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.

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