> The "cork" thing is something that helps constructing scope information by 
> referencing the parent tag. You write something like:

> parent_tag = makeTag(...);
> chlid_tag = makeTag(parent_tag, ...);

> and arbitrary nesting of these and it automatically generates scope for you 
> (you also have to statically specify scope separator before). Don't ask me 
> why it's called cork though ;-).

So thinking about it, that means it still only handles named scopes (ie those 
that have parent tags), still not lexical scopes ie { to }?  If so it still 
seems a lot of code.

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