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Alex Shinn scripsit: > I think it's good to have read syntax for most objects, but would > prefer to handle this more generally, e.g. SRFI-10/108. SRFI 10 by itself is okay, but its suggested `define-reader-ctor` mechanism suffers from phasing problems, as it is a run-time control of a compile-time phenomenon. SRFI 108 doesn't have that problem; the only thing against it for the large language is that it's too new. Still, three years from now (Ghu help us) that may not seem so important an issue. -- You let them out again, Old Man Willow! John Cowan What you be a-thinking of? You should not be waking! cowan@xxxxxxxx Eat earth! Dig deep! Drink water! Go to sleep! Bombadil is talking. http://ccil.org/~cowan