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Re: [Chicken-users] let-values fix.

From: felix winkelmann
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] let-values fix.
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 18:54:30 +0100

On 11/13/05, Reed Sheridan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> Chicken's implementation of let-values doesn't comply with srfi-11 -
> it should allow values to be bound to all three forms of lambda list
> as specified in R5RS: (var...), var, and (var ... . var-n), but it
> only allows the first form.  There is an (ugly) patch attached that
> fixes this problem, and I've commited a fix (the reference
> implementation) to syntax-case's version of let-values to the svn
> repository.


> I'll sure that define-values, let*-values, etc, also have this
> problem, but I don't have a fix right now.
> Another thing:  Is there a way to turn off or reduce the new
> call-chain debugging information display?  It's ok with define-macro,
> but with syntax case I was getting 64K characters of information for
> giving a let-values a malformed argument, which is excessive.

You might want to check the current development version (2.210),
which limits the output of the source-code in the call chain and allows
you to set the length of the call-chain via a runtime-parameter (-:aXXX).


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