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I suppose at the very least we can say something like "if a scheme system supports both SRFI-110 and the syntax-case related #`, #', #,, and #,@ reader syntaxes, then the reader SHOULD treat those syntaxes as abbreviations in the same manner as ` ' , and ,@". On 3/26/13, John Cowan <cowan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > David A. Wheeler scripsit: > >> I disagree. Many Scheme systems do not implement [#' and friends] or >> implement some of these with very different semantics. For example, >> the many Schemes that implement SRFI-10 do something completely >> different with "#,". They've also been abandoned in R7RS. > > Ahem. They have *not* been abandoned in R7RS. They have been excluded > from the *small* language of R7RS. If syntax-case becomes part of > R7RS-large (and I'm betting it will: it lost a preliminary ballot by > one vote, and one of the non-voters says he'll vote this time), then > its lexical syntax will return. SRFI-10, on the other hand, is very > very unlikely to become part of R7RS (says the guy who's in control of > the agenda, unless the members vote to override me on this one). > > Sorry for being stroppy, but I take this R7RS business seriously. > > -- > John Cowan http://ccil.org/~cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx > SAXParserFactory [is] a hideous, evil monstrosity of a class that should > be hung, shot, beheaded, drawn and quartered, burned at the stake, > buried in unconsecrated ground, dug up, cremated, and the ashes tossed > in the Tiber while the complete cast of Wicked sings "Ding dong, the > witch is dead." --Elliotte Rusty Harold on xml-dev > >