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Re: Defining quasisyntax in terms of syntax-case

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On Fri, 30 Jun 2006, David Feuer wrote:

Does it work correctly with (... ...), etc.?

Yes, if the native SYNTAX does.  Quasisyntax does not even see
ellipses, but simply expands to a SYNTAX expression that does.
For example, it expands

  (quasisyntax (,a ... (... ...)))

   ==> (with-syntax ((t a))
          (syntax (t ... (... ...))))

so ellipses are handled by SYNTAX.