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Alex Shinn scripsit:
I'm okay with this idea in the abstract, but I think that list is
> Could we have a (srfi 114 base) library that provides only the
> predicates and accessors, and possibly some subset of default
> predicates? (notably eq? is special)
*too* short. If there's to be a base library, it should contain what a
client of comparators needs: predicates (3), accessors (4), primitive
applicators (5), which are often more useful than accessors, comparison
syntax (7), comparison predicates (5), and maybe interval predicates (4)
and min/max (2). Plus eq, eqv, and equal (3), which need to be special
cased by some libraries.