First of all, the clauses of a `cond-expand' outside a define-library
form is specified as containing expressions. This does not appear to be
the case: they seem to be able to contain definitions as well.
Secondly, and more gravely, it seems that the `begin' _expression_ of the
`define-library' language can contains "commands or definitions"
What is a "command"? I will assume you mean "library
declaration", as mentioned later in the section. I also assume that
`begin' can contain expressions. So, the problem: allowing `begin' to
contain library declarations appears to break the "static" intent of the
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