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Re: Project scheme-python

From: Zelphir Kaltstahl
Subject: Re: Project scheme-python
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2020 08:50:42 +0200
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Hi Stefan!

Can you explain a little more how it is used?

If I understand correctly, one could write Scheme code, but with forms,
which implement (by themselves or in some combination) Python keywords
or Python semantics. You mentioned, that it does not have a Python
compiler. So there is no way of translating Python into the Scheme code
for those modules. Basically that is a different concern, separation of
concerns, modularization, better maintainability, etc.?

Do you have an example project, where this separated code is used in?


On 12.09.20 19:59, Stefan Israelsson Tampe wrote:
> Hi,
> I am the author of python-on-guile and I just took out the scheme
> infrastructure for python and put it is a self contained project of not too
> large size. It does not have a python compiler and cannot use python code.
> So scheme only.
> You can find the project at
> docs for the interfaces is mostly documented at,


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