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Re: bug in syncase

From: Lynn Winebarger
Subject: Re: bug in syncase
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 04:29:36 -0500

On Thursday 14 November 2002 23:10, Clinton Ebadi wrote:
> On Thursday 14 November 2002 06:59, Dirk Herrmann wrote:
> > the separation of memoization and execution is going forward.  However,
> > there is one thing that I cannot solve by myself (or at least, which would
> > take me too long).  Guile now does not accept the following any more:
> >
> > guile> define
> > ERROR: In procedure expression:
> > ERROR: Misplaced syntactic keyword
> > ABORT: (misc-error)
> That shouldn't be a bug. In every other scheme system that is a perfectly 
> valid statement since there are no "magic" operators in Scheme. I don't see 
> the advantage of making it impossible to do things like this. Guile should be 
> fixed, not syncase.

   Nonsense.  Here's the response in Petite Chez Scheme:
> define

Error: invalid syntax define.
Type (debug) to enter the debugger.

   What scheme systems are you refering to?


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