Andreas Rottmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> I'm currently not so much into SUnet and scsh, but what's the point in
>> porting SUnet from scsh to Scheme48 and at the same time breaking
>> backwards compatibility?
The plan is to implement backwards compatibility for the scsh 0 series
once the smoke has cleared (but before any official release). But the
new "native" scsh series 1 API will indeed have incompatibilities with
series 0---there are many things we'd like to do better than in the
>> I am not sure if I understand you correctly:
>> when people want to add something to SUnet, will they have to write
>> one version for scsh and one version for Scheme48?
> If I understood Mike Sperber correctly, he has this steps in mind:
> 1) Clean up the network API in scsh
> 2) Rebuild that API on s48 - on that point scsh and s48 have
> compatible network interfaces
> 3) Port SUnet to the new network API
> I would be glad if he could comment that this is really what he has in
> mind, or correct me, since I'm not sure.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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