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Re: Guile Lua

From: nalaginrut
Subject: Re: Guile Lua
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 12:50:49 +0800

On Mon, 2012-11-19 at 22:07 +0100, Ludovic Courtès wrote:
> Hi!
> nalaginrut <address@hidden> skribis:
> > I'd like to know what work should the maintainer take? As I know there's
> > some work has been done, but it didn't merge into stable-2.0. What's the
> > rest work? Does it work now? 
> I think the first task for you (congratulations! ;-)) or anyone else
> interested will be to check out the branch, build it, assess it, and
> tell us what it’s current status is.
> Then, assuming it’s in a good shape, one would have to try running
> actual Lua programs, in search of bugs.  Along the way, these bugs would
> have to be fixed, and the test suite augmented accordingly.
> Then the fine points regarding multi-language integration will have to
> be sorted out.  The manual will have to be updated.
> When all this is in place, we can consider merging the branch.  I
> wouldn’t want to merge a half-baked front-end.
> Ludo’.

@ijp: thanks for the info ;-)

@ludo: Thanks! I'll try to do it follow your steps. 
Besides, do we have the final conclusion for the multi-lang choosing
approach, say, --lang=lua/elisp or #lang lua or a script:
guile-lua/guile-elisp... whatever. IIRC, ijp raised such a topic, but it
seems no conclusion.
I ask this because there should be an easy way to test some big code
segment written in other language. 

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