GnuCash reports via eguile - probably not
cgdennis at btinternet.com
Wed Jan 21 11:40:30 EST 2009
Derek Atkins wrote:
> Chris Dennis <cgdennis at btinternet.com> writes:
>>> I'd encourage "you" to not add another layer of formatting or
>>> translation. Just have the template iterate over objects, call
>>> accessors and format data for rendering.
>> Can you explain exactly what you mean by that last sentence please?
> I think he means "make the template smart".
Yes, but how?
> So why can't we supply an environment?
> Instead of running eval-string directly maybe we can use something else?
> Or build an environment around it, or a thunk that we could supply?
I've boiled the problem down to this:
(define fred "This is Fred")
(define (foo bar)
(display fred) (newline) (display bar) (newline)
(display "and now via eval-string...") (newline)
(let ((string1 "(display fred) (newline) (display bar) (newline)"))
(foo "Actual parameter")
gives this output:
This is Fred
and now via eval-string...
This is Fred
ERROR: Unbound variable: bar
So the global variable 'fred' does exist in the eval-string environment,
but the parameter 'bar' doesn't (or rather its value isn't available).
Can any Guile/Scheme experts help?
Chris Dennis cgdennis at btinternet.com
Fordingbridge, Hampshire, UK
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