Am Freitag, 28. November 2014, 08:38:26 schrieb David A. Wheeler:
> Perhaps more interestingly, I would expect this:
> foo bar
>   aaa bbb ccc
>   . ddd eee fff
>   ggg hhh
> =>
> (foo bar (aaa bbb ccc) ddd eee fff (ggg hhh))

Yepp, that’s how wisp would transform that. It’s the core reason for
the existence of the leading-period rule: Making most kinds of general
tree/list-of-list structures look similar.

I know that that’s not the best description of its effect, but I don’t
find a better description right now… I hope you understand what I mean

Best wishes,
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sie alle zu finden,
in Spiele zu leiten
und sacht zu verbinden.

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