No, they're actually being added in a form inspired by Ruby's block mechanism (but with a wonky (IMHO) syntax, go figure). And I can't find an actual quote, but I'm in good company recalling that's how he felt (see this interview with MJD where he recounts something similar; last paragraph of his first response). My point was that I'm not hopeful for whatever implementation gets shoehorned on given the past view he's expressed towards the concept.
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