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On Thu, 14 Jul 2005, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote: > I don't want case-sensitive symbols. I think we should say that > symbols may or may not be case-sensitive. > In my opinion, case-folding on symbols in a fancy-schmancy Unicode > system should fold together case and also diacriticals. This is a > common way of handling things. The canonical printed form of a symbol > would be that in which it was first encountered, or perhaps could even > be mutable. It could be done that way, I guess, provided that (eq? sym (string->symbol(symbol->string sym))) -> #t for all symbols is preserved. But honestly, I don't want to specify case-folding in a character set that makes case-folding as hairy as Unicode does. Bear