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Re: Should an enclosing let keep the compiler from handling define-modul
Re: Should an enclosing let keep the compiler from handling define-module?
Mon, 05 Aug 2019 20:31:06 -0500
Mark H Weaver <address@hidden> writes:
> It seems misguided to try to use Scheme code to temporarily switch the
> current language to Scheme. Doesn't this approach presuppose that
> Scheme is already the current language?
Or one that's "sufficiently similar".
I think in part I was originally confused because I didn't understand
say --language very well (or what changing the language actually
affected), and in the end I realized (I think) that it's a fairly blunt
instrument with fairly broad effects, and so I reworked what I was doing
to never explicitly change the current language, i.e. to rely on compile
#:from #:to and load-compiled-file, etc.
So if this doesn't seem like any real issue as far as Guile is concerned
right now, feel free to disregard.
And thanks for the response.
rlb @defaultvalue.org and @debian.org
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