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Re: Benchmarks of guile-www against HB's Guile module.

From: Alejandro Forero Cuervo
Subject: Re: Benchmarks of guile-www against HB's Guile module.
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 11:54:39 -0500
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Hey.  :)

       What do you mean?  "Use hb-file instead of hbfile"?
    more something like: "*hbfile*".

So the standard  is that hb-related procedures should be  given the name
hb-XXXX and hb-related variables the name *hb-file*, right?

    (defmacro define-hb-callback (name-sym proc)           ;;; provided by hb
      (let ((name-string (symbol->string name-sym)))
        `(hb-register *hbfile* ,name-string ,proc)))
    (define-hb-callback main (lambda () ...))      ;;; user code

This idea has two improvements  over my initial implementation: not only
the user no  longer has to pass the *hbfile*  parameter explicitly but I
like the idea of letting him use a symbol instead of a string to specify
the name of his callback function.

I like this.  :)

The fact that the  *hb-file* symbol still has to be  defined is not that

Thanks.  :)


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