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Some more comments:
- I am unable to figure out what this means from the context:
"... and the marks match if the marks recorded
with the substitution are the same as those that
appear below, i.e., were applied before the substitution in the wrap."
- Does the SRFI specify how the bound identifiers in macro-generated
DEFINEs are treated? Some current implementations make them
secret, others not. This is one of Oleg's "dark unspecified corners".
- I'm not sure how the following is supposed to be treated:
(define else #f)
(case 0 (else (write "oops")))
Will it lead to a syntax error the same way as:
(let ([else #f])
(case 0 [else (write "oops")]))
- Erratum: In the following, the last occurrence of "datum" shold be
"It returns a syntax object representation of datum that contains the same
contextual information as template-id, with the
effect that the syntax object behaves as if it were introduced into the code
when datum was introduced."