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User & Date: dgp 2015-10-22 14:45:18
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2015-10-22
15:48
Revise cget method to direct C implementation. check-in: 0614e72ef9 user: dgp tags: dgp-method-type
14:45
compiler warning check-in: ed627972ff user: dgp tags: dgp-method-type
14:44
Test revised -- think it was expecting wrong [itcl::code] context, but callback is fully qualified so it doesn't appear to matter. Also removed things not longer needed. check-in: c1c300c05c user: dgp tags: dgp-method-type
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Changes to generic/itkArchBase.c.

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    Tcl_Interp *interp,        /* interpreter managing the class */
    ItclObject *contextObj,    /* itcl object being configured */
    ClientData cdata,          /* command prefix to use for configuration */
    CONST char *newval)        /* new value for this option */
{
    ItclVariable *ivPtr = (ItclVariable*)cdata;

    Tcl_CallFrame frame;
    int result = TCL_OK;
    CONST char *val;
    ItclMemberCode *mcode;

    /*
     *  Update the public variable with the new option value.
     *  There should already be a call frame installed for handling






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    Tcl_Interp *interp,        /* interpreter managing the class */
    ItclObject *contextObj,    /* itcl object being configured */
    ClientData cdata,          /* command prefix to use for configuration */
    CONST char *newval)        /* new value for this option */
{
    ItclVariable *ivPtr = (ItclVariable*)cdata;


    int result = TCL_OK;
    CONST char *val;
    ItclMemberCode *mcode;

    /*
     *  Update the public variable with the new option value.
     *  There should already be a call frame installed for handling