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Re: [dev-serveez] How about a release?

From: stefan
Subject: Re: [dev-serveez] How about a release?
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 17:33:12 +0100 (CET)

On Sun, 23 Mar 2003, Andreas Rottmann wrote:

> I just checked with Guile 1.7 and the Guile servers seem to
> work. However, for the binary test I get:
> address@hidden:~/src/contrib/serveez/test% serveez -f binary-test.scm
> [2003/03/23 17:18:54] debug: cache: created 64 cache entries
> [2003/03/23 17:18:54] notice: Linux 2.4.20 on i686
> undefined:0:0: Exception due to `unbound-variable'
> scm_must_free is deprecated.  Use scm_gc_malloc and scm_gc_free instead.
> guile-error: Unbound variable: serveez-verbosity
> [2003/03/23 17:18:54] error: error loading config file

Hm.  This could possibly also occur with Guile 1.6.x version.  The
variable 'serveez-verbosity' is defined via scm_c_define_gsubr() in the C
part of Serveez.  The 'binary-test.scm' script uses the module
'test-suite.scm' which uses 'serveez-verbosity'.  Apparently this is also
a question for <address@hidden>.  Somehow it seems the symbol
'serveez-verbosity' is not visible in the test-suite module.  How can this
be achieved?

A pending task for a new release is also to clarify whether there are
replacement for these symbols:

         U gh_scm2chars
         U gh_scm2newstr
         U gh_symbol2newstr

The guile developers wanted to drop the gh interface in future.  These
three symbols are yet used by Serveez + Guile 1.6.x, everything else is
properly replaced by its scm_() equivalents.

So what are the equivalents for the mentioned symbols?


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