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Re: Adding to the end of the load path

From: Bruce Korb
Subject: Re: Adding to the end of the load path
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 10:06:55 -0800
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On 11/15/12 16:10, Noah Lavine wrote:
> Given that the module-lookup system is fundamentally complicated, I'm going to
> suggest that we *don't* try to make it all configurable by environment 
> variables.
> If people want full control of lookups, they can write a site-wide Guile init
> file or a personal ~/.guile. The regular load-path would still be part of the
> system, and that would be configurable by an environment variable, so legacy
> setups would continue to work. However, I'd be happy saying that if you wanted
> to access all of the functionality, you need to write Scheme code. Let's start
> by adding Scheme interfaces to the functionality we want, and maybe not worry
> about environment variables if they're complicated.
> What do you think?

Yes!!  With that, can the LD_LIBRARY_PATH be freed from fiddling?

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