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Re: compiling a scheme module

From: Rob Browning
Subject: Re: compiling a scheme module
Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2001 12:47:23 -0500
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Bill Gribble <address@hidden> writes:

> It's not dead, it's only sleeping! 


> Rob Browning (address@hidden) did a fair amount of work in
> cleaning up hobbit and getting it ready for integration with current
> guile... working with the module system more smoothly, handling macros
> properly, etc.  I'm cc:ing him because he tends to let guile-user mail
> pile up. 

Yep.  I deal with guile-devel pretty immediately, but I tend to take
guile-user in batches.

> I know he's pretty busy getting guile-1.6 released, but I know that
> getting the profiler and compiler working is on his todo list after that
> happens. 

Yep.  I had hobbit more or less working with guile CVS as of a couple
of months ago, but I didn't get to the point where I was ready to
commit my changes.  I was working out some issues with macros and
compilation.  While I'm certain I've only touched the tip of the
iceberg there, I did manage to hash out with Marius a way to handle
eval-when reasonably (in fact in the short run, we won't be using
pssyntax's eval-when, but rather guile's built in eval-case -- I just
need to add another case for compilation).

Anyway, as soon as I can get 1.6.0 out, I'll immediately turn my
attention to (1) fixing g-wrap, (2) fixing gnucash, and in parallel,
working on hobbit.

The current place for hobbit wrt guile is in CVS.  If you check out
the top level CVS tree, you'll see the guile-hobbit module.

Hope this helps.

Rob Browning
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