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Re: [Scheme-reports] Standard Feature Identifiers are too low-level

Marc Feeley scripsit:

> The ARM is definitely not dead, and probably the architecture with
> the largest market currently.

Middle-endian doubles, who knew?  Gag me with a fork.

> Which lower-level software and how can I interface to them given that
> there's no FFI in R7RS-small?

R7RS-small does not *prevent* an implementation from supporting an FFI,
obviously.  There will not be an FFI in R7RS-large as things currently
stand; however, my bytevector library proposal provides BE, LE, and
native versions of most numeric types.

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What we must, muddily must, muddily must, muddily must; 
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