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Re: hobbit compiler working with guile-1.6.4

From: rm
Subject: Re: hobbit compiler working with guile-1.6.4
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 16:20:44 +0100
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On Tue, Feb 17, 2004 at 03:54:03PM +0100, Bernard Urban wrote:
> For people who do not already know:
> What is hobbit ?
> ================
> Hobbit is a Scheme to C compiler, originally written for SCM by  
> Tanel Tammet (address@hidden). It compiles all R4RS (with the
> exception of mutual tail recursion and hygienic macros).
> Defmacros are supported. The Guile module system can be used
> with some caution, see section about modules in the man page.
> As the subject says, this release works with the current stable guile.
> Among the noticeable user visible changes: 
> - a real man page
> - no more need to define compile-allnumbers if you want floating point 
> arithmetic
> I have no personal download area, so if a kind fellow on
> this list can point me to some incoming directory of a ftp server, or
> accept to receive directly the tar ball (350 Kb)...
> A Debian package is also available.

If you can send me the tarballs i can put them up on our server

 Thank's for the work!

   Ralf Mattes

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> Bernard Urban
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