I uploaded the proposal as a draft pull request. It is based on SE-0078. I'm not actually working with the authors of that proposal (for now), but my version is pretty much a copy of their work. It doesn't have a commentary link listed; I guess this thread will serve as (the first) one.
It's oriented around the implementation I mentioned in my last thread. There's no implementation branch for the Swift repository yet. I don't know if the previous guys have one; it may be better to work with theirs instead of making a new one.
The pull request is still a draft because I still have some questions.
- Does anyone know why towards-the-start is called "left" rotation and towards-the-end is "right"?
- Should I remove the
Sequence-level rotations? I'm thinking yes for now. (This would meant the "Rotated Copies" section would go too.)
- Is the API-resilience section correct?
- Should I mark the pull request title with "[WIP]" or similar?
- How do I work on the PR some more? Do I have to download it again somehow? Or do I work on the branch I already made on my computer, then upload my local commits as needed to the fork on my GitHub account?