|Subject:||[Chicken-users] Making eggs fit for -check-imports|
|Date:||Fri, 5 May 2006 23:42:47 +0000 (GMT)|
Hello,those of you always updating to the latest darcs version of CHICKEN may have seen that the compiler has a very cool new feature to check for possibly undefined symbols at compile time. It's one of those really useful features that saves you from typos and that I always missed in Scheme compared to more static compiled languages.
As I requested the symbol checks from Felix in the first place, I am quite enthusiastic about them, tried them out already and updated my eggs (amb, aquaterm, openssl, rpc, scgi, sqlite3, sqlite3-tinyclos) to work together with them by generating the necessary symbol export lists in their .setup files.
The eggs are available in the usual places in the subversion repository, on my homepage and on the CHICKEN homepage.
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