Robert Sanderson wrote:
>>> I'm going to flipflop and prefer '==' to 'eq' now, because I don't think
>>> that the disadvantage of == is real :)
>> How about just forget about == . Use rel modifiers when one need to
>> distinguish between different kinds of "equals".
> Because without == or eq, we don't have an equality relation at all :/
> (Given that = isn't 'equals' it's 'please do the right thing')
So scr is still here .. in the form of =. That's confusing.
= should be "same as" / "similar".. We expect it to find something that
matches.. Of course that depends on the context ..