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Michael Montague scripsit: > I don't think that these are strong arguments for having > 'valid-sre?'. An implementation for which compiling is expensive, > could easily internally do the "is it valid"-type check before > compiling. Having it in the interface adds no functionality that is > not already easily available. It tells the compiler only to syntax-check and not go on to actually compile. This is a very common feature in compilers: for example, in gcc the -fsyntax-only option activates this mode. Sometimes all you want to know at present is whether something is syntactically valid. -- "Repeat this until 'update-mounts -v' shows no updates. John Cowan You may well have to log in to particular machines, hunt down cowan@xxxxxxxx people who still have processes running, and kill them."