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Re: [Chicken-users] (use foo) versus (declare (uses foo)), csi versus cs
Re: [Chicken-users] (use foo) versus (declare (uses foo)), csi versus csc
Sun, 21 Oct 2007 14:51:07 -0500
On 10/21/07, John Cowan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Peter Bex scripsit:
> > Why is the difference between compiled and interpreted mode there?
> > The meaning of these things isn't fundamentally different between the two
> > modes, is it? Can't (declare) statements be parsed by the interpreter as
> > well?
> They are trivially parsed and ignored with a warning.
And I don't like spurious warnings. They distract me, like chronic pain.
Plus, it's so ugly that you are almost forced to use a better
alternative: include, -uses or shared libraries. ;)
Check the wiki for a thorough discussion on what 'use' does in which contexts.