[plt-dev] another scribble question

From: Chongkai Zhu (czhu at cs.utah.edu)
Date: Tue Jun 23 00:05:26 EDT 2009

Attached is the example.

Problems I see:

1. After just installing the .plt file, the document is build but not 
listed under "Interoperability" of the main-index. Install another .plt 
file (which also has a scribble doc) will list the document of the first 
.plt file, but not it's own document.
2. By installing the .plt file, the html file is correctly rendered. I 
also want to generate a local html file that links to 
http://doc.plt-scheme.org/. So I execute

C:\Program Files\PLT->scribble.exe --html --redirect-main 
http://doc.plt-scheme.org/index.html docu.scrbl

I get an docu.html file (also attached), but obviously the links are not 
correct. I also tried "scribble.exe --html docu.scrbl" and got the same 
result. What did I do wrong here?

I'm using DrScheme, version on Windows.


Matthew Flatt wrote:
> It's difficult to guess what could be wrong. Can you supply an example?
> At Fri, 19 Jun 2009 14:09:16 +0800, Chongkai Zhu wrote:
>> Another question, in the info.ss file I specified a category for the 
>> `scribblings' field. The document is build, and can be searched. The 
>> index pape says "This is an installation- and user-specific listing, 
>> including documentation for installed PLaneT packages.", but still 
>> doesn't list my document under the category I specify. Seems to be a bug 
>> for me.
>> Chongkai
>> Chongkai Zhu wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I am writing a scribble document ...
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