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Wed Dec 9 08:10:19 CET 2009

More java reflection

The missing element is a Scheme object -> java object interpreter.  Or
even simply a string -> java object interpreter.

Essentially, to quickly hack it, all primitive types really could be
represented as strings, while all object types need to be somehow
wrapped, or placed in a local store.

This should make it possible to keep the interface between java and
Scheme completely dumb.

The problem is: an explicit distinction needs to be made between local
variable references and other constructors.

Doing this properly looks like a good weekend project.




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