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Tue, 17 Feb 2009 08:32:33 -0600
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I'm working on code which uses these procedures:
Thankfully, Larceny, Ikarus, and Ypsilon all support these.
I'd like to have the code work in Chicken.
Is there any equivalent to these in Chicken?
I noticed that you do support SRFI-4. However, none of the above
implementations seem come with SRFI-4.
It looks like many implementors are converging on the 'bytevectors' api
provided by R6RS. I know I know... I don't like R6RS very much either...
But even Will Clinger who's very outspoken against parts of R6RS seems
to be OK with the bytevectors api.
So... do you think chicken can support the bytevectors api? :-)
Honestly, if SRFI-4 were widely adopted, I'd gladly use it instead of
R6RS bytevectors. In fact, wherever possible, I'm using SRFIs instead of
R6RS (for example SRFI-1 instead of R6RS quirks). But homogeneous
vectors seem to be one place where R6RS "won".
[Chicken-users] Passing blobs to glGetDoublev in (hacked) OpenGL egg, Eduardo Cavazos, 2009/02/24
- [Chicken-users] bytevectors,
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