[CM] Cannot generate libc_s7.c

Iain Duncan iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Thu Jun 25 13:50:34 PDT 2020

Hi Christos, I'm doing similar work: building audio and music tools
embedding Scheme, and I've been really happy so far with S7. I used it for
Scheme For Max, my open source Max external embedding the interpreter. I
wasn't going to say anything yet because it's not 100% confirmed, but it's
looking very much like I'll be starting a Masters in Music Tech here in
Victoria with Andrew Schloss, and my work with  S7 and Max/MSP will be the
core project, so I will certainly be contributing to public documentation
around S7 as part of that, and will be happy to do whatever is helpful to
Bill in terms of project docs and repos.


On Wed, Jun 24, 2020 at 2:31 PM Christos Vagias <chris.actondev at gmail.com>

> About github organizations, there seems to be the https://github.com/ccrma
> .
> Now, personally I haven't ever used svn, but I think moving to git would
> be helpful for organization
> (issues, collaborations, discussions etc). It doesn't have to be github
> (if anyone has strong feelings about microsoft),
> there exists other solutions like gitlab etc.
> A tip to Bil, in case there interest in checking out git, that thing
> exists: "git-svn - Bidirectional operation between a Subversion repository
> and Git"
> https://git-scm.com/docs/git-svn
> Again, I'm new to s7 but I wanted to build audio tools with embedding
> scheme, and after a long search (and almost choosing chez) I discovered s7
> :)
> That's why I'm interested to the organization/documentation part, because
> projects that lack in these tend to disappear in the long run (and that
> would be a shame)
> I would be also happy to help if I can in any way, such as git setup,
> continuous integration (about tests) etc.
> On Wed, 24 Jun 2020 at 19:26, <bil at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Thanks very much Ian and Woody for the offers of help.
>> The changelogs are very telegraphic -- more to remind
>> me of when I did something than make any sense to anyone
>> else.  I'll start trying to conjure up something more
>> informative than "bugs".  I don't know anything about
>> github or its organizations.  I am very grateful for
>> the github s7 site you've set up.
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