Re: one hundred twenty days Arthur A. Gleckler 07 Jan 2016 00:31 UTC
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: | SRFI 125 has three issues left: bounds, salt, and the implementation. | | For bounds, it's just a question of how to expose the | default bounds: a variable (simplest), a procedure | (possibly slow) or syntax (fast but awkward). I'll think | on that one. | | For salt, I think I'll go with allowing salt to be passed | to a hash function, requiring it to be a negative exact | integer, and not explaining why. This affects SRFI-128 | hash functions too. | | The implementation by Will Clinger isn't up to date, but | it's just a matter of whacking on it until it is. | Unfortunately, with so many irons in the fire I don't have | time to do that, and I doubt if Will does either. Can we | let it go through anyway, and hope to make the changes | later? Thanks for the status summary. That's great. As for the reference implementation, it really isn't optional. If you can get a final draft out for discussion with the changes you mentioned above, I'm happy to have the SRFI sit in draft status for a while until you, Will, or a volunteer gets around to bringing it up to date.