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shivers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: > 5. The draft says > In the case of -srfi7 all specifications of filenames (marked by > <filename> in the syntax of SRFI 7) are strings containing Unix-style > filenames relative to the directory the script resides in. > > Err... are you *sure* you want to do that? Invariably, a relative > pathname in Unix means relative to the process' cwd. You are changing that > rule, *only* in the case of code appearing in a Scheme script. And the C pre-processor: #include "foo.h" Maybe the same logic applies. -- --Per Bothner per@xxxxxxxxxxx http://www.bothner.com/~per/