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Re: Please how to use the Scheme debugger?

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Please how to use the Scheme debugger?
Date: Wed, 28 May 2014 12:12:27 +0200
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Please _never_ silently take the list off your recipients (always use
"Reply to All").  It wastes the time of people who then find they
replied only to you when writing a response intended for the list.

What was intended to be a simple helpful reply taking 1 minute instead
takes a double-take, duplicate messages, messed-up threading and easily
a five-fold increase in effort.

David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> mark damerell <address@hidden> writes:
>> thank you for your reply, I will try.
>> I will probably also revert to Guile 1.8
> LilyPond is compiled with 1.8 anyway and Ubuntu will have its run-time
> installed.  There is no particular reason not to have Guile-2.0
> installed by default.  It can even be installed in parallel with the
> Guile-1.8 interpreter, making "guile" call Guile-2.0 and "guile-1.8"
> install Guile-1.8.
> You cannot install more than one _development_ library, though.

David Kastrup

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