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WG2 Input Docket

This docket contains work items that need to be voted on for possible inclusion into R7RS-large. See WG2Dockets for other dockets.

Bidirectional hash maps:

Binary I/O helpers: procedures relevant to reading and writing low-level binary formats, such as

(see SRFI 56)

Custom I/O ports: R6RS

Default exception handler controls:

Features, allowing libraries to add:

Generators: GeneratorsGauche

Greek lambda syntax: define syntax equivalent to "lambda" whose identifier is a single Unicode U+03BB character (

Identifier-syntax: R6RS

R6RS versions of real?, rational?, integer?: these are false if the imaginary part is an inexact zero; the issue here is what to name them to avoid confusion

Immutable deques, sets, maps: ImmutableDataStructuresWortman See also the incomplete ImmutableData proposal.

Immutable pairs: ImmutablePairsCowan.

Interrupts, timers, signals:

Jiffy cleanup: Arcane Sentiment blog post

Macro expander(s) available at run time:

Maximal and minimal elements of lists and vectors:

number->string variant with control for significant digits: Vincent Manis proposal, R6RS

number->string and string->number with non-ASCII decimal digits: NumberStringUnicode

Observable objects: Java

Port type detector: see #177

R6RS compatibility: whole libraries or cherry-picked procedures:

Record external representations: SRFI 108

standard-*-port routines: R6RS

Shuffle vectors, sample their contents:

Sparse vectors and maps:

String positions and slices: R6RS formal comment

Ternary search trees:

Tree library: at least tree=? and tree-copy, probably Common Lisp SUBLIS and NSUBLIS, fold, unfold, map ...

Thread-local storage:

Unquote with multiple arguments: see #123

User-specified syntax-transformers:

Convenience package(s) for commonly desired sets of bindings: