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Introduction to the TclMySQL library

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From: Cem Tueten <cem(at)> [ date: 2004-09-22 ]

I found the homepage while I was searching for mysqltcl.
This is a great howto. Very easy to understand.

It would be great if another howto would be possible where you go more deep into reading & writing from the mysql db.

Cem Tueten
From: wei wang <wangmail200(at)> [ date: 2004-11-11 ]
I found it hard to take the variable in tcl into mysql while excuting the query command ,it's very troublesome! who can tell me how to deal with it!
thank you!
From: david gil perez <gil(at)> [ date: 2004-11-15 ]
Firstly, thank you for this great howto, I found it very useful. I found two erratas in the code:

In the section "Handling errors", two times:

It says "mysqlclose mysql_handler", but it should say "mysqlclose $mysql_handler"

I hope this would be useful,
david gil perez

From: K.Ganesh Kumar <kgkumar(at)> [ date: 2004-12-28 ]

The topic provides good knowledge for interfacing mysql server and tcl. But i find the following error while compilong the program. Pls help me to correct.

couldn't load file "/usr/lib/mysqltcl-3.00/": cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
while executing
"load /usr/lib/mysqltcl-3.00/"
("package ifneeded" script)
invoked from within
"package require mysqltcl"



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