Trying to find stuff in the #Guile manual and discovered that Guile has block comment support.
#| This is a
multiline comment #|
I'll likely never use it, but it's cool.
Is there a way to convert the string:
to the list
(1 2 3)
in #Guile ?
There seems to be no primitive function or module that does this.
Particularly I like the complete list of SDL functions & whether or not they're available. It lets users know exactly where work needs to be done.
I don't think the #Guile bindings have this kind of table anywhere (there's a TODO section, but that doesn't tell us what *is* available).
I understand that the SDL-2 bindings are way more important, but I'd still like a full set of SDL 1.2 bindings, if just fort the sake of completion.
I'm planning on making a forum software package in Guile because I want to better understand how Guile can be used in a client/server sort of way.
It'll either be half-baked or totally non-existent, but it's another project I'll add to the bin.
You know, #Guile has that nice "We came up with the name first, then gave it an acronym later" vibe.
These bindings seemingly have no way to access
It's already tomorrow. I should sleep.
Since I've been struggling to understand them for quite some time now, I've written an article about Guile-OpenGL. The bindings aren't particularly challenging to figure out, but there are so few articles about them and I haven't uploaded in ages.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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