Clarify the paragraph below, specifically about the top level
from Vitaly Magerya on Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 4:41 AM:
| The top level of a program may also include import declarations. | In a library declaration, it is an error to import the same | identifier more than once with different bindings, or to redefine | or mutate an imported binding with define, define-syntax or set!. | However, a REPL should permit these actions. | | So, overlapping imports, redefinitions, etc. are not allowed in | library declarations, allowed in the REPL, but what about the top | level? The paragraph above should say something about top level.
See earlier conversation for more details.