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Re: Results of tests of guile-2.9

From: Mikael Djurfeldt
Subject: Re: Results of tests of guile-2.9
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2018 22:38:59 +0100

That sounds great! Can you say something about how much quicker 2.9.1 is compared to 2.2?

Den sön 11 nov. 2018 21:53 skrev Stefan Israelsson Tampe <address@hidden>:

I've taken 2.9 on a ride with my active code bases, guile-log, guile-syntax-parse and python-on -guile.

Generelly it's a pleasure as always to work with guile. I can compile all code and especially the 
clpfd code in the prolog part works out nicely (A huge file that takes now 6minutes to compile
a 10MB go file).

What's was surprising was that guile-syntax-parse code is much much quicker than before. Especially the compilation of the racket match.scm file has improved quite a lot. Prolog code
compiles more quick as well which is very much appriciated. 

A few hickups.

1. compiling with O0 fails for me because guile does not translate all letrec forms down to lover level forms.

2. If you put a lambda as a syntax value and try to execute that code you get an unhelpful message down in the compiler tower, (types.scm).

Else super work and thanks!

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