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Re: Guile 3.0.7 compile cache messages

From: Zelphir Kaltstahl
Subject: Re: Guile 3.0.7 compile cache messages
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 08:52:54 +0000

Hi Adriano!

On 6/2/21 8:00 AM, Adriano Peluso wrote:
> Il giorno mar, 01/06/2021 alle 08.14 -0400, Olivier Dion via General
> Guile related discussions ha scritto:
>> On Mon, 31 May 2021, Zelphir Kaltstahl <>
>> wrote:
>>> Hello Guile Users!
>>> It seems my Guile (version 3.0.7, installed via GNU Guile, updated
>>> today) is
>>> doing something weird, or perhaps something correct but unexpected
>>> with regard
>>> to informing about it finding compile caches. When I run a program
>>> with `guile
>>> -L . main.scm`, it displays the following:
>> I also find it annoying.  I use Guile as a script language for a
>> video game engine in C.  This interferes with the logging system and it
>> annoys the hell out of me >:-)
> Does this bug help anyone of you ?

To be honest my need is not as urgent as something failing because of the
messages, but rather a visual annoyance, that did not happen before. When I do
not expect a recompilation, because I did not change any code, then it is
surprising to see the cache messages appearing, even with auto compilation
switched off. For a moment I think: "Huh? Did something change?" and then "Ah,
it is only those always shown messages.". It did not use to do that.

I am not sure what changed in my setting or with GNU Guile. My theory is, that
it is something introduced between 3.0.5 (or 4?) and 3.0.7 perhaps. Or that
something was changed in the way that GNU Guix installs GNU Guile and that
affects the caching messages somehow.

Best regards,


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