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I appologize for not having anything useful to say. I will admit that those here do seem to be a lot more knowlegable about this than I am (and seem to understand "scheme implementations" in general, as opposed to me primarily only understanding my own and my design choices that seem almost arbitrary...). even as such I may still gain useful info here (eg: mention of some gc teqniques, which I will more modify to suit my uses). I don't understand how everyone is imagining the details enough to have a good idea of what the implementation difficulty will be. if it can be done largely with c macros and thin wrappers then that will be acceptable, but I would have to see a more final result before I can guage whether I would be willing to implement it. not like that really matters that much, as often I think mine is too far off to really be called a scheme anyways (largely I had talked about it as a scheme though so I don't seem as ot when I try to post to comp.lang.scheme...). I had primarily wanted to state my feelings, any comments should primarily go to personal email... unless something comes up I may not post again. -- cr88192 at hotmail dot com http://sourceforge.net/projects/bgb-sys/ http://bgb-sys.sourceforge.net/