Subject: Re: Quotation und macro eval order (was: Re: Dynamic unquote ( , )?)
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 04:46:59 -0600
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
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Joerg Hoehle  <> wrote:
| (Rob Warnock) writes:
| > The practical result is that you *can* define macros in Scheme which
| > "implicitly quasiquote" their arguments, and you *can't* do that in CL
| > [at least, not in the ANSI standard or any implementation I've tested].
| Well, thanks to Kaz Kylheku's efforts a few years ago, the backquote
| implementation of CLISP was changed.  The internals are now documented
| and useable, like in Scheme.


| IMHO, a solution path would be to standardizse using a different
| package than COMMON-LISP, not in USE-PACKAGE, so conflicts would not
| be accidental with user code.

I think that would be fine, as long that other package were also
standardized along with the names. And as far as I'm concerned,
would be fine.


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