Bharat Raval | 30 Jan 08:40 2007
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Re: Re: CL-INTERPOL - String interpolation for Common Lisp

 
Dear All,
 
This is Bharat Raval.
 
Can I know what is the purpose and meaning of sending the mail as under.....
 
Thanks,
 
Bharat.

Edi Weitz <edi <at> agharta.de> wrote:
 
Hi Mac,

On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 09:44:24 -0800, "Mac Chan" wrote:

> I know this go against the project name CL-INTERPOL, but I have always found myself using a quote operator where you can quote anything verbatim inside (including escape character backslash)
>
> '\' => \
>
> instead of
>
> '\\' => \
>
This way I can easily include javascripts, xml and whatnot in my program by just copy and pasting.
>
I'm thinking about adding a character q or s (stand for strict quote, no interpolation) to pecify this mode.
>
> #?q
>
> or
>
> #?s
>
> It's only couple lines of code and I already have it done.
>
> I was wondering if you mind I submit this as a patch to CL-INTERPOL so other people can make use of it and I have one less file to include in my projects (I use most of your fine bsd licensed libraries).

[Cc to mailing list.]

That's fine with me (I'd suggest "q" and not "s"), but please make sure your patch adheres to the conditions I've listed at the end of this email:

http://common-lisp.net/pipermail/tbnl-devel/2007-January/000940.html

Thanks in advance,
Edi.
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