Jim Fulton wrote:
IMO, if we take this route, we should think of the notation as providing an alternate traversal operator. That is, there is syntax that either modifies or replaces "/", so of the examples above, only:
In that case, I'd be happy to consider adaptation as orthogonal to my path prefixes.
> Might as well drop the slash and go with the previous
I can easily read the star as an adaptation operator, even with multiple applications.
On IRC, Martijn Faassen suggested (brainstormed really :) '#', as in:
I like this becase # kinda looks like a special kind of slash. :)
What do people think of this?
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