Tclpython allows the execution of Python code from within a TCL interpreter using embedded Python interpreters.
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Release Notes: The ability to execute Tcl code in the parent Tcl interpreter from Python interpreters was added. The Tcl interpreter can now be accessed from C code, making it possible to extend tclpython.
Release Notes: Tcl stubs support was added, and non public Tcl namespace code was removed from the C source.
Release Notes: In this version, the new exec command was added. A patched Python core library is no longer required.
Release Notes: With this release, only Tclpython (for Python 2.2) is now supported. It was successfully tested and built on Redhat 8.0, and the automatic 'import site' instruction on a new thread was prevented, since it makes the program hang.
Release Notes: Errors from the Python interpreters are now always caught and properly reported to the Tcl interpreter, and the previous tclpython2 binary rpm was wrongly compiled against another installation which caused string I/O module loading failure and a core dump.