Re: capitalization convention feels non-Scheme-y John Cowan 29 Jul 2015 17:04 UTC
Per Bothner scripsit: > No other Scheme standard or SRFI (that I can think of) follows this capitalization > convention. It shouldn't matter whether Interval is a class or a builtin type: > The names should be "interval", "internal?", "interval-dimensions", etc. Strong +1. It's especially weird to have Array and Fixed-array rather than Fixed-Array. I'll have more comments on names later. -- John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan firstname.lastname@example.org It was dreary and wearisome. Cold clammy winter still held sway in this forsaken country. The only green was the scum of livid weed on the dark greasy surfaces of the sullen waters. Dead grasses and rotting reeds loomed up in the mists like ragged shadows of long-forgotten summers. --LOTR, "The Passage of the Marshes"