I also checked, and #' #` #, #,@ are all R6RS-standard abbreviations,
for (syntax ..) (quasisyntax ...) (unsyntax ...) and
(unsyntax-splicing ...).  Guile 2.0 defines those to be the same as in


On Guile 1.6 and 1.8, #' seems to be something completely different.
Here are stuff:

guile> (effective-version)
guile> '#'sym

guile> (effective-version)
guile> '#'sym

scheme@(guile-user)> (effective-version)
$1 = "2.0"
scheme@(guile-user)> '#'sym
$2 = (syntax sym)

So I think it'll be a bit difficult for me to implement #' in the
Guile layer.... digging through the Guile reference for 1.6 and 1.8 is
difficult and I can't find any reference to #' yet - Google also has
difficulty understanding #', sigh.

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