|Subject:||Re: [Chicken-users] [ANN] SRFI-99 record types for CHICKEN|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Sep 2011 08:31:02 +0200|
the ordering of syntax patterns in the definition of define-record-constructor is wrong, so the case with only a constructor name gets selected instead of that with an argument list :-/
I will fix this, of course.
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08.09.2011 07:47 schrieb am "John Cowan" <address@hidden>:
Thomas Chust scripsit:
Ah. I forgot to say I was talking about the syntactic module.
> that's strange, I can't reproduce the problem here, everything looks
> fine in this respect (note...
Try (make-record-type foo (make-foo a b) foo? (a foo-a) (b foo-b)),
and then invoke (make-foo 1 2).
Ah, I didn't know that worked. It's not part of SRFI-99, but it's a good
> You can always do that by explicitly specifying the uid, for example
> like this:
> I'm not sure this warrants a specialized macro.
> Sounds like a really good idea! The implementation will have to
> wait for a few days, though, wh...
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