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David A. Wheeler scripsit: > > In particular, the abbreviations #', #`, #, and #,@ > > are widely used by the syntax-case macro system. > > A fair point. I didn't include them as requirements because > R7RS drafts (currently draft 9) don't include them, but > some sort of discussion does seem appropriate. They ought to be included. Not only does R6RS require them, but many non-R6RS Schemes also provide syntax-case, often in the form of the portable syntax expander. However, Gauche, Chicken, STklos, and RScheme provide SRFI-10, which conflicts with the syntax-case meaning of #,. None of my other Schemes have any conflicts: they either implement syntax-case or treat #, as an error. > Perhaps something like "An implementation MAY support > additional abbreviations, such as ..." and then listing those four. Plausible. -- De plichten van een docent zijn divers, John Cowan die van het gehoor ook. cowan@xxxxxxxx --Edsger Dijkstra http://www.ccil.org/~cowan