I'm using ubuntu 14.04 and emacspeak 41.0.
The makefile instructs me to ensure that tcl is on my system.
I found every tcl and tclx package I could and installed them:
"sudo apt-get install tcl tclx libtcl8.6 libtcl8.6-dbg tcl8.6-dev critcl tclx8.4 tclx8.4-dev tcl-doc tcl-trf-doc tcl8.6-doc tclx8.4-doc"
The good: "man tcl" returns the man page, and tclsh works.
The bad/unexpected: "which tcl" returns nothing, and "tcl dtk-exp" returns "No command 'tcl' found, did you mean: ...".
The makefile stated that tclsh isn't what I'm looking for.
Is there a way to install tcl on ubuntu so that it does what emacspeak is asking of it?
I'm assuming that I'll need a "tcl" executable my path (tclsh is in /usr/bin).
Google gives me plenty of discussions of tcl executables, but nothing that I need.
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