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Date: Mon, 7 Jul 86 13:45:37 MDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Stanley Shebs)
For PCLS we took advantage of subsetness and totally ignored COMPILER-LET,
since nobody could figure out what it was really for or how a user could
use it in correct code.
That's a very good way to make design decisions.
It's certainly true that CLtL does not explain compiler-let well enough.
A single example would probably help a great deal.
For purposes of future manual revisions: what other features did you
totally ignore for the same reasons?