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eval2 was useful in previous Guile releases because the
eval in those releases was a single argument
eval that did
not conform to R5RS. Guile's standard
eval now requires a second
environment-specifier argument (which Guile interprets as the module in
which to evaluate the specified code expression). Hence
now R5RS-compliant, and
eval2 is obsolete and therefore
In previous Guile releases, the implementation of expressions like
(eval (read port)) was deficient in that source properties
associated with the expression returned by the
read would be lost
eval. To provide a way of performing a read and
evaluation without losing source properties,
In this Guile release, evaluation always preserves source property
read-and-eval! is now unnecessary.
end-of-fileerror is signalled.
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