functions to be called from somewhere that owns the string being
	passed. Fixes problem reported by Larry Virden.

2002-02-21  David Gravereaux <davygrvy@pobox.com>

	* win/mkd.bat (removed):
................................................................................

	+----------------------+
	| TIP #72 IMPLEMENTED. |
	+----------------------+

	There are a lot of changes from this TIP, so please see
	http://purl.org/tcl/tip/72.html for discussion of
	backward-compatibility issues, but the main ones modifications are in:

	* generic/tcl.h: New types.
	* generic/tcl.decls: New public functions.
	* generic/tclExecute.c: 64-bit aware bytecode engine.
	* generic/tclBinary.c: 64-bit handling in [binary] command.
	* generic/tclScan.c: 64-bit handling in [scan] command.
	* generic/tclCmdAH.c: 64-bit handling in [file] and [format]

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	function in multiple interfaces simultaneously.

	* generic/tcl.decls: Duplicated some namespace declarations from
	tclInt.decls here, as mandated by TIP #139. This is OK since the
	declarations match and will end up using the declarations in the
	public code from now on because of #include ordering. Keeping the old
	declarations in tclInt.decls; there's no need to gratuitously break
	compatability for those extensions which are already clients of the
	namespace code.

2003-08-23  Zoran Vasiljevic  <zoran@archiwrae.com>

	* generic/tclIOUtil.c: merged fixes for thread-unsafe handling of
	filesystem records [Bug 753315]. This also fixed the [Bug 788780]
	* generic/tclPathObj.c: merged fixes for thread-unsafe handling of
................................................................................

	* generic/tclCmdMZ.c (Tcl_StringObjCmd): Made [string map] accept
	dictionaries for maps.  This is much trickier than it looks, since map
	entry ordering is significant. [Bug 759936]

	* generic/tclVar.c (Tcl_ArrayObjCmd, TclArraySet): Made [array get]
	and [array set] work with dictionaries, producing them and consuming
	them. Note that for compatability reasons, you will never get a dict
	from feeding a string literal to [array set] since that alters the
	trace behaviour of "multi-key" sets. [Bug 759935]

2003-06-23  Vince Darley  <vincentdarley@users.sourceforge.net>

	* generic/tclTrace.c: fix to Window debug build compilation error.








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	* generic/tcl.decls: Duplicated some namespace declarations from
	tclInt.decls here, as mandated by TIP #139. This is OK since the
	declarations match and will end up using the declarations in the
	public code from now on because of #include ordering. Keeping the old
	declarations in tclInt.decls; there's no need to gratuitously break
	compatibility for those extensions which are already clients of the
	namespace code.

2003-08-23  Zoran Vasiljevic  <zoran@archiwrae.com>

	* generic/tclIOUtil.c: merged fixes for thread-unsafe handling of
	filesystem records [Bug 753315]. This also fixed the [Bug 788780]
	* generic/tclPathObj.c: merged fixes for thread-unsafe handling of
................................................................................

	* generic/tclCmdMZ.c (Tcl_StringObjCmd): Made [string map] accept
	dictionaries for maps.  This is much trickier than it looks, since map
	entry ordering is significant. [Bug 759936]

	* generic/tclVar.c (Tcl_ArrayObjCmd, TclArraySet): Made [array get]
	and [array set] work with dictionaries, producing them and consuming
	them. Note that for compatibility reasons, you will never get a dict
	from feeding a string literal to [array set] since that alters the
	trace behaviour of "multi-key" sets. [Bug 759935]

2003-06-23  Vince Darley  <vincentdarley@users.sourceforge.net>

	* generic/tclTrace.c: fix to Window debug build compilation error.

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	and tests and fix for an unreported Windows glob problem ('glob -dir
	C: -tails *').

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	* *.3: Convert CONST to const and VOID to void so we document how
	people should actually use the Tcl API and not the compatability hacks
	that it has to have.

	* doc/man.macros, *.3: Update .AS macro so it can know how wide to
	make the third column of the argument list. Update documentation for C
	API (only users) to take advantage of this.

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	and tests and fix for an unreported Windows glob problem ('glob -dir
	C: -tails *').

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	* *.3: Convert CONST to const and VOID to void so we document how
	people should actually use the Tcl API and not the compatibility hacks
	that it has to have.

	* doc/man.macros, *.3: Update .AS macro so it can know how wide to
	make the third column of the argument list. Update documentation for C
	API (only users) to take advantage of this.

	* doc/FileSystem.3: Formatting fixes for greater documentation

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 * TCL_ONE_WORD_KEYS:		The keys are pointers, the pointer is stored
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 * TCL_CUSTOM_TYPE_KEYS:	The keys are arbitrary types which are copied
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 * TCL_CUSTOM_PTR_KEYS:		The keys are pointers to arbitrary types, the
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 *
 * While maintaining binary compatability the above have to be distinct values
 * as they are used to differentiate between old versions of the hash table
 * which don't have a typePtr and new ones which do. Once binary compatability
 * is discarded in favour of making more wide spread changes TCL_STRING_KEYS
 * can be the same as TCL_CUSTOM_TYPE_KEYS, and TCL_ONE_WORD_KEYS can be the
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/*
 *---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * Tcl_SeekOld, Tcl_TellOld --
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 *
 * Results:
 *	As for Tcl_Seek and Tcl_Tell respectively, except truncated to
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 *

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		return TCL_ERROR;
	    }
	}
	return TCL_OK;
    } else {
	/*
	 * Not a dictionary, so assume (and convert to, for backward-
	 * -compatability reasons) a list.
	 */

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	    }
	}
	return TCL_OK;
    } else {
	/*
	 * Not a dictionary, so assume (and convert to, for backward-
	 * -compatibility reasons) a list.
	 */

	int elemLen;
	Tcl_Obj **elemPtrs, *copyListObj;

	result = TclListObjGetElements(interp, arrayElemObj,
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	set string [encoding convertto $http(-urlencoding) $string]
	return [string map $formMap $string]
    }
    set converted [string map $formMap $string]
    if {[string match "*\[\u0100-\uffff\]*" $converted]} {
	regexp "\[\u0100-\uffff\]" $converted badChar
	# Return this error message for maximum compatability... :^/
	return -code error \
	    "can't read \"formMap($badChar)\": no such element in array"
    }
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	set string [encoding convertto $http(-urlencoding) $string]
	return [string map $formMap $string]
    }
    set converted [string map $formMap $string]
    if {[string match "*\[\u0100-\uffff\]*" $converted]} {
	regexp "\[\u0100-\uffff\]" $converted badChar
	# Return this error message for maximum compatibility... :^/
	return -code error \
	    "can't read \"formMap($badChar)\": no such element in array"
    }
    return $converted
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# http::ProxyRequired --

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#			    isn't being built with deprecated functions.
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#		resource compiler.  This hook is needed to tell the tools
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#		when not specified. If the CPU environment variable has been