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Andy Bennett
Fix up misunderstandings in the .setup, .release-info and .svnwiki file The .setup and .release-info errors were preventing v0.2 from chicken-installing properly. The missing define-method paren was preventing it from showing up in the wiki and chickadee searches. We're also great at smelling pistakes that look like puns. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
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0.3
Andy Bennett
Release notes for v0.2. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
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0.2
Andy Bennett
Tidy the documentation. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
Ensure we depend on all the eggs that our generated code requires, except http-client We don't specify the egg that provides call-with-input-request. This causes the variable to remain free and therefore it binds to whatever the user has in their environment. This allows them to choose between the call-with-input-request in the oauth and http-client eggs. This patch includes a few examples of how this works. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
Support the header-reader Provide a way for the caller to extract information from the headers returned in the response to their API call. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
People want to know where the source is: tell them. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
Core units are not supposed to be listed as Requirements. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
Wiki documentation A quick write-up of what we can do so far. Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
Andy Bennett
A Chicken Scheme egg release-info file ...as specified at http://wiki.call-cc.org/releasing-your-egg Signed-off-by: Andy Bennett <andyjpb@knodium.com>
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0.1
Andy Bennett
Tools for generating wrappers to REST-like HTTP APIs 'define-method' generates scheme procedures that call the underlying HTTP API with the parameters given. The user can specify required arguments that are included in the path of the URL as well as optional keyword arguments that are included in the query string. The user can also specify procedures for writing the body of the HTTP request, reading the body of the response and reading the headers …