Just a lurker passing by:
Personally I'm much less excited about things like pip or node.js packages.
While I get their appeal often times you end up with quite a nonses like
node.js left-pad issue of year or so ago. In my eyes it promotes a kinda of
"shatered into milion pieces" situation. I'm much more keen on how things are
in C land - go get stuff yourself :). Which somewhat prevents "dependacny
On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 09:02:57AM +0100, Jakob Eriksson wrote:
> And I would be interested in working on a package or module system similar to
> "pip" for Python.
> I must confess that most discussions about namespaces etc on this list is way
> over my head... however could I be on the right track if I were to assume
> that using "local" in such modules would be a good start, so as to only
> export deliberately exposed symbols from a package?
> > 24 feb. 2017 kl. 08:45 skrev Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>:
> > Hi Erik,
> > thanks for the long post!
> > Just in short:
> >> 'Learn PicoLisp the Hard Way'
> > I totally agree. This would be a great project, I'm ready to join.
> > Same for Stack Overflow support.
> >> And let's make sure said landing page is served over HTTPS. It's 2017.
> > Yes, yes, I know ;) In fact, it is on my todo list since half a year.
> > I want to use Let's Encrypt, as I already do on another server. However, the
> > picolisp.com server is currently a mix of Wheezy, Jessie and Stretch, and
> > whatever I tried to get the certbot running resulted in a storm of Python
> > package mismatch error messages. No way .. I gave up, and decided to wait
> > until
> > Debian Stretch is stable and thus available from my provider.
> > ♪♫ Alex
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