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> > That was me, actually. I've become a little... I dunno...
> > disenchanted with Guile. Improving UCBLogo is also a lot more
> > straight-forward, since the language is largely implemented and
> > there's not a lot of changes that need to be done, just an addition
> > of new primitives.
> could you explain the disenchantment? perhaps that will help others
> cope with (or altogether avoid) it if they look into the situation.
I spent a lot of effort on translation at least in part because it
seemed like the Guile project really wanted that to happen -- it
seemed like a good, useful project that fit my interests and there
was lots of stuff about it on the Guile web page and elsewhere. But
when it came to the time when I needed help, nobody seemed
interested or committed to the idea. It was frustrating, because I
really didn't have the ability to bring my stuff the last step to
maturity even though I had brought it right up to the brink.
Ian Bicking <email@example.com>