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Re: [Chicken-users] There are (module)s and there are (declare (unit s))
Re: [Chicken-users] There are (module)s and there are (declare (unit s))...
Thu, 10 Dec 2009 21:17:54 -0500
Stephen Eilert scripsit:
> So far, I am using a combination of modules and includes.
IMHO, units are effectively obsolete unless you are dealing with such
large volumes of code that Chicken/gcc can't compile them in one go.
It's worth noting that the manual talks in terms of units, but all of
them except "library", "eval", and "extras" correspond 1-1 with modules.
(Some are in separate libraries, some aren't.) Those three units contain
the definitions for the "scheme" and "chicken" modules.
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