POS, OOFS, CL v Scheme, etc.

Chris Bitmead uid(x22068) Chris.Bitmead@Alcatel.com.au
Tue, 13 May 1997 10:02:09 +1000

>I note that probably 99% of all the lists in an ACL image
>are read-only.  By allowing that to be 100%, a huge amount of data
>can be put into a read-only memory segment and shared efficiently.

You are talking about an implementation decision though, rather than a
change in the language semantics that other's are arguing about.