Tcl_BackgroundError(3)      Tcl Library Procedures      Tcl_BackgroundError(3)


       Tcl_BackgroundError - report Tcl error that occurred in background

       #include <tcl.h>


       Tcl_Interp   *interp   (in)      Interpreter in which the error

       This procedure is typically invoked when a Tcl error occurs during
       ``background processing'' such as executing an event handler.  When
       such an error occurs, the error condition is reported to Tcl or to a
       widget or some other C code, and there is not usually any obvious way
       for that code to report the error to the user.  In these cases the code
       calls Tcl_BackgroundError with an interp argument identifying the
       interpreter in which the error occurred.  At the time
       Tcl_BackgroundError is invoked, interp->result is expected to contain
       an error message.  Tcl_BackgroundError will invoke the bgerror Tcl
       command to report the error in an application-specific fashion.  If no
       bgerror command exists, or if it returns with an error condition, then
       Tcl_BackgroundError reports the error itself by printing a message on
       the standard error file.

       Tcl_BackgroundError does not invoke bgerror immediately because this
       could potentially interfere with scripts that are in process at the
       time the error occurred.  Instead, it invokes bgerror later as an idle
       callback.  Tcl_BackgroundError saves the values of the errorInfo and
       errorCode variables and restores these values just before invoking

       It is possible for many background errors to accumulate before bgerror
       is invoked.  When this happens, each of the errors is processed in
       order.  However, if bgerror returns a break exception, then all
       remaining error reports for the interpreter are skipped.

       background, bgerror, error

Tcl                                   7.5               Tcl_BackgroundError(3)