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Re: [ANN] Guile SRFI-146 0.1.0 released (purely functional data structur

From: Linus Björnstam
Subject: Re: [ANN] Guile SRFI-146 0.1.0 released (purely functional data structures)
Date: Sat, 13 Aug 2022 13:00:42 +0200
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I remember that Amirouche tried to port this to guile and didn't pass all the 
SRFI test when using call/ec. He also used my make-coroutine-generator that 
used delimited continuations.

If you have the time to try it out, many operations could probably gain some 
Speed by using a coroutine-generator like this:
 (where %tag and the generator-end object are replaced to make it compatible 
with srfi-128 and self-contained).

  Linus Björnstam

On Mon, 8 Aug 2022, at 10:38, pukkamustard wrote:
> Hello Guilers,
> I'm pleased to announce Guile SRFI-146 0.1.0:
> Guile SRFI 146 provides bindings to SRFI 146 (Mappings). SRFI 146
> provides two purely functional mapping data structures: One that uses an
> ordering of keys and another that uses a hash on keys. The
> implementations use red-black trees and hash array mapped tries (HAMT).
> The library re-uses the SRFI sample implementation with some minor Guile
> specific fixes and optimiztions. The SRFI test suite has also been
> ported.
> The package has been submitted to Guix so you should be able to start
> some purely functional hacking very soon
> (
> Bug reports, fixes and patches are very welcome.
> Best regards,
> pukkamustard

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