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On Saturday 20 March 2004 04:06 am, Andre van Tonder wrote: > > - SYNTAX-DO -- I don't like this at all. It's not very descriptive > > and it clashes with the DO syntax in regular Scheme. While it may > > be a good point that it does nothing more than 'do' a computation, > > and this is also what Haskell uses, it still isn't descriptive to > > just say 'do,' and it still has the clash. > > Understood. I haven't been able to come up with a better name, though. I would suggest SYNTAX-BIND, since binding is what it does, and picking a new name for the current (internal) syntax-bind. LIkewise, I would prefer SYNTAX-QUOTE to SYNTAX-INSPECT, as I fail to see an inspector when I invoke it. I think quoting is what it does... $0.02 -KenD