[r6rs-discuss] Case sensitivity
bh at eecs.berkeley.edu
Mon Feb 23 20:08:06 EST 2009
> I _don't_ particularly like the use of #!case-fold for this reason, as
> it's too dynamic. I don't see any reason why it's a good idea to
> change this in the middle of a file. I much prefer to the model of
> "attributes" for the entire file.
Changing in the middle isn't what I want to do. I want to change first
thing, but have the change, which was specified in a particular (startup)
file, persist after we're done reading that file, into the REPL and into
(non-library) files loaded from the REPL.
Of course if you make Non-Cartesian the default then you don't have to
humor me in this. :-)
I agree that one should /also/ be able to do the file-attribute thing
that you want.
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