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> From: Richard Kelsey <kelsey@xxxxxxx> > Constant objects aren't the issue. They are if you consider implementations that use read barriers to update object references. x = #t; y = scheme_call (....); if (x == y) ...; x may have a pointer to the #t object that needs updating, while y has it's current address. They are EQ? but not ==. Once again, either pika or jni/minor style interfaces evade this issue. > Kawa [boolean? is a test for instance of Boolean class] Kawa > uses Java's == for EQ?, so it isn't what I am looking for > (there can be only one instance of #T, #F, and ()). Are you sure? Does JNI use C's == to implement Java's ==? It didn't sound like it would from jimb's description. -t