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Re: [Chicken-users] Postscript: (Reading binary files)

From: Siegfried Gonzi
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Postscript: (Reading binary files)
Date: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 23:10:12 +0100

Sorry I tried it that -check-imports: but jonestly: I want a line number or at 
least the function where the problem occurs. I mean a 1000 line program please 
do not ask me to use Emacs for searching the hot-spot then because I only know 
some basic Emacs commands.

Hey, why is it hard for the compiler to tell me the line number?

I cannot remember how Bigloo dealt with that kind of things because it is been 
3 months ago when I last used Bigloo (I cannot install it on my Leopard). But 
not that bad I think otherwise I would like to remember.

But this is a totally different experience for me that kind with runtime 
errors. I know this from IDL.

Anyone here who has ever developed 2000 lines of Chicken code?

Btw: Cicken is also fast on micro benchmark. When doing the matrix-matrix on 
512 arrays and not 2048 though C is 2 times faster now than Chicken but still 
Chicken is blazingly fast on this.

Regards, Siegfried

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Tue, 18 Dec 2007 22:54:44 +0100
> Von: Thomas Christian Chust <address@hidden>

> Scheme variables may be defined at runtime so it is not an error for a
> symbol to be unbound at compile time. You can, however, tell the CHICKEN
> compiler to emit warnings for undefined symbols and redefined imported
> symbols using the -check-imports command line switch.
> cu,
> Thomas

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