Here is another suggestion for the argspec:
Instead of naming a command \<name>:<argspec>, for every command \<name>
that needs an argspec one defines another command named \<name>: which
expands to the <argspec> (or argspecs, if the same command name is allowed
to have several argspecs). This would be efficient in TeX as the command
\<name>: is only used when really needed. The process can also be automated
by having a special definitions command, say
which defines both \<name> and \<name>: at once.
The argspec is then more easily available for manipulation.
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