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>>>>> "David" == David Rush <kumo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes: David> I just don't see how forcing them all to use a single name in 'exec' David> space will help anything. I'd prefer to look at 'scheme-script' as a David> meta-name, because frankly, none of R5RS, SRFI-0, or SRFI-7 provides David> enough functionality to do significant scripting. I disagree with that from practical experience. Moreover, SRFI 7 gives you conditional access to the rest. The "single name" (several in the next revision) is a central aspect of the SRFI, I'd say. David> Perhaps the *logical* conclusion is that this SRFI is misguided, but I David> don't really think so. The standardization of command-line args and David> invocation conventions would greatly ease the mental burden of writing David> scripts for *any* implementation (since *every* implementation must David> address those issues). I would just like to see the door left open for David> utilizing multiple implementations. Sure. The SRFI doesn't preclude this at all. A Scheme implementation might very well say: "We provide a special executable called "scheme-pro-xl" which supports waffled gadgets and giffled widgets with the command-line syntax specified in SRFI 22." -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla