[R6RS] How SRFI 35 enables communication protocols via conditions
Thu Jun 9 02:44:08 EDT 2005
"Manuel Serrano" <Manuel.Serrano at sophia.inria.fr> writes:
>> >> If you mean that a condition type should correspond to a record type,
>> > Yes. That's exactly what I meant.
>> I see---could you provide a rationale?
> I will try to do that...
> 1- We are planning to add aggregate types in Scheme, i.e. records.
> 2- Up to now, the only place, in the R6Rs, where we might use aggregate
> types is for modeling exceptions (or conditions if you prefer).
R5RS already has aggregate types in the forms of pairs, vectors, and
procedures. What mechanism a Scheme system uses for representing
conditions should be an implementation issue, not a specification
Cheers =8-} Mike
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