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> Let me mention that I like the rules for unwrapping. I am sure it was not an > easy compromise, but I think it is an elegant solution to the problems you > point out with prior approaches, and will make macros significantly less > painful to write. I appreciate your saying so. > - Just to confirm: (car (syntax (1 2))) --> an error. Yes. > - Could one write > > (define-syntax or > (lambda (x) > (syntax-case x () > [(_) #f] > ... > > instead of (syntax #f)? The definition of syntax objects > seems to allow it. Yes. > - Related, is (quote (1 2 3)) a valid output of a transformer, > as opposed to (syntax (1 2 3)). Again, the spec appears to > allow it. Yes. Of course, the resulting expression should result in a run-time exception. You might get better source-object correlation in some implementations if you use #'#f or #'(1 2 3), but whether that's true is outside the scope of the SRFI. Kent