8 Oct 2000 dnm   » (Master)

Well, the Rijndael code mentioned below will have to wait, at least for now.

Spent most of Saturday playing with various XEmacs betas. I think I'm going to really like the 21.2 chain coming up, I just hope it shows up on Windows sooner rather than later and minus some particularly in-your-face bugs I had to deal with in the two betas I tried. As it turned out, I grabbed 21.1.12 source today and compiled using Visual Studio. Some small build related bugs, but nothing requiring source modifications. I'm grabbing packages as we speak (err, as I write).

Need to spend more time reading. Also, hopefully by the beginning of this week coming up, I'll know where the LispM I bought is being shipped to and can plan accordingly for my next move, which I have a feeling will be San Francisco.

Vapour now has a SourceForge presence. When I manage to get myself back to Boston, I'll tidy up the SPARC code that I've hacked so far and put it up on the CVS repository. Also have some directional documents for the project floating in my head I should formalize and publish on the list. All in due time...

R6RS and CLAS haven't attracted much attention from anyone here yet, but that's probably due to having a lack of motivating material available. Something else to focus on. I think all of these projects will be much easier for me to handle once I can aggregate all of my stuff, especially my library, in one semi-permanent spot.

raph, site suggestion: how about a <project> shortcut tag, a la <person>?

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