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An update has been posted to the SRFI document - unfortunately it is already a little out of date and the latest version can be read at http://www.het.brown.edu/people/andre/macros/srfi-72.html until the editor has had a chance to update the official page again. Updates are: - SYNTAX-CASE is now included in the base specification. - The macro transformer calling convention has been changed for compatibility with SYNTAX-CASE. - The mechanism for avoiding variable capture in procedural macros has been much improved and integrated with the QUASISYNTAX and SYNTAX-CASE forms. - QUASISYNTAX is fully integrated with SYNTAX-CASE. - I have changed the wording defining syntax objects to include (possibly cyclic) graphs in an attemp to address Per Bothner's concern raised in this list. The reference implementation does not handle cyclic syntac objects yet, though. Andre