>>>>> "pax!" == pax! <email@example.com> writes:
>>>>> "sperber" == Michael Sperber <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>>>> "pax" == pax! <email@example.com> writes:
sperber> ,config ,load <module-code.scm>
sperber> in the REPL or via the -lm command-line switch. Details
sperber> are in Chapter 11 of the scsh manual.
pax!> But for this case none of these are a good solution, because neither I
pax!> want to execute this interactively, nor are these test modules
pax!> executables by themselves. I need to programmatically load the configure
pax!> package definitions to define new structures in modules that aren't
pax!> executable scripts by themselves, but libraries of functions.
I'm confused. Where then *is* the "executable" code? Maybe it'd help
if you laid out more precisely how your files are organized.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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