Modules, Macros and Lisp

@inproceedings{Queinnec1990ModulesMA,
  title={Modules, Macros and Lisp},
  author={Christian Queinnec and Julian Padget},
  year={1990}
}
Many modern languages ooer a concept of modules to encapsulate a set of deenitions and make some of them visible from outside. Associated to modules are directives ruling importations and exportations as well as controlling other capabilities like renaming or qualiied notation. We propose here a language to handle sets of named locations with the aim of describing precisely which locations are to be shared between modules and under which local names they are known. The language is symmetric for… CONTINUE READING

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A Model of Modules and Macros

  • Queinnec, Padget, 1990 Christian Queinnec, Julian Padget
  • 1990

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