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<daviid>yep, 18000 commit in 5y! I 'pre-announced' here (that they would release 4.0 in 10 days - and they did :)) - - the blog image in the annoucement is ... very 'clutter like', it feels like a clutter release :):) (which is perfect, all we need is clutter :):)
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<rlb>hmm, is there a way to "rethrow" an exception caught by catch, preserving the original backtrace?
<RhodiumToad>with-throw-handler ?
<tohoyn>Debianized G-Golf has been released. See
<jmarciano>which module can process skribe markup on command line, is it skribilo?
<dsmith-work>Happy Friday, Guilers!!
<civodul>happy Friday! :-)
<dsmith-work>Vacation for me next two weeks! Woo!
<civodul>nice, enjoy!
<wingo>civodul: idea: wdyt about "load-extension" causing a module to be marked as non-declarative
<wingo>or causing a warning, perhaps
<civodul>wingo: you think extensions typically rely on being able to access the module's top-level bindings?
<civodul>i don't remember encountering issues of that sort, but i can imagine it happening
<wingo>dunno, i was thinking about reasoning about top-level bindings; if there are definitions the compiler can't see, it doesn't know if any given reference is a local definition provided by load-extension or something, or an import
<wingo>context is that i have a rewritten pass that combines macro-use-before-definition and unbound-variable analysis, adding detection for those weird (define old-+ +) (define + -) cases
<wingo>and it would be nice if it could reason more precisely
<civodul>oh nice
<civodul>i see
<civodul>yeah in a general sense, the compiler doesn't see the big picture when load-extension is used
<civodul>so it'd be safer to make modules non-declarative in that case
<mwette>extensions should convert volatile top-level bindings to fluids?
<mwette>I just upgraded to ubuntu 2.10. Packages include "guile-3.0" and "nyacc".
<mwette>(guile-3.0.4 and nyacc-1.00.2)
<rlb>RhodiumToad: ahh, thanks. I'll take a look.