* define-inlinable* : a define-inlinable with lambda*-behaviour.
@ 2020-04-24 7:13 Linus Björnstam
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From: Linus Björnstam @ 2020-04-24 7:13 UTC (permalink / raw)
I just found that (ice-9 optargs) has defmacro*, which made me think about a question that has popped up on irc about once every 4 months: why isn't there a define-inlinable*?
I have a working implementation, and I want to know if there is any interest to include it in guile. Either in boot-9.scm, or as a friend of defmacro* in (ice-9 opt-args).
A straight forward simple implementation would have a regression over define-inlinable: define-inlinable does arg count validation, which is a lot less simple when you have keywords and/or optional arguments. Would this be an acceptable regression if they are implemented as two distinct macros?
If one does a proper define-inlinable*, it can be used to implement define-inlinable (since that would be the simple case for it).
What do the maintainers think?
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