Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 16 Sep 2012 19:49 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Shiro Kawai 16 Sep 2012 23:45 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Alan Manuel Gloria 17 Sep 2012 00:25 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 17 Sep 2012 00:52 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 17 Sep 2012 01:17 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 17 Sep 2012 00:30 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Per Bothner 17 Sep 2012 00:39 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 17 Sep 2012 01:32 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Per Bothner 17 Sep 2012 04:37 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? John Cowan 17 Sep 2012 15:29 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Per Bothner 17 Sep 2012 16:44 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Alan Manuel Gloria 19 Sep 2012 01:35 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? David A. Wheeler 18 Sep 2012 02:45 UTC Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? Shiro Kawai 17 Sep 2012 00:42 UTC

Re: Are we done? Are other changes needed to maximize adoption? John Cowan 17 Sep 2012 15:29 UTC

```Per Bothner scripsit:

> Well, if you want to support the infix expressions people are used to,
> need to at least support multiple operators:
>   3 + 4 + 5 + 6

SRFI-105 supports this as {3 + 4 + 5 + 6}, though {3 + 4 * 5 + 6} is
not natively supported (it comes through as (nfx 3 + 4 * 5 + 6), and
it's up to the "nfx" macro, if there is one, to say what that means.

> And of couple people are used to parenthesis as grouping.

For SRFI-105 to fit nicely into Scheme, () has to work the way it works
in vanilla Scheme; the same is true with sweet-expressions.

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it will inevitably walk again.          http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
(even through brick walls!)

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