[plt-scheme] Re: case-sensitive reader by default

From: Bruce Butterfield (bab at entricom.com)
Date: Wed Apr 28 16:07:23 EDT 2004

Bradd W. Szonye wrote:
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> Pedro Pinto wrote:
>>I vote yes.
>>Many foreign libraries are written in case sensitive languages/platforms 
>>(.NET, C). Interfacing with these usually forces some crude mangling in 
>>order to preserve identifier case differences.  It would be nice not to 
>>have to worry about this.
> Isn't it sufficient to use the |Identifier Quoting| form?
Ick. That throws me to the case-sensitive camp.

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