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<daviid>tohoyn: yes, str1ngs is right,it has to be >= 3.0.7
<daviid>str1ngs: tx for the answer ...
<daviid>stis: great to count you among g-golf users, anything ... ping me ... or pinghere, others may help as well, there a few users here ...
<stis>david, thanks, good to know
*daviid is working to improve GI renaming so things lands in g-golf as they shoud ... i.e. g-list-model-get-item,not g-list-model-get-object, g-log-set-handler not g-log-set-handler-full ... about to nearly push a patch, finalizing...
<stis>yey, just released stis-engine 0.1
<stis>I'm quite happy with the programmer interface now.
<tohoyn>New debianized version of G-Golf has been released, see
<tohoyn>it is built for Guile 3.0
<rlb>dsmith: I'm all in favor of more standardized regular expressions (not "whatever the platform does"). In lokke I just unconditionally depended on pcre... I didn't know about irregex. I wonder if there would there be perf concerns on non-jit architectures.
<apteryx>dsmith-work thanks for the hintsights (re regexp in Guile)
<apteryx>so something has been relaxed in the glibc to accept [0-9A-f] as a character range recently.
<tohoyn>New version Theme-D-Golf 0.9.5 has been released. It has been built for Guile 3.0. See
<dsmith-work>Hey Hi Howdy, Guilers
<stis>Hej guilers!
<dsmith-work>stis: Hej hej
<ArneBab>do you have an example of creating simple co-routines with call-withs-prompt? I’m currently writing websocket handling and I would like to run an output producer and only step back to the websocket handling when I need input.
<ArneBab>Basically I want to create a soft-port that triggers parsing websocket input when I read from it
***sneek_ is now known as sneek
<ArneBab>(this is the long form for “help, I know what I want, but I don’t know what I’m doing” :-)
<leoprikler>ArneBab I think you might want to set your co-routine up so that it takes the prompt as argument
<leoprikler>then you can (abort-to-prompt prompt) on one side and on the other you can capture the continuation, set up the prompt again and continue whenever
<leoprikler>though perhaps you might want to use SRFI 158 if you want to go fancier (don't know if a Guile implementation of that one exists, though)
<mwette>ArneBab: look at run-scheduler in scheduler.scm in fibers