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Shiro Kawai scripsit: > Thanks for an interesting srfi. I prefer xml-style, for (1) starting > with # makes it stand out more as an extended syntax, and (2) for > something like srfi-109 we can refer to the existing XML standard when > it's useful (e.g. entity reference). I strongly prefer XML-style with braces. This use of braces will not conflict with SRFI-105, nor will it conflict with the existing uses of brackets as alternative parens. (In Chicken, braces are also alternative parens, unfortunately, but that can be changed.) > There's one thing that confused me, though. (Maybe because of the > arrangement of the document). I haven't properly reviewed this paper yet, but I'm guessing it will need some editorial reorganization as well. More later. -- I could dance with you till the cows John Cowan come home. On second thought, I'd http://www.ccil.org/~cowan rather dance with the cows when you cowan@xxxxxxxx come home. --Rufus T. Firefly