Guile

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Apr 11 10:53:41 PDT 2005


Bruce Dubbs wrote these words on 04/11/05 12:23 CST:
>>Randy McMurchy wrote these words on 04/11/05 10:35 CST:
>>
>>>I would like to move the Guile instructions to what I feel is a
>>>more proper category, the "Programming" section.
>>
> Since there is a command interpreter, I agree.  I'm not familiar with guile 
> or scheme, but a program that interprets commands belongs in the 
> programming section just as Python does.
> 
> BTW, PHP belongs in the programming section too.  If we did perl instead of 
> LFS doing it, it would go there too.

Guile has been moved to Chapter 12. As far as PHP goes, check this
out. :-)

excerpt from:
http://linuxfromscratch.org/pipermail/blfs-dev/2004-June/006401.html

> <Personal Opinion>
> First of all, I'm not sure why the chapter is called "Web
> Serving". Might "General purpose servers" or something along
> those lines be more appropriate?
> 
> There's three packages in this section. One is a web server,
> another is a general purpose scripting language (granted, 
> used primarily for web development, but still, it's a
> scripting language) and lastly, an FTP server.
> 
> How are the last two lumped into "Web Serving"?
> 
> I think PHP should be moved to the "Programming" section,
> ProFTPD moved to "Other server software" and the current
> "Web Serving" section reserved for Apache and the various
> modules which can added to Apache
> [snip]
> </Personal Opinion>

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Randy

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