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Re: Issue: EXTENSIONS-POSITION (version 1)

The compiler issue SHARP-COMMA-CONFUSION seems to imply that
implementations "could continue to provide #, as an extension". However, is
such an extension legal? Can't legal common lisp programs redefine #, if #,
isn't in the language? If they can, wouldn't it disallow having #, be an

I'm discussing this under EXTENSIONS-POSITION since the proposal itself for
#, didn't propose making it explicit in the standard that #, "was allowed
as an extension".