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Re: Wisp as shipped language in Guile?

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: Wisp as shipped language in Guile?
Date: Sun, 07 May 2017 21:34:31 -0500
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Arne Babenhauserheide writes:

> Hi,
> A few weeks ago I asked in IRC whether wisp[1] could be included with
> Guile in modules/language/wisp to allow every guile users to run wisp
> code from any Guile installation via
>     $ guile --language=wisp [<file>]
> Essentially this is about making wisp as language part of the
> "batteries" of Guile. I think it currently is at a point in its
> development where that’s useful, because wisp itself shouldn’t need
> major changes (and hopefully not many minor ones either, since it only
> transforms its syntax to Scheme and then lets the compiler tower take
> over).
> I got the answer that a viable path would be to add a wip-wisp branch in
> savannah. What would be required for that? Basics I know are:
> - copyright assignment (who can get me the papers to sign?)
> - access to — should I get push
>   access or rather send patches here?
> Did I miss something?
> Best wishes,
> Arne
> [1]:

+1 to wisp in Guile proper :)

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