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(2012/10/11 23:51), Shiro Kawai wrote: > More importantly, when you try to debug other person's > code and stumbled on some unfamiliar flag in the dark corner > of socket interface---say, some socket opions or socket ioctl > calls---it's quick to search manpage and web it when you can > deduce the original name. With special naming, you search that > name, find out the original name, and search the original name > again; this two more steps is very stressful when you have > to troubleshoot by the deadline, for the new name doesn't bring > benefit but just being an obstacle. I agree with your point but this can not be resolved by using the same as or consistent names with well known names since R6RS has rename import and export and R7RS will have the same mechanism. Even though redefinition can be done by any time, I think it might be better to stick with the original (well known names) at least in this SRFI. -- _/_/ Takashi Kato E-mail: ktakashi@xxxxxxxxx