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Re: stis-supervector v0.0.1

From: Stefan Israelsson Tampe
Subject: Re: stis-supervector v0.0.1
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 2021 22:19:01 +0200

No probably more people have issues, it can be a language barrier., etc.
Just that my gut feeling is that it's premature to introduce examples of
this level. Better to work on design principles like features missing, like
if I should introduce mor fan outs that is have more branches in a branch.
Try to explains examplified details in the design etc. Maybe allow complex
number representations and so on. Also I'm 50 and have worked more than 60
hours a week for all my life with 20 hours or more trying to develop my
skills. Easy to use the wrong language then and I'm a poor teacher and
language is not my thing. Sorry. But I will surly try remember your comment
at try to adress it later. Just that I have to prioritize.

But as a hint there are some few test routines in the code. Base, currently
way too few as I tested with the repl mostly. Look at the end of the source

On Sat, 2 Oct 2021, 21:45 Damien Mattei <> wrote:

> so it is me only that do not understand anything :-(
> On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 8:46 PM Stefan Israelsson Tampe <
>> wrote:
>> Good point.
>> I can add some examples. But atm I most comments need to be about things
>> that need deep experience, maybe I'm wrong about this but the basic stuff
>> do need to be examplified as well just as you commen. Maybe the beta which
>> I think Wil be a 0.1 release will include those examples.
>> On Sat, 2 Oct 2021, 20:33 Damien Mattei <> wrote:
>>> seems to be a pretty work, but why there is not a simple example in the
>>> doc about make supervector :-O ? perhaps for you it is evident what is it
>>> but for an outside people to the project it is not.
>>> Damien
>>> On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 6:55 PM Stefan Israelsson Tampe <
>>>> wrote:
>>>> I'm now satisfied enough to release a first version of
>>>> stis-supervectors v0.0.1
>>>> The idea for the project is to explore data structures that can handle
>>>> large vector-like constructs in a better way than just a pure vector.
>>>> Especially having boilerplate to properly make vector operations that are
>>>> fast and at the same time behave nicely with guile features that depend on
>>>> interrupts like e.g. the fibers framework. We have features like sharing,
>>>> copy on write, referencing read only structures, a good sparse story,
>>>> allowing tree compression for different sized data,and more. Bytevectors
>>>> vectors strings and bitvectors are targetted to have a supervector version
>>>> The project is found in
>>>> preliminary docs are included in the doc directory (html and a pdf)
>>>> Comments are welcome,
>>>> Happy hacking!

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