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Re: [Scheme-reports] "include" filename resolution
Denis Washington scripsit:
> I was wondering how implementations are thought to resolve file names in
> module "include" forms: relative to the including source file or the
> current working directory? Only the former would be really useful IMO,
> but there is no mention of this concern in the draft. I know that file
> name resolution is actually out of scope for the report, but a sentence
> hinting to what is intended might be nice.
If I were an implementer, I'd do what gcc does: look in the directory
of the including file, then in a list of user-specified places, then
in a list of implementation-specified places.
> (If every implementation
> interprets this differently, "include" becomes useless.)
I don't really understand this claim.
I marvel at the creature: so secret and John Cowan
so sly as he is, to come sporting in the pool cowan@x
before our very window. Does he think that http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
Men sleep without watch all night?
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