Ticket #27911 (closed defect: fixed)
Pallet first time run cannot find /Library/TCL
|Reported by:||vulcan_@…||Owned by:||juanger@…|
installed Pallet a couple of days ago and have been trying to figure out how to get it to run. As soon as i start it a dialog pops up over the main window asking me to locate the TCL installation that it was built with.
I am running a clean install of Snow Leopard and i followed the instructions for installing Macports into it .. so no migration issues. Installed Macports from the .dmg for Snow Leo. I do not have a /Library/TCL folder after installing MacPorts. I checked on the old boot drive (Tiger 10.4.11) and the /Library/TCL folder is there .. so macports used to install the TCL folder .. but not now?
my machine is an older MacBook (not Pro) with a Intel Core Duo (not Core 2 Duo) so i can only run 32 bit apps, if that makes a difference.
is Pallet supposed to install the TCL folder .. and is failing to do so .. or is it supposed to be created by MacPort install? or am i supposed to install TCL from scratch? which will be a serious pain as many other apps depend on TCL and so all have to be uninstalled if i have to rip out TCL.