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Re: Adding to guile curly-infix (SRFI 105), neoteric- & sweet-expression

From: nalaginrut
Subject: Re: Adding to guile curly-infix (SRFI 105), neoteric- & sweet-expressions
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2012 10:11:20 +0800

hi Wheeler!
I ever port the sweet-expression as a language module for Guile, and I
have such an honor to say it's based on your work. 
There're still some bugs I need to face. But it works fine already.

Anyway, I'd like to see it becomes SRFIs. I've proposed it to be one of
official language module since there's multi-language feature in
And it's more convenient to do that if we make sweet-expression the

On Sun, 2012-08-26 at 13:02 -0400, David A. Wheeler wrote: 
> All:
> I'd really like feedback on proposed new SRFIs, and I'd like to help get 
> these SRFIs implemented in guile.
> Background: The "readable" group has developed and refined 3 new reader 
> abbreviations for Scheme: curly-infix-, neoteric-, and sweet-expressions.  
> Each builds on the previous one; details are here:
> We plan to submit all three abbreviations as three separate SRFIs.   The 
> first one, curly-infix-expressions, is new draft SRFI 105, and we'd 
> ESPECIALLY like comments on that:
> The whole point of a SRFI is to get it *implemented*, so if you have a 
> comment (such as a *problem* with them or getting any of them implemented in 
> guile), please let us know!!  The best way to comment is the mailing lists 
> (for the SRFIs or via, so that everyone can discuss 
> and address them.
> Also, I'd be happy to help get these implemented as part of guile.  We have a 
> current implementation that builds on *top* of guile (by completely 
> re-implementing the reader), but it'd far better to have these built-in.
> Thanks for your time!
> --- David A. Wheeler

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