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ttn-pers-scheme 0.28 available

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: ttn-pers-scheme 0.28 available
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 16:14:36 -0800

some new stuff.  tarball et al in dir:

NEWS excerpt follows.


- VERSION 0.28 (released 2001/12/17)

  - (ttn ftw) benchmark now uses "/etc" instead of "/"

        / can be humongous, /etc is big enough anyway.
        (Actually, /etc isn't very deep, maybe /usr is better.)

  - Changes to (ttn html-data)

    - New procs: `name', `dl', `dll'

        These are <A NAME="x"></A> and <DL>...</DL> (last one takes a
        single list, similar to `ul' and `ull').

    - `copyright-since' arg can now be either string or number

  - New procs in (ttn spewutils)

        (update-all-pages! source-page pages)
        (update-all-html-data-pages! pages)

        SOURCE-PAGE is proc that is mapped over PAGES, a list of
        filenames.  The latter proc calls the former w/ the standard
        filename transformer: FOO.html -> FOO.html-data.

  - Timestamp type conversion in (ttn pgtype) more restricted

        When converting the PostgreSQL "timestamp" type to Scheme, the
        value is now an integer, the number of second since epoch.  This
        loses for times before the epoch, so this restriction may be
        (re-)lifted in the future.

  - New module: (ttn display-table)

        This module exports `display-table', which has been moved out of
        (ttn pgtable), although it is still available there for now.
        `display-table' now also takes optional arg STYLE, which is a
        symbol, one of:
           space                fat-space
           h-only               fat-h-only
           no-v                 fat-no-v
        If omitted, the default is to use "-", "|" and "+" for the
        horizontal, vertical and intersection decorations, respectively.

  - `pgtable-manager' in (ttn pgtable) now supports alists

        The table manager now also supports `table->alists' and
        `tuples-result->alists'.  In both cases, the return value is a
        list of alists, with each alist corresponding to a tuple in the
        table (keys are column names).

  - Benchmarking results updated

        The release process now (again) updates files tea-1.0 and
        tea-0.2 -- dev machine specs follow:
          Linux 2.2.19pre17 (gcc version i686 unknown
          Detected 199434 kHz processor.
          Calibrating delay loop... 398.13 BogoMIPS
          Memory: 29784k/32768k available
          (1744k kernel code, 412k reserved, 672k data, 156k init)
          Dentry hash table entries: 4096 (order 3, 32k)
          Buffer cache hash table entries: 32768 (order 5, 128k)
          Page cache hash table entries: 8192 (order 3, 32k)


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