I've downloaded and installed scsh quite easily, and with no problems. I
have had some problems with the SUnet web server which is written in
scsh, and I think that they are using the SUnet web and FTP servers for
the website, which might explain why your download wasn't working.
Anyhow, just because someone doesn't like Unix or C doesn't mean that
they have something better. It just means that they would like something
better, which is what they are working towards with scsh. If you look
carefully, scsh has a version number of 0.6.1. That implies prerelease
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Robert Morelli <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just wasted some time trying to download scsh scheme from
> www.scsh.net. First the links to downloading the source and
> the manual didn't work. Not sure what went wrong. When I
> click on them, I'm prompted for some ftp login information.
> It goes nowhere from there.
> Then I tried downloading using cvs on source forge. This
> seemed to go okay. However, the download instructions in
> INSTALL have step 1 as ./configure. But there's no configure
> in that directory.
> I noticed all kinds of stuff trashing Unix, C, C++, etc.
> on the scsh web site. Should these people be throwing stones?
> What is this?
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