tools.reader

Feature Expressions

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  • Type: Enhancement Enhancement
  • Status: Open Open
  • Priority: Major Major
  • Resolution: Unresolved
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Description

Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

Patch: tools.reader-feature-expressions-3.diff

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Ghadi Shayban made changes -
Field Original Value New Value
Description Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clojure} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

I didn't provide a default set of *features*, but #{:clojure} isn't a bad start.
Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clojure} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

I didn't provide a default set of *features*, but #{:clojure} isn't a bad start.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.
Alex Miller made changes -
Alex Miller made changes -
Description Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clojure} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

I didn't provide a default set of *features*, but #{:clojure} isn't a bad start.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.
Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.
Alex Miller made changes -
Description Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.
Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

*Patch:* tools.reader-feature-expressions-2.diff
Nicola Mometto made changes -
Description Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through *suppress-read*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

*Patch:* tools.reader-feature-expressions-2.diff
Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through \*suppress-read\*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

*Patch:* tools.reader-feature-expressions-2.diff
Alex Miller made changes -
Description Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through \*suppress-read\*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

*Patch:* tools.reader-feature-expressions-2.diff
Feature expressions based directly on Common Lisp.

Implementation based on Roman's patch for CLJS-27. #+ #- and or not are supported. Unreadable tagged literals are suppressed through \*suppress-read\*.

For example, reading the following with features set to #{:clj} returns :baz

#+bad/platform #foo bar :baz

Initial feature names for each platform will be clj, cljs, and cljr.

CLJ-1424 is the accompanying patch for Clojure.

*Patch:* tools.reader-feature-expressions-3.diff
Attachment tools.reader-feature-expressions-3.diff [ 13192 ]

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