> Off the top of my head, Chibi and
> Larceny are the only notable Schemes that have neither.
Since `(define/kw (foo pos1 pos2 pos3 #!key key1 key2 key3) ...)` is
supposed to produce a `foo` callable as such:
(foo pos1 pos2 pos3 :key1 val1 :key2 val2 :key3 val3)
perhaps Chibi and Larceny could use a `define/kw` expansion like this:
(define (foo pos1 pos2 pos3 . keyword-plist)
(let ((key1 (cdr (plist-assoc 'key1 keyword-plist)))
(key2 (cdr (plist-assoc 'key1 keyword-plist)))
(key3 (cdr (plist-assoc 'key1 keyword-plist))))
That means the internal calling convention for keyword lambdas is
identical to the user-friendly surface syntax, i.e. a traditional Lisp
property list (plist).