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Re: Release time!

From: Mark H Weaver
Subject: Re: Release time!
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2012 00:59:49 -0500
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address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès) writes:
> I think time has come for 2.0.7.  I suggest scheduling it for Week 48,

Sounds good!

Here are the items from my TODO list that I hope to do for 2.0.7:
(and if anyone else wants to do any of these, that would be great!)

* Move docs for SRFI-9 records into the "Compound Data Types" section of
  the manual, and move docs for the older structures and records into a
  "Low-level structures" section (with big warnings on top).

* Fix thread-unsafe lazy initialization of 'scm_eval_string_in_module'.
  (and search for other similar bugs).

* Deal with the LD_LIBRARY_PATH issue.

* Make sure that curly-infix is disabled when reading elisp code.

* Fix par-map and par-for-each to use all ncores, not ncores-1.

* Fix decompile-tree-il to recognize 'case' statements properly, now
  that 'eqv?' is sometimes being optimized to 'eq?'.

and maybe:

* Figure out a way to make Guildhall modules that will be overridden by
  a matching module in core guile (if it exists).  This is important for
  SRFIs.  Ian Price's Guildhall repository contains portable
  implementions of several SRFIs that might become part of core Guile in
  the future, and the core versions should take priority.


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