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Re: GH. Again.

From: Marius Vollmer
Subject: Re: GH. Again.
Date: 19 Jun 2001 01:24:15 +0200
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Neil Jerram <address@hidden> writes:

> What I meant was that we should back out new functional additions.  On
> analysis, this in fact amounts to just one ChangeLog entry:
>       * gh.h (gh_init_guile, gh_make_string, gh_string_length,
>       gh_string_ref, gh_string_set_x, gh_substring, gh_string_append):
>       New.
> All of these are just #defines for the corresponding scm_ name.

Yeah, I think we could remove this.  It's a recent change, and even
the one that triggered the current discussion, if I remember right.

Ok, so the important thing is to put some big letters into the
Reference Manual that will keep new users from putting too much faith
into the GH interface, but I don't think we can keep them off it
completely until we have a suitable replacement, which isn't something
for 1.6.0.

I'll try to put the plan so far into intelligible words, and add it to
the Manual, without changing anything else, ok?

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