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[Scheme-reports] auxiliary syntax

I see that the report decided that the `_', `else', `...', etc auxiliary
syntaxes are to be bound in (scheme base).  That's probably a good
thing.  Good job.  I guess they'd be bound like:

  (define-syntax else (syntax-rules ())

Does that definition need to go in the report, along with the definition
of `cond' et al?

I do suspect that people that aren't used to bound auxiliary syntax will
find it a bit odd.


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