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== WG2 Consent Docket ==
The following items will be approved without a formal vote unless someone objects, in which case they will be moved to another docket. See [wiki:WG2Dockets WG2Dockets] for other dockets.
Note: "Prefix stripping" means that prefixes such as `fx`, `fl`, or `bitwise-` are removed from identifiers exported by this package. That way, users can add back their own prefixes using the facilities of `import`.
Assertions: There's a ticket to add `assert` to R7RS-small. If not, add it here.
Bitwise: The R6RS `arithmetic bitwise` library with prefix stripping.
Explicit renaming macros: Uses the `er-macro-transformer` keyword (bare lambdas are unsupported). Three arguments are provided to transformers: `form rename compare`.
Fixnum arithmetic: The R6RS `arithmetic fixnum` library with prefix stripping.
Format combinators: Alex Shinn's [http://synthcode.com/scheme/fmt/ fmt library], with prefix stripping and a touch of renaming. The C formatting library is excluded.
Pretty-printer: see Format combinators
Generalized getters and setters: [http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-17/srfi-17.html SRFI 17].
Getopt/args-fold: [http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-37/srfi-37.html SRFI 37].
Regex (S-exps and strings): Alex Shinn's [http://synthcode.com/scheme/irregex/ irregex library], with prefix stripping and a touch of renaming. Specify full PCRE compatibility even though the irregex implementation doesn't support all of it.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-1/srfi-1.html SRFI 1], list library: As written, but excluding `cons`, `pair?`, `null?`, `car`, `cdr`, their combinations, `set-car!`, `set-cdr!`, `list`, `append`, `reverse`, `length`, `list-ref` (assuming ticket #308 passes), `map` (assuming ticket #309 passes), `for-each` (assuming ticket #309 passes), `memq`, `memv`, `member`, `assq`, `assv`, `assoc`, which are all in the `(scheme base)` library. ''Specification bug in SRFI 1: `any`, `every`, and `list-index` should omit the words "and returning a boolean result".''
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-2/srfi-2.html SRFI 2], `and-let*` macro: As written.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-13/srfi-13.html SRFI 13], string library: As written, but excluding `string?`, `make-string`, `string`, `list->string`, `string-length`, `string-ref`, `string-set!`, `string-append`, which are all in the `(scheme base)` library. The procedures `string->list`, `string-copy`, `string-fill!` are also in `(scheme base)`, but are reimplemented here to accept optional ''start'' and ''end'' arguments.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-14/srfi-14.html SRFI 14], character set library: As written.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-31/srfi-31.html SRFI 31], `rec` macro: As written.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-41/srfi-41.html SRFI 31], `(streams primitive)` and `(streams derived)` libraries: As written.
[http://http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-43/srfi-43.html SRFI 43], vector library: As written, but excluding `make-vector`, `vector`, `vector-copy` (assuming ticket #310 ''does not'' pass), `vector?`, `vector-ref`, `vector-length`, `vector-set!`, `list->vector`, which are all in the `(scheme base)` library. The procedures `vector-copy` (assuming ticket #310 ''does'' pass), `vector->list`, `vector-fill!` are also in `(scheme base)`, but are reimplemented here to accept optional ''start'' and ''end'' arguments.
SRFI 38, circular list read/write support: Already in WG1, so no package.
When/unless: Already in WG1, so no package.