Subject: Re: Re: About ''"CooL": low-level macros considered useful
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 10 Apr 2001 11:05:36 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme
Message-ID: <9aupe0$8o434$>
<> wrote:
| Personally, I'd like to see
|  (b) A command-line flag, a pragma declaration, a parameter or some
| other switch to make every compiler or interpreter preserve the case
| of identifiers, in lookups and i/o. Case-sensitivity does not have to
| be the default behavior -- a mere option suffices. Given the
| gentleman's agreement above, setting the case-sensitivity option will
| not break the existing code. A command-line flag will be nearly
| ideal. A pragma similar to MzScheme's 'parameter' will work too...

My apologies for not mentioning it in my previous article about
MzScheme's "read-case-sensitive" parameter, but MzScheme *also*
provides a command-line option "-g" [also "--case-sens"] to set
the default parameter value to #t. (Happy?)


Rob Warnock, 31-2-510
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