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Maciej Stachowiak <email@example.com> writes: > I notice that map-in-order from boot-9.scm has recently been replaced > with serial-map in evalext.c. I've previously suggested to Olin > Shivers that he add map-in-order to his list library SRFI, and he has > done so in a recent draft. Should I suggest to him that he change the > name, or should the guile version be renamed back? (I think > compatability with list-lib is a good goal for non RnRS Guile list > procedures). > > I slightly prefer the name `map-in-order' because it is more precise; > `serial-map' implies (to me at least) only that the mapping procedure > is called in _some_ order (i.e. not in parallel) but not necessarily > in the order of the list. Ok, I accept your argument. What should we do about: serial-array-copy! serial-array-map! then? Can we rename them to: array-copy-in-order! array-map-in-order! ? /mdj