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Re: packaging a guile module, call/cc tutorial

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: packaging a guile module, call/cc tutorial
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 17:18:45 +0200
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"John Trammell" <address@hidden> writes:

> I have a guile issue and a scheme issue I'm hoping you can help me
> with.  My guile issue is that I've built a rudimentary module
> (following the code in
> that I'd like to tar up and make available as a GPL'ed installable
> package.  Can any of you point me to documentation or an example of
> how to do that?  I have something cobbled together with a Makefile but
> I'd like to think there's a more sophisticated solution out there.

Dale Smith on IRC noted that Martin Grabmüller once wrote a skeleton for
Guile extensions written in C:

It has a `' script that automatically sets up the basic
package environment for you.  For instance, running "./ foo"
creates a `guile-foo' package, with C stubs in `foo.c' and `foo.h'.

There are also Guile bindings for many libraries that you could use as a
starting point, although it won't be as straightforward as running a


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