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Taylor Campbell <campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> writes: > Although I do think that there can be good reasons for needing > security, the oversimplified opacity flag is no actual provision for > security. There are many issues here, but I will say this for now: the opacity model in the SRFI is not intended to provide any kind of security feature. The Rationale section states this quite clearly. [Off-topic: If you look at the reference implementation, you'll see that the mechanism for providing opacity---"opaque cells"---is more general than the opacity in records, and is powerful enough to implement a security policy.] -- Cheers =8-} Mike Friede, Völkerverständigung und überhaupt blabla