On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 03:23:34PM +0100, Lionel Elie Mamane wrote:
> I am not a Debian developer right now. This means that I have to rely
> on sponsors to upload packages to Debian. Two bottlenecks instead of
> one :-)
Understood (neither am I). You have a long road ahead. I work with
someone that is 99% there, so if you run into trouble ask me about
> Hmm... That's exactly the situation with C on some Unices. And tools,
> like pkg-config or libtool have been developed to address this.
> (exact that the many -l lines are at link time, not at load-time)
> > This would get out of control fast if Scheme48 was popular enough to
> > have many developers contributing independent libraries.
> Not that much: Again, these lines could be generated
> automatically. Oh yes, you would run into limits of size of
> command-lines and #! lines. :-(
Right, all on one line! But now you have a very good idea -- a tool to
help integrate across independent libraries. Sunterlib does something
like this for itself at Make time, but why not a tool that does this
across separately distributed libraries?
> Are all (or most of) the files I mentioned part of Scheme48?
I think you had better download the source and check it out.