[R6RS] Table proposal
Sun Apr 24 04:54:14 EDT 2005
Marc Feeley <feeley at iro.umontreal.ca> writes:
> A feature of Emacs Lisp not supported by this proposal is the
> key-and-value weakness. This type of weakness means that a key/value
> binding can only be removed by the system when the key **and** the
> value are only reachable from the roots through weak references. I
> don't think this case is particularly useful (none of the packages
> distributed with Emacs uses this type of weakness).
I agree key-and-value weakness is not worthwhile. Can you cite an
example where value weakness is useful?
Cheers =8-} Mike
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