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<hexology>i was looking in the guile manual and it told me to use the modules "ice-9" and "rdelim" in order to use functions like `read-line` and `eof-object?` - other than the example code at the top of the relevant manual page, is there a list of the modules that are included with guile?
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<daviid>hexology: no, but you may look in $prefix/share/guikle/3.0 (or 2.2 ...)
<daviid>other 'package modules' would 'normally' be in $prefix/share/guile/site and/or $prefix/share/guile/site/3.0
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<civodul>uh, the 'module' argument of 'module-define!' is ignored
<janneke>module-add! too
<stis>Wow, my ascii strings to utf8 to /dev/null is now 100x faster than latest guile (display str dev-null-port)
<stis>i'm using SIMD instructions. Else the speedup will maybe just be 5x-10x
<stis>this is for large strings that is
<civodul>i feel like we should release Fibers 1.1.1 with the current fixes
<civodul>that's just 4 commits, but one of them is quite important
<civodul>sneek: seen aconchillo
<dsmith-work>Wednesday Greetings, Guilers
<dsmith-work>sneek: botsnack
<dsmith-work>sneek: seen wingo?
<sneek>wingo was last seen in #guix 16 days ago, saying: managed to get v8 compiling from git in docker btw. seems to work ok.
<dsmith-work>!cycle #guile
<dsmith-work>sneek: botsnack
<stis>6X faster write of a vector of one million double's
<stis>Pushes 5M doubles/s
<stis>The max possible throughput with the printer algorithm is about 11M around 3X overhead in the scheme writer, but then i'm not using anything special for characters
<stis>Sould be able to improve this as do 30 integer divisions and we can cut it down by a factor of 2
<nckx>dsmith-work, sneek: Given any more thought to my expansion proposal? These people, they clamour for the sneek.