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Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation John Cowan (27 Apr 2020 15:38 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Marc Nieper-Wi├čkirchen (27 Apr 2020 15:54 UTC)
Scheme library namespace and library name mapping Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 16:03 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Marc Feeley (27 Apr 2020 16:38 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Peter Bex (27 Apr 2020 16:14 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 16:27 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Marc Feeley (27 Apr 2020 16:52 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 17:02 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Matthew Flatt (27 Apr 2020 17:07 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Marc Feeley (27 Apr 2020 17:14 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 17:17 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 16:15 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Marc Nieper-Wi├čkirchen (27 Apr 2020 16:25 UTC)
Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 16:35 UTC)
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Re: [gambit-list] Module system ELS20 presentation Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 19:11 UTC)
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Eiffel Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 19:43 UTC)
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Re: [gambit-list] Eiffel Lassi Kortela (27 Apr 2020 20:02 UTC)

Re: [gambit-list] Eiffel Lassi Kortela 27 Apr 2020 20:02 UTC

>> What about this? From
>> <http://se.ethz.ch/~meyer/ongoing/etl/LANGUAGE-TABLE.pdf>:
>>
> Can't tell for sure because the pdf doesn't contain anything beyond the
> table of contents, but this seems to be the right set of concepts.
>
> And from the number of pages, it may be more extensive than what I
> remember.  Maybe I had an earlier edition.  Or maybe I misremember the
> size.

LACE stands for Language for Assembly Classes in Eiffel. The files in
which it is written are called "Ace files". More links:

http://se.inf.ethz.ch/courses/2013b_fall/eprog/additional_materials/eiffel_the_essentials.pdf

https://archive.eiffel.com/doc/online/eiffel50/intro/studio/index-05.html

https://wiki.liberty-eiffel.org/index.php/ACE

https://dev.eiffel.com/ACE_to_ECF:_The_Transition_Explained
("ACE to ECF: The Transition Explained. This page addresses the
rationale behind EiffelStudio's new ECF configuration format, and
clarifies which needs were covered by the new system. ECF stands for
Eiffel Configuration File.")