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Re: New assoc-let package

From: Artur Malabarba
Subject: Re: New assoc-let package
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2014 20:28:29 +0000

And of course I forgot to attach.
Artur Malabarba

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University of Bristol, UK
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2014-12-05 20:27 GMT+00:00 Artur Malabarba <address@hidden>:
> On 5 Dec 2014 00:45, "Ted Zlatanov" <address@hidden> wrote:
>> >> Should it maybe use `lexical-let'?
>> AM> Maybe. Do you foresee it behaving unexpectedly in a file with dynamic
>> AM> scope?
>> If you want to support older Emacsen, it's probably better. But it's up
>> to you, and I don't know exactly what your code does.
>> >> I hope it can go into the core so it's available by default.
>> AM> On the other hand, making it a package makes it a reliable dependency
>> AM> available since 24.1
>> To me, a package seems overkill for a single useful macro, but I haven't
>> seen the source so perhaps there's more to it. There was no URL in your
>> post and I don't see an assoc-let package in any of the ELPA repos I
>> know.
> Yes, when I sent that email I hadn't yet factored it out from the other
> project where it was born.
> I've attached the file now. There isn't much more to it, it's really quite
> simple.
>> Anyhow, it's your code, please publish it however you wish.
> Of course, but all feedback is welcome.
> I'll be pushing this once I've written a test or two for it.
> Cheers

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