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Wed Aug 19 12:24:51 CEST 2009

LIN vs. BOX

It's probably simpler to place ALL linear data that is supposed to go
into the nonlinear tree in a BOX.  LIN is only useful for quotations,
which can be nonlinear values.

This does break LIN->GRAPH->LIN equivalence, since all data will be
wrapped.

Something is not well specified in the data conversion: how to handle
lists at compilation time?  The interpreter should be dumb: it unwraps
LIN, but will simpy copy anything else.

Let's default QUOTE such that it will place a LIN-wrapped copy of the
quoted datum.



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