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Re: [Scheme-reports] *TELUS Detected Spam*Re: [r6rs-discuss] returning back to pattern matching
Vincent Manis scripsit:
> If I were an implementor, I would try very hard to use the reference
> implementation for such things, on the grounds that (a) doing so
> would avoid my introducing bugs in writing my own code, and (b) if
> the result has poor performance or is unreliable, that exposes bugs
> or deficiencies in my implementation.
As I noted already, Chibi provides SRFI 1 as an importable module,
but doesn't use the reference implementation, probably because it's too
large and thus not consonant with Chibi's goals.
> It seems to me that there are two kinds of documents here. The WG2
> document(s) will comprise a normative standard, while there might be
> an additional document that describes the WG2 Scheme Library. This
> would include not only the implementation, but also appropriate test
Both WG1 and WG2 are supposed to provide such artifacts, though no one
has stepped up to the plate to do so.
A rose by any other name John Cowan
may smell as sweet, http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
but if you called it an onion cowan@x
you'd get cooks very confused. --RMS
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