Kent M Pitman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
| At minimum I wanted to say that #+NIL is not the lispy form of
| #ifdef 0
| since that NIL is more certainly not the NIL boolean, but rather is a
| feature name. That was my point about #+(OR), which really is reliable
| because it's primitively defined and cannot be overridden...
And I just want to repeat that I still prefer the equally-safe
#-(AND) & #+(AND) rather than #+(OR) & #-(OR), respectively,
since the cognitive dissonance of the former pair is less.
With AND, minus is "off" and plus is "on". Easy to remember.
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