[plt-scheme] Getting to core MzScheme

From: Ryan Culpepper (ryan_sml at yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Feb 8 16:33:58 EST 2007

--- Jay McCarthy <jay.mccarthy at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am trying to go from the input to MzScheme to the input to the
> internal compiler.
> I have found `expand-syntax-top-level-with-compile-time-evals',
> which
> seems to expand some syntax to the kernel syntax.
> But, when I try to render said syntax to an s-expr, I have the
> problem
> that the binding information has been lost and macros become
> unhygenic. Is there something like `syntax-object->datum' that will
> produce the appropriate gensyms?
> Is see `syntax-object->datum' is implemented in C, so presumably
> it is not trivial to do this, but I feel like Ryan has probably
> done it before.

Indeed! Try this:

(require (lib "syntax-browser.ss" "macro-debugger"))
(browse-syntax <<your-syntax-object>>)


> Thought I'd ask before implementing.
> Jay
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