I was thinking about trying to do my first Debian package, of
MIT-Scheme. I've found it to be the best scheme interpretter out
there for a person who is just beginning to learn the language, since
it's the one many of the Scheme textbooks assume you have. And, I
like its interface to the emacsen best.
When I went to ftp it, I found that they release a binary kit that
has an installer script. It worked on the first try, and I was
entering Scheme expressions in an editor window less than 5 minutes
after the download! So a package isn't *required* to run this and get
started with it.
I would be nice to have the info's installed, and a simple upgrade
path. A menu to launch `edwin`, or to `gnuclient '(run-scheme)'`
After thinking about it a while; or trying to; I realize that I
honestly don't know enough about Linux and Debian to be able to make a
package. Back to my reading, folks. :-)
Karl M. Hegbloom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Portland, OR USA
Debian GNU 1.2 Linux 2.0.29t
You tell me and we'll both know.