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CMOD-PLAY 4.1 available

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: CMOD-PLAY 4.1 available
Date: Wed, 04 Nov 2020 21:32:45 -0500

release notes:

  Yes, we're playing w/ compilation of .scm to .go now!

README excerpt:

  CMOD-PLAY provides a skeleton for making compiled modules
  available to Guile Scheme programs, usable across multiple
  versions of Guile.  The included modules do not do anything
  particularly useful; the point is to demonstrate technique.

  CMOD-PLAY code is released under the GNU GPL v3+; the Texinfo
  manual is released under GFDL 1.3.

NEWS for 4.1 (2020-11-04):

  - distribution now .tar.lz

    If you have GNU tar, you can use "tar xf" and it will DTRT.
    If not, you can use "lzip -dc TARBALL | tar xf -" to unpack
    the .tar.lz.

  - support for .scm to .go compilation

    The distribution includes a simple module ‘(z x)’ that is (given
    a Guile version that supports such stuff) compiled, installed,
    validated, and validated post-install.  Of particular note is
    the technique used to ensure installed .go file timestamps are
    "greater than or equal to" their corresponding .scm file.

    The manual documents these additions.

  - sofix is optimistic under systems other than ‘linux-gnu’

    Basically, this means "make install" now will by default remove
    the symlinks and .la files, no matter the system.  Previously,
    it did this only for ‘linux-gnu’ systems.

    You can customize this at "make install" time by specifying

  - bootstrap/maintenance tools


     automake (GNU automake) 1.16.2
     autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.69d
     libtool (GNU libtool) 2.4.6
     guile-baux-tool (Guile-BAUX) 20201103.0950.1ffc5aa
     Guile 2.0.13

    as before:


tarball et al in dir:

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