I looked into it some more and it appears that simple-logging is indeed present in the chicken 3 repository, but for some reason, chicken-setup claims it cannot be found. I have never seen this before, any ideas anyone?
In the meantime you might like to try qwiki with chicken 4, which is what we use for the project wiki and is therefore actively maintained.
I'm not sure. I'm very new to Chicken Scheme. All I can assert is that when I tried to use chicken-setup from a Chicken Scheme 3 instance to install an Egg (e.g. stream-parser or scheme-dissect), it fails due to a broken dependency on simple-logging.
When I reviewed the available Eggs for Scheme 3
and available Eggs for Scheme 4
, simple-logging was listed in the latter but not in the former. However, I looked at it again today while looking up the URL's and none of the Eggs for svnwiki are listed on the Scheme 4 Eggs page anymore, including simple-logging. I'm certain they were in that list several days ago.
Perhaps the removal of the svnwiki Eggs from Scheme 4 also means the simple-logging dependency has been removed from the Scheme 3 Eggs. I may try an svnwiki install again eventually.
On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Jim Ursetto <address@hidden>
If only the Chicken 4 versions added a dependency on simple-logging, why is it a problem for Chicken 3?