Re: Is there an index of symbols defined by the various SRFI's? Ciprian Dorin Craciun 26 Mar 2018 21:37 UTC
So I gave it a quick try... The **initial** proposed syntax: https://github.com/cipriancraciun/scheme-srfi-index/blob/master/syntax.txt The **initial** and **partial** description of a few SRFI-1 functions just to get a feeling of this proposed syntax: https://github.com/cipriancraciun/scheme-srfi-index/blob/master/srfi-1.ss All this is based on what I gathered is the "usual" format for the various SRFI's I've read. Moreover it is based on what I've already done in one of my projects (a work-in-progress Scheme interpreter written in Rust). Now for self-critique: the proposed syntax might seem to be quite "verbose", but please regard this as the "raw" form of the proposed data format (what SQL is for databases), because (leveraging Scheme's syntax and especially Racket DSL support) we can build more simpler abstractions that "build" this "raw" format. Feedback is welcome to see in which direction to take this proposal. Thanks, Ciprian.