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Traditionally, Lisp systems provide a different object property
interface to that provided by
make-object-property, in which the
object property that is being set or retrieved is indicated by a symbol.
Guile includes this older kind of interface as well, but it may well be
removed in a future release, as it is less powerful than
make-object-property and so increases the size of the Guile
library for no benefit. (And it is trivial to write a compatibility
layer in Scheme.)
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