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<nalaginrut>morning guilers~
<bipt>taylanub, yes, it'll be rebased on the official emacs git repo. it shouldn't be any harder than an emacs update normally is
<Chaos`Eternal>helo guilers
<ArneBab>nalaginrut: moin
<ArneBab>here’s the new SRFI version:
<nalaginrut>ArneBab: I think it's cool now ;-P
<ArneBab>yay! Thanks for your review!
<nalaginrut>no problem ;-)
<civodul>Hello Guilers!
<artyom-poptsov>Hello civodul
<ArneBab>moin civodul
<civodul>it's Friday!
<nalaginrut>yeah, fry day
<civodul>sneek: later tell wingo thanks for (system vm elf)! ->
<sneek>Got it.
<ArneBab>here’s a quite interesting read:
<ArneBab>though one thing it argues for are generic functions, as in GOOP
<rekado>does anyone here know how to use ggspec to test *internal* functions or inspect internal values in a module?
<rekado>I use primitive-load-path in the REPL to access internal values, but that doesn't seem to work inside a ggspec test suite.
<davexunit>good morning, #guile
<davexunit>rekado: I didn't even know ggspec existed until just now
<davexunit>guile, as of version 2.0.11, includes the SRFI-64 testing library.
*davexunit takes yet another approach towards writing a scene graph
<taylanub>SRFI-64 needs a test suite for itself -- the reference implementation has bugs :D
<jmd>Are .go files platform independent?
<taylanub>jmd: not AFAIK
<rekado>sneek: later tell davexunit thanks for mentioning SRFI-64; will take a look.
<rekado>sneek: botsnack
<jmd>What does this error mean: ice-9/boot-9.scm:106:20: In procedure make_objcode_from_file: bad header on object file: "GOOF----LE-4-2.0"
<Sleep_Walker>is guile self-documenting as elisp in emacs?
<Sleep_Walker>if yes, how?
<civodul>Sleep_Walker: yes it is
<civodul>at the REPL, you can try: ,apropos list
<civodul>and then, say: ,help append
<civodul>,describe append
<civodul>if you use Geiser, it has much better support for all that
<Sleep_Walker>it is actually the first command which worked
<Sleep_Walker>I started to think that it is debugger level only
<Sleep_Walker>civodul: right now I can't, I'm in initrd ;b
<civodul>heheh, isn't it fun to learn about Scheme on a computer than hasn't really booted yet? :-)
<Sleep_Walker>it indeed is :)
<Sleep_Walker>I hope I make it running during the weekend to show colleagues in SUSE that time for Guix is now already :)
<civodul>would be fun
<civodul>but then let's hope they don't fire you ;-)
<Sleep_Walker>no worries, after migrating to Emacs OS is Guix next logical step