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Re: guilev2-work [was: LilyPond boolean syntax? \true and \false]

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: guilev2-work [was: LilyPond boolean syntax? \true and \false]
Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2016 21:40:23 +0100
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Thomas Morley <address@hidden> writes:

> 2016-01-12 0:22 GMT+01:00 David Kastrup <address@hidden>:
>> Thomas Morley <address@hidden> writes:
>>> 2016-01-11 23:14 GMT+01:00 David Kastrup <address@hidden>:
>>>>> Btw, it wasn't entirely clear to me that guilev2.x changes essential
>>>>> stuff that often.
>>>>> Exactly which guile-version are we aiming for?
>>>> The non-existing 2.0.12.  Currently, the stable-2.0 branch.  The main
>>>> challenge currently seems to be compiling LilyPond with a Guile version
>>>> that is not installed on your system.
>>> To be sure, the exercise is:
>>> (1) checkout the marked branch
>>> ~/guile (master)$ git branch -a
>>> * master
>> [...]
>>>   remotes/origin/stable-2.0
>>> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> [...]
>>> (2) Compile it
>>> (3) Build LilyPond with this guile somehow
>>> Correct?
>> It's the basis for making more tangible progress. [...]
> I've now checked out branch origin/stable-2.0, derived a local branch
> and compiled it.
> ~/guile/meta (my-stable-2.0)$ ./guile
> GNU Guile
> [...]
> Should be the version we aim at.
> Though, how to compile LilyPond with this guile-version?
> Which commands do you actually use for it?

That question is easy to answer: I never built with anything but the
Ubuntu Guile versions.  So this would appear to be of the "look at what
options "./configure --help" offers for this" kind.  And if it's silent
about that, see what kind of environment variables might be interpreted.

I mean, Gub has to do the same here: build its own library version and
use/link it.  So there must be a way.

David Kastrup

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