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Re: guile-statprof now available as a cvs module.

From: Neil Jerram
Subject: Re: guile-statprof now available as a cvs module.
Date: 23 Jul 2001 22:18:58 +0100
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>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Browning <address@hidden> writes:

    Rob> Marius Vollmer <address@hidden> writes:
    >> I don't know why we have the extra "guile" directory in CVS,
    >> and it feels somewhat wrong to me.  Should we hoist all
    >> `submodules' up one level?  That will certainly cause a lot of
    >> hick-ups, and therefore probably isn't worth it.  For
    >> consistency, having all modules in the "guile" directory is the
    >> right thing, I'd say.  There certainly doesn't exist the notion
    >> that modules inside "guile" are more official than the ones on
    >> top-level.

    Rob> I'm confused.  I thought there was a guile CVS directory that
    Rob> contained guile-core, guile-www, etc., and I was trying to
    Rob> put my module there, alongside guile-www.  However, when I
    Rob> checked it in, and then updated my top-level checkout, I
    Rob> didn't see it.  I presumed that was because there was some
    Rob> CVS "modules" funny-business going on, but did I in fact put
    Rob> my dir in the wrong place?

As far as guile-statprof is concerned, I think that it is sufficiently
core function that it should be in guile-core.

(The general discussion about CVS module organization is still useful,


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