On Sat, 2013-01-12 at 11:48 +0900, Alex Shinn wrote:Okay, I was holding off until now, but now I think I gotta say that this
> Rather, it's a type of low-level macro that looks at symbol names, and
> how we could potentially do the same thing with high-level macros.
has already been done and has existed in an usable state for a long time
now in Chez Scheme and probably elsewhere that uses the `syntax-case'
In particular, Chez extends 'syntax-rules' to allow for a guard clause
which allows one to unhygienically match against a literal if so
[(_ plus) (eq? '+ (syntax->datum #'plus)) #t]
[(_ else) #f]))
This will give true only in the case where we have (match-my-plus +) and
it will not return true for something like (let () (alias blah +)
I fail to see what the problem is here.
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