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getting calling stack when errors in tk callback (rb_out)?

 
 
Ferenc Engard
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      10-05-2003
Hello,

When using tk, if there is an error in a callback (executing the tcl
proc rb_out), I get an Application Error dialog box only with the place
of the error occured, and the (meaningless) tcl calling stack.

Is there a solution to get the calling stack on the ruby side, too?

Thanks:
Ferenc
 
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