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Re: gh_define() and gh_eval_str()

From: Federico Di Gregorio
Subject: Re: gh_define() and gh_eval_str()
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 22:59:39 +0200
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Scavenging the mail folder uncovered Thien-Thi Nguyen's letter:
>    From: Federico Di Gregorio <address@hidden>
>    Date: 19 Jul 2001 21:14:09 +0200
>    after a comment from Brian Crowder (thanks!) i found a little bug in
>    my program ...
> what was the bug?

in the test program, to not compile teh sources every time i was
reading the scheme code from stdin. then i switched to passing files
to be read on the command line. the problem was that i added that *and*
gh_define() without testing separately (sic). when the program did not
worked as expected i too fast 'accused' guile, mainly because i write
c code every day and reading from a file is something i did 100 times
without a single problem. (to be precise, i forgot to add a \0 at the
end of the read text.)

back to experimenting with guile, now,

Federico Di Gregorio
MIXAD LIVE Chief of Research & Technology              address@hidden
Debian GNU/Linux Developer & Italian Press Contact        address@hidden
  Those who do not study Lisp are doomed to reimplement it. Poorly.
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