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Getting and installing the gnudl prototype

Gnudl should run nicely on any platform where guile compiles. I do development on linux, IRIX 5.3 and SunOS 4.1.4.

You can obtain gnudl from the anonymous ftp site nis-ftp.lanl.gov:pub/users/rosalia

But you must first install guile, available from ftp.cygnus.com:pub/lord

Gnudl version proto2.4 compiles with the guile-iii snapshot, but you should take a look at Mark Galassi's notes on learning libguile since it describes how to solve some problems that come up when installing guile-iii.

Users in the NIS division computers in Los Alamos can make a directory for gnudl using the NIS division CVS repository:

setenv CVSROOT /n/projects/cvs

(or export CVSROOT=/n/projects/cvs for bash users).

and then just type cvs checkout gnudl/proto4


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