Examples that work as expected:
Examples that do not work as desired, but are changed by the proposed patch:
I looked through the rest of the code for similar cases, and found that there were some other differences between them in how different numbers of arguments were handled, such as:
+ conj handles an arbitrary number of arguments, but conj! does not.
+ assoc checks for a final key with no value specified (CLJ-1052), but assoc! did not.
History/discussion: A discussion came up in the Clojure Google group about conj giving an error when taking only a coll as an argument, as opposed to disj which works for this case:
Screened by: Alex Miller
Updated patch to apply cleanly to master
Is it intentional that clj-1103-9.patch leaves out the changes to assoc! that were in the earlier patches? I can create another updated one if so – just curious if there was a reason for the change.
That was not intentional at all, thanks for catching it, I'm honestly not sure what happened on my end to make that happen. I think this patch should be a correct update. Sorry about that.
No worries, and I thank you for keeping the patch current, even while keeping my name on it.