So, I imagine I can stick with syntax-rules until I run into a situation where I need something else, at which point I can either try define-macro (if I use this, do I need to explicitly gensym?) or syntax-case (though I really have no idea what this is yet) -- right?
On Apr 22, 2009 8:13am, John Cowan <address@hidden> wrote: > Jordan Cooper scripsit: > > > > > Sorry if these are silly questions... > > > > These questions are far from silly: giving accurate and complete answers > > depends also on whether you are using Chicken 3 or Chicken 4, which > > are very different in this respect. Let me know which one, and I can > > put together a reply. (I tried to write a reply that would cover both, > > but it got very complicated very fast.) > > > > -- > > No, John. I want formats that are actually John Cowan > > useful, rather than over-featured megaliths that http://www.ccil.org/~cowan > > address all questions by piling on ridiculous address@hidden > > internal links in forms which are hideously > > over-complex. --Simon St. Laurent on xml-dev >