At Mon, 4 Apr 2016 22:00:24 +0900, Masahiko Sawada <sawada.m...@gmail.com>
wrote in <cad21aodoq1uby4kkkhra9jzavxekwat7gv5pqjbs+wj98b9...@mail.gmail.com>
> > For this case, the tree members of SyncRepConfig are '2[Sby1,',
> > 'Sby2', "Sby3]'. This syntax is valid for the current
> > specification but will surely get different meaning by the future
> > changes. We should refuse this known-to-be-wrong-in-future syntax
> > from now.
> I couldn't get your point but why will the above syntax meaning be
> different from current meaning by future change?
> I thought that another method uses another kind of parentheses.
If the 'another kind of parehtheses' is a pair of brackets, an
application_name 'tokyo[A]', for example, is currently allowed to
occur unquoted in the list but will become disallowed by the
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