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Sigh. My comment is still "This is a Bad Idea." My recommendation is still "Withdraw it and don't resubmit anything similar ever."
I think an indentation-senative syntax for *Scheme* might be useful. I.e. a new programming language that uses the same data-types and names as Scheme, and where programs can be easily translated into Scheme. However, this proposal is both too little, and too much. It's an indentation-sensitive syntax for *S-Expressions*. That's not really interesting, because the resulting syntax isn't much if any improvement over Scheme. I think you *do* need to add more "syntax" if this is to be useful. That is quite a larger project. -- --Per Bothner per@xxxxxxxxxxx http://per.bothner.com/