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I think it's important to have *some* marker that clearly indicates "start accepting sweet-expressions". The proposal uses #!sweet, in analogy to #!fold-case and #!no-fold-case. Jos Koot has checked out Racket's documentation and sees no conflict in Racket. Racket's docs (quoting Jos Koot) say: > #! is an alias for #lang followed by a space when #! is followed by > alphanumeric ASCII, +, -, or _. Use of this alias is discouraged except as > needed to construct programs that conform to certain grammars, such as that > of R6RS [Sperber07]. We can certainly pick another marker or approach if an alternative is better. Is there an alternative proposal? Or is this reasonable enough? --- David A. Wheeler