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re: "The extent of environment objects has been discussed before.  I don't
remember whether that became a full-fledged cleanup issue, but I think
it is orthogonal to this issue.  Larry, has such an issue been
presented?  If not, David, you are welcome to present one."

Until I get my Common Lisp Mail Super-Duper Retrieval System up and running
again, I can't answer this question. I don't remember one...

I don't think that requiring interpreters to remember type declarations
will go over big. 

I actually don't think adding a lot of functions & variables will go over
big unless there's a stronger justification for them than the ones
presented here.... I know and you know why this stuff is useful, but do
*they* know?