One way to think of your macro example (instead of the ->import one,
which is harder to define, i think):

Every time you use a module it's used by the compiler, and by the
emitted code.

The compiler loads the macros, the emitted code loads the non-macro

Since the clsoure is created in the compiler's runtime this is
slightly consistent ;-)

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