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Re: Quietening Guile compilation output

From: Peter TB Brett
Subject: Re: Quietening Guile compilation output
Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2013 17:13:32 +0100
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address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès) writes:

> I would recommend changing your package’s build system so that it
> compiles and installs .go file.  That way, users won’t see any such
> messages.
> The only exception is commands with a #!../guile shebang.  For those you
> can really avoid auto-compilation warnings, but it’s often OK to use the
> evaluator if the script itself is small and just an entry point for the
> core of your package:
>   #!/path/to/guile --no-auto-compile

To save me reinventing the wheel, does anybody have a recipe for doing
build-time compilation that DTRT with both Guile 1.8 and Guile 2.0?



Dr Peter Brett <address@hidden>

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