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Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk <qrczak@xxxxxxxxxx> writes: > Thomas Bushnell BSG <tb@xxxxxxxxxx> writes: > >> (with-ieee-floating-point ...) can just be syntactic sugar for a >> specification of whatever options is the right set. > > Let's make this the default, so users know what to expect, > and introduce options for hypothetical other interpretations. This is at this point a dishonest argument of yours. Users *will* know what to expect, in fact, it will be *easier* for them to know that because the declaration will be right there in front of their eyes. I can see no plausible reason for rejecting this strategy except that you want exactly what you want, with no room for disagreement or alteration at all. Thomas