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Re: math expressions (was: Re: Tail call elimination)

From: Pete Dietl
Subject: Re: math expressions (was: Re: Tail call elimination)
Date: Sun, 24 May 2020 14:09:18 -0500

> I think, as I mentioned before, that someone (I guess that's you :))
> should write up an actual proposal (maybe, for example, the start of a
> new manual section) that can be examined and commented on.  Endless
> streams of mailing list responses quickly give diminishing returns.  My
> experience is that it's much easier to come to conclusions when there
> is a concrete plan to start from.

Challenge accepted! What is the best form to choose...
maybe creating a branch of the source and adding a new manual page
there that anyone can render?

> I do want to reiterate something I mentioned initially: any effort of
> this size will require copyright assignment to the FSF / GNU project.
> Please be sure you are OK with that.  Getting that in motion earlier
> will avoid delays at the end.

Where can I find more information about this? And where do I do it?

> We can always use evaluation so you could just implement the basics
> first and get grouping via evaluation for free, then add explicit
> grouping as a next step if you want.

Yes incremental changes sound good. Would you recommend
first trying to agree on a proposal and then attempt some implementation?
Or to do these things together?

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