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Re: Python on guile

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: Re: Python on guile
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2020 22:16:35 -0500
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Hello Stefan!

Stefan Israelsson Tampe <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all, there is an ever stream of tickets to fix in the python clone made
> in guile. Usually I spend time testing some python submodule and in the
> process realizes issues with the current code base. I'm certain that there
> is quite a lot of bus still remaining.
> My latest addition was the subprocess module, which exersisced the select
> code, the os module and a popen like implementation. In the process
> glitches in the name spacing was found and fixed for classes. (the name
> bounding in clasdefs are a let construct but the decorators can refer to
> the variable bindings (methods and assignments). I fixed the try exception
> mechanism when one issues a simple (raise). If in a contexts of a error
> handler, then the catched exception is resent. previously a simple
> Exception with no data was resent. Now most warnings that was spamming the
> python session have been quited. quite a lot of bugs have been found in the
> os module and fixed.
> With this I'm happy with the python on guile repo and just released a
> version 1.1
> Repo:
> Happy hacking

Sounds good!  I've yet to try it, but the idea of running Python things
using Guile is really cool to me :-).  I'll try to give it a spin soon.



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