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ttn-pers-scheme 0.47 available

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: ttn-pers-scheme 0.47 available
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 16:19:43 +0200

release notes:

  forgetfulness and northern hemisphere heat...


README excerpt:

  This directory contains ttn's personal scheme library,
  a collection of Guile Scheme code and intervening text
  (-: as well as a maintenance methodology :-).

NEWS excerpt:

  - 0.47 | 2006-07-22

    - Dropped (ttn rcsutils) proc: group-files-by-rcs-state
    - Dropped (ttn cvsutils) proc: group-files-by-cvs-state

        This was announced in release 0.46 (2006-02-23).  You can
        replace these procs, both of which take list FILES, with:
          (group-logs-by 'state (map rlog FILES))
          (group-logs-by 'state (map cvslog FILES))

    - Dropped module: (ttn split-mbox)
    - Dropped module: (ttn flatten-to-buffer)
    - Dropped module: (ttn find-file)
    - Dropped module: (ttn write-buffer)
    - Dropped module: (ttn write-buffer-if-changed)
    - Dropped module: (ttn save-buffer)

        This was announced in release 0.46 (2006-02-23).  Except for the
        first one, functionality has moved to (ttn bufutils).

    - Dropped module: (ttn slice)
    - Dropped module: (ttn edit)

        This was announced in release 0.42 (2005-06-05).  You can get
        (ttn edit) functionality from module (ice-9 editing-buffer).

    - Dropped module: (ttn defvar)

        This was announced in release 0.38 (2004-12-03).

    - Bugfix: (ttn rw-vcg) procs can handle `classname' and `infoname'

        These attributes are now transformed so that the integer between
        the attribute name and the colon is made into the first element
        of the attribute value (a list).  For example:

        vcg file text:  infoname 2 : "good stuff"
        internal rep:   #:infoname (2 "good stuff")

        Previously, parsing would simply fail (with error) on such text.
        Also, reading can now handle a space between the attribute name
        and the colon.  The module still needs better testing (as well
        as a proper implementation that doesn't rely on sed(1)!).

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