thank you. I am starting to grasp the "behind the scenes"... However, I stillave problems in operationalizing it: in the module documentation I read:
Copy installed Tcl/Tk binaries to some location, then install Perl mod
with a special action to make Tcl.pm know of this location. This appro
makes sure that only chosen Tcl installation is used.
No mention however how to accomplish it. Google doesn't help too. I am surely not very fit in this kind of things, but a bit more documentation would help. So, I again would very much appreciate any suggestion
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