[plt-scheme] Continuation marks question

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Sat May 12 14:04:24 EDT 2007

Are you doing this by rewriting the code to insert continuation marks
that tell you what each bit of the current continuation is? (If so,
you can just do the same for uses of with-continuation-marks, no?)


On 5/12/07, Jay McCarthy <jay.mccarthy at gmail.com> wrote:
> (Really a message to Matthew, but to the list for posterity.)
> Is it possible to a get a function with continuation-marks-set->list
> that does not require me to know the keys in the set?
> There are a few ways I can get around it if not. I can keep track of
> all the keys I see in the expanded program, but that won't do for
> marks put in my called modules. I might be able to work with just
> exposing the parameterization key.
> In a sense this is a bad idea, because I don't know the key for a
> reason. If that's the answer, then I would at-least say that the
> parameterization key should be available.
> Jay
> ps What I am doing is serializing continuations... my current
> implementation loses the continuation-marks, which manifests by users
> not being able to use parameters, which I think are very useful on the
> web.
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