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Sun, 18 Jun 2006 15:07:49 +0200
Actually when I look all symbols defined by guile when a program
starts, I found there is too much functions defined.
> $ guile
> Display all 1900 possibilities? (y or n)
Isn't that too much ?
I used to program in Lua where there is few basic functions loaded when
a program starts. I know what each function does, and I like it. Maybe
it is also because I am concerned about sandboxes and potentially
So, is there someway to limit this number but keep the possibility to
load others functions ?
Maybe i should use many undefines in my ~/.guile file. But this may
cause others problems if I use my programms without this initialisation
script. Any thoughts about that ?
I also like the object-oriented way to call functions/methods, that is
the functions are not defined globally but related to an object. For
example, I think about :
((myobject 'mymethod) parameters ...)
I prefer that to
(myclass-mymethod myobject parameters ...)
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