In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Rolf-Thomas Happe <email@example.com> wrote:
>Antti Karttunen writes:
>> However, I'm not sure in which version of scsh it works? (and where
>> is that available?), as I found this ominous note at the end of
>> "Oh well ... portable system -- this doesn't necessarily mean that the
>> old code runs in the current scsh just like so."
>> (Doesn't sound terribly professional...)
>Professional work requires professional resources, I guess.
Yes, but remembering/mentioning even the version number of scsh
where it last ran would be nice.
>> So, is there any newer port of the system (that runs with the current
>> scsh-0.6.1) or public ports to any other Scheme-systems?
>Google points to this partial answer:
Whoever updates http://www.scsh.net/resources/fps.html
seems to react swiftly to the discussion here at comp.lang.scheme.scsh,
as now the beginning of http://www.scsh.net/resources/fps.html
version 1.0 of the package and a
to load FPS into scsh version 0.5.3 or later.
but still the URL of the "patch" points to the whole package...
Anyways, I downloaded it, and at least the first triangle
demonstration produced an all-right postscript file.
Thanks guys! I'll try to manage without text for a while,
before the patch for fonts (hopefully) is inserted into a
newer version of package, or made otherwise available,
although I guess it's the same one as mentioned in the URL you gave:
BTW, what is the policy regarding the older versions of scsh?
I have now implemented a production system for our
company with it, and it's not nice if one day nobody
can find version 0.6.1 anywhere.