[CM] sndlib and extension languages

R. Bastian rbastian at free.fr
Mon Mar 22 04:20:57 PDT 2010

On Mon, 22 Mar 2010 03:50:49 -0700
"Bill Schottstaedt" <bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU> scribit:

> I don't have any plans to add python as an extension
> language, but it's certainly a possibility.  I started
> a port about 10 years ago, and still have the macros,
> but they are probably obsolete.  
> The "xen" name collision is unfortunate, but as far as
> I know, I was using it first.  When I was casting about 
> for a name, I google'd "xen" (actually this might have
> preceded google -- I can't remember now how we searched
> the net in the good old days), and did not find anyone
> else using it.

is a 'xen-i' from apricot on which i wrote midi-music in Pascal
(ca 1986-87)

>  It's hard to find a name that is 
> goggl-able and doesn't already have a bazillion 
> takers -- even "CLM" which is apparently a well-known 
> acronym for "Career Limiting Move" (example, punch the 
> boss on the nose) -- I kind of like that collision.
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René Bastian

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