In article <3DD16F04.517E6720 / earthlink.net>,
Benjamin Goldberg  <goldbb2 / earthlink.net> wrote:
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>Hmm, is there a way of making tcl dump the tcl-bytecodes to a file?
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There are at least a couple, but neither is particularly
handy, at this point; most common is to install TclPro
Compiler and let it do the work.  The other is to rebuild
a standard source distribution with a debugging flag 
enabled, then set a run-time flag to report on byte-code
flow.  Neither is as inviting at the corresponding ability
in, for example, Python.

I hope I'm wrong about this, that there's an easier way, 
and that someone will correct me.
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