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Re: [PATCH] Some tweaks to the R6RS support

From: Andy Wingo
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Some tweaks to the R6RS support
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 16:38:54 +0100
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Hi Andreas,

On Wed 27 Oct 2010 00:53, Andreas Rottmann <address@hidden> writes:

> * module/rnrs/base.scm (error, assert): Define -- they were missing.
>   (assertion-violation): Properly treat a #f `who' argument.
> * module/rnrs/conditions.scm (condition): Use `assertion-violation'
>   instead of the undefined `raise'.
>   (define-condition-type): Fix for multiple fields.
> * test-suite/tests/r6rs-conditions.test: Test accessors of a
>   multiple-field condition.  Also import `(rnrs base)' to allow
>   stand-alone running of the tests; apparently the `@' references
>   scattered throughout the R6RS modules make the libraries sensitive to
>   their load order -- for instance, trying to load `(rnrs conditions)'
>   before `(rnrs base)' is loaded fails.
> * module/rnrs/records/inspection.scm: Use `assertion-violation' instead
>   of an explicit `raise'.
> * module/rnrs/records/syntactic.scm (process-fields): Use
>   `syntax-violation' instead of bogus invocations of `error'.

This patch no longer applies. Apologies for the delay. Can you take a
look at which parts are still valid?



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