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I'm trying to get the srfi-57 implementation through the Kawa implementation. One issue is the invocation of srfi-9:define-record-type always creates a primitive record type named "internal-name". This is unfortunate. The Kawa implementation of srfi-9 maps each define-record-type to a new simple Java class, with the same name as the Scheme type (after mapping Scheme names to valid Java identifiers). I could change Kawa to generate a artificial class name, perhaps making use of a sequence number, ut I really don't want to do that, it shouldn't be needed. The <record/scheme type definition> includes a <type name> and I really want to use that name to generate a Java name. I am also getting a *lot* of srfi-9:define-record-types created - 389 classes generated (at run-time rather than compile-time) for the trivial 'point' example. I'm hoping these are due to bugs in Kawa's macro expansion: So far the reference iplementation has been useful to stress-test and find bugs in Kawa's macro handling! -- --Per Bothner per@xxxxxxxxxxx http://per.bothner.com/