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Keeping the version in filenames Göran Weinholt (01 Oct 2009 16:29 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Abdulaziz Ghuloum (02 Oct 2009 05:53 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Göran Weinholt (02 Oct 2009 12:59 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Derick Eddington (02 Oct 2009 16:22 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Abdulaziz Ghuloum (02 Oct 2009 17:24 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Derick Eddington (02 Oct 2009 20:13 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Abdulaziz Ghuloum (02 Oct 2009 16:51 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Derick Eddington (02 Oct 2009 20:25 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Derick Eddington (02 Oct 2009 13:06 UTC)
Re: Keeping the version in filenames Abdulaziz Ghuloum (02 Oct 2009 16:26 UTC)
Bye-bye versioning Derick Eddington (02 Oct 2009 19:56 UTC)

Keeping the version in filenames Göran Weinholt 01 Oct 2009 15:59 UTC
Hello Schemers,

I'm wondering what my workflow will look like if I want to write
libraries that work with SRFI-103. Since I have versions in all my
library forms, it seems like I'd have to rename my files whenever I
change a version number. I would need to write a save-hook or it would
get boring pretty fast. I suspect that I'd also need to abandon the
YYYYMMDD part of my version numbers, or I'd end up with quite a lot of
files.

So is the idea that I would be keeping versioned filenames in my bazaar
repository, or would they be renamed to include a version by a package
manager?

Also, SCHEME_LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS is rather long. How about SLSPATH?

Regards,

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