Takashi Kato scripsit:
> - make-vector-comparator contains ']]' but no '[['. Seems not needed.
> - In description of comparator-if<=>, <object1 doesn't have >
> - comparator-if<=> doesn't say the comparison is done for given
> <object1> and <object2>.
> it is rather obvious in which order should be done but might be
> helpful to specify it.
> - Test case contains fake-hash-salt but no definition.
> - Should hash functions signal an error if given obj type does not
> match the type of function?
It can do that but is not required to.
> e.g. (boolean-hash 'a) ;; -> ?
It can return an exact integer or a random Scheme object, signal an
error, wipe your hard disk, or make demons fly out of your nose.
> - Should comparator-register-default! affect comparators already
> returned by make-default-comparator?
Again, it can do that but is not required to.
> - Default comparator of comparator-if<=>. Should comparator-if<=>
> evaluate (make-default-comparator) each time or it can be the same
It can be the same or different.
> - I'm implementing this SRFI atop SRFI-114 and it seems test case requires
> comparator-ordering-predicate to return the procedure passed to
> Is this required by the SRFI?
No. I have commented out those tests.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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