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Packaging a guile-enabled binary

From: Mike Gran
Subject: Packaging a guile-enabled binary
Date: Sun, 2 May 2004 13:21:52 -0700 (PDT)

I'm putting together a little graphical program whose deliverable
consists of a standard Linux binary (compiled C code) and a single
Guile script.  The binary is the main executable.  The Guile script
contains some configuration information, like a dot file, and some
high-level functions that are called by the C code.  The compiled
binary requires the script to run successfully.

Where's the best place for the Guile script? Best, in this case, means
most foolproof for the the desktop user that is going to download the
program as a pre-compiled package.  Dot file?  In the library?  Is
there a "right" way or a "standard"?

Mike Gran

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