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Re: :export vs. define-public

From: Eric E Moore
Subject: Re: :export vs. define-public
Date: Thu, 05 Sep 2002 18:54:53 +0100
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Rob Browning <address@hidden> writes:

> Eric E Moore <address@hidden> writes:
> Actually, I tend to like (export foo) better, but either way I agree,
> :export and (export foo) make it possible to have a common source file
> that you share between different scheme implementations.  

I like (export foo) better too.  Just the original thread was
:export vs define-public.  Since :export and (export) serve similar
purposes, I'd be happy to see one of the two go, but would like to see
at least one kept.

Eric E. Moore

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