On Thu, Jul 11, 2019 at 3:16 PM <xxxxxx@ancell-ent.com> wrote:

Given that Scheme 48 is 5 years moldering,

Five years is definitely not "moldering" for a Scheme.  As far as I am concerned, it is only moldering if it can't be built in either 32-bit or 64-bit mode, or fails simple tests like <https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ashinn/chibi-scheme/master/tests/r5rs-tests.scm> (and note that there are a few Schemes that only claim conformance to R4RS or lower).
and scsh 0.6.7 is utterly broken, 13 years moldering, and per the website 32 bit only....

I agree that the 0.6.7 implementation isn't worth bothering with, whereas the 0.6.7 docs are (because they are in effect the only docs).
I don't personally want to put a lot of effort into the gratuitously changed, messed up, sloppily modified but at least it builds and largely works even on a 64 bit machine 0.7, but this is further pushing the bounds of a working implementation as required for the SRFI process.  Too much?

That is absolutely a SRFI Editor question, not for me.  This is the first time I've written an inherently non-portable SRFI, and I don't know where Arthur will set the boundaries.

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