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Re: define-module, #:export and export

From: Jean Abou Samra
Subject: Re: define-module, #:export and export
Date: Sat, 7 Jan 2023 17:24:00 +0100
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Le 06/01/2023 à 14:55, Maxime Devos a écrit :
Guile's implementation of macros is a little lax with typing,
in the sense that objects like #false and #true (but not symbols, because hygiene) can be returned too, but IIUC this is undocumented and not standard Scheme (*).

Well, that is what I thought too, but after checking, I realize that it actually is standard. See

More formally, a syntax object is:

- a pair of syntax objects,
-a vector of syntax objects,
- a nonpair, nonvector, nonsymbol value, or
- a wrapped syntax object.

I learnt something today.

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