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Re: CGI scripting with Guile

From: Sebastian Tennant
Subject: Re: CGI scripting with Guile
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 22:19:27 +0200
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Quoth Thien-Thi Nguyen <address@hidden>:
> () Sebastian Tennant <address@hidden>
> () Sun, 16 Mar 2008 14:56:20 +0200
>    This is incredibly useful.  Thank you for pointing it out.
> You're welcome.  If you find any bugs in it, i'm all ears...

I'll do my best... :-)

>    Just out of curiostiy, why the '.in' file extension?
>    Is it to do with make?
> It's customary for autoconf-substituted files (see
> to use the .in extension.  Running the configure script produces
> id.cgi from, with the @var@ sequences expanded.

Noted.  Thanks for the explanation.

>    > #!/bin/sh
>    > exec @GUILE@ -s $0 "$@" # -*- scheme -*-
>    > !#
>    Also, why the shell?
> This preamble can accomodate Guile installed in different places.
> For example, in my case, @GUILE@ becomes /home/ttn/local/bin/guile,
> but for you it would most likely be different.  You should be able
> to safely replace it w/ the preamble used in your test script.

Hmm, OK.  Again, just out of interest, why doesn't a simple

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Thanks again thi.


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