Using Autofrisk (see Autofrisk) involves writing modules.af and adding two macro calls to configure.in. Here is an example of the latter:
Here is an adaptation of the second "GUILE_*" example (see Using Autoconf Macros) that does basically the same thing.
(files-glob "my/*.scm") (non-critical-external (database postgres)) (programs ((my gpgutils) "gpg")) ;; (my gpgutils) uses "gpg"
If the SRFI modules (see SRFI Support) were a separate package, we could
guile-tools frisk to find out its dependencies:
$ guile-tools frisk srfi/*.scm 13 files, 18 modules (13 internal, 5 external), 9 edges x (ice-9 and-let-star) regular (srfi srfi-2) x (ice-9 syncase) regular (srfi srfi-11) x (ice-9 rdelim) regular (srfi srfi-10) x (ice-9 receive) regular (srfi srfi-8) regular (srfi srfi-1) x (ice-9 session) regular (srfi srfi-1)
Then, we could use the following modules.af to help configure it:
(files-glob "srfi/*.scm") (non-critical-external ;; relatively recent (ice-9 rdelim) (ice-9 receive) (ice-9 and-let-star)) (pww-varname not_fully_supported)