[plt-scheme] Re: FrTime niggle

From: ifconfig (nslookupifconfig at hotmail.com)
Date: Wed May 19 07:04:33 EDT 2004

Even if it used lambda, the srfi would use mzscheme's lambda, like all
modules that start with (module xxx mzscheme ...). I think the problem is
that FrTime's data does not support integer?.

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> > The srfi is a module that uses the language mzscheme. And it requires
> (lib
> > "etc.ss" "mzlib"), so it has opt-lambda defined.
> Not what I meant: my guess was that FrTime replaces lambda with a
> modified implementation to implement its chronic semantics, but
> doesn't do the analogous thing for opt-lambda.
> John

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