Am 13.02.2014 09:50, schrieb Alan Manuel Gloria:
> I'm kinda sorta vaguely planning on a Scheme implementation which has
> STM at its core (basically, all non-transactional mutations are
> implicitly considered to be inside tiny transactions containing only
> that mutation).

Have you seen ?

Your idea reminds me so much to our reasoning.  Just because our 
transactional memory was known to be horribly slow, we decided to have 
two complementary Scheme-alike languages: one without any side effects 
(no effects to be handled in STM, zero overhead) and one sub-language 
having only the effects.  ((Though to distinguish them we chose to 
express the latter in "long-wielded-s-expressions" a.k.a. "XML".))

I'm pretty interested in your plans and progess.  Please keep me posted.


>    If ever, it will of course have SRFI-105 by default
> and SRFI-110 on #!sweet.

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